Community Service Officer
Company: Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians
Posted on: May 16, 2022
Job DescriptionSalary: $20 to $35 per hourTHE DEPARTMENTThe
Shingle Springs Tribal Police Department is committed to providing
the highest levels of customer service to its members and visitors,
while constantly improving the quality of life that the tribal
community desires and deserves. The Police Department enjoys a
positive relationship with its tribal community and takes every
opportunity to interact and engage residents and visitors on a
regular basis. The Department enforces both tribal ordinances and
applicable federal laws on the reservation and works closely with
other law enforcement agencies to maintain a safe environment on
the Shingle Springs Rancheria. In addition to sworn Tribal Police
Officers, the department employs Community Service Officers to
assist in many areas, such as crime prevention, community outreach
and building security.POSITION SUMMARYCommunity Service Officers
assist and work in conjunction with sworn Shingle Springs Rancheria
Tribal Police Officers and other law enforcement or security
personnel operating within their jurisdiction for the prevention of
crime. The primary responsibility of the Community Service Officers
is to conduct patrols and/or staff stationary locations as
necessary, at the Shingle Springs Rancheria, its businesses and all
other properties owned by the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians
("Tribe") whether in fee or trust. Community Service Officers do
not carry firearms. SPECIFIC RESPONSIBILITIES
- Patrols the Shingle Springs Rancheria, its residential areas,
businesses and all other properties owned by the Tribe, whether in
fee or trust, on foot, in a patrol car, on bike or by other means
of transportation to maintain order within the Tribe's
- Maintains stationary or post locations at the Shingle Springs
Rancheria on a regular basis or during special events.
- May participate in community outreach programs and events for
the tribal community.
- Serves as a Bailiff (Court Security) during Tribal Court
- Maintains complete and accurate information of all activities
and provides daily shift log reports to the Police Sergeant.
- Verifies that all unoccupied buildings are secure and/or locked
(building checks/foot patrols).
- Provides escorts for individuals as necessary.
- Provides emergency assistance by notifying the Fire Department
in case of a fire and the Tribal Police Department in case of
- Directs traffic, including regulation of vehicle flow, at times
of emergency or congestion.
- Administers first aid in emergency situations.
- Responds to complaints or requests for assistance from the
- Conducts crowd control during large events or at emergency
- Cooperates with other law enforcement and security
- Supports a safe work environment by performing all duties in
accordance with Tribal safety policies and procedures.
- Monitors surveillance system
- Works fixed post providing emergency/routine dispatch for
police field units, coordinating and communicating with outside law
enforcement and other emergency personnel.
- Performs other duties as assigned. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
- Must acknowledge and agree to maintain a Drug-Free workplace as
a condition of employment. Must pass pre-employment drug test
screening. A DMV print-out and background check will be
- The ability to be unbiased and fair during the performance of
duties and assignments; effectively and courteously work with
community members, visitors and co-workers; always observing
situations analytically and objectively.
- Must possess knowledge of security and patrolling techniques
which will contribute to the safeguard of the Tribal
- The ability to react quickly and calmly in emergency
- The ability to resolve complaints, make inquiries, correspond
with staff, regulatory agencies, employees and members of the
- Good communications skills, including written and verbal,
composing, editing and listening.
- Must meet the essential functions of the job classification to
safely and effectively perform assigned duties.
- Due to the nature of interactions with other employees and the
public, employees may be required to provide documentation of, or
receive, certain health vaccinations.
- Must be 18 or older
- Must have a High School Diploma or GED
- Ability to possess a valid CPR/First Aid card
- Ability to obtain a valid California BSIS Guard Card (*For more
information refer to the following website:
- Ability to obtain baton and/or pepper spray
certificationWORKING CONDITIONS: This position may entail bending,
kneeling, crawling and crouching during the course of his or her
duties. At times he/she may exert muscle force to carry, pull or
push objects weighing greater than fifty (50) pounds. Additionally,
officers in this classification will receive and exchange
information on a regular basis, creating the need to communicate
often. This position may also require walking or standing exposed
to the elements for extended periods; it shall also require the use
of a vehicle, and an employee must be able to have those repetitive
motions and coordination associated with operating a motor vehicle.
DRUG SCREENShingle Springs Rancheria requires the successful
completion of a drug screening of all potential Tribal employees
prior to being hired. The Tribe recognizes that the State of
California has legalized the use of marijuana. The Tribe is located
on federally owned trust land and complies with federal laws.
Therefore, marijuana use is prohibited, and all drug tests will
include a screening for THC. Shingle Springs Rancheria recognizes a
zero-tolerance drug and alcohol policy and employees will be
required to sign a Consent to Drug and/or Alcohol Testing.
Employees may be selected for alcohol / drug testing upon
reasonable suspicion, and upon any/all accidents. BACKGROUND
CHECKCandidates for this position will be subject to criminal and
character background checks and fingerprinting prior to being
hired. Verification of previous employment and education will also
be conducted after the interview if an offer of employment is being
considered. CONFIDENTIALITYConfidentiality is an absolute
requirement for this position and is cause for immediate
termination if not followed to the highest standard.INDIAN
PREFERENCEPreference in hiring is given to the most qualified
applicant. However, when candidates for an open position are
determined to be equally qualified, Native American candidates will
have preference for hiring purposes. This means that if the
qualifications of the best candidates are comparable, the Native
American candidate is given preference. The following order of
preference shall be adhered to when hiring: (1) Members of Shingle
Springs Band of Miwok Indians members; (2) Spouses or domestic
partners (certified through Tribal Court or the State of
California) of members of Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians; 3)
Parents of children of the Shingle Springs Band of Miwok Indians;
4) All other documented Native Americans; 5) All other applicants
in accordance with Title 25, U.S. Code, Section 472 and 473.
Applicants claiming Indian preference must submit verification of
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