Department Job Openings 

Department of Juvenile Justice

 

POSITION TITLE: Public Safety Officer I

STATE CLASSIFICATION: Law Enforcement Officer I (JC10/0001)

LOCATION: Richland County, South Carolina                                        

AGENCY HIRING RANGE: $26,988 - $49,932            

CLOSING DATE: 02/16/18

 

 Apply online at: http://bit.ly/2BQpXgH

 


Columbia Police Department

The Columbia Police Department offers an extraordinary range of career options, from street patrol and investigations to advanced tactical units, crime analysis, community relations and more.  The Columbia Police Department has it all for anyone who is seeking the full spectrum of being a law enforcement officer in the State Capital of South Carolina.

 

Start your Law Enforcement Career with the Columbia Police Department.

                                                                                                  

You can view all job openings online at columbiapd.net

 

Need more information; contact us at (803) 545-3500 or hrford@columbiasc.net


City of Beaufort Police Department

Date Posted: January 17, 2018
Compensation: $39,130 - $46,956
Deadline: Open until filled

 

The City of Beaufort Police Department is seeking to fill an open police officer position at the department.  Experienced certified police officers, civilian military police officers, or former military police officers are preferred, but not required. These positions perform patrol duties in assigned areas of the City, respond to calls for service; generate calls for service, enforce all federal and state laws and City ordinances, perform traffic enforcement, conduct property checks, and participate in related community oriented police activities. 

Minimum Experience and Training: At a minimum, a candidate must:

  • Must be 21 years of age at start of application process.
  • Must have High School Diploma or GED.
  • Must have a valid S.C. Driver’s License within one week of the date of hire.
  • Must have a clean criminal record (no felonies, serious misdemeanors, Criminal Domestic Violence, or crimes of moral turpitude).
  • Must have a favorable driving record with no DUI or DUS conviction in last ten years, or any conviction of leaving the scene of an accident.
  • Must have an Honorable Discharge if served in the military.
    • If currently employed as a certified officer, candidate must have a favorable work history with their department. 
    • Candidate must have no prior history of drug use in the past 3 years in accordance with South Carolina or Federal Laws.
    • Candidate must be able to pass all phases of the hiring process.

 

Hiring Process

The hiring process is a step process.  Candidates must pass each step before moving on to the next step.  The process consists of:

  • Police application submitted and postmarked by closing date – all pages thoroughly complete as required, incomplete application will not be processed.
  • Background (criminal history, credit history, driving history, work history)
  • Pass the hiring board
  • Pass the physical agility course, a polygraph exam, a psychological exam, and a physical examination / alcohol & drug screening
  • Job Offer

 

Interested persons should log into the City of Beaufort web page http://www.cityofbeaufort.org and print/fill out a Police Department application. Applications may be mailed to the City of Beaufort, Attn:  Human Resources, 1911 Boundary St., Beaufort, SC 29902, faxed to 843-470-3501, emailed to iburgess@cityofbeaufort.org or may be dropped off in person by the posted deadline.

 


 

Columbia College Police Department

The Columbia College Police Department has an immediate opening for a uniform patrol officer.

The Columbia College Police Department serves and protects the students, faculty and staff of Columbia College. We are located in the historic Eau Claire neighborhood, north of Columbia, South Carolina.

Required Qualifications: Must be 21 years of age; possess a high school diploma, no criminal convictions, no DUI convictions within past 10 years, and a clear credit history; no tattoos, piercings, or body art that shows below the shirt sleeves of the summer uniform, or below shorts of the bike patrol uniform; must be able to complete the departmental physical fitness standards test and qualify with all issued equipment.

 All non-certified candidates must successfully complete the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy’s Basic Law Enforcement Certification Course within the first year of employment. All candidates (certified and non-certified) must also complete the Columbia College Police Department’s Field Training Officer Program.

 

Preferred Qualifications: Two years law enforcement experience with a South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy’s Law Enforcement Certification in good standing; an Associate’s degree, or higher, in criminal justice or a related field.

 

Additional Information: The Columbia College Police Department pays for all state mandated, and all required continuing educational training. CCPD also provides all required uniforms and equipment. After successful training, the officer will be placed on a 12 hour day, evening or night shift, based on seniority, and, dependent on the patrol division staffing levels, and, the department’s needs.

