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Friend of the Court - Accounts Supervisor 
Full-Time (Non-Exempt)
Wage:  $16.20 - $17.17 per hour DOQ (Level 6)

DESCRIPTION:   
Under the direction of the Friend of the Court, serves as principal accountant for the Friend of the Court for all financial records. This position maintains the system by which child support payments are distributed and accounted for, including balancing and reconciling all accounts. Verifies daily deposits, cash receipts and disbursements. Process tax intercept system. Serves as accounts payable clerk. Reconciles the bank account, conducts detailed account audits and prepares financial reports required by the State.

QUALIFICATIONS:  High school graduation or equivalent. Prefer advanced coursework in accounting. Two years of accounting/bookkeeping experience with at least one year of experience in an office of the Friend of the Court or closely related setting.

REQUIRED SKILLS:  Good written and verbal communication skills and experience in an office setting. Requires a detailed oriented self-starter to handle accounting for child support in domestic relations cases.

Interested applicants should send a resume, letter of interest, and county application by October 7, 2022, to Osceola County Friend of the Court, P.O. Box 135, Reed City, MI 49677.  EOE

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18th Probate/Family Court - Probate Register 
Full-Time (Non-Exempt)
Wage:  $17.86 – $18.93 per Hour DOQ (Level 8)

DESCRIPTION:  
Under the supervision of the Probate/Family Court Administrator, assumes responsibility for the performance of non-judicial acts required of the probate court as permitted by statute, including but not limited to intake, review, processing and filing of legal documents pertaining to estates, commitments, guardianships, adoptions, and other probate matters. Assists the Judge with the administrative functions of the division, as needed.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES, AND MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:  
Educational Requirements:  Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent.  Some college level coursework in business or public administration, data processing, accounting, and related areas. 
Experience: Prefer experience in a probate court or closely related setting performing functions providing a working knowledge of the Estates and Protected Individuals Code and Michigan Court Rules.  Experience must include working knowledge of data processing systems.
Other Requirements:  Valid Michigan Operator’s License, ability to respond to emergencies or service needs on a 24-hour basis.

Interested applicants should send a resume and letter of interest to Mrs. Heather Streicher, Osceola County Probate/Family Court, 410 West Upton, Reed City, MI 49677. Preferred by 9/26/22, but position open until filled. EOE

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Deputy County Clerk
Full-Time (Non-Exempt)
Wage:  $16.20 – $17.17 per Hour DOQ (Level 6)

DESCRIPTION:  Under the supervision of the County Clerk or their designee, receives, processes and records documents for births, deaths, marriages and other records processed by the office of the County Clerk.  Assists customers at the counter and by telephone by responding to inquires related to vital records, Circuit Court, other documents, and procedures maintained at the Clerk’s office.  Also prepares certified copies of same.  At the direction of the Circuit Court Clerk may be assisting with Circuit Court data entry, filing, attending court hearings and other duties as assigned regarding the court. 

QUALIFICATIONS:  High School Diploma or its equivalent.  Three years of legal experience preferred.  Knowledge of the principles and practices of court operations in a supporting role.  Knowledge of Customer Service skills.  Ability to use a variety of office equipment and software packages.  Skill in assembling and analyzing data, preparing comprehensive and accurate reports.  Ability to assess situations, solve problems, work effectively under stress, within deadlines, and in emergency situations.  Ability to attend meetings scheduled at times other than normal business hours.

Interested applicants should send a resume and application to Tracey Cochran, Osceola County Clerk, 301 W. Upton Ave., Reed City, MI 49677.  Position open until filled.  EOE

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Parks Commission
Paid Seasonal and Volunteer Personnel - Rose Lake and Crittenden County Parks

DESCRIPTION:  Osceola County Parks is seeking both paid seasonal and volunteer personnel at Rose Lake and Crittenden County Parks for the 2022 camping season. The jobs require employment from April through September and until parks are closed for the season. The positions are salaried and include a campsite with water and electric. Jobs require summer residence at the park in your recreational vehicle.
Rose Lake Park  is seeking Maintenance workers for seasonal (6 months) positions, 40 hours per week, starting salary $13,853 DOQ,  Click here for a complete job description for Osceola County Parks Maintenance.

Email Osceola County Parks Department at oscparks@live.com for further information and for application submission.  Click here for an application.


