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5/31/18

JOB UPDATES

 

 

1.  Police Detective

 

Attn: Justin Keeling

City of Globe

150 N. Pine Street

Globe, AZ 85501

Phone: 928-200-8730

Fax: 928-425-4820

E-mail: jkeeling@globeaz.gov

 

Starting Salary: $53,532.00 - $58,885.20 (DOE)

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 5:00 PM for first review

 

Job Posting No. 18-13

 

The Globe Police Department is currently accepting applications for a Detective.

 

Under general supervision, initiates and conducts investigations of suspected criminal activities and actual law violations from

misdemeanors to felonies; apprehends suspected criminals; performs special assignments in crime prevention, training, and

community relation programs; learns and applies supervisory and investigative techniques as appropriate; performs other

duties as assigned.

 

Desired Minimum Qualifications:

Minimum Qualifications:

Detective I ($53,532.00/annually):

Must have 3+ years with Globe PD, or equivalent experience,

Specialty Training (instructor or professional expertise) OR AA degree in related field, and

Minimum score of 3.5 on last three employee performance review.

 

Detective II ($58,885.20/annually):

Must have 6+ years with Globe PD, with 3 years as Detective, or equivalent experience,

Specialty Training (instructor or professional expertise) OR BS degree in related field, and

Minimum score of 3.5 on last three employee performance evaluations.

 

Special Requirements:

Must possess a valid Arizona Driver's License or obtain prior to hire.

AZ POST Peace Officer Certification or ability to obtain within 90 days.

Knowledge of Microsoft Office Software (WORD, Excel, and PowerPoint).

 

2.  Court Interpreter

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Mesa

20 E. Main Street, Suite 130

Mesa, AZ 85201

Phone: 480-644-2365

 

Salary: $46,758.40 - $62,940.80 

Deadline: 5/31/18 by 11:59 PM Arizona

 

A Court Interpreter provides simultaneous and consecutive Spanish and English interpretation of court proceedings for

Spanish-speaking defendants.  This employee interprets and translates English into Spanish and Spanish into English,

orally and in writing, respectively, in all types of court cases handled by the Mesa Municipal Court.  This class ensures

the interpreting/translating needs of the court are met, and schedules interpreters of all languages as required by the court.

 

Qualifications & Requirements:

Minimum Qualifications Required:

Any combination of training, education, and experience equivalent to graduation from high school or GED and good

(1 - 3 years) experience providing English to Spanish translating and interpreting services in a public setting, preferably

involving a court system.  Experience with computer applications.

 

Special Requirements:

Must pass the Mesa Municipal Court's interpreting proficiency examination.  Must obtain a Tier 3 or Tier 4 level certification

through the Arizona Court Interpreter Credentialing Program within 24 months of hire date.  For this position, an individual

receiving a conditional offer of employment from the City of Mesa must pass a background investigation through the City of

Mesa Police Department, the Arizona Department of Public Safety, and Federal Bureau of Investigation prior to commencing

employment with the City of Mesa.

 

Preferred/Desirable Qualifications:

Supplemental coursework in Spanish or judicial studies, and work experience as a Court Interpreter are preferred.  Graduation

from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree related to the field of judicial interpretation and membership

from a professional interpreter/translator association such as, but not limited to, NAJIT, ACIA, ATA, AIIC, or CCIA is desirable.

 

3.  Police Services Officer - Patrol

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Peoria

8401 West Monroe Street

Peoria, AZ 85345

Phone: 623-773-7100

E-mail: humanresources@peoriaaz.gov

 

Salary: $18.30 - $24.61/hour

Deadline: 6/3/18 @ 11:59 PM Arizona

 

The purpose of this position is to provide a variety of specialized law enforcement, customer service, crime prevention,

prisoner care, and custody duties in support of the Police Department. This is accomplished by performing customer

service and specialized public safety work in the areas of Patrol, City Parks, Crime Investigation, Prisoner Transport,

and administrative support, depending upon area of assignment. Other duties may include completing related tasks as

assigned.

 

Police Services Officer Job Description

 

4.  Police Corporal

 

Attn: Human Resources Management

California State University, Los Angeles

5151 State University Drive

Administration Building, Room 606

Los Angeles, CA 90032

Phone: 323-343-3694

Fax: 323-343-3662

E-mail: askHRM@calstatela.edu

 

Salary: $5,152 - $7,951/month

Deadline: Until Filled (Review of applications will begin 5/31/18; however, position may close when an adequate

number of qualified applications are received)

 

Job ID: 170238

 

Essential Functions:

The Corporal performs criminal and non-criminal investigations, and general law enforcement work. When working uniform

patrol, the corporal assists the sergeant in direct control and supervision of all officers and employees assigned to the

supervisor's command, possibly as a team leader or assistant watch commander, responsible for leading a shift and providing

direction to officers in the field; conducts training sessions for personnel in relation to career development of subordinates;

patrols campus buildings and grounds on foot or vehicle; maintains order on campus enforcing laws, rules, and regulations;

provides assistance to campus personnel, students, and the public in safety matters. The incumbent may be appointed to a

special assignment for a regular, on-going, or temporary basis, as an investigator, field-training officer, crime prevention specialist, and/or community relations specialist.

 

Required Qualifications & Experience:

Graduation from a Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) academy and a Basic Course Certificate. Must possess a

valid state of California driver's license. Two or more years of active law enforcement experience. Thorough knowledge of:

current law enforcement methods and procedures; current criminal codes and laws; and effective investigative techniques and

procedures. Effective oral and written communication skills, including the ability to write clear and comprehensive reports.

Ability to work independently and make sound judgments; and the ability to provide effective leadership and direction to field

personnel during assigned shift. Demonstrated interest and/or ability to work in a multicultural/multiethnic environment. A

background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered

a position with the CSU. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of

applicants or continued employment of current CSU employees who may apply for the position.

 

Special Desired Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree from an accredited four-year college or university. Four years of law enforcement/public safety related

experience in a university or public organizational setting.

 

5.  Police Recruit (Bilingual and Non-Bilingual)

 

Attn: Personnel Services

City of Santa Ana

20 Civic Center Plaza, M-24

Santa Ana, CA 92701

Phone: 714-647-5340

 

Salary: $64,584.00 - $78,504.00 (Salary does not include bilingual fluency pay which is currently an additional $412/month)

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

Police Recruits are non-sworn (civilian) employees who attend a police academy to prepare for a career in law enforcement.

Upon successful completion of this training, they are sworn in as Police Officers at a salary of $6768 - $8229 per month

(reflects base salary only, does not include pay additives such as bilingual pay, senior officer pay, etc).

 

Minimum Qualifications:

To be further considered, all applicants must meet all requirements defined by P.O.S.T. in addition to those set forth by our

agency. One year of work experience in any field, A.A. or B.A. degree, and/or military experience is highly desirable. Please

refer to this link for a list of requirements: Requirements (Download PDF reader)

 

Bilingual fluency is not required at this time. Applicants interested in receiving bilingual pay must be fluent in both English and

any one of the following languages: Spanish, Vietnamese, Samoan, Hmong, Korean, or Cambodian.

 

Note:

If you have failed the oral interview examination, you must wait at least 6 months to reapply.  Individuals who have failed the

psychological evaluation or Chief's file review must wait one year before reapplying.

 

6.  Police Officer Academy Graduate (Bilingual and Non-Bilingual)

 

Attn: Personnel Services

City of Santa Ana

20 Civic Center Plaza, M-24

Santa Ana, CA 92701

Phone: 714-647-5340

 

Salary: $81,216.00 - $98,748.00 (Salary does not include bilingual fluency pay which is currently an additional $412/month)

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

Police Officer Academy Graduates are initially assigned to a Field Training Officer Program for a minimum of 20 weeks;

subsequently, they assume the full range of professional law enforcement duties.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

To be further considered, all applicants must meet all requirements defined by P.O.S.T. in addition to those set forth by our

agency.  One year work experience in any field, an A.A. or B.A. degree, and/or military experience is highly desirable. Please

refer to this link for a list of requirements: Requirements (Download PDF reader)

 

Moreover, Academy Graduate candidates MUST meet one of the following requirements to be considered:

1. Successful completion of any California P.O.S.T. approved police training academy within 2.5 years.  Please make sure

you attach a copy of your academy graduation certificate to your online application (You will NOT be able to submit your

application without this attachment) 

OR

2. Current enrollment in any California P.O.S.T.-approved police training academy. Successful completion of the academy

by July 6, 2018 is required for further consideration. Please make sure you attach official proof of academy enrollment that

indicates expected date of completion to your online application.

 

Bilingual fluency is not required at this time. Applicants interested in receiving bilingual pay must be fluent in both English and

any one of the following languages: Spanish, Vietnamese, Samoan, Hmong, Korean, or Cambodian.

 

Note:

If you have failed the oral interview examination, you must wait at least 6 months to reapply.  Individuals who have failed the

psychological evaluation or Chief's file review must wait one year before reapplying.

 

7.  Police Officer Lateral Transfer (Bilingual and Non-Bilingual)

 

Attn: Personnel Services

City of Santa Ana

20 Civic Center Plaza, M-24

Santa Ana, CA 92701

Phone: 714-647-5340

 

Salary: $89,556.00 - $98,748.00 (Salary does not include bilingual fluency pay which is currently an additional $412/month)

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

Police Officer-Lateral Transfers are trained and experienced police professionals who can assume the full range of policing

duties after a brief orientation.  Police Officers are key participants in a partnership of the City and community to identify and

resolve crime problems affecting the quality of life of all residents.  The City of Santa Ana has a multi-cultural and multi-ethnic

population with a rich Hispanic heritage and a history of support for the Police Department.  This diversity and community

support combine to make the Santa Ana Police Department an exciting and demanding place to work.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Applicants must meet the minimum requirements set forth by CA P.O.S.T. in addition to those set forth by our agency. Some

of the requirements are listed below.

1. Possession of a California P.O.S.T. Basic certificate or higher (if you do not have one, you do not qualify for the Lateral

Transfer position).

2. Successful completion of the probationary period, and/or been employed on a permanent basis, within the past two and

one-half (2Ĺ) years as a sworn law enforcement officer in the state of California, preferably a municipality.

 

Please refer to this link for a list of other requirements: Requirements (Download PDF reader)

 

Bilingual fluency is not required at this time. Applicants interested in receiving bilingual pay must be fluent in both English and

any one of the following languages: Spanish, Vietnamese, Samoan, Hmong, Korean, or Cambodian.

 

Note:

If you have failed a test component, you must wait at least 6 months to reapply (except the physical agility test or bilingual

fluency exam). Individuals who have failed the psychological evaluation must wait at least one year before reapplying.

 

8.  Park Ranger

 

Attn: Personnel Services

City of Santa Ana

20 Civic Center Plaza, M-24

Santa Ana, CA 92701

Phone: 714-647-5340

 

Salary: $56,616.00 - $75,864.00 

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

Candidates must speak fluent English.  Candidates who are fluent in English and Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean, Hmong,

Cambodian, or Samoan are highly desirable.

