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Lincoln County is accepting applications for ADMINISTRATIVE ASSISTANT to the Lincoln County Sheriff.  Notice is hereby given that an examination will be given by the Lincoln County Civil Service Commission to establish an eligibility list for the position of Administrative Assistant to the Sheriff.

Written testing will be held on February 25, 2020 at 9:30 AM Salary Range $3,972-$4,673  Applications available at Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office 404 Sinclair St  Davenport, WA 99122 or click here for printable version.

Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office – Immediate Openings for Lateral Patrol Deputy Position. Application available here.

Lincoln County has a population of 10,000 and is 2339 square miles in size and is bordered by Lake Roosevelt National Recreation Area on the north. This border creates a unique opportunity for many outdoor recreational opportunities including boating, fishing and camping. Lincoln County with its 4 seasons and rural setting offers something for every outdoor sportsman including hunting, hiking, snowmobiling, and cross country skiing. Additionally, Lincoln County is an easy 35 miles from downtown Spokane, with its unique shops, malls, theaters, and fine dining.

The Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office is comprised of two divisions, the Patrol Division and the Corrections/Communication Division. We are a staff of 30. The Patrol Division has 11 patrol deputies and 2 sergeants. Patrol Division responsibilities include deputy coroner, marine patrol, traffic enforcement, and criminal investigations. Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office is a progressive and innovative department with the latest equipment and top notch training. All equipment, including take home car, is provided. All patrol deputies must live in the county as assigned.

Lincoln County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for Corrections/Communications Deputy.  Please follow the link below to Public Safety Testing to apply.

The Corrections/Communications Division has 9 Corrections/Communications Deputies under the supervision of the 911 Coordinator and Jail Superintendent. Duties of the Corrections/Communications Division include answer 911 emergency and non-emergency business line calls, process calls for service and dispatch to responding units, records management; booking, releasing, and custodial maintenance of tribal, county, state and federal inmates in a correctional facility.

Lincoln County offers competitive wages, insurance and benefits. We pride ourselves on “Community Policing” and serving. If service, working as a team and being a part of a great community and office are your goals, Lincoln County is for you!

Please contact Lincoln County Undersheriff Kelly Watkins @ (509)721-0634 or kwatkins@co.lincoln.wa.us for more information.

Apply on line at

https://www.publicsafetytesting.com/

 If you have questions about the testing process please call Public Safety Testing 1 (866) HIRE-911

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