 

Salary and benefits: The starting salary ranges from $28,500-$37,500 annually, dependent upon qualifications. Columbia College offers competitive health benefits for officers (and additional family), paid vacation leave, paid sick leave, holiday leave, and, free tuition towards a first bachelor’s degree for officers, their spouses and their children.

 

Application Process: Interested applicants should submit a cover letter of interest and a current resume to the following address:

 Attn: Wayne Jamison

1301 Columbia College Drive

Columbia, SC 29203 


Summerville Police Department

Code Enforcement Officer

Date Posted: Friday, January 19, 2018

Compensation: $36,139/annually

Hours: 8:30 AM UNTIL 5:00 PM

Deadline: Open until filled

Minimum Requirements: Requires an Associate’s degree preferred, supplemented by one to two years of experience in code or law enforcement, planning, or a closely related field; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities.  Must possess a valid South Carolina driver’s license.  Must obtain certification as an International Property Maintenance Code Inspector (IPMC) within initial 12 months of employment. 

 


  Lexington County Sheriff's Department

PATROL DEPUTY- $39,474 - $45,395

JOB REQUIREMENTS

All applicants must meet the following minimum requirements to be considered for employment. Additional requirements for the positions of Deputy and Correctional Officer are outlined separately below:

Minimum Requirements for all Positions

  • Must have a High School diploma or GED.
  • Must have a clear criminal history.
  • Must be a United States citizen.
  • Driving record must not show a disregard for the law.
  • Credit history must show sound financial management with the ability to keep accounts paid up-to-date.
  • Results of all pre-employment tests and interviews must meet standards.
  • Past employment record must be satisfactory.
  • Must pass a drug test.
  • Medical examination results must show that you are capable of performing all of the essential functions of the job for which you are applying, with reasonable accommodation.

Additional Requirements for Deputy

  • Must be at least 21 years-of-age, and, MEET AT LEAST ONE OF THE FOLLOWING CRITERIA:
    • Must already be certified by the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy (LE Class 1),
    • Must possess college degree (Bachelors or higher),
    • Must be a certified law enforcement officer from another state,
    • Must have prior Military Police experience.

 

PRE-EMPLOYMENT SELECTION PROCESS
The Sheriff’s Department’s pre-employment selection process consists of the following elements:

Driving record review
Criminal record review
Credit history review
Psychological screening
Initial interview
Polygraph examination
Background investigation
Pre-employment physical examination and completion of a health history questionnaire
Pre-employment drug test
Any other requirement determined necessary by the Sheriff’s Department

This process generally takes eight to ten weeks or longer to complete.

Qualified applicants and employees are treated without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, or disability.

For more information about employment opportunities with the Lexington County Sheriff's Department, contact our recruiter Sergeant Dan Rusinyak at 803-785-JOIN(5646) or Drusinyak@lcsd.sc.gov

Job Purpose

Performs assigned duties of the position for the County and responds to calls for service; enforces all local, federal and state laws relating to public safety and welfare. Works under stressful, high-risk conditions.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

♦ Enforces all local, federal and state laws relating to public safety and welfare; performs all duties in compliance
with applicable policies, procedures, laws, regulations and standards of safety.

♦ Performs routine patrol duties, including but not limited to patrolling assigned areas of the County, responding to emergency calls and/or public calls for assistance, maintaining order and public safety, apprehending and arresting law violators and criminal suspects, issuing traffic citations/summonses, transporting prisoners and mental patients.

♦ Assists with criminal investigations. Interviews witnesses, complainants and victims; gathers physical evidence and preserves it for court; provides case follow-up as needed.

♦ Prepares cases for prosecution; provides court testimony as necessary.

♦ Participates in special operations as assigned.

♦ Provides courtroom security as assigned.

♦ Maintains assigned equipment and vehicles.

♦ Participates in public relations efforts as necessary to maintain a cooperative and positive relationship between the Sheriff’s Office and the community.

♦ Attends periodic training sessions; maintains required level of proficiency in the use of firearms.

♦ Prepares various documents including incident reports, accident reports, investigative reports, pursuit reports, warrants, subpoenas, and case documentation.

♦ Refers to policy and procedure manuals, codes, regulations, laws, maps, statutes, and training manuals.

