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The Sagadahoc County Sheriff's Department has an opening for a full time Patrol Deputy.  

The role of Patrol Deputy includes, but is not limited to: answering calls for protection of life and property; conducting preliminary investigations; interviewing witnesses, victims and suspects; gathering evidence; substantiating fact finding in court; serving warrants and civil documents; pursuit and apprehension of suspects and making arrests; directing traffic and enforcing traffic laws; assisting and cooperating with other law enforcement agencies in investigations, arrests and other collaborative initiatives; keeping and maintaining firearms and other equipment in working condition; maintaining all necessary trainings and certifications.

Applicants must be at least 21 years of age (20 years of age with an Associate’s Degree), in excellent health, and must possess a valid driver’s license with a good driving record.  They must be able to pass an oral board, an in-depth background check, a polygraph and psychological exam, as well as complete a medical examination.  Associates degree with applicable training and experience is desirable.

 If you have already completed and passed the ALERT test through the Maine Criminal Justice Academy, please provide a copy.  Information about the ALERT test and Physical Fitness requirements, for law enforcement officers in Maine, can be found on the Maine Criminal Justice website

Sagadahoc County offers a competitive salary and benefits package.  $22.25 - $26.75 per hour plus shift differential (lateral entry may be considered)

Please submit a cover letter, application and resume by 4:00 pm on Wednesday, August 26, 2020 to: Human Resources 752 High Street, Bath, Maine 04530 or email or via fax 207-443-8213. 

 An application and a copy of the job description are available below.

                                                       SAGADAHOC COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

General Application
Job Description for Patrol Deputy

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August 10, 2020

Sagadahoc County 911 Communications Center

 752 High Street

Bath, ME 04530

Position Opening:  Communications Supervisor, Full-time

  The Sagadahoc County 911 Communications Center has an opening for two full time Supervisors.

 The successful candidate will be a fully trained and experienced Public Safety Dispatcher with demonstrated skills to maintain communications with field units, receive, record and dispatch calls for assistance received from County residents.  In addition, this position is responsible for supervising dispatchers, conducting training, initiating performance evaluations, performing Quality Assurance evaluations and setting up and maintaining shift schedules.

 The skills needed to perform this position well are:

  • Proficiency in Communicating, both verbally and written
  • Must maintain a customer service focus (everyone is our customer)
  • Be skilled in being organized and have ability to prioritize
  • Skilled in conflict resolution
  • Effective facilitation

 If this describes you, we’d love to hear from you, please indicate your interest by submitting a completed application packet.

 The application form and a copy of the job description are available on the County’s website at:   Sagadahoc county offers a competitive salary and benefits package.

 Please submit a cover letter, application and resume to Human Resource 752 High Street, Bath, ME 04530 or email or fax 207-443-8213.

                                      SAGADAHOC COUNTY IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER


 Public Safety Dispatcher - Supervisor 
General Application