Opportunities for Civilians
There are a variety of civilian (non-law enforcement, non-corrections) employment opportunities that arise during the course of any year at the CCSO.To check on the availability of such openings, we encourage you to call the CCSO Human Resources Section directly at (904) 213-6040. Even if a current opening does not exist, arrangements can be made to receive your application now and notify you once a position becomes available.
**WE ARE NOT ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS AT THIS TIME**
Public Safety Telecommunicator
The Public Safety Telecommunicator’s career is highly rewarding and involves several responsibilities such as acting as the first emergency responders by answering 911 calls and texts, non-emergency calls for service, being the significant link between citizens and patrol deputies, relaying vital information to responding deputies to ensure officer safety, use of the Computer Aided Dispatch system (CAD) and Telecommunication Device for the Deaf (TDD), utilizing various tools in the Communications Center to conduct data research, and working twelve (12) hour rotating shifts including days, nights, weekends, and holidays. Must have high school diploma / GED. Must be able to type 25 correct wpm. Starting salary $24,769. Annual leave, paid holidays, sick leave, health and life insurance, college tuition program, state retirement. EOE / Drug-Free Workplace.
L.P.N.’s Needed – Part-Time – $21.28/ hour
Crossing Guards – $9.50 / hour
Duties include: monitoring school crossing areas, instructing children on proper crossing procedures, monitoring student behavior, reporting traffic violations, attending mandatory trainings. Must be in good physical condition including sight, sound and mobility; good communication skills; dependable; able to work a split shift; able to pass background check including fingerprint submission, physical exam and drug test. Must have high school diploma / GED. Florida state retirement. EEO / Drug-Free Workplace.
Equal Employment Opportunity
The Clay County Sheriff’s Office does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, or disability in employment or the provision of services. Preference shall be given to certain veterans and spouses of veterans as provided by Chapter 295, Florida Statutes.