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6/29/18

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1.  Police Program Specialist

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Huntsville

308 Fountain Circle

Huntsville, AL 35801

Phone: 256-427-5240

Fax: 256-427-5245

E-mail: byron.thomas@huntsvilleal.gov

 

Salary: $51,043.20 - $77,979.20

Deadline: 7/5/18 @ 6:00 PM Central

 

This is technical and supervisory work relating to the support of client/server computer systems, software, and oversight of the

Huntsville Police Department computer and software acquisition and installation.  Work includes responsibility for installation

software on user's computers and helping users with any problems related to their computer or software. Work also includes

determining if a computer malfunction was caused by a computer software product or relating mechanics. Work involves

maintaining applications for use in police information and geographic services, provide analysis of police data and GIS data

for reporting, research and development, and assignment of police officers by commanders. Work also involves researching

and reporting on crime and traffic related information. Work is performed with independence for initiative, judgment and action,

and is reviewed for adherence to policies and procedures and for results achieved.  Administers and support the Huntsville

Police Department data and hardware systems including all databases; analyzes, updates, installs complex computer

applications, programs, products, initial and new releases; uses analytical and computational techniques and methodology

for problem solutions; provides technical direction and assistance in the resolution of complex computer problems.  Designs

and maintains specialized police related software applications; research, recommend and acquire police related software;

implement software applications to support the Police Department Records Management Systems.  Troubleshoots software

problems; analyze program applications, operating systems, and police computer software to determine the problem and

resolution; initiate resolution of user problems; consults with vendors and technical support; researches technical manuals

and industry publications; coordinates troubleshooting of hardware and solutions with the ITS department.  Maintains and

monitors police client/server systems and police work stations and mobile computer systems; make recommendations to

acquire and construct new police computer systems to Administrators; coordinates with ITS Network Administrator on police

related network needs and problems.  Consults and advises on design, installation, and maintenance of police database

programs, communication systems, imaging hardware and software, Internet and Intranet web page, and network operating

systems, servers, workstations, mobile computers and related computer software operations.  Analyzes crime data and calls

for service patterns used by administrators for personnel assignments; analyze and enhance police crime related videotapes

and still photographs; utilize forensic personal computer equipment analysis; maintain classified information necessary for

specialized police functions; provide special reports, visual aids, and analysis as needed by Police Administration. Supervises

subordinate personnel; assigns work, trains, evaluate and review the work of technical staff. Supervises and troubleshoots

maintenance and repair of computers and related equipment. Prioritizes projects and establishes schedules.  Plans and

coordinates the upgrade of software and hardware systems and databases.  Requires regular and prompt attendance plus

the ability to work well with others and work well as a team.  Performs related work as required.

 

Minimum Education, Training and Experience:

Bachelor's Degree from a college or university accredited by a regional accrediting agency recognized by the U.S. Department

of Education in a computer related field; five years police experience preferred but not required; experience in programming

and data base management; or any combination of education, training, and experience that demonstrates the above listed

knowledge, skills and abilities.  Knowledge of the principles and practices of system analysis and support, software and

computer hardware operations, operating systems, installation, configuration, programming, troubleshooting, and maintenance.

Knowledge of the uses, capabilities and requirements of computer systems, the technology of computer equipment design,

and computer software uses.  Knowledge of management and public administration principles and procedures and the

functions and needs of the Police Department.  Considerable knowledge of computer mechanical functions and operating

systems.  Considerable knowledge of computer maintenance procedures and operations.  Considerable knowledge of

computer software products such as spreadsheets, word-processors, windows, graphics, and many other software products.

Ability to communicate, both orally and in writing, and to translate technical terminology in terms understandable to

non-technical employees.  Ability to use modern office methods, techniques, and equipment.  Skill in using a computer and

related equipment.

 

Necessary Special Requirements:

Microsoft Network and Microsoft Certification
Valid driver's license
NCIC certification within six months of being hired
.

 

2.  Police Officer

 

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: $38.29/hour

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 5:00 PM Alaska Time

 

Provide safety and security to citizens in the community through the patrolling of assigned areas, enforcement of laws and

ordinances, detaining and interviewing violators, apprehension of suspects, and response to assistance calls.

 

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.

Certified as a Police Officer by the State of Alaska Police Standards Council within one year of appointment.

Valid Driver's license from the state the individual is currently residing and have the ability to obtain a valid Alaska Drivers that

meets North Slope Borough insurance criteria within 30 days of employment.

Ability to pass FBI fingerprint background check within 60 days of hire.

Citizen of the United States per Alaska Administrative Code (AAC) 13 AAC 85.010 (a) (1).

21 years of age or older at time of hire as per Alaska Administrative Code (AAC) 13 AAC 85.010 (a) (2).

 

3.  Police Detention Supervisor

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Chandler

P.O. Box 4008

Chandler, AZ 85244-4008

Phone: 480-782-2350

 

Salary: $27.67 - $38.04/hour

Deadline: 7/4/18 @ 11:59 PM Arizona Time

 

The City of Chandler Police Department is currently seeking qualified individuals to fill the full-time position of POLICE

DETENTION SUPERVISOR.  The detention facility is open 24 hours per day, 365 days a year including weekends and

holidays.  The final schedule will be determined upon hire, and will work either 10 hour shifts or 12 hour shifts.

 

The primary function of an employee in this class is to perform highly responsible supervisory work for the City of Chandler,

including the management of the Gilbert-Chandler Joint Holding Facility (G-CJHF) and the court holding facility. Duties include

monitoring, overseeing, and assisting with the daily operations of the holding facility in processing of arrested persons, and

the care, custody and control of prisoners. Supervision is exercised over the work of Detention Officers, sworn police officers

assigned to the detention facility and other staff as needed. This position is required to work overtime as needed, including

nights, weekends and holidays.

 

Essential Functions (list not exhaustive):

Supervises and oversees both Chandler and Gilbert detention personnel assigned to the same shift, the Gilbert-Chandler Joint

Holding Facility, and the court holding facility;

Oversees the scheduling and prioritizing of work assignments; assists with complex/problem situations;

Supervises and evaluates assigned staff, addresses employee concerns and problems, counsels, disciplines and completes

performance appraisals; conducts interviews and makes hiring recommendations;

Oversees the general care and custody of detainees during detainment, court, transport and/or booking process;

Provides training to staff in a variety of booking activities such as taking custody, searching, and processing prisoners;

Responsible for the same duties and functions of all detention officers, e.g. management, movement and transportation of

detainees;

Conducts inspections of the holding facility;

Responds quickly and effectively to physical confrontations and emergency situations and uses sufficient force to restrain

violent/combative prisoner;

Develops, prepares and implements division policies and procedures, General Orders and the Operational Orders manual;

Plans, organizes and prepares required reports and documentation for holding facility and court processes;

Ensures proper staffing of personnel to provide the most effective level of service and safety in the holding facility;

Responds to inquiries and complaints from public and other agencies by phone, letter or in person;

Performs various administrative tasks; develops and monitors budget; monitors expenditures; assists in writing bid

specifications; reviews and approves purchase requisitions or expenditures of assigned staff; reviews time sheets and

maintains attendance records.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma or GED equivalency; and

Three (3) years' experience as a Detention Officer, or directly related classification; and

Ability to comply with Arizona POST firearms requirements; and

Valid Arizona Driver's License with acceptable driving record;  and

Valid Commercial Driver's License Class C with Passenger endorsement within six 6 months of hire or promotion date; or

Any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the knowledge and abilities necessary to perform the

work.

 

Desirable Qualifications:

Bachelor's Degree in Business Administration, Criminal Justice or related area;

Supervisory experience in a law enforcement setting;

Successful completion of an approved AZPOST Detention Academy or equivalent.

 

The position available is a regular full-time position and is subject to a six month (6) probationary period.  A register of

qualified candidates will be active for four (4) months should another position become available.

 

Police Services Officer Job Description

 

4.  Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Apache Junction

300 E. Superstition Boulevard

Apache Junction, AZ 85119

Phone: 480-474-2617

Fax: 480-474-5122

 

Salary: $51,293

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 12:00 AM MST

 

License, Certification and/or Special Requirements:

Candidates who are selected for appointment are required to be fingerprinted, if 18 or older; successfully complete a

background investigation, employment verification and may be subject to a drug test, medical, polygraph and/or psychological

evaluation. Candidates who are appointed will be required to possess a valid driverís license to operate a vehicle in Arizona.

 

This recruitment is for a Lateral Police Officer who either is or can be certified by Arizona Peace Officer Standards and

Training Board (AZPOST) or able to achieve AZPOST certification within six (6) months of appointment. Students enrolled in

an Arizona Community College Law Enforcement program and who will complete the academy program within ninety (90)

days may apply.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Must possess a high school diploma or GED, and served as a Police Recruit for the City of Apache Junction immediately

preceding AZPOST certification or graduated from AZPOST Academy program and received AZPOST certification within six

(6) months prior to appointment; or one (1) year fulltime paid permanent experience as a police officer, deputy sheriff or

equivalent in the last three (3) years and have completed agency probation period and acquire/receive AZPOST certification

within three (3) months of appointment.

 

5.  Public Safety Technician

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Yuma

One City Plaza

PO Box 13012

Yuma, AZ 85366-3012

Phone: 928-373-5125

Fax: 928-373-5126

 

Salary: $35,082.94 - $49,116.70

Deadline: 7/1/18 @ 11:59 PM Arizona Time

 

This position is at the Yuma Police Department and requires a polygraph examination and background check.

 

Under basic supervision, provides support to Yuma Police Department (YPD) sworn police officers by responding to calls for

service; conducts routine field investigations, collects evidence and details of crimes, and prepares reports; completes

prisoner processing and transporting, assists with other Police support and community service programs.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Education, Training and Experience Guidelines:

High School Diploma or GED equivalent; and one year of customer service and computer experience; OR an equivalent

combination of education, training and experience.  Experience in a law enforcement environment is preferred.  Must pass a

polygraph examination and background check.

 

License and Certification Requirements:

A valid Arizona State Driver's License is required.

 

6.  Emergency Management Assistant

 

Attn: Human Resources

Yuma County

198 S. Main Street

Yuma, AZ 85364

Phone: 928-373-1013

Fax: 928-373-1153

E-mail: felicia.frausto@yumacountyaz.gov

 

Salary: $15.34 - $19.15/hour (Position is advertised from minimum to mid-point hourly rate; Salary will be determined based

on education and experience at time of offer)

Deadline: 7/2/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific Time

 

Under general supervision, performs financial support service work of moderate difficulty for Emergency Management; this

position has department specific responsibility.

 

Experience and Education:

Associate's degree in Business, Finance or a closely related field; AND two 2years of general accounting/bookkeeping/grant

reporting experience; and a valid driver's license; OR an equivalent combination of education and experience; successful

completion of a background check may be required.

 

7.  Police Department Public Information Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Buckeye

530 East Monroe Avenue

Buckeye, AZ 85326

Phone: 623-349-6256 or 6257

E-mail: aeden@buckeyeaz.gov or mlopez@buckeyeaz.gov

 

Salary: $59,030.40 - $88,545.60

Deadline: 7/3/18 @ 6:00 PM Mountain Time

 

Under general supervision, plans, organizes, and implements the Police department's public information activities in order to

provide the public and media with timely and accurate information in matters of public interest and to provide a positive

organizational image.

 

Minimum Qualifications & Position Requirements:

Education and Experience:

Bachelor's Degree in Public Relations, Marketing, Journalism, Business Administration, or a closely related  field; and a

minimum of five (5) years of experience and proven success in directing and implementing Community and Public Information

and Marketing initiatives and programs in the public and/or private sectors. OR any equivalent combination of training,

education and experience to successfully perform the primary duties and responsibilities.

Master's Degree in one of the fields outlined above, membership in related professional organizations, senior-level

management and supervisory experience highly desirable.

 

Additional Information:

Possession of a valid Arizona Driver's License. Must successfully pass a pre-employment comprehensive background

investigation, including but not limited to, a polygraph, psychological, medical, and drug test.

 

8.  Court Services Supervisor - Regional Veterans' Court Coordinator

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Tempe

20 E. 6th Street

Tempe, AZ 85281

Phone: 480-350-8276

Fax: 480-350-8060

E-mail: jobs@tempe.gov or hr@tempe.gov

 

Salary: $56,944 - $76,875

Deadline: 7/3/18

 

Job ID: 900905

 

This position is partially grant funded and is the primary point of contact for all municipalities and stakeholders participating in the East Valley Regional Veteransí Court (EVRVC). A primary role of the Coordinator is to work with the EVRVC team to identify and address issues associated with veterans complying with unique treatment plans based upon their needs, ranging from inpatient treatment to outpatient counseling.  Primary tasks would include; but not limited to, case management, compliance tracking and statistical data collection. Funding is approved through 6/30/19 and is subject to annual approval.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Education:

Requires the equivalent to a Bachelorís degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in court administration, criminal justice, public administration or degree related to the core functions of this position.

The term ďequivalentĒ means that directly related work experience exceeding the required work experience will substitute in equal time increments for college-level education, for example: one year of additional directly related work experience will substitute for one year of college education (30 credit hours).

 

Work Experience:

Requires three years of increasingly responsible full-time clerical and administrative experience, including two years in a court, criminal justice agency, or legal setting. One year of supervisory or lead responsibility is preferred.

Candidates must have the minimum amount of work experience. Education will not substitute for the required work experience; however, related unpaid and/or volunteer work experience may be used as qualifying work experience.

 

Certifications, Licenses and/or Registrations:

Requires successful completion of the Institute of Court Management core classes within four years of obtaining job.

 

Additional Requirements:

Successful completion of initial probationary period is contingent upon passing an FBI background investigation.  Based on position, referred applicants may be subject to additional testing which may include pre-employment polygraph, physical and drug screening.

 

9. Park Ranger (Part-Time)

Rancho Simi Recreation and Park District

4201 Guardian Street

Simi Valley, CA 93063

Phone: 805-584-4408

Fax: 805-526-7025

E-mail: brittany@rsrpd.us

Website: www.rsrpd.org

 

Salary: $25.50 - $26.14/hour

Application Deadline: 7/13/18

 

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

 

10. Police Recruit

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Sacramento

915 I Street

Sacramento, CA 95814

Phone: 916-808-5726

E-mail: Employment@cityofsacramento.org

 

Salary: $43,742.40 - $50,627.20

Deadline: 7/2/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

Applications submitted for this position will be considered for:

Police Officer OR Community Service Officer (Limited-Term)

 

Police Recruit is a training level classification used for the 24-week Sacramento Police Academy.  Police Recruits undergo a

formal training program in the Police Academy where they receive basic training in police procedures, law enforcement

techniques, basic laws, first aid, and physical fitness.

 

Upon successful completion of training and graduation from the Academy, a Police Recruit is eligible for probationary

appointment to Community Service Officer (Limited-Term) or Police Officer.  Successful completion of a field training

program is required for both appointments.  Failure to graduate from the Academy or complete field training, within the

prescribed training period will be cause for termination.

 

Note:

Applicants who have successfully completed a California P.O.S.T. certified Police Academy may be considered for

probationary appointment to either position.

 

Qualifications:

Education and Experience:

High school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent.

No experience required.

 

Special Qualifications:

Age:

Must be at least 18 years of age by the time of appointment as a Community Service Officer (Limited-Term) or 21 years of

age by the time of appointment as a Police Officer.

 

Citizenship:  

Be a citizen of the United States or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship.  Applicants

must be a United States citizen within 3 years of the date of appointment to Police Officer (per California Government Code

Section 1031).

 

Driver License:  

Possession of a valid California Class C Driver License at the time of appointment.  Loss of license is considered cause for

discipline.  Department of Motor Vehicle records will be checked.

 

Respiratory Protective Equipment:

Work in this classification requires wearing respiratory protective equipment at times. When assigned to such work, facial

hair must be shaven when it interferes with the safe fitting of respiratory protective equipment.

 

Felony Convictions:

Must be free of felony convictions under California Government Code Section 1029. Conviction of a misdemeanor is not

necessarily a bar to employment, each case is considered separately based on job requirements. However, failure to list

convictions on the employment application may result in termination from the examination process or employment.

 

Medical/Drug Test/Psychological:

If considered for appointment, candidates must pass a medical examination, a drug test, and psychological test.

 

Background:

If considered for appointment, candidates must pass a background investigation, which includes a criminal history check,

fingerprinting, polygraph test, credit check, and drug use history. 

 

Probationary Period:  

Employees must complete eighteen (18) months of probation at a satisfactory performance level prior to gaining permanent

status.

 

Questions:

Visit the City of Sacramento Human Resources Department website at

http://www.cityofsacramento.org/HR/Career-Opportunities.

Send an email to employment@cityofsacramento.org

Call the Human Resources Department at (916) 808-5726.

