Pacific County Civil Service Lateral Road Deputy in South Bend, Washington

CIVIL SERVICE NOTICE OF EXAMINATION LATERAL ROAD DEPUTY Pacific County Sheriff's Office Notice is hereby given that the Pacific County Civil Service Commission is establishing an eligibility list for Lateral Road Deputy within the Pacific County Sheriff's Office. Applications for examination will be accepted by the Civil Service Examiner until Thursday, February 7, 2019 at 3:00pm . The salary range for Road Deputy is $4,365-5,288/month, plus benefits. Duties of Road Deputy Patrolling unincorporated areas. Responding to all calls for service and take appropriate action. Interviewing witnesses, complainants, and suspects. Accurately recording information. Lateral Road Deputy Minimum Qualifications Graduation from the Washington State Basic Law Enforcement Academy or equivalent academy. Minimum age of 21 at time of appointment. High School diploma or G.E.D. certificate. Valid driver's license. Ability to read and write English as required by RCW 41.14.100. Candidates must be able to type minimum 40 wpm. Application Procedure Applications may be obtained at the Pacific County Courthouse Annex Suite G, email at , or by calling (360) 875-9334. Complete Pacific County application for employment and sign statement requesting examination. Submit application and statement by mail to Pacific County Civil Service Commission, PO Box 6, South Bend, WA 98586. Please include a copy of your certification of graduation from a law enforcement academy and any relevant certificates, awards, or commendations. Examination Process An Oral Board Examination will be held for qualified applicants. The Oral Board examination will be conducted on (tentative) February 8, 2019 beginning at 10:00am at the Courthouse Annex, 1216 W Robert Bush Drive, South Bend, WA 98586. The oral board is weighted at 30%. A passing average is required. Ranking of the applicants shall be based on the results of the Oral Board. When there is an opening for Lateral Road Deputy, those candidates with the top three final examination scores will be referred to the Sheriff's Office. Once certified, Civil Service registers are typically in place for a year up to three years, unless there is cause to abandon the register before that time. Veterans preference, as set out in RCW 41.04.005 and 41.04.010 shall be applied when entitled.