 

Under general supervision, performs guard and patrol duty on an assigned shift to safeguard persons and property in

City-owned facilities and areas while carrying a firearm.

 

Patrols assigned stations or areas on foot and/or by vehicle to protect property against vandalism, unlawful entry, theft, fire

and other dangers to enforce ordinances and regulations pertaining to use of public facilities, and to maintain order for the

protection and safety of visitors, patrons, employees and others.  Maintains order and enforces park rules and other laws

by taking actions ranging from counseling, warning, issuing citations, or arresting persons whose behavior harasses or

endangers others, disturbs the peace, or threatens damage to property.  Provides information and assistance to the public,

including answering questions regarding programs and services, directing persons to specific facilities and events, searching

for lost children and administering first-aid assistance in emergency situations.  Regulates traffic, enforces parking and other

municipal regulations pertaining to public use facilities and areas, and issues notices of violation.  Reports fires and performs

emergency firefighting and/or rescue duties until arrival of fire department units.  Maintains logs of patrol activities and

prepares written reports of incidents, accidents or other occurrences.  May be assigned to serve in a lead-supervisory

capacity over a departmental unit of security guards.  Performs other functions as assigned.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

One year of experience involving extensive public contact in security, military police, probation, correctional or related work;

or any equivalent combination of training and experience which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities listed below:

 

Knowledge of:

The methods, techniques, practices and procedures involved in safeguarding property against fire, theft, vandalism and illegal

entry; and all related laws, rules, regulations, investigation and enforcement procedures and legal requirements.

 

Ability to:

Learn and interpret various laws and regulations, investigation and enforcement procedures, and report-writing requirements;

obtain information through interview and observation; analyze situations quickly and objectively; cope with emotionally tense

situations; control unruly or hostile individuals whose behavior threatens the peaceful pursuits or safety of others; express

ideas clearly and concisely orally and in writing; keep records and prepare reports; and develop skill in the operation of radio

receiving and transmitting equipment.

 

Skill in:

Identifying behavior potentially dangerous to others or destructive to property.

 

Additionally, all candidates must:

Be a U.S. Citizen or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship.

Be at least 20.5 years of age at time of application.

Be a high school graduate; or have passed the G.E.D. test; or have passed the CA High School Proficiency exam; or have

attained a 2-year, 4-year or advanced degree from an accredited college or university.

Possess and retain a valid California Class C driver's license as a condition of continued employment.

Be free of any felony conviction or certain misdemeanor convictions that are disqualifying

Be of good moral character as determined by a thorough background investigation.

Be found free from any physical, emotional or mental condition that might adversely affect the exercise of the powers of a

peace officer.

 

Special Requirements:

Must possess a high school diploma or acceptable educational equivalent, must be at least 21 years of age at the time of

appointment, and must be of good moral character and sound psychological capabilities as determined by an extensive

background investigation and psychological screening performed by the Santa Ana Police Department.

Possession of a valid California Class C Driver's License; willingness to work any shift, rotating work schedules, or irregular

duty assignments; satisfactory record as a law-abiding citizen; and a state of health and physical condition necessary to

satisfactorily and safely perform assigned duties.

Candidates will be required to attend and successfully complete an eight-week correctional officer training academy.

Upon selection, successful candidates must complete a law enforcement training program approved by the Chief of Police, an

in-house training program, and must obtain and retain PC 832 Arrest and Firearms Course certification.

 

9. Police Reserve Officer Level 1 (Part-Time)

Attn: Personnel Services

City of Santa Ana

20 Civic Center Plaza, M-24

Santa Ana, CA 92701

Phone: 714-647-5340

 

Salary: $29.16/hour (Reserves can work up to 20 hours/week, but MUST work a minimum of 16 hours/month. A monthly

reserve meeting (3 hours) is mandatory and counts toward the 16 hours)

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

The Santa Ana Police Department, one of the highest caliber law enforcement agencies in the country, has an active Police

Reserve Program which complements the regular police officers in performance of their duties. The program represents a

balance of those individuals seeking community involvement and those interested in pursuing a full-time police career in the

future. This is a great opportunity for you to serve your community and become part of a law enforcement organization

dedicated to protecting the lives and property of the citizens of Santa Ana.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

To be further considered, all applicants must meet all requirements defined by P.O.S.T. in addition to those set forth by our

agency. One year of work experience in any field, A.A. or B.A. degree, and/or military experience is highly desirable.

 

YOU MUST MEET THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS, IN ADDITION TO THOSE LISTED ON THIS

LINK TO BE FURTHER CONSIDERED: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS (Download PDF reader)

 

Those who wish to be considered for the Police Reserve Officer position must have successfully completed either a California

POST-approved police training academy (Basic or Extended Basic) or a POST-approved Level I Reserve academy within

2.5 years from the application date. Current peace officers can also qualify if they have a valid CA POST Basic certificate or

higher*.

 

Requalification certificates/recertification received within 2.5 years from the application date may also be considered.

 

*NOTE: BASED ON SAPD POLICY, A PEACE OFFICER CANNOT WORK AS A POLICE RESERVE OFFICER WITH THE

CITY OF SANTA ANA WHILE WORKING FOR ANOTHER AGENCY AS A PEACE OFFICER, WHETHER FULL-TIME OR

PART-TIME, BECAUSE IT WOULD CREATE A CONFLICT OF INTEREST. THEREFORE, IF YOUR PLAN IS TO WORK AS

A PEACE OFFICER WITH THE CITY OF SANTA ANA AND YOUR CURRENT AGENCY CONCURRENTLY, WE REGRET

TO INFORM YOU THAT YOUR APPLICATION WILL NOT BE GIVEN FURTHER CONSIDERATION

 

Bilingual fluency is not required.

 

Note: If you have failed the oral interview examination, you must wait at least 6 months to reapply.  Individuals who have failed

the psychological evaluation or Chief's file review must wait one year before reapplying.

 

10. Correctional Services Officer (Bilingual and Non-Bilingual) (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Personnel Services

City of Santa Ana

20 Civic Center Plaza, M-24

Santa Ana, CA 92701

Phone: 714-647-5340

 

Salary: $20.01 - $24.32/hour (up to 20 hours/week)

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

Under general supervision of full-time staff, performs duties related to booking, monitoring and maintaining order among

inmates in a direct supervision jail facility.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Sufficient training, education, and/or experience to demonstrate the skills and abilities listed below; successful completion

of pre-employment process including comprehensive background investigation with no felony convictions; 18 years of age

at the time of application.

 

Skill in:

Exercising safe and effective physical restraint tactics; basic typing and computer use. 

 

Ability to:

Maintain security, control and custody of inmates; provide clear and direct instructions on rules, regulations and procedures;

interact with people of varied social, economic and cultural backgrounds; develop and maintain accurate records and prepare

thorough but concise reports: utilize various management information systems and automation tools to maintain and access

information and electronic communications via desktop computer systems and computer networks; make decisions on

effective courses of action in emergency situations; establish and maintain effective working relationships with others; work

effectively under minimal supervision.

 

Note:

Must be willing and able to work evenings, holidays, and weekends.  Must possess and maintain a valid California Class C

driver's license as a condition of employment.

 

Candidates will be required to attend and successfully complete an eight-week correctional officer training academy.

 

11. Community Police Services Aide

 

Attn: Department of Human Resources

City and County of San Francisco

One South Van Ness, 4th Floor

San Francisco, CA 94103

Phone: 415-557-4800

 

Salary: $60,892.00 - $74,022.00 plus benefits 

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 4:00 PM

 

Recruitment #CBT-9209-902725

 

Under general supervision, a Community Police Services Aide performs a variety of police related duties for the San Francisco

Police Department.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

1. Possession of a high school diploma or successful completion of an equivalency test   (G.E.D. or California High School

Proficiency Examination); AND 

2. Possession of a valid Driver License; AND 

3. Must be at least 18 years old at the time of application; AND 

4. One year of satisfactory full time public contact in a work situation (2000 hours) or military experience (2000 hours).

 

12. Police Records Specialist

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Mountain View

500 Castro Street

Mountain View, CA 94041

Phone: 650-903-6309

E-mail: human.resources@mountainview.gov

 

Salary: $69,813.38 - $84,714.24 plus a comprehensive benefits package  

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 5:00 PM or after 75 applications have been received, whichever occurs first

 

Police Records Specialist Job Opening

 

13. Library Police Assistant (Hourly)

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Mountain View

500 Castro Street

Mountain View, CA 94041

Phone: 650-903-6309

E-mail: human.resources@mountainview.gov

 

Salary: $19.52 - $26.00/hour

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 5:00 PM or after 100 applications have been received, whichever occurs first

 

Library Police Assistant (Hourly) Job Opening

 

14. Police Records Specialist

Attn: Human Resources

City of El Cerrito

10890 San Pablo Avenue 

El CerritoCA 94530

Phone: 510-215-4315

Fax: 510-215-4319

E-mail: cmosby@ci.el-cerrito.ca.us

 

Salary: $51,732.00 - $61,608.00 

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

Qualifications:

The City is looking for an individual who can demonstrate clearly that he/she has the following background and competencies:

Experience:

Two years of general clerical experience. Experience involving inventory control or a closely related activity is desirable.

 

Training:

Equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade including or supplemented by clerical courses.

 

Licenses:

Possession, or ability to obtain and maintain a valid California class C driver's license.

 

15. Public Safety Communication Specialist

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of San Jose

200 E. Santa Clara Street

San Jose, CA 95113

Phone: 408-535-1285

Fax: 408-993-0139

E-mail: citycareers@sanjoseca.gov

 

Salary: $62,275.20 - $75,670.40

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 11:59 PM

 

This position is an entry level training position in the Communications Unit for the Police Department.  Public Safety

Communication Specialists are required to handle the full range of telephone answering and dispatch functions.

 

Qualifications:

Education:  Successful completion of high school, General Education (GED) Certificate, or California Proficiency Certificate.

Experience: One year (1) of experience working in public contact employment.

Background:  Passing a San Jose Police Department background check is a condition of employment

Employment Eligibility: Federal law requires all employees to provide verification of their eligibility to work in this country.

Please be informed that the City of San Jose will NOT sponsor, represent or sign any documents related to visa

applications/transfers for H1-B or any other type of visa which requires an employer application.

 

If you have questions regarding the duties of this position, the recruitment, or selection/hiring processes, please contact

Rose Lara via email at rose.lara@sanjoseca.gov.

