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Employment Opportunities

County Sheriffs of Colorado

Executive Director Position:

Position Concept:

Under the general direction of the Board of directors the Executive Director Serves as the Chief Executive Officer for the County Sheriffs of Colorado, Inc. (CSOC).  Assists the Board of Directors in formulating CSOC mission, goals, objectives, related directives and responsible for all implementations.  Has general and active management of all business of CSOC in accordance with by-laws, directives and direction of the board of directors

Primary Duties and Responsibilities: 

  1. Manages the overall operation of CSOC to include budget, finance, administrative and program service function.
  1. Works closely with CSOC lobbyist, legislators, state officials and others to build alliances and promote CSOC legislative efforts.3.
  2. Acts as facilitator to the Board in development of strategic plans/planning.
  3. Prepares and recommends an annual budget.
  4. Enter into contracts and agreements on behalf of CSOC with the Approval of the Board Chair.
  5. Create and maintain effective membership program services.
  6. Regularly consults with Board President regarding significant issues that may impact the successful operation of CSOC.
  7. Serves as spokesperson for CSOC.
  8. Other duties as defined by the Board of Directors.

Preferable Qualifications:


  • Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
  • Experience managing a non-profit agency with special knowledge of the Office of Sheriff in the State of Colorado.
  • Incumbent need not have been an elected Sheriff but demonstrated law enforcement experience in an administrative position

To apply email cover letter and resume to Janelle Crain at jcrain@csoc.org.


San Juan County Sheriff’s Office

Colorado’s most beautiful county is searching for a new Deputy.

The San Juan County Sheriff’s Office, home to Silverton, CO, is looking for a post certified officer ready for the good life.  San Juan Deputies are responsible for patrol duties in the county to include traffic enforcement, accident investigation and routine patrol. Deputy Sheriffs also perform court security functions, criminal investigations and search and rescue missions.  We also maintain a great working relationship with our partners in the Colorado State Patrol, Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and the Colorado Division of Wildlife.

Qualification Requirements:

  • Colorado POST certified peace officer
  • Minimum two years commitment
  • Interested in living the good life of a true community
  • Willing to be part of a small team dedicated to their community

San Juan County is 388 square miles of some of the world’s most beautiful terrain.  We have the highest mean elevation of any county in the contiguous United States, averaging over 11,200 ft.  Eighty-eight percent of the county is public lands making for an immense selection of recreational opportunities.  With a small full-time population, and thousands of summer visitors, it’s like having a vacation home you don’t have to pack up and go to, the world changes around you seasonally.  This provides for a wide variety of call types to keep things interesting.

Starting pay is in the mid-forties, with county provided health insurance and retirement funds, but the true pay-off is the quality of life offered in the service of this amazing community.

Community.  Integrity.  Courtesy.  Those are our core principles and we would welcome an officer fitting the bill.

Click here to go to application download

Position is open until filled


County Sheriffs of Colorado

The CSOC is hiring a Training Coordinator.

General Duties:

The training coordinator plans and oversees the training function at County Sheriffs of Colorado (CSOC).  He/She develops and delivers effective and innovative training to state law enforcement agencies and to the sheriffs and undersheriffs of the state. The incumbent works in partnership with other employees, organizations, agencies and the public in delivering training services.

  1. The training coordinator develops and manages both POST-funded and tuition-based training for sworn and non-sworn personnel from line-level to command-level.
  2. Develops the POST grant request based on requests from agencies and as determined by analysis of previous years’ data.
  3. Schedules POST grant-funded training to comply with the Peace Officer Training statute. Designs training materials and critiques material submitted by instructors to ensure consistency and compliance with the training mission of CSOC.
  4. Identifies training needs and evaluates the effectiveness of training provided state law enforcement agencies.
  5. Organizes and facilitates regular meetings for instructor groups.
  6. Monitors classes and reviews instructor performance.
  7. Interacts with other organizations, including POST and CACP, and trainers’ groups in Colorado to keep abreast of training trends and processes.
  8. Develops new training courses as the needs of law enforcement require.
  9. Coordinates training for sheriff and undersheriff conferences in consultation with the Executive Director and Board.
  10. Makes presentations regarding CSOC training program and activities on occasion.
  11. Conducts needs assessments in order to provide executive training.
  12. Evaluates course materials of outside vendors.
  13. Revises course material as needed.
  14. Monitors off-site training to assure rooms are adequate and safe and preparations have been made to support the needs of instructors.
  15. Supervises the work of the assistant training coordinator.

Click here for more details https://www.coloradononprofits.org/careers/nonprofit-jobs/training-coordinator-0


Larimer County Sheriff’s Office

The Larimer County Sheriff’s Office is hiring Deputy Sheriffs for the Jail.


