The Court Services Deputy will be responsible for a variety of duties that include but are not limited to maintaining order in the courtroom, escorting inmates to and from the correctional facility, serving the requests of the judge, searching inmates and/or visitors, conduct pre-courtroom preparation, monitor all activities within the courtroom, direct and supervise the jury pool, patrol the courthouse holding facility, check alarms, inspect transport vehicles, review docket and inmate records, oversee security area checkpoints and perform varied law enforcement duties when necessary.
Florida Law Enforcement Certified:
$67,995- $86,715 (overall minimum/maximum salary). Salary based on 8-hour shifts. Starting salary is based upon prior related experience which must be approved and is determined by agency policy.
$70,075 with 36 months of experience. Salary based on 8-hour shifts.
$72,155 with 72 months of experience. Salary based on 8-hour shifts.
$74,235 with 96 months of experience. Salary based on 8-hour shifts.
Additional $1,500 per year for midnight shift differential.
- Must be a United States citizen.
- Must be at least 19 years of age.
- Must possess a High School Diploma or GED.
- Must be Florida Law Enforcement Certified or currently attending a Florida Law Enforcement Academy.
- Must meet the minimum standards of the Agency approved PAT (Physical Abilities Test).
- Applicants who do not possess an Associate's Degree or equivalent must successfully complete the Wonderlic Basic Skills Test and achieve a score of 267 or higher in Verbal Skills and 241 or higher in Quantitative Skills (math).
- Must successfully complete an oral review board and meet eligibility score for each.
- Must have a valid drivers' license.
- Must meet Agency approved Drug and Tobacco Policy.
- Must submit to a complete background investigation, polygraph and psychological evaluation and found to be of good moral character.
- Must submit to a complete physical examination mandated by FDLE requirements to include but not limited to: drug, hearing and vision screening, and EDK testing.
- Applicants must never have been convicted of a felony or of a misdemeanor involving perjury or false statements.
- Applicants with prior military service must have completed their military contract and received an Honorable Discharge (Form DD214 required).