Visit the Human Resources Department at Historic City Hall, 915 I Street, Plaza Level, Sacramento, CA 95814.

 

11. Police Officer (Lateral)

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Sacramento

915 I Street

Sacramento, CA 95814

Phone: 916-808-5726

E-mail: Employment@cityofsacramento.org

 

Salary: $68,281.66 - $91,503.95

Deadline: 7/2/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

You must have experience as a Police Officer with a law enforcement agency to qualify for this position.

 

Police Officer (Lateral) duties may consist of patrolling a designated area of the city, answering radio dispatches or citizens'

requests for police services, conducting investigations, testifying in court, providing traffic control, attending community

meetings, evaluating and controlling violent situations and subjects, providing first aid, driving vehicles under hazardous

and emergency conditions, and training new employees in proper police procedures. Police officers may be assigned to

work any shift.

 

*Appointments may be made between $4,955 - $6,025 based on qualifications and/or incentives. Incentive pay begins on the

first day of employment.

 

Qualifications:

Lateral Entry:

(1) High school diploma or G.E.D. equivalent and completion of sixty (60) semester units, or ninety (90) quarter units from an

accredited college or university; AND (2) Possession of a valid P.O.S.T. Basic Certificate issued by the State of California;

AND (3) Current employment as a full- time sworn peace officer in a California P.O.S.T. certified law enforcement department;

and two (2) years as a full-time sworn peace officer in a California P.O.S.T certified law enforcement department.

 

Special Qualifications:

Age:

Must be at least 2l years of age by the date of appointment.

 

Citizenship:  

Must be a citizen of the United States by the date of appointment.

 

Driver License:  

Possession of a valid California Class C Driver license at the time of appointment. Loss of the license is cause for discipline.

 

Respiratory Protective Equipment:

Work in this classification requires wearing respiratory protective equipment at times. When assigned to such work, facial hair

must be shaven when it interferes with the safe fitting of respiratory protective equipment.

 

Felony Convictions:

Free of felony convictions under California Government Code Section 1029.

 

Residency Requirement:

Employees in this classification must reside within thirty-five (35) air miles from the freeway interchange at W-X Streets,

29th - 30th Streets within one year following appointment

 

Probationary Period:  

Employees must complete eighteen (18) months of probation at a satisfactory performance level prior to gaining permanent

status.

 

Questions:

If you have specific questions regarding the Police Officer (Lateral) position, hiring process, etc.:

Go to the Sacramento Police Department website at http://www.sacpd.org/

Send an email to police_recruiting@pd.cityofsacramento.org

Call the Police Recruiting Office at (916) 808-0880

 

For questions concerning this job announcement and the application process:

Visit the City of Sacramento Human Resources Department website at

http://www.cityofsacramento.org/HR/Career-Opportunities;

Send an email to employment@cityofsacramento.org;

Call the Human Resources Department at (916) 808-5726; or

Visit the Human Resources Department at Historic City Hall, 915 I Street, Plaza Level, Sacramento, CA 95814.

 

12. Public Safety Officer in Training

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Sunnyvale

505 W. Olive Avenue, Suite 200

Sunnyvale, CA 94086

Phone: 408-730-7490

E-mail: recruitments@sunnyvale.ca.gov

 

Salary: $98,945.19 - $119,122.44 plus an excellent benefit package

Deadline: 6/30/18 @ 5:00 PM Pacific

 

The position of Public Safety Officer-In Training (PSO-IT) is a non-sworn, training classification while incumbents are attending

the police and fire academies. Upon successful completion of the police academy, incumbents will be promoted to the sworn,

training position of Public Safety Officer I. Upon successful completion of all required training, incumbents will be promoted to

the sworn position of Public Safety Officer II.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Education and Experience:

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

An Associate's degree or have completed 60 semester or 90 quarter units at an accredited college or university.

 

Licenses/Certificates:

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

 

Desirable Qualifications:

A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in criminal justice or related field.

 

Special Requirements:

Must be 21 years of age at the completion of a police academy.

Must successfully complete a post-offer physical exam paid for by the City.

Must successfully complete an extensive background check.

 

13. Firefighter

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Beverly Hills

455 North Rexford Drive

Beverly Hills, CA 90210

Phone: 310-285-1067

Fax: 310-273-1250

 

Salary: $94,480.92 - $117,382.92 

Deadline: 7/1/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE POSITION PLEASE VISIT THE NATIONAL TESTING NETWORK

(WWW.NATIONALTESTINGNETWORK.COM) TO TAKE THE FIREFIGHTER WRITTEN EXAM.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

At time of application the following are required:

Minimum age of 21 years old at the time of application;

Minimum of 18 college units;

Valid driver's license (valid California license required upon appointment);

Current EMT card at the time of application and at the time of appointment;

Weight - proportionate to height;

Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT) or Biddle Physical Agility Test Certificate required at time of application dated

June 1, 2017 or after.

 

At time of application at least one of the following is required:

California Firefighter academy graduation certificate holder within two years of application date; OR

California State Certified Firefighter I (must be obtained within two years from time of appointment) or California State Certified

Firefighter II; OR

Full-Time Professional Firefighter from outside California with a minimum of six months experience, post-training academy at

the time of application date. 

 

Please Note:

Per the Beverly Hills Fire Department's policy, tattoos and/or body piercing shall not be visible when on duty wearing short

sleeve station uniform.

 

14. Firefighter

Attn: Personnel Department

City of Los Angeles

700 E. Temple Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

Phone: 213-473-9311

 

Salary: $65,521.00 - $95,672.00 ($65,521; $69,008 to $90,702; $76,859 to $95,672)

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

Applications will be accepted on-line only from MONDAY, MARCH 5, 2018 THROUGH FRIDAY, JUNE 29, 2018.

 

Requirements/Minimum Qualifications:

1.   At least 18 years of age at the time of application, and

2.   Graduation from a U.S. high school or equivalent, G.E.D. or equivalent from a U.S. institution, or a California High School

Proficiency Examination (CHSPE) certificate is required, and

3.   Achievement of a passing score on the FIREFIGHTER CANDIDATE ASSESSMENT (FCA) in order to be considered in

the next phase of the selection process. Information on how to register to take the FCA is available at

https://lacityfirefighter.psiexams.com and at joinLAFD.org.

 

Process Notes:

FIREFIGHTER CANDIDATE ASSESSMENT (FCA):  To meet the FCA requirement, you must register and take the FCA

during the testing period. FCA registration will start on Monday, March 5, 2018, and will be available until Friday,

June 29, 2018. Candidates must also submit a City application during the application filing period. Candidates may submit

the application prior to registering for the FCA.

A passing score on the FCA taken from February 2016 through January 2017 satisfies the FCA requirement. If you previously

achieved a passing score on the FCA, you must submit a City application, but you do NOT need to retake the FCA.

All information on the FCA, including cost, tutorial assistance, the registration process, and low-income voucher qualification

is available at https://lacityfirefighter.psiexams.com and at joinLAFD.org.  

All entry-level positions are temporary training positions as defined in Civil Service Commission Rule 5.30. Upon completion

of this training period, an appointment to a regular position of Firefighter can be made in which a one year probationary period

begins.

Candidate Physical Ability Test (CPAT): Candidates must provide proof of a current passing score on the CPAT during the

Field Investigation. Proof must also be provided at the time of certification for hiring consideration. A CPAT score is valid for

one year. Information regarding the CPAT can be found at:

http://per.lacity.org/exams/Firefighter2012CPATInformation.pdf (Download PDF reader).

LICENSE: A valid California Driver's License is required at the time of appointment.  Once hired, Firefighters are required to

obtain and maintain a California Class "B" or Firefighter's driver's license, in accordance with Fire Department Procedures,

as a condition of employment.

Candidates must obtain a valid EMT certificate prior to appointment.

 

Selective Certification:

In accordance with Charter Section 1010 (b) and Civil Service Rule 5.31, selective certification may be used for some

positions that require special skills and/or training. Only persons possessing one or more of the following at the time of

filing may be considered for appointment to fill such positions. 

 

Ability to speak and/or write a language other than English.

Possession of a valid National Registered Paramedic (NREMT-P) certification issued by the National Registry of Emergency

Medical Technicians.

Possession of a valid State of California Paramedic License issued by the Emergency Medical Services Authority.

 

If you possess one or more of these special skills and/or training, indicate them in the appropriate box(es) on the application.

 

15. Safety Inspector

 

Attn: Human Resources

County of Los Angeles

500 W. Temple Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

Phone: 213-974-2406

Fax: 213-621-0387

E-mail: dsupport@hr.lacounty.gov

 

Salary: $62,133.84 - $77,181.84

Deadline: 7/3/18 @ 5:00 PM Pacific, or after the first 100 applications are received, whichever occurs first

 

Department: Probation

 

Exam Number: F3034C

 

Performs a full-range of safety inspections and accident investigations as part of a departmental safety and illness/injury

prevention program.

 

Selection Requirements:

Option I:

Two years of experience as a Safety Assistant* in Los Angeles County.

 

Option II:

Graduation with a Bachelor's Degree** from an accredited college with a specialization in Safety, Safety Engineering,

Environmental Health and Safety, Industrial Hygiene, physics, biology, chemistry, or a closely related field -and- one year

of experience at the level of Safety Assistant*** in the areas of Occupational Safety, Industrial Hygiene or a closely related

field.

 

License:

A valid California Class C Driver License or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry

out job-related essential functions.

 

16. Safety Assistant

 

Attn: Human Resources

County of Los Angeles

500 W. Temple Street

Los Angeles, CA 90012

Phone: 213-974-2406

Fax: 213-621-0387

E-mail: dsupport@hr.lacounty.gov

 

Salary: $52,794.72 - $65,591.04

Deadline: 7/3/18 @ 5:00 PM Pacific, or after the first 200 applications are received, whichever occurs first

 

Department: Probation

 

Exam Number: F3033A

 

Assists in planning, conducting, coordinating, evaluating and maintaining a comprehensive occupational, environmental, and

automotive safety program in a large department.

 

Selection Requirements:

Graduation with a Bachelor's degree* from an accredited college with a specialization in Safety, Safety Engineering,

Environmental Health and Safety, Industrial Hygiene, physics, biology, chemistry or a closely related field.

 

License:

A valid California Class C Driver License or the ability to utilize an alternative method of transportation when needed to carry

out job-related essential functions.

 

Desirable Qualifications:

Two years of responsible safety program experience.

 

17. Crime Analyst

 

Attn: Human Resources

Stanislaus County

1010 10th Street, #6800

Modesto, CA 95354

Phone: 209-525-6341 or 209-525-6333

E-mail: vasquezd@stancounty.com

 

Salary: $54,704.00 - $66,497.60   

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 5:00 PM Pacific

 

This recruitment is being conducted to fill vacancies for the Sheriff's department and to establish an eligibility list to fill future

full-time and part-time vacancies.

 

Oral examinations are tentatively scheduled for the week of July 9, 2018 or the week of July 16, 2018.

 

The Crime Analyst is a single position classification in the Sheriff's Department Crime Analysis Unit. The Crime Analyst

designs, monitors, enters, and updates all types of crime-related data. This individual also determines the statistical

analysis techniques to be used on data and plans, evaluates, and participates in the analysis of crime data, and helps

to disseminate this data to management, patrol, crime prevention, investigations, and other units. This individual is

responsible for operating a computerized program that enables the Sheriff Department to coordinate and analyze crime

data to effectively achieve departmental goals. The individual in this position is accountable for the unit's research techniques,

system design and development, and information output. The Crime Analyst provides technical assistance regarding criminal

statistical analysis work, data entry, and computer operations. This position is subject to overtime work and performs related

duties as assigned.

 

Education/Experience:

Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Business or Public Administration, Criminal

Justice, Mathematics, or a related field; AND

Two (2) years of administrative and/or analytic experience that demonstrates possession of the stated abilities and

knowledge. One (1) year must have been in statistical analysis and/or in the criminal, behavioral or social science fields.

 

Note:

No felony convictions. Must be of good moral character and must not have been convicted of a crime for which the

punishment could have been imprisonment in a Federal penitentiary or State prison.

 

Proof of education is required for verification purposes at the time of application. Applicants who are unable to submit proof

must call (209)-525-7044 to make other arrangements before 5:00 pm on the final filing date. Failure to submit proof or make

other arrangements before the final filing deadline will result in disqualification.

 

License:

Applicants must possess and maintain a valid California Driver's License and remain free from repeated preventable accidents.

 

18. Police Officer I/II/III/IV

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Englewood

1000 Englewood Parkway

Englewood, CO 80110

Phone: 303-762-2370

E-mail: Human Resources

 

Salary: $29.56 - $41.84/hour, plus benefits

Deadline: 6/30/18 @ 11:59 PM Mountain

 

Colorado P.O.S.T. certification or peace officer certification from another state.

 

Education and Experience:

Education:

High school graduate or equivalent and 60 semester hours of college credit. A minimum of four years active military service

and an Honorable Discharge may be substituted in lieu of the college credit requirement.

 

Work Experience:

None.

 

Certifications and/or Licensures:

Colorado P.O.S.T. certification or peace officer certification from another state.

 

Required Driver's License:

Valid Colorado driver's license and a clear or acceptable MVR

 

An equivalent combination of education, training and relevant job experience may be substituted.

 

19. Crime Analyst

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Greeley

1000 10th Street

Greeley, CO 80631

Phone: 970-350-9710

Fax: 970-350-9707

E-mail: hr@greeleygov.com

 

Salary: $53,352.00 - $61,387.00

Deadline: 7/1/18 @ 11:00 PM Mountain

 

The Crime Analyst is responsible for developing and providing crime analysis information to police operations and

management and working cooperatively with other regional law enforcement agencies.  The Crime Analyst uses a

variety of data sources, manual and computerized applications to analyze and consolidate statistical information in

the forms of reports, mapping, charts and graphs on a wide variety of subjects; tracks crime trends statistically;

performs analysis of data, and responds to requests for information and research, and handles other projects as assigned.

 

Experience, Knowledge, Skills:

BA/BS degree in related field (criminology, statistics, information systems, GIS, etc.);

Two years related experience (e.g., crime analysis, statistics, database administration);

A combination of education and experience will be considered.

Working knowledge of basic crime analysis and statistics as well as law enforcement techniques desired.

Proficiency with word processing (Word), spreadsheet software (Excel), database (Access) presentation (PowerPoint), and

report writing (Crystal Reports) software and MS Publisher.

Knowledge and proficiency with ESRI products, statistical analysis and map publication desired;

Valid driverís license and good driving record;

English/Spanish bilingual skills desired.

 

20. Police Services Technician

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Commerce City

7887 E. 60th Avenue

Commerce City, CO 80022

Phone: 303-289-3624

Fax: 303-227-8773

E-mail: hr2@c3gov.com

 

Salary: $34,773.65 - $43,467.01

Deadline: 7/1/18 @ 11:59 PM Mountain Time

 

The Police Services Technician performs a variety of technical and administrative police support services including answering

phones, making and providing copies of records, handling and balancing U.S. Currency, receiving and processing

counter reports, monitoring security stations, and exceptional customer service for internal and external stakeholders, to

include citizens, city employees, and department employees. A Police Service Technician may work rotating 8 to 12

hour schedules to include days, evenings, nights, holidays and weekends, from 6:00 a.m. to 12:00 a.m.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

At least eighteen (18) years old

High School diploma or GED equivalent 

Minimum of two (2) years of experience in a customer service, general clerical or records processing/filing position 

Minimum of two (2) years of Windows-based computer experience in data entry or retrieval, word processing, data

management or information technology 

Must qualify for FBI certification to access the Criminal Justice Information System; qualification includes no felony conviction

of any kind

Must be able to be certified as a Notary Public

Must have a valid Colorado driver's license

 

An equivalent combination of education, training and experience which provides the required knowledge, skills and abilities

may be considered.

 

Preferred Experience:

Advanced experience with Microsoft Office Suite or Office 365, specifically in Outlook, Excel and Word

Fluency in the Spanish language 

Experience in shift work and judicial or law enforcement organizations 

Experience working with CCIC/NCIC.

 

21. Crime Scene Investigator II - Night Shift

 

Attn: Office of Human Resources

City and County of Denver

201 W. Colfax Avenue

Denver, CO 80202

Phone: 720-913-5627

E-mail: jobs@denvergov.org

 

Salary: $57,969.60 - $84,635.20

Hiring Range: $57,569.00 - $68,764.80 or DOE  

Deadline: 7/4/18 @ 11:59 PM Mountain

 

The Denver Crime Laboratory actively works to aid the Criminal Investigations Division in solving crime. The bureau employs a

variety of highly trained personnel to assist in the investigation of criminal acts and make Denver a safer place to live.

