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Deferred compensation program and tuition reimbursement also available

Benefits

​Medical: 3 Blue Shield plans; 2 Kaiser plans to choose from, county pays 65% of premium.​

Dental: Delta Dental PPO+ Premier; county pays 65% of premium.

Vision: VSP Choice; county pays 65% of premium.

Basic Life Insurance / Long Term Disability / $6,240/yr Optional Benefit Plan

Flexible Spending Accounts FSA & HSA

Employee Assistance Program​ 

CalPERS Retirement (Classic and PEPRA) + Additional life insurance

Deferred Compensation match up to $400/yr + 2.5% County contribution 

Paid Holidays, Floating Holidays, Vacation and Sick accruals, 80 hours Management Leave​/yr

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Compensation

$82,576 - $100,360/yr

Records/Property Manager

$82,576 - $100,360/yr

Dispatch Manager

$109,844 - 133,515/yr

Technology Manager

Medical

Affordable Medical Coverage

  • County contributes 65% of the total plan premium

    • County provides additional $6,240/yr Optional Benefit Plan​

  • 3 Blue Shield PPOs and 2 Kaiser HMOs

  • Delta Dental PPO + Premier

  • VSP Choice Vision Plan

  • Basic Life Insurance $40,000

To see a full listing of the benefits for this position (Bargaining Unit MA), click here

Retirement

CalPERS Retirement

Tier 1 - Classic: 2% @ 55 (single highest year final compensation)

Tier 2 - Classic: 2% @ 60 (average 3-year final compensation)

Tier 3 - PEPRA: 2% @ 62 (average 3-year final compensation)

Non-Sworn Management

We are proud to announce three open management positions. If you are a law enforcement supervisor with knowledge of records, property, dispatch, or IT and are looking for advancement, we have opportunities for you! Any interested persons are highly encouraged to apply! Please review the information on this page to learn about these positions. Also, learn about our agency and culture by exploring the website in the menu above.

The application deadline for all positions is 8/25/2022

A fulfilling career in Law Enforcement

At EDSO, our Sheriff's Managers are given the opportunity to manage within the law enforcement process. Sheriff's Records/Property Manager oversees two units: Our Records Unit and Property Unit. Although stationed in the EDSO Public Safety Facility in Placerville, the manager supervises all functions of these units in our Placerville and South Lake Tahoe locations. The Dispatch Manager is located in Placerville and works out of our Dispatch Center. The Technology Manager is based in our Placerville office but manages the IT functions of all EDSO facilities. Each of these positions is an integral part of the law enforcement process. The success of any organization relies on management and law enforcement has a high degree of importance to the community. 

The ability to make a difference

The EDSO Manager has excellent opportunities to shape our organization. The manager develops policies and procedures, manages budgets, and evaluates and analyzes the operation. If you are looking for a position that gives you independence, discretion, and and ability to exercise initiative, this job is for you!

Knowledge/Ability/Education Qualifications

The qualifications for each position vary. Please check the job description for each position to get a full account of these qualifications:

The Hiring Process

Step 1 - Application

To become a Records/Property Manager, please review all of the qualifications and minimum requirements listed on the job announcement. Complete and submit an online application and any other requested forms or questionnaires for this position. 

Step 2 - App Review

If you meet the minimum qualifications for the position, the Sheriff’s Personnel Unit will review your application to ensure you meet the minimum qualifications.

Step 3 - Training/Experience Review

A training and experience evaluation will be utilized to determine your ability to continue in the recruitment process and ranking for referral to the Hiring Manager. Based upon the information in the application and responses to supplemental questions, your education, training and experience will be evaluated using a predetermined formula. 

 

Supplemental questions play an integral role in the recruitment process. Please take the time to provide thoughtful and thorough responses. The information you provide may be used to determine your ranking for referral to specific vacancies. 

