Ada County Sheriff's Office Careers

Coming to work at the Ada County Sheriff’s Office means more than just accepting a job. You're becoming part of a rich tradition of excellence and a community of people working to make a difference. We are the largest law enforcement agency in the state of Idaho serving a population of almost 400,000. Our mission is to make safer places for you to live, work, and play.

With over 650 employees in over 60 different career fields we offer a variety of employment opportunities. You can become a patrol or detention officer, 911 dispatcher, records or jail technician, nurse, or choose from a variety of other administrative positions. There are also numerous opportunities for career advancement, and professional growth and development.


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Disqualifiers/Hiring Standards

 The Ada County Sheriff's Office will disqualify any candidate whose background includes the following:

Drugs

  • Have used marijuana (or any other illegal drug within the last three years)
  • Have used any other drug (methamphetamine, heroin, cocaine, mushrooms, etc ...) within the last five years
  • Have ever sold, transported, or manufactured illegal drugs and/or associated with anyone who has been involved with these activities.

Criminal activity

  • Any adult felony commissions or convictions
  • Any misdemeanor conviction for crimes involving domestic battery or violence, child abuse, stalking, or "peeping Tom"
  • Any criminal probation must already have been served.

Association

  • Have regular contact with those who use illegal drugs, are incarcerated, or on probation/parole.

Driving

  • Have been convicted of Driving Under the Influence (DUI) within the last three years
  • Have had a driver's license suspension within the last three years relating to a DUI, chemical test refusal, or points assessed due to moving traffic violations (if driving is an essential function of the job).

Military

  • Any dishonorable discharge from any U.S. military force.
  • Any discharge from any military force other than honorable will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis.

Smoking

  • Have smoked tobacco or simulated smoking products within the last three months.

Deception

  • Misstating, omitting or deliberately lying about anything during any stage of the hiring process.

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 The ACSO Human Resources Section maintains an email group which notifies subscribers of new job opportunities, job fairs and other employment-related news. Your email address is kept strictly confidential and is not given out to anyone. You can unsubscribe at any time.

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Questions?

If you want more information about career opportunities or need assistance completing your online application, please contact us.

7200 Barrister Drive
Boise, Idaho 83704

acsoJobs@adaweb.net