Southwestern Illinois Police Consortium
P.O. Box 1151
O'Fallon, IL 62269
$54,000 - $63,200
Population: 9,000 - 31,000
Sworn Officers: 20 - 50
Application Deadline: 9/2/16
LAW ENFORCEMENT OPPORTUNITIES
The Southwestern Illinois Joint Fire & Police Recruitment & Testing Consortium is now accepting applications for probationary police officers.
A career awaits you with the Alton, Collinsville, Edwardsville, Fairview Heights, Glen Carbon, Highland, O’Fallon or Troy, (IL) Police Departments. Each agency offers a competitive annual starting salary ranging from approximately $54,300 - $63,200. Officers often receive overtime and annual pay increases. Medical insurance, life insurance, a retirement program, plus college incentive pay is also available.
MINIMUM ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates presently enrolled in a college or university, who will attain minimum educational requirements by the completion of the Spring Term of 2017, will be permitted to test. The Board of Fire and Police Commissioners or Civil Service Commission of each Municipality will make the final determination of eligibility requirements.
Rigid agility and physical testing, extensive aptitude, visual acuity, polygraph, psychological and background investigations will be required. For the upcoming test cycle, candidates have a choice of two orientation and testing locations. You must, however, choose one location. Candidates will not be permitted to test at both test sites.
Attendance at an orientation session is mandatory in order to apply (September 9 or 24).
The first physical agility and written aptitude testing will occur on:
Saturday, September 10, 2016
Southwestern Illinois College (SWIC)
The second physical agility and written aptitude testing will occur on:
Saturday, September 24, 2016
Western Illinois University (WIU)
APPLICATION PACKETS and test cycle information
may be obtained from the Consortium webpage at:
The cities of Alton, Collinsville, Edwardsville, Fairview Heights, Glen Carbon, Highland, O’Fallon and Troy are equal opportunity employers.
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