Animal Control Office Manager/Deputy Animal Control Officer
Part-Time (20 hours per week average)
Wage:  $14.69 - $15.58 per Hour DOQ (Level 4)

DESCRIPTION:  Under the supervision of the Animal Control Director, regularly responds to customer inquiries, public telephone calls and visitors of the Animal Control Department.  Signs in and adopts out animals, sells licenses and collects various fees.  Enters information on departmental activities in the computer.  Prepares correspondence, maintains records, prepares reports, and performs a variety of other support functions.  May also serve as an Animal Control Officer that includes enforcing state laws, animal control functions and issuing citations for violations.  Responds to citizen complaints regarding animals and picks up stray animals (dogs or if a public danger situation exists may include some types of livestock).  Investigates and follows up on charges of animal abuse and performs daily custodial duties as required. 

QUALIFICATIONS:  Requires High School graduation or equivalent, prefer some advanced coursework in computer operations and software (Microsoft Word, Excel, Access).  Requires two years prior experience in a secretarial/office support capacity including customer services, maintaining confidentiality, bookkeeping and computer operations.  Prefer prior work with animals and/or law enforcement.  Prefer certification with the Department of Agriculture as an Animal Control Officer.  If not certified, required to complete 100 hours of training to become certified by the Department of Agriculture.  Must be or obtain Certification as a Euthanasia Technician.  Prefer possession of a valid CPL and certified to use pepper spray.  Must possess a valid Michigan Driver’s license and maintain good driving record.

Interested applicants should send a resume or fill out an application for submission to Michelle Kuz, Animal Control Director, 502 N. Savidge Street, Reed City, MI 49677.  Questions please contact (231) 832-5790 or extension 792.  Position open until filled.  EOE

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C.O.A. Home Health Aides (Countywide)
Part-Time (Up to 29 hrs/wk) (Non-Exempt)
Wage:  $13.99 - $14.83 per Hour DOQ (Level 3) 

DESCRIPTION:  Under the supervision of the Services Coordinator, provides personal care services and assists homebound clients with daily living activities according to detailed care plan.  Observes clients, takes vital signs, and provides hands on care.  Other services include, but are not limited to, Respite Care and Light Homemaking.  Flexible schedule with no weekends.  Limited benefits including sick time available.  Mileage reimbursement at current IRS rate provided. 

This position may be called upon to do any or all of the following essential functions.  The examples do not include all of the duties which the employee may be expected to perform, such as:   

  • Follows Registered Nurse instructions for Home Health Aide tasks, including but not limited to: vital signs, plan of treatment, monitoring medications, and environmental conditions.
  • Assists with light homemaking such as vacuuming, dusting, mopping floors, cleaning bathrooms and kitchens, making beds, laundry and maintaining a safe environment. 
  • Utilizes observation, reporting and recording skills. 
  • Complies with HIPAA.
  • Competent in allowing the client to be as independent as possible, taking into consideration his/her limitations. 
  • Adheres to monthly calendar as supplied by Services Coordinator.
  • Must have dependable transportation.
  • Ability to manage day to day operations with minimal supervision.
  • Performs other duties as directed.
QUALIFICATIONS:  High School Diploma or GED.  Prefer CENA or some advanced coursework in nursing.  Experience working with seniors preferred but not required.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:  While performing the duties of this job, the employee primarily works in the field.  The employee may be required to communicate in person and by telephone, read regular and small print, view and produce written and electronic documents and enter data on a computer keyboard with repetitive keystrokes.  The employee must be mobile in the field, able to stand, sit, stoop and kneel, use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms.  The employee must lift or push/pull objects of up to 15 lbs. without assistance.  Accommodation will be made, as needed, for employees required to lift or move objects that exceed this weight.

Interested applicants should send a resume to Director Justin Halladay, Osceola County Commission on Aging, 732 W. 7th St., P.O. Box 594, Evart, MI  49631.  Positions open until filled.  EOE

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C.O.A. Homemakers (Countywide)
Part-Time (Up to 29 hrs/wk) (Non-Exempt)
Wage:  $13.32 - $14.12 per Hour DOQ (Level 2)

DESCRIPTION:  Under the supervision of the Services Coordinator, provides homemaking services designed to assist seniors in the performing of routine household activities to maintain an adequate living environment for the client.  Services include, but are not limited to, Respite Care and Light Homemaking.  Flexible schedule with no weekends.  Limited benefits including sick time available.  Mileage reimbursement at current IRS rate provided. 

