Records Clerk

Description : RECORDS CLERK SHERIFF'S OFFICE

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There are currently no openings we are doing testing to establish a roster for any future openings.

JOB OBJECTIVES:
Provides clerical support to contribute to the effectiveness of the department. This position reports to the Chief Civil Deputy.

The Records Department controls all documentation relating to investigations, issuance of concealed pistol licenses, entry of protection orders into WACIC and NCIC and civil process. State law requires that privacy and security of all records be maintained in the most effective manner possible. Additionally, orderly maintenance of records is the only way to insure that information is correct and complete in content and accessible to proper officers and/or agencies.
The Evidence Clerk function, under the direction of the Division Head, receives, collects, preserves, catalogs, stores and disposes of materials and property seized as evidence for criminal scene processing and maintains related records and files, and manages the Bio Hazard function for Sheriff and Correctional facility.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• 21 years of age
• Eligible to work in the United States
• High School graduate or equivalent (G.E.D.)
• Typing skills
• Computer skills
• Filing skills
• Valid Washington State Driver’s license

Applicant cannot have been convicted of any felonies. Background investigation, psychological and polygraph exams conducted on successful candidates. Hiring is provisional, based on outcome of psychological evaluation.
DESIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
• Bi-lingual Spanish
• Prior clerical experience

 

Beginning wage is $3329-$3736 per month. Benefit package includes: Medical, dental, basic life and long term disability insurance. Employer/employee retirement with options for deferred compensation. Employer funded HRA-Veba. Paid annual and sick leave accruals at 8 hours per month each to start. Eleven paid holidays and 1 floating holiday.

Please submit a resume, cover letter and a Civil Service Application. Records testing is $20. Applications must be received by February 22, 2024 in order to test on February 24, 2024. For more information go to okanogancounty.org and click on Job Opportunities or contact Chief Examiner Vicky Poole at 509-422-7169.   EOE

Contact : Vicky Poole Chief Examiner
509-422-7169
vpoole@co.okanogan.wa.us

Deadline for Applying : Open until filled