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6/27/17

JOB UPDATES

 

 

1.  Firefighter

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Tuscaloosa

P.O. Box 2089

Tuscaloosa, AL 35403

Phone: 205-248-5230

Fax: 205-248-5795

E-mail: hrinfo@tuscaloosa.com

 

Salary: $45,678.75

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

The written test for this job is scheduled for Friday, August 4, 2017.  Applications and supporting documentation must be

turned in by Thursday, June 30, 2017 in order to sit for the written exam.  You will be mailed more information regarding the

written test after the job closes for receipt of applications and after acceptance of your application.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma or GED required; no previous experience required. Must be at least 19 years of age. Must possess a

valid driver's license. Must be able to obtain and maintain a valid Alabama Firefighter I and Firefighter II certification within the

first year of employment. Must be able to obtain and maintain an Emergency Medical Technician (Basic) certification within

one (1) year of receipt of Firefighter I certification or within one (1) year of employment with the City of Tuscaloosa as a

Firefighter.  This job classification is considered to be safety-sensitive and is subject to pre-employment and random drug

screens.

 

Special Requirement:

All Applicants must have successfully completed the Certified Physical Ability Test (CPAT) within the past twelve months to

be eligible to apply for Firefighter.  Before your application is considered complete, you must submit by attachment to

application, by fax, mail, or in person copies of your high school diploma or GED and your Successful Completion of the

CPAT form.

 

2.  Director of Juvenile Detention

 

The Personnel Board of Jefferson County

2121 8th Avenue North, Suite 100

Birmingham, AL 35203

Phone: 205-279-3500 or 866-241-9001

Fax: 205-279-3408

 

Salary: Actual salaries offered must be within the established range, and are commensurate with experience, available budget,

and jurisdictional/Board policy considerations, plus fringe benefits

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

Necessary Qualifications:

Possesses a bachelorís degree in criminal justice, corrections, public administration, social or behavioral sciences, business

administration, or related field

Held role with progressive experience in a detention/correctional facility or with probation services

Held managerial role within a detention/correctional facility or probation function

Experience managing a work unit

Experience implementing and monitoring work unit strategy

Experience interacting with key internal and external stakeholders

Experience working in environments that require adherence to high professional and ethical standards

 

Preferred Qualifications:

Advanced degree in criminal justice, corrections, public administration, social or behavioral sciences, business administration,

or related field

Held role with progressive exposure to juvenile or youth services
Experience working with, or knowledge of, court and probation systems
Experience working with, or knowledge of, state and/or federal regulations relating to juveniles 
Experience managing a work unit
Experience implementing and monitoring work unit strategy
Experience interacting with key internal and external stakeholders
Experience working in environments that require adherence to high professional and ethical standards

 

Examples of Duties:

Managed a work unit (10 or more people)
Experience as a 2nd level manager (i.e., supervised a supervisor)
Responsible for setting goals and making key decisions at a unit level
Managed a budget for a work unit
Responsible for evaluating the performance of those within a unit
Responsible for a concrete substantial change effort
Developed and implemented a strategic initiative
Responsible for managing and delivering results on several high-level projects at the unit level (i.e., more than individual level

objectives)
Experience working in a high stress environment involving multiple constituents
Responsible for a function that delivers services to internal and external customers
Held roles involving forging positive interpersonal working relationships
Responsible for the development and growth of multiple others (e.g., coaching activities, formal mentoring)
Responsible for delivering complex communications to multiple parties (verbal and/or written)
Exposure to essential work tasks and/or processes in non-profit or government, or in a private organization that has

constraints resembling those in the public sector.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

The Director of Juvenile Detention oversees the planning, directing, and coordinating of operations in the Jefferson Countyís

youth detention facility. The Jefferson County Youth Detention Center is a 24-hour, seven day a week residential center for

youth. Detainees are between the ages of 9 and 18, have committed a felony, and have been ordered by Family Court into

detention. The Jefferson County Youth Detention Center has an 80-bed capacity. Through strategic initiatives, the Director

of Juvenile Detention is responsible for compliance with established laws and regulations and providing care for detained

youths. This includes tasks related to leading juvenile detention officers and clerical staff in providing rehabilitative care to

juveniles; forging effective and collaborative relationships with the community and other correctional agencies; and managing

a safe, healthy, and secure facility. The Director of Juvenile Detention formulates and executes a broad range of policies,

establishes annual and multi-year financial plans, works collaboratively with parties internally and externally, resolves

complex business issues, establishes management practices and processes that ensure the accomplishment of performance

standards, and provides technical supervision. The Director is responsible for setting the strategic direction for the Jefferson

County Youth Detention Center.

 

Examination Process:

Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications may be invited to participate in the examination process. Details of the

examination process will be communicated to qualified applicants at a later date.

 

Probationary Period:

New employees must satisfactorily complete a one (1) year probationary period before permanent status is attained.

 

3.  Detention Technician (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Personnel Department

Baldwin County

312 Courthouse Square, Suite 17

Bay Minette, AL 36507

Phone: 251-937-9561

Fax: 251-937-0367

E-mail: acrenshaw@baldwincountyal.gov

 

Salary: $26,312.00 (No more than 29 hours/week; part-time positions do not qualify for Baldwin County Commission benefits,

with the exception of paid time off (PTO) and retirement through the Retirement Systems of Alabama)

Deadline: 6/29/17

 

This work is conducted at the Baldwin County Regional Juvenile Detention Center with integrity and in a positive and

professional manner. An employee in this position is highly responsible for supervision involving the care, custody and

control of juvenile population and the facilitating and/or co-facilitating of the educational sessions. Work also involves

supervising subordinates, clerical functions associated with housing, understanding juvenile behavior and performance

of security tasks, which includes but is not limited to intervening in altercations to ensure the safety of both the juvenile

and fellow staff members.   All work is performed in accordance with local, state and federal guidelines under the direct

supervision of the Alabama Department of Youth Services. All employees shall comply with all applicable DYS regulations

and standards.

 

Education and Experience:

Must have a high school diploma or GED, preference will be given to applicants with a college degree.

Must have a valid driver's license and be insurable by the County's insurance guidelines.

Willing to submit to background checks to include Department of Public Safety, criminal and DHR central registry.

 

Other Characteristics:

Willing and able to work a variety of shifts up to and including overtime.

Willing and able to work directly with some times violent, physically handicapped, mentally ill, physically, intellectually, and

emotionally challenged juveniles, caring for and ensuring their basic needs are met.

Undergo a 40 hour initial training of various topics, i.e. First Aid and CPR, policies and procedures, BMS, master control,

Crisis Prevention Intervention, suicide prevention.

 

4.  Firefighter/EMT

Attn: Human Resources

North Slope Borough

P.O. Box 69

Barrow, AK 99723

Phone: 907-852-0364

E-mail: arlene.toledo@north-slope.org

 

Salary: $25.16/hour

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

Education, Experience, Certifications and Licenses Required: 

High school graduate or G.E.D/or, a combination of 12 years of education and related work experience.

Ability to obtain Firefighter/EMT Trainee required certifications within six months of hire.

Valid Alaska Driver's License that meets North Slope Borough insurance criteria

 

This is a career ladder position. Please contact North Slope Borough Human Resources/Recruiting Division for questions

regarding the career ladder.

 

5.  Police Records Clerk

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Avondale

211465 W. Civic Center Avenue

Avondale, AZ 85323

Phone: 623-333-2200

E-mail: cpenilla@avondaleaz.gov

 

Salary: $16.47 - $23.85/hour, plus benefits

Deadline: 6/28/17

 

The City of Avondale has an opportunity for a Police Records Clerk assigned to the Avondale Police Department. This is a

full-time, FLSA non-exempt position, with benefits.

 

Job Requirements:

High School diploma or equivalency / Knowledge of redaction laws that protect private information.

One (1) year of experience with records maintenance, cashiering and customer service.

Valid Arizona Driver License at time of hire.

An Arizona Criminal Justice Information Systems (ACJIS) Network Terminal Operator Certification Level B

within six (6) months of hire date.

Successfully passing a background check that includes a polygraph and psychological.

Able to type at a minimum of 35 WPM.

Modern office procedures as well as knowledge of computer applications.

 

6.  Police Recruit-Academy Enrolled

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Signal Hill

2175 Cherry Avenue

Signal Hill, CA 90755

Phone: 562-989-7307

Fax: 562-989-7393

E-mail: hr@cityofsignalhill.org

 

Salary: $67,675.99

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

CANDIDATES MUST BE CURRENTLY ENROLLED IN A CALIFORNIA P.O.S.T. APPROVED BASIC POLICE ACADEMY.

CANDIDATES MUST ATTACH A COPY OF THEIR PELLETB T-SCORE (P.O.S.T. ENTRY LEVEL LAW ENFORCEMENT

EXAM ADMINISTERED WITHIN THE LAST SIX MONTHS) AND THE RESULTS OF THEIR ACADEMY ADMINISTERED

PHYSICAL ABILITIES TEST.

 

This is a non-sworn, non-represented, civilian classification, specifically designed to train police officer candidates for eligibility

as a sworn police officer with promotion to the position of police officer contingent upon satisfactory completion of police

academy training and meeting all other requirements.  

Police recruits attend a basic police recruit academy certified by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and

Training (P.O.S.T.).  Position requires full-time attendance at a P.O.S.T. certified academy to prepare the recruit to assume

the responsibilities of a police officer upon completion of the academy.  Work may also include performing non-sworn police

related tasks directly for the Police Department during non-academy hours.  