♦ Operates/uses a variety of police equipment, which may include a police vehicle, firearms, Datamaster, radar; operates various types of office equipment, machinery and tools in the performance of duties such as a computer, printer, adding machine, radio equipment, telephones, tape recorder, fax machine, copier.

Supplemental Functions

♦ Performs other similar duties as required.

Job Specifications and Qualifications

Knowledge:
♦ Policies, procedures and methods of the Sheriff’s Department;
♦ Structure, functions and inter-relationships of state and local law enforcement agencies;
♦ Up-to-date law enforcement procedures;
♦ Firearms, automotive, radio and other law enforcement equipment;
♦ Legal rights of accused persons and law enforcement;
♦ Criminal behavior and methods of operation;
♦ Civil process;
♦ Other County departments to communicate with their representatives as necessary in carrying out duties and responsibilities;
♦ Layout of local roads and of the locations and characteristics of the various neighborhoods;  ♦ Standard tools, materials and practices of the trade;
♦ Occupational hazards and safety precautions of the trade.

Skills:
♦ Operation and care of firearms;
♦ Comprehension, interpretation and application of regulations, procedures and related information;
♦ Basic mathematics;
♦ Reacting quickly to emergency situations;
♦ Written and verbal communication via in-person, phone and email contact.

Education/Experience:
♦ High School diploma or equivalent, with no experience required.

Licensing and Certifications:
♦ Valid South Carolina Driver’s License;
♦ Class I Law Enforcement Certification from the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy

Working Conditions / Physical Requirements:

♦ Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly having to move objects.

♦ Positions in this class typically require talking, hearing, seeing, fingering, grasping, standing, walking, repetitive motions, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, climbing, balancing, pushing, pulling, and lifting. Positions in this class may be exposed to moving mechanical parts, odors, dusts, poor ventilation, chemicals, oils, extreme temperatures, inadequate lighting, intense noises, gases, workspace restrictions, and vibrations.

Application Process:

All applicants must complete a Lexington County Sheriff's Department application. Applications can be obtained at the front lobby of the Sheriff's Department located at 521 Gibson Road, Lexington, South Carolina; at the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce (SC Works) office located at 671 Main Street, West Columbia, SC 29170; or visiting our website at www.lexingtonsheriff.com

Please complete the application accurately and completely, especially concerning past employers and reference information (giving FULL addresses, telephone numbers, etc.). Questionnaires may be mailed to any references, current and past employers you indicate in your application, therefore, correct mailing addresses are critical. The Department accepts applications on a continual basis. Completed applications can be turned in at the front desk of the Sheriff's Department, which is open 24 hours a day, or to the above listed SC Works location, from 8:30 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Completed applications may also be mailed to the Department at the following address:

Lexington County Sheriff's Department
Attn: Human Resources Division
PO Box 639
Lexington, SC 29072

The following documents are required in order for your application to be processed:

  • Copy of Birth Certificate
  • Copy of Social Security Card
  • Copy of High School Diploma or GED
  • Copy of a valid S.C. Driver’s License
  • Certified ten-year driving record (You must provide a copy of your driving record from every state you have been licensed to drive within the past ten years.)
  • Credit report (This can be obtained from companies such as Equifax, Experian, etc. These are listed in the yellow pages of the phone directory under “Credit Reporting Agencies” and also at the bottom of this page.)
  • Copy of form DD-214 (if a Veteran)
  • Copies of other documents which may be applicable to employment (i.e. Certifications, training documents, diplomas, etc.)

You will be contacted within several weeks of the submission of your application. If your application is satisfactory, you will be given a date and time to attend applicant testing. Following testing, applicants are placed in an applicant pool along with others who have successfully completed the applicant process to that point. The most qualified applicants are then chosen to continue in the process. If rejected, an applicant may reapply one year after being turned down for employment.
Major Credit Reporting Agencies
Equifax (www.equifax.com or 1-800-685-1111)
Experian (www.experian.com or 1-888-397-3742)
TransUnion (www.transunion.com or 1-800-888-4213)


Lexington County Sheriff's Department

CORRECTIONS OFFICER- $36,891-$42,425

JOB REQUIREMENTS

All applicants must meet the following minimum requirements to be considered for employment. Additional requirements for the positions of Deputy and Correctional Officer are outlined separately below:

Minimum Requirements for all Positions

  • Must have a High School diploma or GED.
  • Must have a clear criminal history.
  • Must be a United States citizen.
  • Driving record must not show a disregard for the law.
  • Credit history must show sound financial management with the ability to keep accounts paid up-to-date.
  • Results of all pre-employment tests and interviews must meet standards.
  • Past employment record must be satisfactory.
  • Must pass a drug test.
  • Medical examination results must show that you are capable of performing all of the essential functions of the job for which you are applying, with reasonable accommodation.

