| ||Position Title||Closing Date||Salary Info
This position will be primarily focusing on two 5 hour shifts on Saturdays and Sundays. This position requires pastoral counseling skills working one-on-one directly with the female inmates.
The minimum level of education is a Bachelor's degree or specialized technical training of equivalent length. The minimum total related experience is at least 3 years.
Must be qualified and ordained as a Clergy member; equivalency to CPE training; ordained and licensed Clergy; AACC, ACCA; valid Florida driver's license.
|Continuous||$19.5756 - $29.3635 per hour
Applicant must have a current Florida law enforcement certification and provide proof of such when submitting the required supporting documentation.
Certified law enforcement experience pay
3 years $42,180
4 years $43,059
5 years $44,977
Must have three or more years of certified law enforcement experience to receive the following
*Signing Bonus $3,000
*Relocation Stipend to Pinellas County
From out of state $3,000
From Manatee, Hillsborough or Pasco Counties $500
From all other Florida locations $1,500
*one year prorated buy back
|Continuous||$41,284.32 - $69,828.75
|Info||DEPUTY - Judicial Operations Bureau|
This is a position within our Judicial Operations Bureau for Florida certified Law Enforcement individuals.
Positive work history.
Must possess excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Must possess excellent working knowledge of agency computer systems.
Must be willing and able to work overtime, weekends, and flexible hours.
Must possess the ability to successfully interact and cooperate with other agency components, outside law enforcement agencies, the State Attorney's Office, Public Defender's Office and the Judiciary.
Must be able to show a high degree of proficiency with firearms, radios, and other agency equipment.
Must be able to supervise inmates by giving clear directions and by being firm and consistent at all times.
Must be able to interact with the public in a professional manner as required and must at all times adhere to strict uniform and personal conduct requirements.
Must work well with limited supervision and be confident when making educated decisions.
Willingness to participate in training for duties unique to this bureau. Members of this bureau could be assigned to security posts at any of the courthouse or to the Court Squad, which is responsible for prisoner movement and security.
|Continuous||$41,284.25 - $69,828.75
This is a position within our Judicial Operations Bureau, Bailiff Section.
Applicants must have a current Florida law enforcement certification and provide proof of such when submitting the required supporting documentation.
|Continuous||$19.85 per hour
|Info||FISCAL CLERK II - Testing Required||Continuous||$27,246.75 - $44,957.74
|Info||LIC'D PRACT NURSE|
1 year experience required
|Continuous||$23.00 - Per Hour
|Info||MECHANIC II||Continuous||$32,339.42 - $53,360.32
|Info||PROGRAMMER ANALYST||Continuous||$54,048.17 - $78,370.24
|Info||PROPERTY CLERK I - Testing Required|
Applicants must be eligible to work any and all shifts.
|Continuous||$24,355.96 - $40,186.84
|Info||SCHOOL CROSSING GUARD||Continuous||$4,264.20 - $6,675.57
|Thank you for your interest in employment with the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office!
To Apply: Download and complete our electronic application or visit our Human Resources office at 10750 Ulmerton Road (Building 400) in Largo, Florida. All applicants should review the job description for additional information and testing requirements. Contact us by phone at (727) 582-6208 or online at www.pcsoweb.com if you have questions or to schedule testing. EOE/ADA
Current Members: All interested members must request transfer through their chain of command to the Human Resources Division. Upon submission of the memorandum, the member requesting the transfer can contact Human Resources at ext. 26208 to advise of the submission of the transfer request. Members of the Pinellas County Sheriff's Office who meet the qualifications will have their names certified to the applicable eligibility register.
The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office is an affirmative action/equal opportunity employer and offers employment opportunities to all persons without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin or marital status. We recognize veteran’s preference as provided by Florida Law and we are committed to a drug free workplace.
The Pinellas County Sheriff’s Office does not discriminate against qualified individuals with a disability in regard to the application process, hiring, advancement or other terms, conditions and privileges of employment.