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10/31/17

JOB UPDATES

 

 

1.  Police Officer I - 1 Position Available

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Wasilla

290 E. Herning Avenue

Wasilla AK 99654

Phone: 907-373-9035

Fax: 907-373-9039

E-mail: lgarbo@ci.wasilla.ak.us

 

Salary: $25.67/hour, plus benefits

Deadline: 11/1/17 @ 5:00 PM

 

The City of Wasilla is currently recruiting applicants for the Wasilla Police Department for one (1) position of Police Officer I.

This is a nonexempt, regular full-time position with benefits.

 

Applicants should have:

High school diploma, GED or equivalent

Be at least 21 years of age at the time of hire

Preference given to Certified Officers

Selected applicants will be required to perform additional testing, including but not limited to: a background investigation,

physical agility test, physical examination, polygraph, written and verbal psychological examinations, drug screen, Oral Board

procedures, as well as the Wasilla Police Department training program

 

2.  State Trooper Recruit/State Trooper Lateral

 

State of Alaska

PO Box 110201

Juneau, AK 99811

Phone: 800-587-0430 (Statewide toll-free number) or 907-465-4095 (Juneau and out-of-state callers)

 

Salary: $5,242.00 - $5,643.00/month, plus benefits

Deadline: 10/31/17

 

All applicants must successfully pass the written test (Law Enforcement Officer Exam) through www.publicsafetytesting.com

BEFORE applying on Workplace Alaska. For more information on the test, testing fees, upcoming testing dates, and to

register to take the test, go to www.publicsafetytesting.com. After you register for the written test, study materials will be

provided to you electronically. Additional study materials are available for purchase through www.publicsafetytesting.com.

 

Passing written test scores are valid for 15 months.

 

Alaska Applicants, the in-person written test is scheduled for August 11 & 19, 2017 in Anchorage and Aug 11, 2017 in

Fairbanks at the following locations and times:

Aug 11, 2017 Anchorage test:

9:00 A.M. at the Alaska Scientific Crime Detection Laboratory, 4805 Dr. Martin Luther King Jr Ave.

August 19, 2017 Anchorage test:

9:00 A.M. at the Department of Public Safety, ABI Classroom, 5500 E Tudor Rd

August 11, 2017 Fairbanks test:

9:30 AM at the Alaska State Trooper Post, 1979 Peger Rd., Fairbanks, AK

 

If you reside outside of Alaska or Washington State and are interested in testing for the Alaska State Trooper, please visit

https://www.publicsafetytesting.com/outofstate so we can assist you in scheduling a written exam!

 

Applicants must register in advance at www.publicsafetytesting.com. More dates will be added in the future. If unable to test

at the above dates please visit https://www.publicsafetytesting.com/outofstate.

 

The Alaska Department of Public Safety is recruiting nationally for men and women who are interested in a truly unique and

challenging career with the Alaska State Troopers! Recruitment is open for qualified applicants who exhibit the Loyalty,

Integrity, and Courage to become an Alaska State Trooper or an Alaska Wildlife Trooper.

 

The department is seeking qualified applicants to attend the Department of Public Safety Training Academy beginning on

July 29, 2018.Successful candidates will be appointed as an Alaska State Trooper Recruit or Alaska State Trooper, depending

on their qualifications. All new employees to this job class receive high caliber training at no expense, and will earn wages and

benefits while attending the academy.

 

Alaska State Troopers attend the 18-week "dormitory style" academy in Sitka, Alaska and should be prepared to be away

from their family during this training period. After completion of the academy, the new Troopers and their families will be

relocated to their first duty assignment, generally in one of three locations: Fairbanks, Palmer, or Soldotna. Recruits will be

given the opportunity to express their desire for their first duty assignment but ultimately the assignment will be made based

upon the needs of the department. New Troopers are required to participate in and successfully complete the Field Training

and Evaluation Program and must successfully complete a 12-month probationary period before being promoted to a full

service Alaska State Trooper.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

State Trooper Recruit:

Personal History:

Citizen of the United States of America

Possession of high school diploma recognized by a state, diploma from a home school program recognized or certified by a

state or by a local school district within a state as having met the state's graduation requirements, or has passed a General

Education Development (GED) test.

21 years of age or older at the time of Academy.

Possession of a valid driver's license.

Not disqualified from any portion of a prior formal background investigation conducted for this job classification in the last

twelve months.

 

Prior Use of Illegal/Illicit Substances:

Not used, transported or purchased schedule IA, IIA, IIIA, IVA, or VA controlled substance during the last ten (10) years

(unless under the age of 21 at the time of use AND the act occurred more than 3 years from date of application OR there

was an immediate, pressing, or emergency medical circumstance to justify the use of a prescription controlled substance

not prescribed to the person).

Not used marijuana during the past twelve months.

Not illegally manufactured, distributed, or sold a controlled substance (unless under 21 at the time of the act AND the act

occurred more than 10 years ago).

 

Criminal History:

Not received more than three fish and wildlife enforcement citations within the three years before the date of this application.

Not currently on court-ordered probation, either supervised or non-supervised.

Not convicted of a felony whether set aside, suspended imposition, expunged, or pardoned, excluding juvenile adjudications.

Not convicted of a misdemeanor crime that resulted in serious physical injury to another person in the last ten years.

Not convicted of a misdemeanor crime, reduced or related, to domestic violence whether set aside, suspended imposition,

expunged, or pardoned.

Not convicted of more than one Driving Under the Influence (DUI) or chemical test refusal offenses in the last ten years.

Not convicted of a misdemeanor crime of dishonesty or moral turpitude in the last ten years.

Not convicted of more than two misdemeanors in the last ten years (unless under the age of 21 at the time of the acts AND

three years have lapsed since the most recent act).

 

Prior Law Enforcement Conduct:

Never denied certification or had basic certification revoked by the Alaska Police Standards Council or the responsible

certifying agency in any other issuing jurisdiction (unless the denial or revocation has been rescinded by the council under

13 AAC 85.270 or by the responsible certifying agency of the issuing jurisdiction).

Never discharged or resigned under threat of discharge, for cause relating to dishonesty or misconduct, from employment as

a police officer in this state or any other state or territory.

Not illegally manufactured, distributed, or sold a controlled substance while employed as a peace officer or in a position

associated with law enforcement.

 

Special Note:

Positions in this class typically require working rotating shift schedules and shifts with nonstandard work hours.

 

For purposes of the minimum qualifications for this job classification:

Convictions or court ordered probation are recognized as either by civilian court in Alaska, the United States, or another state

or territory, or by a military court.

 

Misdemeanors are recognized as:

1) a crime classified as a misdemeanor in Alaska at the time the crime was committed.

2) a crime committed in another jurisdiction for which there was a conviction in that jurisdiction by a civilian or military court if

that crime has elements similar to those of a misdemeanor under Alaska law at the time the offense was committed.

 

A crime of domestic violence means an offense that:

1) is a misdemeanor or felony under Federal or State Law; and

2) has, as an element, the use or attempted use of physical force, or the threatened use of a deadly weapon, committed by a

current or former spouse, parent, or guardian of the victim, by a person with whom the victim shares a child in common, by a

person who is cohabiting with or has cohabited with the victim as a spouse, parent, or guardian of the victim.

 

State Trooper:

Currently employed in the Department of Public Safety as a State Trooper Recruit; and not less than six months experience

as a State Trooper Recruit; and satisfactory completion of Department of Public Safety Field Training; and determined by the

Executive Director of the Alaska Police Standards Council to be eligible to possess a police officer "Basic Certification" issued

by the Council.

