The Human Resource Department coordinates implementation of services, policies and programs. This effort helps to align the workforce with the Goals and Mission Statement of the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office. The Human Resource Department emphasizes quality, productivity, standards, goal attainment and recruitment along with the ongoing development of a high caliber workforce.
Major areas directed by Human Resources are:
- Recruiting and Staffing;
- Performance Management;
- Employment and Compliance to Regulatory Concerns;
- Employee Orientation, Development and Documentation;
- Employee Relations;
- Employee Safety, Welfare, Wellness and Health;
- Benefits Administration;
- Retirement Administration;
- Charitable Giving; and,
- Employee Services.
The Human Resource Department’s objectives are established to support the attainment of the Mission Statement and Objectives of the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office.
The Nassau County Sheriff’s Office is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, disability, marital status, religion or any other legally protected status. NCSO is committed to providing a workplace free of sexual misconduct as well as discrimination, harassment based on such factors as race, color, marital status, national origin, religion, gender, ancestry, age, medical condition, disability, or veteran status. NCSO strongly disapproves of and will not tolerate discrimination or harassment of employees by supervisory staff, employees, customers, and clients or by persons associated with NCSO or retaliation against any person making a complaint of discrimination, harassment or sexual misconduct. This policy shall apply to all employees of NCSO including staff, supervisory staff, and also to all persons involved in the business or services engaged in by NCSO. To view this policy, please click here (PDF) (DOC).
We are currently accepting applications for:
Dispatchers in our Communications Division – (View Job Posting)
Law Enforcement Deputy in our Patrol Division – (View Job Posting)
Detention Deputy in our Corrections Division – (View Job Posting)
Fleet Mechanic (Civilian) – (View Job Posting)
Records Specialist (Civilian) – (View Job Posting)
Control Room Operator (Civilian) – (View Job Posting)
Evidence Specialist (Civilian) – (View Job Posting)
Crime Analyst (Civilian) – (View Job Posting)
School Crossing Guard (Callahan, Yulee and Amelia Island) – (View Job Posting)
Applications & Additional Information :
- Law Enforcement & Corrections Application
- Civilian/Support Application
- Criminal Justice Basic Abilities Test Information
- Want a Challenging Career in Law Enforcement
- Ride Along Form (PDF)
- Volunteer Application (PDF) (Volunteer, CAT, Intern, Mounted Posse, Citizens Academy etc. )
Human Resources receives and processes employment applications for all divisions of the Sheriff’s Office. We continue to accept applications for Full-time; Part-time; and Reserve Status positions. Applications are active from one year from the date of the application. Once a vacancy occurs, applications are reviewed and screened and selected applicants will received notification from Human Resources to begin the interview process.
Q. How do I apply for a job with the Nassau County Sheriff’s Office?
A. The quickest and easiest way to apply is though our secure online application portal (click here) . If you are having difficulties with the portal please call Sara Winkle at 904-548-4012. If necessary, you can download the application above or obtain a copy in person at 77151 Citizens Circle, Yulee, Fl.
Q. What are the work hours / shifts for Law Enforcement and Corrections Officers?
A. Law Enforcement and Correctional Officers at the NCSO work 12 hour shifts (usually 5:30 am to 5:30 pm and 5:30 pm to 5:30 am). The shifts rotate days on and off in the following manner: 2 on, 2 off, 3 on, 2 off, 2 on, 3 off etc.. The Officers work a minimum of 84 hours every two weeks.
Q. What are the work hours / shifts for 911 Communications (Dispatchers & Call Takers) Officers?
A. 911 Communications Officers at the NCSO work 12 hour shifts (usually 5:30 am to 5:30 pm and 5:30 pm to 5:30 am with unpaid breaks). The shifts rotate days on and off in the following manner: 2 on, 2 off, 3 on, 2 off, 2 on, 3 off etc.. The Officers work a minimum of 80 hours every two weeks.
Q. How often are employees paid?
A. Employees are paid on a bi-weekly basis with 26 payrolls per year.
Q. What type of insurance benefits are offered to employees?
A. Full Time Employees have the ability to purchase group rate comprehensive Health, Dental, Vision, Life and Long Term Disability. Insurance is effective between 60-90 days after the hire date.
Q. Do the Employees participate in a retirement plan?
A. Yes. The Employees are enrolled in the Florida Retirement System (F.R.S.). F.R.S. is a state retirement with two plan options, pension and investment. Employees select which plan they wish to participate in and there is a mandatory contribution that each employee must make into their plan.
If you have additional questions about job vacancies, applicant requirements or any Human Resources related issue, please contact the Human Resources Department at the following:
For general inquiries please email:
Sara Winkle – Applications
Phone – 904-548-4012 Fax – 904-548-4112
Email – email@example.com
Kayla Golden – Records
Phone – 904-548-4097 Fax – 904-548-4197
Email – firstname.lastname@example.org
Kathrine Hall – Human Resources Manager
Phone – 904-548-4054 Fax – 904-548-4154
Email – email@example.com
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