Academy training progress is reviewed through the formal evaluation system of the police academy by designated academy

staff.  Non-academy work performed at the Police Department is reviewed through conference, written reports, inspections and

observations of results achieved by superior officers. 

Upon graduation from the academy, police recruits are elevated to sworn police officer with full salary, safety status, and

benefits.  All new hires must pass a 12 month probationary period to attain permanent police officer status.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Currently enrolled in a California P.O.S.T. approved Basic Police Academy.

Equivalent to completion of high school.  Completion of sixty college units of study from an accredited community college,

college or university with an emphasis on criminal justice, administration of justice or related field is desirable.

Must have reached 21st birthday upon completion of the police academy.

Vision uncorrected at least 20/70 and correctable to 20/20 in both eyes.  Normal depth perception and color vision in both

eyes.

Hearing must be normal in both ears as passed by the City's Medical Examiner.

Height and weight must be in proper proportion.

Ability to meet physical requirements will be established by competent authority.

Must possess a valid California Class C driver's license and have a satisfactory driving record.

 

7.  Police Officer Trainee

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Riverside

3900 Main Street

Riverside, CA 92522

Phone: 951-826-5808

 

Salary: $4,836.00/month

Deadline: 6/29/17

 

THE CITY OF RIVERSIDE IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE CLASSIFICATION OF POLICE OFFICER TRAINEE TO

ESTABLISH AN ELIGIBILITY LIST WITHIN THIS CLASSIFICATION.

 

Police Officer Trainees under direct supervision, receive training in law enforcement related work that will lead to promotion

to/or candidacy for a Police Officer position; display an awareness of and empathy towards all persons who they may come

in contact with; and perform related duties as required.

 

Qualifications:

Recruitment Guidelines:

Education:

Equivalent to completion of twelfth grade.

 

Experience:

None

 

Necessary Special Requirements:

Possession of a valid class "C" California Motor Vehicle Operator's License.

Minimum age of 21 (At time of graduation from academy).

Height and weight in proportion to age.

Must be a citizen of the United States OR permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship.

 

8.  Firefighter (Paramedic Assignment)

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Downey

11111 Brookshire Avenue, 2nd Floor

Downey, CA 90241-7016

Phone: 562-904-7292

Fax: 562-622-4648

E-mail: humanresources@downeyca.org

 

Salary: $5,392.80 - $6,680.74/month 

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

At this time, the Department is only pursuing candidates that are currently certified as Paramedics or currently enrolled in

Paramedic school with graduation prior to the paramedic skills assessment portion of the recruitment process tentatively

scheduled for the week of August 14th.

 

Upon appointment, participates in a six (6) to eight (8) week City of Downey Fire Fighting Training Program involving field

instruction. In a non-safety training capacity and under close supervision, learns to perform firefighting duties used in the

suppression of structural, aircraft, wild-land and other types of fires; participates in training as an Emergency Medical

Technician I/Fire Service; learns to perform routine fire prevention activities; and, learns other duties as required.  In a

safety capacity, responds to emergency or non-emergency calls involving the suppression, extinguishment, and prevention

of fires; protects life, property, and environment, including rescue and salvage operations and mitigation of hazardous materials

incidents; cleans, maintains and repairs fire station property and environment; trains and drills for emergency preparedness;

logs calls and training data into computer; cooperatively communicates and works with co-workers, supervisors, and the

public; and performs related duties as required.

 

Qualifications:

A combination of education, training, and work experience to demonstrate possession of the knowledge, skills, and abilities to

successfully perform in the position.  Typical minimum qualifications are as follows:

Education:

High school graduate or equivalent.

 

Age:

Must be at least 18 years old.

 

Fire Academy Status: Must meet at least one (1) of the following:

Graduation from a California State Board of Fire Services accredited Basic Fire Academy, OR
Currently enrolled in California State Board of Fire Services accredited Basic Fire Academy AND graduate  prior to date of hire.

 

License/Certification:

Valid California Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).  Certification as an EMT-Paramedic is highly desirable.
Out-of-state candidates must provide a valid state issued EMT or EMT-P Certification.
Valid California Class C driver's license by time of appointment with an acceptable driving record. 

 

Additional Information:

Probationary Period:

Upon appointment, Firefighters are subject to an eighteen (18) month probationary period.

 

Non-Smoking Policy:

The Downey Fire Department prohibits safety employees from the use of tobacco products either on or off the job.  New hires

must sign an acknowledgement of this policy prior to appointment.

 

California Department of Motor Vehicle (DMV) Pull Notice System: An incumbent appointed to this position is subject to

enrollment in the California DMV Pull Notice Program. The Pull Notice program provides information on the incumbent's

driving record and Driver's License status on a periodic basis to the City of Downey.

 

9. Clerk Typist III

Attn: Human Resources

City of Long Beach

333 W. Ocean Boulevard

Long Beach, CA 90802

Phone: 562-570-6621

Fax: 562-570-6107

E-mail: Human.Resources@LongBeach.Gov

 

Salary: $1,388.08 - $1,898.24 Biweekly

Deadline: 7/2/17

 

This provisional recruitment will open for filing on Friday, June 30, 2017 and close on Sunday, July 2, 2017 at 11:59 PM. To be

considered, applicants must submit an online application, including an attached resume and cover letter that reflect the scope

and level of their current/most recent positions and responsibilities.

 

The Long Beach Police Department is seeking a professional, self-motivated Clerk Typist III (Provisional) to work in the

Administration Bureau's Records Division.  This position is responsible for the development, maintenance, retention, and

retrieval of confidential Police Department records in accordance with legal statutes and departmental procedures; provide

clerical support to police officers and investigators; and responds to public requests for information or services.

 

Examples of Duties:

Classifies incoming crime reports in accordance with Federal Bureau of Investigation Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) criteria,

performing quality control for completeness, accuracy, and compliance with legal and other requirements;

Interacts with the public and internal customers both in person and over the phone primarily regarding crime reports;

Processes, inputs, and interprets police records, including arrests, warrants, citations, restraining orders, vehicle information,

crime, and traffic reports using local, state, and national law enforcement information system databases, such as CLETS,

NLETS, ARS/RMS, and the National Crime Information (NCIC) Systems.

 

Requirements To File:

Two years (full-time equivalent) of paid professional clerical experience;

Proof of a Keyboarding Skill Certificate from an approved government, employment or training agency recognized by the City

of Long Beach Civil Service Department and obtained within the last 12 months demonstrating the ability to type accurately

on a personal computer at a minimum net speed of 30 wpm is required at the time of the selection interview. (List of agencies)

 

The successful candidate will possess the following:

The ability to pass a rigorous background investigation. 

Ability to type accurately on a personal computer at a minimum net speed of 30 wpm;

Proficiency in the use of Microsoft Office Programs (Word, Excel, Outlook);

Ability to file alphabetically and numerically;

Ability to perform simple mathematical calculations;

Ability to correct errors in grammar, spelling and punctuation;

Strong customer service skills; 

Excellent written, oral, and interpersonal communication skills;

Ability  to meet deadlines, prioritize a heavy workload, and handle multiple projects efficiently;

Ability to handle confidential matters;

Excellent work habits and a desire to be an effective team member;

Ability to work well with employees at all levels of the organization.

 

For questions regarding this recruitment, contact Personnel Secretary Ana Maria Rios at AnaMaria.Rios@longbeach.gov.

 

10. Police Cadet (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Personnel Department

City of Redding

P.O. Box 496071

Redding, CA 96049-6071

Phone: 530-225-4065

Fax: 530-225-4062

E-mail: personnel@cityofredding.org

 

Salary: $10.50 - $14.07/hour

Deadline: 6/28/17

 

The City of Redding Police Department is adding to an existing eligibility list for current and future vacancies that may occur

during the life of the list. The Police Cadet program is designed to provide law enforcement exposure to those individuals with

a serious commitment toward pursuing a career in law enforcement. Individuals in this classification support field operations,

records, administrative, and investigative personnel by performing a variety of non hazardous police and clerical work.

 

Typical Qualifications:

Knowledge of:

Some basic knowledge of police procedures preferred; filing and record keeping; motor vehicles; and city streets and

addresses.

 

Ability to:

Interact effectively with the public and employees; answer the phone and provide information; read and write; find addresses

and people and serve subpoenas; and maintain a valid California driver's license.

 

Education & Experience:

Any combination of training and experience that provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities is qualifying; typical

education would include a high school diploma or equivalent by the closing date, and current enrollment in, or completion

of classes in Administration of Justice. Typical experience would include office work, prior experience as a Police Explorer,

or working with the public.

 

Special Requirements:

Must be at least 18 years of age by the closing date and possess the appropriate California driver's license, or the ability to

acquire one within ten days of appointment. Familiarity with typing on a keyboard is desirable.

 

11. Vehicle Abatement Officer (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Sunnyvale

505 W. Olive Avenue, Suite 200
Sunnyvale, CA 94086

Phone: 408-730-7490

 

Salary: $25.50 - $32.54/hour (Approximately 21 - 24 hours/week)

Deadline: 6/29/17 @ 5:00 PM (If interested in this position, you should apply as soon as possible as only the first 100

qualified and complete applications will be considered)

 

This is a regular part-time position in the Department of Public Safety. Under supervision, responds to complaints from the

public related to abandoned vehicles; enforces municipal and vehicle codes, parking regulations; maintains records; and

performs other duties as assigned.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Education and Experience: 

The minimum qualifications for education and experience can be met in the following way:

A high school diploma or GED equivalent, AND

Six months of public contact experience.