OR

Possession of, or eligible for reinstatement of, an active police officer certificate issued by the Alaska Police Standards

Council;

OR

Twelve months work experience as a police officer AND possession of an active police officer certificate issued by a

jurisdiction outside the State of Alaska and recognized by the Alaska Police Standards Council.

 

Additional Required Information:

This position is exempt from the current hiring restrictions and is open to All Applicants.

 

Workplace Alaska Application Questions & Assistance:

Questions regarding application submission or system operation errors should be directed to the Workplace Alaska hotline at

1-800-587-0430 (toll free) or (907) 465-4095 if you are located in the Juneau area. Requests for information may also be

emailed to recruitment.services@alaska.gov.

 

For specific information in reference to the position please contact:

Shawna Krueger, Criminal Justice Technician I

Email: shawna.krueger@alaska.gov

Phone Number: 907-269-0297

Fax Number: 907-269-5751

 

3.  Detention Administrator

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Mesa

20 E. Main Street, Suite 130

Mesa, AZ 85201

Phone: 480-644-2365

 

Salary: $63,222.89 - $97,635.20 

Deadline: 11/2/17

 

A Detention Administrator is responsible for planning, organizing, managing, and evaluating the functions, supervisors, and

staff within the Police Holding Facility, which entails primarily administrative work.  Management of this section includes

overseeing the Holding Facility, Prisoner Transport, and Corecivic (private jail) contract.  Duties include:  preparing, managing,

and implementing the section budget, including forecasting additional funds for staffing, food for inmates, repairs and

improvements, Maricopa County Sheriff's Office (MSCO) inmates, holding and booking fees, equipment, and supplies;

monitoring and controlling expenditures; administering and monitoring of Corecivic (private jail) contract, including verification

of inmate sentences, ensuring inmates remain in jail according to sentencing; adjusting/revoking work release rights,

conducting City management and council presentations, etc.; preparing and reviewing performance evaluations; working with

employees to recognize job performance issues and correct deficiencies; taking disciplinary action and conducting/assisting

with Internal Affairs investigations; coordinating the recruitment and hiring of staff; planning and directing training programs for

employees; evaluating, developing and implementing policies, procedures, and practices, including fingerprinting and booking

rights; analyzing processes and procedures to identify and resolve problems; responding to unusual or difficult court orders,

inquiries from other City departments or outside agencies; investigating or supervising the investigation of complaints; and

preparing and/or reviewing reports, Intergovernmental Agreements (IGAs) and Memorandum Agreements (MOUs), such as

weekly overtime, use of force, holding facility phone renewals, training for Detention Officers with MCSO, immigration and

custom enforcement (ICE) functions with Department of Homeland Security (DHS), etc.  This class performs related duties

as required.

 

This classification has been designated as a non-classified, non-merit system, at-will position.  The Detention Administrator is

a civilian classification responsible for managing all aspects of the holding facility and prisoner transport.  An employee in this

class represents the department on committees, task forces, and inter-governmental projects.  The incumbent must ensure

that holding facility standards are met and the necessary documentation is maintained.  Supervision is received from a Police

Commander who reviews work through conferences, reports, and results achieved.  This class is distinguished from Detention

Shift Supervisor by the administrative duties performed and additional responsibilities in the areas of supervisory, fiscal, and

decision-making capacity.  This class is FLSA exempt-executive.

 

Qualifications & Requirements:

Minimum Qualifications Required:

Any combination of training, education, and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or university with

a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, Police Administration, Public Administration, Business Administration, or a related

field.  A minimum of four years of supervisory or management experience in police administration, corrections, or a detention

facility.

 

Special Requirements:

Must possess a valid Arizona Driver's License by hire date.  Because of the confidential, sensitive nature of information

handled, successful completion of a background investigation and polygraph is required.  Candidates given a conditional

job offer will be required to successfully complete a psychological evaluation.

 

Substance Abuse Testing:

Due to the safety and/or security sensitive nature of this classification, individuals shall be subject to

pre-employment/pre-placement and random alcohol, drug and/or controlled substance testing as outlined

in City policy and procedures.

 

Preferred/Desirable Qualifications:

Certification as a Jail Manager or Supervisor from the American Jail Association or American Corrections Association is

preferred.

 

4.  Fire Plans Examiner, Sr.

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Scottsdale

9191 E. San Salvador Drive

Scottsdale, AZ 85258

Phone: 480-312-2491

Fax: 480-312-7960

E-mail: hr@scottsdaleaz.gov

 

Salary: $57,678.40 - $83,636.80

Deadline: 10/31/17

 

Performs professional level review of plans for new construction, alterations and repairs to ensure compliance with City codes

and requirements and national standards. Provides technical advice in the resolution of construction code interpretation and

engineering problems.  May serve as a team leader in coordinating multidisciplinary plan review activities.

 

Fire and Life Safety Services assignment:

Performs technical reviews and approval of construction, fire and life-safety protection plans, ensuring compliance of City

codes, requirements and national standards.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Education and Experience:

Current national certification as a Plans Examiner with three years recent experience with building or fire/life safety plan

review, or

A Bachelor's degree in Architecture, Structural Engineering, Architectural Engineering, Civil Engineering, Fire Protection

Engineering or closely related field.

An equivalent combination of education and job related experience may substitute for the educational requirements on a

year-for-year basis.

 

Licensing, Certifications and Other Requirements:

National certification as a Plans Examiner must be obtained within one year of employment

 

5.  File Clerk (Part-Time)

Attn: Human Resources

City of Hot Springs

133 Convention Boulevard

Hot Springs, AR 71901

Phone: 501-321-6841

Fax: 501-321-6769

E-mail: vstauder@cityhs.net

 

Salary: $45,472.52

Deadline: 11/3/17

 

Performs necessary duties relative to all court actions and files accordingly; records disposition of offenses; enters

dispositions of cases in computer; files receipts monies for payment of fines, bonds and restitution; files breakdown and

disbursement of all monies received; recalls warrants; records disposition on citations and forwards to state; enters bond

information into computer; acts as receptionist for court section and handles related requests for information; performs related

work as required.

 

Qualifications:

Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent, including or supplemented by courses in general clerical and commercial

subjects; must have at least 6 months experience in general office work; legal experience helpful, or any equivalent

combination of education and experience.

 

Special Requirements:

DRUG TESTING: All applicants are subject to pre-employment testing.

 

6.  Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

Los Rios Community College District

1919 Spanos Court

Sacramento, CA 95825

Phone: 916-568-3112

E-mail: hr@losrios.edu

 

Salary: $4,244.46/month

Deadline: 11/1/17

 

Posting Number: C00034P

 

Special Requirements:

Must be 21 years old. Possess and maintain a valid California Driverís License in compliance with Los Rios Board Regulation

R-8343; employment is contingent upon meeting the requirements of Los Rios Board Regulation R-8343. This position may

require operating a District or personal vehicle in order to complete assigned work within the scope of the position duties.

Possess and maintain a valid first aid certificate issued by an authorized agency and a valid cardiopulmonary resuscitation

certificate within 30 days of a conditional offer of employment.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Experience:

None.

 

Education:

Meet the requirements of applicable Government Code Sections, including but not limited to, sections, 1029, 1030, and 1031.

Successful completion of a basic academy, or equivalent, certified by the commission on Police Officer Standards and

Training (P.O.S.T.), license to carry firearms, and meet all POST Peace Officer Selection Requirements by the date of hire.

