Deputy Sheriff (POST/Academy Required)
Do you desire an exciting career in a profession
Become A Sacramento County Deputy Sheriff
As a Deputy Sheriff with the Sacramento County Sheriff's Department, you have the ability to engage in the following law enforcement duties; basic patrol functions, correctional assignments, criminal investigation, community oriented policing, court security, crime scene investigation, Marine Enforcement Detail, Special Enforcement (SWAT, Narcotics/Gangs, etc), Regional Transit Detail, Rangemaster/staff, Canine Detail, Recruitment, Academy Instructors/staff, Pre-Employment Investigations and more!
The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department is actively seeking dynamic and innovative individuals to continue our proud tradition of service to the community. Become a part of our Law Enforcement team. You'll like it!
ALL DEPUTY SHERIFF CANDIDATES
In addition, a candidate will be required to:
Complete a Personal History Statement
Must possess one of the following:
Peace Officer's Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Basic, Intermediate
or Advanced Certificate
SALARY, BENEFITS AND RETIREMENT
$5005.98 - $6086.52 - Monthly salary excluding incentive pay
$56,668.00 is the annual base salary for the position of Deputy Sheriff. Deputies receive a five percent base salary increase each year for five years until they acquire top step salary of $68,883.00 annually.
Deputies also earn the following pay incentives:
The Sacramento County Sheriff's Department issues the following equipment:
Employees accrue leave based on their employment status, representation unit, and length of service. All permanent employees accrue sick leave at 4.6 hours per bi-weekly period. Vacation accrual is earned on a gradual scale based on years of service.
Retirement - Sacramento County Employee's Retirement System (SCERS)
Sworn employees appointed to permanent positions will be classified under the Safety Category, First or Second Tier Retirement program. An employee date of hire into membership employment as well as the bargaining unit to which the employee belongs, are the determining factors for Safety First and Second Tier Membership.
Under SCERS, contributions are required from both the employee and the employer. Retirement benefits are based upon a formula which takes into consideration an employees' final compensation, age and years of credited service.
Enhanced Retirement Benefits (3% @ age 55) have been approved by the Board of Supervisors to take effect July 2004.
Reciprocity is recognized by SCERS.
Uniformed personnel receive an annual uniform allowance of $800 (dispersed bi-weekly for approximately $35 a check).
Medical, Dental and Vision Benefits
Sacramento County offers full-time employees and their dependents comprehensive medical and dental plan benefits. The County recognizes a variety of health care providers from which an employee may choose.
If you have any questions, contact the Sheriff's recruiter at email@example.com.
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