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|- Deputy Sheriff / $30,160.00
- Corrections Officer / $22,776.00 ($10.95 hr)
- Records Clerk / $19,656.00 ($9.45 hr)
- Overtime Compensation
- Medical / Dental / Vision Benefits
- County Employee Retirement Fund
- Paid Vacation Leave
- Paid Sick / Personal Leave
- Paid Holidays
| - Scheduling Flexibility
- Ongoing Continuing Education Training
- Uniforms Provided
- Equipment Provided
- Assigned Take Home Patrol Car
- When Eligible
- Advancement Opportunities
Warren County is a semi-rural community spanning
429 square miles, located approximately 50 miles west of St. Louis
along Interstate 70. Warren County is currently one of the fastest
growing counties in Missouri with a population estimate of 30,467
in 2007. The Sheriff's Department employs 62 people, and is housed
in a new state of the art Courthouse and 100 bed correctional
facility. Career advancement is possible within department divisions
such as patrol, detective bureau, drug task force, public relations,
special operations, court security, bailiff, records clerk, corrections,
corrections dietary, and corrections medical.
The selection process consists of a written examination,
oral board interview, Sheriff's interview, computer voice stress
analysis, drug screen, medical examination, and a background investigation.
Applicants for position of Deputy Sheriff must
be POST certified prior to testing.
Interested applicants need to submit a resume,
a letter of interest, or a completed employment pre-application.
This information can be faxed, mailed, or dropped off directly
at the Sheriff's Office. All persons applying will be contacted
via telephone to confirm test dates, or any other relevant information.
The completed personal history statement must be submitted at
the time of the initial interview or test date.
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