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February 11, 2016
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Do you have what it takes to be an employee of the

The Jackson County Sheriff's Office currently employs over 170 regular, full time police and support personnel. We are consistently recruiting and testing for our open law enforcement positions. We have been fortunate to employ high quality people.  The Jackson County Sheriff's Office also utilizes several divisions of support personnel, managing data entry into law enforcement systems, case record keeping, and civil matters.  We continually seek individuals who may be interested in a career in law enforcement, and have a desire to benefit their society.

You may be one of those people...
Are You: 21 years old and a U.S. citizen?
A high school graduate?
Did you know.....?

...that law enforcement in the State of Oregon requires the training of deputies at the Department of Public Safety, Standards and Training, after hiring?  It is not necessary to have prior experience or education in the field of law enforcement.  What you do need to be is compassionate, creative, possess teamwork skills and be mission-driven.  After completing your training, you'll be in the best shape of your life, while working alongside the finest people you will ever know.

We Offer:

  • PERS Retirement
  • Full Health Benefits (Medical Dental, Vision)
  • Life Insurance
  • Uniforms and state-of-the-art equipment
  • Opportunity for Advancement

There are also Excellent Fringe Benefits

  • 12 vacation days earned your first year, usable after the first 6 months of employment
  • 12 holidays per year
  • 12 sick days per year

Our salaries are competitive within the State of Oregon

Corrections Deputies: $23.15 - $32.49
Criminal Deputies: $23.63 - $33.18

Plus opportunities in community service and clerical positions. Please see the salary schedule/pay rates and benefits package for JCSEA employees.

The fee for testing is $25.00, which is payable in cash only, and in correct change. There will be no change given at the testing site. On day one of our deputy testing procedures, you will be asked to complete a written POST test and the Oregon Physical Abilities Test (ORPAT). Upon passing both the ORPAT and POST, you will then proceed to the oral interview process on the second day of our testing procedures.

Your test packet, which you will receive, inviting you to your testing day, will include a job description, a map to the testing site, a map of the ORPAT course, and some testing instructions.  It is suggested on that day that you dress in business-like attire, and bring along athletic wear for the ORPAT course. Please refer to your invitation letter for specific instructions as they may differ per position.

See Jackson County Job Opportunities for all open positions within the Sheriff's Office.  If you have completed an application hard-copy, it will need to be turned in to the Human Resources Office of Jackson County at 10 S Oakdale, Room 200, Medford, Oregon, 97501.  The fax number for Human Resources is 541-774-6455. Thank you for your consideration.