 

The Denver Police Crime Laboratory Crime Scene Unit investigates criminal cases from property crimes to sexual assault,

homicide and other major crimes within the City and County of Denver. Each year the unit responds to over five thousand

crime scenes.

 

Our ideal candidate will have:

5+ years' experience in a similar working environment (large agency)

Flexibility

Ability to work night shift

Ability to work weekends and holidays

Ability to effectively deal with difficult scenes/situations

Flexibility in call rotation/change

Team mentality

Customer service mentality

Ability to deploy advanced crime scene process with minimal supervision

 

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

qualifications:

Baccalaureate Degree in Criminal Justice, Chemistry, Biology, or a related field AND Three years of experience in crime

scene processing that includes the techniques generally used in crime scene documenting and processing and any

specialized techniques for advanced crime scene analysis.

 

Equivalency:

A combination of appropriate education and experience may be substituted for the minimum education and experience

requirements.

 

Licensure and Certification:

Ability to obtain IAI Certified Crime Scene Analyst certification, within one year of employment.

 

Probationary Period:

This position may require the selected candidate to complete at least a six month probationary period prior to attaining career

status with the City & County of Denver. For more information about the probationary period, click here.

 

22. Police Officer

 

Town of Palm Beach

345 S. County Road

Palm Beach, FL 33480

Phone: 561-838-5450

E-mail: jobs@townofpalmbeach.com

Website: www.townofpalmbeach.com

 

Salary: $52,275 - $91,530

Population: 10,000

Application Deadline: 8/31/18

 

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

 

23. Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Pensacola

222 W. Main Street, Fourth Floor

Pensacola, FL 32501

Phone: 850-435-1720

Fax: 850-595-1298

E-mail: AWorkman@cityofpensacola.com

 

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 11:59 PM CST

 

An online application is required.

 

This is non-supervisory police work in the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances.

 

Minimum Preparation for Work:

Graduation from high school or equivalent; and 

Ability to meet approved age, mental, physical, psychological and medical requirements for this class. 

Possession of Official Certification of Compliance in law enforcement issued by the State of Florida.

Possession of an appropriate driver license for equipment operated and any license, training or certification required by law or

regulation to complete assigned tasks. 

Applicants must have been free from the use of tobacco or tobacco products for six (6) months prior to application and remain

tobacco-free for the duration of employment.

 

24. Chief Fire Inspector

 

Attn: Employee Services Department

Sumter County

7375 Powell Road

Wildwood, FL 34785

Phone: 352-689-4400

Fax: 352-689-4401

E-mail: employee.services@sumtercountyfl.gov

 

Salary: $21.47 - $30.67/hour, commensurate with experience and licenses; plus a benefits package

Deadline: 7/1/18

 

Highly responsible administrative and professional work in coordinating, overseeing and performing fire inspections, plan

examinations and permitting operations to enforce the State of Florida Fire Prevention Code for building construction.

Responsible for the supervision and management of the contracted support performing the plans examination and inspection

activities.

 

Essential Job Functions:

Assist the Building Official in the daily oversight and supervision of plans examination, fire inspections and permitting

activities.

Direct work assignments for fire plans examination and inspection contractors. Inspect buildings in the process of

construction, expansion, alteration or removal and assure that such work is performed in conformance with applicable codes,

approved plans, and permits. Identifies violations of the Florida Fire Prevention Code, County Code of Ordinances, and other

applicable rules and regulations and enforce correction of defects. Maintain records and make reports. Upon completion of

construction, assist with final inspections to verify full compliance with codes and approved plans to achieve Certificate of

Occupancy or Certificate of Completion.

Confer with architects, engineers, contractors and the general public regarding code requirements and provide technical

information.

Serve as lead inspector for Florida Fire Prevention Code enforcement activities.

Assist Building Official in the supervision and management of private contractors for fire plan examination and inspection

services.

Review plans, specifications and other data submitted to ensure conformance with the Florida Fire Prevention Code. Attempt

to resolve code problems related to construction drawings.

Provide advice and assistance to office and field staff regarding code interpretations. Assure consistency in interpretation of

codes among staff members. Conduct field inspections as necessary to complete plan review and resolve code compliance

issues.

Assist Building Official in the of and literature on approved building materials/processes, staff development and certification

and other technical files.

In case of emergency or (hurricane, flood, etc.) position is required to respond/perform emergency and recovery duties as

assigned by immediate supervisor.

Employees hired on or after February 1, 2016, must be a tobacco-free person, both on and off the job, for at least one (1) year

immediately preceding application and maintain same tobacco-free status throughout the term of employment.

Regular attendance.

 

(These essential job functions are not to be construed as a complete statement of all duties performed. Employees will be

required to perform other job related marginal duties as required.)

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Knowledge of department plans examination, building permitting and inspection policies and procedures.

< > of Fire prevention, suppression and investigation principles, procedures, methods, practices, and techniques.

Knowledge of structural, electrical, plumbing, and mechanical construction methods, procedures and materials.

Knowledge of the Florida Fire Prevention Code and ordinances relating to construction plan review, permitting and inspections

in the County.

Knowledge of possible building construction and mechanical compliance issues.

Ability to be firm in requiring of building construction compliance issues.

Ability to read and interpret construction codes, plans, specifications.

Ability to prepare and maintain accurate records and necessary reports.

Ability to supervise a team of employees

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with contractors and others in the construction trade.

 

Education and Experience:

Graduation from an accredited college or university with an Associate degree in Fire Sciences, Engineering, Construction,

Architecture, or a related field.

Two (2) years experience as a Fire Safety Inspector

Additional certifications for fire sprinkler systems, fire alarm systems, and hood fire suppression systems preferred.

 

Licenses, Certifications or Registrations:

Valid Florida Driverís License and a driving record acceptable to insurance provider.

Must possess National Fire Protection Association (NFPA) Certified Plan Examiner

NIMS 1-100, I-200, and I-700 required within one (1) year of employment.

 

Vaccinations:

Tetanus within sixty (60) days of employment.

 

25. Firefighter

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Sunrise

10770 W. Oakland Park Boulevard

Sunrise, FL 33351

Phone: 954-838-4522

E-mail: HR@sunrisefl.gov

 

Salary: $45,504.58 - $74,564.76

Deadline: 7/2/18 @ 5:00 PM Eastern Time

 

This is a shift level position primarily concerned with emergency and non-emergency activities of both the fire suppression and

EMS components of the Fire-Rescue Department.

 

General duties include, but are not limited to, emergency medical services as a paramedic, firefighting work in combating,

extinguishing and preventing fires and operating firefighter apparatus.

 

Requirements:

To qualify to become a firefighter with City of Sunrise Fire Rescue, you must have the below minimum qualifications to meet

all the requirements in the Florida State Statute Number 633.34, "Firefighter; Qualifications for Employment":

Education:

Graduation from an accredited high school or GED equivalency diploma.

PROOF OF HIGHEST LEVEL OF COMPLETED EDUCATION MUST BE SUBMITTED AS AN ATTACHMENT WITH

APPLICATION. (Applications without attached proof of education will not be processed for consideration.)

 

Experience, Training and Certifications:

COPIES OF ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS MUST BE UPLOADED AND SUBMITTED WITH APPLICATION OR

APPLICATION WILL BE RENDERED INCOMPLETE. 

 

Must be at least 18 years old  (as required by Florida Statute 633.34-1)

Current valid Firefighter Certificate of Compliance, Certificate of Statutory Compliance or Certificate of Training issued by the

State of Florida from the Bureau of Fire Standards & Training

Current valid State of Florida Paramedic Certification OR Paramedic certificate or proof of enrollment as a fourth semester

paramedic student.  Certificate will be required for hire.

Successful completion of the countywide Physical Ability Test (PAT) at the Broward Fire Academy, Coral Springs Fire

Academy or Hollywood Fire Academy, taken prior to hire date

Valid State of Florida driver's license with an acceptable driving record

Emergency Vehicle Operator Course (EVOC) certification prior to the date of application

Certification by the American Heart Association as an Advanced Cardiac Life Support provider

Notarized affidavit regarding use of tobacco products  (Florida State Statute 633.34(56)

Upon appointment, successfully complete and pass all Firefighter- Paramedic skill evaluations as set forth by the EMS

Division.

 

26. Fire Inspector

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Sunrise

10770 W. Oakland Park Boulevard

Sunrise, FL 33351

Phone: 954-838-4522

E-mail: HR@sunrisefl.gov

 

Salary: $47,808.18 - $80,297.98

Deadline: 7/2/18 @ 5:00 PM Eastern Time

 

This is a skilled technical and clerical position concerned with inspection, prevention and investigation components of the

Fire-Rescue Department.

 

Employees in this classification are responsible for inspecting buildings under construction and existing buildings/premised

to ensure compliance with applicable laws, codes, ordinances and standards.

 

Work is reviewed by supervisor through observation and analysis for adherence to established policies and procedures.

 

Requirements:

Education:

Graduation from an accredited high school or possession of a G.E.D. equivalency diploma.

PROOF OF HIGHEST LEVEL OF COMPLETED EDUCATION MUST BE SUBMITTED AS AN ATTACHMENT WITH

APPLICATION. (Applications without attached proof of education will not be processed for consideration.)

 

Special Required Certifications:

COPIES OF ALL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS MUST BE UPLOADED AND SUBMITTED WITH APPLICATION. APPLICATIONS

WILL BE RENDERED INCOMPLETE IF THESE DOCUMENTS ARE NOT SUBMITTED. 

 

State of Florida Firefighter Certification

State of Florida Fire Inspector Certification

Broward County Fire Inspector Certification within 6 months of appointment

State of Florida Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) certification

Class E driver's license and completion of certified EVOC program with an acceptable driving record

CPR Certification (Healthcare Provider Level 1)

All certifications must be current

Affidavits - please see link below for required affidavit forms

 

27. Firefighter

 

Attn: Employment Services

City of Tampa

306 East Jackson Street

Tampa, FL 33602

Phone: 813-274-8911

Fax: 813-274-8913

 

Salary: $17.08 - $31.45/hour

Deadline: 7/2/18 @ 4:00 PM

 

Recruitment #180403-007291-002

 

An employee in this class is responsible for performing a variety of firefighting tasks. Positions in this class require the

performance of physically demanding work involving fire suppression and the provision of emergency medical care. Work is

frequently performed under conditions where personal injury or injury to others can occur; employees must be capable of

reacting with speed and composure under these conditions and must exercise some initiative and independent judgment in

determining proper actions to take. Under general supervision, employees are required to participate in training and/or station

drills in order to maintain and increase proficiency in skills necessary to perform assigned duties. Work is performed on a

24-hour shift, including weekends and holidays and is reviewed through observation and results obtained.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

To become a Firefighter with the City of Tampa, the following requirements must be met: 

Minimum eighteen (18) years of age.

Lawful to work in US (for unlimited duration).

Possess a high school diploma (or) an equivalency certificate issued by a State Board of Education.         

Possess a valid driverís license (must have a Florida license upon hire).

Current State of Florida Firefighter Certificate of Compliance.

Current State of Florida EMT-Basic (or) Paramedic Certificate.

Current CPR (and) (or) ACLS Card.

Current CPAT (and) FireTEAM from the National Testing Network (NTN).

 

Requirements for out-of-state applicants:

If you received your Firefighter training in another state, contact the Florida State Fire College in Ocala to learn how to

become certified in the State of Florida (www.floridastatefirecollege.org).

If you received your EMT or Paramedic training in another state, contact the State of Florida EMS Office in Tallahassee to

learn how to become certified in the State of Florida (http://www.floridahealth.gov/licensing-and-regulation/ems-system/index.html).

 

Licenses or Certifications:

Possession of a valid Florida Class E or higher driverís license.

 

28. Public Information Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Lauderhill

5581 W. Oakland Park Boulevard

Lauderhill, FL 33313

Phone: 954-730-3090

Fax: 954-730-4240

E-mail: hres@lauderhill-fl.gov

 

Salary: $54,117.00 - $78,429.00

Deadline: 7/2/18 @ 5:45 PM Eastern

 

Under supervision of the Chief of Police, the purpose of the position is to perform professional and administrative duties as the

communication link between the community and the Police Department. Position is responsible for providing and presenting

information regarding crime prevention and education via a variety of strategies such as news media, social media, press

conferences and/or press releases of behalf of the Police Department.  Performs related work as directed.

 

Minimum Training and Experience:

Bachelor's degree in Journalism, Communications or closely related field; supplemented by a minimum three (3) years

previous experience and/or training in Journalism or Public Relations and five(5) years law enforcement experience; or an

equivalent combination of education, training and experience.

 

Special Requirements:

Possession of a valid State of Florida Driver's license.

Must have excellent writing and oratorical skills.

 

29. Public Safety Telecommunicator

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Largo

201 Highland Avenue NE

Largo, FL 33770

Phone: 727-587-6716

E-mail: hrdirector@largo.com

 

Salary: $17.29/hour

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 5:00 PM Eastern

 

Public Safety Telecommunicators are responsible for receiving, dispatching and/or monitoring of appropriate emergency

response providers such as police, fire and emergency medical services on a shift assignment. Communications Center work

includes responding to 911 and telephone requests for assistance, dispatching calls via the police radio system and

administrative work involving the safety of officers and citizens in the City.

 

Work Assignment:

Days, evenings and/or night shift work including weekends and holidays.  For night shift, differential is applied at $40 per

week.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Training and Experience

High school diploma or GED.

Previous public safety dispatching experience (police, fire, EMS) and some college coursework is preferred

Excellent verbal and written communications skills

Pass a strict and comprehensive background investigation that includes use of illegal narcotics or other violations of law.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Ability to:

perform recurring tasks independently, accurately, and quickly.

react quickly and calmly in emergency, life threatening, and stressful situations

perform a variety of clerical tasks

operate multi-key telephones and perform data entry at 2,500 keystrokes per hour (KPH)

input, access, and retrieve data from a computer correctly

obtain FCIC Certification after employment

 

Must possess good auditory acuity, vision, and have good diction and a clear speaking voice with an excellent command of

the English Language.

 

Driving Requirements:

The work requires driving on rare occasions and possession of a valid Florida Class "E" Driver License.

 

30. Animal Control Officer

 

Attn: Employee Services Department

Sumter County

7375 Powell Road

Wildwood, FL 34785

Phone: 352-689-4400

Fax: 352-689-4401

E-mail: employee.services@sumtercountyfl.gov

 

Salary: $12.71 - $18.15/hour, commensurate with experience and licenses; plus a benefits package

Deadline: 7/1/18 @ 11:59 PM

 

Responsible for functions in the field, kennel and office based on task assignment. Responsible for enforcement of ordinances

governing the care and keeping of domestic animals and livestock in an effort to maintain public safety and welfare.

Responsible for responding to service calls and providing professional customer service, capturing and transporting stray,

vicious and/or diseased domestic animals to the animal shelter, issuing citations, criminal investigations, case preparation

and testifying in court as necessary. Responsible for maintaining daily shelter operations, caring for impounded animals, and

performs technical and clerical duties in support of the kennel and field operations. Responds within 60 minutes of dispatch to

call-outs for emergency animal assistance and disaster relief.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Education and Experience:

Graduation from an accredited high school or possession of an acceptable equivalency diploma.

One (1) year of college or vocational education in animal control, public safety, law enforcement, code enforcement or a

related field preferred.

Two (2) years of related training and/or experience in handling, trapping, ensnaring and transporting domestic animals.

 

Licenses, Certifications or Registrations:

Valid Florida Driverís License and a driving record acceptable to insurance provider.

Must possess and maintain certification as Certified Animal Control Officer or obtain certification by taking next scheduled

State Animal Control Officers School.

Must possess and maintain certification as Euthanasia Technician or obtain certification by taking next scheduled State

certified euthanasia course.

Must possess and maintain certification for Chemical Immobilization, or obtain certification by taking next scheduled State

certified Chemical Immobilizations course.

Must possess and maintain certification for Bite Stick, or obtain certification by taking next scheduled State certified bite

stick course.

Must possess and maintain certification for Pepper Spray, or obtain certification by taking next scheduled pepper stick

course.

 

Vaccinations:

Hepatitis A within sixty (60) days of employment

Hepatitis B within sixty (60) days of employment

Pre-exposure Rabies within sixty (60) days of employment

Tetanus within sixty (60) days of employment

 

31. Public Safety Telecommunicator II

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Pensacola

222 W. Main Street, Fourth Floor

Pensacola, FL 32501

Phone: 850-435-1720

Fax: 850-595-1298

E-mail: AWorkman@cityofpensacola.com

 

Minimum Salary: $27,040

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 11:59 PM CST

 

An online application is required.

 

This is highly responsible, specialized work involving the receiving, screening, prioritizing, and transmission of emergency

calls, information, and messages; and in dispatching police and/or fire personnel and equipment. An employee in this class

operates computerized emergency communications equipment and maintains an orderly flow of communications between the

base of operations and the field.

