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Wednesday, 18 February 2015 10:44

The Millard County Sheriff’s Office is currently creating an employment roster for Corrections and Law Enforcement Certified Deputy Sheriff positions. This roster may be used to fill current and future employment openings with the Millard County Sheriff’s Office. These Deputies perform correctional and law enforcement duties for the citizens of Millard County and the State of Utah under Utah Code and Sheriff’s Office Policy & Procedures.


Positions description includes, but is not limited to:


  • Scheduled shift work and weekends
  • Subject to call-outs and emergencies
  • Perform correctional duties in 107 bed jail (corrections)
  • Perform law enforcement duties (law enforcement)
  • Perform investigative, evidentiary, reporting, and testimony functions
  • Interact with other law enforcement, State & Federal agencies
  • Work within existing State & Federal law, case law & policies
  • Submit to and pass random drug testing
  • Other duties as assigned


Minimum eligibility requirements include, but are not limited to:


  • 21 years of age or older
  • High School graduate or equivalent
  • U.S. citizen at time of employment
  • Completed Sheriff’s Office employment application
  • Possess valid Utah Driver License
  • Successfully pass National Police Officer Selection Test (publicsafety.utah.gov/post/prospective/entrance_exam.html)
  • Successfully pass Millard County pre-employment physical testing
  • Successfully pass pre-employment drug screening
  • Successfully pass background check
  • May be required to pass pre-employment firearms qualification test
  • May be required to pass polygraph or voice stress analysis test
  • May be required to pass psychological screening test


Preference may be given to applicants with current Utah Corrections or Peace Officer certification. Successful applicants not currently certified as Corrections or Peace Officers will be trained. Applications are available at www.millardsheriff.org, or in person at the Millard County Sheriff’s Office, 765 South Hwy 99 Fillmore, Utah 84631. Salary will be determined by the Sheriff and County Commission based on current policies.


Closing date for this application will be 5:00 pmMarch 13, 2015. Applications received or postmarked after the closing date will not be accepted. Applicants will be notified by mail of applicable testing dates, times, and locations.


MillardCounty is an equal opportunity employer


Employment With The Millard County Sheriff's Office
Saturday, 07 June 2008 04:22

Thank you for your interest in working with the Millard County Sheriff's Office! All positions require attaining and maintaining access certifications by the Sheriff's Office, State, and Federal agencies for criminal history databases and associated communications systems, unless otherwise noted.

To be considered for employment, please download the application form and submit it to the front desk when completed. (This document requires the free Adobe Acrobat Reader.)
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Millard County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Wednesday, 06 October 2010 15:41

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Failure of the P.O.S.T. Academy Entrance Exam
No less than Honorable Discharge from Military
Felony Convictions
No Misdemeanor Conviction for Crimes involving Violence, Drugs, & Moral Turpitude
Failure of the Medical Examination
Crimes involving Dishonesty
Crimes involving Unlawful Sexual Conduct
Crimes involving Physical Violence
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