Step 4 - Interview

The Sheriff’s Personnel Unit will give you directions on how to use the online self-scheduling feature to schedule yourself for an upcoming oral board interview. Once scheduled, you may not receive a reminder to appear at your scheduled interview. Please record the date and time of your exam when you schedule yourself. This is your responsibility. The interview will be a formal, panel style interview with at least three interviewers. There are resources online that can help you prepare for a standard interview. 

Step 5 - Pre-Background

Within five business days, you should be notified by email of your rank. Those who are selected to begin the background investigation phase will be given a list of documents you will need to submit prior to the background process. This includes certified copies of your birth certificate, marriage certificate, divorce decrees, certificates, and many more. You can help expedite your background process by having gathering all of your official records. Keep in mind that your official records may require weeks for government agencies and colleges to process.

Step 6 - Background Investigation

A Comprehensive background investigation is conducted. Save yourself time by being thorough and honest. Many of the delays and disqualifications are a result of omitting or minimizing incidents in your past. Some indiscretions are expected, however, dishonesty is never acceptable.

You can prepare ahead of time for this step by gathering all personal documents like marriage certificates, sealed highschool and college transcripts, etc. and by gathering the full contact information for family, friends, co-workers, references, and former supervisors. 

Who do I supervise?

Records/Property: This unit is the primary repository of all crime reports, criminal history, warrants, restraining orders, and more. They also issue permits, licenses, and concealed weapons permits. They protect and release records within the confines of the law. The records unit is the first level of public contact in our facility and consists of 16+ non-sworn staff. The Property unit consists of 4+ non sworn staff who maintain the chain of custody of criminal evidence and found property. The unit facilitates the receipt and transfer of evidence, and the destruction of contraband and processes approximately 10,000 items every year.

Dispatch: The 21+ Dispatchers in the unit field hundreds of thousands of calls every year from our state of the art public safety answering point, located in Placerville. The dispatch center is a stand-alone office featuring two distinct pods with four workstations each. Supervisor offices make up the perimeter and the high-flow floorplan is illuminated by a wall of windows. 

IT: This unit maintains numerous systems including connectivity to local, state, and federal databases, storage, security, and high tech law enforcement peripherals. The IT Unit consists of six systems analysts who are based in the Placerville office but maintain systems within our two jails and South Lake Tahoe office as well. 

Step 7 - Review

The EDSO Chain of Command receives and reviews your background file. If your background investigation reveals no disqualifying issues, you will be scheduled for an interview with the Sheriff.

Step 8 - Interview/ Drug Test

The Sheriff will discuss you as a person and expectations of employees. At the end, he may provide you with a conditional offer of employment. The conditions are that you successfully complete a drug test.

That's it!

Once all candidates have completed the process, a selection can be made. 

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Information Technology Manager

As part of the Support Services Division, the Sheriff's Technology Manager assists in developing goals, objectives, policies and standards for the Information Technology Unit functions. The manager makes independent decisions and authorize actions in accordance with established procedures in conducting daily business and during public safety emergencies. They plan, assign and coordinate the work of the Information Technology Unit, to include hiring, development and accountability of staff. The managers also identifies and recommends changes and enhancements to various systems and infrastructure.

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Public Safety Dispatch Manager

As part of the Support Services Division, the Sheriff's Public Safety Dispatch Manager plans, organizes, evaluates, manages, and oversees all operations of the Sheriff's Dispatch Center. The manager assists in developing goals, objectives, policies and standards for the central dispatch functions. They make independent decisions and authorize actions in accordance with established procedures in conducting daily business and during public safety emergencies. The manager assigns and coordinates the work of the central dispatch unit, to include hiring, development and accountability of staff. The manager also prepares records and reports for internal and public dissemination.

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Records and Property Manager

As part of the Support Services Division, the Sheriff's Records/Property Manager assists in developing goals, objectives, policies and standards for the Records and Property units functions. They make independent decisions and authorize actions in accordance with established procedures in conducting daily business and during public safety emergencies. The manager plans, assigns and coordinates the work of the Records and Property units, to include hiring, development and accountability of staff. They prepare records and reports for internal and public dissemination. They also act as Custodian of Records and may be subpoenaed for criminal court cases.

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