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APPLICATION FORMS

Employment Application This is an interactive PDF form. You may print the document and complete it in writing or you can complete the document on your computer and then print it out.
Department of Transportation Operators Additional Questions for Employment If applying for an operator position at the Department of Transportation, please also complete these Additional Questions for Employment.
Sheriff's Office and Detention Center Additional Questions for Employment If applying for a position at the Sheriff's Office, please also complete these Additional Questions for Employment.

POSITION VACANCY ANNOUNCEMENTS

Department:
Sheriff
Starting Salary:
23.80
Grade:
35
Date Posted:
Thursday, May 19, 2022
Application Deadline:
Thursday, June 2, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

Position shall, under the direction of the Fremont County medical providers, develop, maintain and provide behavioral health services to adults housed in the Fremont County Jail with substance use disorders or co-occurring substance use and mental health disorders.  Provides assistance in identifying member and family needs and gaps in service area as it relates to treatment options.  Assists client(s) to meet service needs by helping to identify and resolve barriers to treatment.    Develops and manages the Jail Medication Assisted Induction/Continuation Program (JMAT) to address the opioid crisis through increased access to medication-assisted treatment to reduce unmet treatment, opioid overdose related deaths through prevention and treatment or recovery activities for individuals incarcerated in the Detention Center.  Provides screening and assessment of individuals entering the Fremont County Jail for opiate/substance use history or needs, mental health and suicidality.  Coordinates with the medical contractor or staff for the continuation of treatment for individuals who are already engaged in MAT in the community, withdrawal management with opioid agonist medications, or induction onto medications for individuals at high risk of relapse upon release.  Develops, utilizes and maintains a partnership with community partners as part of a steering committee.
Coordinates through the steering committee to identify practices and programs in support of inmate health, create policies, develop community partners and develop HIPPA compliant procedures for sharing of information.  Provides budget and project oversight. Ensures grant deliverables are met.  

 

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree with a major in a human behavioral sciences field (major course work is the equivalent of 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours in either development of human behavior,  intervention techniques, diagnostic measures or therapeutic techniques; two (2) years to four (4) years of experience in related field is preferred, such as demonstrated experience working with incarcerated individuals, addiction issues or dependency issues; or equivalent combination of education and experience

Additional Requirements:

Must be able to pass a nationwide background check, including Fingerprints to CBI (criminal record) and Fingerprints to FBI (criminal record).  This position is grant funded.  

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.

MUST SUBMIT A COPY OF COLLEGE TRANSCRIPTS AT TIME OF APPLICATION.

- Submit hard copy to address or fax number above.

- Submit electronically at www.fremontco.com, follow the instructions on the Employment Opportunities link.

- Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.

- Incomplete applications will not receive consideration. 

- Applicants selected to participate in the interview process will be the only candidates contacted.

Department:
Sheriff
Starting Salary:
$17.50
Grade:
31
Date Posted:
Thursday, May 19, 2022
Application Deadline:
Thursday, June 2, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

Reviews public records requests for Body Worn Camera (BWC) footage and other audio/video digital files to assess release of material in accordance with application laws, rules and regulations. Redacts digital audio/video footage using approved redaction hardware, software and procedures. Participates in the development and update of policies and procedures related to records release and management of audio/video digital files. Ensures quality control and index verification of audio/video digital files. Ensures department compliance of electronic discovery (E-Discovery) requirements. Ensures department compliance with local, state and federal requirements for the storage, retention and release of BWC and other audio/video digital records. Maintains and creates sex offender registration records and local wanted records. Ensures all offender registrations are up to date and compliant with local, state and federal databases. Works with deputies on issuing of warrants for non-compliant offenders. Reviews requests for access to records. Determines release eligibility, appropriate response, redacts, releases or withholds records in compliance with local, state and federal laws. Analyzes and interprets responses to database queries and searches.  Enters, maintains and retrieves data, reports and information. Uses computer database systems to enter, query, validate, modify and retrieve reports and records on investigations, warrants, vehicles, articles, persons, etc. Assists department personnel and the public by performing record checks, copying reports, mailing responses. Comply with court orders to seal or expunge criminal justice records. Retains and purges records in accordance with the approved retention schedule. Assesses and collects fees for services and issues receipts. Provides notary services as necessary. Communicates with the public by phone, fax, email and in-person Performs other duties as assigned.

Qualifications:

High school diploma or GED equivalent required. Two year’s office experience in a law enforcement setting preferred, or an equivalent combination of applicable education and experience.