 

16. Public Safety Radio Dispatcher Trainee

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of San Jose

200 E. Santa Clara Street

San Jose, CA 95113

Phone: 408-535-1285

Fax: 408-993-0139

E-mail: citycareers@sanjoseca.gov

 

Salary: $74,214.40 - $90,209.60

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 11:59 PM

 

This position is an entry level training position in the Communications Unit of the Police Department.  The key responsibilities

for Public Safety Radio Dispatcher Trainee include:

 

Learning to dispatch police personnel and equipment on both routine and emergency calls utilizing the computer aided

dispatch system, video display terminals, radio dispatching consoles, and related equipment; Answering the telephone

and receiving emergency, non-emergency, and 9-1-1 requests for assistance; Inquiring, interpreting, verifying, receiving,

and disseminating information from law enforcement computer networks relating to wanted persons, stolen property,

vehicle registration, etc; Participating in field training exercises as needed to fully develop dispatching skills; Performing

all related learning and testing activities.

 

Qualifications:

1. Education:  Successful completion of high school, General Education (GED) Certificate, or California Proficiency Certificate.

2. Experience: One year (1) of experience receiving, processing and/or dispatching calls in a radio dispatch or call center OR

three years (3) of experience working in public contact employment.

3. Employment Eligibility:  Federal law requires all employees to provide verification of their eligibility to work in this country.

Please be informed that the City of San Jose will NOT sponsor, represent or sign any documents related to visa

applications/transfers for H1-B or any other type of visa which requires an employer application. 

4. Passing a San Jose Police Department background check is a condition of employment.

 

If you have questions regarding the duties of this position, the recruitment, or selection/hiring processes, please contact

Rose Lara via email at rose.lara@sanjoseca.gov.

 

17. Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Craig

300 W. 4th Street

Craig, CO 81625

Phone: 970-826-2008

Fax: 970-826-2036

E-mail: lwhite@ci.craig.co.us

 

Salary: $47,928 - $61,333, plus excellent benefits

Deadline: 5/31/18

 

Must be 21 years of age. H.S./GED. Colorado POST Certified/Certifiable OR currently attending a police academy. Bilingual

is a plus.

 

For complete job description and employment packet, contact Human Resources, City of Craig, 300 W 4th St.,

Craig, CO 81625, 970-826-2008 or employment link at www.ci.craig.co.us.

 

18. Domestic Violence/Sexual Assault Criminal Investigator

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Craig

300 W. 4th Street

Craig, CO 81625

Phone: 970-826-2008

Fax: 970-826-2036

E-mail: lwhite@ci.craig.co.us

 

Salary: $47,928 - $54,637, plus excellent benefits

Deadline: 5/31/18

 

Must be 21 years of age. H.S./GED. Colorado POST Certified. A minimum of three years responsible law enforcement agency

experience, including one year Detective/ Investigator experience in a law enforcement agency is preferred. Applicants with

extensive patrol experience, and specific law enforcement skills will also receive consideration. Offer of employment

contingent on background investigation, records checks, education verification, employment history, physical and

psychological evaluation. Bilingual is a plus.

 

For employment packet, contact Human Resources, City of Craig, 300 W 4th St. Craig, CO 81625, 970-826-2008,

employment link at www.ci.craig.co.us or lwhite@ci.craig.co.us.

 

19. Police Service Technician - Records

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Longmont

350 Kimbark Street

Longmont, CO 80501

Phone: 303-651-8609

Fax: 303-651-8973

 

Hiring Range: $19.25 - $21.39/hour

Deadline: 6/1/18

 

Under supervision of the Public Safety Records Supervisor, maintain complete, accurate and timely Longmont Public Safety

records. Respond to requests for Longmont Public Safety police reports and fire incident reports. Provide assistance to

citizens, officers, fire staff and other agencies; perform a variety of clerical and administrative support tasks in the Records

Unit of the Information and Technology Section of the Department of Public Safety.

 

Qualifications:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade supplemented by specialized or

college level business courses. A minimum of one year of general clerical and data entry experience and one year previous

experience with frequent public contact with customers in person and over the phone who may be in stressful situations.

Principles of customer service, phone etiquette, record keeping and filing, mathematics, business letter writing and report

preparation.

 

Special Qualifications:

Must be able to obtain advanced certification on the NCIC/CCIC systems for entry, query, modification, confirmation and

validation within six months of hire.

 

20. Accident Report Technician (Operations Assistant) (Limited Regular)

 

Attn: Office of Human Resources

City and County of Denver

201 W. Colfax Avenue

Denver, CO 80202

Phone: 720-913-5627

E-mail: jobs@denvergov.org

 

Expected Starting Salary: $23 - $25/hour (Max hours/week is 30)

Deadline: 6/2/18 @ 11:59 PM Mountain

 

THIS IS A LIMITED POSITION WITH AN END DATE OF DECEMBER 31, 2018.

 

The Denver Police Department is currently seeking multiple Accident Civilian Report Technicians (CRTs) to perform a variety

of functions such as responding traffic accident calls for service, writing reports, interviewing victims/witnesses, conducting

neighborhood surveys, collecting evidence, investigating certain accidents, testifying in court, etc.

 

This is NOT an ARMED position; however, the ability to mitigate conflict and make sound judgment calls is absolutely

REQUIRED.

 

The successful applicant will be great at communicating with the public and all levels of leadership. They also will be

comfortable as a civilian employee embedded in a sworn police arena. Additionally, they will be flexible, resourceful,

comfortable in fast-paced environments, with strong writing skills.

 

The ideal candidate will have:

Strong computer skills and experience with computers on a regular basis.  

Bilingual (fluently read, write, and speak) in any language plus English.

Three (3) years of previous law enforcement experience or equivalent experience in accident report writing or investigations.

 

We realize your time is valuable so please do not apply if you do not have at least the following required minimum

qualifications:

Graduation from high school or possession of a GED certificate.

Three years of clerical experience.

 

Please note that volunteer experience does count towards meeting the minimum qualifications.  You must include it on your

application for it to be considered.

 

Licensure and Certifications:

Possession of a valid Colorado driver's license.

 

21. Community Service Officer - 2 Openings (Seasonal/Part-Time)

 

Attn: Human Resources

Town of Lyons

432 5th Avenue

P.O. Box 49

Lyons, CO 80540

Phone: 303-823-6622

E-mail: hr@townoflyons.com

 

Salary: $16.00 - $17.00/hour DOQ

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 11:59 PM

 

The Town of Lyons is currently looking for qualified persons to fill seasonal, part-time positions of Community Service Officer.

 

Education & Experience:

Must have earned a High School diploma or possess a G.E.D. certificate.

Knowledge of or the ability to learn and understand municipal and state codes.

Experience is preferred, but not required.

 

Special Requirements:

Possession of a valid Colorado driverís license

The Town of Lyons is a Drug Free Work Environment.  This position may be subject to drug and alcohol testing.

 

A Driving record will be investigated, and drug test obtained pre-employment.

 

22. Police Cadet - Non-Certified Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

Village of Pinecrest

12645 Pinecrest Parkway

Pinecrest, FL 33156

Phone: 305-234-2121

Fax: 305-234-2131

E-mail: msauleda@pinecrest-fl.gov

 

Salary: $35,838.40

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Eastern

 

Non-certified applicants considered for employment by the Village of Pinecrest are sponsored to the police academy. Upon

successful completion of the academy  basic training program, the candidate is eligible to take the Florida Department of Law

Enforcement State Officer Certification examination.  Upon achieving a passing score, the candidate is promoted to the

position of Police Officer.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Non-certified applicants must meet the following minimum qualifications:
Possess a two-year college degree (Associate in Arts or Associate in Science); or have successfully obtained a minimum of

sixty (60) college credits from an accredited college or university recognized by the US Department of Education; or three (3)

years of prior full-time continuous military service.  Bachelor's Degree preferred.

Ability to obtain and maintain a licensed driver status in the State of Florida.

Possession of good eyesight, including depth perception and the ability to distinguish colors.

Ability to fluently speak, hear, read and write the English language.  Ability to communicate in Spanish is a plus.

Ability to be flexible with work assignments, days-off and duty hours.

Applicants must also complete all requirements established by the Village of Pinecrest for employment as a police officer.

This may include, but is not limited to, a written examination, an oral board, a psychological evaluation to determine suitability

for position, a polygraph examination, a physical agility test, a comprehensive background investigation and a job-related

medical examination including a drug/alcohol screening test.

Must be a non-smoker.

 

In addition to meeting the minimum qualifications, non-certified applicants must also complete and submit their scores for the

following examinations:

Passing score on the Criminal Justice Basic Abilities Test (CJBAT) OR Florida Basic Abilities Test (FBAT). These

examinations may be taken at either the Miami Dade School of Justice or the Broward College Institute of Public Safety.

Physical Agility Test (PAT). This examination MUST be taken at the Broward College Institute of Public Safety.

Swimming Test. This examination MUST be taken at the Broward College Institute of Public Safety.

 

23. Police Officer - FL Certified

 

Attn: Human Resources

Village of Pinecrest

12645 Pinecrest Parkway

Pinecrest, FL 33156

Phone: 305-234-2121

Fax: 305-234-2131

E-mail: msauleda@pinecrest-fl.gov

 

Salary: $55,140.00

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Eastern

 

APPLICATIONS SHALL BE CONSIDERED ON A FIRST COME, FIRST SERVED BASIS.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

High School Diploma or GED equivalent.

Ability to obtain and maintain a licensed driver status in the State of Florida.

Possession of good eyesight, including depth perception and the ability to distinguish colors.

Current certification or the ability to meet and maintain, by training, the requirements of the Florida Department of Law

Enforcement, Criminal Justice Standards, for certification as a Florida Peace Officer.

Ability to fluently speak, hear, read and write the English language.  Ability to communicate in Spanish is a plus.

Ability to be flexible with work assignments, days-off and duty hours.

Applicants must also complete all requirements established by the Village of Pinecrest for employment as a police officer.

This may include, but is not limited to, a written examination, an oral board, a psychological evaluation to determine suitability

for position, a polygraph examination, a physical agility test, a comprehensive background investigation and a job-related

medical examination including a drug/alcohol screening test.

Must be a non-smoker.

The minimum requirements may be waived by the Village Manager.

 

24. Deputy Sheriff

 

Attn: Career Development Office

Brevard County Sheriff's Office

700 Park Avenue

Titusville, FL 32780

Phone: 321-264-5308

E-mail: recruitment@bcso.us

 

Salary: $19.10/hour

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 5:00 PM Eastern Time

 

This class performs general law enforcement work of average difficulty and responsibility in the preservation and protection of

life and property, the prevention of crime, the maintenance of good public order, the enforcement of civil and criminal law. This

class works under general supervision and requires considerable judgment, initiative and skill in a variety of situations.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Must be currently certified by the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Police Standards and Training Commission as a

Law Enforcement Officer.

Must be at least 20 years of age

Requires a valid Florida Class E Drivers License (Must maintain for the duration of employment.)

Must pass a Physical Abilities Test.

Requires a FDLE Medical Clearance and successful completion of Psychological and Polygraph Examinations.

Must be within BCSO drug use policy requirements (see Drug Use tab for copy of requirements)

Must be within BCSO Body Ornamentation/Tattoo Policy ( For example: no visible tattoos above the neck or below the wrist).

For specifics, contact the Career Development Unit at 321-264-5308.

