Job Openings for Corrections Officers UPDATED 5/25/2023
The Island County Jail is currently looking to fill one full-time corrections deputy positions in the jail. New-hire candidates can go to Public Safety Testing to get started.
Lateral Applicants must have two years of corrections experience and may apply directly with the county in our NEOGOV application.
The Island County Sheriff's Office is a unique agency with several benefits others do not provide. We understand the importance of time away from work and that is why our members accrue close to 30 days of paid time off within their first year. Currently we offer a salary between $25 to $35 an hour before benefits.
- County contributed medical/dental/vision under the Law Enforcement Officers Firefighters Health and Welfare Trust "LEOFF Plan F"
- 12 paid holidays
- 40 additional hours of leave
- Paid Time Off "PTO" which can be used for vacation or sick leave
- Annual uniform allowance of $1000.00
- Specialty pays if you qualify for Defensive Tactics Instructor, Firearms Instructor, Specialty Teams, Field Training Officer, Electronic Home Monitoring, Marine Safety Unit.
If you are ready for an exciting career in Law Enforcement, please consider making us your employer of choice.
Island County Sheriff's Office
The Island County Sheriff's Office Corrections Division is dedicated to providing a safe and secure facility for those entrusted to our care. It is ingrained in our departmental character to uphold the law and is professionally delivered with the utmost integrity. We remain ever diligent to the citizens of the County of Island with the confidence our staff remains professional in the performance of their duties and vigilant in their efforts to safeguard the community.
The Island County Jail was remodeled with additional space in 1983 and is a traditional linear style (cell block and dormitory) facility which houses both sentenced and pre-trial maximum security inmates. The Jail is designed to house up to 58 inmates at any given time.
Inmates have access to outdoor recreation, mail, commissary purchases (minor grocery store food items and sundries), and special programs. Inmates also receive medical, mental health, and dental care. Religious services, and some offender change programs are also offered. Public visiting is also available on a rotational basis, please review our Visiting Protocols page for more information. Sentenced inmates may be eligible to perform work in the facility kitchen or custodial crews and receive "work-time" credits to reduce their sentences. Eligible inmates may qualify for the Electronic Monitoring Program.