Criminal Information Tech I- Records

  • Full Time
  • Anywhere
  • $16.54 an hour USD / Year
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  • Salary: $16.54 an hour

State of Utah

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Criminal Information Technician I
Records Section
The main purpose of this position is to input data of arrest information into the Utah Criminal History program, research Utah Criminal Justice Information System (UCJIS) databases, national criminal history databases, as well as court databases to ensure criminal history information is correct.
Principal Duties
Data entry of arrest information into various databases
Research criminal justice databases
Customer service both written and verbal
Must pass the Utah Bureau of Identification Proficiency test with in probationary period and maintain certification thereafter.
The Best Qualified Candidate
Will have record keeping skills including date entry and retrieval skills.
Will have previous customer service experience both written and verbal
Must have the ability to learn and explain state and federal laws, rules and regulations.
Must be able to keep information confidential.
Supplemental Information
Starting wage is $16.54.
Fingerprints and a background check are required upon hire.
Employees who successfully pass probation and required training may be series promoted to a Criminal Info Technician II.
Work schedule is Monday -Friday 8:00 am -5:00 PM.
Only applicants selected for an interview will be contacted.
The State of Utah offers a total compensation package that consists of much more than your paycheck. Some of the generous benefits that the State of Utah provides are: 3 medical plans, 3 dental plans, 4 vision plans, 401K match, 104 hours of annual leave, 104 hours of sick leave, 11 paid holidays, free counseling & wellness benefits and much more. Competitive benefits that begin on DAY ONE OF EMPLOYMENT! Click here to view our benefits.
About Our Agency
The Utah Department of Public Safety (DPS) is comprised of 11 divisions and bureaus that include the Utah Highway Patrol, the Division of Emergency Management, Driver License division, Statewide Information and Analysis Center (SIAC), State Bureau of Investigation (SBI), State Fire Marshal, Highway Safety Office, Communications, State Crime Lab, Bureau of Criminal Identification, and Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST). The DPS dive team, aero bureau, CERT team and Public Protection Unit (PPU) also fall under the Department of Public Safety. DPS is made up of more than 1,500 state employees who are stationed across Utah.
The Department of Public Safety offers a unique and rewarding employment opportunity. More information about our agency can be found here.