 

Licenses/Certificates:

Possession and continued maintenance of a valid class C California driver's license and a safe driving record.

 

Desirable Qualifications:

Ability to read and understand parking ordinances and code.

Ability to convey meaning of parking ordinances to public.

Ability to learn standard broadcasting procedures.

 

12. Public Service Representative

 

Attn: Human Resources Management

City of Oakland

150 Frank H. Ogawa Plaza

Oakland, CA 94612

Phone: 510-238-3112

 

Salary: $46,059.00 - $56,589.00

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

The City of Oakland is currently recruiting to fill four Public Service Representative vacancies. One vacancy is in the Oakland

Police Department, one vacancy is in the Finance Department and two vacancies are in the Planning & Building Department.

 

Under general supervision, responds to concerns from the public regarding service delivery; serves as the front-line support

provider responding to questions from the public, complaints or compliments regarding services supplied by a City agency

or department in a timely manner; utilizes an automated service directory in responding to the public; maintains records

and survey data summarizing client responses; utilizes personal computer for word processing of forms, letters,

memorandums and reports; retrieves information from a mainframe computer system; and performs related duties as assigned.

 

A Typing Certificate demonstrating proficiency at a rate of 35 net words per minute must be included with your online

employment application issued within the last six months (December 30, 2016 - June 30, 2017).

 

Minimum Requirements for Application:

Any combination of education and experience that is equivalent to the following minimum qualifications is acceptable.

 

Education:

Equivalent to the completion of two-years of college with a major in business administration or related field. NOTE: Experience

may be substituted for education on a year-for-year basis.

 

Experience:

Three years of progressively responsible experience performing client services or equivalent duties which include heavy public

contact

 

Other Requirements:

A typing certificate demonstrating proficiency at a rate of 35 net words per minute must be included with your online

employment application.  Applications submitted without the required typing certificate will be considered incomplete.

 

13. Police Service Officer

 

Attn: Personnel Division

City of Clovis

1033 Fifth Street

Clovis, CA 93612

Phone: 559-324-2725

Fax: 559-324-2865

 

Salary: $52,428.00 - $63,720.00

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

Under general supervision, primarily performs dispatcher duties for the Communications Center and may perform a variety of

non-peace officer law enforcement and support service duties in the office and field in a variety of areas, and to perform related

work as required.

 

Typical Qualifications:

License Required:

Possession of a valid California Driver's License and a good driving record.

 

Education and Experience:

Education:

Completion of sixty (60) college units from an accredited college or university.

 

Desirable Education:

Bachelor's Degree..

 

Experience:

Three (3) years of experience involving public contact work.

 

14. Intern (Harbor Police)

Attn: Human Resources

Port of San Diego

3165 Pacific Highway

San Diego, CA 92101

Phone: 619-686-6200

E-mail: CustomerServiceCenter@portofsandiego.org

 

Salary: $14.45 - $22.41/hour

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

Interns in the Harbor Police Department will be assisting administrative staff with invoice processing, working closely with

vendors, maintaining office records and tracking equipment used by Officers and staff. Other duties include processing data

entries through various programs such as SAP, Armorerlink Inventory, Documentum (D2) and Microsoft Excel.

 

With general supervision, provides part-time employment opportunities for college level interns to perform job assignments that

are closely related to their area of study. Any full-time college or graduate level student may apply for consideration for

vacancies.

 

Minimum Requirements:

Education, Training and Experience:

Intern I:

College level students currently enrolled in at least twelve (12) semester units at an accredited college or university, majoring

in a field of study closely related to current vacancies, may qualify for Intern I appointments. Students in their final

semester/quarter who need less than full-time enrollment to graduate with a 2 or 4-year degree need only be enrolled

part-time in courses required for degree completion, with verification from the college or university registrar.

 

Intern II:

Students in a graduate program leading to an advanced or doctoral degree enrolled in an accredited college or university,

majoring in a filed of study closely related to current vacancies, may qualify for Intern II appointment with verification from

the college or university registrar. Full-time student status is not required for students in a graduate program.

 

Licenses, Certificates, Special Requirements:

A current, valid California Class C driver's license at time of appointment and maintained at all times thereafter in order to

operate a vehicle on District business.

If assigned to perform work at any of the District's maritime facilities you must be able to pass a background check in

accordance with current Federal and State requirements.

 

If assigned to perform work at any of the District's Harbor Police facilities you must be able to pass a background investigation

that includes, but is not limited to a polygraph examination.

 

15. Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

Town of Monument

645 Beacon Lite Road

Monument, CO 80132

Phone: 719-884-8014

E-mail: rbishop@tomgov.org

 

Starting Salary: $43,000 plus a comprehensive benefits package

Deadline: 6/30/17 @ 4:30 PM

 

Police Officer Application Packet

 

16. Police Officer

 

Attn: Employment Services

City of Lakeland

500 N. Lake Parker Avenue

Lakeland, FL 33801-2097

Phone: 863-834-8790

E-mail: civilservice@lakelandgov.net

 

Salary: $19.92 - $31.08/hour

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

THIS POSITION IS FOR CURRENTLY EMPLOYED SWORN POLICE OFFICERS IN THE STATE OF FLORIDA FOR THE

LAST CONSECUTIVE 36 MONTHS.

 

Qualifications:

Must be at least 19 years of age.

Must possess a high school diploma or GED from an accredited school or training facility.

Preference may be given to those applicants who possess an associate's degree or higher from an accredited college or

university.

Applications will only be accepted for the Accelerated Application Process if the applicant:

Is currently employed as a full time sworn police officer in the State of Florida.

Has been a full time sworn police officer at their current department for, at minimum, the last 36 consecutive months.

 

Special Requirements:

Must possess a valid state of Florida driver's license.

Must maintain a valid telephone number.

Applicants must meet all requirements established by the Florida Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission.

Applicants must also possess a current state of Florida police officer certification. The requirements are enumerated in

F.S. 943.13.

Applicants will be required to pass an extensive background investigation which includes, but is not limited to, a polygraph

exam, drug screening examination, physical exam, psychological testing, prior to beginning employment as a Lakeland

Police Officer.

May be required to work overtime, or alternate hours, as necessary for the efficient operation of the department.

Position may be designated as Mission Critical by Department Director.

 

17. Communications Training Coordinator

 

Attn: Office of Human Resources

City of Coral Springs

9551 W. Sample Road

Coral Springs, FL 33065

Phone: 954-344-1150

Fax: 954-344-1151

E-mail: DPazdra@coralsprings.org

 

Salary: $49,000.00 - $75,000.00

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

Examples of Duties:

Under administrative direction, the purpose of the position is to facilitate training in the Communications unit, as well as assist

other units within the Police Department.  Responsible for the training and certifications of staff to ensure that all licenses and

certificates are in compliance with state and federal guidelines.  The position is the point of contact for all of the

Communications Training Officers (CTO) who need assistance with training and personnel issues.  The position is the point

person for CALEA certification files, provides a lifeline between citizens, road patrol officers and fire department personnel.

Assumes and facilitates all responsibilities associated with communication center's daily functions as a vital and essential

part of the police and fire departments.  Assumes control of the communications center in the absence of the Administrator

when needed.

 

Develops, implements and evaluates the effectiveness of the Communications Unit training procedures, tactics and results.

Provides feedback regarding employees' progress through the various training classes.  Makes appropriate recommendations

as a result.

Responsible for the training and certifications of staff to ensure that all licenses and certifications are in compliance with State

and Federal guidelines.  Tracks the status and provides various reports.

Manages and coordinates the Communications Training Officer (CTO) program, instructor for new CTO's and guides the

Communications Training Officers.

Trains and evaluates progress of employees through continuing education programs that occur in-house or scheduled training

seminars offered throughout the tri-county area.

Responsible for the CALEA communications programs, manuals, communications standards and the accreditation process.

Assists in managing the CALEA certification files; interprets CALEA communications standards; provides reading and writing

directives that meet accreditation compliance; identifies and documents CALEA compliance; maintains accreditation files

through use of PowerDMS.

Instructor for Citizens Police Academy, Criminal Justice Operations Course students and any other City of Coral Springs

educational event in reference to the Communications Unit.

Bring and keep up-to-date training materials to adhere to State and Federal Guidelines. Performs duties of an Emergency Call

Taker, Telecommunicator and Shift Supervisor as necessary, for a minimum of 10 hours per month.

 

Typical Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree preferred, however an equivalent combination of education and experience is acceptable.  Must have 5 years

of progressively responsible experience in an emergency communications.  Requires Communications Training Officer

certification; possession of Emergency Medical Dispatch Certificate (EMD) and Florida Public Safety Telecommunicator

Certification; CPR; AED; TDD; FCIC/NCIC certifications.  Must complete required NIMS level training within 6 months of hire.

Must complete APCO Instructor and CALEA Accreditation Manager certifications within first year of hire.

 

18. Teletype Operator

 

Attn: Office of 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: $33,739.00 - $51,283.00

Deadline: 6/27/17

 

The primary function of this role will be the operation of teletype computer terminals and NCIC/FCIC computer systems for

queries, additions and deletions. Additionally responsible for the reception, screening, relaying and processing of public safety

telephone and radio requests for Police personnel and other City personnel.

 

The Requirements:

Graduation from an accredited high school or GED. Ability to type at a minimum rate of twenty-five (25) words per minute.

Must meet FDLE guidelines and standards to be certified to operate public safety databases.

Knowledge of the geography and street systems of the City and surrounding jurisdictions.

