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Public Service Aide

Company: Government jobs
Location: Titusville
Posted on: January 22, 2023

Job Description:

Job Class DescriptionPublic Service Aides are non-sworn, unarmed civilian employees with no arrest or enforcement powers.Under general supervision, this class is responsible for public safety work in various patrol precincts of the Sheriff's Office. An employee in this class performs a variety of duties in support of certified law enforcement personnel including preliminary non-violent investigations, minor crime scene processing and other routine, non-emergency, law enforcement activities in order to allow certified law enforcement personnel to handle higher priority incidents and to provide a more efficient and effective response to calls for service.Performs related law enforcement activities as directed, but will have no direct contact or involvement with criminal suspects. Position DutiesThe tasks listed below are those that represent the majority of the time spent working in this class. Management may assign additional tasks related to the type of work of the class as necessary.Interacts with general public while responding to non-emergency and non-in-progress calls via telephone and in person.Interviews victims and witnesses and writes case reports.Assists with front desk duties as needed.Delivers evidence and supplies to and from the Precinct.Transports vehicles to and from Fleet Maintenance and other locations.Responsible for organizing and stocking Precinct supplies.Performs routine office tasks such as typing, filing, faxing, telephoning and photocopying.Performs other duties as assigned.Regular, dependable and punctual attendance is an essential function of this job.Minimum QualificationsMust be 18 years of age.Must be a U.S. CitizenRequires High School Diploma or GED, and formal training, special courses, or self-education equivalent to satisfactory completion of one year of college education or specialized advanced training in Law Enforcement, Corrections, Criminal Justice or a closely related field.Must meet the BCSO Drug Policy standards.Must be within BCSO Body Ornamentation/Tattoo Policy (For example: no visible tattoos above the neck or between the wrist to fingertips).Must successfully pass the Physical Abilities Test Test for Law Enforcement.Compliance with requirement to adhere to uniformed dress code criteria.Possess a valid Florida Driver's License (must be maintained during employment).Must obtain Notary Public upon hire.No felony convictions. Criminal activity in which applicant has been convicted of, pled guilty to, or entered a plea of nolo contender to any felony charge, or been involved in any prosecution diversion program as adjudicated for a felony crime committed will be permanently disqualified. Felony arrests will be evaluated on a case by case basis.No misdemeanor convictions within the last 3 years from the date of initial application or any misdemeanors involving perjury or false reports ever. Additional InformationThe Selection Process Includes:Online applicationPhysical Abilities Test (PAT)Oral Review Board & Conditional OfferBackground Investigation & Polygraph ExaminationPsychological assessmentFDLE Medical exam & drug screen (to be completed after conditional offer)This is a work training program for those who are preparing for a career in law enforcement. Incumbents are required to gain admittance to the police academy within twelve (12) to twenty-four (24) months of hire.FDLE requires U.S Citizenship for sworn law enforcement.Work is performed both in an office environment and outdoors; meeting with complainants in their homes or businesses. Physical office locations vary depending on assignment.Work is performed in eight (8) hour shifts primarily during normal business hours however work hours are subject to change to meet departmental and operational needs.This position requires a physician's clearance to participate in the Brevard County Sheriff's Office Physical Abilities Test.Successful completion of a criminal background investigation including a psychological, and polygraph examination, and reference/employment/neighborhood checks. Submit to screening for illegal drug use prior to assuming position and will be subject to return to duty, post-accident and/or random and reasonable suspicion drug tests while employed with BCSO.During an emergency, the Sheriff will determine who is considered an emergency responder and whose work is necessary to maintain the operation of law enforcement and correctional facilities. This determination is subject to change based on staffing and the operational needs of the agency.Position open until filled.The Brevard County Sheriff's Office is an Equal Opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy), gender identity, and sexual orientation, national origin, age (over 40), disability or genetic information in employment practices. We encourage veterans, service members and their spouses and family members to apply for employment with this agency, qualified applicants will receive preference and priority in hiring decisions.ADA requires the Sheriff's Office to provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities. Prospective and current employees are invited to discuss accommodations.12 annual days accrual per year* Increases based on years of service.12 sick days accrual per year* unlimited carryover.11 paid holidays per year*3 personal days accrued per year20 hours hazard leave accrued per yearTuition reimbursementWorkout facilitiesMedical/Prescription insuranceBasic Life and AD&D insuranceMental Health - Employee Assistance planDental/Vision/Dependent Health Insurance available at Group RatesParticipation in the Florida Retirement SystemOptional Deferred Compensation Program (employee contribution)Uniforms (dependent on position)*Part-Time Permanent Employees receive leave accrual and holidays on a pro rata basis.01As required, did you list ALL places of employment you have worked in your lifetime, to include accounting for any gaps of time you were not actively employed?YesNo02Are you a current or former certified law enforcement officer?If so please submit your online application under the Deputy Sheriff 2021 (Certified) posting.YesNo03Have you completed and passed the