 

25. Firefighter

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Port Orange

1000 City Center Circle

Port Orange, FL 32129

Phone: 386-506-5561

E-mail: hcarrizales@port-orange.org

 

Salary: $35,963.20 - $39,574.08 

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 4:30 PM Eastern

 

The City of Port Orange is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Firefighter. Hiring preference shall be provided to

those candidates who already possess a paramedic license.

 

Education & Experience:

High School Diploma or GED

Certification as a Firefighter by the State of Florida, or the ability to obtain within 12 months of hire.

Certification as a paramedic by the State of Florida.

Florida Driver's License

 

In addition to the education and experience listed above, a paramedic must:

Be certified by the State of Florida as a Paramedic and approved by the County Medical Director to function under his/her

license.

Possess and maintain ACLS, PALS, and ITLS certification.

 

26. Police Records Technician

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Hollywood

P.O. Box 229045

Hollywood, FL 33022-9045

Phone: 954-921-3216

Fax: 954-921-3487

E-mail: Thechler@hollywoodfl.org

 

Salary: $31,330.00 - $47,622.00

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Eastern

 

This is moderately complex clerical and reception work.  Duties include a variety of clerical tasks, including non-routine

administrative matters and heavy public contact work. Work is reviewed through conferences, observation of work in progress,

and written reports for results obtained and adherence to established policies and procedures.

 

Requirements:

Required:

High school Diploma or GED equivalent; supplemented by one (1) year of responsible experience including use of computers

and standard software applications such as MS Word. Demonstrated ability to type thirty (30) corrected words per minute.

 

Preferred:

Associate's degree; supplemented by three (3) years of responsible experience including use of computers and standard

software applications such as MS Word. Demonstrated ability to type forty (40) corrected words per minute.

 

Additional education and experience or an equivalent combination of training and experience may be substituted for the above

requirements.

 

Certificates, Licenses and Registrations:

Valid Driver's License: With proof of automobile insurance

Driving Abstract: Must have an acceptable driving record.

 

27. Police Records Specialist 1

 

Attn: Human Resources

Miami-Dade County

111 NW 1st Street, 21st Floor

Miami, FL 33128

Phone: 305-375-2473

 

Salary: $27,929.46 - $42,838.38

Deadline: 6/1/18

 

Job ID: 46302

 

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma or GED. One year of clerical experience is required. Applicants will be subject to an extensive

background investigation, fingerprint check and polygraph examination. 

Must take and pass a typing skills test with a score of 35 net WPM.  Photo identification is required to take the typing skills

test.

 

Job Description

 

28. Police Officer

 

Chatham County Police Department

9306 Whitefield Avenue

Savannah, GA 31406

Phone: 912-652-7843

E-mail: rcombs@chathamcounty.org

Website: https://police.chathamcountyga.gov

Salary: $39,560 - $63,296

Application Deadline: NA

 

Featured Department: http://www.theblueline.com/feature/GAchathamcounty.html

 

29. Deputy Sheriff I (June 2018 A)

 

Attn: Human Resources

Cobb County

100 Cherokee Street

Marietta, GA 30090

Phone: 770-528-2535 or 770-528-2541

E-mail: cobbemployment@cobbcounty.org

 

Salary: $40,014.18 - $64,022.89

Deadline: 5/31/18

 

Posting Number: 01646

 

Accepted applicants may take the Physical Agility Test on June 5th and 8th, 2018. Testing space is limited and may fill up

at any time. Testing is on a first come first serve basis.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

High School Diploma or GED and ability to graduate from the POST academy within 12 months required; or any equivalent

combination of education, training, and experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills, and abilities for this job.

Must be a U.S. Citizen, have a valid driver license, must be 21 years of age, must pass a background investigation, must have

no felony convictions, must pass a polygraph examination, must pass a physical examination, must pass a psychological

examination and must pass an oral interview board.

 

30. Police Officer I (Entry-Level & Lateral Program)

 

Attn: Human Resources

Cobb County

100 Cherokee Street

Marietta, GA 30090

Phone: 770-528-2535 or 770-528-2541

E-mail: cobbemployment@cobbcounty.org

 

Salary: $40,014.18 - $64,022.89

Deadline: 5/31/18

 

Posting Number: 01603

 

This posting may be used to fill both entry-level and lateral Police Officer positions.

 

The Physical Ability Test (PAT) will generally be held on the second Saturday of the following month that you applied. Internal

Affairs will email applicants that are eligible to take the PAT within 7 business days of your application.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

High School diploma or GED; mandatory participation and successful performance in training academy resulting in State

Certified POST Peace Officer.

Valid Driverís License.

U.S. Citizen

Must be age 21 at the time of hire

 

31. Firefighter

 

Attn: Human Resources

Catoosa County Government

800 Lafayette Street

Ringgold, GA 30736

Phone: 706-965-2500

Fax: 706-965-8773

E-mail: jane.frye@catoosa.com

 

Salary: $28,080

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 4:30 PM

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Candidate must be at least eighteen years of age

High School graduate or General Education Development Equivalency

Must possess and maintain a valid Driverís License in the state of residency

Must be able to pass the Catoosa County Fire Department written exam for a Recruit

Must be able to pass the Catoosa County Fire Department Physical Agility Test (PFT)

Must possess EMT-B or gain the certification within 18 months of employment

 

All applicants must be able to meet the following standards:

Acquire the Georgia Firefighter Standard and Training Council Requirements to be certified as a Georgia Firefighter

Pass a medical exam consistent with National Fire Protection Association Standard 1582

Obtain EMT Certifications as set forth by the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians

 

Post Offer Requirements:

Post offer negative drug test (drug free workplace)

Pass NPQ Firefighter I Certification (within 1 Year) and maintain throughout employment

Valid Class E or F Driverís License and maintain throughout employment

Must maintain wellness and physical fitness.  Medical and psychological examinations as well as physical fitness testing will

be required.

 

32. Fire Inspections Technician or Fire Inspector I

 

Attn: Human Resources

Cobb County

100 Cherokee Street

Marietta, GA 30090

Phone: 770-528-2535 or 770-528-2541

E-mail: cobbemployment@cobbcounty.org

 

Salary: $20.78 - $33.24/hour (Fire Inspections Technician - salary grade: 17); $21.55 - $34.47/hour (Fire Inspector I - salary

grade: 18)

Deadline: 6/1/18

 

Posting Number: 01617

 

Fire Inspector Technician:

Functions in an entry-level capacity through on-the-job-training and participation in in-house and related training to learn and

master the essential functions of fire and life safety codes inspection.

Performs inspection of single use existing commercial and residential building premises and building structures for fire

hazards and conformance with County fire codes.

Interprets various laws, ordinances, and regulations in enforcing safety regulations and fire prevention codes in accordance

with national, state and county standards.

Advises and instructs owners and occupants of buildings in fire prevention methods in the removal of fire hazards, and makes

recommendations for reducing potential hazards.

Reports violations of fire safety regulations and establishes safety standards to appropriate owners and occupants and

prepares written notices for follow-up.

Receives, responds to and investigates common complaints regarding fire code violation; provides direction to comply

accordingly; issues citations if conditions are not brought to code.

Performs all of the functions of Firefighter in support of the departmentís objective and mission as directed.

Maintains current knowledge of trends and developments in the field for application to functional areas of responsibility.

Performs other related duties as assigned.

 

Fire Inspector I:

Advises and instructs owners and occupants of buildings in fire prevention methods in the removal of fire hazards, and makes

recommendations for reducing potential hazards.

Conducts pre-construction meetings regarding plans review and proposed structures, providing assistance and advisement on

how to ensure fire and life safety codes compliance in the final construction.

Interprets various laws, ordinances, and regulations in enforcing safety regulations and fire prevention codes in accordance

with national, state and county standards.

Maintains current knowledge of trends and developments in the field for application to functional areas of responsibility.

Performs inspection of new and existing single use commercial and residential building premises and building structures for

fire hazards and conformance with County fire codes.

Receives, responds to and investigates common complaints regarding fire code violation; provides direction to comply

accordingly; issues citations if conditions are not brought to code.

Reports violations of fire safety regulations and establishes safety standards to appropriate owners and occupants and

prepares written notices for follow-up.

Performs other related duties as assigned.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

High School diploma or GED; supplemented by three years of experience in fire prevention and suppression functions.

Valid Driverís License.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

State of Georgia Firefighter Certification or the equivalent certification from another state is preferred.

State of Georgia Emergency Medical Technician or the equivalent certification from another state is preferred.

 

33. Detention Deputy (Jail/Corrections)

 

Kootenai County

451 Government Way

Coeur d'Alene, ID 83816

Phone: 208-446-1640

E-mail: kcsorecruit@kcgov.us

Website: www.kcgov.us

 

Salary: $20.42 - $27.27/hour

Population: 150,000

Sworn Officers: 175

Application Deadline: NA

 

Featured Department: http://www.theblueline.com/feature/IDkootenaicountydd2.html

 

34. Police Telecommunicator - 2 Positions

 

Attn: Human Resources

University of Illinois at Chicago

715 S. Wood Street

Chicago, IL  60612

Phone: 312-996-8531

E-mail: hross@uillinois.edu

 

Deadline: 5/31/18

 

Job ID: #87824

 

The UIC Police Department is seeking to hire two (2) Police Telecommunicators.  The Police Telecommunicator is

responsible for answering calls, dispatching orders and information to police activity, monitor and operate police

communication security and information systems.

 

Minimum Acceptable Qualifications Required:

1. No record of conviction of a felony or a crime involving moral turpitude.

2. High school graduation or GED

 

Preferred Qualifications:

Knowledge of legal terminology for offenses such as burglary, robbery and theft.

Knowledge of the physical lay out of both campuses.

Knowledge of FCC transmission regulations .

Knowledge of operational procedures for emergencies such as fire, explosions or serious injury .

Typing skills.

Ability to speak clearly .

Ability to complete LEADS training and certification course successfully .

Ability to reduce hysterical or rambling discourse into accurate and concise messages.

Ability to think and act promptly in emergencies.

Ability to work amid constant interruptions and perform several tasks simultaneously.

Reliability and dependability.

 

35. Police Records Clerk (Part-Time Weekends)

 

Attn: Human Resources

Village of Barrington

200 S. Hough Street

Barrington, IL  60010

Phone: 847-304-3415

Fax: 847-381-7506

E-mail: vobhr@barrington-il.gov

 

Starting Salary: $16.36 - $26.59/hour, commensurate with experience

Deadline: 6/1/18

 

The Village of Barrington has an immediate opening for a part-time Police Records Clerk to perform a variety of duties in the

Police Department including maintaining files and record-keeping systems, serving as a receptionist to answer questions from

the general public, and answering phone calls of mostly a non-emergency nature.  Nature of the work performed requires a

professional manner in all dealings with the public, Village, and department staff.  Work requires the exercise of considerable

judgment, initiative, and discretion.