 

Minimum Preparation for Work:

Graduation from high school or equivalent; and

One (1) year of experience in emergency communications work or successful completion of the Communications Training

Program as determined by the department.

 

Necessary Special Requirements:

Basic Telecommunicator Certification as determined by the department, or the ability to acquire the same within one (1) year

of the date of employment or promotion into this classification.

Possession of an appropriate driver license for equipment operated and any license, training or certification required by law or

regulation to complete assigned tasks.

 

32. Police Records Clerk

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Pensacola

222 W. Main Street, Fourth Floor

Pensacola, FL 32501

Phone: 850-435-1720

Fax: 850-595-1298

E-mail: AWorkman@cityofpensacola.com

 

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 11:59 PM CST

 

An online application is required.

 

This is advanced and varied clerical work in the Records Division of the Police Department. An employee in this class is

responsible for preparation, data entry, and maintenance of records in accordance with established procedures and methods.

Work is performed under the supervision of a records supervisor.

 

Minimum Preparation for Work:

Graduation from high school or equivalent; and

Two (2) years of experience in records management in a traditional office setting, which may include legal, medical,

academic, etc.

 

Necessary Special Requirements:

Possession of an appropriate driver license for equipment operated and any license, training or certification required by law or

regulation to complete assigned tasks.

Must obtain Florida Crime Information Certification (FCIC) and National Crime Information (NCIC) Certification within six (6)

months of employment in this position.

 

33. Police Officer I (Entry Level & Lateral Program)

 

Attn: Human Resources

Cobb County

100 Cherokee Street

Marietta, GA 30090

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

E-mail: cobbemployment@cobbcounty.org

 

Salary: $40,014.18 - $64,022.89

Deadline: 6/30/18

 

Posting Number: 01629

 

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

 

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

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

 

Minimum Qualifications:

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

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

 

34. Firefighter A-EMT

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Atlanta

68 Mitchell Street, S.W., Suite 2150

Atlanta, GA 30303

Phone: 404-330-6360

Fax: 404-658-6892

 

Starting Salary: $40,000

Deadline: 6/30/18

 

Minimum Qualifications - Education and Experience:

U.S. Citizenship or Naturalization

18 years of age or older before December 30, 2018

Possess valid U.S. driverís license

HS diploma, or GED certificate

Acceptable 3-year driving record

Honorable or Uncharacterized discharge from a military branch

 

Licensures and Certifications:

Must possess and maintain a U.S. valid Driverís License

Must acquire National Professional Qualifications Firefighter -1

Must acquire National Professional Qualifications Firefighter - 2

Must acquire National Professional Qualifications Hazardous Material Awareness

Must acquire National Professional Qualifications Hazardous Material Operations

Must acquire National Registry Emergency Medical Technician Ė Advanced EMT Certification

If requirements are not completed within the designated time, employee will be dismissed

 

35. Firefighter I (Lateral Entry Program)

 

Attn: Human Resources

Cobb County

100 Cherokee Street

Marietta, GA 30090

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

E-mail: cobbemployment@cobbcounty.org

 

Salary: See Below

Deadline: 6/30/18

 

Posting Number: 01470

 

Entry Level Salary: $40,014.18 per year ($19.24 per hour)

Lateral Entry Salary: Applicants may be eligible for up to 10% increase based on years of experience (subject to program

requirements)

Academy Graduate: $40,014.18- After 18 months probationary period, salary increases by 5%

Certified Paramedic: Additional 5% Differential Pay for certified paramedics and an additional 5% after completion of recruit

school if assigned to an ALS station.

Annual Education Incentive Pay: $1,000 Associates, $2,000 Bachelors, $3,000 Masters (paid as quarterly payments per

policy)

Tuition Assistance available while attending college (per policy)

Paid Military Leave: up to 18 days per year (per policy)

 

The Firefighter Lateral Entry Program with Cobb County Fire and Emergency Services is open to individuals who are currently

employed with a full-service fire department OR who have been previously employed with a full-service fire department within

the last year. Applicants will not be considered if they have taken a break from full-time service for a period longer than 1 year.

 

Applicants must hold certifications for NPQ or IFSAC Firefighter I (FF II is preferred) and current National Registry certification

(NREMT) or Georgia state licensure as an EMT-I, AEMT, or Paramedic.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

High School diploma or GED

Valid Driverís License

Satisfy the physical and agility requirements for the work

Satisfy the Departmentís background and criminal history checks

 

36. Records Technician

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Richmond Hill

P.O. Box 250

40 Richard R. Davis Drive

Richmond Hill, GA 31324

Phone: 912-756-2921

Fax: 912-756-3368
E-mail: ppendrak@richmondhill-ga.gov

 

Starting Salary: $13.49 - $16.61/hour

Deadline: 7/2/18

 

The City of Richmond Hill is now accepting applications for a full-time Records Technician for the police department.

 

Applicants must be able to pass a comprehensive background investigation. Receptionist/general office skills will be the

primary function for this position. Prior experience desired but not required. Applicants must be at least 18 years of age and

possess a high school diploma or its equivalent.

 

37. Data/Reporting Analyst (Open Records Request)

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Atlanta

68 Mitchell Street, S.W., Suite 2150

Atlanta, GA 30303

Phone: 404-330-6360

Fax: 404-658-6892

 

Salary: $38,300

Deadline: 7/1/18

 

Supports the designated Atlanta Police Department offices by:

Successfully managing all open records requests (ORR) to Atlanta Police Department

Maintaining locked storage of confidential records

Archiving and digitizing all open records request

Maintaining accurate documentation and monthly logs of ORR

Communicate with internal and external stakeholders in a positive, proactive and responsive manner

 

Note:

Positions in this class may also perform other related administrative or operations tasks within the organization provided they

have a similar level of professional challenge.

 

Minimum Qualifications - Education and Experience:

Bachelorís degree in business/public administration, accounting, finance, information technology, statistics, human resources

or a related field (equivalent professional experience may be considered for substitution for the required degree on an

exception basis).

3 years of professional experience; strong editing, writing and proofreading experience.

Experience with Word, Excel, Power Point, Outlook, Access and Adobe, redaction of documents and both audio and video

files.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities: Exceptional written, oral, presentation and communication skills; experience with confidential or

sensitive documentation and/or issues appreciated; high level of accuracy and discretion required.

 

Preferred Education and Experience:

Bachelorís degree as described above, plus 3-4 years experience in data analysis.  Previous experience fulfilling open records

requests.

 

Licensures and Certifications:

No specific certifications or licensures required.  Individual positions may require completion of training in specific reporting

languages or software.

 

38. Firefighter Trainee

 

Attn: Human Resources

County of Kauai

4444 Rice Street, Suite 140

Lihue, Kauai, HI 96766

Phone: 808-241-4956

Fax: 808-241-6593

 

Salary: $53,880.00

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 4:30 PM Hawaii

 

Recruitment #:  1718-224 Open-Competitive

Open: Includes all interested individuals including members of the general public

 

Written Exam scheduled for August 25, 2018

 

Physical Ability Exam scheduled for August 27, 2018 AND/OR August 28, 2018

 

Serves in a trainee capacity, receiving on-and-off-the-job training to learn the theories, techniques and methods used in

firefighting tasks under immediate supervision; and performs other duties as required.

 

Minimum Qualification Requirements:

Applicants must meet all the requirements for the position they are seeking as of the filing date of their application, unless

otherwise specified.

 

Please note that unless specifically indicated, the required education and experience may not be gained concurrently.  Your

possession of the required amount of experience will not in itself be accepted as proof of qualification for the position.  Overall

paid or unpaid experience must be of such scope and responsibility as to conclusively demonstrate that you have the ability

to perform the duties of the position.

 

Note:

Calculation of experience is based on full-time, 40-hour work weeks.  Part-time experience must be pro-rated.  Example:

Twelve months of experience at 20 hours per week is equivalent to six months of experience.  In addition, hours worked per

week in excess of 40 hours per week will not be credited.  Example: Twelve months of experience at 60 hours per week is

equivalent to one year, not one and one-half years.

 

Training and Experience:

A combination of education and experience substantially equivalent to graduation from high school and two (2) years of

general work experience.

 

License Requirement:

Possession of a valid motor vehicle operator's license (Type 3); Prior to completion of probation: possession of an Emergency

Medical Responder Certificate or equivalent or higher, American Heart Association Cardio-pulmonary Resuscitation

Certificate, and United States Lifesaving Association (USLA) Aquatic Rescue Response Team (ARRT) Certificate.

 

39. Detention Deputy (Jail/Corrections)

 

Kootenai County

451 Government Way

Coeur d'Alene, ID 83816

Phone: 208-446-1640

E-mail: kcsorecruit@kcgov.us

Website: www.kcgov.us

 

Salary: $20.42 - $27.27/hour

Population: 150,000

Sworn Officers: 175

Application Deadline: NA

 

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

 

40. Training Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Chicago

121 N LaSalle Street, Room 100

Chicago, IL 60602

Phone: 312-744-4966

Fax: 312-744-2563

 

Salary: $55,644.00

Deadline: 7/2/18 @ 11:59 PM

 

Job Number: 305692

 

Essential Duties:

Provides classroom and scenario based training to Police Recruits and incumbent officers

Determines staff training needs through consultations with supervisors and through training needs assessment surveys

Researches subject areas and studies materials in order to develop new training programs or to incorporate new information

into existing programs

Prepares program materials including training outlines, instructional modules and visual aids for use in the presentation of

training programs

Conducts training sessions on a variety of topics to meet the training needs of staff

Reviews evaluations and suggestions made by program attendees and incorporates changes to improve curriculum

Coordinates work efforts with consultants and training vendors providing specialized and technical training to department

employees

Coordinates with staff engaged in preparing and disseminating informational materials on training and staff development

programs

Provides additional academic support to Police Recruits in need of remedial assistance

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelorís degree, plus three years of training or teaching

experience, or an equivalent combination of training and experience.

 

Disclaimer:

"Accredited" means any nationally or regionally accredited college, university, or law school where the applicant is enrolled in

or has completed an Associates, Bachelors, Masters, or Juris Doctorate degree program.

 

Preference will be given to candidates possessing the following:

Bachelorís degree in Education or in a Law Enforcement related field from an accredited college or university

Previous experience working in a law enforcement setting

Previous experience providing classroom instruction to adult learners

Proficiency with PowerPoint and Microsoft Word

Certification from the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board

 

Note:

To be considered for this position you must provide information about your educational background and your work

experience. You must include job titles, dates of employment, and specific job duties.  (If you are a current City employee,

Acting Up cannot be considered.)  If you fail to provide this information at the time you submit your application, it will be

incomplete and you will not be considered for this position.  There are three ways to provide the information: 1) you may

attach a resume; 2) you may paste a resume; or 3) you can complete the online resume fields.

 

Note:

You must provide your transcripts or diploma, professional license, or training certificates at time of processing, if applicable.

 

Residency Requirement:

All employees of the City of Chicago must be actual residents of the City of Chicago as outlined in 2-152-050 of the City of

Chicago Municipal Code. Proof of residency will be required.

 

41. Office Specialist (Temporary)

 

Attn: Human Resources

Polk County

111 Court Avenue, Suite 390

Des Moines, IA 50309

Phone: 515-286-3200

Fax: 515-286-3316

E-mail: humanres@polkcountyiowa.gov

 

Salary: $44,307.00 - $58,014.00

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 11:59 PM Central

 

Department: Emergency Management

 

Under general supervision, performs moderately complex clerical work in assisting the general public and others, in-person,

over the telephone and/or two-way radio.

 

Training and Experience:

Graduation from high school or equivalent education.

One to two years of experience in clerical or related office work, or

Any equivalent combination of training and experience that will have provided the required knowledge, skills and abilities.

 

Special Requirements:

A criminal background check may be required.

A drug screen may be required prior to final offer of employment.

 

42. Detention Deputy

 

Attn: Melissa Riley, Director of Human Resources

Butler County

205 W. Central, 4th Floor

El Dorado, KS 67042

Phone: 316-322-4324

E-mail: mriley@bucoks.com

 

Salary: $15.50/hour

Deadline: 6/30/18 @ 11:59:59 PM

 

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

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

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

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

 

Position Requirements:

Experience:

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

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

 

Education:

High school diploma or GED is required.

 

43. Communications Officer 1

 

Attn: Human Resources/Kristin Garcia

Department of Public Safety

P.O. BOX 66614

Baton Rouge, LA 70896

Fax: 225-922-0528

E-mail: kristin.perron@la.gov

 

Salary: $2,018.00 - $3,618.00/month

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 11:59 PM Central

 

This vacancy is located in Louisiana State Police/Troop E in Rapides Parish and may be used to fill position # 50513389,

18908, 18465.

 

This position requires shift work (days, nights, weekends, and holidays).

 

The Communications Officer 1 (pay grade level WS-209) has a rate of $931.20/bi-weekly; $2,018.00/monthly.

 

Applicants must have Civil Service test scores for 8500-Office Support Exam in order to be considered for this vacancy unless

exempted by Civil Service rule or policy.  If you do not have a score prior to applying to this posting, it may result in your

application not being considered.  Persons applying for the position may be required by the hiring agency to take a typing test

or otherwise demonstrate their typing ability.

 

DPS doesn't allow any testing exemptions for this position.  Applicants without current test scores can apply to take the

test here.

 

For further information, please contact:

Department of Public Safety

ATTN: Human Resources/Kristin Garcia

P.O. BOX 66614

Baton Rouge, LA 70896

Fax: 225-922-0528

kristin.perron@la.gov

 

Applications without the education and/or work experience sections completed will be considered incomplete and will not be

accepted.

 

Applicants with international degrees must provide an equivalency evaluation and a copy of their transcript at the time of

application.  The equivalency evaluation and transcript can be attached to the electronic application, mailed, or faxed to

(225) 925-3970.  Applications submitted without the above documents will not be considered.

 

Qualifications:

Minimum Qualifications:

No previous specialized experience or training is required.

 

Necessary Special Requirements:

All persons appointed to this job will be required by the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) and Louisiana State Police

Terminal Operator Certification Program Guidelines to meet the terminal operator certification/re-certification requirement

within six months of employment.

 

An applicant who has been convicted of a felony or who is under indictment on a felony charge will be disqualified until relief

from the disabilities imposed by state and federal laws is granted.

 

44. Communications Officer 2

 

Attn: Human Resources/Kristin Garcia

Department of Public Safety

P.O. BOX 66614

Baton Rouge, LA  70896

Fax: 225-922-0528

E-mail: kristin.perron@la.gov

 

Salary: $2,158.00 - $3,871.00/month

Deadline: 7/2/18 @ 11:59 PM Central

 

This vacancy is located in Louisiana State Police/Troop E in Rapides Parish and may be used to fill position # 18465, 18908,

50513389.

 

This position requires shift work (days, nights, weekends, and holidays).

 

The Communications Officer 2 (pay grade level WS-210) has a rate of $996.00/bi-weekly; $2,158.00/monthly.

 

Persons applying for the position may be required by the hiring agency to take a typing test or otherwise demonstrate their

typing ability.

 

For further information, please contact:

Department of Public Safety

ATTN: Human Resources/Kristin Garcia

P.O. BOX 66614

Baton Rouge, LA 70896

Fax: 225-922-0528

kristin.perron@la.gov

 

RESUMES ARE NOT ACCEPTED IN LIEU OF COMPLETING ALL SECTIONS OF THE EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION.

 

All candidates for hire must undergo drug screening and additional background check(s).

 

Qualifications:

Minimum Qualifications:

One year of experience in transmitting and receiving messages by radio.

 

Substitutions:

Experience in clerical work will substitute for the one year of required experience on a month for month basis.

Training in a business or clerical-related curriculum in a business school or technical institute will substitute for the required

experience on the basis of six months of training for six months of experience.

Completion of a business or clerical-related curriculum in a business school or technical institute will substitute for the

required one year of experience.

College training will substitute for the required experience on the basis of 15 semester hours for six months of experience.

 

Note:

Business or technical school training with less than completion will only be credited in six month increments. Similarly,

college training will only be credited in 15 semester hour increments.

 

Necessary Special Requirements:

All persons appointed to this job will be required by the National Crime Information Center (NCIC) and Louisiana State Police

Terminal Operator Certification Program Guidelines to meet the terminal operator certification/re-certification requirement.

 

An applicant who has been convicted of a felony or who is under indictment on a felony charge will be disqualified until relief

from the disabilities imposed by state and federal laws is granted.

 

Note:

Any college hours or degree must be from a school accredited by one of the following regional accrediting bodies:  the Middle

States Commission on Higher Education; the New England Association of Schools and Colleges; the Higher Learning

Commission; the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities; the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools;

and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.

