Brevard County Sheriff’s Office Seeking Certified Law Enforcement Officers to Serve as Deputy Sheriffs
By Wayne Ivey, Brevard County Sheriff // August 11, 2020
Brevard County Sheriff’s Office welcomes future criminal justice professionals who strive for greatness
BREVARD COUNTY, FLORIDA – The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office is currently seeking certified Law Enforcement Officers to serve as Deputy Sheriffs with our agency.
The Brevard County Sheriff’s Office welcomes future criminal justice professionals who strive for greatness and are interested in joining the nearly 1,600 proud men and women of our agency.
Our agency is recognized as one of the most progressive agencies in the country and is blessed to enjoy an exceptional relationship with the citizens we serve and protect each and every day!
So if you are looking for an opportunity to take your law enforcement career to the next level then look no further as our Deputy Sheriffs provide a variety of functions, from patrolling neighborhoods and businesses to take on various specialty assignments such as the Traffic Enforcement Unit, Agricultural, and Marine Patrol, Aviation.
Unit, S.W.A.T., General Crimes Investigations, Homicide Unit, Sex Crimes Investigations, Financial Crimes Investigations, Fugitive Apprehension, Court Services Division, K-9 Unit, Dive Team, E.O.D. Unit, Training Unit, School Security and Resource Officers, and the G.A.M.E. Over Task Force.
Our agency has openings at locations throughout Brevard County and offers a very competitive benefit package that includes medical and life insurance, paid vacation, sick leave, holiday leave, college tuition reimbursement, and participation in the Florida Retirement System, with a very low 3% contribution rate.
We offer a starting pay of $42,120 to $47,424 (with prior experience) annually and a $1,500 bonus for those with a minimum of 1 year of experience or a $3,000 hiring bonus for Law Enforcement candidates that have two or more years of experience.
Upon exiting the Field Training Program, Road Patrol Deputies receive an additional 12-hour shift differential of $.50 an hour for day shift and an additional 12-hour shift differential of $.75 an hour for those assigned to the night shift.
Lastly, we are very proud to offer a long-honored salary step plan that ensures you receive increased compensation commensurate with years of service.
For those with fulltime law enforcement experience, we also offer the opportunity to be assigned as a Court Services Deputy at one of our three courthouses or as a School Resource Deputy helping keep our schools the safest in the country.
In addition, we also have employment opportunities for candidates who are currently attending a Law Enforcement Academy or are planning to attend an Equivalency of Training (E.O.T).
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 WHAT DO YOU SAY ARE YOU READY TO PUT A STAR IN YOUR FUTURE?
– Sheriff Wayne Ivey
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