Additional Requirements:

Valid and current Colorado Driver’s License.  CCIC/NCIC Certification required within six (6) months of employment.  Must be a Notary of Public in the State of Colorado, or obtain certification within six (6) months of employment.  Must attend and pass the training offered by the Colorado Certified Records Network.  Must pass post offer, pre-employment drug screen for illegal and prescription drugs including cannabis; a background investigation and integrity interview.

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.

Department:
Sheriff
Starting Salary:
Unpaid/Volunteer
Grade:
Date Posted:
Wednesday, May 18, 2022
Application Deadline:
Tuesday, May 31, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

Patrols county areas, enforcing the law and protecting life and property. Performs investigations at the scene of a crime and related follow-up duties. Investigates and apprehends persons charged by warrant or subpoena. Serves civil process. Acts as first responder to emergency situations and assures proper authorities respond. urban and rural areas of the county to provide a visible deterrent, in uniform and in marked vehicles, to enforce laws and protect life and property. Identifies traffic hazards. Conducts surveillance in industrial and residential areas for signs of any criminal activity. for suspicious persons or vehicles. Prepares investigative reports, sketches and drawings, using appropriate grammar, symbols and mathematical computations. Effectively and coherently uses Interpersonal Communication skills to communicate with individuals and the public by providing information and directions, mediating disputes and advising of rights and processes. Demonstrates communications skills in court and formal settings. Endures verbal and mental abuse when confronted with hostile views and opinions of suspects and other people encountered in antagonistic environments. Prepares a variety of written reports using appropriate grammar, spelling and punctuation. Enters data into computer systems or databases, looks up information in databases, creates basic word processor documents and enters data into spreadsheets. Uses email to communicate. Provides information to citizens regarding general legal procedures as necessary. Effectuates arrests, forcibly if necessary, uses handcuffs and other restraints, and subdues resisting suspects using approved techniques of arrest control, defensive tactics and weapons. Resorts to use of hands and feet and other approved weapons in defense of self or others. Exercises independent judgment in determining where there is reasonable suspicion to detain, when probable cause exists to search and arrest and when appropriate force should be used and to what degree. Maintains knowledge of current Colorado Revised Statutes and County Ordinances. Operates a law enforcement vehicle during both the day and night, in emergency situations involving speeds in excess of posted limits, in congested traffic and in unsafe road conditions caused by factors such as fog, smoke, rain, ice and snow.

Qualifications:

High school diploma or equivalent required. One-year accredited college or related technical school preferred; or three (3) to six (6) months related experience or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Additional Requirements:

Valid and current Colorado Driver’s License. First Aid/CPR certification required and must be maintained. Firearms qualifications required with assigned weapon system in compliance with policy and procedure. Arrest control (PPCT) certification required. Must be a minimum of 21 years of age.

Other Notes:

 Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Submit a hard copy to address or fax number above, or electronically at www.fremontco.com, follow the instructions on 
the Employment Opportunities link.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration. 
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process will be the only candidates contacted.

 

Department:
Department of Transportation
Starting Salary:
$18.90 - $20.41 Hourly
Grade:
32, 33
Date Posted:
Tuesday, May 17, 2022
Application Deadline:
Tuesday, June 7, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

Operates heavy equipment utilized in digging and opening ditches, grading shoulders and slopes.  Performs other rough grading to clear County rights-of-way, trenching, filling or back filling and snow removal.  Operates asphalt equipment in road maintenance and repair work.  Requires the use of valves to regulate the temperature and flow of asphalt ensuring a constant flow into the hopper to distribute material evenly.  Operates mower to cut grass in County rights-of-way.  Loads and places earth, rock, asphalt and other road construction and maintenance material.  Fastens attachments to tractor with clevis or wedge pin hitches.  Operates heavy equipment in successive passes over terrain to raise or lower terrain to specified grade following markings on grade stakes or hand signals.  Greases, oils and performs minor repairs on heavy equipment as assigned.  Coordinates equipment actions with on the ground crew member or other equipment operators using hand or audio signals to ensure safety standards are met and adhered to.  Ensures all equipment on the job site is working in tandem to each other.  Inspects truck equipment and supplies such as tires, lights, brakes, gas, oil and water.  Services and makes minor repairs to assigned equipment.  Performs emergency roadside repairs such as changing tires, installing light bulbs, tire chains and spark plugs.  Reports any major malfunctions or needed repairs to the supervisor and or Fleet Supervisor.