Specifically, Jail Deputies:

  • Effectively and coherently use interpersonal communication skills to communicate with inmates, professional visitors, and the public by providing information and directions, mediating disputes, and advising of rights and processes.
  • Conduct visual and audio surveillance of inmates for extended periods of time.
  • Perform crisis intervention functions to include inmate counseling, suicide prevention, recognizing abnormal behavior, and implementing appropriate intervention actions.
  • Engage in activities in confined areas. Walk extensively on foot patrol and physically checks doors, windows, and other areas to ensure they are secure.
  • Read and comprehend legal and non-legal documents, including the processing of such documents as medical instructions, commitment orders, summons, and other legal writs and court documents.

Click here for more details Deputy Sheriff – Jail.


Weld County Sheriff’s Office

The Weld County Sheriff’s Office is hiring for both Patrol and Detentions deputies.

Detention Deputy is an entry level law enforcement position in which you will receive training to competently work one of three general post assignments: booking, housing units, and roving.

Patrol Deputy II is a law enforcement position that requires competency in detecting and investigating criminal activity; enforcement of local, state and federal laws; preparation of accurate reports to help in follow-up investigation, criminal and civil court, and in department investigations.

Additional assignments that are available include: K9, SOG (Special Operations Group), Honor Guard, Courts and Transportation, CIT (Crisis Intervention Training), FTO (Field Training Officer), FBI Defensive Tactics Instructor, LawFit Instructor, Detentions Criminal Specialist (these deputies handle all criminal investigations within the facility and some from the public).

Applications to close May17th.  Next academies to begin June 2019.

Please visit our website www.weldsheriff.com and find the Employment Opportunities link for more information and to apply.

For more information or questions, please contact Jeremy Frey (970)356-4015 ext. 4277

Montrose County Sheriff’s Office

The Montrose County Sheriff’s Office has several position open for POST certified applicants.  If you are interested please click on the links below for more information and how to apply.  Montrose County Sheriff’s office is also looking for the position of jail administrator.  Positions are open until filled.

Montrose County Patrol Deputy

Link to Jail Administrator Application

The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office in Golden, CO is NOW HIRING for Deputy Sheriff!

This position is in the Detentions career track and starts at $59,931.91/year after the training academy ($2,035.84)  bi-weekly while in training academy)

The JCSO is accepting applications for 2019 academies.

All qualified applicants encouraged to apply at https://www.jeffco.us/Jobs

Chris Byrne


Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office
200 Jefferson County Pkwy, Golden, CO  80401


Cheyenne County Sheriff’s Office

The Cheyenne County Sheriff’s Office has an opening for a full-time Patrol Deputy.

Applicants must be able to work all shifts which include:

Days, nights, weekends and holidays. Applicants should be a POST certified peace officer in the state of Colorado and must pass an oral board, written test, psychological exam and extensive background check. Any prior alcohol or drug convictions will be deemed a disqualification from the application process. For anyone interested in the position please visit our website at www.cheyennesheriff.com and navigate to “application” at the tool-bar to download the application. After fully completing  please either drop off the application at our office, located at 91 East 1st St, Cheyenne Wells CO or email to miller@co.cheyenne.co.us, zjanssen@co.cheyenne.co.us

Position open until filled

Washington County Sheriff’s Office

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is seeking highly motivated individuals for the position of Detention Officer. Applicant must be 21 years old and be able to complete and pass a psychological test as well as a physical.  Applicants must be able to complete required training and be able to work swing shift including nights and weekends.  Experience is preferred but not necessary. Detention Academy and on the job training will be provided.

Positions include a competitive salary, as well as excellent benefits including Medical coverage, Life Insurance, and a 401 (a) Retirement Plan, with optional Dental and Vision Plans.

An application can be picked up at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office or can be printed off by going to our website www.washcountyjustice.com


The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is seeking highly motivated individuals for the position of Deputy Sheriff, as well as 1 Investigator position.  This team-oriented position is responsible for: Enforcement of criminal and traffic laws, as well as preventing & deterring criminal activity, while providing day-to-day services to the public. P.O.S.T. certification or P.O.S.T. certifiable is required, must be Twenty-one (21) years of age with a GED, or High School Education and have a valid driver’s license with No felony convictions OR Misdemeanor disqualifying convictions IE: Domestic Violence or similar conviction.

This position includes a competitive salary, as well as excellent benefits, which include Medical coverage, Life Insurance, a 401 (a) Retirement Plan and optional Dental and Vision coverage.

