The Lieutenant is third in command of the department, working such hours as
directed by the Sheriff or Chief Deputy. The
Lieutenant is responsible to plan, organize, implement, assigned operations and
programs. The Lieutenant shall
assign and direct subordinates, ensuring that all policy, rules, regulations,
orders, procedures and directives are enforced and implemented. The Lieutenant
shall make independent decisions or recommendations in the hiring, promotion,
transfer, discipline or discharge of department employees in accordance with
Department Policy and Procedures, Oneida County Code, and Wisconsin Statutes.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be
supervision of assigned programs and personnel on a daily basis.
Monitor and evaluate programs for
improvements, coordinating and integrating new procedures.
and evaluate staff, develop job descriptions, objectives, and perform employee
the complaints and notification of the grievances of the assigned employees, and
use independent judgment in making recommendations to effectively adjust the
complaints and grievances.
in the preparation of the department budget, administer assigned budget
resources, and prepare reports and analysis as called upon.
that all assigned department personnel are competent to carry out their assigned
duties and to relieve from duty any
member considered incompetent.
that all assigned staff meet Federal, State, and County training requirements.
Attend professional seminars and training programs to keep current on issues
affecting department operations.
Lieutenant performs all the duties of the Sheriff in the absence of the Sheriff
and Chief Deputy.
and supervise programs as directed. Review, prioritize, schedule, and assign
employees as required to meet program goals.
with the Sheriff, Chief Deputy, Jail Administrator, first-line supervisors,
other management staff, and employees to discuss programs, policies, procedures,
rules, and changes that may affect the operation of the department.
personal proficiency in the use of weapons and enforcement tools or techniques.
Take proper enforcement action for law violations.
with appropriate agencies in regard to department operations.
Perform any other duty as assigned by the Sheriff or Chief Deputy.
Must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Includes
the following requirements:
Above average supervisory skills.
Above average oral and written communications skills.
Ability to keep accurate records and make detailed reports.
Knowledge of computer hardware, software and accessories.
of principles and practices of law enforcement and the laws and ordinances
pertinent to local law enforcement, knowledge of investigative techniques and
the Criminal Code and Rules of Evidence.
and/or EXPERIENCE (as required by Civil Service Commission)
Four year college degree or two year degree in Law Enforcement or related
field or two year degree in a technical field involving Law Enforcement.
Seven years as a Sworn Law Enforcement Officer with at least three years
in a Supervisory position.
SKILLS Must have
excellent verbal and written communication skills.
ABILITY Must have the
ability to evaluate situations, based on training and experience, and make good
decisions. Make good independent
decisions based on practices, rules and procedures.
MAKING ABILITY Sound decision
making ability based on training and experience is paramount.
LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS Wisconsin
Department of Justice - Training and Standards Bureau Certification as a Law
Enforcement Officer. Valid Wisconsin Driver's license. Maintain certification in
firearms as directed. Maintain annual in service and specialized training as
DEMANDS The physical demands
described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to
successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable
accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform
the essential functions.
WORK ENVIRONMENT The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.