Qualifications:

Associate's degree (A.A.) or equivalent from an accredited two-year college or technical school; or six (6) months to one (1) year related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

OPERATOR I can operate any four (4) of the following pieces of equipment proficiently: mower, grader, loader, large backhoe, track-hoe, low-boy trailer, large steel roller, scraper, dozer, and screen plant.

OPERATOR II can operate any eight (8) of the following pieces of equipment proficiently: mower, grader, loader, large backhoe, track-hoe, low-boy trailer, large steel roller, scraper, dozer, and screen plant.  In limited situations may serve as a trainer onequipment for an Operator I.

Additional Requirements:

Operator I:  Valid and current Colorado Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Class A or B

Operator II: Valid and current Colorado Commercial Driver’s License (CDL) Class A with Tanker endorsement required.

Must pass drug screen, physical and backscreen.

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.

Department:
Human Services
Starting Salary:
$23.80 – 27.76 DOQ
Grade:
35-37
Date Posted:
Tuesday, May 17, 2022
Application Deadline:
Wednesday, June 1, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

This position locates parents, relatives or other potential permanency resources or connections for a child who is receiving services from or who is in the custody of Department. This position is responsible for completing initial Indian Child Welfare Eligibility paperwork for the unit. In addition, this position performs child/youth abuse investigations, removing child from a home when necessary and arranging for placement during after hour and weekend coverage. This position is also responsible for implementation of father engagement through engaging, supporting, and strengthening fathers in various stages of the DHS system. This position will offer peer support, coaching around advocacy, and assistance with resources and systems navigation. Works with fathers to overcome challenges, inspire hope, empowerment, and positive action. Participates in court or family meetings as requested. Develops strong relationships with community partners to ensure the identified needs of the father or family are met and not duplicated. Provides training and support to DHS staff regarding father engagement strategies. Identifies and reports child abuse and neglect as necessary.

Qualifications:

Level II – Education and or Experience:  Bachelor’s degree with a major in a human behavioral sciences field.  Major course work is the equivalent of 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours in either development of human behavior, child development, family intervention techniques, diagnostic measures or therapeutic techniques. Examples of such major course work are social work, psychology, sociology, guidance and counseling, and child development.  Minimum of one year of full-time professional caseworker experience acquired after the degree in a public or private social services agency. Substitutions: A master’s degree in social work or human behavioral sciences field may substitute for the required work experience.  A BSW and Field Placement with any Colorado Department of Human Services will substitute for one year full time casework experience.   Level III – Two years full time, professional, paid experience obtained after the degree in a public or private social services agency. A master’s degree in social work or human behavioral sciences field may substitute for one year of work experience. Level IV - Minimum of one-year full time, paid experience obtained in a social services agency at a Case Worker III Level. 

Additional Requirements:

A valid Colorado driver’s license, vehicle in safe operating condition, liability insurance. Must be physically present within the geographical boundaries of Fremont County when performing on-call duties.  Must be able to pass a nationwide background check.

 

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.  Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.  Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.

Department:
Information Technology
Starting Salary:
$22.04
Grade:
34
Date Posted:
Tuesday, May 10, 2022
Application Deadline:
Tuesday, May 24, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

Performs maintenance, operation and planning of a multi-department agency’s technical systems including telecommunication systems, security systems and access authorizations, virtual environment software, computer technology, data storage and backup and recovery.  Provides end user assistance and troubleshooting support for all hardware and software.  Installs, maintains and monitors the telecommunication systems including telephone systems (digital, VOIP and cellular), local and wide area networks, WiFi systems, and internet.  Monitors servers, web performance, network availability and security.  Proactively assesses potential security and operational risks from design to deployment and assists with identifying and remediating vulnerabilities.  Installs, maintains and monitors security systems and access controls.  Performs equipment set up for employee use, ensures proper installation of cables, operating systems and appropriate software.  Keeps inventory records current and correct.  Provides technical support to end users.  Provides user training for new or upgrade installations.  Documents help desk procedures and problem resolutions to appropriate Information Technology Procedure Guides.  Installs and monitors servers, new software and hosted systems.  Assists with resolution of complex problems upon notification or problem recognition to avoid costly downtime and delays.

