Human Resources

Director: Jessica Neill Hoyson

 

Skagit County Civil Service Job Listings

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Contact www.publicsafetytesting.com for application information and testing requirements.
Applications for sheriff's office patrol or corrections positions will only be accepted by invitation after direct referral has been received by www.publicsafetytesting.com
Do not send applications to Skagit County for civil service positions.

EMPLOYMENT BACKGROUND DISQUALIFIERS

  • Any Felony conviction
  • Criminal activity of a felony nature that could result in prosecution
  • Drug usage that would constitute criminal activity of a felony nature
  • Current habitual drug and/or alcohol abuse

The following list of actions or events may disqualify an applicant from employment with the Skagit County Sheriff’s Office, and will be reviewed on a case by case basis:

  • Criminal activity of a felony nature where the statute of limitations has expired.
  • Misdemeanor convictions, including traffic violations.
  • Criminal activity of a misdemeanor nature, including traffic violations.
  • Marijuana use within past two years from date of application

Disqualifying background may be modified at the discretion of Sheriff, Will Reichardt.

SELECTION PROCESS
Publicsafetytesting.com will provide Skagit County Civil Service the names of the highest scoring applicants after written and physical agility testing is completed.


CURRENT EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES
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JOB DESCIPTIONS
Wages, requirements and details

Veteran's Preference Eligibility Form

Skagit County, as an equal employment opportunity employer, encourages applicants from diverse backgrounds to apply.

It is the policy of Skagit County to follow all federal and state laws to ensure non-discrimination in its employment practices.

American with Disabilities Act (ADA) Notice: Individuals, who need an ADA accommodation to complete the application, test or interview process, please call: (360) 416-1380.