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Open Position

Position: Jail Administrator

Overall Responsibilities: Oversee the safe and secure operation of the county jail under the Sheriff.  Manage and supervise four primary leadership positions: Jail Sergeant and three Shift Supervisors (Corporals); and jail deputies.  Also has shared responsibilities for the jail kitchen and nurse.

Qualifications: High school graduate or equivalent; POST certified; must pass a thorough background check; and an ability to successfully complete additional specialized training.  College degree and management experience preferred.  Background in Corrections, Law Enforcement, Administration, Chain of command, computer skills and oversee 25-30 employees.

Duties: Plans, organizes, coordinates and supervises the jail and administrative activities of the jail for the Sheriff.  Advises the Sheriff and other officials on matters pertaining to jail management and security, booking procedures, prisoner transportation, classification, food service, discipline, health maintenance, inventory control, release procedures, jail logs and staff supervision along with other functions.  Supervises jail sergeant, shift supervisors and jail deputies; including counseling, training, development training and other personnel matters.  Ensure the safe, secure and fair treatment of inmates; while ensuring access to the courts.  Plans, coordinates, supervises and participates in research activities to improve jail services.  Provides information for the preparation of the department’s jail budget and in administration of allocation of funds.  Reviews and approves automated time sheets for staff, reviews and approves Use of Force, Inmate Disciplinary Problems and Ad-Seg reports.  Reviews staff counseling and provides recommendations to the Sheriff.  Appraises work conditions and takes the necessary steps to improve jail facility operations.  Provides and complete information for various County, State and Federal reports and surveys.  Cooperates with County, State, Federal and Municipal Officials in the management and detention of incarcerated personnel.  Responsible for the interviewing and hiring of new deputies.  Performs related duties as required by the Sheriff.

Other Functions: Working knowledge of internal inmate phone and security systems to provide calls and video information to investigators and prosecuting attorney; and to investigate internal incidents.  Working knowledge of the principals, standards and practices of modern law enforcement and corrections administration.  Understanding of police records, management and use of records in managing a jail facility.  Understand the functions of other governmental jurisdictions and agencies as they relate to police work and corrections.  Maintain a high level of discipline and morale.

Assist the department in its duties of law enforcement outside the jail when needed.  Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other county officials, state and federal authorities, civic leaders and the public.  Ability to effectively represent the jail to the public through tours and/or presentations to community groups.  Possess a valid Missouri Operator’s License.

Availability: 24/7 in support of the jail facility and the department.

Deliver resume to:                           Sheriff Daniel R. Bullock

1550 Doubet Rd.

or                                            Farmington, Missouri 63640

Email resume to:                              sheriff@sfcsd.org

St. Francois County Sheriff’s Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer


St. Francois County Sheriff’s Office is currently seeking qualified candidates for the position of Deputy Sheriff.  Please complete the application below and deliver it to the Sheriff’s Office at 1550 Doubet Rd., Farmington, MO 63640.


Positions Available

Deputy Sheriff / Jail Detention

Requirements: Requirements and Salary information is being revised at this time.  Sorry for any inconvenience.

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We will be continually accepting applications until all positions are filled.


Position: Jail Administrator

Overall Responsibilities: Oversee the safe and secure operation of the county jail under the Sheriff.  Manage and supervise four primary leadership positions: Jail Sergeant and three Shift Supervisors (Corporals); and jail deputies.  Also has shared responsibilities for the jail kitchen and nurse.

Qualifications: High school graduate or equivalent; POST certified; must pass a thorough background check; and an ability to successfully complete additional specialized training.  College degree and management experience preferred.  Background in Corrections, Law Enforcement, Administration, Chain of command, computer skills and oversee 25-30 employees.

Duties: Plans, organizes, coordinates and supervises the jail and administrative activities of the jail for the Sheriff.  Advises the Sheriff and other officials on matters pertaining to jail management and security, booking procedures, prisoner transportation, classification, food service, discipline, health maintenance, inventory control, release procedures, jail logs and staff supervision along with other functions.  Supervises jail sergeant, shift supervisors and jail deputies; including counseling, training, development training and other personnel matters.  Ensure the safe, secure and fair treatment of inmates; while ensuring access to the courts.  Plans, coordinates, supervises and participates in research activities to improve jail services.  Provides information for the preparation of the department’s jail budget and in administration of allocation of funds.  Reviews and approves automated time sheets for staff, reviews and approves Use of Force, Inmate Disciplinary Problems and Ad-Seg reports.  Reviews staff counseling and provides recommendations to the Sheriff.  Appraises work conditions and takes the necessary steps to improve jail facility operations.  Provides and complete information for various County, State and Federal reports and surveys.  Cooperates with County, State, Federal and Municipal Officials in the management and detention of incarcerated personnel.  Responsible for the interviewing and hiring of new deputies.  Performs related duties as required by the Sheriff.

Other Functions: Working knowledge of internal inmate phone and security systems to provide calls and video information to investigators and prosecuting attorney; and to investigate internal incidents.  Working knowledge of the principals, standards and practices of modern law enforcement and corrections administration.  Understanding of police records, management and use of records in managing a jail facility.  Understand the functions of other governmental jurisdictions and agencies as they relate to police work and corrections.  Maintain a high level of discipline and morale.

Assist the department in its duties of law enforcement outside the jail when needed.  Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with other county officials, state and federal authorities, civic leaders and the public.  Ability to effectively represent the jail to the public through tours and/or presentations to community groups.  Possess a valid Missouri Operator’s License.

Availability: 24/7 in support of the jail facility and the department.

Deliver resume to:                           Sheriff Daniel R. Bullock

1550 Doubet Rd.

or                                            Farmington, Missouri 63640

Email resume to:                              sheriff@sfcsd.org

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