 

45. Probationary Firefighter

 

Attn: Office of Human Resources

Baltimore County

308 Allegheny Avenue

Towson, MD 21204

Phone: 410-887-3135

Fax: 410-887-8306

E-mail: ohr@baltimorecountymd.gov

 

Salary: $35,545.00 - $49,814.00

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 4:30 PM Eastern Time

 

To apply for this position, you MUST meet the following requirements:

1.  Have a high school diploma, GED, or state accredited equivalent by June 29, 2018.

2.  Be at least 18 years old by June 29, 2018.

3.  Have a valid non-provisional driver's license.

4.  Have less than 4 points on driving record.

 

In order to be hired as a Probationary Firefighter, you MUST:

1. pass the written examination;

2. pass the physical ability examination;

3. pass the panel oral interview;

4. complete a comprehensive background investigation; and

5. pass a physical, medical, and psychological examination, including a drug test;

6. abstain from the use of tobacco products throughout their employment.

 

Qualifications:

To be hired as a Probationary Firefighter, you MUST:

1. pass the written examination;

2. pass the physical ability examination;

3. pass the panel oral interview;

4. complete a comprehensive background investigation; and

5. pass a physical, medical, and psychological examination, including a drug test;

6. abstain from the use of tobacco products throughout their employment.

 

Conditions of Employment:

Possession of a Firefighter II certificate and possession of a Maryland First Responder certificate are required upon

completion of Fire Academy training.

Recruits who do not obtain the required certifications will be terminated.

Employees in this classification may be assigned to work on either a rotating or fixed shift basis, which will include nights,

evenings, weekends, and/or holidays. Employees in this classification are subject to call to duty in emergencies, and may be

required to work overtime with little or no notice.

Employees must maintain required licenses and certifications throughout their employment.

Employees hired into this classification are required to abstain from the use of tobacco products throughout their employment.

 

46. Storekeeper II - Police Department

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Baltimore

201 East Baltimore Street, Suite 300

Baltimore, MD 21202

Phone: 410-396-3860

E-mail: deptofhumanresources@baltimorecity.gov

 

Salary: $32,400.00 - $38,114.00

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 11:59 PM Eastern

 

A Storekeeper II assigns and reviews the work of stores and laboring personnel. Work of this class involves leading

warehouse staff, but does not involve full supervisory duties or responsibilities. Incumbents receive moderate supervision from

a technical superior. Employees in this class work a conventional workweek. Work is performed in a warehouse where there

is exposure to cold and heat. Work requires some bending, lifting, pushing and hauling heavy stock items.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

On or before the date of filing the application, each candidate must:

Education:

Have graduated from an accredited high school or possession of a GED certificate.

 

Experience:

Have two years of experience in storing and issuing equipment and supplies.

 

Notes (Equivalencies):

Have an equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

Licenses, Registrations and Certifications:

Some positions in this class may require a valid Maryland Class C Noncommercial driver's license or equivalent out-of-state

driver's license acceptable to the Office of Risk Management.

 

47. Dispatcher (911 Telecommunicator/Emergency Operator)

 

Attn: Human Resources

Lenawee County

301 N. Main Street

Adrian, MI 49221

Phone: 517-264-4510

E-mail: bev.kampmueller@lenawee.mi.us

 

Salary: $48,000.00 - $75,561.00 

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 4:00 PM EST

 

Operates a two-way radio, receives calls for service, dispatches road patrol officers and other emergency responders;

operates a L.E.I.N. System, inputs data in Windows based computer systems, and answers all telephone traffic; performs

related work as required.

 

Desirable Education, Experience and/or Qualifications:

All of the following functions, qualifications, knowledge, skills, abilities and duties are essential.  An employee in this class,

upon appointment, should have the equivalent of the following:

Considerable knowledge of the roads and principal locations in the County.

Reasonable knowledge of modern methods and practices used in police work.

Reasonable knowledge of State and local news.

Considerable knowledge of radio communication equipment and operations.

Considerable knowledge of Windows based computers.

Strong typing skills.

Strong multi-tasking abilities

Ability to enforce rules and regulations with firmness and tact.

Ability to act quickly in emergencies.

Ability to work effectively and professionally with the public and with other employees.

Ability to see well to complete duties 5 thru 11.

Ability to hear well to complete duties 1,2,4 and 10.

High School graduation or its equivalent.

Six months to one year experience in police work or related field preferred.

Compliance with State of Michigan Office of Criminal Justice telecommunications requirements.

 

48. Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Mounds View

2401 Mounds View Boulevard

Mounds View, MN 55112

Phone: 763-717-4016

E-mail: rayla.ewald@moundsviewmn.org

 

Salary: $25.66 - $36.66/hour DOQ, plus benefits

Deadline: 7/3/18 @ Noon

 

The City of Mounds View is seeking to hire a full-time Police Officer and establish an eligibility list.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Associates Degree in Law Enforcement or related field.

US citizen.

Must have, or be qualified to obtain, a valid Minnesota driverís license.

POST Board licensed or eligible to be licensed.

 

Desired Qualifications:

Bachelors Degree in Law Enforcement or related field.

One year of experience in law enforcement, either a sworn, non-sworn, or volunteer position.

Fluent in a second language.

CPR and First Aid certification.

 

49. Probation Officer I/II

 

Attn: Human Resources

Washington County

14949 62nd Street N

Stillwater, MN 55082

Phone: 651-430-6081

Fax: 651-430-6086

E-mail: humanresources@co.washington.mn.us

 

Salary: $26.38 - $36.15/hour

Anticipated Hiring Range: $26.38 - $33.21/hour (may be hired at the Probation Officer II level depending on qualifications)

Deadline: 7/1/18 @ 11:59 PM Central

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Bachelor's Degree in criminal justice, sociology, psychology, social work or related field, or equivalent.

 

Desirable Experience:

Paid experience as a Probation Officer in a non-institutional probation setting

Skilled in culturally sensitive communication with identified minority populations

Multi-lingual abilities

Paid or unpaid experience working with correctional clients

Paid or unpaid experience working in the Washington County Community Corrections department

Trained in evidence based practices for the field of Corrections

 

The Probation Officer I works directly with offenders through the entire probationary period to create and implement offender

case plans under guidance of supervisor.

 

Employment Criteria:

Minimum Qualifications:

This entry-level position requires a Bachelor's Degree in criminal justice, sociology, psychology, social work, or related field,

or equivalent.

 

50. Detention Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

Greene County

940 N. Boonville Avenue, Room 314

Springfield, MO 65802

Phone: 417-868-4116 or 417-868-4811

 

Salary: $18.65/hour

Deadline: 6/30/18 @ 5:00 PM CST

 

The purpose of positions in this classification is to provide inmate custody, security, and control tasks, under the supervision

of the on-shift Jail Corporal, Sergeant, Lieutenant, and Captain for Greene County. Incumbents are on an entry-level,

probationary period.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Applicants interested in becoming a Detention Officer must have a high school diploma or GED, and must be at least 18

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.

 

51. Victim Services Specialist II

 

Attn: Human Resources

Ravalli County

215 S. 4th Street, Suite B

Hamilton, MT 59840

Phone: 406-375-6519

Fax: 406-375-6523

 

Salary: $13.30/hour (Training period); $14.83/hour (After successful completion of training)

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 5:00 PM

 

This position will assist the prosecution of crimes in Ravalli County by providing criminal justice support to victims of certain

crimes, with priority service to victims of intimate partner violence, sexual assault, child abuse and other underserved victim

populations. This position also will provide outreach services to victims of crime otherwise not served by other community

organizations. This position is grant funded.

 

Qualifications and Experience:

Ability to work independently to meet objectives and goals

Ability to appropriately react and adapt to dynamic circumstances

Ability to cultivate and maintain good communication with victims, often in emotionally charged, volatile situations

Ability to thrive in a busy office environment

Ability to remain organized and multi-task in a constantly evolving work environment

Ability to be courteous, positive and helpful with victims, the general public and other agenciesí staff members, interacting

in a professional, diplomatic, and tactful manner on behalf of the County Attorneyís Office

Must understand and adhere to strict confidentiality requirements

Ability to recognize existence and value of evidence helpful to the effort to hold offenders accountable encountered during

contact with victims and witnesses

Ability to work productively with law enforcement, community programs, and other government agencies

Proficient in the use of computer software for electronic communication, and maintaining database(s), calendars and

schedules

Strong English skills in report and statement writing

Education in a related field, or relevant training and experience, is encouraged

Knowledge and familiarity with local social service agencies

Possess or develop cultural awareness and sensitivity

 

52. Police Officer

 

Attn: Chief John Scippa

Stratham Police Department

76 Portsmouth Avenue

Stratham, NH 03885

Phone: 603-778-9691

Fax: 603-778-6183

E-mail: jscippa@strathampd.org

 

Salary: $48,692 - $65,437, depending on years of prior NH police service, plus excellent benefits package

Deadline: 6/30/18

 

Police Officer Job Posting

 

53. Certified Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Manchester

One City Hall Plaza

Manchester, NH 03101

Phone: 603-624-6543

Fax: 603-628-6065

E-mail: humanresources@manchesternh.gov

 

Starting Salary: $978.00 - $1,068.80/week, depending on years of experience, plus extensive benefits package

Deadline: 6/30/18

 

Certified Police Officer Job Posting

 

54. Fire Dispatcher

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Concord

41 Green Street

Concord, NH 03301

Phone: 603-225-8535

Fax: 603-230-3726

E-mail: cforrest@concordnh.gov

 

Starting Salary: $18.10/hour, with comprehensive benefits package

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 12:00 PM Eastern Time

 

Interviews will be held July 11, 2018.

 

Receives and dispatches emergency and routine calls for the City Fire Department in order to protect life and property of the

citizens of the City of Concord and Capital Area Fire Mutual Aid communities. Answers calls in a timely, professional, and

appropriate manner. Provides calm, efficient and courteous processing of requests for assistance or information received

through multiple communications media.  Analyzes reports of incidents or requests for assistance; determines and

dispatches the appropriate resources to effectively deal with the incident; handles multiple, simultaneous incidents which

may vary in nature and severity; establishes order and control of the various communication systems; confirms locations of

incidents and amends incorrect information as necessary; verifies whether request for assistance is from incident location or

is reported from a remote location.

 

Typical Qualifications:

High School Diploma or its recognized equivalent supplemented by class work in personal computers, electricity and

electronics.

OR

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

Ability to work a 24 hour rotating shift.

 

Licenses and Certifications:

Ability to obtain APCO Certified Dispatcher.

 

55. Public Safety Communications Specialist

 

Attn: Human Resources

Goffstown Police Department

326 Mast Road

Goffstown, NH 03045-2428

Phone: 603-497-4858

 

Salary: $33,280 - $39,790 dependent on qualifications and experience, plus benefits

Deadline: 7/3/18 @ Noon

 

The Goffstown, New Hampshire Police Department is actively seeking Public Safety Communications Specialist candidates

interested in a challenging career to fill current or anticipated vacancies.

 

Applicants must meet the following minimum requirements:

Minimum of 18 years of age

High School Diploma or G.E.D.

A United States Citizen

Ability to work rotating shifts (nights, weekends and holidays included)

 

56. Firefighter/EMT

 

Attn: Chief Theresa Tickle

Boiling Spring Lakes Fire Rescue

3059 George II Highway

Southport, NC 28461

Phone: 910-845-2818

Fax: 910-845-2878

E-mail: ttickle999@gmail.com

 

Salary: $28,000 - $30,000 DOQ

Deadline: 6/30/18

 

Qualifications and Education Requirements:

The following are minimum qualifications for a candidate to be considered for this position:

1. High school diploma, GED or equivalent.

2. NC Firefighter Certification (Old Firefighter I and II)

3. NC Hazardous Materials Responder (Old Awareness and Operations)

4. NC EMT-Basic Certification.

5. NC Class B Drivers license within 2 months of employment.

6. Ability to operate departmentís apparatus with minimal instruction.

 

Preferred Skills:

The following certifications or skills would be considered favorable for a candidate who is applying for this position:

1. NC Driver Operator Pumps

2. NC Driver Operator Aerials

3. NC Technical Rescuer Certifications

4. Any supervisory or command experience

 

57. Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Norman

P.O. Box 370

201-C W. Gray Street

Norman, OK 73070

Phone: 405-366-5482

Fax: 405-217-1030

 

Salary: $48,712 - $52,687

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 5:00 PM

 

The minimum qualifications for Police Officer are as follows:

Must be at least 21 and not over 45 years of age (unless prior member of the Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement

System)

High school diploma or equivalent

Two (2) years prior full time law enforcement experience (in good standing) with arrest powers.  
Law enforcement certification must be current or the applicant must have been employed as a full time peace officer for at

least three (3) months within the two (2) year period immediately preceding the request for Oklahoma certification (out of state

applicants) or submission of application for employment to this agency (Oklahoma CLEET Certified applicants). 

Part time, Military, Detention, Reserve Police Officer, Park Ranger/Park police, Capital police, Court security, Special District

police, Railroad police, and Federal Law Enforcement personnel will NOT be considered as previous related experience.

Valid driverís license (out-of-state applicants must obtain an Oklahoma Driverís license, if selected)

Able to perform the essential duties of a Police Officer

Ability to obtain CLEET certification.

 

Job Requirements:

Education and Experience:

Applicant must be 21 years of age, and not over 45 years of age (unless prior member of the Oklahoma Police Pension and

Retirement System). High school diploma or equivalent. Two (2) years prior full time law enforcement experience (in good

standing) with arrest powers. Law enforcement certification must be current or the applicant must have been employed as a

full time peace officer for at least three (3) months within the two (2) year period immediately preceding the request for

Oklahoma certification (out of state applicants) or submission of application for employment to this agency (Oklahoma CLEET

Certified applicants). Part time, Military, Detention, Reserve Police Officer, Park Ranger/Park police, Capital police, Court

security, Special District police, Railroad police, and Federal Law Enforcement personnel will NOT be considered as previous

related experience.

 

License and/or Certification:

Valid driverís license. Out-of-state applicants must obtain an Oklahoma Driverís license as required by Police Department, if

selected.

 

58. Firefighter/Medic

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Owasso

P.O. Box 180

200 S. Main Street

Owasso, OK 74055

Phone: 918-376-1500

Fax: 918-274-3415

E-mail: mswanson@cityofowasso.com

 

Starting Salary: $50,500* (FF/P); $43,700* (FF/EMT Advance enrolled in Paramedic School); $40,800* (FF/EMT Basic

enrolled in Paramedic School); *Includes EMT propay, does not include education propay

Deadline: 6/29/18 by 12 PM

 

Performs fire fighting, rescue, and emergency medical duties as required to protect the lives and property of the City

residents; maintains Longview Fire Department (LFD) equipment and facilities.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Must be State of Oklahoma Paramedic Certified; or Certified E.M.T. Basic/Advance enrolled and in good standing in a

Paramedic Program. Verification of enrollment and status will be required.

Must have High School Degree or G.E.D.

Must be at least eighteen years of age

Must pass written test, physical agility test and oral examinations.

Must pass interviews with Chief and City Manager

Must possess a valid Oklahoma Drivers License with good driving record

Must pass a criminal background investigation

Must successfully pass OK Firefighters Pension & Retirement physical and drug screening

 

Applicants currently employed with another municipal Fire Department who possess an IFSAC-Firefighter I Certification and

have previous Advance Life Support experience may be eligible for lateral entry based on the Fire Chiefís review of

qualifications and work history, maximum of 5 steps of experience based pay according to current contact.

 

59. Combat Student Intern Firefighter

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Forest Grove

1924 Council Street

P.O. Box 326

Forest Grove, OR 97116-0326

Phone: 503-992-3200

Fax: 503-992-3207

E-mail: bcamilli@forestgrove-or.gov

 

Salary: Volunteer (Interns at the Basic Level receive $500 per month reimbursement to help defray the cost of insurance and

expenses. Advanced interns receive $500 per month reimbursement, as well as a certification advancement stipend of $700

per month)

Deadline: 6/30/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

To assist with the Fire & Rescue Department's operations and activities utilizing department standards and continued training

to perform fire suppression and emergency medical assistance duties on emergency scenes and other duties as assigned.

This position requires a high level of training for firefighting activities.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Must be 18 years or older; possess a valid driver's license and a high school diploma or the equivalent; have an acceptable

criminal and driving record; and be a student enrolled in an approved Fire Science or EMS educational program by the time of

appointment.

 

The student must complete all entry-level skills check-offs as specified by the Forest Grove Fire and Rescue and Cornelius

Fire Department, regardless of the student's prior experience. The student will not participate, but only act as an observer, at

all fire/EMS incidents until skills check-offs are satisfactorily completed.

 

The student must obtain the EMT Basic, Firefighter I, Wildland Interface Fighter, and Pumper Operator certifications through

DPSST as well as HazMat awareness course completion during their internship. The Fire & Rescue Department will facilitate

these requirements.

