Ada County Sheriff's Office.

The Ada County Sheriff's Office is the largest local law enforcement agency in Idaho.  The Ada County Sheriff's Office is committed to giving every citizen the best possible service. Our main goal is to ensure Ada County is a safe place to live, work, and play.  We do that by focusing on the causes of crime, encouraging community participation, and making the best possible use of existing resources. Ada County Sheriff’s Office deputies patrol unincorporated Ada County and the cities of Eagle, Kuna and Star. Ada County Sheriff’s employees also manage and staff the 1,224-bed Ada County Jail, run the county-wide 911 emergency dispatch center and fulfill a variety of statutory and cooperative duties. ACSO employees also issue driver's licenses and concealed weapons permits, patrol county waterways, and serve civil process from the courts.

Ada County Sheriff's Office. Boise, ID, USA
Nov 05, 2018
Full time
General Summary Performs a variety of administrative duties in support for the operations of the Sheriff's Office. Creates, uses, and maintains a wide variety of records systems. Reads and interprets documents to ensure a complete and accurate record is maintained. Interacts extensively with law enforcement officers, the courts, attorneys, and jail management staff. Position is located in the Ada County Sheriff's Office, Administrative Services Bureau. SHIFTS:   Day, Swing, and Night
Ada County Sheriff's Office. Boise, ID, USA
Nov 05, 2018
Full time
General Summary Operates the jail's electronic security system using a control console allowing movement in and around the facility; monitors all jail radio traffic and makes appropriate radio transmissions, and performs related duties as required.  Position is located in the Ada County Sheriff's Office, Jail Services Bureau. SHIFT INFORMATION Generally, three 12-hour shifts and one 4-hour shift per week. Day shift (6:00am-6:00pm) or night shift (6:00pm-6:00am). There are two main work weeks: Sunday – Wednesday and Wednesday – Saturday. Shift pick is every four months.
Ada County Sheriff's Office. Boise, ID, USA
Nov 05, 2018
Full time
General Summary Performs professional nursing work consisting of assessments, developing plans of care and monitoring client physical condition; performs related duties as assigned.  The position is located in the Ada County Sheriff's Office, Health Services Division. SHIFT INFORMATION This position works 3 12-hour shifts per week (36 hours per week). Day shift (6:00am-6:00pm) and graveyard shift (6:00pm-6:00am) with shift pick every six months. Must be willing to work all shifts (including weekends, days, nights, holidays, etc). 10% shift differential for graveyard shift. ABOUT JAIL HEALTH SERVICES The Ada County Jail can house up to 1,217 inmates and employs over 300 staff members. Our Health Services Unit houses up to 83 patients with acute medical or mental health care needs. Our team of 35 healthcare and support professionals works hard to meet the needs of our patients. Treatment plans are based on community best practice while also recognizing the security issues unique to a correctional setting. Working closely with our security staff, our nurses are never alone with the patients and, therefore, feel very safe. Nurses use their assessment skills every day, are autonomous (while still working collaboratively), and find this career very fulfilling.
Ada County Sheriff's Office. Boise, ID, USA
Nov 05, 2018
Full time
General Summary Supervises and maintains custody of inmates and provides security for the Ada County Jail. The incumbent uses personal judgment in the performance of duties, referring unusual, unique, or complex issues to the sergeant for advice and guidance.   SHIFT INFORMATION Day shift (6:48am – 7:00pm) or Night shift (6:48pm – 7:00am). Work week is four 12-hours shifts, then four days off. Shift pick every six months. The jail is open 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. This position requires you to work weekends, nights and holidays.
Ada County Sheriff's Office. Meridian, ID, USA
Nov 05, 2018
Full time
Oversees responses to incoming law enforcement, fire suppression, and Emergency Medical Services calls; supervises the dispatching of appropriate personnel to the place of emergency or need; assists in the formulation and implementation of the 911 Center goals, objectives, and policies.