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Public Records Processing

PUBLIC RECORDS PROCESSING - CLERICAL CIVILIAN POSITION

A Public Records Processing – clerical position has become available in the Finance Division of the Bradley County Sheriff's Office. This position is a civilian level 1 (CV1) and will have many different job responsibilities, including assisting with processing public records request, video redaction, backup public lobby desk, and other duties as needed. Anyone who wishes to apply must meet the following requirements:

Minimum Requirements

  • Must have a High School diploma.

  • Must be willing to adhere to a dayshift, Monday through Friday, 8:30am-4:30pm schedule.

  • Have a commitment to learning new technical skills and be willing to attend specialized courses as needed.

  • Must have excellent oral and written communication skills

  • Must have a good prior employment attendance record.

  • Must have a positive attitude.

  • Must be self-motivated and able to complete tasks with minimal supervision.

  • Must not have any punitive disciplinary issues within the last year.

We provide

  • $32,300 starting salary 

  • $32,900 with an Associate's Degree

  • $33,500 with a Bachelor's Degree

  • $33,800 with a Master's Degree

  • Step Pay Plan

  • State TCRS Hybrid retirement plan

  • Free employee medical insurance

  • Vacation, holiday & sick time benefits

  • Paid time off

  • Cost of living increases

  • Advancement opportunities

  • Stable employment

 

The Bradley County Sheriff's Office describes its culture as:

  • Team-oriented

  • Detail-oriented

  • Safety-focused

NOTE: Applicants will be redirected to an online application via our website, bradleysheriff.com. For best results, please be thorough and pay close attention to the details.  Fill in all sections.  If a particular section does not apply to you, type “N/A” in the space provided.

Or apply following the steps below:

1.

Download an application for any of the above employment opportunities by clicking here.

2.

Fill out the application in its entirety and provide all necessary documentation listed on the front page.

3.

Fax your completed application to

423-728-7312, scan and email as an attachment by clicking here OR hand deliver to the Sheriff's Office.

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