This position may be called upon to do any or all of the following essential functions.  The examples do not include all of the duties which the employee may be expected to perform, such as:   

  • Assists with light homemaking such as vacuuming, dusting, mopping floors, cleaning bathrooms and kitchens, making beds, laundry and maintaining a safe environment. 
  • Utilizes observation, reporting and recording skills. 
  • Complies with HIPAA.
  • Competent in allowing the client to be as independent as possible, taking into consideration his/her limitations. 
  • Adheres to monthly calendar as supplied by Services Coordinator.
  • Must have dependable transportation.
  • Ability to manage day to day operations with minimal supervision.
  • Performs other duties as directed.

QUALIFICATIONS:  High School Diploma or GED.  Experience working with seniors preferred but not required.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:  While performing the duties of this job, the employee primarily works in the field.  The employee may be required to communicate in person and by telephone, read regular and small print, view and produce written and electronic documents and enter data on a computer keyboard with repetitive keystrokes.  The employee must be mobile in the field, able to stand, sit, stoop and kneel, use hands to finger, handle, or feel and reach with hands and arms.  The employee must lift or push/pull objects of up to 15 lbs. without assistance.  Accommodation will be made, as needed, for employees required to lift or move objects that exceed this weight.

Interested applicants should send a resume to Director Justin Halladay, Osceola County Commission on Aging, 732 W. 7th St., P.O. Box 594, Evart, MI  49631.  Positions open until filled.  EOE

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EMT - Basic
Full Time (Non-Exempt) 
Salary: $17.00 - $19.14  per hour DOQ

DESCRIPTION:   
Under the supervision of the Emergency Medical Services Director or their designee serves as part of a professional medical crew responsible for initial patient assessment and treatment in emergent and non-emergent pre-hospital patient care situations.  Must be able to perform life-saving functions without the resources that are normally available in the “in-house” setting.  Must act appropriately using his/her own discretion to maintain control and organization of pre-hospital scenes while following written/verbal Medical Control protocols/orders.  Performs initial and on-going assessment of each patient.  Collects data on patients for making accurate diagnosis and implements appropriate medical protocols.  Collects data as well as for billing purposes.  Collaborates with other health care professionals and participates in educational processes. Two 24-hour shifts a week with benefits.    

QUALIFICATIONS:  

Licensure/Certification Requirements:

  • Michigan EMT-Basic Licensure
  • Basic Life Support Certification
  • Trauma Life Support Certification Preferred

Other Requirements:

  • Must be able to work in collaboration with all segments of the population, both private and public.
  • Maintain positive relationships within E.M.S. field.
  • Respect the needs and rights of co-workers, patients and the public.
  • Maintain a high degree of confidentiality.
  • Possess a valid Michigan Vehicle Operator’s License.

Interested applicants should send a resume and/or completed application to Steve Young, Osceola E.M.S. Director, 306 N. Patterson Road, Reed City, MI 49677. Position open until filled.  EOE

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EMT - Basic
Pool (Non-Exempt) 
Salary: $20 per hour

DESCRIPTION: 
Under the supervision of the Emergency Medical Services Director or their designee serves as part of a professional medical crew responsible for initial patient assessment and treatment in emergent and non-emergent pre-hospital patient care situations.  Must be able to perform life-saving functions without the resources that are normally available in the “in-house” setting.  Must act appropriately using his/her own discretion to maintain control and organization of pre-hospital scenes while following written/verbal Medical Control protocols/orders.  Performs initial and on-going assessment of each patient.  Collects data on patients for making accurate diagnosis and implements appropriate medical protocols.  Collects data as well as for billing purposes.  Collaborates with other health care professionals and participates in educational processes. 12 or 24-hour shifts available.     

QUALIFICATIONS: 

Licensure/Certification Requirements:

  • Michigan EMT-Basic Licensure
  • Basic Life Support Certification
  • Trauma Life Support Certification Preferred

Other Requirements:

  • Must be able to work in collaboration with all segments of the population, both private and public.
  • Maintain positive relationships within E.M.S. field.
  • Respect the needs and rights of co-workers, patients and the public.
  • Maintain a high degree of confidentiality.
  • Possess a valid Michigan Vehicle Operator’s License.