 

7.  Firefighter

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Santa Maria

110 E. Cook Street, Room 1

Santa Maria, CA 93454

Phone: 805-925-0951 ext. 2203

Fax: 805-349-0657

E-mail: humanresources@cityofsantamaria.org

 

Salary: $5,473.41 - $6,652.99/month

Deadline: 11/1/17 @ 12 PM

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Education:

High school graduation or General Education Diploma. Fire Fighter I certification issued by the California State Board of Fire

Services, graduation from a State of California Certified Fire Fighter I Academy, Fire Fighter I Certificate issued from

International Fire Service Accreditation Congress (IFSAC), OR Fire Fighter I certificate issued from the National Board

on Fire Services Professional Qualifications (Pro Board).

 

Experience:

Six months of firefighting experience in a volunteer or full-time capacity with a public agency.

OR any combination of education, training and/or work experience to demonstrate knowledge, skills, and abilities to meet

the above minimum requirements.

 

Certificate:

Possession of a current Emergency Medical Technician I (EMT-I) Certificate issued within the State of California or a Licensed

Paramedic Certificate issued within the State of California, and a current CPR card is required.  Candidate must be registered

with the Firefighter Candidate Testing Center FCTC and registered in the FCTC Statewide Eligibility List, and possess a

Firefighter Candidate Testing Center Written test score.*  Candidate must possess a Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT)

completed within the past 12-months to progress to the background investigation process. THE (Cal-JAC) CPAT AND/OR

FCTC WRITTEN TEST SCORE CAN NOT BE DATED EARLIER THAN  October 30, 2016.
*
  For FCTC minimum requirements and scheduled written test dates and locations visit FCTConline.org.

 

Licenses:

Possession of a valid Class "C" California Driver License.  A Class "C" with a Firefighter Endorsement is required for

achievement to "C" Salary Step. Must have and maintain a satisfactory driving record and be insurable to operate City

vehicles.

 

Other Requirements:

Successful candidates must pass a background investigation and pre-employment psychological, physical/drug screening.

New employees will be required to sign a statement affirming that, as a condition of continued employment, they shall refrain

from using tobacco products.

 

8.  Police Records Specialist II

 

Attn: Department of Human Resources

City of Santa Clara

1500 Warburton Avenue
Santa Clara, CA 95050

Phone: 408-615-2080
Fax: 408-985-0667

E-mail: HumanResources@santaclaraca.gov

 

Salary: $76,380.00 - $97,380.00

Deadline: 11/3/17 @ 4:00 PM

 

To be considered for this position, candidates must submit a 1) City Employment Application and 2) Typing Certificate

showing ability to type 30 net wpm, dated no earlier than 6 months prior to application filing (Click here for Typing Certification

Information Flyer). Incomplete applications will not be accepted.

 

Tentative Exam Information:

Mandatory Orientation: November 18, 2017

Written Exam: December 2, 2017

Oral Exam: December 12-13, 2017 (tentative)

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Graduation from high school or its equivalent; and 

Two years of clerical and typing experience.

  

Possible Substitutions:

College education with special emphasis in police administration or related fields may be substituted for the required work

experience on a year-for-year basis.

 

Licenses and Certifications:

Possession of a valid California Class C driver's license is required at the time of appointment and for duration of employment

Successful completion of a P.O.S.T. certified Police Records Clerk Course or ability to obtain same within one year of

employment

Certification of the ability to type at a net rate of 30 wpm on a computer is required at time of application. Refer to

Typing Certification Information Flyer for further required criteria.

 

Other Requirements:

Incumbents of this class are assigned to work day, swing and graveyard shifts, including weekends and holidays

Incumbents are also required to work overtime hours as assigned

Incumbents are expected to become proficient in the use of self-defense, Basic First Aid, Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation

(CPR)

Incumbents will be required to satisfactorily complete and pass biennial telecommunications training/testing as mandated

by the California Department of Justice and the Federal Bureau of Investigation (National Crime Information Center) and any

local or county automated systems training programs

Prior to hire, candidates will be required to successfully pass a pre-employment background check, which may include

employment verification, a DMV record check, a criminal history check, and Department of Justice (DOJ) fingerprinting,

polygraph and/or psychological testing.  Any information obtained will be used to determine eligibility for employment in

accordance with the law.  A conviction history will not necessarily disqualify an applicant from appointment; however,

failure to disclose a conviction when required will result in disqualification from the recruitment process. 

A medical examination will be required prior to appointment.

Must be able to perform all of the essential functions of the job assignment.

 

9. Police Records Manager

Attn: Human Resources

City of Oxnard

300 West Third Street

Oxnard, CA 93030

Phone: 805-385-7590

Fax: 805-385-8352

 

Salary: $68,446.35 - $113,821.76

Deadline: 11/3/17 @ 5:00 PM Pacific

 

The City of Oxnard's Police Department is seeking a Police Records Manager with strong technical and customer service

skills to be part of the team.  The ideal candidate will have a solid knowledge base in the operational activities and functions

of a records unit and strong supervisory skills.

 

Under direction, supervises, evaluates and participates in the work of staff responsible for centralized records management,

property and evidence management, switchboard and receptionist activities within the Police Department; ensures work

quality and accuracy in the processing, maintenance and release of records in accordance with applicable laws, regulations

and policies; performs related duties as required.

 

The Police Records Manager is the supervisory level class responsible for overseeing the day-to-day activities of the

centralized records unit, word processing unit, property and evidence unit, and switchboard and receptionist areas

within the Police Department.

 

Essential Functions:

Plans, coordinates, prioritizes, monitors and participates in the work of staff responsible for the centralized records unit, word

processing unit, property and evidence unit, switchboard and receptionist areas which operate 24 hours per day, 7 days per

week.

Assigns work to assigned staff; monitors work activities to ensure safe work practices, work quality and accuracy; ensures

compliance to applicable laws, rules, policies and procedures.

Participates in the development and implementation of goals and objectives for appropriate service areas; ensures that

established goals are achieved.

Participates in the development of and recommends new policies and standard operating procedures; recommends programs,

projects and work assignments to higher level department/division personnel.

Develops schedules and methods for performing assigned duties; maintains appropriate work records and documents;

prepares statistical and/or analytical reports on operations as necessary.

Participates in the selection and training of support personnel; assumes responsibility for motivating and evaluating assigned

personnel; provides necessary training; initiates discipline procedures as is appropriate

Develops and maintains knowledge and expertise in local, state and federal laws related to public and police records and files.

Assists police management in assessing needs and in the planning, developing and implementing systems and procedures

for effective records control; conducts special studies regarding changes in technology that impact on records management.

Responds to Subpoenas Duces Tecum and testifies to the authenticity of criminal offender records and police files, as

presented in court.

Serves as the Police Department's Custodian of Records, as well as the department's State (DOJ) Area Terminal Coordinator

and representative

Directs the workflow entering and leaving the Police Records Unit, Word Processing Unit, Property and Evidence Unit, and

reception area, setting priorities for completion of assignments in a timely manner.

Interprets and applies rules and regulations on use and confidentiality of police records and files, in accordance with existing

laws and department policies; approves the release or inspection of police reports and files; ensures compliance with federal

and state audits.

Responds to Public Records Requests pursuant to the California Public Records Act (CPRA) and maintains department files

to ensure compliance with all applicable CPRA requirements.

Maintains training manuals and updates resource materials; ensures appropriate training is provided to support personnel to

maintain compliance with state and local laws.

