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The Gibson County Sheriff's Office and Jail, an equal opportunity employer, employs numerous civilian and sworn individuals to carry out its task of law enforcement and offender correction. These employees are a vital part of this governmental organization.
The application process begins when a prospective applicant submits the appropriate documentation to the Sheriff's Office. This includes four documents: 1) Fulfillment of Basic Requirements Form, 2) Release of Liability Form #1, 3) Release of Liability Form #2 and 4) Preliminary Application Form..
These documents are provided in PDF format and may be downloaded for your use. Click the appropriate link below for the position(s) for which you are applying. Print all pages of each document and complete in pen (do not use a computer or typewriter). Submit the forms either in person at or by mail to the Gibson County Sheriff's Office, 112 E. Emerson St., Princeton, IN 47670.
Some Indiana County Sheriff's Offices are using a third party (Empco) to administer tests for employment with their agency. Gibson County is NOT one of the counties that uses this other company. This company charges you to take a test through an Ivy Tech site as part of an application process. If you are being told that you need to take this test for employment with the Gibson County Sheriff's Office, you are not being told correctly. If we would partner with Empco in the future, we will post information about it on our web site.
Gibson County Sheriff's Office
is taking applications for the following positions:
Part time Communications Officer (9-1-1 dispatcher)
Part time Corrections Officer (Jail)
Part time cook (Jail kitchen)
Part time Field Officer (Community Corrections)
For applications for the above positions, please click HERE.
Full Time Case
Manager (Community Corrections)
Bachelors Degree required and preferred in human services
(Education, Social Work, Criminal Justice, Criminology or Psychology)
For applications for the case manager position, please click HERE.
Please note that this is a DIFFERENT application than the other positions. If you wish to apply for the full time position, as well as any of the part time postions, you will need to fill out both applications.
Applications can be picked up at the
Gibson County Sheriff's Office at
112 E. Emerson Street
7:00 AM to 4:00 PM
Monday thru Friday.
Deadline for applications to be returned is 3:00 PM
April 2, 2015.
Gibson County Sheriff's Office is an equal opportunity employer.