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Emmet County Sheriff's Office: Road Patrol Deputy Closing Date: 06/09/2023
December 09, 2022
TITLE: Road Patrol Deputy
REPORTS TO: Lieutenant Road Patrol
POSTED INTERNALLY UNTIL: 12/10/2022
CLASSIFICATION: Non-Exempt FOPLC
GRADE & STEP: Step 1
Rate of Pay: $27.06 - 2023 Road Patrol Wage Grid
At Emmet County, we are a diverse group of team members who possess a friendly disposition, attention to detail and an unwavering dedication to providing outstanding services to our constituents. Understanding that our team members are our most valuable asset, Emmet County is committed to providing the best experience and working environment any team member can imagine.
Perform duties pertaining to the protection of lives and property, enforcement of criminal and traffic laws, prevention of crime, preservation of public peace, and the apprehension of criminals.
Investigate 911 complaints along with follow-up investigation, enforcement of State and Local law, traffic enforcement, investigate traffic crashes and perform traffic safety, security and property checks, general patrol vehicle maintenance, prison transports, general citizen assistance, referrals to and from Social Services, court appearances/testifying, court security/bailiff duties, civil and criminal process, liquor control compliance checks, mental health orders, petitions, and transports, medical first responder, field training officer and any other tasks assigned by the Sheriff.
DESIRED BEHAVIORAL TRAITS
Possess good moral character.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, & ABILITIES
Demonstrate positive interpersonal skills while having the ability to communicate effectively and project a positive image. Good physical condition, use of communication equipment, computers, vehicles, and various firearms. Willing and able to work various shifts. Work as a team with staff members as needed.
Must possess a minimum of an Associate Degree or be able to obtain an Associate Degree within a prescribed time frame, pass an extensive background investigation, and successfully complete written and oral examinations. Must be 18 years of age or older.
Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) licensed or eligible for licensing.
If interested in this position, please go to the County website and submit an application online.
Closing Date: 06/09/2023
Website Link: www.emmetcounty.org