Researches, compiles and analyzes data for special projects; maintains data and prepares a variety of reports for submission

to state and federal authorities.

Maintains effective working relationships with local, state and federal law enforcement and other agencies on criminal justice

matters.

Submits recommendations to the budget for assigned responsibilities; monitors budget expenditures.

May participate in organizational and community group meetings; responds to questions and inquiries; provides technical

assistance and handles more complex interpersonal situations.

 

Qualifications:

Education and/or Experience:

Any combination of education and experience that has provided the knowledge, skills and abilities for a Police Records

Manager.  A typical way of obtaining the required qualifications is to possess the equivalent of three years of increasingly

responsible police records experience in a law enforcement agency with a computerized records management system,

and a Bachelor's degree in business administration, public administration, criminal justice or a closely related field.

  

License/Certificate:

Possession of, or the ability to obtain, a valid class "C" California driver's license.

Possession of certificate of completion of the POST Supervisory Records course and CLETS administrator certification.

 

10. Public Safety Dispatcher

 

Attn: Human Resources Department

Town of Manchester

41 Center Street

P.O. Box 191

Manchester, CT 06045-0191

Phone: 860-647-3126

E-mail: hr@manchesterct.gov

 

Salary: $52,627.78

Deadline: 11/3/17 by 4:30 PM

 

Public Safety Dispatcher Job Posting

 

11. Armed and Unarmed Security Officers

 

The Whitestone Group

4100 Regent Street, Suite C

Columbus, OH 43219

Phone: 614-501-7007

Website: www.whitestonegroup.us

 

Salary: $24.00/hour (Armed); $16.00/hour (Unarmed)

Application Deadline: NA

 

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

 

12. Firefighter/EMT

 

Attn: Human Resources

Martin County

2401 SE Monterey Road

Stuart, FL 34996

Phone: 772-463-2855

 

Salary: $43,118.00

Deadline: 11/3/17

 

Martin County Fire Rescue is currently accepting applications (between September 25th 2017 and closing at midnight on

November 3rd 2017) hiring for firefighter/EMT. Firefighter Paramedics are preferred.  This position requires NTNs FireTEAM

and a valid NTN CPAT within the last 12 month. We will also accept a CPAT from Palm Beach State College(within the last

12 months). Click the link below to see the dates and times for Palm Beach State College's CPAT.

http://www.palmbeachstate.edu/programs/fire/cpat.aspx You will still be required to upload your letter that you PASSED your

CPAT from PBSC into NTN's site.

 

Education and Experience:

Job Requirements
Age: 18
US Citizen: Must be legally authorized to work in the United States
High School Grad/GED: Yes
Valid FLORIDA State Driver's License: Yes
Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes
Academy Certification:
Yes
Necessary Items and Certifications to upload into NTN:

Valid Florida State Firefighter Certificate of Compliance

Valid Florida EMT Certification or Florida Paramedic Certification (Not your class completion, must be your actual State of

Florida issued Certificate/License)

Official copy of High School Diploma or GED; official unopened transcripts may be substituted for High School Diploma; Valid

College degrees will be accepted in lieu of a HS Diploma or GED

Documentation of completion - within the prior 12 calendar months of a current Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) ONLY

through a Florida licensed National Testing Network CPAT. If it is not a CPAT through one of NTN approved sites, it will not be

accepted.

Emergency Vehicle Operators Course (EVOC) Certificate Ė proof of minimum 16 hour course

Current CPR & AED card: For both Firefighter EMT and Paramedic

Advanced Cardiac Life Support Card (ACLS): For Paramedic applicants only

 

***If any of the above items are missing OR LICENSES ARE EXPIRED you will be automatically disqualified***

 

13. Animal Control Officer (Part-Time)

 

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

 

Salary: $16.07/hour

Deadline: 11/3/17

 

First Review of Applications on 10/27/2017

 

The purpose of this job is to control and care for stray and abandoned animals and enforce the unified government animal

control ordinances. Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to, attending to stray or dangerous animals,

supervising inmate or temporary workers, maintaining related paperwork, and performing additional tasks as assigned.

 

Minimum Training & Experience Required to Perform Essential Job Functions:

High school diploma or equivalent with one year of experience working around a variety of animals required; or any equivalent

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

Must possess a valid driver's license.

Must possess  a valid Certificate of Euthanasia or the ability to obtain such certifications within one year of date of hire.

Must obtain security training for the supervision of inmate workers as set forth by the Georgia Department of Corrections

Standard Operating Procedures within six months of date of hire or first available opportunity.

 

14. 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

 

15. Detention Deputy (Corrections Officer)

 

Kootenai County Sheriff's Office

5500 N. Government Way

Coeur d'Alene, ID 83815

Phone: 208-446-1306

E-mail: kcsorecruit@kcgov.us

Website: www.kcgov.us

 

Salary: $19.78 - $26.42/hour

Population: 150,000

Sworn Officers: 175

Application Deadline: NA

 

Featured Department: http://www.theblueline.com/feature/IDkootenaicountydd1.html

 

16. Patrol Deputy

 

Attn: Human Resources

Twin Falls County

630 Addison Avenue W.

Twin Falls, ID 83303-0126

Phone: 208-736-4174

Fax: 208-735-4395

E-mail: hr@co.twin-falls.id.us

 

Salary: $18.00/hour

Deadline: 11/2/17 @ 5:00 PM Mountain Time

 

APPLY ONLINE AT: www.twinfallcounty.org

 

The principal function of an employee in this class is to enforce State and local laws; to work in partnership with the

community to enhance the safety, security and quality of life for residents and visitors of Twin Falls County through

professionalism and commitment.  Duties normally consist of patrol or traffic activities and response to calls in the

County on an assigned shift. Deputies may be delegated to additional assignments in areas such as field instructor,

community services, SWAT, canine service, school resource, rural duty, marine duty or other assignment. The work

may involve crime scene and accident investigations, court appearances, event response, resident checks, animal

control, interviewing victims and witnesses, community policing, back country policing, narcotics investigations,

preparing reports.  The work is performed under general guidance of the Sheriff and Chief Deputy, and the direct

supervision of a Corporal, Sergeant or Lieutenant.  Some latitude is granted to the employee for independent

judgment and initiative but work is subject to stringent state and county legal guidelines. Employees in this class

are on-call 24/7 and work varied shifts, including weekends and holidays. The principal duties of this class are

performed in a work environment in which the employee works in all weather conditions and is subject to potential

personal danger and health hazards.

 

Qualifications:

Acceptable Experience and Training:

High school diploma or GED equivalency is required,  and

Successful completion of the Department's Field Training Program; and

Idaho Driver's License is required; and

Idaho POST basic (or higher) certification is required; and

Additional certifications for specialized assignments may be required; or 

An equivalent combination of education and experience that provides the required skills, knowledge and abilities to

successfully perform the essential functions of the position may be considered. 

Must successfully pass background investigation relevant to the position and remain in good standing for the duration of

employment with the County.

 

17. Certified Law Enforcement Officer(s)

 

Edwardsville Police Department

650 South 4th Street

Edwardsville, KS 66111

Phone: 913-441-6983 ext. 6054

E-mail: aholloway@edwardsvilleks.org

 

Starting Salary: DOE; 2 Years - $41,207; 3 Years - $42,444; 4 Years - $43,717; 5+ Years - $45,028; plus education incentive

pay and full array of generous benefits

Deadline: 10/31/17

 

The City of Edwardsville, Kansas is accepting applications from certified law enforcement officers to fill current and future

Police Officer position(s).