 

PRE-EMPLOYMENT SELECTION PROCESS
The Sheriff’s Department’s pre-employment selection process consists of the following elements:

Driving record review
Criminal record review
Credit history review
Psychological screening
Initial interview
Polygraph examination
Background investigation
Pre-employment physical examination and completion of a health history questionnaire
Pre-employment drug test
Any other requirement determined necessary by the Sheriff’s Department

This process generally takes eight to ten weeks or longer to complete.

Qualified applicants and employees are treated without regard to race, religion, sex, national origin, age, marital status, or disability.

For more information about employment opportunities with the Lexington County Sheriff's Department, contact our recruiter Sergeant Dan Rusinyak at 803-785-JOIN(5646) or Drusinyak@lcsd.sc.gov

Job Purpose

Provides for the safety of staff and inmates and the security of the detention facility; supervises inmate activities, and performs related corrections work as assigned. 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

♦ Maintains the security and safety of the County’s detention facility, inmates and staff through implementation of established policies and procedures.
♦ Monitors jail access and egress.
♦ Monitors security cameras, alarm systems, automated locking systems and other specialized security equipment.
♦ Patrols facility to ensure security; inspects locking and security devices and doors for proper working condition.
♦ Processes and books inmates; searches, photographs and fingerprints inmates; secures inmates’ property and issues clothing and supplies; establishes inmate records and accounts; completes medical screenings; receives and processes inmates for weekend sentences; escorts inmates to proper housing locations.
♦ Performs initial classification of all new arrivals; conducts NCIC background checks on new inmates.
♦ Supervises meals, visitation, recreation and exercise, telephone privileges, counseling, court visits, movement within the facility, and medical attention; conducts head counts regularly.
♦ Maintains key and tool control.
♦ Supervises inmate workers.
♦ Ensures that inmates are provided with appropriate sanitary conditions, clothing and supplies; administers First Aid and/or CPR as required.
♦ Routinely searches inmates, cells, kitchen and other inmate-accessible areas for contraband and other safety and security hazards.
♦ Observes and maintains orderly conduct among inmate population; subdues unruly or violent individuals; responds to emergency situations on jail property; investigates incidents, crimes, disputes, abuse of drugs, etc., among inmates.

 

Job Specifications and Qualifications 

Knowledge:
♦ Methods, organization, and operation of a County detention facility;
♦ Structure, functions, and inter-relationships of state and local law enforcement agencies and detention facilities;
♦ Enforcement procedures;
♦ Methods of detention and incarceration;
♦ Firearms, restraining devices, automotive, radio, and other law enforcement and security equipment;
♦ State and federal law, departmental and county policies, and state and federal standards pertaining to corrections.

Skills:
♦ Comprehending, interpreting, and applying regulations, laws, and detention methods and techniques;
♦ Written and verbal communication via in-person, phone, and email contact;
♦ Utilizing taser equipment and restraining devices;
♦ Reacting calmly in emergency and stressful situations.

Education/Experience:
♦ High School diploma or equivalent, with no experience required.

Licensing and Certifications:
♦ Class II Basic Jail Certification from the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy;
♦ Valid South Carolina Driver's License;
♦ CPR and First Aid certifications.

Working Conditions / Physical Requirements: 

♦ Exerting up to 100 pounds of force occasionally, up to 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or up to 20 pounds of force constantly having to move objects.
♦ Positions in this class typically require fingering, talking, hearing, seeing, grasping, standing, walking, repetitive motions, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, climbing, balancing, pushing, pulling, and lifting.
♦ Positions in this class may be exposed to moving mechanical parts, odors, dusts, poor ventilation, chemicals, oils, extreme temperatures, inadequate lighting, intense noises, gases, workspace restrictions, and vibrations.  

