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Job Locations US-FL-Gainesville
Posted Date 1 week ago(8/5/2022 4:27 PM)
DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:   Highly responsible administrative work of an advanced level directing and coordinating the progression and operations of the Records Bureau. Responsible for the overall management of the records maintained by the Records Bureau, including agency records housed in offsite storage. Requires the frequent, immediate exercise of independent judgment and initiative along with experience and specialized knowledge regarding records management best practices, public record law, Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR), Florida records retention guidelines, Florida Crime Information Center/National Crime Information Center (FCIC/NCIC) rules and regulations, and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI) Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) Security Policy compliance requirements.   An employee assigned to this classification reports to the Chief of Staff. Performance is evaluated through observation, results obtained, appropriate employee performance appraisals, and oral/written reports.
Starting Pay
USD $64,869.00/Yr.
Job Locations US-FL-Gainesville
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(8/1/2022 12:29 PM)
Accountable for receiving and processing both emergency and non-emergency calls by; providing appropriate pre-arrival instructions; entering data into a computer-aided dispatch (CAD) system; evaluating situations and making decisions as to the assistance and needs of callers based on training, standard operating procedures, and agency guidelines; performing queries through the local public safety systems; operating assigned Communications Operations Bureau (COB) radio positions: the FCIC/NCIC computer and teletype radio, the law enforcement dispatch radio, and/or the fire-rescue dispatch radio; and perform their duties in accordance with ACSO operational policies.   Personnel assigned to this classification report to the Combined Communications Center (CCC) Shift Supervisor. Performance is evaluated through observation, quality assurance reports, and appropriate employee performance appraisals.
Starting Pay
USD $16.64/Hr.
Job Locations US-FL-Gainesville
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(7/29/2022 11:10 AM)
DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:   Responsible work of a general law enforcement nature with primary emphasis on the protection of life and property and the routine enforcement of federal, state, and local laws.  Work involves an element of personal danger.  Employees must be able to act effectively without direct supervision and to exercise discretion, caution, common sense, reasonable calmness, and self-control under adverse conditions while maintaining control of a particular situation or emergency.   Duties may involve other special assignments of similar complexity including providing assistance to those who are unable to care for themselves, the intoxicated, addicted, mentally ill, physically disabled, and persons of all ages.  Work may be performed either in uniform or plain clothes, on foot or in an automobile, and on any assigned shift.  
Starting Pay
USD $20.29/Hr.
Job Locations US-FL-Gainesville
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(7/29/2022 11:03 AM)
Highly responsible security work maintaining physical custody and control of inmates within the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office Department of the Jail. Responsible for receiving and processing inmates, enforcing disciplinary procedures for the control of inmate behavior, including the application of restraint and use of force techniques, and the preparation of reports and documents necessary for operational procedures.   Work is performed under the direction of the Detention Sergeant or a higher level supervisor. Performance is evaluated through conferences, observation, results and appropriate employee performance appraisals.
Starting Pay
USD $18.76/Hr.
Job Locations US-FL-Gainesville
Posted Date 1 month ago(7/12/2022 9:51 AM)
  Advanced clerical and record processing work involving varied and complex clerical and/or record processing tasks associated with inmate records and related administrative processes at the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) Department of the Jail (DOJ).   Work is performed under the direction of the Booking Support Bureau (BSB) Shift Supervisor. Performance is evaluated through conferences, reports, observation, results obtained, and appropriate employee performance appraisals
Starting Pay
USD $15.00/Hr.
Job Locations US-FL-Gainesville
Posted Date 2 weeks ago(8/1/2022 8:25 AM)
DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:   Specialized work involving the safety of school children in their endeavor to cross busy roadways during school hours at peak traffic times.   School Crossing Guards (SCG) are part-time employees that only report to work on days in accordance with the School Board of Alachua County School Year Calendar. During the summer the SCG might be asked to work summer school if their assigned school participates in a summer school program.   Employees assigned to this classification report to the SCG & FST Supervisor. Performance is evaluated through conferences, observation, and appropriate employee performance appraisals.   EXAMPLES OF SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES*:   Cross children only when the traffic is clear by taking advantage of gaps in the flow of traffic or creating gaps in traffic in order to safely cross children when conditions are extremely congested. Monitor the flow of traffic and report all unsafe conditions to their supervisors.   *This section of the job description is not intended to be a comprehensive list of duties and responsibilities of the position. The omission of specific job functions or tasks does not absolve the employee from being required to perform additional tasks incidental to of inherent in the position.
Starting Pay
USD $26.06/Hr.
Post End Date
1/1/2023
Job Locations US-FL-Gainesville
Posted Date 2 months ago(6/7/2022 4:13 PM)
DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:   Skilled work in the installation, maintenance, and repair of law enforcement vehicle equipment including camera systems, light bars, sirens, mobile radios, computer docking stations, printers, and all other types of emergency equipment, as well as perform vehicle maintenance and minor vehicle repairs.   Work is performed under the supervision of the Fleet Manager. Performance is evaluated through observation, results obtained, oral/written reports, and employee performance appraisals.
