‘On the Go With BCSO’ Discusses Career Development and Recruiting at Brevard County Sheriff’s Office
By Wayne Ivey, Brevard County Sheriff // January 28, 2020
EMPLOYMENT: Are You Ready To Accept the Challenge and Put a Star In Your Future?
ABOVE VIDEO: In this episode of “On the Go With BCSO,” Sheriff Wayne Ivey, Sgt. Jay Martinez and Lt. Alex Herrera discuss career development, recruiting and training within their agency.
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – In this episode of “On the Go With BCSO,” Sheriff Wayne Ivey, Sgt. Jay Martinez and Lt. Alex Herrera discusses career development, recruiting and training at the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office.
The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is currently seeking certified Law Enforcement Officers to help us keep Brevard County safe.
“We are a large, extremely progressive agency and are proud of our exceptionally strong relationship with the citizens of Brevard County who we protect and serve each and every day.
We have a reputation for excellence and are looking for other criminal justice professionals who would like to become part of our BCSO Family.
Our Deputy Sheriffs provide a variety of functions, from patrolling our communities to taking on any of our numerous specialty assignments such as Field Training Officer, Agricultural and Marine Patrol, Aviation, Special Weapons and Tactics (SWAT), Criminal Investigations (Narcotics, Homicide, Financial Crimes, Sex Crimes, General Crimes, Computer Forensics, Domestic Violence), Fugitive Apprehension, Training, K-9, Traffic Enforcement, Dive Team, Explosive Ordinance Disposal, School Security, Courthouse Security and both federal and local Task Force partnerships.
Our agency offers a competitive annual starting rate of $40,123 to $44,408 (with prior experience) and all certified candidates with over two years of prior law enforcement experience receive an additional one-time $3,000 hiring bonus.
Patrol Deputies will also receive shift differential pay respective to their assigned shift beginning in October 2019.
In addition, we have a generous benefits package that includes medical and life insurance, paid vacation, sick leave, and holiday leave, college tuition reimbursement and participation in the Florida Retirement System.
Certified applicants must meet the following qualifications:
• Minimum of 20 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
• Comprehensive background investigation
For more information on employment opportunities at the Brevard County Sheriff’s Office and to join our BCSO Family please visit www.BrevardSheriff.com or contact our Recruiting Unit at 321-264-5281 to speak to a recruiter.
SO ARE YOU READY TO PUT A STAR IN YOUR FUTURE?
– Sheriff Wayne Ivey
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