Basic knowledge of the methods and practices of operating radio equipment.

Basic knowledge of the civil and criminal law.

Ability to detect the scope and magnitude of an emergency.

Ability and willingness to learn public safety teletype operations.

Ability to speak, read and write English with clarity and accuracy.

Ability to operate a standard keyboard.

Ability to prepare and maintain accurate notes and prepare required reports.

Ability to monitor emergency radio communications.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the public and fellow employees in emergency and

non-emergency situations.

Ability to maintain effective and professional relationships with work colleagues, supervisors, managers and the public.

 

19. Transit Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

Metropolitan Atlanta Rapid Transit Authority (MARTA)

2424 Piedmont Road, NE

Atlanta, GA 30324-3311

Phone: 404-848-5000

 

Starting Salary: $36,670 (tops out at $56,430 for a Sr. Officer) plus excellent benefits

Deadline: 6/29/17

 

MARTA is currently offering a $3,000 Signing Bonus for Georgia Certified Officers.

 

$1,000 Signing Bonus for non-certified personnel.  

 

The successful candidate will have one of the following:

two or more years of college (60 semester hours/90 quarter hours)

one completed term of Honorable Military Service

two years as a POST Certified Peace Officer, Corrections Officer or Jailer

Completion of a Pre-Service Academy

 

Applicants must also be at least 21-years-old and are required to pass all tests related to the position, including a Background

investigation to include criminal history records check, polygraph examination and credit check.  Must pass physical

examination, including drug/alcohol screening and psychological testing.  Must possess a valid driversí license.

 

Special Requirements:

This position has been identified as SAFETY SENSITIVE. Participation in MARTA's Drug & Alcohol Program is a condition of

employment. Failure to adhere to MARTA's Drug & Alcohol Program will result in termination.

An official investigation into the applicant's background will be conducted, including a criminal history records check.

Must be able to speak and communicate clearly and perform all aspects of the positions of Police Officer.

A physical examination, including drug/alcohol screen, psychological test, and physical agility test will be required. 

Must possess a valid driver's license.

 

20. Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

Athens-Clarke County Unified Government

375 Satula Avenue

Athens, GA 30601

Phone: 706-613-3090

Fax: 706-613-3118

E-mail: hr@athensclarkecounty.com

 

Minimum Salary: $36,306.00

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

Minimum Training & Experience Required to Perform Essential Job Functions:

High school diploma or equivalent required. 

Must be a United States Citizen as required by P.O.S.T. 

Must be at least 21 years of age; within at least 90 days of your 21st birthday upon application.

Must possess a valid driver's license.

Requires ability to obtain and maintain current certification requirements set forth in the Georgia Mandate Law Enforcement

Training Act/Peace Officer's Standards and Training Act within 6 months of date of hire.

 

21. Police Services Officer

 

Kauai Police Department

3990 Kaana Street, Suite 200

Lihue, HI 96766

Phone: 808-241-1907

E-mail: rgreen@kauai.gov

Website: www.kauai.gov/police

 

Starting Salary: $60,504 - $79,944

Population: 69,412

Sworn Officers: 162

Application Deadline: Continuous

 

Featured Department: http://www.theblueline.com/feature/HIkauai1.html

 

22. HealthCare Police Officer

 

University of Kentucky Police Department

305 Euclid Avenue

Lexington, KY 40506

Phone: 859-218-2307

E-mail: Alyssa.Rose1@uky.edu

Website: www.uky.edu/Police

 

Salary: $31,887 - $48,422

Sworn Officers: 55

Application Deadline: 7/4/17

 

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

 

23. Fire Arson Investigator Trainee (NOINC)

 

Attn: Human Resources

Louisville Metro Government

517 Court Place, Suite 300

Louisville, KY 40202

Phone: 502-574-8100

 

Minimum Salary: $23.63/hour

Deadline: 6/27/17

 

Essential Functions:

Learns to perform fire investigative work

Learns to complete investigative and operational duties, making arrest under Kentucky Revised Statues 95.160, using full

police powers as designated by the Director of Safety

Learns to investigate and enforce all local ordinances and Kentucky Revised Statues pertaining to fire and the crime of arson.

 

Minimum Requirements:

High school diploma or the equivalent AND Two years of experience in investigative work

OR

Associate Degree in Fire Science AND One year of experience in investigative work

OR

Bachelor's Degree in Fire Science, Criminology, Criminalistics, Crime Scene Technology, Police Science, Law Enforcement,

Psychology, Sociology, or Business

OR

Four years of experience in fire suppression with a metropolitan fire department as defined by the International Association of

Fire Chiefs

 

Other Minimum Requirements:

Must be a US Citizen

Must be a minimum of 21 years of age

Must be of good moral character, with no criminal or felony record inconsistent with the provisions of this paragraph.

Unacceptable will be persons who have been convicted of a felony, or who have any criminal action pending against them

An applicant may be disqualified for multiple misdemeanors, an unacceptable criminal record, or multiple traffic violations

Applicants who have bought or sold marijuana within three years of application, or have bought or sold any controlled

substance or narcotic drug without a prescription within six years of application will be disqualified

Must submit to a pre-employment drug screening

Must submit to a pre-employment polygraph test

Must pass a pre-employment physical, stress and medical examination

Must take a pre-employment written and oral psychological evaluation

Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license

Successful completion of the Firefighter Recruit Training program administered by the Louisville Division of Fire

Successful completion of the Law Enforcement Basic Training program administered by the Kentucky Department of Criminal

Justice

Must be eligible for certification as a State Peace Officer

Must wear safety equipment as mandated by OSHA

Within the last 2 years must not have conducted the business of a private detective agency or any agency supporting private

detectives, private policeman or private guards/advertised or solicited any such business in connection with any labor dispute

Must never have been convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude

Must work a varied schedule

 

24. Fire Recruit

 

Attn: Human Resources

Louisville Metro Government

517 Court Place, Suite 300

Louisville, KY 40202

Phone: 502-574-8100

 

Minimum Starting Salary: $45,431.36

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

Essential Functions:

Participates in the academic and physical recruit training programs of the Louisville Metro Fire Academy

Participates in a battery of exams to determine suitability for the position of Firefighter.

 

Minimum Requirements:

High school diploma or the equivalent

 

Other Minimum Requirements:

Must be a minimum of 18 years of age

Must be of good moral character, with no criminal or felony record inconsistent with the provisions of this paragraph.

Unacceptable will be persons who have been convicted of a felony, or who have any criminal action pending against them

An applicant may be disqualified for multiple misdemeanors, an unacceptable criminal record, or multiple traffic violations

Applicants who have bought or sold marijuana within three years of application, or have bought or sold any controlled

substance or narcotic drug without a prescription within six years of application will be disqualified

Must submit to a pre-employment drug screening

Must pass a pre-employment physical agility test

Must pass a pre-employment polygraph test

Must wear personal protective and safety equipment as mandated by OSHA

Must be vaccinated for hepatitis B, have provided evidence of immunity, or have signed a declination form within ten days of

initial assignment

Must work a varied schedule

Must obtain or possess current Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) Certification, per KRS 95A.040(2)(b), prior to final offer

of employment

Must have received an honorable discharge or a general discharge under honorable conditions if having served in any branch of

the armed forces of the United States

Must be able to swim, to the satisfaction of the Division, by the end of the probationary period

Residency must comply with the current Collective Bargaining Agreement

Must be in excellent health based upon departmental medical standards. Any job offer made by the appointing authority will be

contingent upon passing a battery of medical examinations (including a stress examination)

Must possess and maintain a valid driver's license

 

25. Paid On Call Firefighter

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Farmington Hills

31555 Eleven Mile Road

Farmington Hills, MI 48336

Phone: 248-871-2490

Fax: 248-871-2491

E-mail: hr@fhgov.com

 

Salary: $8.90/hour during training and $14.42/hour after training

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

Paid On Call Firefighter Job Opening

 

26. Enforcement Officer - Animal Control (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Dearborn

16901 Michigan Avenue, Suite 18

Dearborn, MI 48126

Phone: 313-943-2053

 

Salary: $16.00/hour

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

This is limited-sworn authority work enforcing State laws and local ordinances governing animal control within the jurisdiction

of the City.  The employee performs mobile patrol, responds to complaints and performs related duties.  The work is performed

under general supervision of a Sergeant; however, the employee is expected to exercise independent judgment. The Officer

provides City ordinance enforcement to include animal control related matters but also parking enforcement and various

ordinance related matters. All applicants considered for interview must pass a background investigation.

 

Minimum Age:

18 years of age

 

Experience and Training:

High school graduation or GED equivalent.  Some animal control and/or animal shelter experience, ordinance enforcement,

investigation or related experience and related college level course work preferred. Must have or be able to meet Michigan

Dept. of Agriculture requirements and training for certification as an Animal Control Officer. Euthanasia certification for wildlife

and domestic animals and certification for Chemical immobilization (dart gun) will be required. On the job training and ongoing

in-service training will be mandatory.

 

Necessary Special Requirements:

Must submit to a criminal history background check, drug screen, and physical.  Possession of and maintain a valid Michigan

driver license, good driving record.

 

27. Detention Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

Greene County

940 N. Boonville Avenue, Room 314

Springfield, MO 65802

Phone: 417-868-4116

Fax: 417-868-4811

 

Salary: $14.66/hour

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Applicants interested in becoming a Detention Officer must have a high school diploma or GED, and must be at least 21 years

of age. A valid Missouri motor vehicle operatorís license is required. Military, security, or criminal justice experience or

education is preferred. Vocational or technical training in office procedures, preferably related to law enforcement is desired.