 

Additional Information:

Selection Process:

Submit completed City employment application by posted deadline. Applicants meeting the minimum qualifications will be

invited to participate in a physical ability test (pass/fail). Applicants passing the physical ability test will be invited to take a

written test and participate in an interview process. An offer of an intern position will be contingent upon verification of an

acceptable criminal and driving record.

 

60. Combat Volunteer Firefighter

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Forest Grove

1924 Council Street

P.O. Box 326

Forest Grove, OR 97116-0326

Phone: 503-992-3200

Fax: 503-992-3207

E-mail: bcamilli@forestgrove-or.gov

 

Salary: Unpaid volunteer position

Deadline: 6/30/18 @ 5:00 PM Pacific

 

To assist Fire & Rescue Department operations and activities by utilizing department standards and continued training,

including in the performance of fire suppression and emergency medical assistance duties on emergency scenes and in the

completion of other duties as assigned. This position requires a high level of training for firefighting activities.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Must be at least 18 years of age; have a high school diploma or the equivalent; possess a valid Oregon driver's license; have

an acceptable criminal background and driving record; have the ability to obtain NFPA/DPSST Firefighter I and NFPA/DPSST

Wildland Interface Firefighter certifications; be able to serve at least 24 hours a month of ride-along time or incident response

time to Stations 4, 7, or 8 and attend a majority (over 75%) of the drills that occur most Tuesday nights from 7 p.m. - 9 p.m.

 

Additional Information:

Selection Process:

Submit completed City application by posted deadline. Applicants meeting the minimum qualifications will be invited to

participate in a physical ability test (pass/fail). Applicants passing the physical ability test will be invited to a panel interview.

An offer of a volunteer position will be contingent upon verification of an acceptable criminal and driving record.

 

61. Probation and Parole Officer I or II

 

Attn: Human Resources

Washington County

155 N. 1st Avenue

Hillsboro, OR 97124-3072

Phone: 503-846-8606

Fax: 503-846-3777

E-mail: hr@co.washington.or.us

 

Salary: $27.30 - $34.83/hour (PPO I); $31.60 - $40.36/hour (PPO II)

Deadline: 7/1/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

Washington County Community Corrections is recruiting for both Probation and Parole Officers I and II. Depending on

qualifications, appointments to these positions could be as a Probation and Parole Officer I or II.

 

Probation and Parole Officer I:

Incumbents in these positions perform probation and parole counseling with adult offenders; conduct needs assessments and

develop probation plans; monitor probation and parole compliance and maintain caseload records; and participate in search

and arrest of offenders under the guidance of a Probation and Parole Officer II or Supervisor.

Incumbents in these positions will advance through flexible staffing to the Probation and Parole Officer II after demonstrating

full-skill proficiency in all responsibilities and duties, completing the field training education program and attaining Probation

and Parole Certification through the Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST).

 

Probation and Parole Officer II:

Incumbents in these positions perform probation and parole counseling with adult offenders; conduct needs assessments and

develop probation plans; monitor probation and parole compliance and maintain caseload records under the guidance of

Probation and Parole Supervisor in the Community Corrections Department. This position may exercise supervision over case

monitors or other personnel of lower grade.

 

This recruitment is underway to create a pool of candidates eligible for several new positions and vacancies in the Probation

and Parole Division. This recruitment may also be used to fill future full or part-time Probation and Parole I and II vacancies.

 

Education and Experience:

Minimum qualifications and certification requirements are as follows:

Probation and Parole Officer I:

A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:

Bachelor's Degree in corrections, criminal justice, counseling, social work, or a related field; AND

One (1) year of experience in corrections, criminal justice, counseling, social work, or a related field.

Must meet all certification requirements as a Probation and Parole Officer by the Oregon Department of Public Safety

Standards and Training (DPSST) within 18 months of hire.

Must acquire and maintain CPR and first aid certification.

Must be able to pass a post-offer physical abilities assessment, psychological assessment, and the DPSST pre-employment

medical exam prior to appointment.

 

Probation and Parole Officer II:

A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:

Bachelor's Degree in corrections, criminal justice, counseling, social work, or a related field; AND

One (1) year of experience in corrections, criminal justice, counseling, social work, or a related field.

Must be certified as a Probation and Parole Officer by the Oregon Department on Public Safety Standards and Training

(DPSST) upon hire.

Must acquire and maintain CPR and first aid certification.

Must be able to pass a post-offer physical abilities assessment, psychological assessment, and the DPSST pre-employment

medical exam prior to appointment.

 

If you have completed education in a foreign college or university and are using this education to meet the minimum

qualifications, you must provide documentation that the foreign education is comparable to that received within the United

States' accredited college or university system or your application will not be accepted.

 

We will consider any combination of relevant work experience, education, and transferable skills as qualifying unless an item

or section is labeled required. Please be clear and specific about how your background is relevant. This information must also

be consistent with your supplemental question responses.

 

Licenses, Certificates, Physical Requirements, or Other Requirements:

Probation and Parole Officer I and II must meet the following requirements:

Citizenship: Must be a US citizen, or capable of achieving US citizenship within eighteen (18) months of hire. 

Background Investigation: Must be able to pass a thorough background investigation, and meet the standards set by the

State of Oregon Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST). 

Physical Requirements and Work Conditions: These positions require successful candidates occasionally to perform physical

effort. Incumbents will participate in search and arrest situations that require walking, running and the ability to restrain

clients. Successful candidates will be required to take and pass a physical capacity test after a conditional employment offer

and prior to employment. For more information on the physical requirements, please visit the Job Task Analysis (Download PDF reader).(Download PDF reader)

Department of Motor Vehicles Records Requirement: Driving a motorized vehicle is an essential function of these positions.

Successful applicants must possess a valid driver's license and an acceptable driving record.

 

Questions Regarding This Recruitment:

Rebecca Tabra, Talent Acquisition Business Partner

Rebecca_Tabra@co.washington.or.us

 

62. Police Officer Recruit (General)

 

Attn: Office of Human Resources

City of Philadelphia

1401 J.F.K. Boulevard, 15th Floor

Philadelphia, PA 19102-1675

Phone: 215-686-0880

E-mail: hrhelpdesk@phila.gov

 

Salary: $51,085

Deadline: 6/29/18

 

This is training level work in general duty police activities involving the protection of life and property, enforcement of laws, and

the investigation of crimes. An employee in this class receives formal training at the Police Academy and on-the-job

experience preparatory to assuming full patrol duties. Work is performed under the supervision of a police supervisor and

requires regular exposure to uncontrolled and/or unpredictable conditions. The work requires frequent exercise of moderate

physical effort.

 

Minimum Training, Education & Experience:

The following statement represents the minimum training and experience standards which will be used to admit or reject

applicants for tests. Candidates must meet requirements within 30 days after the last date for filing applications: July 29,

2018.

 

1. EDUCATION Ė Education equivalent to the completion of high school. 

AND

2. AGE REQUIREMENT Ė Must be Twenty-two (22) years of age at the time of appointment to the class.

 

Required Licenses & Certifications:

Must obtain and maintain a Pennsylvania Municipal Police Officersí Certification from the Pennsylvania Municipal Police

Officers Education and Training Commission during tenure of employment as a Police Officer Recruit.

Possession of a valid proper class motor vehicle operatorís license as issued by any state at the time of appointment to the

Police Officer Recruit class.

Possession of a valid proper class motor vehicle operatorís license as issued by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania within 60

days of establishing Pennsylvania residency and/or prior to the expiration of the residency waiver and during tenure of

employment as a Police Officer Recruit.

 

63. Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Charleston

75 Calhoun Street, Suite 3600

Charleston, SC 29401

Phone: 843-724-7388

Fax: 843-724-7358

E-mail: hr@charleston-sc.gov

 

Salary: See Below

Authorized Hiring Range: Depending on qualifications (Please contact the Police Department for information regarding the

scale at 843-720-2402)

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 5:00 PM EST

 

                                   Step 1             Step 2

High School               $38,951.23      $40,898.79

Associates Degree     $41,677.82      $43,761.71

Bachelorís Degree      $44,595.27      $46,825.03

Masterís Degree         $47,716.93      $50,102.78

Law Degree                $51,057.12      $53,609.98

 

Requires:

Must possess one of the following:

Minimum education level is that of a Bachelorís Degree, OR an Associateís Degree PLUS at least 2 years full-time Sworn

Law Enforcement or Active Duty Military Experience, OR High School Diploma/GED PLUS at least 4 years full-time Sworn

Law Enforcement or Active Duty Military Experience.

Must possess a working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Outlook, Excel or similar software. Must possess a valid South

Carolina driverís license at the time of hire. Must successfully complete SCCJA.

 

For more information on what it takes to be a successful CPD candidate please visit www.charleston-pd.org.

 

64. Police Officer - 10 Openings

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Garland

P.O. Box 469002

Garland, TX 75046-9002

Phone: 972-205-2475 (Option 0)

Fax: 972-205-2706

E-mail: Careers@garlandTX.Gov

 

Starting Salary: $59,047 (Lateral Transfer program is available to qualifying current or prior police officers. The Lateral Program

has a higher starting salary and may include an abbreviated academy)

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 5:00 PM CT

 

Licenses & Certifications:

Must possess a Texas Class "C" driverís license

Must be able to meet all minimum requirements under the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) for enrollment in

a law enforcement training program

 

Minimum Education & Work Experience:

In accordance with the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) minimum requirements:

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

At least age 18 and will have not reached the age of 45 prior to entering a beginning position in the police department

Must have either a High School Diploma or GED and either**

1. Associateís degree or completion of a minimum of 60 hours college credit from an accredited college or university, with a

minimum of a 2.0 GPA, or 

2. Minimum 2 years active United States of America military service with an Honorable discharge, or

3. Minimum 2 years of service as a full-time paid peace officer or law enforcement officer

 

** Education, prior police, or military experience requirements must be met prior to academy start date.

 

65. Animal Control Officer I - Kennel Technician

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Denton

601 E. Hickory Street, Suite A

Denton, TX 76205

Phone: 940-349-8340

Fax: 940-349-8348

E-mail: hr@cityofdenton.com

 

Salary: $14.10 - $16.43/hour

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 11:59 PM Central

 

Responsible for providing the control, health, safety, and destruction of animals.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

High School diploma or GED equivalent.

OR

Any combination of related education, experience, certifications and licenses that will result in a candidate successfully

performing the essential functions of the job.

 

Conditions of Employment:

Must have a valid Class "C" Driver's License prior to employment (must obtain Texas Class "C" driver's license within 30 days

of hire per state law)

Must pass a drug test, driver's license check, criminal history background check, social security number verification check,

and a polygraph examination

Successfully obtain Basic Animal Control Officer and Euthanasia Technician Certification within six months of employment

Must pass a physical  examination

Must be able to work 40 hours per week plus any overtime and on-call rotation. Must be able to work shifts

Good physical condition including hearing, sight, agility, and the ability to lift at least 50 lbs.

 

Preferences:

Bilingual in Spanish and English

Prior experience as an Animal Control Officer or in related field

 

66. Animal Services Specialist

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Dallas

1500 Marilla Street, 1CS

Dallas, TX 75201

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

 

Starting Salary: $41,496.00 - $60,091.20 dependent upon qualifications

Deadline: 6/30/18 @ 11:59 PM Central

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Education:

High school diploma or GED.

 

Experience:

Four (4) years of customer service experience in an animal related field and/or program coordination.

 

Equivalency(ies):

An associate's degree (or higher) in business or related field plus two (2) years of the required experience will meet the

education and experience requirements.

 

Preference(s):

Experience with drafting policies and procedures and community collaborations is preferred.

 

67. Sheriff's Deputy

 

Attn: Human Resources

Henrico County

P.O. Box 90775

Henrico, VA 23273-0775

Phone: 804-501-4628

Fax: 804-501-5287

E-mail: perinfo@henrico.us

 

Salary: $37,296.33 - $67,018.67

Deadline: 7/2/18

 

This is a sworn position.  Deputies are trained in all areas of Sheriff's Office operations and may be assigned to any unit or

shift to perform any combination of duties in any of the following areas:  jail security, court security, civil process, warrant

services, transportation, alternative sentencing, ORBIT Program or investigations; performs related work as required.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

High school diploma or equivalent and previous experience handling stressful and dangerous situations and managing them

toward positive resolutions preferred; OR, any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required

knowledge, skills and abilities.

 

Additional Information:

Upon completion of the on-line application, please refer to http://henrico.us/sheriff/becoming-a-deputy/ to access the personal

History Statement and Personal Reference Forms. Both forms MUST be submitted to the Henrico County Sheriff's Office

within ten (10) business days of submission of the on-line application to continue in the process.

 

A criminal history record check and fingerprinting is conducted on all persons conditionally offered employment, including a

conditional offer of initial employment, or a conditional offer to promote, demote, or laterally transfer an employee.

 

Multiple positions will be filled from this posting.  This position may be under-filled at a Jailer level based on the qualifications

of the successful candidate and the needs of the department at time of hire.

 

Successful completion of the Henrico County Sheriffís Office basic training academy; successful completion of all required

training for correctional officers - Criminal Justice Officers Training and Standards Commission; obtains and maintains all

certifications required by the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services Commission (VA DCJS); valid driver's license

issued by the State of Virginia; must be a citizen of the United States; requires a pre-employment physical examination

and/or medical tests administered by Henrico County Employee Health Services, the components of which are based on and

appropriate to the specific sensory and/or physical demands of the given position; serves at the will of the Sheriff (Elected

Constitutional Officer); serves as essential personnel and may be required to work when other County closures are declared

by the County Manager; must wear an issued uniform and adhere to the Sheriff's Office Personal Grooming Policy.

 

68. Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

Capital Region Airport Commission

1 Richard E. Byrd Terminal Drive, Suite C

Richmond International Airport, VA 23250-2400

Phone: 804-226-3010 or 804-226-3030

E-mail: HumanResources@flyrichmond.com

 

Starting Salary: $41,998.32 plus excellent benefits

Deadline: 7/1/18 @ 5:00 PM Eastern

 

Performs duties in law enforcement, aviation security and public safety. Duties will include the specialized security

requirements of the Department of Homeland Security, vehicle traffic management, general investigations, foot and vehicle

patrols on the airport grounds and perimeter and response to service calls for various issues. Must be able to quickly adapt to

a travel industry and customer service environment.

 

Requirements:

Must be 21 years of age or older

Must be a U. S. Citizen

Must possess a High School Diploma or GED

Must be able to lift a minimum of 50 lbs.

Must be able to work shifts, holidays and weekends

Applicants must pass an extensive background investigation, post-offer medical/psychological testing, and drug screening

Must successfully pass a physical agility test consisting of sit ups, push ups, 300 meter run, and a one and one-half mile

run. 

Two year Agreement for Amortization of Police Training Costs required for all non-certified applicants.

 

Qualifications:

Applicant must have 2 years law enforcement or professional security experience or at least 60 college credits from an

accredited college or university in a related field or 2 years active duty military experience or an equivalent combination of

education, training, and experience.

Must possess or be eligible for a VA Driverís License with no more than 6 demerit points in the previous 24 months and no

DUI convictions. 

Must maintain an active cell or residential phone for callbacks 

Must not have been convicted of or pleaded guilty or no contest to any offense that would be a felony, serious or habitual

misdemeanor if committed in Virginia.

Compliance with the departmentís Police Ė Grooming Policy/Tattoos

No evidence of continual or unexplained poor financial responsibilities.

 

Must attach resume and current certification with online application.

 

69. Sheriff's Deputy

 

Attn: Human Resources

Prince William County

4380 Ridgewood Center Drive

Woodbridge, VA 22192

Phone: 703-792-6640

Fax: 703-792-6156

E-mail: hr@pwcgov.org

 

Salary: $48,256.50 - $81,910.40

Deadline: 6/30/18 @ 11:59 PM Eastern

 

The Prince William County Sheriff's Office is seeking qualified applicants to fill full-time Deputy Sheriff positions. The Sheriff's

Office is a state accredited agency that offers great benefits, competitive salary, VRS retirement, and a 40-hour work week.

This position is subject to the following: criminal and credit history check, education and license verification check,

fingerprinting, and a polygraph examination.

 

Preferences:

Applicants who are Virginia Law Enforcement certified are strongly preferred.

 

Education and Experience:

Any combination of education, training and/or experience equivalent to graduation from high school or have passed a General

Education Requirement (GED) equivalent.

 

Special Requirements:

Must successfully complete a criminal history and background check;

Must successfully complete an approved law enforcement academy within 12 months of hire;

Must be a minimum of 21 years of age;

Must possess a valid driver's license;

Must pass a VCIN/NCIC Criminal History Check;

May be subject to a pre-employment physical exam or physical fitness test to ensure he/she meets job related physical

requirements;

May be subject to a polygraph examination.

