Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Offers Student Internship, Future Employment Opportunities

By  //  May 22, 2018

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ABOVE VIDEO: The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is now offering student internship opportunities to students of Criminal Justice, Public Administration and related fields of study.

BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA– The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is now offering student internship opportunities to students of Criminal Justice, Public Administration and related fields of study.

We are very proud of the relationships we share with Schools and Universities throughout the state who are educating Florida’s future criminal justice professionals.

With a reputation for excellence, BCSO welcomes future criminal justice professionals who are interested in gaining a working knowledge and valuable practical experience in their chosen field of study. The Sheriff’s Office will accommodate work and school schedules so that students can rotate through each facet of our organization.

Most educational institutions offer course credits for successfully completing an internship program, so please contact your academic advisor and our agency for more information.

Our internship program gives us an opportunity to introduce future Criminal Justice Professionals to our agency that has almost 1,500 employees who serve in a variety of functions.

Those functions range from certified Law Enforcement Deputies who patrol our communities and Corrections Deputies who maintain security and professional standards at our County Jail, to a multitude of other positions such as Court Security, Analytical Support, Animal Enforcement, Crime Scene Investigations, Emergency Dispatch, technical and various administrative support positions.

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Brevard County Sheriff’s Office employees also have the opportunity to serve in many specialized units, such as Fugitive Apprehension, K-9, S.W.A.T., Bomb Unit, Training Agricultural/Marine, Aviation, and Dive Unit.

Our agency currently has openings at locations throughout the County and offers a very competitive benefit package that includes medical and life insurance, paid vacation, sick leave, holiday leave, tuition reimbursement, and participation in the Florida Retirement System.

Opportunities include:

• Deputy Sheriff
• Corrections Deputy
• Jail Operations
• Communications Dispatcher
• Animal Enforcement Officer
• Animal Care Technician
• Security Officer
• Various Technical, Analytical and Clerical Positions

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The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office has almost 1,500 employees that serve in a variety of functions. (BCSO image)

Certified employment positions (Law Enforcement Deputy or Correctional Deputy) require the following qualifications:

• 21 years of age
• U.S. Citizen
• High school diploma or state
equivalent
• No felony convictions
• Meet physical fitness and medical standards, including hearing and visual
• Background investigation
• Other additional agency hiring standards

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We also have employment opportunities for candidates who are currently attending Law Enforcement or Corrections Academies.

Click here for more information on employment opportunities at the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office or please contact our Human Resources Office at 321-264-5212 or our Recruiting Unit at 321-264-5281. Come join our BCSO Family and be a part of something great.

– Sheriff Wayne Ivey

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