Interested applicants should send a resume and/or completed application to Steve Young, Osceola E.M.S. Director, 306 N. Patterson Road, Reed City, MI 49677. Position open until filled.  EOE

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Paramedic 
Full Time (Non-Exempt)
Salary: $22.66 - $25.50 per hour DOQ

DESCRIPTION: 
Under the supervision of the Emergency Medical Services Director or their designee serves as part of a professional medical crew responsible for initial patient assessment and treatment in emergent and non-emergent pre-hospital patient care situations.  Must be able to perform life-saving functions without the resources that are normally available in the “in-house” setting.  Must act appropriately using his/her own discretion to maintain control and organization of pre-hospital scenes while following written/verbal Medical Control protocols/orders.  Performs initial and on-going assessment of each patient.  Collects data on patients for making accurate diagnosis and implements appropriate medical protocols.  Collects data as well as for billing purposes.  Collaborates with other health care professionals and participates in educational processes. Two 24-hour shifts a week with benefits.     

QUALIFICATIONS: 

Licensure/Certification Requirements:

  • Michigan Paramedic Licensure
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certification
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support Certification
  • Trauma Life Support Certification

Other Requirements:

  • Must be able to work in collaboration with all segments of the population, both private and public.
  • Maintain positive relationships within E.M.S. field.
  • Respect the needs and rights of co-workers, patients and the public.
  • Maintain a high degree of confidentiality.
  • Possess a valid Michigan Vehicle Operator’s License.

Interested applicants should send a resume and/or completed application to Steve Young, Osceola E.M.S. Director, 306 N. Patterson Road, Reed City, MI 49677. Position open until filled.  EOE

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Paramedic
Pool (Non-Exempt)
Salary:  $35 per hour

DESCRIPTION: 
Under the supervision of the Emergency Medical Services Director or their designee serves as part of a professional medical crew responsible for initial patient assessment and treatment in emergent and non-emergent pre-hospital patient care situations.  Must be able to perform life-saving functions without the resources that are normally available in the “in-house” setting.  Must act appropriately using his/her own discretion to maintain control and organization of pre-hospital scenes while following written/verbal Medical Control protocols/orders.  Performs initial and on-going assessment of each patient.  Collects data on patients for making accurate diagnosis and implements appropriate medical protocols.  Collects data as well as for billing purposes.  Collaborates with other health care professionals and participates in educational processes. 12 and 24-hour shifts available.

QUALIFICATIONS:
 

Licensure/Certification Requirements:

  • Michigan Paramedic Licensure
  • Advanced Cardiac Life Support Certification
  • Pediatric Advanced Life Support Certification
  • Trauma Life Support Certification

Other Requirements:

  • Must be able to work in collaboration with all segments of the population, both private and public.
  • Maintain positive relationships within E.M.S. field.
  • Respect the needs and rights of co-workers, patients and the public.
  • Maintain a high degree of confidentiality.
  • Possess a valid Michigan Vehicle Operator’s License.

 Interested applicants should send a resume and/or completed application to Steve Young, Osceola E.M.S. Director, 306 N. Patterson Road, Reed City, MI 49677. Position open until filled.  EOE

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Jail Corrections Sergeant
Full-Time (Non-Exempt) 
Wage:  $25 per hour DOQ

The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office is seeking applicants for an anticipated Corrections Sergeant position due to be open on June 5, 2022.

DESCRIPTION:  Thoroughly experienced in departmental security and operating processes. The Sergeant serves as shift supervisor for jail operations; assures proper staffing; and oversees completion of all day-to-day shift responsibilities.  As a working leader, performs the normal duties of a corrections officer.  Supervision of the Sergeant (s) is generally received from the Jail Administrator.