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Twenty one years of age at time of appointment; high school diploma or GED; possess current peace officer certification,

or eligibility for reciprocity; good physical condition; no domestic violence, felony convictions, or other disqualifiers.

 

Selection process will include a written test, interview panel, medical and psychological examination, drug screen, and

polygraph.  Dates TBA.

 

Persons interested in this exciting opportunity should apply immediately by submitting a letter of interest, resume, and

completed City of Edwardsville employment application to Edwardsville Police Department, 650 South 4th Street,

Edwardsville, KS 66111.  Applications can be obtained from the Police Services Clerk at (913) 441-6983 ext. 6054, by

downloading the application form from the Cityís website at www.edwardsvilleks.org, or request via email at

aholloway@edwardsvilleks.org.

 

18. Campus Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources Office

Garden City Community College

801 Campus Drive

Garden City, KS 67846

Phone: 620-276-0362

Fax: 620-276-9573

E-mail: hr@gcccks.edu

 

Deadline: 10/31/17

 

The GCCC Police Officer provides law enforcement and public safety services to the college community to include

enforcement of criminal statutes, parking enforcement, crime prevention, patrol activity, accident investigation, resolution

of domestic and other disturbances, prosecution support, non-criminal public safety services, and enforcement of college

policies, rules, and regulations. To carry out these responsibilities, officers monitor buildings, patrol grounds for suspicious

activity, and watch for any safety hazards. Officers answer calls for service typical of the college environment such as

responding to medical emergencies, lock and unlock classroom doors, money escorts, recover property, and keep campus

thoroughfares and lots unobstructed. All assignments involve responsibility for tactful and courteous treatment of the public

and conscientious and efficient performance of duties.

 

Position Requirements:

High School diploma or GED equivalent.

Minimum age 21.

U.S. citizen

Possession of a valid driverís license.

Must maintain an insurable driving record.

Must obtain certification as a Kansas Law Enforcement officer issued through the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center.

(Prefer applicant is certified through the State of Kansas)

Must successfully pass psychological exam and a criminal history background check prior to employment.

Maintain qualification and certification with firearm, Taser, and Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) spray.

 

19. Firefighter-EMT

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Olathe

PO Box 768

Olathe, KS 66051-0768

Phone: 913-971-8735

 

Salary: $39,108.00

Deadline: 11/3/17 @ 5:00 PM Central

 

The Firefighter-EMT responds to fire alarms, medical emergencies, hazardous materials incidents, urban search & rescue and

other calls to protect life and property; to participate in all hazards risk reduction and training; and to maintain fire department

facilities and firefighting equipment.

 

Experience & Education:

Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities is

acceptable. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills and abilities would be:

Experience:

Two years of firefighting experience is desirable.

 

Education:

High school diploma or GED, supplemented by college level course work in fire science, fire administration or a related field.

 

License or Certificate:

Possession of, or ability to obtain a valid driver's license Ė Non Commercial Class B or Other State equivalent.

Kansas EMT certificate and/or National Registry EMT certificate.

Firefighter I or II certificates (preferred)

Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) certification; current within one-year at time of employment offer.

Fire Service Entrance Exam (FSEE) certificate; current within one-year at time of employment offer.

20. Firefighter-Paramedic

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Olathe

PO Box 768

Olathe, KS 66051-0768

Phone: 913-971-8735

 

Salary: $45,331.10

Deadline: 11/3/17 @ 5:00 PM Central

 

Successful Paramedic candidates may be eligible for a $1,500 sign on bonus.

 

The Firefighter-Paramedic responds to fire alarms, medical emergencies, hazardous material incidents, urban search &

rescue and other calls to protect life and property; to participate in fire and medical training, all hazards risk reduction and

to maintain the station, firefighting and medical equipment.  Provides medical treatment at the paramedic level as described

in the Johnson County Medical Protocols and Standard Operating Guidelines of the Olathe Fire Department.

 

Experience & Education:

Any combination of experience and education that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities is

acceptable. A typical way to obtain the knowledge, skills and abilities would be:

Experience:

Two years of firefighting experience and/or two years experience as a Kansas certified paramedic, preferable.

 

Education:

High school diploma or GED, supplemented by college level course work in fire science, fire administration or a related field.

 

License or Certificate:

Possession of, or ability to obtain a valid driver's license Ė Non Commercial Class B or Other State equivalent.

Kansas Paramedic certificate and/or National Registry Paramedic certificate.

Firefighter I or II certificates (preferred)

Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) certification; current within one-year at time of employment offer.

Fire Service Entrance Exam (FSEE) certificate; current within one-year at time of employment offer.

 

21. LCECC 911 Communications Officer (Dispatcher)

 

Attn: Human Resources

Lyon County

430 Commercial Street, Suite 105

Emporia, KS 66801

Phone: 620-341-3252

Fax: 620-341-3363

E-mail: JHuffman@lyoncounty.org

 

Salary: $15.39/hour

Deadline: 10/31/17

 

Successful applicants will have strong keyboarding skills, outstanding interpersonal and judgment skills, and the ability to

multi-task during intense situations and high volume workloads. Incumbents are responsible for answering emergency and

non-emergency requests for service and directing appropriate and timely resources. Responsibilities include prioritizing calls,

tracking unit statuses, and dispatching emergency personnel to calls for service.

 

After a required 4-hour observation period at LCECC to familiarize the applicant with our work environment and duties,

applicants who meet the minimum qualifications  will be invited to complete our computerized testing. Candidates who

successfully complete the computer test (70% passing) will be invited to interview.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

18 Years of Age

High School Diploma or GED

Computer Use Competency

Public Safety Experience preferred, but not required

Bilingual preferred, but not required

 

For More Information:

Contact Director Bill Duggan at bduggan@lcecc.org or (620) 343-4225.

 

22. Intensive Supervision Officer I

 

Attn: Human Resources

Sedgwick County

510 N. Main, Suite 304

Wichita, KS 67203

Phone: 316-660-7048

E-mail: adele.dunn@sedgwick.gov

 

Salary: $16.67/hour, plus benefits

Deadline: 11/3/17

 

Performs professional assessment, intake, case planning, supervision, casework, and rehabilitation activities to help juvenile

or adult clients be successful in maintaining compliance with court orders and supervision goals within the Division of

Corrections.

 

Job Standards:

Educational Requirements: Bachelorís degree from an accredited college or university in Sociology, Psychology, Criminal

Justice, Social Work, or a related field. Transcript verifying education credits is required. Must be at least 21 years of age.

Years of Experience: One year experience in probation, parole, social work, counseling or related work with juvenile and/or

adult offenders. Professional references are required to verify the related work experience. License, certifications, etcÖ

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 required 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. Must meet minimum levels on pre-employment

testing of keyboarding/typing 30 wpm.

 

23. Certified/Sworn Police Officer - 3rd Shift

 

Attn: Human Resources

Mott Community College

1401 E. Court Street

Flint, MI 48503

Phone: 810-762-0565

Fax: 810-762-0595

E-mail: Rebecca.Martz@mcc.edu

 

Starting Salary: $18.00/hour, plus excellent benefits package

Deadline: 11/1/17

 

This is a full-time, temporary position scheduled to last for up to one year. The primary schedule will be 3rd shift on the main

campus in Flint.