Starting Pay
USD $17.43/Hr.
Job Locations US-FL-Gainesville
Posted Date 2 months ago(6/9/2022 4:18 PM)
A responsible position which involves performing all ACSO payroll functions while ensuring compliance with state and federal reporting requirements. Also responsible for preparing various general ledger accounting transactions for payroll. Work is performed under the direct supervision of the Assistant Financial Officer. Performance is evaluated through observation, results obtained, oral/written reports, and appropriate employee performance appraisals.
Starting Pay
USD $20.25/Hr.
Post End Date
12/31/2022
Job Locations US-FL-Gainesville
Posted Date 2 months ago(6/29/2022 9:08 AM)
Skilled technical and clerical work involved with ordering, receiving, recording, controlling, dispersing, and disposing of a wide variety of property items. Work is performed under the general direction of the Property Supervisor.  Performance is evaluated through observation, results obtained, and appropriate employee performance appraisals.  
Starting Pay
USD $15.77/Hr.
Job Locations US-FL-Gainesville
Posted Date 4 months ago(4/12/2022 2:20 PM)
DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:   Skilled work in the installation, maintenance, and repair of radio transmitters, receivers, and other related electronic and communications equipment, both fixed and mobile   Work is performed under the supervision of the Technical Support Supervisor. Performance is evaluated through user/customer input, observation, results obtained, oral/written reports, and appropriate employee performance appraisals.   EXAMPLES OF SPECIFIC DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES*: - Maintain console radio equipment including Compact Electronic Bay (CEB) racks, tone remotes, control stations, and network backhaul equipment - Diagnose, identify, and repair malfunctions in console radio equipment including CEB racks, tone remotes, control stations, network backhaul equipment, repeaters, circuits, and Radio Frequency (RF) components - Diagnose, identify, and repair malfunctions in the portable and mobile radio equipment operated by the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO), Alachua County Fire-Rescue (ACFR), contracted Fire-Rescue Departments, the general government components of the Board of County Commissioners (BoCC), and other entities as assigned via Interlocal agreements - Diagnose, identify, and repair malfunctions in communications and electronic equipment, including, but not limited to, the main transmitting station, monitor receivers, control heads, relay panels, amplifiers, speakers, microphones, recording devices, electronic testing equipment, and all other types of emergency equipment - Install new equipment for initial use and transfer equipment to another mobile or fixed location as assigned - Make routine frequency modulation calibrations, measurements, and adjustments on all radio equipment as required by law to ensure equipment is operating within the appropriate parameters, Federal Communications Commission (FCC) specifications, etc. - Install, configure, and repair PC, network switch, servers, and similar equipment related to RF and Internet Protocol (IP) functionality such as backhaul and audio recording - Program radios using appropriate programming appliances including encryption appliance - Update and program radios within desired specifications - Coordinate and communicate professionally with trunked radio system personnel regarding system and service related issues - Coordinate and communicate professionally with other counties and jurisdictions regarding radio and interoperability projects and needs - Maintain awareness of R-56 grounding standards for RF equipment including tower sites - Implement R-56 standards as needed - Maintain proficiency in encryption standards including DES-OFB, AES-256, and future standards that may be developed - Modify, update, test, maintain records, clean, and conduct operational readiness inspections for spare/unassigned communications equipment, specialty vehicles, and other communications equipment for routine/emergency use in accordance with agency policy - Maintain, operate, repair, and install equipment in specialty vehicles such as the Mobile Communications Vehicle (MCV) and other agency maintained vehicles/assets - Participate in exercises and live incidents related to communications interoperability (requires field deployment) including the ability to operate and stand up interoperability hardware such as a portable radio tower or mast - Occasionally drive vehicles which require a Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) / Class B driver’s license or greater - Integrate and operate communication systems through mediums such as satellite, landline/cellular telephone, microwave, and mesh in relation to interoperability and emergency communications - Clean own work area and assist in total shop cleanliness - Be alert for conditions or situations which inhibit efficient operation of the agency or its communication functions, and recommend solutions - Maintain accountability of all sets, kits, outfits, tools, and any other issued or accessed equipment or supplies - Utilize the established record keeping system to track inventory, document all repair activities, and record the issue or return of all equipment and related accessories - Perform preventive maintenance activities for fixed, mobile, and portable communications equipment in accordance with agency policy and as assigned - Work closely with the Fleet Unit on various activities where the responsibilities of the two functions are connected - Assist the Fleet Unit members with radio-related requests - Coordinate schedule with supervisor to ensure availability during projects and peak periods throughout the year - May act as a “lead” in the absence of a supervisor or as assigned - Assist in the development of skills for other radio shop personnel - Maintain comparable skill level and act as back-up and/or assist other agency radio repair technician(s) *This section of the job description is not intended to be a comprehensive list of duties and/or responsibilities of the position. The omission of specific job functions or tasks does not absolve an employee from being required to perform additional tasks incidental to or inherent to the position.
