The Chippewa County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for a Full Time Deputy Sheriff’s position.
► Be MCOLES certified or certifiable (state certification for LE)
► Posses a Valid drivers license
► Pass a criminal history check
► Pass a drug test
► Pass a background investigation
► Pass a Field Training Program
► Be a self starter and highly motivated to learn
Deputy Sheriff’s routinely patrol Chippewa County and investigate criminal complaints both Felony and Misdemeanor.
Deputy Sheriff’s also investigate traffic crashes, enforce traffic laws, respond to search and rescue calls and work to protect the citizens of Chippewa County.
We also encourage our Deputy Sheriff’s to interact, on and off duty, with the community. Many of our Deputy Sheriff’s have become coaches and volunteer their time to help our youth.
The starting salary is $44,116/year. After three years the salary is $49,691/year which also includes a fringe package.
Our Deputy Sheriff’s have the opportunity to work several different OT Grants throughout the year which could substantially increase their salary. (optional OT)
Our Deputy Sheriffs have the opportunity during their career to promote as we have Detectives in our Investigative Division as well as a Detective assigned to our Drug Taskforce. (TRIDENT)
Many of our Deputy Sheriff’s are sent to specialized training such as Crime Scene Investigation and Accident Investigation.
We also conduct cross training with our Emergency Response equipment including training for our:- Hovercraft- Airboat- Patrol Boats- ORV- Snowmobile- Drone Pilots
Please have application packets to CCSO by noon 6-1-2021. We would like to fill this position sometime in mid June to early July of 2021.Our application can be found on our Sheriff’s Office website or picked up at our front Office.
Please mail or drop off your application packet to:
Chippewa Co Sheriff’s Office
325 Court St, Suite 101
Sault Ste Marie Mi 49783
Attn- Sheriff Michael D. Bitnar
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