The success of the Butler County Sheriff’s Office depends upon its employees. This is why the Butler County Sheriff’s Office is firmly committed to the selection of the most qualified applicant for each and every vacant position. It is the policy of the Butler County Sheriff’s Office to provide equal opportunity employment for all applicants for employment without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age (except in compliance with age requirements of retirement plans or State and Federal laws and guidelines), disabled veterans or veterans of the Vietnam Era, or on the basis of handicap in compliance with section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973.
If the posting is listed here, it is open for applications. If we are no longer taking applications for a position, it will be removed from this page.
The Butler County Sheriff's Office is currently accepting applications for part-time Environmental Specialist. This position reports to the…
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How to Apply
Individuals interested in applying for any of the listed positions must complete the Pre-Application Contact Form. It can be filled out electronically and printed. The form should be mailed to:
Butler County Sheriff’s Office
705 Hanover Street
Hamilton, Ohio 45011
Download the Pre-Application Contact Form (PDF).
This form is in Portable Document Format (PDF) and requires the free Adobe Reader or an equivalent application.
Your application will be reviewed for eligibility and kept on file for two years. All appicants are not called back due to the volume of applications we receive. If your application is selected to move forward in the process then you will be contacted by telephone for an interview. Full applications are given at the conclusion of the initial interview.
If you have any questions regarding the hiring process or an open position, use this electronic form.
The Hiring Process
The first phase of the hiring process requires that the application be completed in its entirety. Resumes may accompany the application but may not be substituted for any part of it. The application is reviewed for completeness, legibility, grammar/spelling and content.
Completed applications will be forwarded to the background investigator who will contact the applicant to arrange for a more extensive questionnaire to be completed by the applicant. After the return of questionnaire, the investigator may contact the applicant for an initial interview. During the interview, the investigator will assure all release documents have been signed to continue with a more extensive background investigation.
The background investigation will be preformed in a thorough and confidential manner to ensure accurate and fair results for both the applicant and the Butler County Sheriff’s Office. During this phase of the process, the investigator may check the applicant’s driving record, criminal history, arrest record, credit history, education, military records, employment history and applicant’s contact with law enforcement. The investigator may contact the listed reference or past/present employees. The investigator may visit the applicant at his/her home. While in the area, the investigator may interview family members or neighbors of the applicant. Applicants may also be requested to comply with a polygraph examination, drug screen, psychological evaluations, physical examinations and physical agility test.
Candidates who have successfully completed the hiring process will be placed on a reserve list. The candidates are hired based on training, education, background investigation and experience. New hires will be on a one year probationary period, during which time they will be trained in the knowledge and the skills necessary to perform their assignments. Periodic evaluations will be conducted to ensure that they are learning these skills. Employees who successfully complete their probationary period are launched into an exciting career with many advancement opportunities at the Butler County Sheriff’s Office.