Compensation plans are based on a multi-step progression system. The pay range reflects the entry level and maximum salary potential in the assigned pay grade.
**A starting salary may be negotiated and will be commensurate with education, training and experience in alignment with pay administration policies and MCCP Board Rules & Regulations**
Nature of Work
This is part time work as a Deputy Sheriff. The fundamental reason that the Deputy Sheriff classification exists is to perform general duty police work in the protection of life and property through crime prevention and the enforcement of laws and ordinances. A Deputy Sheriff's duties range from periods of physical inactivity to situations requiring extreme physical exertion and may involve an element of danger. Employees must be able to act without immediate supervision and exercise independent judgment in meeting emergencies. Specific work assignments are made by a Deputy Sheriff Sergeant or other supervisor and performance is checked through personal inspections, and review of oral and written reports. Major job responsibilities for Deputy Sheriffs are based upon assignment which may include all or some of the following: interviewing witnesses; serving warrants and/or arresting and taking individuals into custody; completing forms, reports and other paperwork; maintaining equipment; preparing for and testifying in court; performing outreach and public relations activities; engaging in self-development and training; patrolling County roads and neighborhoods; responding to vehicle code violations; responding to traffic accidents; responding to reports of criminal activity; responding to incidents involving juveniles or minors; responding to life-threatening or disaster-level emergencies; investigating traffic accidents; securing crime scenes; collecting, maintaining and evaluating evidence; investigating crimes; conducting covert investigations; maintaining the security of the courthouse and/or probate court; training probationary deputies; serving civil papers; transporting mental patients, juveniles and prisoners; and performing station desk duties.
A high school diploma or G. E. D. certificate and completion of Alabama Peace Officers Standards and Training Commission's minimum standards training with a current CEU standard.
NOTE: Qualifying education, training and experience that provide the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the job will be considered.
Applicants must be available to work multiple shifts, weekends, and holidays. Employees must have and maintain a valid Alabama driver's license.
Kind of Examination
Applications are being accepted to fill existing and future vacancies. The current vacancies are with the Montgomery County Sheriff's Office. Applicants will be screened and qualified based upon education and experience as shown on the application and supplemental questionnaire. For this reason, applicants are urged to fill in the application form and supplemental questionnaire completely providing detailed information concerning the kinds of jobs they have held, the dates they held them, where and exactly what their duties were.
Complete an online application by visiting Montgomery City-County Personnel's Online Employment Center. Paper applications are no longer accepted. Completed applications will be accepted online until 11:59 p.m. on the closing date. If there is no closing date, the announcement may be closed at any time without prior notice.