 

Minimum Requirements:

1. Associateís Degree or employee must complete Associateís degree within sixteen (16) consecutive semesters or sessions

following his/her effective date of hire (continued employment will be contingent upon successful completion of Associateís

degree).
2. Graduate of a Police Academy within the past three (3) years and/or possess three (3) years of experience as a

certified/sworn police officer within the past five (5) years. 
3. Current Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) certification or be certifiable prior to job posting

deadline. 
4. Must maintain a valid Michigan driverís license and have a good driving record for the past five years. A good driving record

must be maintained while employed as a Certified/Sworn Police Officer. 
5. Must maintain State of Michigan mandated firearms qualification.
6. Demonstrated dependability, reliability, professionalism, and ethical behavior.
7. Ability to work successfully in a high stress environment, handling multiple tasks and projects simultaneously.

8. Excellent judgment skills in terms of interpersonal communications and ability to be flexible and adapt to changing work

situations.
9. Demonstrated knowledge and ability to apply constitutional law, substantive criminal law, criminal procedure, juvenile law,

the law of evidence, criminal and non-criminal investigation techniques, court functions and civil law, crime scene processing,

patrol procedures and techniques, civil liability, criminal and non-criminal report writing, court testimony procedures, parking

violations and ticket writing procedures, motor vehicle accident investigation and preparation of the Uniform Traffic Accident

Report, and physical security procedures.
10. Knowledge of physical security procedures.
11. Demonstrated experience working collaboratively with staff, students and the public with tact and courtesy. Effective oral

and written communication skills.
12. Must possess excellent customer service skills.
13. Basic computer knowledge and experience using standard word processing software, such as Microsoft Word and basic

use of e-mail systems.
14. Ability to use discretion in regard to matters of confidentiality interactions and decision making. 
15. Prior to date of hire, selected candidates will undergo and must successfully pass a drug test, psychological exam, and

a thorough background investigation.

Additional Preferred Qualifications:

1. Associates or Bachelorís degree.
2. Previous Public Safety experience working at an educational institution.
3. Certified in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and basic First Aid.
4. Firefighter, paramedic and emergency medical technician certification
.

 

24. Certified/Sworn Police Officer - 2nd Shift (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Human Resources

Mott Community College

1401 E. Court Street

Flint, MI 48503

Phone: 810-762-0565

Fax: 810-762-0595

E-mail: Rebecca.Martz@mcc.edu

 

Starting Salary: $18.00/hour, plus excellent benefits package

Deadline: 11/1/17

 

This is a part-time, temporary position scheduled to last for up to one year. The primary schedule will be 2nd shift on the main

campus in Flint.

 

Minimum Requirements:

1. Associateís Degree or employee must complete Associateís degree within sixteen (16) consecutive semesters or sessions

following his/her effective date of hire (continued employment will be contingent upon successful completion of Associateís

degree).
2. Graduate of a Police Academy within the past three (3) years and/or possess three (3) years of experience as a

certified/sworn police officer within the past five (5) years. 
3. Current Michigan Commission on Law Enforcement Standards (MCOLES) certification or be certifiable prior to job posting

deadline. 
4. Must maintain a valid Michigan driverís license and have a good driving record for the past five years. A good driving record

must be maintained while employed as a Certified/Sworn Police Officer. 
5. Must maintain State of Michigan mandated firearms qualification.
6. Demonstrated dependability, reliability, professionalism, and ethical behavior.
7. Ability to work successfully in a high stress environment, handling multiple tasks and projects simultaneously.
8. Excellent judgment skills in terms of interpersonal communications and ability to be flexible and adapt to changing work

situations.
9. Demonstrated knowledge and ability to apply constitutional law, substantive criminal law, criminal procedure, juvenile law,

the law of evidence, criminal and non-criminal investigation techniques, court functions and civil law, crime scene processing,

patrol procedures and techniques, civil liability, criminal and non-criminal report writing, court testimony procedures, parking

violations and ticket writing procedures, motor vehicle accident investigation and preparation of the Uniform Traffic Accident

Report, and physical security procedures.
10. Knowledge of physical security procedures.
11. Demonstrated experience working collaboratively with staff, students and the public with tact and courtesy. Effective oral

and written communication skills.
12. Must possess excellent customer service skills.
13. Basic computer knowledge and experience using standard word processing software, such as Microsoft Word and basic

use of e-mail systems.
14. Ability to use discretion in regard to matters of confidentiality interactions and decision making. 
15. Prior to date of hire, selected candidates will undergo and must successfully pass a drug test, psychological exam, and

a thorough background investigation.

Additional Preferred Qualifications:

1. Associates or Bachelorís degree.
2. Previous Public Safety experience working at an educational institution.
3. Certified in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and basic First Aid.
4. Firefighter, paramedic and emergency medical technician certification
.

 

25. Supervisor/Sergeant - Public Safety - 2nd Shift (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Human Resources

Mott Community College

1401 E. Court Street

Flint, MI 48503

Phone: 810-762-0565

Fax: 810-762-0595

E-mail: Rebecca.Martz@mcc.edu

 

Starting Salary: $24.35/hour, plus excellent benefits package

Deadline: 11/1/17

 

This position is primarily scheduled for 32 hours per week; 2nd shift; main campus.

 

This position supervises the work performance and training of police officers, dispatchers, security officers, and student

employees, who write criminal and non-criminal reports, memorandums, patrol the campus to prevent crime, conduct criminal

and non-criminal investigations, provide physical security, dispatch and answer radio calls for service, provide traffic and crowd

control, and perform service oriented functions for the campus.

 

The Supervisor will assist victims of domestic violence by promoting trust and communication while helping them navigate the

legal system and addressing the complexities of domestic violence crimes. The Supervisor will provide information on the

various resources that are available to support the victim, such as counseling, support groups, financial assistance and their

rights on obtaining a Personal Protection Order (PPO). The Supervisor will serve as a liaison with the 3P Club (Protect,

Prevent and Prosecute violence against women) and will be responsible for special projects such as the development of

training programs and presentations to the college community and community groups pertaining to domestic violence.

 

Minimum Requirements:

1. Associateís degree in Business or Administration, Criminal Justice or closely related field.
2. Law enforcement, firefighter, Paramedic and/or Emergency Medical Technician training. 
3. Current MCOLES or EMT certification or eligibility for re-certification is necessary prior to hire date. 
4. Five years of recent experience as a police officer or as a firefighter and EMT. Experience must be from within the past five

(5) years. 
5. Three (3) years of previous supervision experience as a police officer, which may be concurrent with #4 above. (This

requirement will be waived for internal promotional opportunities if an internal candidate successfully obtains a minimum

passing score of 70% on the First Line Supervisor Exam.)
6. Must maintain a valid Michigan driverís license and have a good driving record for the past five years. A good driving record

must be maintained while employed as a Public Safety Supervisor. 
7. Demonstrated knowledge of domestic violence investigations and ability to respond effectively to associated cases, such

as human trafficking, sexual assault, sexual violence, stalking, and other crimes of intimate partner violence. Must understand

the criteria of such crimes and the necessary requirements in responding to, and investigating, these crimes. 
8. Demonstrated ability assisting victims of domestic violence; promoting trust and communication, helping victims navigate

the legal system and addressing the complexities of domestic violence crimes.
9. Must know the process for obtaining Personal Protection Orders. 
10. Must gather all pertinent information and document comprehensive details to ensure a thorough investigation occurs. 

11. Must be knowledgeable of various resources that are available to support victims of domestic violence and other related

crimes. 
12. Demonstrated dependability, reliability, professionalism, and ethical behavior.
13. Ability to work successfully in a high stress environment, handling multiple tasks and projects simultaneously.

