Company: Oakland County
Posted on: January 18, 2023
$43,790.24 - $71,872.32 Annually
$3,225 incentive bonus offered to those that are hired.
*conditions do apply
Under general supervision as a Deputy Sheriff assigned by the
Oakland County Sheriff, performs duties within the Corrections and
Satellite areas. As a Corrections Deputy I, performs routine
security and custody activities. Assists in maintaining and
enforcing procedures and regulations to ensure security is
maintained at the jail and satellite facilities. Screens visitors,
issues passes and ensures visitation regulations are maintained.
Transports inmates to authorized facilities, i.e. Police
Departments, Sheriff's Offices, Courts, Prison and others ensuring
that security procedures are followed. Monitors inmates during
courtroom appearances or in hospitals or medical institutions to
ensure security is maintained. Physically restrains individuals as
necessary. May, at times, perform certain Corrections Deputy II
functions in limited instances. Shift assignments include weekend
work. Work shifts generally run from 7 a.m. to 3 p.m., 3 p.m. to 11
p.m., and 11 p.m. to 7 a.m., although other shifts may be assigned
to ensure efficient department operations. Utilizes current
county-wide and/or department specific software to complete
Applications will be rejected if the following information is not
provided at the time of application:
- Thoroughly documented work history
- Valid Driver's License number
- The application is incomplete in ANY capacityAt the time of
application, applicants must:
1. Must be at least 18 years old and be a United States
2. Be a high school graduate or have a certificate of successful
completion of the General
Education Development (G.E.D.) Test.
3. Have successfully completed the minimum standards outlined in
the Michigan Sheriffs'
Coordinating and Training Council (LCOPAT and EMPCO Written
Corrections Exams); OR
NOTE: Applicants who do not possess proof of completion of the
standards above at the time of application must provide proof of
completion to the Sheriff's Office by the date of interview.
4. Have retired, resigned, or been laid off within the past
twenty-four (24) months from a
County Sheriff's Office within this state under circumstances that
would qualify the person
for employment in Michigan as a Local Corrections Officer.
a. Provide verification of completion of the annual 20-hour
requirement during the time the applicant was employed, or 20 hours
training during the time following retirement or resignation.
b. If hired as a Corrections Officer in a Michigan County Sheriff's
Office prior to January 1,
2005, provide verification of being included on a "grandfather"
list submitted to the
Council by a County Sheriff's Office (Public Act 125 of 2003, as
required by Section 12).
c. If hired as a Corrections Office after January 1, 2005, provide
verification of completion
of the Michigan Local Corrections Officers Academy (Public Act 125
of 2003, as required
by Section 13 and established by the Council).
d. Submit a Recognition of Prior Training and Experience Form to
the Council for review;
5. If a Michigan certified Local Corrections Officer transfers from
one Michigan County
Sheriff's Office to another Michigan County Sheriff's Office, they
are not subject to the
provisions listed above, as long as the following requirements are
The applicant has maintained and can verify their certification
requirements, and can verify
meeting the minimum hiring standards that were in effect at the
time of their original hire
6. Have no prior felony convictions. Misdemeanor convictions will
be reviewed on a case-by case basis to determine qualifying status.
Domestic violence convictions are basis for
7. Possess a valid United States motor vehicle operator's or
chauffeur's license. Out of
Country driver's license holders will be required to obtain the
appropriate valid State of
Michigan driver' license within 60 days of hire.
8. Have at least corrected 20/20 vision in each eye, normal color
vision and depth perception in both eyes; AND
9. Have normal corrected hearing in each ear per MCOLES standards;
10. Pass the complete examination, including the employment
physical required for this classification; AND
11. Successfully complete the one-year probationary period.
1. A background investigation will be conducted covering an
evaluation of employment, school, home, criminal, military, or
other personal records.This information will be reviewed by the
Sheriff's Office before an applicant can be appointed.
Fingerprinting and drug testing are part of the evaluation process.
Information obtained during the background investigation and drug
testing will be considered in the hiring decision. Convictions of
the Domestic Violence Statute will be a disqualifying factor.
2. A psychological exam will be conducted. This information will be
reviewed by the Human Resources department before an applicant can
be appointed. Information obtained during the psychological
examination will be considered in the hiring decision.
3. Must maintain a valid United States motor vehicle operator's or
chauffeur's license and firearms qualification.
4. Must attend and pass the earliest available corrections academy
training session scheduled by the Sheriff's Office.
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