Typical duties include but are not limited to:

  • Confers with prior Shift Sergeant, or senior corrections officer, to receive input on current shift activity and any unusual or irregular conditions.  Reviews status reports for additional information.
  • Makes certain that all staff personnel are on duty and normal security and service activities are operational. Makes work assignments, approves leave time, provides input on performance evaluation.
  • Provides in-house training and on-the-job (O.J.T.) to new personnel, explaining operations, methods, and need for various actions.
  • Serves as a Shift Supervisor receiving requests for information, complaints, and possible major events. Analyzes content and subject matter, and may alert higher-level personnel, as circumstances warrant.
  • Explains departmental policies/procedures and limitations to other governmental representatives, clergy, and all other interested parties, including inmates. Seeks voluntary compliance to such policies and procedures.
  • Monitors subordinate personnel activities to see that normal security checks are conducted and that inmate care standards are in keeping with the departmental policy and procedure.
  • Develops and carries out special emergency actions in light of circumstances, alerting high administrative personnel and needed service providers.
  • Compiles monthly performance records under the supervision of and to be approved by the Jail Administrator.
  • As Shift Supervisor, performs all the normal duties of a Correctional Officer.
  • Assign Correction Officers to investigate inmate complaints and incidents involving inmates.
  • Act as inmate hearing officer and assign correctional staff as hearing and investigative officer.
  • A copy of incident report involving inmates or staff is given to the Jail Administrator for review.
  • Check jail equipment request for new order of equipment given to Jail Administrator.
  • Counseling sessions concerning staff will be in writing to the Jail Administrator.
  • Inspect the facility daily.
  • Report any disciplinary problems to the Jail Administrator as necessary.
  • Make recommendation in writing to the Jail Administrator in reference to day-to-day operations or changes in SOP.
  • Assist scheduling transports, with Captain, Court Officers and Road Officers.
  • Maintain LiveScan machine.
  • Ensure that all department policies are followed by staff members.
  • Review staff daily logs daily.
QUALIFICATIONS:  High school graduation or equivalent. Prefer an Associate’s Degree in Corrections.  Two years experience as a Corrections Officer. 

Interested applicants should send a letter of interest and resume, including a completed application, to Captain Jeremy Andres, Jail Administrator, at 325 W. Upton Ave., Reed City, MI 49677 by May 30, 2022.  For questions or concerns about the job opening, please contact Captain Andres at (231) 832-2288 or via email at jail@osceolacountymi.com  . EOE 

Deputy/Court Officer-Bailiff
Part-Time (Non-Exempt) (Up to 29 hours per week)
Wage:  $17.01 - $18.04 per hour DOQ (Level 7)

DESCRIPTION:  The Osceola County Sheriff's Office is seeking applicants for the position of a part-time deputy/court officer-bailiff.  Responsibilities include but are not limited to the following - security within courtrooms and county buildings, arresting and the transporting of individuals, attesting to arrest warrants and completing incident reports. 

 QUALIFICATIONS:  The successful applicant will be at least 21 years of age, a U.S. citizen, M.C.O.L.E.S. preferred, but similar training, certification or experience could be considered.  Must possess a valid driver's license with a satisfactory driving record and not have any felony convictions. 

Interested applicants should send a resume, cover letter,  a completed  application  and a copy of M.C.O.L.E.S. certification of eligibility (if applicable) to Undersheriff Jed Avery, Sheriff's Office, 325 W. Upton Avenue, Reed City, MI 49677.  Position open until filled.  EOE


Jail Corrections Officer
Part-Time (Non-Exempt)
Wage:  $17.01 - $18.04 per Hour DOQ (Level 7)

DESCRIPTION:  It is the policy of the Osceola County Correction Facility to use part-time correctional staff resources primarily to assist the full-time staff and inmates.  The duty responsibilities that shall be performed in the Osceola County Correctional Facility by part-time correction officers or correction officers who have not received the hundred and sixty (160) hours of correctional training are as follows: assist in meeting the needs of the facility and the inmates by providing direct services and by serving as an interface between the facility, inmates, and the public.  Their primary duty is to supplement the services, activities, and functions of the full-time correction officers of this facility.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Minimum standards set by the State of Michigan include:  U.S. Citizenship, 18 years of age, High School Diploma or equivalent, valid Operator’s License, and no felony convictions.  Must have taken and passed the Michigan Sheriff’s Coordinating and Training Council written examination (test is proctored by EMPCO).  Taken and passed the Local Correctional Officer Physical Ability Test.  Prefer Associate’s Degree in corrections.  Experience as a Corrections Officer preferred but not necessary.  All correction officers shall receive local corrections officer training (160 hr) within one year of employment, plus at least twenty (20) hours of training each year. 

