PLEASE NOTE THE FOLLOWING:
Required social distancing guidelines will be adhered to during the selection and hiring process.
This job posting does not apply to lateral applicants. Lateral applicants should apply to the Deputy Marshal-Lateral Applicants Only job posting.
Employees who attain or possess an Intermediate POST certificate are eligible to receive a 4.5% salary stipend.
Employees who attain or possess an Advanced POST certificate are eligible to received an additional 3.5% salary stipend, for a maximum of 8.0% above base salary.
A $700 clothing allowance will be provided each year.
Under general supervision, serves warrants of arrest issued by the Court; serves as Court Bailiff; performs related work as required to expedite the business of the Court or the Marshal’s office; and performs general law enforcement duties as may be required by any peace officer.
This is the sworn and journey level in the Deputy Marshal class series. A Deputy Marshal may be assigned to Court Bailiff or perimeter security and is expected to perform with proficiency and sound judgment in either capacity.
EXAMPLE OF DUTIES:
Must be attending or graduated from a California Law Enforcement Academy approved by the Commission on Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST), and/or possess current POST certification.
Any combination of education and experience sufficient to directly demonstrate possession and application of the following knowledge and abilities.
For Entry Level
Basic principles and practices of law enforcement; basic rules and regulations of the Marshal’s office; basic civil procedures and processes; pertinent laws, codes, and regulations regarding the serving and execution of warrants of arrest; procedures and the arrest and custody of prisoners; and care and operation of small firearms and other law enforcement equipment.
Laws pertaining to search and seizure, arrest, and interrogation of suspects; rules of evidence and basic criminal law; techniques of criminal investigation; and operational and security court procedures in criminal and civil cases.
Demonstrate keen powers of observation and memory; make independent decisions while working in the field; make forcible arrests and deal effectively with prisoners; analyze situations accurately and adopt effective courses of action; control, direct, and instruct inmates individually and in large groups; carry out the direction of the bench officer in executing Court business and maintain order in the courtroom and other Court facilities; write clear and comprehensive reports; understand and carry out oral and written directions, regulations, and departmental policies; qualify with handguns, rifles, and shotguns; establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with fellow employees and the general public; testify in court effectively; stand, walk, and remain alert for long periods of time; and operate law enforcement emergency vehicles in all weather conditions, as well as driving in congested areas and high-speed pursuits.