Located in the “North Bay”, less than an hour’s drive from San Francisco, Sonoma County enjoys a diverse and world-class culture, while maintaining its agricultural heritage and rustic charm. The Independent Office of Law Enforcement Review and Outreach (IOLERO) was established in 2015 by the Board of Supervisors. IOLERO is a civilian review agency that provides objective, independent audit and investigation of Sonoma County Sheriff’s Office complaints, proposes policy recommendations to the Sheriff’s Office, and strives to strengthen the relationship between the Sheriff’s Office and the community. The County is seeking a Director who inspires trust by acting with integrity, operates within a framework of public transparency, and demonstrates an understanding of and respect for the culture and diversity of Sonoma County. The ideal candidate will be a change agent who can remain unbiased and objective and who is tenacious and courageous, with the ability to recognize successful and unsuccessful strategies and can modify them accordingly. To be considered for this position minimum qualifications must be demonstrated. Most typically, a qualified candidate would have at least four years of related legal experience, typically civil rights and/or criminal law, and experience working with individuals of diverse ethnic, cultural, and socioeconomic backgrounds. Prior professional level experience in a law enforcement oversight/audit organization, bilingual Spanish, and supervisory experience are desirable qualifications. The position requires possession of a Juris Doctor Degree or equivalent from an accredited U.S. law school and an active practicing attorney’s license (from any state). The annual salary range for the Director position is $166,196 to $200,467 annually, depending upon the qualifications of the selected candidate.