 

The successful candidate must have the ability to prepare and maintain accurate records, work independently and efficiently,

perform cashier duties accurately and enforce regulations with firmness and tact.  Experience in various software applications

including Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook is necessary.  In addition, the candidate must have outstanding organizational

and time management skills, and be detail oriented with multi-tasking capabilities in a  fast paced environment.  Excellent

customer service skills, including the ability to deal tactfully with the public and a high level of integrity in dealing with

confidential and sensitive information is essential.

 

High school graduate or equivalent, with two years of clerical experience requiring recordkeeping and public contact is

required.

 

Offers of employment are subject to successful completion of background check, drug screen, and physical.  Qualified

individuals interested in being considered for the position should send employment application via email, fax, or mail to:

 

Village of Barrington

Human Resources

200 S. Hough Street

Barrington, IL  60010

Tel:  (847) 304-3415

Fax: (847) 381-7506

vobhr@barrington-il.gov

 

36. Corrections Officer

 

Attn: Employment Services

Sedgwick County Human Resources

510 N. Main, Suite 304

Wichita, KS  67203

Phone: 316-660-7048 or 316-660-1160

E-mail: adele.dunn@sedgwick.gov

 

Salary: $14.74/hour

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 11:59:59 PM

 

Vacancy Number: CO051618

 

Performs routine work involving the observation, security and training of juvenile or adult clients in a 24-hour correctional or

residential facility.  Monitors client activities within the facility or, as approved, outside the facility, with emphasis on security,

behavior modification, control and modeling of prosocial attitudes, beliefs, values and behaviors.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Educational Requirements:

Minimum of twelve (12) earned college credits with at least three (3) in adolescent development, psychology, criminal justice

or a related subject.  Transcript verifying education credits is required.

 

License, Certifications, etc.:

Facility staff shall be at least twenty-one (21) years of age with a minimum of three (3) years age difference between the staff

member and the oldest client who can be admitted to the facility.  Valid Driverís License and good driving record that meets

the requirement of Sedgwick County Fleet Vehicle Operation and Usage Policy.  Personal vehicle for use when county vehicle

is not available (employee reimbursement is provided by County).  Proof of liability insurance on personal vehicle.  Must

possess first aid, CPR and physical restraint certification or the ability to acquire within initial period of employment.  Pass

legal background check, Child and Adult Abuse & Neglect Central Registry checks, KCJIS Security Policy (fingerprint) check,

and pre-employment screen for alcohol and drugs.  Must also meet the required conditions contained in KSA 65-516 and KAR

28-4-356.

 

37. Detention Officer (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Melissa Riley, Director of Human Resources

Butler County

205 W. Central, 4th Floor

El Dorado, KS 67042

Phone: 316-322-4324

E-mail: mriley@bucoks.com

 

Salary: $15.50/hour

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 11:59:59 PM

 

Under the Supervision of the Detention Corporal, performs work concerning the care and needs of the jail inmates. The

Detention Deputy records all activities of the inmates.  The employee in this position is responsible for recording all requests

of inmates, medical problems, medications, etc.  It is the responsibility of this employee to ensure that inmates are

maintained in a humane manner and ensures that the inmate is granted their constitutional rights.

 

Position Requirements:

Experience:

No experience in law enforcement or jail supervision is required.  Employee is expected to have acquired the necessary

information and skills to perform the job reasonably well after six months in the position.

 

Education:

High school diploma or GED is required.

 

38. Police Officer/Police Officer Recruit

 

Attn: City Clerk

City of Haysville

P.O. Box 404

200 W. Grand Avenue

Haysville, KS  67060

Phone: 316-529-5900

Fax: 316-529-5925

 

Starting Salary: $17.25/hour with KLETC certification (After six months of employment you will receive a step increase to

$17.77 per hour.  After 6 months of employment, officers with 4+ years of law enforcement experience are eligible to test for

Master Police Officer.  MPO's starting wage is $18.85 per hour with a step increase to $19.42 per hour after six months in the

position.)

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 11:59:59 PM

 

We are currently seeking qualified applicants to fill the position of Police Officer.

 

The Haysville Police Department prefers officers who are KLETC certified.  We will consider sending the right non-certified

candidate to KLETC for training and certification if the opportunity presents itself.  A high school diploma or GED is required.

An Associates or Bachelorís Degree is preferred.  Employment is contingent upon passing an initial interview with a member

of the command staff, oral board interview, polygraph exam, extensive background investigation, physical, drug and alcohol

screen, and psychological testing.

 

Police Officer Position Requirements:

Experience:

A minimum of 12 months of law enforcement experience is preferred. The right non-certified candidate would be considered for

KLETC training.  Expected to have acquired the necessary information and skills to perform the job reasonably well within one

year of employment.

 

Education:

A high school diploma or GED is required.  Requires certification from the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center.  Must

possess a valid Kansas Driverís License required (or obtain within 30 days of employment).  Must obtain necessary training

as required by state standards to maintain certification.

 

39. Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Junction City

PO Box 287

700 North Jefferson

Junction City, KS 66441

Phone: 785-238-3103

Fax: 785-210-1910

 

Salary: $19.51/hour, plus benefits

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 11:59:59 PM

 

APPLICATION MUST BE SUBMITTED ON-LINE TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THIS POSITION.

 

Qualifications:

This full time position requires a valid driverís license, must be 21 years of age, and a US citizen, MUST NOT have been convicted of a serious misdemeanor or felony crime, must pass an extensive background check and strive in providing excellent service to the public. An eligibility list will be created from the qualified applicants and kept for 1 year. Consideration for years of service.

 

Must be willing to reside within a 30 minute response time from headquarters.

 

Questions: Please contact Gisselle Rivera, Human Resources Director @ 785-238-3103 x112

 

40. Detention Deputy I

 

Attn: Human Resources

Harvey County

800 N. Main Street

PO Box 687

Newton, KS 67114

Phone: 316-284-6806

 

Salary: $14.26/hour

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 11:59:59 PM

 

Minimum Qualifications:

High School Diploma or GED

No felony criminal record

Ability to deal firmly, but effectively and supervise prisoners

Ability to work with staff and handle public with tact and courtesy

 

Desirable Qualifications:

Some computer knowledge helpful

Knowledge of criminal proceedings and State laws

Some knowledge of detention management practice, including care and custody of prisoners

 

41. Correctional Officer - Adult

 

Attn: Human Resources

Franklin County

1428 S. Main, Suite 2

Ottawa, KS 66067

Phone: 785-229-3444

Fax: 785-229-3449

E-mail: HR@franklincoks.org

 

Salary: $12.38/hour; Shift Differential: $0.25/hour (3 p.m. - 11 p.m.), $0.50/hour (11 p.m. - 7 a.m.)

Deadline: 6/3/18 @ 11:59:59 PM

 

Under the supervision of the Corrections Corporal, this is specialized work in the care, custody and control of adult inmates in

the custody of the Franklin County Adult Detention Center.  The employee is responsible for protecting the well-being of

inmates, overseeing of meals, operation of the Control Center, escorting inmates to and from court, transporting inmates

between secure facilities, booking and intake procedures of inmates, writing of reports concerning incidents happening in the

detention center and the overall supervision of inmates within and outside the facility.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements

listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill, and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to

enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

 

Certifications, Licenses, Registrations:

Possess a valid Kansas Driverís license.

 

Required Education/or Experience:

High school diploma or G.E.D.;

less than twelve months related experience or training;

or equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

Preferred Education/or Experience:

Associate's degree or equivalent from two-year college or technical school;

or one year to two years related experience and/or training;

or equivalent combination of education and experience

 

42. Animal Control Officer

 

Attn: City Clerk

City of Haysville

P.O. Box 404

200 W. Grand Avenue

Haysville, KS  67060

Phone: 316-529-5900

Fax: 316-529-5925

 

Starting Salary: $13.75/hour (step increase to $14.16/hour after successful completion of a six month training period)

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 11:59:59 PM

 

Position Summary:

Under the supervision of a Police Supervisor, the Animal Control Officer is a non-exempt position under FLSA. THIS IS NOT A

CERTIFIED LAW ENFORCEMENT POSITION.  Responsible for answering incoming telephone calls, responding to

complaints about animals, and investigating nuisance animal complaints.  You are required to reside within a 30 minute

response time to the Haysville Police Department. You must maintain absolute confidentiality of information, data and records

obtained through or because of employment with the City.

 

43. Assistant Intensive Supervision Officer (Surv Officer)

 

Attn: Employment Services

Sedgwick County Human Resources

510 N. Main, Suite 304

Wichita, KS  67203

Phone: 316-660-7048 or 316-660-1160

E-mail: adele.dunn@sedgwick.gov

 

Salary: $12.50/hour

Deadline: 6/3/18 @ 11:59:59 PM

 

Vacancy Number: 20003575

 

Assists Intensive Supervision Officer (ISO) in providing supervision and case management with clients under correctional

supervision within the Division of Corrections.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Educational Requirements:

Minimum of twelve (12) earned college credits.  At least (3) earned college credits in adolescent development, psychology,

criminal justice or a related subject.  Transcript verifying education credits is required.

 

Years of Experience:

Professional references are required to verify the related work experience.

 

License, Certifications, etc.:

Must be at least 21 years of age.  Valid Driverís License and good driving record that meets the requirement of Sedgwick

County Fleet Vehicle Operation and Usage Policy.  Personal vehicle for use making field visits when county vehicle is not

available (employee reimbursement is provided by the County).  Proof of liability insurance on personal vehicle.  Pass legal

background check, Child and Adult Abuse & Neglect Central Registry checks, KCJIS Security Policy (fingerprint) check, and

pre-employment screen for alcohol and drugs.  Must also meet the required conditions contained in KSA 65-516 and KAR

28-4-356.

 

44. Crime Analyst (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Employment Services

Sedgwick County Human Resources

510 N. Main, Suite 304

Wichita, KS  67203

Phone: 316-660-7048 or 316-660-1160

E-mail: adele.dunn@sedgwick.gov

 

Salary: $15.00 - $20.00/hour

Deadline: 6/3/18 @ 11:59:59 PM

 

Vacancy Number: 20009979

 

Review submitted data, video and/or audio recordings for content, and report findings. Video and audio recordings will be from

police body and in-car cameras, as well as other sources of video evidence.

 

Years of Experience:

Five (5) yearsí experience in law enforcement or investigative work or any equivalent training and experience that provides the

required knowledge, skills and abilities.

 

45. Animal Control Officer

 

Attn: Office of Human Resources

Howard County

3430 Court House Drive

Ellicott City, MD 21043

Phone: 410-313-2033

Fax: 410-313-3470

E-mail: JOBS@howardcountymd.gov

 

Salary: $37,502.40 - $57,220.80

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 11:59 PM Eastern Time

 

This is animal control work performed at the full performance level enforcing the relevant sections of the Howard County Code

and Maryland Criminal Laws pertaining to animals. Assignments include investigating animal cruelty and neglect complaints,

animal bite cases and nuisance violations.