Qualifications:

High school diploma or equivalent required.  Associate’s degree in Computer Information Systems, Computer Science or related field from an accredited technical school, college or university or the equivalent in technical training, preferred.  A minimum of one year of hands‐on experience in computer help-desk operations or network administration in a business/government computer network environment including desktop computers and legacy systems or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Equivalency is based on two years of high-level experience equaling one year of college level credit. Technology certifications in areas such as systems hardware, software, internet/intranet development, network development or management and security will be taken into consideration as well. 

Additional Requirements:

Computer industry technical certifications (A+, Network +, MCSE, etc.) are very desirable.  Valid and current Colorado Driver’s License.  

 

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Submit a hard copy to address or fax number above, or electronically at www.fremontco.com, follow the instructions on the Employment Opportunities link.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration. 
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process will be the only candidates contacted.

 

Department:
Administration / Finance
Starting Salary:
$67,358 DOE
Grade:
39
Date Posted:
Tuesday, May 10, 2022
Application Deadline:
Tuesday, May 24, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

This position serves as a reviewer for various County departments, making recommendations based on knowledge of established engineering concepts and practices while ensuring compliance with Federal, State and Local regulations.  Work consists of broad functions within multiple engineering disciplines and project management roles. Assignments are characterized by breadth and intensity of effort and involve several phases being pursued concurrently or sequentially. Requires extensive probing and analysis to determine nature and scope of projects. The work requires continuing efforts to resolve unyielding problems. The work involves isolating and defining unknown conditions and resolving critical problems based on available information and resources.  Consideration is given to the well-being of large numbers of people on a long-term continuing basis when reviewing plan submittals or projects.  Assists with, provides opinions on and may oversee County infrastructure, construction and grant projects from inception to completion.  

Qualifications:

Bachelor’s degree in Civil Engineering from an accredited college or university, plus three (3) years of professional experience as a Civil Engineer or in project management; or a combination of education and experience.  Professional engineering license, 
preferred.

 

Additional Requirements:

Valid and current Colorado Driver’s License.  

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.

Department:
Human Services
Starting Salary:
$16.20-$20.41
Grade:
30-33
Date Posted:
Monday, May 9, 2022
Application Deadline:
Monday, May 23, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

This position provides life skills and Core services in support of a case plan by performing para-professional services of an ongoing nature to families and children in the areas of child protection, youth-in-conflict and permanency planning. Supervises sibling contact and phone calls between children and parents or between siblings as required in case plan or by court order.  Observes individual children and interactions with siblings.  Makes written report of these observations to the caseworker and enters documentation into Trails computer system.

Qualifications:

Level I - Graduation from High School or GED equivalency.  Level II – Six months full time, paid or unpaid, experience involving extensive public contact. Level III - Two years full time paid or unpaid experience involving extensive public contact. May substitute education beyond high school for experience on a month for month basis. Level IV - Minimum of one (1) year full time, paid experience obtained in a social services agency at a Level III.

Additional Requirements:

A valid Colorado driver’s license, vehicle in safe operating condition, liability insurance. Must be physically present within the geographical boundaries of Fremont County when performing on-call duties.  Must be able to pass a nationwide background check.

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.

Department:
Human Services
Starting Salary:
$18.90 - $22.04
Grade:
32-34
Date Posted:
Monday, May 9, 2022
Application Deadline:
Monday, May 23, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

This position determines ongoing eligibility of applicants for Old Age Pension, Aid to the Needy Disabled Programs, Medicaid Programs and Long-Term Care programs, as well as Food Assistance associated with the household.  This position performs duties that entail handling difficult cases involving income trusts cases, spousal impoverishment and community spouse allowance for nursing home residents’ cases and working with financial institutions, financial advisors and the legal profession.  Position may also determine initial eligibility for clients.

Determines eligibility for these programs by interpreting rules, regulations, and policies governing each program area.  Authorizes continuation, reduction, or termination of benefits when the recipient’s determined to be ineligible for the level of benefits received.  Assists clients in completing forms.  Secures verification of eligibility factors such as income, resources, identity, age, citizenship, residence, and social security number. Assists clients in interpretation and preparation of legal forms in order to establish an Income Trust to become eligible for Nursing Home or Long Term Care.  Provides a resource assessment and assists clients and their spouses in the transfer of assets according to the rules and regulations pertaining to spousal protection.  Calculates the minimum monthly maintenance allowance for the community spouse. Completes and prepares all attorneys referral forms for income trust cases.  Each case presents unique circumstances and must be looked at for varying eligibility criteria. 

