Valley County Sheriff's Office Undersheriff
Valley County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for the position of Undersheriff. Lateral transfers for officers having achieved the Montana Intermediate or Advanced Certification. Five or more years of experience preferred. VCSO currently has nine sworn officers including the Sheriff Elect. VCSO is an innovative office with high quality vehicles, equipment, and training. VCSO utilizes modern policing technology including Axon X2 CEW’s, WatchGuard body cameras and in-car cameras.
Valley County has roughly 7,800 people spread across over 5,000 square miles. The largest town and county seat is Glasgow, Montana. There are seven other communities in Valley County and approximately one third of the county is made up of the Fort Peck Indian Reservation.
The Undersheriff position currently pays $46,338.11. Sick and vacation would accrue based on previous county employment longevity. All types of sworn officers are encouraged to apply. Valley County is an outdoor prairie paradise that boasts great upland, waterfowl, and big game hunting opportunities. Most notably Fort Peck Lake is known for its abundant game fish species with trophy walleye, pike, salmon and small mouth bass. The rural county is known as the “middle of nowhere” which is probably why most of us live here.
Please forward your resume with cover letter to Tom Boyer, Sheriff Elect at firstname.lastname@example.org or call 406-263-8925 with any questions. Thank you.
MACo PCT/WCT Sr. Public Safety Loss Control Specialist
The Montana Association of Counties (MACo) is seeking a Sr. Public Safety Loss Control Specialist for its property and liability (PCT) and workers’ compensation (WCT) public entity risk sharing pools. The primary focus of this position is to develop and administer the loss prevention program for member law enforcement agencies in the PCT and WCT. The position will coordinate internal and external program resources, including working with the Montana Sheriff’s and Peace Officers Association and other agencies serving the Montana law enforcement community. This position evaluates the effectiveness of the PCT and WCT loss prevention programs for law enforcement and recommends risk management responses to emerging law enforcement trends. Position must show demonstrable results within two (2) year contract term.