Any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills, and abilities will be considered.

Successful applicants will participate in a 4-week Detention Officer Academy upon hire and complete a field training officer

period as required.

 

28. Firefighter/Paramedic

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Richmond Heights

1330 S. Big Bend Boulevard

Richmond Heights, MO 63117-2202

Phone: 314-645-0404

E-mail: ehuett@richmondheights.org

 

Starting Salary: $57,778 (St. Louis County Academy); $55,278 (until Academy is completed)

Deadline: 6/28/17

 

Requirements:

Must possess a current National Registry or Missouri paramedic's license, ACLS (Advance Cardiac Life Support), PALS

(Pediatric Advance Life Support), ITLS (International Trauma Life Support) or PHTLS (Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support), and

a valid driver's license, and high school diploma or GED. 

Must have current CPAT (Candidate Physical Ability Test) certification or be able to successfully obtain certification prior to

being hired. 

Certification in Firefighter I, Firefighter II, Hazmat Awareness & Hazmat Operations by the State of Missouri and St. Louis

County Fire Academy preferred but not required.

 

For those who qualify to advance, testing will be conducted on the evening of Thursday, July 13, 2017.

 

29. 911 Police/Fire Communications Supervisor

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Independence

111 E. Maple Avenue

Independence, MO 64050

Phone: 816-325-7390

Fax: 816-325-7393

E-mail: MGonzalez@indepmo.org

 

Salary: $3,553 - $6,403/month

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

Supervises and directs the work of subordinate emergency police, fire, and animal control call takers and dispatchers; assigns

tasks, projects or areas of responsibility.  Organizes subordinatesí work load and priorities.  Monitors, evaluates and provides

feedback on job performance; takes corrective or disciplinary action.  Coordinates training for new employees.  Implements,

communicates and enforces rules, policies and procedures; monitors radio and telephone communications to ensure

adherence to policies and procedures.  Prepares written shift reports and correspondence.  Answers emergency and

non-emergency voice and TDD calls from the public; determines the nature of the call; determines correct signal and/or code;

assigns priority to call; simultaneously enters information into computer.  Provides technical assistance to staff on handling

complaints or unusual incident reports.  Interacts with the public regarding comments and complaints about unit activities and

staff.  Assumes command in situations requiring supervisor intervention and performs related duties.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma or GED and two to four years of progressively responsible related experience in call taking and

dispatching in a public safety answering point, computer aided dispatch environment.  Supervisory experience in area

of assignment desired.  MULES and ALERT Certified or must be certified within six months or hire.  Knowledge of

administration of staff and activities; geography of the City of Independence; FCC regulations related to the use of radio

and telecommunications equipment; MULES, NCIC and other computer systems used in emergency operations.  Skilled

in planning, organizing, assigning, directing, reviewing and evaluating the work of staff and operating emergency

communications and dispatch equipment.  Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing; maintain composure

when eliciting information from irate, upset or anxious callers.  Must complete required NIMS level training within first six

months of hire.

 

30. Probation Officer Trainee (Juvenile)

 

Attn: Probation Administration

Nebraska State Government

1526 K Street, Suite 100

Lincoln, NE 68508

Phone: 402-471-2075

 

Salary: $2,926.55/month

Deadline: 6/27/17

 

Location: Columbus, NE

 

This entry level position involves job orientation and training under close supervision for a period of one year to afford the

trainee an opportunity to gain experience and develop ability.

 

Qualifications/Requirements:

Requirements:

Graduation from college with a bachelor's degree in the social sciences, criminal justice or related fields.

 

Preferred:

The ability to speak Spanish is desired but not required.

 

31. EMS Technician I Basic - Multiple Full-Time Positions Available

 

Attn: Human Resources

Durham County

200 East Main Street

Durham, NC 27701

Phone: 919-560-7900

Fax: 919-560-7902

E-mail: humanresources@dconc.gov

 

Salary: $29,264* - $52,716*

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

Requirements:

Requires successful completion of the North Carolina State Emergency Medical Services training program or equivalent

training program.

 

Special Requirements:

North Carolina Office of Emergency Medical Services EMT certification and must have a valid NC driver's license with a three

year acceptable driving record.

 

Please submit copy of EMT certification with application.

 

* Salary is contingent upon the employee working the required scheduled hours per pay period.

* Pay for attending mandatory continuing education events.

 

32. EMS Officer I - Paramedic - Multiple Full-Time Positions Available

 

Attn: Human Resources

Durham County

200 East Main Street

Durham, NC 27701

Phone: 919-560-7900

Fax: 919-560-7902

E-mail: humanresources@dconc.gov

 

Salary: $35,418* - $63,767*

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

Requirements:

Requires successful completion of the North Carolina State Emergency Medical Services training program or equivalent

training program.  North Carolina Office of Emergency medical Services Paramedic certification and must have a valid NC

driver's license with a three year acceptable driving record.

Please submit copy of paramedic certification with application.

 

Please submit copy of EMT certification with application.

 

* Salary is contingent upon the employee working the required scheduled hours per pay period.

* Pay for attending mandatory continuing education events.

 

33. Patrolman

 

Attn: Civil Service Commission

City of Delphos

608 N. Canal Street

Delphos, OH 458334

Phone: 419-695-4010

 

Starting Salary: $19.54/hour, plus benefits

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

Civil Service Exam for Patrolman

 

34. Patrol Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Middletown

One Donham Plaza

Middletown, OH 45042

Phone: 513-425-7934

Fax: 513-425-7929

E-mail: karenc@cityofmiddletown.org

 

Salary: $50,728 - $63,819 with excellent benefits

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

To establish an Eligibility List for the classification of Patrol Officer, the City of Middletown will be accepting applications and

will conduct an open competitive examination.

 

Minimum Requirements:

High School Diploma or equivalent; Certification as a Peace Officer by Ohio Peace Officers Training Council; U.S. Citizenship;

possession of a valid Ohio Driverís License; must be 21 years of age at time of appointment and must be no older than 35 if

receiving original appointment.

 

Please email completed application to karenc@cityofmiddletown.org, fax to 425-7929, or return to Human Resources,

City of Middletown, One Donham Plaza, Middletown, Ohio 45042.

 

35. Patrol Officer - Examination

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Cleveland

601 Lakeside Avenue, Room 121

Cleveland, OH 44114

Phone: 216-664-2493

Fax: 216-664-3489

 

Salary: $21,840.00 - $45,905.60 (Starting salary while in Police Training Academy is $10.50/hour; Upon successful completion

of Academy, salary for Patrol Officer is $45,904.64)

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

Public notice is hereby given, by the Civil Service Commission of Cleveland, Ohio, of an open competitive examination for the

above classification.

 

Application must be made electronically through the City of Cleveland's web site:

http://www.city.cleveland.oh.us/CityofCleveland/Home/Government/CityAgencies/

CivilServiceCommission/TestingAnnouncements

No other form or method of application will be accepted.

 

Absolutely no paper applications will be accepted.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

AGE:

Applicant must be a minimum of 21 years of age and no older than 39 years of age AT THE TIME OF APPOINTMENT TO THE

CITY OF CLEVELAND POLICE TRAINING ACADEMY. 
 
EDUCATION:

Applicants must indicate in their application, and present proof at the time of filing, that they have received a High School

Diploma* from an accredited educational institution or have satisfactorily completed the General Education Development

Test (GED).  One of the following must be attached to your application in either a PDF or JPEG format at the time of filing:
High School Diploma

GED

Letter on official stationery from High School or Board of Education stating that the applicant did graduate.

DD-214 (Separation from Active Duty) which specifically indicates the individual graduated from High School or passed the

General Education Development Test.

 

*If the applicant graduated from, for example, a Charter School was home schooled, or graduated from a school outside of

Ohio applicant MUST be able to document that the requirements of the state in which the diploma/GED was issued were met.

 

APPLICANTS MUST SUBMIT A COPY OF PROOF OF IDENTITY, AGE, AND EDUCATION WHEN THEY FILE AN

APPLICATION.  THE CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION RESERVES THE RIGHT TO VERIFY THE AFOREMENTIONED

DOCUMENTS AND TO WITHHOLD THE ACCEPTANCE OR REJECTION OF APPLICATION UNTIL SUCH VERIFICATION

CAN BE OBTAINED.

 

DRIVER'S LICENSE:

Applicant must have a valid State of Ohio Driver's License PRIOR to appointment to the Police Academy.

 

CITIZENSHIP:

Applicant must be a citizen of the United States PRIOR to appointment to the Police Academy.

 

WORK HOURS:

A Police Cadet and Patrol Officers must be available to work any shift on any day of the week.

 

36. Community Service Officer

 

Attn: Office of Human Resources

Denison University

100 West College Street

Granville, OH 43023

Phone: 740-587-6299

Fax: 740-868-1121

E-mail: schlatterc@denison.edu

 

Minimum Salary: $14.76/hour

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

Posting Number: S 121300416

 

Provide service functions to support the general safety of the university community. 

Patrol an assigned area and respond to radio and/or telephonic calls for routine and/or emergency assistance in all matters. 

Perform internal and external public safety functions. Perform investigations when necessary.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

High school graduate or equivalent. A minimum of one year of experience in Public Safety or as a Law Enforcement Officer.

Must have a valid Ohio driverís license, and be insurable through the University. Knowledge of and experience in public

safety/law enforcement procedures and techniques. Excellent communication skills, both written and oral. Excellent

computer and writing skills.