 

Work is performed under close supervision from a technical superior. Assignments are stable in nature and performed in

accordance with applicable standards and regulations.

 

Contacts with others are extensive and sensitive, including contacts with the public, Police Department, Health Department,

and Sheriff's Office and other public and private organizations.

 

Minimum Required Education/Experience:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to the completion of the twelfth school grade and some experience

dealing with animals other than personal pets is desirable.

 

Preferred Education/Experience:

Knowledge of the safety precautions and hazards involved in animal control work.

Knowledge of the provisions of the Howard County Code that pertain to animal control and applicable State laws.

Ability to deal gently and calmly with all types of animals.

Ability to handle animals with strength when required.

Ability to perform the humane euthanasia of animals.

Ability to deal tactfully and effectively with the public.

Ability to perform various physical tasks such as chasing and climbing to capture or rescue animals.

Ability to prepare reports and forms.

Ability to communicate both orally and in writing.

 

Certificates, Licenses and Registrations:

Possession of a valid Maryland driver's license.

 

46. Office Assistant II - Circuit Court (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Office of Human Resources

Howard County

3430 Court House Drive

Ellicott City, MD 21043

Phone: 410-313-2033

Fax: 410-313-3470

E-mail: JOBS@howardcountymd.gov

 

Salary: $15.02 - $21.82/hour

Starting Salary: Commensurate with education and experience

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 11:59 PM Eastern Time

 

This position is responsible for the transport of files and pleadings within the courthouse. The incumbent will report to the

Court Administrator.

 

Experience:

Preferred experience includes 1 year of experience in an office setting.

 

Education:

Possession of a High School Diploma or GED.

 

Please submit a resume, salary history and references (e-mail preferred) stating the position title by 11:59 pm of the closing

date to:

Deidre Barksdale

Circuit Court for Howard County

8360 Court Avenue

Ellicott City, MD 21043

dbarksdale@howardcountymd.gov

 

47. Call Firefighter

 

Attn: Human Resources

Town of Duxbury

878 Tremont Street

Duxbury, MA 02332

Phone: 781-934-1100 x5411

Fax: 781-934-9011

 

Starting Salary: $12.00/hour, actual pay based on qualifications

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 12:01 AM

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Graduation from a standard high school or vocational school.

 

Special Requirements:

Must have a valid Driver's License, EMT license, and CPR certification. Must reside within a 15 mile radius of Duxbury Fire

Dept., 668 Tremont St. Duxbury, MA.

 

48. Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Battle Creek

10 N. Division Street

Battle Creek, MI 49014

Phone: 269-966-3377

 

Salary: $21.502 - $29.96/hour with excellent benefits and retirement package (Eligible new hires may qualify for our hiring

incentive program depending on education and/or previous experience)

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 11:59 PM EST

 

The City of Battle Creek is always accepting applications for the position of Police Officer to keep a pool of qualified

candidates for possible upcoming needs of the Battle Creek Police Department.

 

Candidates must be certified or certifiable through MCOLES and we utilize the Empco testing facility for reviewing scores of

possible candidates interested in working for the City of Battle Creek (www.empco.net/testing). The testing may be waived for

candidates with current or previous law enforcement experience.

 

49. Public Safety Dispatch Manager

 

Attn: Human Resources

Charter Township of West Bloomfield

4550 Walnut Lake Road

West Bloomfield, MI 48323

Phone: 248-451-4795

Fax: 248-451-4875

 

Salary: $55,709.16 - $76,815.96 (DOQ) plus an excellent benefit package

Deadline: 6/1/18

 

Public Safety Dispatch Manager Job Posting

 

50. Firefighter

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Ocean Springs

1016 Porter Avenue

PO Box 1800

Ocean Springs, MS 39566-1800

Phone: 228-872-3338

Fax: 228-872-0430

E-mail: mmcdowell@oceansprings-ms.gov

 

Salary: $10.42/hour ($27,000 based on FLSAís 2592 annual regular hours for firefighters)

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 5:00 PM

 

Apply Now for Upcoming Scheduled Testing

 

Testing Information:

 

IMPORTANT: Applicants for Firefighter must complete and return the Employment Application to Human Resources. Do NOT

send your Application to the Fire Department. Only applicants who submit their Applications to Human Resources prior to the

June 1st deadline will be permitted to test. All interviewing and hiring for Firefighter job openings for the coming year will come

from this new list of tested applicants.

Must pass a physical agility test and a written test. Physical agility test requirements are:

 

1. Run/walk 1.5 miles in fourteen minutes.

2. Climb through a simulated window opening three feet wide by three feet high. The width of the windowsill shall be a

minimum of seven inches wide. The bottom shall be six feet above the ground level.

3. Perform thirty-five sit-ups within two minutes.

4. Perform modified sit-and-reach test accomplishing a score of eleven or greater.

5. Move a simulated victim (165 lbs minimum weight) seventy-five feet within one-minute-thirty-seconds or less.

 

The physical agility test will be on Saturday, June 9, 2018 at 8:00 a.m. at the new Ocean Springs Fire Station, which is

adjacent to the new Police Station, just southwest of Wal-Mart on Bienville Blvd. Dress appropriately.

 

The written exam will take place after the physical exam at 10:30 a.m.  If you pass the physical agility testing, then you will

be given the test location. Only those who pass the physical agility test will be permitted to take the written test. You must be

SEATED AND READY TO TEST at 10:30 a.m. Late arrivals will not be admitted.

 

Education and Experience:

(A) High school diploma or GED equivalent;

(B) No specific work experience level required.

 

Special Requirements:

(A) Must be 21 years or older at the time of employment; (B) Must possess, or be able to obtain by time of hire, a valid State

driverís license without record of suspension or revocation in any State; (C) No felony convictions or disqualifying criminal

histories; (D) U.S. citizen; (E) Must be able to read and write the English language; (F) Must be of good moral character and

of temperate and industrious habits; (G) Must meet all Civil Service requirements as applicable.

 

51. Firefighter

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Independence

111 E. Maple Avenue

Independence, MO 64050

Phone: 816-325-7390

Fax: 816-325-7393

E-mail: MWillis@indepmo.org or PPair@indepmo.org

 

Salary: $3,603.40 - $5,197.11/month

Deadline: 5/31/18

 

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma or equivalent

MO Firefighter I & II Certification.  A.S. in Fire Science preferred

MO/EMT license (Applicants with a valid MO Paramedic license will be given preference.  A 5% pay differential is applied

when assigned to paramedic duties.)

CPAT (Candidate Physical Abilities Test) certification within the last 12 months

Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations Level Certifications

Body fat composition certification issued within past 30 days (requirement: 20% male, 25% female)

Pass the Regional FF written exam; must be within the past 12 months (test scores will be considered during the selection

process)

 

Position Requires:

MO Paramedic License OR MO EMT license accepted

MO Firefighter I & II Certification

Valid State Driverís License

Background investigation

Medical examination and drug test

 

Psychological testing may be required.

 

52. Temporary Bailiff

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Springfield

840 Boonville Avenue

Springfield, MO 65802

Phone: 417-864-1607

Fax: 417-864-1186

E-mail: HR@springfieldmo.gov

 

Salary: Depends on qualifications

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 11:59 PM Central

 

The City of Springfield's Municipal Court is looking for qualified individuals to maintain the required security and order of the

Court for day and/or night sessions.

 

Position is Temporary and incumbent will be used to fill-in for vacations, sick leave, or other needs of the court when the

full-time Bailiffs are unavailable.  Position will provide required security in the court room for the Municipal Court Judge

assigned to the docket during court sessions and at the front entrance of the Municipal Court building.

 

Qualifications and Requirements:

Experience, Education and Training:

Must be a high school graduate or have G.E.D.;

AND

Requires two years experience in a security or law enforcement-related profession.

 

53. Fire Prevention Specialist I

 

Attn: Dena Wiggins, Human Resource Administrator

Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District

1001 East Ninth Street

Building D, Second Floor

Reno, NV 89520

Phone: 775-326-6007

Fax: 775-328-3646

E-mail: dwiggins@tmfpd.us

 

Salary: $59,030 - $73,340

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 5:00 PM (Extended)

 

Fire Prevention Specialist I Class Specification

 

Fire Prevention Specialist Position Information

 

54. Fire Prevention Specialist II

 

Attn: Dena Wiggins, Human Resource Administrator

Truckee Meadows Fire Protection District

1001 East Ninth Street

Building D, Second Floor

Reno, NV 89520

Phone: 775-326-6007

Fax: 775-328-3646

E-mail: dwiggins@tmfpd.us

 

Salary: $67,932 - $84,364

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 5:00 PM (Extended)

 

Fire Prevention Specialist II Class Specification

 

Fire Prevention Specialist Position Information

 

55. Confidential Police Secretary (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Municipal Clerk

Borough of Clayton

125 N. Delsea Drive

Clayton, NJ 08312

Phone: 856-881-2882, x103

 

Salary: Hourly rate commensurate with experience and qualifications

Deadline: 6/1/18 by 4:00 PM

 

The Borough of Clayton is accepting applications for the position of Confidential Police Secretary to perform the duties of a

legal secretary including assisting with trial preparation on confidential and criminal investigations, processing payroll, police

records management, expungements, firearms permit processing and Uniform Crime Reporting.

 

Must have working knowledge of Microsoft Word and Excel and be able to transcribe oral dictation.  Applicants must possess

excellent written and verbal communication skills.  Previous experience in working with Law Enforcement personnel, Criminal

Justice personnel, attorneys, victims and witnesses preferred. Must be capable of working in a fast paced environment.

Applicants must submit to a thorough background investigation.

 

The position is part-time with hourly rate commensurate with experience and qualifications.

 

Applicants should submit an employment application and resume to the Clayton Municipal Clerk at 125 N. Delsea Drive,

Clayton, NJ 08312 by 4:00 pm on June 01, 2018.  The Borough of Clayton is an EOE.

 

56. Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

Town of Davidson

216 S. Main Street

P.O. Box 579
Davidson, NC 28036

Phone: 704-940-9610

E-mail: hjames@townofdavidson.org

 

Salary: $16.96 - $25.04/hour

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 11:59 PM EST

 

View the full Police Officer job description.

 

57. Police Records Specialist I, II, or III

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Gastonia

181 South Street

Gastonia, NC 28053-1748

Phone: 704-866-6859

E-mail: tracys@cityofgastonia.com

 

Salary: $31,963.36 - $52,739.44

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 5:00 PM Eastern Time

 

Performs difficult skilled administrative support work involving the maintenance, compilation, and dissemination of police

records, providing clerical support and assisting the public; does related work as required. Work is performed under the limited

supervision of the Police Records Supervisor.

 

Education/Experience:

Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school and considerable experience in

administrative support work.  Must pass intermediate level PC applications (Word, Excel), must have five (5) years

consecutive clerical or law enforcement service with the City of Gastonia with typing speed of 45 words per minute, and

successfully complete numeric and alphanumeric data entry tests with a score of 70% with a standard of accuracy of (2) two.