Qualifications:

Level I:  Education and or Experience:  Graduation from high school or GED equivalency.  One year full time, paid or unpaid, experience involving extensive public contact. Substitutions:  Satisfactory completion of appropriate course work obtained beyond high school may substitute for the required experience on a month for month basis. Level II:  Education and or Experience:  Graduation from high school or GED equivalency.  Two (2) years full time responsible office clerical or extensive public contact experience, or one year at a Level I in a Social Services Agency. Substitutions: Successful completion of an associate’s degree or bachelor’s degree in business, behavioral science, or appropriately related field may substitute for the required experience on a year for year basis.  Level III:  One year at a Level II in a Social Services Agency.

Additional Requirements:

A valid Colorado driver’s license, vehicle in safe operating condition, liability insurance. Must be physically present within the geographical boundaries of Fremont County when performing on-call duties.  Must be able to pass a nationwide background check.

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.

Department:
Human Services
Starting Salary:
27.76
Grade:
37
Date Posted:
Monday, May 9, 2022
Application Deadline:
Monday, May 23, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

This position is responsible for implementation of the school-based resource liaison program in the Cañon City RE-1 school district in elementary schools.  The primary role of this position is linking child and family servicing agencies through the schools to families in support of the student’s academic, emotional, behavioral and social success.  Participates in suspension, truancy, expulsion and any other school or family meetings as requested.  Works closely with mental health and substance use providers to ensure the identified needs of the student or family are met and not duplicated.  Provides training and support to school district staff regarding services and support available in the community, referring and connecting youth and families to resources available.  Identifies and reports child abuse and neglect. 

In addition, this position will be a back-up trainer for parenting classes and will be available as a back-up in supervised parenting time when school is not in session.   Incumbent could potentially be expected to carry child welfare cases during summer sessions or in times of low-staffing needs.   

Qualifications:

Education and or Experience:  Bachelor’s degree with a major in a human behavioral sciences field.  Major course work is the equivalent of 30 semester hours or 45 quarter hours in either development of human behavior, child development, family intervention techniques, diagnostic measures or therapeutic techniques. Examples of such major course work are social work, psychology, sociology, guidance and counseling, and child development.  Three years full time, professional, paid experience obtained after the degree in a public or private social services agency. A master’s degree in social work or human behavioral sciences field may substitute for one year of work experience.

Additional Requirements:

A valid Colorado driver’s license, vehicle in safe operating condition, liability insurance. Must be physically present within the geographical boundaries of Fremont County when performing on-call duties.  Must be able to pass a nationwide background check

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.

Department:
Sheriff
Starting Salary:
$18.90
Grade:
32
Date Posted:
Tuesday, May 3, 2022
Application Deadline:
Tuesday, May 31, 2022 - 2:00pm

Summary:

Actively supports and upholds the stated mission and values of Fremont County and the Sheriff’s Office.  Protects the well-being of prisoners and ensures the protection of inmates' constitutional rights in the custody of the Sheriff at the Fremont County Detention Facility.  Performs routine work in the safekeeping of prisoners and oversees them in their quarters and during transport.  Serves as a representative of the Fremont County Sheriff’s Office, demonstrating a positive attitude and progressive actions through a display of professionalism, courtesy, and appropriate tact and discretion in all interactions with other employees, inmates, and the public.

Qualifications:

High school diploma or general education degree; or one (1) to three (3) months related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Additional Requirements:

Valid Colorado driver’s license required.  First Aid/CPR and Arrest Control certifications are taught by the FCSO and must be maintained throughout employment.  Minimum age is twenty-one (21).  Must pass post offer, pre-employment drug screen for illegal and prescription drugs including cannabis; pre-employment physical and medical clearance; a background investigation and integrity interview; and successfully complete the Pre-Service Training Program upon employment.

Applications will be processed as received until positions are filled.

Other Notes:

Complete County Application by the closing date and time.
Ensure you submit any additional information requested in this posting.
Incomplete applications will not receive consideration.
Applicants selected to participate in the interview process wil be the only candidates contacted.

Fremont County is an Equal Opportunity Employer offering an extensive benefits package of health, dental, and life insurance to all employees working 30 or more hours per week. Additional optional benefits of accident and critical illness plans, voluntary term life insurance, whole life insurance, Flexible Spending Account, short/long term disability plan, an Employee Assistance Program and Legal Shield options. Vacation, Sick Leave and paid holidays earned based on type of appointment. Mandatory participation, after 12 months of employment, into the Colorado Retirement Association of 3% with equal match. Optional 457 plan.