Be able to walk and stand for long periods of time and ride in a vehicle.

Able to work under extreme temperatures and with loud noises and when under stress.

Able to professionally respond to community needs, including responding to incidents involving young adults who may be

impaired as a result of mental health issues or alcohol or drug use.

Must be available to work night, rotating shifts, and weekends.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

College courses in Criminal Justice or related field, prior Educational Law Enforcement experience, ability to give presentations

to students, committees, boards or informal groups. Prior training and experience in a university environment. Current Ohio

certification as peace officer or similar training/education.

 

37. Public Safety Dispatcher (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Human Resources

Lane Community College

4000 East 30th Avenue

Eugene, OR 97405

Phone: 541-463-5586

Fax: 541-463-3970

E-mail: alexanderk@lanecc.edu

 

Salary: $13.42 - $14.60/hour

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

Posting Number: 160119

 

Required Qualifications:

Required Education:

High school graduation or equivalent.

Note: Upon hire, candidate MUST become certified in LEDS (Law Enforcement Data System) and other investigative

databases (Paid training by Department).

 

Required Experience:

Two (2) years of general office experience performing the full range of office support duties.

An equivalent combination of skills will be considered for this position. Experience must involve working in an environment

where human relations, interpersonal and problem-solving skills are used.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

Preferred Education:

Certification as an Alarm Station Monitor

Certification as a Telecommunicator

Dispatcher Certification

LEDS Certification HIGHLY DESIRABLE

 

Preferred Experience:

Current or past sworn (or military) law enforcement experience is preferred.

Experience as a law enforcement telecommunicator preferred.

 

38. Police Officer (Full-Time and Part-Time)

 

Borough of East Greenville Police Department

206 Main Street

East Greenville, PA 18041

Phone: 215-679-5194

E-mail: policechief@egreenville.org

 

Salary: Competitive hourly wage and excellent benefits package

Deadline: 6/30/17 @ 3:30 PM

 

Police Officer Vacancy Announcement

 

39. Deputy Director of EMA

 

Lebanon County

c/o CareerLink

Mr. Gerald Walls

243 Schneider Drive

Lebanon, PA 17046

Phone: 717-274-2554

 

Salary: $1,476.26 Bi-weekly and up depending on experience

Deadline: 6/28/17

 

Deputy Director of EMA Job Announcement

 

40. Detention Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Greer

301 East Poinsett Street

Greer, SC 29651

Phone: 864-416-0097

E-mail: hr@cityofgreer.org

 

Minimum Salary: $29,320

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

The City of Greer is currently accepting applications for a Detention Officer in our Police Department.

 

Job Requirements:

High School Diploma/GED and basic computer skills.  Must be able to successfully complete a three-week training class at

the SC Criminal Justice Academy in Columbia which includes a physical fitness test and must be completed within one year

of hire date.  Must be able to work varying shifts, up to 12 hour per shift.  Must be able to qualify with department issued

firearm;  Must have a valid state issued driverís license.

 

41. Public Safety Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Orangeburg

Post Office Drawer 387

Orangeburg, SC 29116

Phone: 803-533-6000

Fax: 803-533-6007

E-mail: twilliams@orangeburg.sc.us

 

Salary: $34,000.00 (New Hire); $35,700.00 (after successful completion of 6 month probationary period)

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

The City of Orangeburg is looking for a qualified individuals to fill positions as Public Safety Officers with the Orangeburg

Department of Public Safety.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Must be 21 years of age or old;

Possess a valid South Carolina driverís license;

Possess a High School Diploma or GED Certificate;                               

Ability to meet the requirements of the SC Criminal Justice Academy;                                

Ability to meet the requirements of the SC Fire Academy;                              

Must provide a recent Credit Report;                                

Must pass a criminal background and driver's license record check;                              

Must be able to successfully complete medical examination and drug screening;          

Must be able to successfully complete psychological and polygraph examinations;                 

Must be able to successfully complete physical and written assessments; and  

Possess Good Moral Character

 

Preferred Qualifications:

Currently certified as a South Carolina Class 1 Law Enforcement Officer and/or

Currently certified IFSTA Firefighter II

 

42. School Resource Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

Dallas County Schools

8035 E. RL Thornton Freeway, Suite 610

Dallas, TX 75228

Phone: 214-944-4545

 

Salary: $43,700

Deadline: 6/27/17

 

Job Posting No.: 20170608-09

 

Location: Thornton Tower

 

Qualifications:

Education/Certification:

Peace Officer Certification issued by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE)

At least 30 hours from an accredited College

Required to pass a DCS Police Department entrance exam

 

Special Knowledge/Skills:

General knowledge of criminal investigation, police report writing and criminal laws

Bondable as required by Texas Education Code 37.081(h)

Educational law enforcement experience preferred

Good attendance record

 

43. Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Missouri City

1522 Texas Parkway

Missouri City, TX 77489

Phone: 281-403-8500

Fax: 281-403-8978

E-mail: humanresources@missouricitytx.gov

 

Salary: $25.37 - $29.97/hour

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

Test Date: Saturday, July 29, 2017 - 8:00 AM

 

Experience and Education Requirements:

A minimum of a High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED) Certificate and possession of a Texas

Commission on Law Enforcement, Peace Officer Certification are required on or before April 30, 2017.

 

44. Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Temple

2 North Main Street

Temple, TX 76501

Phone: 254-298-5650

Fax: 254-298-5253

E-mail: humanresources@templetx.gov

 

Salary: $1604.81 Bi-weekly, uniforms furnished-Cadet $1674.04 Bi-weekly, uniforms furnished-Probationary If eligible, sign on

bonus will be received upon successful completion of the Probationary Period

Deadline: 6/29/17

 

The City of Temple is accepting registration forms for the Police Officer entrance exam.

 

The City of Temple offers excellent fringe benefits including an excellent pay plan, progressive seniority pay increases,

educational pay for college hours, certification pay, and CPR pay.

 

Applicants certified by the State of Texas as a police officer, and have MORE than ONE (1) year of continuous service, are

eligible for a sign-on bonus. Applicants will be evaluated as outlined in Local Rules Section 41.01 through 41.10 and placed

in the appropriate pay scale upon completion of the required probationary period. Police officers receive pre-set step increases

based on years of service with the Temple Police Department through YEAR TWENTY (20).

 

Registrations must be submitted through our website no later than 5:00 p.m. CST, Thursday, June 29, 2017.

 

For more information and to register for the exam, Click Here and you will be directed to our website.

 

45. Police Telecommunicator

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Lakeway

1102 Lohmans Crossing

Lakeway, TX 78734

Phone: 512-314-7508

Fax: 512-314-7598

E-mail: wendyaskey@lakeway-tx.gov

 

Hiring Range: $32,935 - $47,756 depending on experience and TCOLE monthly certification pay; an excellent benefits

package

Deadline: 6/28/17 @ 4:30 PM

 

Next Testing: Wednesday, 6/28/2017 @ 4:30 PM

 

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE, TRAINING, KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:

Experience:

Continuous, progressive responsible administrative experience.

TCOLE Telecommunicator preferred.

 

Training

Already licensed employees must complete twenty (20) hours of continuing education during each two (2) year training unit.

Non-licensed employees, before the end of the first year of employment, must successfully complete all Texas Commission

on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) courses and requirements and obtain a Telecommunicator License through TCOLE.

 

REQUIRED EDUCATION, DEGREES, CERTIFICATIONS, AND/OR LICENSES:

Proof of citizenship and/or eligibility to legally work in the United States.

High school diploma or GED required.

Must be at least eighteen (18) years of age.

All other criteria listed in TCOLE Rule ß217.2

Maintain required FEMA courses.

 

46. Police Reports Representative, Senior

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Dallas

1500 Marilla Street, 1CS

Dallas, TX 75201

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

 

Starting Salary: $33,290.00 - $49,171.00 dependent on qualifications

Deadline: 7/1/17

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Education:

High School diploma or GED.

 

Experience:

Three (3) years customer service experience which must have included public telephone contact involving resolution of

complex inquiries or complaints.

 

Other Requirement(s):

No felony or Class A misdemeanor convictions.

No Class B misdemeanors conviction within the last ten (10) years.

Intensive background investigation and drug test are required.

Due to TCOLE license requirement, applicants must be a United States citizen.

 

Knowledge, Skills, Ability(ies):

Must be able to tactfully extract information from citizens and assist Police Officers in compiling offense information.

Requires accurate editing and data entry skills, effective communications skills, plus ability to interpret federal, state, local

and departmental regulations.

Must have own telephone/cellular phone.

Position requires availability to work varying shifts including nights, weekends and holidays.

Must obtain Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE), National Crime Information Center (NCIC) and Texas Crime

Information Center (TCIC) certifications during probationary period.

 

Preference(s):

English/Spanish bilingual skills are a plus.

Experience as a Police Reports Representative.

 

47. 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  dependent on qualifications

Deadline: 7/1/17

 

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 Certification(s):

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 varying shifts (days, evenings, nights) including weekends, holidays and twenty-four (24/7) on call status.

Subject to inclement weather.

 

Knowledge, Skills, Ability(ies):

Effective oral and written communications skills.

MS Office or similar software skills.

Customer service skills.

Ability to lift in excess of fifty (50) pounds.

Ability to investigate complaints of animal related issues, to apprehend and impound animals.

 

48. Public Safety Communications Manager

 

City of Denton

c/o Joellen Earl

GovHR USA

Phone: 847-380-3238

 

Starting Salary: DOQ plus excellent benefits

Salary Range: $84,137 - $139,667

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

The City is seeking candidates for a Public Safety Communications Manager with a commitment to honesty and transparency

a hands-on management style, with the ability to encourage a team-oriented workplace.