Application Process:

All applicants must complete a Lexington County Sheriff's Department application. Applications can be obtained at the front lobby of the Sheriff's Department located at 521 Gibson Road, Lexington, South Carolina; at the South Carolina Department of Employment and Workforce (SC Works) office located at 671 Main Street, West Columbia, SC 29170; or visiting our website at www.lexingtonsheriff.com

Please complete the application accurately and completely, especially concerning past employers and reference information (giving FULL addresses, telephone numbers, etc.). Questionnaires may be mailed to any references, current and past employers you indicate in your application, therefore, correct mailing addresses are critical. The Department accepts applications on a continual basis. Completed applications can be turned in at the front desk of the Sheriff's Department, which is open 24 hours a day, or to the above listed SC Works location, from 8:30 a.m. through 5:00 p.m. Monday through Friday. Completed applications may also be mailed to the Department at the following address:

Lexington County Sheriff's Department
Attn: Human Resources Division
PO Box 639
Lexington, SC 29072

The following documents are required in order for your application to be processed:

  • Copy of Birth Certificate
  • Copy of Social Security Card
  • Copy of High School Diploma or GED
  • Copy of a valid S.C. Driver’s License
  • Certified ten-year driving record (You must provide a copy of your driving record from every state you have been licensed to drive within the past ten years.)
  • Credit report (This can be obtained from companies such as Equifax, Experian, etc. These are listed in the yellow pages of the phone directory under “Credit Reporting Agencies” and also at the bottom of this page.)
  • Copy of form DD-214 (if a Veteran)
  • Copies of other documents which may be applicable to employment (i.e. Certifications, training documents, diplomas, etc.)

You will be contacted within several weeks of the submission of your application. If your application is satisfactory, you will be given a date and time to attend applicant testing. Following testing, applicants are placed in an applicant pool along with others who have successfully completed the applicant process to that point. The most qualified applicants are then chosen to continue in the process. If rejected, an applicant may reapply one year after being turned down for employment.
Major Credit Reporting Agencies
Equifax (www.equifax.com or 1-800-685-1111)
Experian (www.experian.com or 1-888-397-3742)
TransUnion (www.transunion.com or 1-800-888-4213)

 


University of South Carolina - Division of Law Enforcement and Safety

 Law Enforcement Officer (Class 3)

 

The University of South Carolina - Division of Law Enforcement and Safety is currently seeking qualified applicants for the position of Law Enforcement Officer (Class 3).  These officers provide security and protection for the National Advocacy Center (NAC), located on the USC-Columbia campus. They are Class 3 certified police officers in accordance with SC Code of Laws, and are empowered with special duties. They will work in conjunction with Class 1 certified police officers in providing a safe and peaceful environment for all while ensuring safe and reliable access to the University. They enforce state laws and National Advocacy Center rules/regulations.

 

Minimum Qualifications: High school diploma. Must be 21 years of age, be physically qualified and have no criminal record. Must pass a background investigation and complete the SC Criminal Justice Academy with certification as Class 3-SLE. Licensed to operate an automobile required.

 

Starting Salary: $30,000.  A 10% base salary increase will be processed upon successful completion of probationary year.

 

Benefits: Benefits include enrollment in SC Police Officer’s Retirement System (PORS); State of SC health, dental and vision insurance; paid holidays and ample overtime opportunities; all uniforms and equipment provided by employer; tuition assistance available after six months of employment.  For more information on USC employee benefits, please access the About Benefits section on the Applicant Portal at uscjobs.sc.edu.

 

TO APPLY: Applications are being accepted online at http://uscjobs.sc.edu/postings/20102.  Questions regarding the posting may be directed to Cpl. Matt Griffin (803-777-3042) or Ms. Meagan English (803-777-2739).

 


 

 Francis Marion University

Police Officer

Under general supervision, performs routine police officer duties enforcing state laws, and university rules and regulations for the protection and safety of people and property. Carries firearms, communicates effectively, operates a law enforcement vehicle, effects arrests, performs rescue functions and engages in law enforcement patrol functions.

State Requirements: A high school diploma and certification by the Law Enforcement Training Council in accordance with § 23-23-40 of the Code of Laws of South Carolina 1976.

FMU Preferences: High school graduate, with experience in first aid, law enforcement and firearms marksmanship. Required to participate and successfully complete SCCJA (SC Police Academy) training if not currently Class 1 police officer certified. One year’s experience in law enforcement or military would be helpful. Must be 21 years of age or older, have a satisfactory credit report, a valid SC driver’s license, and pass an extensive background investigation which includes a social media review.

