Administrative and Professional Staff
The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office is looking for Administrative and Professional Staff. Law enforcement and corrections administrative and professional staff work in diverse settings providing essential services to Sheriff’s Office employees and the communities we serve. Our non-commissioned staff work in records, fiscal, and evidence, and at the precincts assisting the public, managing critical information, conducting and following up on inquiries, and confirming criminal information. The Sheriff’s Office offers competitive pay, an outstanding benefits package that includes paid health insurance and paid time off. We also offer pension plans and a dynamic work environment where no two days are ever alike. Career opportunities for administrative and professional staff include:
Law Enforcement Technician
Assists law enforcement and the public, in person, by telephone and via e-mail, providing information, answering questions and explaining services; enters, confirms, and researches criminal justice data. Receives, researches, processes and issues permits, licenses; analyzes forms and reports and reviews documents for completeness and accuracy before entry and forwarding to other systems.
Law Enforcement Secretary
In addition to the above, enters, maintains and retrieves data in various computer systems, including criminal history searches; prepares reports from database information; drafts, types and edits documents such as reports, search warrants, memoranda and correspondence; creates and maintains personnel files.
Account Technician II (CS)
Supports the accounting, cashiering, fiscal and budget functions of the Sheriff’s Office, including procuring supplies and equipment, preparing grant billings, accounts payable, accounts receivable; tracks budgets and assists in the management of payroll.
Evidence Control Officer
Covers the technical handling, control and proper storage of evidence and property; enters data and locates information related to property and evidence of residents and various other community agencies, and collects and transports evidence between facilities and outside agencies.
Control Room Officer
Control Room Officers monitor and control the movement of jail personnel, inmates and visitors, as well as security systems, all doors, window detectors, panic button alarms and smoke/fire detectors. They observe and respond to unauthorized movements and/or emergency situations and maintain radio communications with custody officers in housing modules and in transit with prisoners.
Corrections Storekeepers order, receive, store and issue a variety of office supplies, maintenance supplies and equipment. They count and verify stock purchased and delivered, process returns, backorders and errors on orders, maintain inventory records and custody of supplies and requisition supplies and equipment. Storekeepers contacts vendors and contractors for price bids and assist the Maintenance Coordinator to process proper county purchasing requirements and documents.
Booking Support Officer
Reviews paperwork from law enforcement agencies and the courts for authority to book, release or transport inmates. Manages booking, release and transportation data for inmates and checks booking information with state and federal databases to determine if there are outstanding warrants. Receives, searches and catalogs property from inmates and compiles a daily court list.
Inmate Accounts Technician II
Creates, maintains, and updates records for inmates in the jail while ensuring confidentiality. Screens paperwork from law enforcement, criminal justice and other agencies and assists the general public, inmates, and others in answering questions, taking complaints and explaining jail services, policies, procedures and schedules. Gathers, compiles and checks data for reports, billing and payments.
Records Technician II
Screens paperwork concerning inmates from law enforcement, criminal justice and other agencies and initiates appropriate processing. Contacts courts, attorneys and agencies and establishes transport lists. Checks booking information with state and federal databases to determine if there are outstanding warrants that would prevent an inmate’s release. Compiles a daily list of inmates for court, transport, and release. Verifies and approves assigned release dates and pretrial credit for time served.
All candidates for employment must successfully pass a criminal history background investigation and pre-employment drug screening.
- be a United States citizen OR permanent resident
- be at least 21 years of age
- have a Washington State driver’s license prior to appointment.
Applicants will be expected to pass a variety of job-related tests
- Click on "Apply today!" in the upper right corner. Create an account and complete the application process.
- Qualified candidates who pass the initial screening will be notified to self-schedule for an oral board interview.
- Interview dates will be scheduled periodically throughout the advertising period.
- A final score of 70% will be required in order for the candidate's name to appear on the eligibility list.
- Pre-employment examinations may include, but are not limited to, a complete background investigation, fingerprinting, criminal record check and pre-employment drug screening.
- Medical Insurance
- Vision Insurance
- Dental Insurance
- Basic Group Term Life Insurance/ Accidental Death and Dismemberment (AD&D) Insurance
- Long Term Disability (LTD)
- Commuting Benefits
- Employee Assistance Program (EAP)
- Partners for Health Employee Wellness Program
- Leave and Holidays
Located in the northwest corner of Washington State, Snohomish County is a great place to work, live and play. Snohomish County is located just north of Seattle between Puget Sound and the Cascade Mountains. Here you’ll find some of the best hiking, fishing, skiing, camping and hunting in the world, as well as affordable housing, good schools, and vibrant, unique communities. Annual temperatures range from 75°F in July to 33°F in January and precipitation in urban areas of is usually around 35 inches, but increases sharply in the mountains. Snohomish County has one major airport with passenger service to over a dozen cities and is connected to adjacent communities by two ferry routes. From beaches to ghost towns, casinos to museums, kayaking to shopping, Snohomish County is packed with endless possibilities to keep everyone from every age and interest occupied.