 

Candidates should apply by June 30, 2017 with resume, cover letter, and contact information for five professional references to

Joellen Earl at www.govhrusa.com/current-positions. Phone: 847-380-3238.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Candidates should have four to five years of supervisory experience in a fast-paced emergency communications center.

Familiarity with CJIS requirements and up-to-date knowledge of leading CAD systems and providers is also required.

Additionally, familiarity with Police and Fire departments of similar size to Denton's is recommended. Significant EMS

experience, specifically with priority dispatching is preferred. Experience with managing a quality assurance program

and performance matrix system is also preferred.

Candidates should possess the following:

A Bachelor's degree in Business or Public Administration or related field

Five (5) years of successful work experience as an Operations Manager or Senior Operations Supervisor of a public safety

communications center, serving Law Enforcement and Fire/Emergency Medical Services

OR

Any combination of education and experiences that demonstrate the ability to complete the work.

 

Conditions of Employment:

Must have a valid Class "C" Driver's License and valid state required minimum automobile liability insurance prior to

employment.

Must be able to work outside of regular business hours as required.

Must currently have a Telecommunicators license issued by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement and or be able

to obtain a license by passing the state exam within one year of employment.

 

49. Deputy Emergency Management Coordiantor

 

Attn: Department of Human Resources

Chesterfield County

P.O. Box 40

Chesterfield, VA 23832-0040

Phone: 804-748-1551

E-mail: hrm@chesterfield.gov

 

Salary: $55,033.00 - $64,768.00

Deadline: 6/29/17

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree in Emergency Management, Homeland Security, Planning, Public Administration or related field and three

years of experience in public safety or municipal planning; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.  Certified

Emergency Manager (CEM) from the International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM) or Virginia Professional

Emergency Manager (PEM) from Virginia Emergency Management Association strongly preferred.  Must have completed

or will be required to complete within six months of employment the Emergency Management Institute's Professional

Development Series of courses, and National Incident Management Systems courses IS700, 800, and ICS 100 - 400.

Considerable knowledge of skill in the development, maintenance, and enhancement of plans and protocols required;

knowledge of federal and state laws applicable to Emergency Management; ability to think clearly and to react effectively

during times of disaster/extreme stress.  Experience working in an Emergency Operations Center, Incident Command

Center desired.  Excellent interpersonal and oral/written communication skills required.  Knowledge of the requirements

of the National Incident Management System and professional standards (i.e. EMAP, NFPA 1600) required.  Considerable

skill in effective oral and written communication; in working with the public and other county employees; in interpreting

statistical information and in developing sound analytical conclusions and recommendations; in developing and maintaining

effective working relationships with department personnel, other county personnel, and other emergency management officials.

Good driving record required.  Must not reflect a total accumulation of six or more negative points within the past three years

or a major violation within the past four years.  Pre-employment drug testing, FBI criminal background check and

education/degree verification required.

 

Duties:

Assists the Emergency Management Coordinator in all planning aspects of Emergency Management. Prepares and oversees

the review, revision, enhancement, maintenance and updates of the county's comprehensive emergency management

programs, plans and protocols.  Assists county departments/agencies with emergency management plans, annexes and

protocols.  Assists with training and exercise development, facilitation and evaluation.  Functions as Emergency Manager or

Planning Section Chief for the Emergency Operations Center when activated.  Trains county employees in Emergency

Management to include NIMS.  Participates in various local and regional emergency management committees and meetings.

Perform other work as required.

 

50. Court Security Specialist (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Department of Human Resources

Chesterfield County

P.O. Box 40

Chesterfield, VA 23832-0040

Phone: 804-748-1551

E-mail: hrm@chesterfield.gov

 

Salary: $13.59/hour

Deadline: 6/29/17

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Minimum of 18 years of age.  High school diploma or GED; criminal justice studies preferred but not required; one year of

security work required; or an equivalent combination of training and experience.  Good oral/written communication and

interpersonal skills, organizational skills; ability to read, walk or stand for several hours at a time; must be able to differentiate

shapes and colors on a monitor.  Working knowledge of Sheriff's Office policies and procedures and federal, state, and local

laws, policies and procedures.  Ability to alert law enforcement personnel to physical altercations/resisting arrest episodes.

Good driving record required.  Must not reflect a total accumulation of six or more negative points within the past three years

or a major violation within the past four years.  Pre-employment drug testing, extensive FBI criminal background check and

education/degree verification required.

 

Duties:

Provides a safe and secure environment upon entering the courthouse.  Processes civilians, court, and county employees

entering the county courthouse to ensure prohibited items and weapons do not enter the facility.  Provides direction to citizens

and those needing assistance in the courthouse. Operates security equipment including a magnetometer and x-ray machine.

Writes reports and other security documentation as needed.  Perform other work as required.

 

51. Public Safety Communications Manager

 

Attn: Human Resources

George Mason University

4400 University Drive

Mailstop 3C3

Fairfax, VA 22030

Phone: 703-993-2600

Fax: 703-993-2601

E-mail: jobs@gmu.edu

 

Starting Salary: Upper $40's, commensurate with education and experience

Deadline: 6/27/17

 

Recruit Number: Staff - 8223

 

The George Mason University Department of Police and Public Safety invites applications for the position of Public Safety

Communications Manager. George Mason University has a strong institutional commitment to the achievement of excellence

and diversity among its faculty and staff, and strongly encourages candidates to apply who will enrich Masonís academic and

culturally inclusive environment. 

 

Responsibilities:

The Public Safety Communications Manager works in the University Police Departmentís 24-hour (24/7) Public Safety

Answering Point (PSAP), and performs a variety of communications and operational tasks in support of public safety,

security and law enforcement operations in accordance with existing university, state and federal guidelines. Supervisory

duties include:

Supervises, plans and participates in the daily operational activities of the Communications Center, providing oversight and

direction to police dispatchers;

Manages employee schedules, training, and leave requests to ensure adequate personnel levels are maintained 24/7;

Manages individual and team performanceócoaches, counsels, motivates and evaluates employees, performing remedial

training or corrective action when needed;

Prepares reports regarding Communications activity, and keeps superiors/management informed of events affecting

Communications area;

Trains new Communications Officers, including completing daily progress reports;

Represents the Communications Center/Department at internal and external meetings;

Serves as the Virginia Criminal Information Network (VCIN) Terminal Agency Coordinator for the department;

Assists in updating policies, general orders, standard operating procedures, and the training manual for Communications;

Coordinates applicant testing and assists on interview boards for Communications Officer positions; and

Ensures compliance with relevant laws, policies and procedures of Mason, the Commonwealth of Virginia, National Crime

Information Center (NCIC), and VCIN.

 

This position will be responsible for acting as a backup dispatcher in the absence of Communications Officers, with duties

including answering emergency telephone lines, dispatching police officers, managing lost and found items, monitoring the

university fire alarm system, monitoring the university closed-circuit television (CCTV) security system, and providing

information and customer service to the university community via both telephone and a walk-up window.

 

The incumbent may be required to work day, evening, or overnight shifts as needed, as well holidays and university closures.

 

Required Qualifications:

NCIC/VCIN Operator Requirements as set out by the FBI Criminal Justice Information System:

A high school diploma or equivalency;

Demonstrated experience working in a police communications center (at least 3 years is desired);

No felony convictions or convictions of misdemeanors involving crimes of moral turpitude or gross misconduct;

Must not currently be wanted for any crime;

Must not have been found guilty by reason of mental illness for any crime;

Be a U.S. citizen or have been a lawful resident of the U.S. for the past 10 consecutive years;

Be able to pass an extensive background investigation to include a polygraph and psychological assessment;

Possess DCJS Dispatcher Certification, or be able to attend and successfully complete an 80-hour police communications

course at the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy (NVCJTA);

Possess or able to become certified and maintain a NCIC/VCIN Level A certification;

Have or be able to obtain Virginia DCJS General Instructor certification;

Have no illegal drug use within the past two years;

Knowledge of rules and regulations governing the operation of emergency telephone systems and police radio systems;

Ability to supervise, train and evaluate staff;

Ability to organize, assign and prioritize workload of self and others;

Assist the public in a professional manner;

Have the ability to multitask and prioritize in a very busy police communications center;

Ability to communicate effectively via telephone and radio;

Ability to handle stress under emergency situations;

Have ethical conduct to act in the interest of protecting the department from liability;

Ability to type at least 50 words per minute; and

Experience operating computers using Microsoft Windows.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

Bachelorís degree, supervisory training, and/or advanced certifications are highly preferred;

Five or more years working in a police communications center;

Substantial experience as a training instructor; and

Extensive knowledge of VCIN/NCIC procedures.

 

Both new and current state employees will be required to serve a one-year probationary period upon employment.

 

52. Police Officer (Entry-Level)

 

Attn: Personnel Department

City of Seattle

Seattle Municipal Tower

700 5th Avenue, Suite 5500

PO Box 34028

Seattle, WA 98124-4028

Phone: 206-684-7999

Fax: 206-684-4157

 

Salary: $33.16 - $43.43/hour

Deadline: 6/30/17 @ 4:00 PM Pacific

 

Entry Level Police Officer describes a candidate with no prior law enforcement experience and those who have completed a

self-sponsored academy and have not worked as a commissioned officer/deputy for a law enforcement agency. Exceptional

Entry Police Officer describes a candidate who has successfully completed a basic law enforcement academy and FTO, but

who does not have the required 24 months of full-time service as a law enforcement officer in the last 36 months in order to

qualify as a lateral applicant. Exceptional Entry Police Officer candidates must test with the entry-level candidates, and are

not eligible to take the Lateral entry exam.

