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Chief Deputy

Cuyahoga County Cleveland ,OH
  • Posted: over a month ago
  • Full-Time
  • Benefits: medical, vision, dental, life_insurance
Job Description

Department: CUYAHOGA COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPARTMENT

Salary: COMMENSURATE WITH EXPERIENCE

Anticipated Work Schedule: Monday - Friday, 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM

Reports To: Sheriff

Full Time or Part Time: Full Time

Regular or Temporary: Regular

Bargaining Unit: Non-bargaining

Classified or Unclassified: Unclassified

FLSA: Exempt

Summary 

The purpose of this Chief Deputy is to plan, direct, organize, and coordinate the divisions of the Sheriff’s department and act as the department director in the absence of the Sheriff. This is a senior management position responsible for developing, implementing, and evaluating department strategy and objectives in collaboration with the Sheriff.

Essential Job Functions

Manages the operations of the Sheriff’s Department through subordinate managers. Directs jail administration, the civil division, law enforcement, security, communications, and command division.  Participates in the development of department strategy, objectives, and priorities. Develops and ensures compliance with departmental policy and procedures. In collaboration with the Sheriff, develops and manages budgets for the Sheriff’s department and various divisions. Projects future budgetary needs and identifies ways to reduce costs. Develops new programs, policies, or organizational changes for the purpose of improving department efficiency, reducing costs, and better serving County needs. Collaborates with Human Resources regarding human resource planning initiatives. Implements development processes for succession planning. Evaluates training and personnel needs throughout the department. Builds employee morale. Assesses staffing requirements and makes personnel-related decisions. Evaluates department programs and project initiatives in collaboration with the Sheriff. Presents and prepares reports to County Council and other stakeholders regarding department performance. Identifies and removes barriers to effective program performance. Serves as departmental liaison, representing the department at various meetings, civil, administrative, & criminal hearings, proceedings & trials, and with various stakeholders including municipal and city law enforcement organizations.

Minimum Requirements

High school diploma/GED required. Bachelor’s degree in law enforcement, criminal justice, or business administration preferred. Ten (10) years of law enforcement experience, preferably working with correctional or civilian setting. Three (3) years of experience in a managerial position leading a program. Ohio Peace Officer Certificate. Light physical effort in sedentary to light work. May involve some manipulation of lightweight items (5-10 pounds) and extended periods of time at a keyboard or workstation. Work may involve responding to emergency situations.

Application Process

This is an unclassified position. Human Resources will check your application to make sure you meet the minimum qualifications. HR helps the hiring department decide who to follow up with for interviews and then a job offer. Most of our communication with candidates is through email. Regularly check the email address you gave us in your job profile. Watch your Spam folder, just in case. If we offer you a job, you must pass a drug screen and background check before the offer becomes final. Prior criminal convictions do not automatically disqualify you from employment; the County looks at criminal convictions on a case-by-case basis using the guidelines in Chapter 306 of the County Code.

 

Company Description
Founded in 1808, Cuyahoga County is a political subdivision of the State of Ohio. Covering 458.3 miles along Lake Erie, the County contains two townships and 57 cities and villages. As of the 2010 census, the County had 1,280,212 residents, making it one of Ohio’s most populous counties. In 2010 the County adopted a charter form of government with an elected County Executive, an elected 11-member County Council, and an elected Prosecutor.

With over 4,500 employees, the County promotes regional growth, economic opportunity, individual well-being, regional collaboration, and superior service. We want a vibrant and prosperous region where everyone thrives, and all things are possible. Our workforce includes commissioned law enforcement officers; corrections officers and medical staff who work with jail inmates; social service workers supporting some of the County’s most vulnerable residents; job and family service specialists who keep families together and help job seekers find meaningful work; engineers and tradesmen who design, build, and maintain the County’s infrastructure; loan officers who help businesses finance growth and job creation; a consumer affairs team who make sure residents are treated fairly by businesses; sustainability experts building a local clean energy economy, and a host of professionals who support the work of government. If you want a challenging career where you can make a difference in our community, then come work at Cuyahoga County.

Cuyahoga County welcomes candidates of all backgrounds, including women, minorities, veterans, and those with disabilities. We want the best and brightest employees to build the government of today and tomorrow. We offer a total compensation package that includes competitive wages; medical, dental, and vision insurance for employees, their spouses, and dependents; retirement contributions through the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS); flexible spending accounts for medical, dependent care, and transportation related expenses; term life and accidental death & dismemberment insurance; an optional deferred compensation program; 11 paid holidays; accrued paid vacation and sick leave; and paid leave for new parents, those facing the loss of a loved one, and employees serving in the military. County employees with student loan debt may also be eligible to participate in the federal government’s Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.

Cuyahoga County

Why Work Here?

If you want a challenging career where you can make a difference in our community, then come work at Cuyahoga County.

Founded in 1808, Cuyahoga County is a political subdivision of the State of Ohio. Covering 458.3 miles along Lake Erie, the County contains two townships and 57 cities and villages. As of the 2010 census, the County had 1,280,212 residents, making it one of Ohio’s most populous counties. In 2010 the County adopted a charter form of government with an elected County Executive, an elected 11-member County Council, and an elected Prosecutor. With over 4,500 employees, the County promotes regional growth, economic opportunity, individual well-being, regional collaboration, and superior service. We want a vibrant and prosperous region where everyone thrives, and all things are possible. Our workforce includes commissioned law enforcement officers; corrections officers and medical staff who work with jail inmates; social service workers supporting some of the County’s most vulnerable residents; job and family service specialists who keep families together and help job seekers find meaningful work; engineers and tradesmen who design, build, and maintain the County’s infrastructure; loan officers who help businesses finance growth and job creation; a consumer affairs team who make sure residents are treated fairly by businesses; sustainability experts building a local clean energy economy, and a host of professionals who support the work of government. If you want a challenging career where you can make a difference in our community, then come work at Cuyahoga County. Cuyahoga County welcomes candidates of all backgrounds, including women, minorities, veterans, and those with disabilities. We want the best and brightest employees to build the government of today and tomorrow. We offer a total compensation package that includes competitive wages; medical, dental, and vision insurance for employees, their spouses, and dependents; retirement contributions through the Ohio Public Employees Retirement System (OPERS); flexible spending accounts for medical, dependent care, and transportation related expenses; term life and accidental death & dismemberment insurance; an optional deferred compensation program; 11 paid holidays; accrued paid vacation and sick leave; and paid leave for new parents, those facing the loss of a loved one, and employees serving in the military. County employees with student loan debt may also be eligible to participate in the federal government’s Public Service Loan Forgiveness Program.

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