 

Special Requirements/Additional Information:

DCI Certification from the State of NC within 120 days of hire.

NCAWARE Certification from State of NC within six months of hire.

CJ Leads Certification from State of NC within months of hire.

Notary Public from State of NC within six months of hire.

NIMS IS-100, IS-200, IS-400, IS-700 within twelve months of hire.

 

Must possess a valid appropriate driver's license with acceptable driving history.

 

Drug screening, criminal background, and a POET (post offer employment testing) are required.

 

58. Administrative Services Assistant

 

Attn: Erika Vogel, Township Administrator

Butler Township

3510 Sudachi Drive

Dayton, OH 45414

Phone: 937-898-6735 x1113

E-mail: evogel@butlertownship.com

 

Salary: $15.61 - $17.40/hour, plus benefits

Deadline: 6/1/18

 

Butler Township (Montgomery County, Oh) is seeking a professional, organized and personable candidate for the position of

Administrative Services Assistant who will serve as a receptionist and an assistant to both the Police Department and the

Township Administrator by performing specialized clerical functions, such as records clerk and human resources assistant.

 

Candidates must have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, a valid driverís license and 3 years of related

administrative/clerical experience.

 

59. Firefighter-Medic

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Salem

555 Liberty Street, Room 225

Salem, OR 97301

Phone: 503-588-6162

Fax: 503-588-6170

E-mail: HR@cityofsalem.net

 

Salary: $5,574.05 - $7,034.91/month

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

The City of Salem is accepting applications for the position of Firefighter-Medic. Anyone with a desire to pursue a challenging

and rewarding career in the Fire Service is encouraged to apply.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Valid Oregon class C driver's license or other state equivalent, AND

Associate's degree from an accredited institution of higher learning (refer to Oregon reciprocity rules for exceptions).

Current certification as an Oregon Paramedic, (Paramedic certification must be obtained prior to invitation to test) OR

National Registry certification as a Paramedic and the ability to qualify for State of Oregon reciprocity.

 

The Oregon State Health Authority determines equivalencies; you can contact them at (971) 673-1222. Minimum licensure

requirements for Oregon Paramedic can be found at this link: Oregon Reciprocity Information (Download PDF

reader). Applicants are responsible to obtain forms or information from this agency. Please start this process as early as

possible.

 

60. Lateral Firefighter-Medic

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Salem

555 Liberty Street, Room 225

Salem, OR 97301

Phone: 503-588-6162

Fax: 503-588-6170

E-mail: HR@cityofsalem.net

 

Salary: $5,574.05 - $7,034.91/month

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

The City of Salem is accepting applications for the position of Lateral Firefighter/Paramedic. This recruitment will be used to

fill current vacancies as well as establish an eligibility list.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Currently employed as a full-time Firefighter/Medic with at least two(2) years of paid experience as a Firefighter/Medic

Valid Oregon class C driver's license or other state equivalent,

Associate's degree from an accredited institution of higher learning (refer to Oregon reciprocity rules for exceptions).

Current certification as an Oregon Paramedic, or National Registry certification as a Paramedic and the ability to qualify for

State of Oregon reciprocity, or possession of EMT-P from another state and be able to qualify for State of Oregon reciprocity.

Minimum licensure requirements for Oregon Paramedic can be found at Oregon Revised Statutes and Oregon Administrative Rules.

For non-Oregon Certified Paramedics - the Oregon State Health Authority determines equivalencies; you can contact them at

971-673-1222 or visit their website at Oregon Reciprocity. Applicants are responsible to obtain forms or information from this

agency. Please start this process as early as possible.

NFPA Firefighter I and II or equivalent.

NFPA Operations Level Responder (HazMat Ops)

NFPA Driver (Preferred but not required)

NWCG Wildland Firefighter Type 2 (FFT2) or equivalent (Preferred but not required)

Qualified applicants who are bi-lingual in Spanish, Russian, eligible Asian languages or American Sign Language are

encouraged to apply. There is 5% additional bi-lingual pay benefit.

 

61. Police Evidence Supervisor

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Hillsboro

150 E. Main Street

Hillsboro, OR 97123-4028

Phone: 503-681-6455

Fax: 503-615-3459

E-mail: HumanResources@hillsboro-oregon.gov

 

Salary: $60,230.00 - $79,259.00  ($4,709 - $6,196/month, depending on qualifications), plus benefits

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 5:00 PM Pacific

 

The principal function of an employee in this class is to provide technical assistance to co-workers and to oversee daily

operations of the Police Evidence Division. The work is performed under the supervision and direction of the Police Support

Services Division Manager, but considerable leeway is granted for the exercise of independent judgment and initiative.

Supervisory responsibilities are exercised over Police Evidence Technician. The nature of the work performed requires that an

employee in this class establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers and the general public. The

principal duties of this class are performed in a police department environment.

 

Examples of Essential Work:

This class specification represents only the core areas of responsibilities; specific position assignments will vary depending

on the needs of the department.

Supervises staff to include: prioritizing and assigning work; conducting performance evaluations; ensuring staff is trained;

ensuring that employees follow policies and procedures; maintaining a healthy and safe working environment; and, making

hiring, termination, and disciplinary recommendations.

Oversees daily operational activities and provides coordination and administrative program/project support of assigned area of

responsibility.  Recommends, coordinates and implements initiatives for the enhancement and improvement of service or

program delivery, and develops operational goals.

Responds to inquiries and information requests from internal staff and external customers including; researches information

and provides responses or refers to appropriate resource.

Resolves difficult interpretations, problems and customer service issues referred by subordinates or other department

members; makes independent decisions including exceptions to rules while maintaining consistent standards.

Prepares and/or oversees the maintenance of records, reports, evidence and other confidential and sensitive documentation

according to applicable statutes, regulations, City policy, guidance and retention schedules. Oversees destruction and/or

disposal as necessary.

Provides recommendations for budget preparation, division purchasing and prepares resource recommendations.

Performs other duties of a similar nature and level as assigned.

 

Acceptable Experience and Training:

Associates degree in Public Administration, Business Administration, or a closely related field and 5 years experience

working with in a police agency in the preservation and custody of evidence including supervisory responsibility; or, an

equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to successfully perform the essential duties of the job.

 

Licensing/Certifications:

Valid State Driver's License and safe driving record;

Law Enforcement Data System Certification;

International Association of Property Evidence (IAPE) Certification;

Certification in Advanced Crime Scene Reconstruction;

Must be able to pass an extensive background check.

 

Knowledge of:

Applicable Federal, state and local laws, codes, regulations and/or ordinances;

Supervisory principles, practices and techniques;

Records management principles;

Positive and effective customer service principles;

Contract and grant administration principles;

Principles, practices and methods relating to the collection, documentation, storage and disposal of property and evidence;

Laws of property, evidence, search, and seizure;

Organization and inventory management;

Current technical and forensic processes related to crime scene management

Current methods of property and evidence collection;

Appropriate Firearm, Narcotic and Biologic handling and storage;

Research methods;

Budgeting principles;

Inventory, Auditing and Accreditation compliance principles;

Modern office equipment.

 

Skill in:

Interpreting and applying applicable laws, codes, regulations and standards;

Supervising, monitoring, training and evaluating staff;

Prioritizing and assigning work activities and projects;

Overseeing and implementing operational procedures and functions;

Providing project or program coordination and administration;

Evidence collection, Photography, and fingerprinting;

Researching, analyzing, evaluating and implementing solutions to problems;

Resolving conflict;

Handling sensitive information and maintaining confidentiality;

Overseeing and providing customer service;

Monitoring policy and procedural compliance;

Preparing and maintaining reports, files and records;

Preparing budgeting information and recommendations;

Utilizing a computer and relevant software applications;

Promoting a culture of teamwork and communication by working in collaboration, treating coworkers with respect and dignity,

and maintaining an open mind to diverse voices and ideas.

 

62. Police Sergeant

 

San Jacinto College

4620 Fairmont Parkway

Pasadena, TX 77504

Phone: 281-998-6150

Website: www.sanjac.edu

 

Salary: See Ad

Application Deadline: 6/1/18

 

Featured Department: http://www.theblueline.com/feature/TXsanjacintocollegeps.html

 

63. Police Recruit

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Huntsville

1212 Avenue M

Huntsville, TX 77340

Phone: 936-291-5914

Fax: 936-291-5406

E-mail: HR@huntsvilletx.gov

 

Salary: $18.56/hour

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 11:59 PM CST

 

Qualification Requirements:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below

are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required at the time of hire or for continuation of employment.

 

Education and Experience:

High School diploma or equivalent.

Must meet all Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) and local ordinance requirements.

 

64. Certified Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Huntsville

1212 Avenue M

Huntsville, TX 77340

Phone: 936-291-5914

Fax: 936-291-5406

E-mail: HR@huntsvilletx.gov

 

Salary: $21.48/hour

Deadline: 5/31/18 @ 11:59 PM CST

 

Qualified applicants must have attended and graduated a police academy and successfully passed the State of Texas

Certification TCOLE test and be licensed as a Peace Officer in the State of Texas.

 

Qualification Requirements:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each duty satisfactorily.  The requirements listed below

are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required at the time of hire or for continuation of employment.

 

Education and Experience:

High School diploma or equivalent.

Must meet all Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) and local ordinance requirements.

 

65. Firefighter - 10 Openings

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Garland

P.O. Box 469002

Garland, TX 75046-9002

Phone: 972-205-2475 (Option 0)

Fax: 972-205-2706

E-mail: Careers@garlandTX.Gov

 

Starting Salary: $55,696; $61,004 after one year (After one year, Firefighters may be eligible to receive longevity, additional

education and assignment compensation, as provided by State Statute and City of Garland Civil Service Rules and

Regulations)

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 5:00 PM CT

 

Education/Experience:

Persons who have served in the United States of America military, received an Honorable Discharge, and pass the

Examination may have five (5) points added to their test score if candidate submits a legible copy of a United States of

America government issued form documenting at least 180 days of active duty military service with an Honorable Discharge

(i.e. DD 214-MEMBER 4 FORM).

Have completed 30 or more hours of college credit (with a C average or better).

Currently certified as a licensed paramedic with the Texas Department of State Health Services.

Currently certified or certifiable as a firefighter with the Texas Commission on Fire Protection.

 

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

Ability to pass a physical examination, a comprehensive drug screening and have no more than 20/100 uncorrected vision

Ability to perform in a physical agility test designed to test essential job functions

Ability to give an oral interview answering questions regarding potential performance as a firefighter

Ability to pass an extensive background check including driving record and polygraph examination

Ability to work a shift schedule (24 hours on duty, followed by 48 hours off duty) or 40 hour work week with an 8-5 schedule

 

Licenses & Certifications:

Valid Class C Texas driver's license and obtain Class B after employment.

 

Minimum Education & Work Experience:

Must be United States of America citizen at the time of application

Must be at least 18 years of age at the time of examination, and not 36 years of age or older at the time of examination. 