An application can be picked up at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office or can be printed off our web site at www.washcountysheriff.com,  then mailed to or dropped off at the Washington County Sheriff’s office at 26861 Highway 34 Akron Colorado 80720.

Positions are open until filled

Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office – Aspen, Colorado

The Pitkin County Sheriff’s Office is looking for applicants who desire to assist their community in public safety. We value integrity, respect, service, transparency, accountability, and are committed to excellence and innovation. Pay is commensurate with experience and we encourage both experienced and entry-level applicants to apply. The PCSO will pay for the academy and other necessary training based on position.

Our values:

Integrity • Respect • Service • Transparent • Accountable • Committed to Excellence



Detention Officer:


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Hinsdale County Sheriff’s Office

The Hinsdale County Sheriff’s Office has an opening for a Deputy Sheriff position.

Deputy Sheriffs are responsible for patrol duties in the county including traffic enforcement, accident investigation and proactive patrol. The Sheriff’s Office also works closely with the Colorado State Patrol, Forest Service, Bureau of Land Management and the Colorado Division of Wildlife to provide patrols and assistance. Deputy Sheriffs also perform court security functions, criminal investigations and search and rescue missions within the various public lands in Hinsdale County.

Qualification Requirements:

  • Colorado POST certified peace officer
  • Minimum two years commitment
  • Self starter / Problem solver
  • Willing to learn and be a team player
  • Previous law enforcement experience desired

Starting pay is $45,000.00 a year. The county offers a health insurance and retirement package.

Hinsdale County is a remote mountain county in southwest Colorado. Much of the county is National Forest and wilderness areas. The year round population is approx. 800 with a large amount of second home owners and tourist that come to the county during the summer months. The Hinsdale County Sheriff’s Office works to provide professional and courteous service for our local residents and visitors. The Hinsdale Sheriff’s Office believes that training and proper equipment is a high priority and works hard to provide in house and outside training for deputies.

Click here to go to application download

Position is open until filled

Eagle County Sheriff’s Office

The Eagle County Sheriff’s Office invites you to apply to join our professional and committed law enforcement team. The Eagle County Sheriff’s Office is located in the heart of the Vail Valley and serves our beautiful mountainous communities. This career offers competitive pay, benefits, a career advancement program and overtime opportunities. We are currently hiring for both Patrol Deputy and Detentions Deputy positions.

More information can be found at www.eaglesheriff.com or on line at: https://www.eaglecounty.us/Sheriff/Career_Opportunities/

Our Patrol & Detentions Deputies work 11.50 hour shifts rotating every 8 weeks from days to nights. This guarantees that you will have every other weekend off to enjoy the beautiful community you serve.

The Eagle County Sheriff’s Office is currently hiring for the following positions. If you are interested in joining our team please complete the employment application that can be found on the Eagle County website at  www.eaglecounty.us/jobs . Should you have any questions regarding the application or our hiring process please send your inquiries to jessie.porter@eaglecounty.us.

Patrol Deputy PS1-$25.50 – $29.49

Detention Deputy PS1-$25.50 – $29.49

The hiring range for this position is $25.50.00/hr to $28.63/hr. The maximum of the pay range is $36.30/hr. A hire rate over the hiring range may be considered based on candidate’s qualifications and experience. Entry level pay is $25.50/hr with advancement to $27.00/hr following successful completion of the Field Training Program.

Apply at www.eaglecounty.us/jobs.

Teller County Sheriff’s Office

Teller County seeks a qualified individual for a Detective position in the Sheriff’s Office.  The Detective performs a variety of responsible and complex technical criminal investigative duties required to assist uniformed patrol deputies, and collect facts and determine circumstances relative to the clearing, prosecuting and closing of criminal cases occurring within the County.  Assist uniformed patrol deputies with follow-up investigations in all categories of crime; develop leads and analyze facts and data necessary for the development of probable cause and the solution of assigned cases; collect, analyze and preserve physical crime scene evidence; interview, obtain and prepare written statements from victims, witnesses and suspects; testify in court of law relative to case facts.  Qualifications:  High School diploma or GED, plus a minimum of two (2) years of experience as a police officer or deputy sheriff.  Completion of some college level course work in criminal justice or related fields is desirable.  Special RequirementsColorado POST certification; Possession of a valid CO driver’s license.  Applicants must submit completed Sheriff’s Office application, resume, cover letter and all supporting documents required to Teller County Human Resources, Centennial Building, 112 North A Street, Cripple Creek, CO 80813.   EOE  * OPEN UNTIL FILLED *

This is the link to our website employment page http://www.co.teller.co.us/hr/jobs.aspx

Jackson County Sheriff’s Office

Please click on the below link for further information on this Law Enforcement employment opening.