14. Excellent judgment skills in terms of interpersonal communications and ability to be flexible and adapt to changing work

situations.
15. Demonstrated ability to apply constitutional law, substantive criminal law, criminal procedure, juvenile law, the law of

evidence, criminal and non-criminal investigation techniques, court functions and civil law, crime scene processing, patrol

procedures and techniques, civil liability, criminal and non-criminal report writing, court testimony procedures, parking

violations and ticket writing procedures, motor vehicle accident investigation and preparation of the Uniform Traffic Accident

Report, and physical security procedures.
16. Knowledge of organizational principles, elements of leadership, conflict resolution techniques, methods of discipline,

interviewing and counseling techniques, training methods, union contracts, personnel evaluation, scheduling, resource

allocation, forms of discrimination, and decision making.
17. Demonstrated experience working collaboratively with staff, students and the public with tact and courtesy. Effective

oral and written communication skills.
18. Must possess excellent customer service skills.
19. Certified in Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Automated External Defibrillator (AED and basic First Aid.
20. Demonstrated basic computer knowledge and experience using standard word processing software, such as MS Word.
21. Ability to use discretion in regard to matters of confidentiality interactions and decision making. 
22. Selected candidates will undergo a drug test, psychological exam, and a thorough background investigation.

Additional Desirable Qualifications:

1. Bachelorís degree. 
2. The ability to apply law enforcement and public safety procedures and techniques in areas such as: Bomb Threats, Traffic

Control, Criminal Investigations, Emergency Response, School Liaison Program, Community Policing, Dispatch Operations,

Scheduling, Paramedics, Firefighting, Records and Identification.
3. Experience at an educational institution.
4. Additional training in supervision
.

 

26. Police Cadet

 

Attn: Human Resources

Meridian Township

5151 Marsh Road

Okemos, MI 48864

Phone: 517-853-4108

E-mail: hassec@meridian.mi.us

 

Salary: $9.50/hour

Deadline: 10/31/17

 

Duties:

Assigned office and clerical duties
Equipment and facility maintenance
Routine police service requests at the reception area
Report writing in cases of minor nature
Answering and directing incoming phone calls
Selected community service assignments
Substitute as crossing guard

 

Qualifications:

Currently enrolled as a student at an institution of higher education or at discretion of Chief of Police. Criminal Justice

students preferred.
An interest in law enforcement or related field. This includes problem-solving
Ability to understand and carry out oral and written orders/instructions
Ability to analyze situations and adopt a quick, effective, reasonable course of action
Ability to work courteously and professionally with the public
Ability to develop cooperative working relationships with fellow employees
Attitude toward the mission of Meridian Township Police Department
United States citizen 
Posses a valid Drivers License

 

27. Police Support Specialist

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Billings

210 N. 27th Street

Billings, MT 59101

Phone: 406-237-6210

Fax: 406-657-8390

E-mail: HR@ci.billings.mt.us

 

Salary: $14.20/hour, plus benefits

Deadline: 11/3/17 @ 5:00 PM

 

The Police Support Specialist must be able to perform wide variety of specialized clerical duties in support of Police

Department including initiate, process and maintain documents, data entry of police records, complete correspondence,

maintain statistics and provide information and assistance to public.  Must be able to work courteously with general public in

person and on telephone, make independent decisions, maintain accurate records and files, maintain confidentiality of

sensitive criminal justice information, and exercise good judgment, flexibility, creativity and sensitivity in response to changing

situations and needs.  The successful applicant must possess good customer service and computer skills.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

High School Diploma or GED

Two years of related work experience

Must be able to successfully pass a pre-employment drug test and a Federal and State criminal background check

 

The application and supporting documents can be submitted online at www.ci.billings.mt.us or to City of Billings, Human

Resources, 210 N. 27th Street, Billings, MT 59101.  Incomplete applications or applicants not meeting the minimum

qualifications may not be considered for the position.  EOE.

 

28. Firefighter

 

Attn: Human Resources

Durham County

200 East Main Street, 3rd Floor

Durham, NC 27701

Phone: 919-560-7900

Fax: 919-560-7902

E-mail: HumanResources@dconc.gov

 

Salary: $32,210 - $57,978

Deadline: 11/3/17

 

Performs responsible fire suppression and prevention activities; hazardous materials mitigation and emergency medical

service activities to protect life and property; does related work as required.  Work is performed under the supervision of the

station commander.

 

Requirements:

High school graduation and two years of experience in fire, emergency services or an equivalent combination of education and

experience.

 

Special Requirement:

Possess and maintain North Carolina class C driverís license; certification as NC firefighter level II, NC EMT certification, and

HAZMAT operations.

 

Trainee Appointment:

High school graduation and one year experience in fire emergency services or an equivalent combination of education and

experience.  Completion of the Durham Technical Community College Fire Academy or an equivalent program will fulfill the

minimum requirements for a trainee appointment.

 

Special Requirements (Trainee Appointment):

Must possess a Class C driverís license, with an acceptable driving record; must be NFPA 1403 trained.  Must obtain NC

EMT within 12 months of hire.  Must obtain NC firefighter level I and II within 12 months of hire.  Must obtain NC HAZMAT

operations certification within 12 months of hire. Must obtain a Class B driverís license within 12 months of hire.

 

29. EM Planner

 

Attn: Human Resources

Durham County

200 East Main Street, 3rd Floor

Durham, NC 27701

Phone: 919-560-7900

Fax: 919-560-7902

E-mail: HumanResources@dconc.gov

 

Salary: $39,600 - $71,280

Deadline: 11/3/17

 

Performs responsible work planning for the mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery of man-made, technological, or

natural emergencies and disasters that could affect the City/County of Durham.  Work is performed under direction of the

Emergency Management Division Chief.

 

Requirements:

Requires an Associateís Degree in Emergency Management, Homeland Security, or Public Administration and three years of

experience in emergency services or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

Special Requirements:

Possession of a valid Class C driverís license issued by the State of North Carolina, with an acceptable driving record.

Must obtain an Associate Emergency Manager (AEM) certification from the International Association of Emergency Managers

or the North Carolina Emergency Management Association within two years of employment.

 

30. Firefighter/Paramedic

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Murphy

206 N. Murphy Road

Murphy, TX 75094

Phone: 972-468-4018

E-mail: jtraxler@murphytx.org

 

Starting Salary: $50,173.00

Deadline: 11/3/17 @ 5:00 PM Central Time

 

The City of Murphy is now accepting applications for a full-time firefighter/paramedic with the Murphy Fire Department. 

Applicants must be currently certified or must obtain certification as a Firefighter through the Texas Commission on Fire

Protection (TCFP) and must be currently certified or must obtain certification as an Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic

as issued by the Texas Department of State Health Services by date of hire.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

High School Diploma or General Education Diploma (GED)

Must be currently certified or obtain certification as a Firefighter through the Texas Commission on Fire Protection (TCFP) by

date of hire

Must be currently certified or obtain certification as an Emergency Medical Technician Paramedic as issued by the Texas

Department of State Health Services by date of hire

Must currently hold or obtain National Incident Management System (NIMS) 100, 200, 700 and 800 certifications within one

(1) year of hire date

Valid Class "B" Driver's License Ė driving record must be in compliance with City policy

Must be at least eighteen (18) years of age

 

31. Victim Assistance Specialist

 

Attn: Human Resources

Harris County

1310 Prairie Street

Houston, TX 77002

Phone: 713-274-5445

E-mail: hrrm_email@hctx.net

 

Salary: $52,000.00 ($25.00/hour)

Deadline: 10/31/17 @ 11:59 PM Central

 

The Victim Assistance Specialist supports the Forensic Investigations Division and the HCIFS in communicating with family

members of deceased individuals.

