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  • Escambia County Sheriff's Office

    Anybody have any helpful info on this agency ie. Hiring process, lenght of process, pay, take home etc.. Any info would greatful..

  • #2
    http://www.escambiaso.com/employopp.aspx

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    • #3
      They start out at $32k. It should be all listed on their website. I know a narcotics detective who works there.

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      • #4
        Thanks guys. Yea I checked there website before hand not much info. Just wanted some info like on how long FTO is?

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        • #5
          the website has all the info you asked for , I suggest you check again

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          • #6
            Deputy Sheriff Trainee (Academy)
            Closing Date/Time: Continuous
            Salary: $14.38 - $21.51 Hourly
            $1,150.40 - $1,720.80 Biweekly
            $2,492.53 - $3,728.40 Monthly
            $29,910.40 - $44,740.80 Annually

            Job Type: Full-Time Shift
            Location: Escambia County Sheriff's Office, 1700 W. Leonard St., Pensacola, FL 32501, Florida


            Print Job Information | Apply


            Description Benefits Supplemental Questions

            Health and Dental coverage: PPO no cost to employee; premium subsidy for family coverage HMO 60.24/month; premium subsidy for family
            Flexible Spending Plan with pre-tax medical and dependent care costs

            Employee Assistance Program - no cost to employee or family members

            Vision coverage available

            Accident Policy available

            Intensive Care Policy available

            Long-Term Disability Policy available

            Cancer Policy available

            Florida Retirement System Pension Plan - no cost to employee; 75% after 25 years; 6 years vested

            Florida Retirement System Investment Plan - no cost to employee; 1 year vested

            $30,000 Life Insurance Policy - no cost to employee; additional life insurance coverage available

            Deferred Compensation Plans

            8 hours vacation leave / 10 hours sick leave per month

            13 Paid Holidays and 1 Personal Holiday per year

            Longevity Pay - 2% for each 5 years of continuous service

            Direct Deposit

            Sick Leave Pool

            College Tuition Reimbursement Program (A-100%, B-90%, C-80%)

            State of the Art Gymnasium at Sheriff’s Office

            Pre-Paid College Program

            Identity Theft Policy available

            Pre-Paid Legal Program available

            Uniforms and Equipment furnished

            Annual Shoe Allowance

            No state income tax in Florida

            Take Home Vehicle (based upon assignment)

            Credit Union membership available

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            • #7
              Yea sorry my computer was acting up and wouldn't open up the employment section.

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              • #8
                just FYI, I was stationed for 6 years at Eglin AFB and lived in Santa Rosa County, just outside of Escambia, and I loved it. Aside from the beautiful beaches, the people are friendly and the cost of living is lower than where I am in Broward county now. I'm currently trying to get my hands on a civilian position on base now just for these reasons. If you manage to land a SO position up there, enjoy your time there. In my opinion, it's the best place to reside in Florida.
                ~Nobody wins....
                when everyone's losing~

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                • #9
                  New sheriff, but seems to be a good one. I think the work 12's too. Starting pay matches the pay around the area.

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                  • #10
                    Do you start on the road if your certified or do they make work the court house or jail before hitting the road?

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                    • #11
                      road they have correction officers.

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                      • #12
                        You may end up in the court house for a few months if field training is backed up. Detention Deputies operate the jail, so unless your applying for a corrections position, you won't end up there.
                        "The price of freedom is eternal vigilance."

                        Thomas Jefferson

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