 

70. Firefighter/EMT, Medic I, Firefighter/Medic I and II

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Fredericksburg

P.O. Box 7447

Fredericksburg, VA 22404

Phone: 540-372-1028

E-mail: jobs@fredericksburgva.gov

 

Starting Salary: $43,434 - $45,606 (FF/EMT); $43,434 - $45,606 (Medic I); $45,606 - $47,886 (FF/Medic I); $47,886 - $50,280

(FF/Medic II); plus a comprehensive, competitive benefits package

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 4:30 PM EST

 

This recruitment is aimed specifically for filling positions that will be used to create a second staffed 24-hour medic unit.

Personnel will most likely be assigned to work this medic unit.

 

Successful applicants for a Firefighter/EMT vacancy will be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED.

Successful applicant for this vacancy requires the possession of the certification from Virginia Department of Fire Programs,

Firefighter II or proboard equivalent; EMT-Basic; Current CPR Certification, Emergency Vehicle Operators Level III preferred;

Hazardous Materials Operations; current driverís license. *Must be willing to commit to an ALS class as soon as possible,

with the City providing cost of the training. Will require a 3-year commitment to City employment after being released as an

ALS provider by our Operational Medical Director.

 

Successful applicant for a Medic I vacancy will be at least 18 years of age and will have a high school diploma or GED.

Successful applicant for the vacancy requires the possession of certification as EMT-Intermediate or higher released by

Operational Medical Director; current driverís license and current certifications in CPR, Emergency Vehicle Operators II,

Advanced Cardiac Life Support and Pediatric Advanced Life Support. Firefighter II preferred, Firefighter certifications must be

obtained within 6 months of appointment. *Must be willing to take and complete Firefighter academy provided by

Fredericksburg Fire Department.

 

Successful applicant for a Firefighter/Medic I vacancy will be at least 18 years of age and will have a high school diploma or

GED. Successful applicant for the vacancy requires the possession of certification as EMT-Intermediate released by an

Operational Medical Director; current driverís license and current certifications in CPR, Advanced Cardiac Life Support and

Pediatric Advanced Life Support. Possession of Certification from Virginia Department of Fire Programs, Firefighter II or

proboard equivalent; Emergency Vehicle Operator Level III preferred; Hazardous Materials Operations.

 

Successful applicant for a Firefighter/Medic II vacancy will be at least 18 years of age and will have a high school diploma or

GED. Successful applicant for the vacancy requires the possession of certification as EMT-Paramedic released by an

Operational Medical Director; current driverís license and current certifications in CPR, Advanced Cardiac Life Support and

Pediatric Advanced Life Support. Possession of Certification from Virginia Department of Fire Programs, Firefighter II or

proboard equivalent; Emergency Vehicle Operator Level III preferred; Hazardous Materials Operations.

 

For more information regarding similarities and differences in these positions, please contact the City of Fredericksburg Fire

Department Administrative offices at 540-372-1059.  This advertisement is to determine a pool of qualified persons to fill

anticipated future vacancies. Criminal background and driving record checks required. Physical agility test, polygraph, and

psychological exam are also required.

 

In order to meet testing requirements, completed City Applications http://fredericksburgva.gov/index.aspx?NID=216, resumes,

and required certifications must be submitted before the close of business on June 29, 2018.  A physical abilities test and

written examination will be conducted on July 14, 2018, with an alternate date of July 21, 2018.If qualified, you will be

receiving notification of time and location.

 

71. Firefighter

 

Attn: Human Resources

Capital Region Airport Commission

1 Richard E. Byrd Terminal Drive, Suite C

Richmond International Airport, VA 23250-2400

Phone: 804-226-3010 or 804-226-3030

E-mail: HumanResources@flyrichmond.com

 

Starting Salary: $41,070.64

Deadline: 7/1/18 @ 5:00 PM Eastern

 

Under the direction of the Aircraft Rescue and Fire Fighting Supervisory Staff, operates crash and fire equipment and performs

related work as required. The purpose of this job is to perform specialized duty work functions in preparing for and responding

to fire/medical emergency calls and in providing general support within the Fire Department. Duties and responsibilities

include maintaining readiness for emergency call response; responding to fire, medical, and related emergency calls when

dispatched and taking proper action; educating staff and public on fire safety/prevention; and performing other tasks related to

Airport and Fire Department activities.

 

Education & Experience:

High school graduate or equivalent AND minimum 2 years experience as a career, volunteer, or military firefighter, preferably

with an organized military or civilian fire department. 

Must possess the following certifications: NPFA 1001 Firefighter Level 2 or equivalent, NFPA 472 Hazardous Materials First

Responder Operations Level, EMT-B or higher. NFPA 1003 Airport Firefighter or equivalent certification desired.

 

Special Requirements:

Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Virginia Motor Vehicle Operator's License.

Must have a functioning cellular telephone or telephone in residence.

May be required to respond to emergency call backs.

 

Must attach required Certification with on-line Application.

 

72. Pretrial Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

Prince George County

P.O. Box 68

6602 Courts Drive, Administration Building

Prince George, VA 23875

Phone: 804-722-8669

Fax: 804-732-1967

E-mail: hr@princegeorgecountyva.gov

 

Starting Salary: $45,570.00

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 5:00 PM Eastern

 

Riverside Community Corrections is seeking qualified applicants for a grant-funded Pretrial Officer to be responsible for

supervising defendants on bond through coordination of community resources; preparing and maintaining files and records;

preparing reports.  Typical tasks will include but not limited to: providing supervision to defendants, as determined by risk

level, by making required contacts and utilizing electronic monitoring equipment, when applicable; conducting urinalysis to

monitor defendant drug use; monitoring any other conditions of and documents compliance with all other aspects of the

defendants' contracts.

 

Qualification Requirements:

Successful candidate will possess general knowledge of social service programs and other community resources; general

knowledge of the Department of Criminal Justice Services, Code of Virginia Laws and Ordinances, District and Circuit Courts,

and County policies and procedures; general knowledge of factors related to crime and delinquency; ability to communicate

ideas effectively both orally and in writing; ability to make decisions and interpretations in accordance with established rules,

policies, and procedures; ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with clients, associates and the

general public.

Candidate must have any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from an accredited college or

university with major coursework in criminal justice, sociology, psychology or related field and some experience in the

criminal justice system. Previous criminal justice experience and experience testifying in court strongly preferred.

 

Special Requirements:

Possession of a valid Virginia Driver's license required. Possession of, or ability to obtain, VCIN certification required. Must be

able to successfully complete required job related testing. Pre-employment drug testing and criminal background check, to

include fingerprinting, required.

 

73. Communications Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

Prince George County

P.O. Box 68

6602 Courts Drive, Administration Building

Prince George, VA 23875

Phone: 804-722-8669

Fax: 804-732-1967

E-mail: hr@princegeorgecountyva.gov

 

Starting Salary: $34,048

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 5:00 PM Eastern

 

The Prince George County Police Department is currently seeking qualified individuals for the position of full-time

Communications Officer. Responsibilities include transmission and reception of radio messages, recording and

communicating telephone messages, dispatching emergency and non-emergency vehicles for police, fire and ambulance

services.

 

Qualification Requirements:

Minimum Basic Qualifications:

be at least 18 years of age

be a high school graduate or possess a G.E.D.

have a favorable credit rating

have no convictions of felonies or serious misdemeanors

be able to hear, analyze and react swiftly to high stress situations dealing with citizens

be able to work rotating shifts including weekends and holidays

be able to compete successfully through several stages of job related testing to include a typing test

be able to pass a thorough background investigation

be able to sit for long periods of time

 

Special Requirements:

Previous dispatch and call taker experience and some college, preferred.

Possession of, or ability to obtain, VCIN certification required.

Pre-employment drug testing and criminal background check, to include fingerprinting, required

 

74. Police Support Technician I (Criminal Records)

 

Attn: Human Resources

Henrico County

P.O. Box 90775

Henrico, VA 23273-0775

Phone: 804-501-4628

Fax: 804-501-5287

E-mail: perinfo@henrico.us

 

Salary: $29,502 - $54,270

Deadline: 7/2/18

 

Performs a wide variety of responsible duties in support of the Division's police officers and unit operations in the Criminal

Records Unit; does related duties as assigned.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Graduation from high school or GED and two (2) years of experience relevant to assigned unit; OR any equivalent combination

of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

 

Additional Information:

May require valid driver's license to perform assigned duties or work at various assigned locations Countywide.

 

May require a polygraph examination depending on specific assigned duties within the Police Division.

 

A criminal history record check and fingerprinting is conducted on all persons conditionally offered employment, including a

conditional offer of initial employment, or a conditional offer to promote, demote, or laterally transfer an employee.

 

75. Police Support Technician II (Community Services)

 

Attn: Human Resources

Henrico County

P.O. Box 90775

Henrico, VA 23273-0775

Phone: 804-501-4628

Fax: 804-501-5287

E-mail: perinfo@henrico.us

 

Salary: $30,918 - $56,875

Deadline: 7/2/18

 

Performs a wide variety of responsible duties in support of the Division's police officers and operations in Community Services;

may work in the offices and/or field locations Countywide; performs related duties as assigned.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Graduation from high school or GED and three (3) years of experience relevant to assigned unit; OR, any equivalent

combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skills, and abilities.

 

Additional Information:

May require valid driver's license to perform assigned duties or work at various assigned locations Countywide.

 

May require a polygraph examination depending on specific assigned duties within the Police Division.

 

A criminal history record check and fingerprinting is conducted on all persons conditionally offered employment, including a

conditional offer of initial employment, or a conditional offer to promote, demote, or laterally transfer an employee.

 

76. Police Officer (Entry-Level)

 

Attn: Human Resources

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: 6/30/18 @ 4:00 PM Pacific

 

The Seattle Police Department is seeking individuals committed to understanding and protecting the ethical, cultural and

ethnic values of the City of Seattle and its residents as Police Officers. As first responders, Police Officers are vital to public

safety and under regular supervision, perform basic police services in accordance with the mission, goals and objectives of

the City of Seattle Police Department and in compliance with governing federal, state, and local laws. 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 14, 2018.

 

Seattle Public Safety Civil Service Commission rules limit applicants to testing once every six months. Individuals who took

the entry level Police exam on April 14, 2018 are not eligible to take the July 14, 2018 exam. Individuals who took the April

14, 2018 exam are welcome to test again on October 20, 2018.

 

77. Firefighter

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Tacoma

747 Market Street

Tacoma, WA 98402-3764

Phone: 253-591-5400

Fax: 253-591-5793

 

Salary: $25.25 - $34.78/hour, plus generous employee benefits

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 5:00 PM Pacific

 

Tacoma Fire Department (TFD) is currently seeking candidates interested in serving our community as firefighters and

emergency medical technicians (EMT).

 

Qualifications:

Graduation from high school or equivalent and a minimum of 18 years of age.

 

Licenses, Certificates and Other Requirements:

Valid Washington State Driver's License is required at time of appointment with maintenance thereafter. Certification as an

Emergency Medical Technician is required by completion of Firefighter Recruit Academy EMT Training with maintenance

thereafter.

 

Firefighter candidates are evaluated by the minimum medical standards (NFPA 1582) adopted by the Association of

Washington Cities and the Washington State Association of Fire Chiefs. These standards include being a non-smoker,

which is defined as having quit use of any tobacco product two or more years ago and having normal lung function.

 

78. Police Sergeant

 

Attn: Human Resources

University of Wisconsin-River Falls

410 S. 3rd Street

River Falls, WI 54022

Phone: 715-425-3518

E-mail: hr@uwrf.edu

 

Starting Salary: $29.80/hour

Deadline: 6/29/18

 

Posting Number: USH00144

 

Special Instructions to Applicants:

Applicants are required to apply online. UWRF will not consider paper, emailed or faxed applications.

 

Applicants must provide a resume and a cover letter addressing how your education and experience relate to the

responsibilities and knowledge, skills, and abilities as outlined in the job posting.

 

Certification, or eligibility for certification upon date of hire, as a law enforcement officer by the Wisconsin Law Enforcement

Standards Board (LESB), and possession of, or eligibility to obtain, a valid Wisconsin driverís license is required upon hire.

Successful completion of a criminal background check, medical examination, drug test, psychological evaluation, and an

essential job function assessment will be required prior to appointment.

 

A 12-month probationary period is required.

 

Inquiries should be addressed to Karl Fleury, Recruitment & Selection Panel Lead, at karl.fleury@uwrf.edu.

 

UW-River Falls does not offer H-1B or other work authorization visa sponsorship for this position. Candidates must be legally

authorized to work in the United States at the time of hire and maintain work authorization throughout the employment term.

If you have questions regarding this, please contact Human Resources at 715-425-3221.

 

Position Summary:

The Police Sergeant position is a certified law enforcement officer in the State of Wisconsin.

The primary responsibility of the Police Sergeant is to supervise subordinate police and parking personnel. Due to the size of

the Department, the Sergeant must, in addition to supervising duties, frequently perform the same tasks as subordinates.

During non-business hours the Sergeant is often the highest-ranking Police official on campus and is expected to make most

decisions without consulting a higher authority. Also, due to the decision-making nature of the job, the Sergeant must be

prepared to give immediate assistance to the public by making decisions for the University that may be only vaguely related

to law enforcement. The Police Sergeant will perform administrative duties: direct patrol/investigative operations of all sworn

police officers and supervise all sworn police officers and; perform training officer duties; perform police and security activities

The Police Sergeant is under the general supervision of the Chief of Police.

 

Responsibilities:

A. Direction of Patrol/Investigative Operations of all sworn police officers, civilian employees and parking students. 30%

1. Develop and implement policies and procedures relating to police operations and investigations at the direction of the Chief.

2. Analyze all reports to determine an appropriate course of action and assure proper procedures are being followed.
a. Initiate filing of criminal complaints with the District Attorneyís office for appropriate disposition of case on approval of the

Chief.
b. Initiate referrals of cases to Director of Student Conduct and Community Standards, Housing, etc. for appropriate

disposition of cases.
c. Consult with police and other public safety personnel to direct the course of investigations and offer guidance in solving

complex police investigations to maintain the safety and security of the campus community.
3. Coordinate criminal and other investigations and department programs among all personnel.
4. Analyze equipment and supply needs of police operations and makes recommendations to Chief of police for procurement

of necessary equipment and supplies to meet department needs and statutory requirements.
5. Determine staffing levels on all shifts of operation of police, and schedule them to meet staff levels necessary to meet

efficient operational needs.
6. Assist with parking operations and programs. Review, analyze and coordinate operations to be more efficient and effective

in the delivery of services.

B. Performance of Law Enforcement, and Investigative Functions 30%
1. Detect violations of State laws and WI Administrative Code, which occur on university property.
2. Take appropriate action including warning, referring, citing, or arresting suspects (criminal, traffic, ordinance or university

rules).
3. Conduct investigations of alleged or suspected criminal activity to determine the facts, to arrest or to deter occurrences of

criminal activity.
4. Interview complainants, witnesses, suspects and others who may have knowledge of the incident or violation in order to

obtain facts and information.
5. Record and document incidents by preparing written reports concerning those incidents.
6. Collect and preserve physical evidence at a crime scene to be used later for prosecution of arrested individual(s) and to

maintain the chain of evidence.
7. Make lawful arrests or detentions of suspects by taking them into physical custody and independently determining whether

perpetrators should be incarcerated or released pending court appearance.
8. Provide law enforcement service to a diverse community.
9. Provide testimony for cases designated by the District Attorneyís office or university administration.
10. Enforce parking regulations by taking appropriate actions (warn, cite and/or tow).
11. Patrol all areas of campus by foot, bike, or motor vehicle to provide safety, security and protection to those areas.
12. Provide assistance to other law enforcement agencies as necessary.
13. Respond to all emergencies and coordinate the campus response to emergencies.
14. Conduct sensitive crime investigations.
15. Conduct crisis evaluations during investigations.

C. Supervision of police, and other personnel 20%
1. Evaluate job performance of police and to facilitate and improve productivity and job satisfaction.
a. Prepare formal evaluations, sign as first-line supervisor and discuss evaluations with employees to assess areas of concern

and propose counseling programs.
b. Periodically and informally evaluate employees to correct problems and provide guidance.
2. Counsel employees on an ongoing basis relative to daily work performance to provide guidance and direction.
3. Recommend formal commendations and discipline to Chief of police to facilitate compliance with work rules, policy and

procedures.
4. Determine when verbal and written reprimands are necessary and issue the appropriate reprimands to ensure compliance

with work rules, policies and procedures.
5. Participate in new employee interviews to effectively recommend hiring to Chief of police. Determine work assignments of

police officers to manage patrol and investigative functions.
6. Maintain time records of all police personnel to assure accurate compensation.
7. Performance of Training Officer Duties for Police.
a. Plan and direct department training program for police and to ensure awareness, understanding and compliance with

department policies, and procedures, and state regulations.
b. Direct necessary schedule changes to facilitate training needs.
c. Instruct personnel on new and revised laws, policies, methods of enforcement and procedures by scheduling training

programs and/or providing detailed written instruction.
d. Analyze training deficiencies to determine the needs of police personnel and make necessary arrangements to meet those

needs by procuring and developing training programs (e.g. First Aid, CPR, Hazardous Materials, Firearms, Defensive Tactics,

Emergency and other vehicle operation).