 

Requirements:

Master of Social Work (MSW) from an accredited program.

Licensed Master of Social Work (LMSW).

One (1) year in a social work related position, can include internship hours.

Good written and oral communication skills, basic familiarization of computer systems using Microsoft Office and standard

applications, as well as effective organizational and time and case management skills are all essential to satisfactory job

performance.

The candidate must work independently with minimal supervision, prioritizing and handling multiple tasks simultaneously.

A valid driver's license.

 

Preferences:

Experience with interventions specific to models of supportive and mental health counseling and client advocacy.

Bilingual in Spanish and English language.

Experience working with crime victims, death notification, and experience in a medical examiner's office.

Familiarity and comfort dealing with deaths and death investigation required to assist surviving family members of individuals

that die suddenly, unexpectedly or by unnatural means.

Intervention skills specific to grief/loss and trauma.

Experience in resource identification, family referral and client access/utilization

 

32. Assistant Court Manager

 

Attn: Human Resources

Harris County

1310 Prairie Street

Houston, TX 77002

Phone: 713-274-5445

E-mail: hrrm_email@hctx.net

 

Salary: Commensurate with experience

Deadline: 11/3/17 @ 11:59 PM Central

 

The Assistant Court Manager will support the County Criminal Courts' Court Manager in the administration and management

of the Harris County limited jurisdiction trial courts: i.e. civil, criminal, and justice of the peace courts.

 

Duties, Functions and Responsibilities:

Assists in managing the Office of Court Management.

Develops a strategic plan for the information technology needs of the department and courts served by the department.

Assists in the management of departmental and court facilities and infrastructure needs.

Conducts special studies, system analysis and evaluation of current policies and procedures for the Court Manager.

Monitors compliance with administrative rules, policies and procedures.

Develops, monitors and assesses staff training needs, requirements and certifications.

Performs as a facilitator for the Court Manager.

Represents the department at county meetings.

Performs additional duties as directed by the Court Manager.

 

Fiscal Responsibilities:

Develops budgets to support the technical needs of the department.

Assists in the development and monitoring of departmental operational budgets.

 

Statistical Reporting:

Monitors the collection and reporting of court performance standards.

Manages requests for analysis of court activity.

Oversees development of departmental websites including web reporting of court performance standards.

 

Court Management:

Researches and recommends changes to administrative processes through adoption of advances in technology or changes in

case law, court rules, or statute.

Coordinates the development of a data quality plan for the courts served by the department, with appropriate justice system

partners.

Coordinates with other agencies to implement legislative mandates for court processes.

 

Requirements:

Bachelor's Degree; and

A minimum of five (5) years of relevant work experience in court operations and management.

A minimum of three (3) years of supervisory experience.

Certified Court Manager certification from the National Center for State Courts Institute for Court Management (ICM).

Knowledge of the civil and criminal justice systems and justice administration.

Knowledge of case flow management principles and their application in an integrated justice environment.

Knowledge of the state legal and administrative process.

Ability to effectively communicate with various levels of management and public officials.

Ability to execute conceptual plans into court programs.

Ability to clearly and effectively present complex ideas to a broad audience.

 

Note:

To qualify for this position, required experience, education and skills must be clearly stated on your application's employment

history.  Resumes are welcome, but we do not use any information provided on your resume to qualify and refer you to the

Hiring Department for consideration; unless, your qualifications are also clearly stated on the application itself.

 

Preferences:

Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Public Administration, Criminal Justice or a closely related field.

ICM Certified Court Executive or ICM Fellow graduate.

 

33. Police Officer

 

Attn: Scott A. Klueckmann, Chief of Police

Neillsville Police Department

118 West 5th Street, Suite A

Neillsville, WI 54456

Phone: 715-743-3122

Fax: 715-743-5660

E-mail: neillsville.police@neillsvillepd.org

 

Salary: Dependent on qualifications; Wisconsin retirement fund; Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave; Dental; Paid

holidays - 9; Clothing allowance; Longevity pay; Vacation

Deadline: 10/31/17 @ 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; 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.

 

34. Police Officer (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Patty Schauf-Yager, Administrative Assistant

Prairie du Chien

228 North Beaumont Road

Prairie du Chien, WI 53821

Phone: 608-326-4222

E-mail: pschaufyager@prairieduchien-wi.gov

 

Salary: $15.00/hour

Deadline: 11/1/17 @ 4:00 PM

 

Establish eligibility list

 

Qualifications:

U.S. citizen; Minimum age - 18; Driver license; Good driving record; Good physical condition; Eligibility for Wisconsin Law

Enforcement Standards Board Certification; High school diploma; 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; 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.

 

35. Deputy Sheriff

 

Attn: Alisha Resch, HR Director

Langlade County

840 Clermont Street

Antigo, WI 54409

Phone: 715-627-6277

Fax: 715-627-6303

E-mail: areschco.langlade.wi.us

 

Salary: $23.33 - $24.93/hour; Wisconsin retirement fund; Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave; Paid holidays - 10;

Clothing allowance; Longevity pay; Deferred compensation; Education incentive pay; Vacation

Deadline: 10/31/17 @ 4:30 PM

 

Fill vacancy

 

Qualifications:

U.S. citizen; Minimum age - 18; Driver license; Good driving record; Good physical condition; Eligibility for Wisconsin Law

Enforcement Standards Board Certification; High school diploma; Associate degree - Police Science; 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 handle several tasks simultaneously; Ability to perform essential functions of this position; Ability to use all standard

law enforcement equipment.

 

36. Deputy Sheriff (Part-Time, Seasonal)

 

Attn: Angel Meddaugh, Recruitment Coordinator

Wood County Human Resources

400 Market Street

P.O. Box 8095

Wisconsin Rapids, WI 54495

Phone: 715-421-8457

E-mail: abutler-meddaugh@co.wood.wi.us

 

Salary: $11.45/hour

Deadline: 10/31/17

 

Fill vacancy and establish eligibility list

 

Qualifications:

U.S. citizen; Minimum age - 18; Driver license; Good physical condition; 60 college credits; No felony convictions; No

domestic abuse convictions; Good verbal and written communication skills; React quickly and effectively to stressful

situations; 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; Ability to use all standard law enforcement equipment.

 

37. Corrections Officer

 

Attn: Carol Kopp, Jail Administrator

OCONTO COUNTY

301 WASHINGTON STREET

OCONTO, WI 54153

PHONE: 920-834-6917

E-MAIL: CAROL.KOPP@CO.OCONTO.WI.US

 

Salary: $17.71/hour; WISCONSIN RETIREMENT FUND; HEALTH INSURANCE; LIFE INSURANCE; SICK LEAVE; DENTAL;

PAID HOLIDAYS - 10; DEFERRED COMPENSATION

Deadline: 11/1/17 @ 4:00 PM

 

Fill vacancy

 

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; ASSOCIATE DEGREE - WOULD PREFER ; NO FELONY CONVICTIONS; NO DOMESTIC ABUSE

CONVICTIONS; GOOD VERBAL AND WRITTEN COMMUNICATION SKILLS; CLEAR AND CONCISE SPEECH.