required Criminal Justice Basic Ability Test (CJBAT) for law enforcement? If not, are you scheduled to take it?04Are you attending or registered to attend a law enforcement academy within the state of Florida?If so, when is your projected start date?05You MUST be 18 years of age in order to apply for this position. Do you meet this requirement?YesNo06Please list your full legal name, last, first, middle, and date of birth.07Please list all other names you have used including circumstances and time periods (dates) you used then. For example; former name(s), maiden name(s), alias(es) and nickname(s): List N/A if no other names have been used.08Are you a U.S. citizen?YesNo09List place of birth (City, State) or Country.10Veterans' Preference for eligibility in employment will be extended to those who qualify according to Florida State Statue 295.07, what is your character of discharge?Please attach DD214 to receive preference.Honorable DischargeUncharacterizedUnder GeneralGeneralOther than HonorableDishonorableN/A11Have you ever attempted to join the military and if yes, explain.12While in military service were you ever the subject to any military investigations, court martial, or received any disciplinary actions against you (this includes a letter of reprimand, confinement, forfeiture of pay, demotion in rank, or an article 15)? If yes, explain.13Have you ever applied (appealed) to have an unfavorable upgraded to an honorable discharge?14List names, ages, and occupation of any and all individuals currently residing at your home or residence. To include visitors staying for an extended period of time.15Have you ever served as a sworn, certified law enforcement or correction officer in any other state, either full, part time, or reserve?Please provide what state and certification(s) you hold.16During any employment, have you ever been involved in an internal investigation or informal discipline, to include any form of corrective action?17Please provide the employer's name where you were involved in an internal investigation, informal discipline or corrective action, to include each incident, date(s) and outcome.18Have you ever been the subject of any disciplinary complaint made against you by any Police Standards and Training Commission in this or any other state? If yes, provide details.19Have you ever been the subject of a Civil Rights or use of force complaint made against you by anyone in this or any other state? If yes, provide details.20Have you ever applied for employment or been employed with the Brevard County Sheriff's Office.If yes, please supply dates and position.21Have you ever used illegal drugs while working in the capacity of a law enforcement or corrections officer?22Have you ever engaged in any inappropriate conduct with a victim, witness, complainant, suspect, inmate, or an arrestee?23Have you ever been terminated from employment for any reason or asked to resign in lieu of being terminated? If yes, please provide a date and an explanation for each incident in full detail.24Have you ever received any disciplinary actions (verbal/written/suspensions/reprimands) from any employer? If yes,If yes, please provide a date and an explanation for each incident.25Have you ever taken anything from an employer without authorization or permission? This includes, but not limited to theft of time, money, office supplies, etc. If yes,If yes, please provide a date and an explanation for each incident.26Have you ever applied for a job with any other law enforcement agency in or out of state? If yes, please provide the agency name and date you submitted your application and explain the outcome.27Have you ever consumed alcoholic beverages or used illegal drugs at a place of employment?28Have you ever taken a polygraph/CVSA for employment or any other reason? If so, please provide the date and agency and the final disposition.29List three (3) references (not including relatives or those who reside with you). Provide names, their complete home address, phone number, occupation, and email address.30List chronologically all addresses that you have resided in your lifetime, including residence while at school and/or military (from-to, apt # , street addresses, city, county & state).31Provide driver's license number, state of issue and date of expiration.32Has your driver's license ever been denied, restricted, revoked, or suspended? If yes, please provide a date and explanation.33Have you ever received a traffic citation, for any violation(s)? If yes, list date, violation, location and disposition.34Do you owe money to any court for settlements, judgements, fines, unpaid traffic citations, or child support payments? If yes, explain.35Do you have any type of civil process or litigation pending at this time? If yes, explain.36Have you ever had a lien or judgement filed against you or your business or any bankruptcies? If yes, explain.37Have you ever been a gang member or known anyone who has been associated with any gangs, organization, past or present that would place the integrity of the sheriff's office in question? (e.g. kkk, racism, organized crime, outlaw motorcycle gangs)38Do you have any body ornamentations?This includes tattoos, brands, intentional body/tongue piercings, ear and nose gauges and mutilations. (not including the normal piercing of earlobes for earrings)? If yes, explain in full detail.Please note that agency policy indicates employees shall have no tattoo's from the neck up or below the wrist.39In your lifetime, have you ever been around or in the presence of another person who was either selling, using or experimenting with any illegal drugs to include un-prescribed prescription medication?If so, please provide full details of each incident and the circumstances.40Have you ever been associated with or currently residing with someone who was charged with a crime, whether they were convicted or not?(If so, please explain in full detail)41Carefully review the BCSO Drug Use Policy.Are you in compliance with this policy?YesNo42Please select which precinct you are interest in.NorthPrecinctSouth PrecinctEast PrecinctWest PrecinctCanaveralAll of the Above43How were you referred to this position? If referred by a BCSO employee please state their full name.* Required Question

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