 

Qualifications:

Eligibility Standards:

Be at least twenty and half (20.5) years of age.

Hold United States citizenship.

Attained a high school diploma or a certificate of high school equivalency (GED).

Individuals may not have been discharged from military service under dishonorable conditions.

 

Applicants must meet all eligibility standards by the exam date.

 

The written/video Police Entry exam will be administered on July 15, 2017.

 

53. Correctional Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

Rock County

51 S Main Street

Janesville, WI 53545

Phone: 608-757-5520

Fax: 608-757-5512

 

Salary: $18.14 - $22.28/hour

Deadline: 6/30/17

 

During the following dates and times ONLY, we will be issuing the written exam:

July 20, 2017 with check - in at 12:30 PM, and exam will start at 1:00 PM

July 22, 2017 with check - in at 8:00 AM, and exam will start at 8:30 AM.

 

Supervise inmates confined to the County Jail or in the Jail Diversion Programs. This is responsible para-professional work in

maintaining order and supervising inmates incarcerated at the Rock County Jail. This is a civilian classification and employees

in this classification are not sworn and do not have arrest powers or any other powers delegated to law enforcement officials of

Rock County. Work is performed in accordance with prescribed regulations.

 

Job Requirements, Education, Training & Experience:

High School diploma.

Minimum of 2 years Military Service or an Associate's Degree required, preferably the degree would be in Criminal Justice or

Police Science.

Bachelor's degree preferred.

Must be 18 years of age or older.

Valid driver's license with good driving record.

No felony convictions.

Applicants must successfully complete a written exam, oral examination, extensive police background investigation, medical

exam which includes a cardiovascular fitness test, psychological evaluation and drug screen.

Visual acuity correctable to 20/20 with glasses or contact lenses.

Maintain prompt and regular attendance.

 

Certifications Provided by the Employer:

TIME I and TIME II certification for classification or Jail Diversion assignment.

Must be certified as a Correctional Officer by the Wisconsin Department of Justice Training and Standards Board.

Attend 24 hours of in-service training to maintain certification.

 

54. Police Officer

 

Attn: Chad Dachel, Chief of Police

FALL CREEK POLICE DEPARTMENT

122 E. LINCOLN AVENUE

FALL CREEK, WI 54742

PHONE: 715-877-3231

FAX: 715-877-2866

E-MAIL: CDACHEL@FALLCREEKWI.GOV

 

Salary: Dependent on qualifications; WISCONSIN RETIREMENT FUND; HEALTH INSURANCE; LIFE INSURANCE; SICK

LEAVE; PAID HOLIDAYS; CLOTHING ALLOWANCE; VACATION

Deadline: 6/29/17 @ 4:30 PM

 

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 - CRIMINAL JUSTICE; 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.

 

55. Police Officer

 

Attn: Lori Quinn, Administrative Assistant

TOWN OF BELOIT POLICE DEPARTMENT

1133 E INMAN PARKWAY

BELOIT, WI 53511

PHONE: 608-364-2984 EXT. 14

FAX: 608-364-2991

E-MAIL: LQUINN@TOWN.BELOIT.WI.US

 

Salary: $22.32 - $32.43/hour (Dependent on qualifications); WISCONSIN RETIREMENT FUND; HEALTH INSURANCE; LIFE

INSURANCE; SICK LEAVE; DENTAL; PAID HOLIDAYS - 10; CLOTHING ALLOWANCE; LONGEVITY PAY; DEFERRED

COMPENSATION; VACATION

Deadline: 6/30/17 @ 4:30 PM

 

Fill vacancy and establish eligibility list

 

Qualifications:

U.S. CITIZEN; DRIVER LICENSE; GOOD DRIVING RECORD; GOOD PHYSICAL CONDITION; ELIGIBILITY FOR

WISCONSIN LAW ENFORCEMENT STANDARDS BOARD CERTIFICATION; HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA; 60 COLLEGE

CREDITS; 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; 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 HAVE COMPLETED AND PASSED THE POLICE ACADEMY

WITHIN THE LAST TWO YEARS IF NOT CURRENTLY WORKING FULL-TIME FOR A LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY.

 

56. Sergeant

 

Attn: Marianne Marshall, HR Director

CITY OF BELOIT

100 STATE STREET

BELOIT, WI 53511

PHONE: 608-364-6612

FAX: 608-364-6759

E-MAIL: MARSHALLM@BELOITWI.GOV

 

Salary: $70,498.00 - $79,633.13 (Dependent on qualifications); WISCONSIN RETIREMENT FUND; HEALTH INSURANCE;

LIFE INSURANCE; SICK LEAVE; DENTAL; PAID HOLIDAYS - 10; CLOTHING ALLOWANCE; EDUCATION INCENTIVE PAY;

VACATION; THE BELOIT POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFERS A LATERAL TRANSFER STARTING SALARY ADJUSTMENT

RECOGNIZING THAT PREVIOUS SUPERVISOR EXPERIENCE IS A VALUABLE ASSET. THE PAY SCALE TABLE IS

AVAILABLE IN THE SERGEANTS CURRENT COLLECTIVE BARGAINING AGREEMENT

Deadline: 6/30/17 @ 4:30 PM

 

Fill vacancy and establish eligibility list

 

THE SERGEANT IS PRIMARILY RESPONSIBLE FOR STREET SUPERVISION OF OFFICERS AND ASSIGNED

SUBORDINATES. THE SERGEANT DIRECTS AND COORDINATES PATROL-RELATED FIELD INVESTIGATIONS,

EVALUATES AND DETERMINES FOLLOW-UP, AND ENSURES THAT ALL PATROL-RELATED WORK IS COMPLETED

FOR A PARTICULAR SHIFT.

 

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;

60 COLLEGE CREDITS; ASSOCIATE DEGREE; BACHELOR DEGREE - PREFERRED BUT NOT REQUIRED; ABILITY TO

POSSESS A FIREARM; NO FELONY CONVICTIONS; NO DOMESTIC ABUSE CONVICTIONS; GOOD VERBAL AND

WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS; PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE; ABLE TO WORK EVENINGS, WEEKENDS, AND

HOLIDAYS; FIVE YEARS OF SERVICE AS A LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER WITH THE BELOIT POLICE DEPARTMENT

OR AN AGGREGATE, BUT UNINTERRUPTED TOTAL OF FIVE YEARS OF LAW ENFORCEMENT EXPERIENCE WITH

ANOTHER LAW ENFORCEMENT AGENCY AND NOT CURRENTLY ON A PROBATIONARY STATUS.

 

57. Police Officer

 

Attn: Andrew Schade, Chief of Police

OWEN POLICE DEPARTMENT

219 N PINE STREET

PO BOX 67

OWEN, WI 54460

PHONE: 715-229-2161

FAX: 715-229-4030

E-MAIL: OWENPD@CITYOFOWEN.COM

 

Salary: Dependent on qualifications; WISCONSIN RETIREMENT FUND; HEALTH INSURANCE; LIFE INSURANCE; SICK

LEAVE; PAID HOLIDAYS; CLOTHING ALLOWANCE; LONGEVITY PAY; VACATION; NUMEROUS ONGOING TRAINING

OPPORTUNITIES, FLEXIBLE SCHEDULING AND SHIFT ROTATIONS, TEAM ORIENTED ENVIRONMENT

Deadline: 6/30/17 @ 5:00 PM

 

Fill vacancy and establish eligibility list

 

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;

60 COLLEGE CREDITS; 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; ABILITY TO KEYBOARD/TYPE WORDS PER MINUTE - 35; 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.

 

58. Justice Department - Program Specialist

 

Attn: Ed Smudde, Personnel Coordinator

MONROE COUNTY PERSONNEL DEPARTMENT

124 NORTH COURT STREET

SPARTA, WI 54656

PHONE: 608-269-8719

FAX: 608-366-1809

E-MAIL: ED.SMUDDE@CO.MONROE.WI.US

 

Salary: $17.00 - $18.00/hour (Dependent on qualifications); WISCONSIN RETIREMENT FUND; HEALTH INSURANCE; LIFE

INSURANCE; SICK LEAVE; DENTAL; PAID HOLIDAYS - 10; DEFERRED COMPENSATION; VACATION

Deadline: 6/30/17 @ 4:30 PM

 

OVERSEES PROGRAM PARTICIPANTS BY MONITORING AND REPORTING RESULTS ON DAILY ACTIVITIES OF THOSE

ORDERED INTO THE JUSTICE DEPARTMENT PROGRAMS. POSITIONS WILL BE RESPONSIBLE FOR MAINTAINING

ACCURATE ELECTRONIC AND BOND MONITORING RECORDS AND COMPLIANCE WITH THE MONITORING

PROGRAMS.

 

Fill vacancy and establish eligibility list

 

Qualifications:

U.S. CITIZEN; DRIVER LICENSE; HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA; ASSOCIATE DEGREE - CRIMINAL JUSTICE; NO FELONY

CONVICTIONS; GOOD VERBAL AND WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS; ABLE TO WORK EVENINGS, WEEKENDS,

AND HOLIDAYS; CLEAR AND CONCISE SPEECH; ABILITY TO HANDLE SEVERAL TASKS SIMULTANEOUSLY; ABILITY

TO PERFORM ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THIS POSITION.