Flagler County Sheriff’s Office is looking for an dynamic, energetic and progressive leader for the Court and Detention Services Division. Flagler County is located on the Atlantic coast of NE Florida between Daytona Beach and Jacksonville. Flagler County is the 9th fastest growing County in Florida and with a population of 110,000 residents. The population is expected to double by 2050. The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office has been the only full-service law enforcement agency in Flagler County for over 100 years. We have over 300 professionals and are proud to be four-diamond accredited in Law Enforcement, Corrections, Tele-communications, and Ethics. The Sheriff Perry Hall Detention Facility is comprised of 15 housing units with a capacity of 400 inmates. The Detention Facility was expanded in 2015 with a new 172-bed men’s pod. The existing jail was refurbished for use as the women’s pod. As part of the expansion, classrooms, a new booking facility, medical area, kitchen and laundry were built. The ADP of the facility averages between 190-225 to a high of 260. There is 24/7 contracted medical staff. The facility does not hold juvenile offenders.
The Chief of the Court and Detention Services Division of the Flagler County Sheriff’s Office is the executive level leader of the Sheriff Perry Hall Inmate Detention Facility and FCSO’s Court Services Section, which includes Court Security, Bailiffs, Civil/Judicial Process and Fugitive Unit.
Proven record of success in senior management - excellent analytical abilities and pro-active problem solving skills. Must have proven ability to create and sustain a positive organizational culture, build and sustain high performing teams, and continually achieve major goals and measurable objectives.
Associate’s Degree required, Bachelor’s degree preferred, Master’s Degree highly preferred. Must be from an accredited institution in a managerial or criminal justice discipline (e.g. Public Administration, Business Administration, Non-Profit Administration, Criminology) or related field.
Florida State Certification as a corrections officer.
Significant experience in a Correctional Facility at a leadership level required. Leadership experience in a Florida County Jail Facility preferred. Experience in a correctional facility with an inmate population of 200 ADP or more preferred.
How to apply: Email your resume to: HR@flaglersheriff.com. Resumes must be received no later than September 10, 2019.
About Flagler County Sheriff's Office
The Flagler County Sheriff’s Office has been the only full-service law enforcement agency in Flagler County for over 100 years. We have over 300 professionals and are proud to be four-diamond accredited in Law Enforcement, Corrections, Tele-communications, and Ethics.