Interested applicants should send a resume or completed application to Jeremy Andres, Osceola County Jail Administrator, 325 West Upton Avenue, Reed City, MI, 49677.  Position open until filled.  For questions please call (231) 832-2288.  EOE

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Road Patrol Deputy
Full-Time (Non-Exempt)
Wage:  $23.08 - $24.80/hr. based on Years of Experience

DESCRIPTION:  The Osceola County Sheriff’s Office is seeking applicants for the position of a full-time Road Patrol Deputy.  The Patrol Division of the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office will provide the citizens of Osceola County with response capabilities and preventative patrols 24 hours a day, seven days a week, for the purpose of creating and maintaining a safe and secure environment for all people within the community.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

  • Respond to and render assistance to individuals who are in physical danger. 
  • Respond to and/or locate and identify criminal offenses and, where appropriate, apprehend offenders.
  • Answer requests for service as quickly as possible, utilizing available personnel in the most efficient manner according to Policy and Procedure.
  • Preserve and promote civil order within the community.
  • Through traffic enforcement and traffic control activities, facilitate the safe movement of vehicles and people within Osceola County.
  • Transportation of inmates to and from the Osceola County Jail.
  • Service of civil papers i.e. subpoenas, PPO’s, etc.
  • Complete incident reports on all complaints handled.
  • He/she is also responsible for keeping stats on their activities.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Must be an M.C.O.L.E.S. certified/certifiable law enforcement officer who has completed the basic police academy training.   Applicant must be at least 21 years of age and have a clean criminal record with no felony convictions.  Must have a valid Michigan operator’s license. 

Application should be sent with a resume, cover letter and copy of M.C.O.L.E.S. certification of eligibility to the Sheriff’s Office, 325 W. Upton Avenue, Reed City, MI  49677.  Position open until filled.  EOE

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School Resource Officer
Full-Time (Non-Exempt)
Wage:  $23.08 – 24.16 /hr. Based on Years of Experience

DESCRIPTION:  The School Resource Officer (SRO) stands at the front line of the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office efforts to provide police services at our local schools. The purpose of this position is to reduce criminal incidents involving school aged youth by establishing a positive mentoring relationship with students, and by working closely with school staff to provide a safe and secure  school environment. The SRO is to be a liaison of the Osceola County Sheriff’s Office to our local school system.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:

The duties of the School Resource Officer are geared primarily toward prevention, rather than apprehension, of juvenile
  • To improve law enforcement’s image and educate students through:
    1. Presentations in classrooms and school assemblies (these presentations can be on issues of  criminal law, search and seizure, the juvenile justice system, boater’s safety, ORV safety, drug education, or any other areas relating to the criminal justice system; or non-technical matters such as careers, the school environment and decision-making)
    2. Classroom visitations
    3. Attendance at various school activities
  • Police School Resource Officers will receive and investigate complaints involving students and schools during the course of the school day, and any after-hours school related events
  • To assist school administrators in the investigation of criminal law violations such as  thefts, break-ins, assaults,
  • To assist school personnel in supervising after-school and evening activities involving students
  • Work days will be scheduled so the officer is present during regular school attendance hours and can be adjusted to cover any after school activities wherein the officer may need to be present.  Hours worked not to exceed 42 hours per week or 84 hours per pay period.  The School Resource Officer will be allowed to take vacations during the school
  • The School Resource Officer will be primarily assigned to one of the following school systems within Osceola County: Evart Public Schools, Marion Public Schools, Pine River Area Schools, or Reed City Public Schools. The Resource Officer will, however, provide services to other school districts both public and private, which are located within the jurisdiction of the During school breaks the officer will be assigned duties pursuant to departmental needs.
  • The SRO will be required to attend a monthly meeting with command staff and other SROs within the The objective of this meeting is to share information and give briefings to command staff.

QUALIFICATIONS:  Must be an M.C.O.L.E.S. certified/certifiable Law Enforcement Officer who has completed the basic police academy training.  Applicant must be at least 21 years of age and have a clean criminal record with no felony convictions.  Must have a valid Michigan operator’s license.  A completed application should be sent with a resume, cover letter and copy of M.C.O.L.E.S. certification of eligibility to the Sheriff’s Office, 325 W. Upton Avenue, Reed City, MI 49677. Applications being accepted until October 15, 2022 or until positions are filled.

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