Now Hiring

Are you looking to start a new CAREER? The Oneida County Sheriff’s Office is looking to fill positions within our team.

All applications must be submitted through the Oneida County Web Portal - https://oneida-portal.mycivilservice.com/account/index

 

*** Oneida County is an equal opportunity employer ***

CORRECTION OFFICER EXAM #63-972 (OC) 

DATE TO FILE November 29, 2022

Oneida County was selected to participate in a pilot program for the upcoming Corrections Officer exam by offering a "Training and Experience" (T&E) format. A "T&E" exam is used when Civil Service has determined that specific education or experience is good predictor of success at the job. There will be no written or oral test for this examination. If you meet the minimum qualifications, you will receive a rating based upon an evaluation of your training and experience against the duties of the position.

Candidates must first complete an application and return it to the Oneida County Department of Personnel on or before the last filing date of November 29, 2022.

Applications can also be completed and submitted online at https://oneida-portal.mycivilservice.com/

Approved candidates will be sent a notice containing directions to a website address needed to complete a Training and Experience Questionnaire. The Training and Experience Questionnaire will be available on December 15, 2022, and approved candidates will be required to complete and submit this questionnaire between December 15, 2022, and midnight, January 15, 2023.

NOTE: Candidates will not be able to claim credit any credit for training and experience gained after the application filing deadline of November 29, 2022. Candidates who fail to submit a questionnaire by midnight, January 15, 2023, will not receive a rating.

INSTRUCTIONS FOR APPLYING FOR MULTIPLE CIVIL SERVICE EXAMS SCHEDULED ON THE SAME DATE If you have applied for other civil service exams in another jurisdiction (state, county, city) scheduled on the same date, YOU must make arrangements to take all the exams at one test site. Submit a completed CROSS-FILER NOTIFICATION form to our office at time of application. If you have applied for a State exam, YOU MUST take all exam titles at the state exam site. You will be advised on your admission letter when and where to report for your examinations. If you have any questions, please contact the Oneida County Department of Personnel at 315-798-5726.and where to report for your examinations. 

Exam Announcement - https://ocgov.net/sites/default/files/personnel/Civil%20Service%20Exams…

Application Portal Sign Up - https://oneida-portal.mycivilservice.com/account/index

 

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS:

This position exists in the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office and involves responsibility on an assigned shift for the enforcement of rules and regulations governing security, conduct, discipline, safety and general well-being of inmates of the County correction facility. The incumbent performs related work as required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates must meet the minimum qualification at time of application. Graduation from high school or possession of a high school equivalency diploma.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:

1. Possession of a valid New York State driver’s license at time of appointment. License must remain valid throughout appointment.

2. Candidates must be United States citizens at time of appointment.

3. Candidates are not eligible for appointment until they reach their eighteenth birthday

Special Patrol Officer

https://oneida-portal.mycivilservice.com/.../show.../105636

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS:

This position involves responsibility for maintaining order and providing security in public buildings, schools and courtrooms. The incumbent performs related work as required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must meet the minimum qualification at time of application. Either:

(A) Retired member of a police or sheriff’s office in New York State; OR

(B) Retired member of the division of state police; OR (C) Retired former corrections, parole or probation officer in New York State.

SPECIAL REQUIREMENT: Special Patrol Officers may not carry or possess firearms while on duty unless authorized to do so by the Appointing Authority and a license has been issued pursuant to Section 400.00 of Penal Law (Section 2.10.37 of Criminal Procedure Law). Where possession of the license is required, eligibility for and continued possession of the license is required for employment.

Court Attendant

https://oneida-portal.mycivilservice.com/.../show.../106529

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS:

Performs nonjudicial services for the courts, as well as, for trial justices and judges who preside over these courts. Under the direct supervision of judicial officers and/or higher ranking law enforcement officer, an employee in this class expedites legal proceedings in various courts by performing nonjudicial remedies, the scope of which is maintaining decorum in courtrooms and judges’ chambers, expediting a flow of willing and able citizens to serve as jurors, and once juries have been drawn, escorting jurors to and from court, and preventing access to jurors when the latter are not in court; and providing information to the public about legal proceedings. Assignments are reviewed through personal observation by judges or their assigned subordinates. An employee in this class exercises no supervision. Does related work as required.

Senior Clerk – Part Time

https://oneida-portal.mycivilservice.com/.../show.../106576

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS:

Employees in this position are primarily responsible for the performance of clerical and other related office tasks that require the exercise of more than ordinary judgment. The tasks involved in this position are performed by employees experienced in clerical and office-related work. Some of the duties performed are the same as those performed by Clerks, except, they are performed by more experienced employees who are capable of independent decision-making and leadership in handling more complex clerical details and routine office tasks. The position may involve contact with the public on routine matters.

The work is done under direct observation and review by an immediate supervisor. An employee in this class may also supervise the work of others. The incumbent does related work as required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must meet the minimum qualifications at time of application. Either:

(A) Graduation from a regionally accredited or New York State registered college or university with an Associate's Degree in secretarial science, word processing, office technologies, office management, or a closely related field; OR

(B) Graduation from high school or possession of a high school equivalency diploma AND two (2) years of clerical experience; OR

(C) Four (4) years of experience, as stated above.

Correctional Services Aid – Part Time (two positions)

Commissary Clerk / Law Librarian

https://oneida-portal.mycivilservice.com/.../show.../106575

DISTINGUISHING FEATURES OF THE CLASS:

This position exists in the County Sheriff’s Office Correctional Facility, and involves responsibility for scheduling inmates use of the library, researching and acquiring library material requested by inmates. Assists trustee inmates assigned to various phases of the program. Works under the general supervision of a Sergeant in charge of Programs. The incumbent performs related work as required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Candidates must meet the minimum qualifications at time of application. Either:

(A) Graduation from high school or possession of a high school equivalency diploma; OR

(B) Two (2) years of clerical or customer service experience.

 

 

 


Are you interested in starting your CAREER with the Oneida County Sheriff’s Office? Please send an email to communityaffairs@oneidacountysheriff.us, include your -

Name

Address 

Phone Number

Along with what career you are interested in and any questions you have about employment.

Currently, we have openings in Corrections, CourtsPatrol, and Municipal Security (SPO).

Oneida County or adjoining County residency is required at time of hire.