If you are interested in any of the below-mentioned positions, you can begin the application process by filling out our online preliminary job application. Otherwise, please contact the Sheriff's Office Human Resources Division at (305) 292-7044
Preference in the selection of vacant positions will be given to eligible veterans and spouses of veterans. The Monroe County Sheriff's Office is a drug-free and nicotine-free workplace AAP/EEO Employer.
FROM CURRENT EMPLOYEES
I enjoy working for MCSO, I like the administration and my coworkers. I also like the fact that MCSO provides training to help me grow as a person and as a Deputy.
I started my career here at Monroe County Sheriff’s Office about 20 years ago, as a Detention Deputy. I’ve held many roles other than just a Detention Deputy, while working at MCSO, such as an FMJS Inspector, FTO ( Field training officer), Acting supervisor, Programs liaison, Property auditor, and recruiting. Being a detention deputy doesn’t limit you to just a dormitory. There are many departments within BOC to be involved in. Despite the negativity you’ve heard about working in a correctional facility, I am very motivated by MCSO to help transform lives, and most of all the ensure the safety and security behind those walls, for staff, inmates, and visitors. Also, I appreciate MCSO giving me the opportunity to take courses to advance in my career and the opportunity to help new recruit and guide inmates in the right direction.
Being a part of the first-response team by taking 911 calls is such a fulfilling way to serve my community. Knowing I can be the calming voice of help during someone's toughest moments…is highly rewarding.
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