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Deputy City Marshal - City of College Station, TX (ID: 335621)

Title Deputy City Marshal
Type Courts
Date Posted 2019-07-24
City / Organization City of College Station, TX
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Job Title: Deputy City Marshal
Opening Date/Time:   Wed. 07/24/19 12:00 AM Central Time
Closing Date/Time:   Tue. 09/24/19 11:59 PM Central Time
Salary: $28.45 - $32.03 Hourly
$59,176.00 - $66,622.40 Annually
Job Type: Full Time
Location: College Station, Texas
Department: Municipal Court
FLSA: Non-exempt position, eligible for overtime compensation.


Under the direction of the City Marshal, the Deputy City Marshal performs security related functions and law enforcement duties associated with court operations including, physical security of the court facility, courtroom security, judicial protection, and executing warrants of arrest.  Primary duties involve protecting and performing duties to support the court, related court staff, citizens; and maintaining, security, safety and decorum in the court facility during public access hours.
 Principal Duties:
  1. Perform security related functions associated with court operations including physical security of the court facility, to include but not limited to monitoring scanning equipment and screening visitors.
  2. Locate and serve persons with College Station Municipal Court arrest warrants and civil and criminal papers; May execute warrants, as directed by the court; and arrests persons, according to established procedures.
  3. Provide security for the court, to include but not limited to, monitoring access control points, escorting public to assigned areas as required, monitoring persons entering the court and ensuring the safety and security of the court at all times.
  4. Maintain procedures to protect the safety of court's property; protect court staff, visitors and occupants of the court through enforcing appropriate decorum with verbal warnings, expel unruly persons and/or notify authorities as the situation warrants.
  5. Contribute to the efficiency and effectiveness of court services to internal /external customers by establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with court employees, City officials, defendants, and the general public.
  6. Perform general office support work and other administrative tasks, projects or duties; and prepare various reports as requested by management and/or as required.
  7. Perform other duties as assigned.
Associate's degree, or the equivalent from an accredited college with major course work in Criminal Justice, Psychology, Public Administration, or closely related field, and a minimum of four (4) years of law enforcement related experience as a Texas Peace Officer. Intermediate Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) Peace Officer Proficiency Certificate. Texas driver's license with a clear driving record. Knowledge of the Texas Code of Criminal Procedures, Penal Code, Transportation Code, Health and Safety Code, and Alcoholic Beverage Code. Ability to interpret laws and apply to job responsibilities. Ability to qualify with: guns, impact weapons, handcuffs, and emergency vehicle operation. Ability to work various hours, including nights, weekends and early mornings as needed. Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
 Supplemental Information:
Drug Screening:  Due to the safety and/or security sensitive nature of this position, individuals shall be subject to pre-employment or pre-placement drug and/or controlled substance testing as outlined in City policy.

Job Post Expiration Date   September 24, 2019

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