A minimum of a two-year associate degree in Corrections Science/Criminal Justice from an accredited institution, or in related field, preferred. Applicants must have a valid Wisconsin Driver’s License, current Wisconsin LESB certification as a Jail Officer. Successful candidates will have no felony, misdemeanor, or domestic violence convictions.
Additional required experience includes: Five years of Corrections/Emergency Communications, experience involving the direct supervision of employees at rank of sergeant or higher, supervisory experience in Law Enforcement, Corrections, Emergency Communications or a combination of all three may be considered.
Applicant must possess knowledge of correctional facility and emergency communications management practices, and knowledge of applicable state statutes and administrative code, including Ch. 302 and DOC350.
The selection process includes submission of a completed Burnett County Law Enforcement application, oral interview(s), background investigation, medical and psychological evaluation, and drug and alcohol screening.