Starting Pay
USD $20.25/Hr.
Job Locations US-FL-Gainesville
Posted Date 5 months ago(3/29/2022 9:32 AM)
  DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:   Clerical and technical work involving varied and complex processing of criminal records within multiple criminal justice applications. Requires some independent judgment and initiative in the utilization of specialized work methods and procedures and their application in the Records Bureau of the Alachua County Sheriff's Office (ACSO). It is essential that personnel become proficient and remain able to perform all aspects of the Records Bureau services.   An employee assigned to this classification reports to the Records Shift Supervisor, with detailed instructions given in cases involving new or unusually difficult problems. Assignments may be made through the operation of established unit procedures. Performance is evaluated through observation, results obtained, appropriate employee performance appraisals, and oral/written reports.
Starting Pay
USD $15.00/Hr.
Job Locations US-FL-Gainesville
Posted Date 4 months ago(4/27/2022 4:04 PM)
Highly responsible position involving specialized, detailed, and confidential work in all areas of the Human Resources Bureau including pre-screening, selection, and hiring, as well as all other pertinent personnel-related functions involving ACSO employees. Requires the exercise of considerable independent judgment, discretion, self-direction and self-motivation.   Work is performed under the direction of the Human Resources On-Boarding Manager. Performance is evaluated through observation, results obtained, and appropriate employee performance appraisals.  
Starting Pay
USD $16.42/Hr.
Job Locations US-FL-Gainesville
Posted Date 5 months ago(3/2/2022 2:52 PM)
DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:   Specialized work involving various non-emergency calls for service in response to incidents and activities including, but not limited to, non-violent non-confrontational calls for service as well as conducting non-emergency/non-priority investigation calls.   Employees assigned to this classification must be able to act effectively without direct supervision and are expected to exercise discretion, caution, common sense, reasonable calmness, and self-control under adverse conditions while maintaining control of a particular situation or non-emergency call for service. Duties may involve other special assignments of similar complexity, including providing assistance to those who are unable to care for themselves. Work will be performed in uniform, on foot or in an automobile, and on any assigned shift.   Employees assigned to this classification report to the SCG & FST Supervisor and are responsible to the Patrol Operations Division Executive Lieutenant, Patrol Operations Division Commander, Major of Operations, the Chief Deputy, and the Sheriff. Work in this classification is distinguished from higher classifications by the degree of independence involved. Routine assignments and special orders are received from supervisors who observe and review work methods and results through reports, personal contact, inspection, examination, and discussions.  
Starting Pay
USD $15.77/Hr.
Job Locations US-FL-Gainesville
Posted Date 1 month ago(7/6/2022 2:47 PM)
DESCRIPTION OF POSITION: Consideration for above base pay for each full year of comparable experience up to 10%. A 20 year step plan with a 2.5% annual increase each year after two (2) full years of service. Employees assigned to this position act as a liaison between the Alachua County Sheriff’s Office (ACSO) and County Facilities Management/Public Works Critical Facilities on building maintenance issues. They are responsible for creating and maintaining ACSO building keys except those issued and controlled by the Department of the Jail (DOJ).   Must be familiar with proper cleaning procedures and for ensuring that an adequate amount of cleaning products and restroom supplies are on hand. They also provide back-up to Property Custodians by ordering, receiving, recording, controlling, dispersing, and disposing of a wide variety of property items.   Work is performed under the general direction of the Property Supervisor. Performance is evaluated through observation, results obtained, and appropriate employee performance appraisals.    
Starting Pay
USD $15.77/Hr.
Job Locations US-FL-Gainesville
Posted Date 2 years ago(2/11/2021 10:34 AM)
DESCRIPTION OF POSITION:   Unpaid, sworn position.  A Reserve Deputy is an individual who aids or assists full-time or part-time Deputies while under their direct supervision. Responsible work of a general law enforcement nature with primary emphasis on the protection of life and property, the enforcement of local ordinances, and state and federal laws. Duties may include work in various divisions depending on experience, training, and/or specialized prior expertise.   Duties may involve other special assignments of similar complexity, including providing assistance to those who are unable to care for themselves, the intoxicated, addicted, mentally ill, physically disabled, and persons of all ages. Work may be performed either in uniform or plain clothes, on foot or in an automobile, and on any assigned shift.   Employees report to a designated Sergeant and are responsible to their Lieutenant, Division Commander, Major of Operations, the Undersheriff, and the Sheriff. Performance is evaluated through reports, personal contact, inspection, examination, discussions, and appropriate employee performance appraisals.