State Classification: Law Enforcement Officer I

Band/Level: 4/1

Salary: $26,989

Normal Working Hours: Rotating Shifts

Materials Needed:

1) Letter of Interest (Referencing Position Number 17-87);

2) FMU Staff Application;

3) Resume;

4) Copies of all transcripts (official transcripts will be required of the successful candidate);

5) Valid SC driver’s license (copy);

6) 10-Year Motor Vehicle Record from SC Highway Department (original);

7) Social Security Card (copy);

8) DD214 (Member – 4 copy) for Military Services – if applicable (copy);

9) Police Officer Certification, if applicable (copy); and

10) Satisfactory Credit Report (for interviewees only).

To obtain the FMU Staff Application, please click here.

 

Send Application Packet to: Dr. Charlene Wages, Vice President for Administration, PO Box 100547, Florence, SC 29502-0547 or FAX to (843) 661-1202.

Review of applications will begin immediately and will continue until the position is filled.

Minorities and Women are strongly encouraged to apply.

An Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Institution

 


 Spartanburg Community College Campus Police

Law Enforcement Officer I

VACANCY (POSITION) NUMBER:         141984

POSITION TITLE:                                  SCC Campus Police

STATE CLASSIFICATION:                   Law Enforcement Officer I (JC10/0001)

RESPONSIBLE TO:                               Director, Safety and Security

LOCATION:                                          Central Campus

STATE SALARY RANGE:                     $26,988 - $38,460

BAND:                                                  04

JOB DATE:                                           Immediate                                                       

OPENING DATE:                                 July 10, 2017               

CLOSING DATE:                                  Open Until Filled 

GENERAL RESPONSIBILITIES:          

Provide for public safety, security, traffic control and fire prevention on the Spartanburg Community College campuses during assigned shifts.  Minimize the loss of State and personal property due to fire, vandalism, or theft. 

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Applicants must be 21 years of age and have a High School Diploma with two years’ work experience in law enforcement.  

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:

Prefer certification as a police officer by the South Carolina Criminal Justice Academy in accordance with 23-6-430 of the Code of Laws of S.C. 1976, a college degree, and law enforcement experience in a college setting. 

HOURS:

6:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m., Monday - Thursday

(1 hour lunch)

6:00 a.m. – 11:30 a.m., Friday 

Interested applicants must apply online at www.jobs.sc.gov 

If assistance is needed, call (864)592-4706.

Spartanburg Community College, a comprehensive community college, is a vital part of the growth of Upstate South Carolina, and offers programs designed to meet the needs of an expanding economic base and a changing community.  The College is located close to the Blue Ridge Mountains and the beaches of South Carolina and North Carolina. 

Spartanburg Community College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, national or ethnic origin, disability, or sex in its admissions policies, programs, activities or employment practices. For inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies, or if an accommodation is needed to participate in the application process, please contact Rick Teal, Director of Human Resources at (864) 592-4617 or visit him in the Ledbetter, room 210.

PURSUANT TO SECTION 41-1-110 OF THE CODE OF LAWS OF SOUTH CAROLINA, AS AMENDED, THE LANGUAGE USED IN THIS DOCUMENT DOES NOT CREATE AN EMPLOYMENT CONTRACT BETWEEN THE EMPLOYEE AND THE COLLEGE.

 

 


Department of Juvenile Justice

 

Job Title: Corporal

Closing Date/Time:  Thu. 10/19/17 5:00 PM Eastern Time

State Salary Range:  $26,988.00 - $49,932.00 annually

Agency Hiring Range: Min: $32,595.00  Max:

Job Type:  FTE – Full-Time

Location:  Richland County, South Carolina

Normal Work Schedule:  8 Hour shift varies

 

Juvenile Correctional Officer II - Juvenile Detention Center

 

Job Title: Correctional Officer II

Closing Date/Time:  Thu. 10/19/17 5:00 PM Eastern Time

State Salary Range:  $26,988.00 - $49,932.00 annually

Agency Hiring Range: Min: $32,595.00  Max:

Job Type:  FTE – Full-Time

Location:  Richland County, South Carolina

Normal Work Schedule:  8 Hour shift varies


 

 

 

 
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