Oneida County Civil Service Commission is accepting applications for the establishment of an eligibility list for the position of Deputy Sheriff. Applicants must be a citizen of the United States; have a valid Wisconsin driver’s license; be in good physical condition; no felony convictions; certification by the State of Wisconsin Training and Standards Board preferred but not required; a high school graduate or equivalent, and have a minimum of 60 fully accredited college level credits (police science credits are preferred).
The 2021 starting rate of pay is $26.46 per hour, with top patrol pay at $29.61 per hour for 1,950 “base hours” per year; lateral transfers available and encouraged. Deputies work a “7-on / 7-off” shift schedule, 10.5 hours per day, resulting in 26 weekends off per year. Additionally, there is an opportunity for deputies to be scheduled Monday thru Friday with weekends off. Deputies have the opportunity to work overtime whether it be for training, transports, open-shifts, special assignments or other occasions when needed.
The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office is a “full service”, progressive department looking for highly motivated and hardworking individuals to carry out the mission statement of the organization to “Protect the lives and property of those who live, work and play in Oneida County.” Oneida County Sheriff’s Office offers a variety of different internal opportunities to advance one’s career. A few specific assignments and opportunities that Oneida County Sheriff’s Office provides are as follows:
• Detective Bureau
• Regional Special Response Team (SRT)*
• Multiple School Liaison Positions
• Dive Team*
• Northcentral Drug Enforcement Group (NORDEG)
• North East Mobile Field Force Team (NEMFF)
• Drone Operations
• Recreational Safety (Boat, Snowmobile, UTV/ATV)
• Community Oriented Policing Services
• Drug Recognition Expert
• Crisis Negotiations*
• Project Lifesaver
• Internet Crimes Against Children Task Force (ICAC)
• Honor Guard
• Unified Tactical Instructors*
• Field Training Officer*
• Threat Assessment Task Force
• Drug Abuse Resistance Education (D.A.R.E.)*
* Special Assignments that qualify for special activity pay and for every five hours of special activity worked, one-hour of regular pay is added on top of the regular wage.
Feel free to reach out to any of the current Field Training Officer’s below regarding day to day operations, benefits and any other questions regarding The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office.
• Sergeant Anton Keelin Email: [email protected] Phone: 715-493-0561
• Deputy Sara Wolosek Email: [email protected] Phone: 715-490-1602
• Deputy Tim Johnson Email: [email protected] Phone: 715-493-0537
• Deputy Mitch Ellis Email: [email protected] Phone: 715-493-0556
• Deputy Brian Keller Email: [email protected] Phone: 715-493-0542
Successful applicants will be required to pass a physical agility test, oral interview, pre-employment drug screen and medical exam, psychological assessment and background check. Applicants selected to move forward in the process must be available June 18, 2021 for testing and interviews.
Job description and required Sheriff’s Office application is available on our website at www.co.oneida.wi.us. Completed Sheriff’s Office application should be submitted to Oneida County LRES (Personnel), P.O. Box 400, 1 S. Oneida Ave., Rhinelander, WI 54501 or emailed to [email protected] by 12:00 p.m. on June 3, 2021.
***Application note: If certified please indicate your date of certification on the bottom of page one.
Oneida County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.