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Norfolk Sheriff's Office

Sheriff's department in Norfolk, Virginia

Address:

811 City Hall Ave, Norfolk, VA 23510

Phone:

(757) 664-4700
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Deputy Sheriff
Norfolk Sheriff's OfficeNorfolk, VA
I am responsible for safety and security of inmates, facility, deputies and other visitors to the city jail.
Full-time
Last updated 30+ days ago
Office Administrative Assistant/Receptionist
Norfolk Sheriff's OfficeNorfolk, VA
Office Administrative Assistant/Receptionist
$16 - $20 an hour
Last updated 30+ days ago
Residential Substance Abuse Counselor
Norfolk Sheriff's OfficeNorfolk, VA
Certified Substance Abuse Counselor (CSAC), Master Addiction: 1 year (Preferred)
Last updated 30+ days ago
Deputy Sheriff recruit
Norfolk Sheriff's OfficeNorfolk, VA
Court Security- secure courtrooms; monitor courts in session; escort prisoners to and from courts and the Detention Facility; perform security checks within the Courthouse; respond to security check problems and Courthouse incidents.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Van Driver
Norfolk Sheriff's OfficeNorfolk, VA
A Community Corrections Van Driver is needed for the purpose of offender transport to and from their Work Release paying jobs.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Food Service Worker
Norfolk Sheriff's OfficeNorfolk, VA
The position is part time, $14.40 an hour with a maximum of 25 hours a week.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Van Driver (Work Release)
Norfolk Sheriff's OfficeNorfolk, VA
A Community Corrections Van Driver is needed for the purpose of offender transport to and from their Work Release paying jobs.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Jail Facility Maintenance Worker
Norfolk Sheriff's OfficeNorfolk, VA
Inform maintenance supervisor of any problems or situations which arise during inmate supervision.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Food service
Norfolk Sheriff's OfficeNorfolk, VA
The position is part time, $14.40 an hour with a maximum of 25 hours a week.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Deputy Sheriff
Norfolk Sheriff's OfficeNorfolk, VA
Court Security- secure courtrooms; monitor courts in session; escort prisoners to and from courts and the Detention Facility; perform security checks within the Courthouse; respond to security check problems and Courthouse incidents.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Deputy Sheriff
Norfolk Sheriff's OfficeNorfolk, VA
Court Security- secure courtrooms; monitor courts in session; escort prisoners to and from courts and the Detention Facility; perform security checks within the Courthouse; respond to security check problems and Courthouse incidents.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Administrative Assistant
Medical Careers InstituteNorfolk, VA
Programs offered, including Culinary Arts, Baking and Pastry Arts, Culinary Nutrition, and Food Service Management, reflect the dynamism and diversity of the food service industry.
Full-time
Last updated 12 hours ago
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