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Civilian Positions

Making a difference!

The Orange County Sheriff’s Office prides itself with hiring highly qualified candidates of the highest integrity. We are an Equal Opportunity Employer who strives to reflect the diversity found in our community.  This page is updated with new job openings, so check back often.  For positions that are being processed currently, you may hear back from us within 30 days.  Others will be longer and you may not hear from us until a vacancy occurs.

Career Opportunities

Many who start their careers at the Orange County Sheriff’s Office stay with our agency all the way to retirement because the opportunities are endless. There are a variety of experiences to choose from, whether it be a specialty unit or a supervisory track, and our Career Development team is always available to guide you in the right direction as you move toward your career goals. We offer resume reviews, interview feedback, and information about college degrees as just a few resources to help maximize your potential.


 

 

911 Operators - Public Safety Telecommunicators

Candidates who are hired as 911 Telecommunicators and achieve the 911 Public Safety Telecommunicator state certification will be given a $2,000 Signing Allowance. Public Safety Telecommunicators respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for service, using a computer aided dispatch terminal for entering call data. They must train and certify in at least two positions: Call Taker, Radio Dispatcher, and Teletype Operator. Bilingual candidates encouraged to apply.
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Fleet Parts Associate

Maintains the Fleet Parts Room and provides clerical support.
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Long Term Temp HRD Receptionist - Recruiting

This position is in the Human Resources Division at the Central Operations Building (2500 W. Colonial Dr.). Benefits may be purchased after 90 days. Job Summary: Completes and files employee and/or recruit paperwork. Enters information into data bases, spreadsheets, and/or human resources information systems. Processes paperwork and ensures paperwork contains necessary signatures and other supporting documentation. Notarizes documents as needed. Answers questions verbally or in writing regarding unit-specific issues. Responds to requests for documents and other information. Performs other clerical duties as needed to include filing, photocopying, and collating. Types routine correspondence, memos, reports, and other documents as instructed. Files and maintains confidential and sensitive information. Logs data in computer. Schedules appointments. Preps employee folders and documents.
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Office Assistant I - Traffic Section

Provides clerical assistance to Traffic Section by typing routine correspondence, memos, reports, and other documents as directed; answering incoming telephone calls, determining purpose of callers, and forwarding calls to appropriate personnel or department; taking and delivering messages or transferring calls to voice mail when appropriate personnel are unavailable; greeting on-site visitors and assisting general public and personnel with paperwork; answering questions about organization and providing callers with address, directions, and other information; receiving, sorting, and routing mail, papers, and/or subpoenas to appropriate personnel; performing other clerical duties as needed, such as filing, photocopying, and collating; and filing and maintaining various documents and logging information in computer and/or databases as necessary (e.g., entering complaints in respective database).
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Part-Time Career Development Senior Analyst

(Part time will be considered no less than 36 hours/4 days a week and up to 39 hours.) Applies psychological techniques and testing and business principles for the development and administration of promotional processes as well as other human resources special projects.
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Part-time Latent Print Examiner (Contract Position)

Part-time Latent Print Examiner (Contract Position), 16-32 hours per week. Examines fingerprint evidence related to criminal investigations. Uses ACE-V methodology to determine suitability for comparison; uses the Biometric Identification System (BIS – formerly AFIS) and Next Generation Identification system (NGI – formerly IAFIS) to develop potential subjects for further comparison; and compares suitable latent prints to known finger/palm records. In some cases, may be required to use the Henry Classification System to locate old fingerprint records. Courtroom testimony may be required to support work performed.
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School Crossing Guard

Guide or control vehicular or pedestrian traffic at such places as streets, schools, railroad crossings, or construction sites.
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Minimum Requirements for all Civilian Positions

  • High school diploma or GED (except for School Crossing Guards, see requirements)
  • At least 18 years of age
  • U.S. Citizen or Registered Alien
  • For positions requiring driving, a valid drivers license for the last year and have no more than two moving violations over the past three years
  • No DUI convictions for the past 5 years. Other driving history will be evaluated on a case by case basis.
  • Must not have been convicted of a felony.
  • Must not have been convicted of a misdemeanor involving moral character, false statements, perjury or domestic violence.
  • Must not have received a dishonorable discharge from the United States Armed Forces
  • No illegal drug usage over the past two years. Other drug usage will be evaluated on a case by case basis.
  • Applicants with body ornamentation (tattoos) on the head, scalp, face, neck and hands shall not be eligible for hire.  Any such tattoos should be removed prior to applying for a position.

Process

All candidates for full-time positions will participate in the following steps.

  • Online application
  • Voice Stress Analysis (truth verification)
  • Complete Background Check
  • Credit check
  • Medical exam & drug screen (after conditional job offer)
  • Additional tests required by the position

Benefits

All full-time employees of the Orange County Sheriff's Office receive an excellent benefits and compensation package.

  • Sheriff contributes majority of cost for medical coverage
  • Life insurance and long term disability insurance is provided by Sheriff; employees may elect to purchase additional coverage
  • Retirement benefits are provided by the Florida Retirement System
  • Uniforms and other equipment furnished for some positions
  • Education incentive and reimbursement programs
  • 12 vacation days per year/accrues at 3.69 hours bi-weekly
  • Sick time accrues at 3.69 hours bi-weekly
  • 12 paid holidays per year
  • Gym facilities in many agency buildings