High School Graduate or General Equivalency Diploma (GED)

 

66. Animal Services Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Dallas

1500 Marilla Street, 1CS

Dallas, TX 75201

Phone: 214-670-5915 or 214-670-3120

 

Starting Salary: $36,860.00 - $45,387.00 (Salary is the starting salary range; amount offered will depend upon qualifications)

Deadline: 6/2/18 @ 11:59 PM Central

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Education:

High school diploma or GED.

 

Experience:

Two (2) years of customer service or animal shelter/animal control experience that involved processing inquiries and/or

complaints.

 

Equivalency(ies):

Any ACO certification plus one (1) year of the required experience will meet the education and experience requirements.

 

License(s) and/or Certifications:

Valid driver's license with a good driving record.

Must obtain a basic Animal Control Officer (ACO) certification AND euthanasia certification issued by the Texas Department

of State Health Services (TDSHS) within probationary period.

 

Other Requirement(s):

Availability to work various/varying shifts including nights, weekends, holidays and twenty-four seven (24/7) on call status.

Subject to inclement weather.

No Felony drug offenses.

 

67. Internal Control Specialist

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Dallas

1500 Marilla Street, 1CS

Dallas, TX 75201

Phone: 214-670-5915 or 214-670-3120

 

Salary: $41,490.00 - $78,682.00

Deadline: 6/2/18 @ 11:59 PM Central

 

Dallas Police Department - Civilian

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Education:

Bachelor's degree in an accounting, business administration field or public administration.

 

Experience:

Three (3) years of professional level experience conducting performance, financial audits, compliance audits and/or related

document reviews and reports.

 

Equivalencies:

High school diploma or GED plus six (6) years of the required experience will meet the education and experience

requirements.

An associate's degree in any field plus four (4) years of the required experience will meet the education and experience

requirements.

A bachelor's degree or higher in a non-specified field plus four (4) years of the required experience will meet the education and

experience requirements.

A master's degree or higher in a specified field will meet the education and experience requirements.

 

License:

Valid driver's license with a good driving record.

 

Other Requirement(s):

Must pass an intensive background investigation and drug test.

No FELONY or class A MISDEMEANOR convictions.

No Class B MISDEMEANOR convictions within the last ten (10) years.

No drug or domestic violence related convictions.

 

Preferences:

One (1) year internal or external experience in governmental auditing

Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE)

Certified Internal Auditor (CIA)

Certified Information Systems Auditor (CISA)

Certified Public Accountant (CPA)

 

68. Fire Inspector II

 

Attn: Human Resources

Fairfax County

12000 Government Center Parkway, Suite 270

Fairfax, VA 22035-0035

Phone: 703-324-3311

E-mail: HRCentral@fairfaxcounty.gov

 

Salary: $47,300.03 - $78,832.62

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 5:00 PM Eastern

 

These positions may be underfilled as a Fire Inspector I (S16); the Underfill Requirements are stated below in the Employment

Standards section.

 

Employment Standards:

Minimum Qualifications:

Any combination of education, experience, and training equivalent to the following: high school graduation or a GED issued by

a state department of education; plus one year of commensurate experience as a Fire Inspector I.

 

Certificates and Licenses Required:

Possession of a valid motor vehicle driver's license is required for all positions in this class;

Certification in Civilian Entry from the Virginia Department of Fire Programs or successful completion of Firefighter I and II;

Certification in Hazardous Materials Awareness from the Virginia Department of Fire Programs;

Certification as a Fire Inspector I/II (NFPA 1031) from the Virginia Department of Fire Programs;

Certification from the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development Building Code Academy (CORE Module).

 

The following Certifications must be obtained within 18 months of appointment to this position:

Certification from the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development course "Fire Protection Systems

Inspection;"

Certification from the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development "Fire Protection General, (3B Test).'

 

Necessary Special Requirements:

Appointee will be required to complete a criminal background investigation to the satisfaction of the employer;

At least 3 years of experience and general knowledge in at least one of the following areas: fire protection, firefighting,

electrical, building, plumbing or mechanical trades.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

Certification from the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development course "Fire Protection Systems

Inspection;"

Certification from the Virginia Department of Housing and Community Development "Fire Protection General, (3B Test)."

 

Underfill Requirements:

This position may be filled by a less qualified applicant at the level of Fire Inspector I (Grade S16).  The minimum

requirements for this level are: any combination of education, experience and training equivalent to the following: high school

graduation or G.E.D issued by a state department of education; plus four years of work experience, three years of which must

be experience and general knowledge in at least one of the following areas: fire protection, firefighting, electrical, building,

plumbing or mechanical trades. Applicants hired at this level will be noncompetitively promoted to the advertised level upon

completion of an underfill agreement.  Click here to view the complete details and KSAs for the Fire Inspector I

 

69. Protective Order Compliance Monitor - Probation Counselor II

 

Attn: Human Resources

Fairfax County

12000 Government Center Parkway, Suite 270

Fairfax, VA 22035-0035

Phone: 703-324-3311

E-mail: HRCentral@fairfaxcounty.gov

 

Salary: $26.16 - $43.61/hour (grant funded position; salary offer for the position will not exceed the mid-point of the advertised

salary range)

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 5:00 PM Eastern

 

Position is a part-time Protective Order Compliance officer who monitors the enforcement of civil protective orders and

coordinates with petitioners and law enforcement when there are violations of the conditions of a civil protective order. Will

assist with the lethality assessment training of Domestic Violence Action Center (DVAC) affiliated staff and the development

and implementation of an assessment tool for both victims and offenders. Keeps abreast of related laws and regulations

dealing with protective orders and domestic violence issues. Collects and maintains statistics for grant and agency. Acts as

part of the DVAC team. Actively participates with agencies collaborating in the DVAC team including magistrates, courts,

police, commonwealth officers, and domestic violence advocates. Participates in Office of Violence Against Women (OVW)

mandated training and technical assistance. Works in compliance with laws, rules, and regulations. Assists in training in

domestic violence issues. Assists probation officers with questions and concerns pertaining to protective orders and domestic

violence issues. Serves as a domestic violence resource specialist to the community. Compiles statistics for the grant and

agency. Requires good oral and written communications skills to support required public speaking and preparation of concise,

informative, and detailed reports. The work schedule for this part-time position is flexible Monday-Friday with occasional

evening or weekend hours.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Any combination of education, experience and training equivalent to graduation from an accredited four-year college or

university with a bachelor's degree  in social/behavioral sciences, criminal justice, or education plus two years of professional

experience in probation work, social work, criminal justice, juvenile justice, education, or counseling. A master's degree in the

disciplines above may be substituted for one year of the required experience.

 

Certificates and Licenses Required:

Must have a valid driver's license.

 

Necessary Special Requirements:

The appointee to this position will be required to complete a criminal background check, a check of the Child Protective

Services Registry, and a driver's license check to the satisfaction of the employer.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

Knowledge of the criminal justice system and awareness of domestic violence issues. Bachelor's degree in a related field.

Demonstrated skills in team-building with the ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients,

colleagues, private and public agencies, and the general public. Ability to conduct interviews and assess client behavior.

Capable of planning and organizing caseloads and developing and monitoring services. Skills in the use of database

applications and Microsoft Outlook, especially Excel and Word. Bilingual in English and Spanish.

 

70. Police Officer

 

Attn: Anne Bass, 9-1-1 Center Supervisor

Brodhead Police Department

1004 W. Exchange Street

Brodhead, WI 53520

Phone: 608-897-2112

E-mail: bhpd@brodheadpolice.com

 

Salary: $20.00 - $25.45/hour (Dependent on qualifications); Wisconsin retirement fund; Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick

leave; Dental; Paid holidays - 10; Clothing allowance; Deferred compensation; Vacation; Lateral pay for prior service

Deadline: 6/3/18

 

Fill Vacancy

 

Qualifications:

U.S. citizen; Minimum age - 21; Driver license; Good driving record; Good physical condition; Eligibility for Wisconsin Law

Enforcement Standards Board Certification; High school diploma; Associate degree; Ability to possess a firearm; No felony

convictions; No domestic abuse convictions; Vision correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and written communication skills; React

quickly and effectively to stressful situations; Able to work evenings, weekends, and holidays; Ability to keyboard/type words

per minute; Knowledge and skills in operating computer systems; Clear and concise speech; Ability to handle several tasks

simultaneously; Ability to perform essential functions of this position; Ability to use all standard law enforcement equipment;

Must be certified or certifiable as a law enforcement officer, unless possess a bachelor degree. Position description available

upon request. See Notes section for additional information.

 

71. Police Officer (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Debra Doriott-Reineccius

Village of Webster

7505 Main Street West

P.O. Box 25

Webster, WI 54893

Phone: 715-866-4211

Fax: 715-866-4863

E-mail: webstervillage@gmail.com

 

Salary: Dependent on qualifications; Clothing allowance

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 4:00 PM

 

Fill Vacancy and Establish Eligibility List

 

Qualifications:

U.S. citizen; Driver license; Good driving record; Good physical condition; 60 college credits; Associate degree; Ability to

possess a firearm; No felony convictions; No domestic abuse convictions; Vision correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and

written communication skills; Previous experience; React quickly and effectively to stressful situations; Able to work evenings,

weekends, and holidays; Knowledge and skills in operating computer systems; Clear and concise speech; Ability to handle

several tasks simultaneously; Ability to perform essential functions of this position; Ability to use all standard law enforcement

equipment.

 

72. Data Communications Specialist (Application Support Analyst)

 

Attn: Department of Employee Relations

City of Milwaukee

200 E. Wells Street, Room 706

Milwaukee, WI 53202

Phone: 414-286-3751

E-mail: staffinginfo@milwaukee.gov

 

Salary: $54,865 - $76,806 (Residents); $53,519 - $74,922 (Non-residents); (Appointment above the minimum is possible

based upon level of experience and other qualifications and is subject to approval); plus a comprehensive benefit program

Deadline: 6/1/18 @ 11:59 PM

 

Recruitment #1803-4750-001

 

Under the direction of the Information Systems Manager and Applications Manager, the Application Support Analyst delivers

support to end users in the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) for a range of in-house software applications. Duties include

troubleshooting software issues, writing documentation, designing and delivering training, and assisting in the acquisition,

implementation, testing, maintenance, and improvement of software applications.

 

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelorís degree in computer science, information systems, or a closely related field from an accredited college or

university.

Three years of professional systems analysis experience involving enterprise application support or development.

Valid Wisconsin Driver's License at the time of appointment and throughout employment.

 

Equivalent combinations of education and experience may also be considered.

 

Important Note:

College transcripts are required and must be received by the application period closing date. Transcripts should be attached

to your online application. Applications without transcripts attached will be considered incomplete and will be

rejected. Student/unofficial copies are acceptable; however, your transcript must be legible and include your college/university

name, your name, the degree completed (if applicable) and the date completed.

 

Desirable Qualifications:

Proficiency using front end development applications, such as Apache Velocity, JavaScript, and JavaServer Pages (JSP).