D. Performance of Administrative Duties. 10 %
1. Direct, supervise and assume full responsibility for all areas in police and parking operations in the absence of the Chief, to

meet the departmentís mission and goals.
2. Assist Chief in developing operational policies and procedures to facilitate the achievement of the department mission,

goals and special needs of the university community and meet State and Federal mandated requirements.
3. Advise Chief on law enforcement problems and training needs of the university community; analyze criminal/security

information and statistical data; assist Chief in developing and coordinating specific programs to solve those problems.
4. Determine staffing levels on all shifts of police and parking operations. Plan for department involvement in special events.
5. Propose budgetary recommendations to Chief.
6. Resolve citizen complaints and conflicts with police, and other personnel and rules or policies in the absence of or at the

direction of the Chief to facilitate department mission, goals, and objectives.
7. Initiate/coordinate police and parking I customer surveys. Analyze the results and make recommendations.
8. Maintain professional level of expertise in law enforcement field by consulting with legal counsel such as the Attorney

General, District Attorney, UW-System Legal Counsel offices, professional publications, attendance at training programs

and advise the Chief of pertinent information.
9. Ensure that information regarding actual and potential problems is communicated to the Chief, and to appropriate university

personnel.
10. Assist Chief in coordinating, developing, revising the campus emergency plan. Make evaluations and recommendations

to the Chief.
11. Serve on campus/community committees at the request of the Chief to provide police input and coordinate police

intervention in specific activities.
12. Establish and maintain effective professional working relationships with university administration, faculty, staff and

students to enhance the police, safety function. Establish and maintain effective professional working relationships with

law enforcement agencies (city, county, state and federal), with District Attorneyís ∑office and members of the criminal

justice system to enhance coordination of law enforcement functions.

E. Performance of various other services to the university community 7%
1. Develop and give presentations to various groups as assigned (crime prevention, CPR, OWl, training talks, personal

safety, sexual assaults).
2. Provide crowd control and traffic direction.
3. Identify and make necessary reports of security, safety and repair problems.
4. Secure University buildings and classrooms at assigned times. 
5. Provide directions, information to faculty, staff, students, and the general public, as individual situations require (door

openings, medical assistance).

F. Performance of technical aspects of law enforcement 3%
1. Maintain proficiency in CPR, firearms, first aid, defensive tactics, physical fitness, and emergency vehicle operation.

a. Meet department standards in required training.
2. Participate in and successfully complete all training required and as assigned (i.e. defensive and arrest tactics,

weapons, EVOC, use of force, first aid, CPR, physical fitness and all job related skills). This list is not all-inclusive.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Considerable knowledge of supervisory and management principles and techniques.
Considerable knowledge of the principles, methods and techniques of training and motivation.
Considerable knowledge of objective techniques for evaluating employee work performance.
Considerable knowledge of departmental policies and procedures and work rules.
Extensive skill in both oral and written communications.
Extensive knowledge of statutory provisions relating to the making of arrests and the handling of prisoners.
Extensive knowledge of the geographic area, building locations and building layouts within the university. 
Extensive knowledge of state and local laws and university regulations pertaining to enforcement activities.
Extensive knowledge of modern crime prevention and detention techniques.
Extensive knowledge of investigative methods and techniques.
Considerable knowledge of first aid principle and techniques.
Considerable knowledge of crowd control tactics.
Skill in assessing situations and incident s and in choosing the most appropriate course of action.
Skill in handling a firearm.
Skill in driving a motor vehicle.
Ability to obtain and maintain a valid driverís license which would permit Wisconsin certification to drive University vehicles.
Ability to legally carry a weapon, and be capable of performing all essential functions of this position.
Ability to successfully complete a medical examination, drug test, psychological evaluation, and an essential job function

assessment.
Certification, or eligibility for certification upon date of hire, as a law enforcement officer by the Wisconsin Law Enforcement

Standards Board (LESB).
Minimum of four years of law enforcement experience required.

 

79. Police Officer

 

Attn: Chief Thomas Frank

Cedarburg Police Department

W75N444 Wauwatosa Road

Cedarburg, WI 53012

Phone: 262-375-7620

Fax: 262-375-7624

E-mail: cpd@ci.cedarburg.wi.us

 

Salary: $28.93 - $38.09/hour (Dependent on qualifications); Wisconsin retirement fund; Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick

leave; Dental; Paid holidays - 11; Clothing allowance; Longevity pay; Deferred compensation; Education incentive pay;

Vacation; Yearly physical fitness incentive

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 11:59 PM

 

Fill Vacancy and 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; 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.

 

80. Corrections Officer (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Director Amy Spriggle

Trempealeau County Human Resources Department

36245 Main Street

PO Box 67

Whitehall, WI 54773

Phone: 715-538-2311 Ext. 213

Fax: 715-538-4776

E-mail: personnel@tremplocounty.com

 

Salary: $15.10 - $17.61/hour

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

 

Fill Vacancy

 

Qualifications:

U.S. citizen; Driver license; High school diploma; Good verbal and written communication skills; React quickly and effectively

to stressful situations; Able to work evenings, weekends, and holidays; Ability to keyboard/type words per minute; Knowledge

and skills in operating computer systems; Clear and concise speech; Ability to handle several tasks simultaneously; Ability

to perform essential functions of this position; Must successfully complete Transaction Information for Management of

Enforcement (TIME) certification, Wisconsin Jailer certification training (160 hours), CPR/AED certifications, Field Training

Program.

 

81. Water Patrol (Part-Time, Seasonal)

 

Attn: Pete Mulock, Police Chief

Town of Troy Police

N8870 Briggs Street

East Troy, WI 53120

Phone: 262-581-7010

E-mail: waterpatrol@townoftroy.com

 

Salary: $19.75/hour

Deadline: 7/1/18 @ 12:00 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; 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.

 

82. Police Officer (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Chief David A. Hooker

Clinton Police Department

301 Cross Street

Clinton, WI 53525

Phone: 608-676-5304

E-mail: dhooker@clintonwi.us

 

Salary: Dependent on qualifications; Clothing allowance; Extra pay for working holidays

Deadline: 6/30/18

 

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;

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 a Wisconsin Police Academy and be certifiable-Must have Experience-Must live with in 40 miles of

Clinton.

 

83. Crime and Intelligence Manager

 

Attn: Department of Employee Relations

City of Milwaukee

200 E. Wells Street, Room 706

Milwaukee, WI 53202

Phone: 414-286-3751

E-mail: staffinginfo@milwaukee.gov

 

Salary: $62,338 - $87,270 (Residents); $60,809 - $85,129 (Non-Residents); plus a comprehensive benefit program;

(Appointment above the minimum is possible based upon level of experience and other qualifications and is subject to

approval)

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 11:59 PM

 

Recruitment #1803-4988-001

 

Under direction of the Policy and Planning Director, the Crime and Intelligence Manager supervises a staff of strategic and

tactical analysts who perform short and long term analysis of crime trends, crime patterns, and crime series, as well as

collect and interpret data and statistics using quantitative and qualitative methods. In the performance of this role, the Crime

and Intelligence Manager has a direct impact on Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) geographic commands and

investigations as well as outside agencies at the local, state, and federal levels.

 

Essential Functions:

Apply analytical techniques to identify and analyze raw information to substantiate criminal patterns and trends and perform

predictive analysis.

Use computerized analytic tools to create charts, maps, timelines, and link diagrams to illustrate analytical findings, including

target relationships, time sequence of events, and criminal hierarchies.

Conduct tactical, strategic, and intelligence-led policing assessment of major crime.

Manage, develop, and train a team of crime analysts.

Correlate, integrate, and evaluate information from investigative activities to generate investigative leads and prepare reports to

document investigative activities and summarize findings.

Lead and assist with special projects and investigative efforts of the Milwaukee Police Department.

Prepare reports, presentations, and maps that aid in efficient deployment of resources to prevent or control crime. Review and

analyze existing reports, data, and statistics to identify patterns and trends and to prepare reports and maps in a timely

manner so that criminal activity can be predicted, monitored, or suppressed.

Participate in investigative efforts by meeting with law enforcement officers to identify intelligence requirements needed to

support investigations and to report analytical findings.

Conduct research, write reports, and deliver presentations to assist with the development of agency strategy. Educate law

enforcement personnel on criminal findings, including data, trends, and forecasts.

Develop curriculum and provide training to MPD members in intelligence-led policing strategies.

Provide training to other federal, state, and local law enforcement strategic and intelligence personnel.

Research and review new automated analytical tools in support of law enforcement strategic analysis, investigative, and

intelligence activities.

Work in partnership with associated federal, state, and local agencies, analysts, and investigators to facilitate information

sharing in accordance with the National Criminal Intelligence Sharing Plan (NCISP).

 

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelorís degree in criminal justice, information management systems, computer science, or a closely related field from an

accredited college or university.

Four years of experience performing strategic and criminal intelligence analysis, including three years of experience with

relational database development, management, and data mining.

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

Equivalent combinations of education and experience may also be considered.

 

Desirable Qualifications:

A masterís degree in a related field from an accredited college or university.

Experience working in a law enforcement environment.

Experience teaching and/or presenting in the field of strategic, tactical, and criminal intelligence.

Wisconsin Department of Justice Law Enforcement Standards Board (LESB) instructor certification.

Certification as a Structured Query Language (SQL) Database Administrator (DBA).

 

Knowledges, Skills, Abilities & Other Characteristics:

Knowledge of the integration of criminal and law enforcement data with socio-demographic and geographic data to understand

why, where, and when criminal activity is taking place in relation to the community.

Ability to conduct strategic analysis to link it with intelligence-led policing.

Knowledge of intelligence techniques, operations, and analytical procedures to effectively conduct analysis of criminal

investigations and other large-scale intelligence projects involving interrelated subject areas.

Ability to read and understand documents such as laws, policies, and technical publications.

Knowledge of mathematics and statistics to be able to understand and produce complex statistical reports.

Knowledge of and skill in using sophisticated computer applications such as Structured Query Language (SQL) to conduct

research and analyze data.

Data compilation and written communication skills to be able to produce charts, maps, and narrative reports to communicate

findings in a concise and well-organized manner.

Oral communication and presentation skills to be able to clearly present findings to command level officers and other local,

state and federal law enforcement officials.

Knowledge of crime reports, statistics, and data series and a commitment to keeping apprised of innovative technologies and

latest methodologies related to crime analysis.

Knowledge of management principles and practices and the ability to effectively supervise and train staff.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with sworn and civilian staff, counterparts in the intelligence

and law enforcement communities, representatives of City departments, elected officials, consultants, and the public.

Organizational skills and the ability to work effectively under pressure while handling multiple tasks.

Honesty and the ability to maintain the confidentiality and integrity of information and investigations coordinated, developed,

and/or assisted by the MPD.

A commitment to professional development and willingness to attend training and conferences.

 

84. Police Records Manager

 

Attn: Department of Employee Relations

City of Milwaukee

200 E. Wells Street, Room 706

Milwaukee, WI 53202

Phone: 414-286-3751

E-mail: staffinginfo@milwaukee.gov

 

Salary: $54,865 - $76,806 (Residents); $53,519 - $74,922 (Non-Residents); plus a comprehensive benefit program;

(Appointment above the minimum is possible based upon level of experience and other qualifications and is subject to

approval)

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 11:59 PM

 

Recruitment #1805-2332PD-001

 

Under the direction of the Executive Officer of the Administration Bureau, the Police Records Manager is directly responsible

for the overall efficient and effective operations of the Milwaukee Police Department (MPD) Records Management Section,

including managing staff and ensuring that rules, policies, and guidelines are followed according to the National

Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) regulations.

 

Essential Functions:

Participate in the development and implementation of goals, objectives, policies, procedures, processes, operational manuals,

and systems; monitor work activities to ensure compliance with established policies and procedures; and make

recommendations for changes and improvements.

Ensure that quality and timeliness report processing standards are met and appropriate services are provided.

Ensure the accuracy of crime coding and statistics, and perform auditing activities to ensure compliance with state, federal,

and NIBRS rules and regulations related to law enforcement records management.

Serve as the MPD liaison with the Federal Bureau of Investigation (FBI).

Establish staffing levels and methods for providing records management services, identify resource needs, review needs with

management staff, and allocate resources accordingly.

Plan, prioritize, assign, supervise, review, and participate in the work of staff responsible for the daily operations and activities

of law enforcement records management; participate in staff selection, coaching, and disciplining.

Oversee staff training, including for the Records Management System (RMS) and NIBRS.

Participate in the preparation and administration of the records management program budget, submit budget

recommendations, and monitor expenditures.

Oversee the preparation of analytical and statistical reports on operations and activities.

Monitor legal and procedural developments related to law enforcement records.

Stay apprised of trends and innovations in records management, including participating in professional associations.

 

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelorís degree in management, public administration, information technology, or a closely related field from an accredited

college or university.

Three years of progressively responsible experience performing records management in a public agency or large organization

carrying out duties related to this position, including overseeing digital and physical records retention and ensuring

compliance with local, state, and federal laws.

The three years of experience described under #2, above, must include one year of supervisory or lead worker responsibility.

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

 

Equivalent combinations of education and experience may also be considered; however, there is no substitution for the ďone

year of supervisory or lead worker responsibility.Ē.

 

Desirable Qualifications:

Law enforcement records management experience.

National Incident-Based Reporting System (NIBRS) Certification.

Certified Records Manager (CRM) or Certified Public Manager (CPM).

Knowledge of the operations, services, and activities of public sector and law enforcement records management, including

records management systems (RMSs), Uniform Crime Reports (UCR), and NIBRS.

Knowledge of the principles and practices of the criminal justice system as well as court procedures and requirements

concerning criminal case filings.

 

Knowledges, Skills, Abilities & Other Characteristics:

Knowledge of the principles and practices of data storage, retrieval, processing, retention, and disposition.

Skill in organizing and operating a law enforcement records management system (RMS).

Knowledge of and ability to apply federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations related to police record management,

especially laws related to privacy and personally identifiable information.

Knowledge of statistics to be able to analyze and prepare statistical reports.

Knowledge of budget planning sufficient to administer the records management program budget.

Computer skills, including ability to use law enforcement records management and other enterprise systems as well as

database, spreadsheet, and word processing applications.

Ability to read, understand, and apply applicable codes and regulations to records management systems and operations.

Written communication skills, including the ability to prepare reports, policies, and correspondence.

Oral communication skills in order to clearly explain policies and procedures.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with direct reports, sworn staff, City managers, elected

officials, and vendors.

Ability to work cooperatively, effectively, and fairly with coworkers and citizens whose backgrounds may differ from oneís own.

Knowledge of the principles of supervision, training, and performance evaluation.

Ability to direct the day-to-day operations of the work unit, including assigning work, evaluating performance, selecting staff,

and developing employees.

Analytical, problem-solving, and decision-making skills as well as sound judgment.

Ability to work productively and accurately under pressure.

Ability to plan, organize, and manage multiple tasks as well as adjust to changing priorities; project management skills.

Honesty, integrity, and the ability to provide stewardship and oversight of sensitive and confidential records and information.

 

85. Telecommunicator (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Director Amy Spriggle

Trempealeau County Human Resources Department

36245 Main Street

PO Box 67

Whitehall, WI 54773

Phone: 715-538-2311 Ext. 213

Fax: 715-538-4776

E-mail: personnel@tremplocounty.com

 

Salary: $14.36 - $16.75/hour

Deadline: 6/29/18 @ 4:30 PM

 

Fill Vacancy

 

Qualifications:

High school diploma; Good verbal and written communication skills; React quickly and effectively to stressful situations; Able

to work evenings, weekends, and holidays; Ability to keyboard/type words per minute; Knowledge and skills in operating

computer systems; Clear and concise speech; Ability to handle several tasks simultaneously; Ability to perform essential

functions of this position; Ability to successfully complete Transaction Information for Management of Enforcement (TIME)

certification, emergency medical dispatch training, and CPR certification.

 

86. Police Officer

 

City of Casper

200 N. David Street

Casper, WY 82601

Phone: 307-235-8490

E-mail: pdcareerservices@casperwy.gov

Website: https://casperpolice.org/career-services

 

Salary: $50,003.20 - $63,847.85

Population: 55,000

Sworn Officers: 99

Application Deadline: 8/5/18

 

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