Only positions posted are available
Once the hiring freeze has been removed, and/or positions become available all applications currently on file will be reviewed.
How to become a Law Enforcement Officer (Comparative Compliance)
Equal Employment Opportunity Plan
EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION PACKAGE DOWNLOAD
Fill in the blanks and print out, return to the Sheriff's Office with all applicable paperwork. Application is in printable PDF Format pdf. Some versions of Adobe Acrobat Reader will only print the first page. To resolve this problem, after clicking on Print, click on the Advanced button and then checkmark "print as image."
Current Job Openings:
The Flagler County Sheriff's Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Our Human Resources division is dedicated to recruiting personnel of various cultural and diverse backgrounds which reflect the community.
The Flagler County Sheriff's Office (FCSO) employs over two hundred and fifty (250) employees in various positions: (SWORN) - law enforcement (Road and Corrections) and NON-SWORN - communications and administrative. Volunteer services such as Police Athletic League (PAL) and Citizens Observer Program (COP) also come under the auspices of the Flagler County Sheriff's Office.
Applications are available at our Operations Center, any of our Substations or via the web. We do not accept a resume in lieu of an application unless an exception is stated for the position in question. We will gladly accept your resume as part of your application packet. Applications packets can be downloaded from www.myfcso.us. PLEASE no original documents.
In order to become an officer with our department, you must be Florida Certified in Law Enforcement. If you are certified outside of the state of Florida, you may be eligible to become Florida Certified without taking the six month course in Law Enforcement. This is the procedure you may follow in order to see what type of additional training you will need to become Florida Certified.
- Contact FDLE (800) 342-0820 Regarding applying for Comparative
- Compliance and for Standards & Training
- You may be asked to provide 98 hours of high liability training
- You will be required to take the State Examination.
Law Enforcement (Road Deputy or Detention Deputy) positions are considered open positions and remain on the web year round. All other positions are posted on the web for thirty days or until the position has been filled. If any applications are received after the closing date they are placed on file and are kept for two years. If a position opens which you find of interest, you may contact human resources to have your application retrieved and reviewed. It is the applicant's responsibility, to ensure information is current (education, address, telephone number, etc).