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8/30/18

JOB UPDATES

 

 

1.  Court Services Specialist I

 

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: $17.26 - $23.30/hour, plus a comprehensive benefits package

Deadline: 8/30/18 @ 4:00 PM

 

Job ID: 900931

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Education:

Requires the equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade supplemented by additional training in word processing, filing and

record keeping, or a degree related to the core functions of this position.

The term “equivalent” 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 two years of full-time general clerical experience, including some public service contact, preferably in a court or law

office, or one year of responsible clerical or customer service experience in a court.

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.

 

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.

 

2.  Police Communications Manager

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Flagstaff

211 W. Aspen Avenue

Flagstaff, AZ 86001

Phone: 928-213-2090 or 800-463-1389

E-mail: human.resources@flagstaffaz.gov

 

Salary: $66,110.10 - $70,076.71 DOE, plus benefit eligible 

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 4:00 PM

 

Administrative Duties:

Supervisory:  This job has full responsibility for supervision of the Communications section (hires, directs, schedules, transfers,

promotes, rewards, disciplines, and terminates other employees.) Completes annual rating on subordinates and reviews

annual ratings of employees that are submitted by supervisors.  Approves time off requests from supervisors and reviews time

sheets.

Budgetary: This job has full responsibility for budgeting at the program level including preparing budgets and overseeing

expenditures for the communications section.

Strategic Planning:  This job has full responsibility strategic planning at the program level including overseeing everyday

operations and making recommendations on the 5-Year Strategic Plan for the communications section.

Policies/Procedures:  This job has full responsibility for policies and procedures at the program level including updating and

ensuring they are included in the department's policy manual and that supervisors communicate policies and procedures to

their subordinates.

Compliance: This job has full responsibility for ensuring compliance with Federal, State, and Local laws, rules, and

regulations as well as City policies and procedures at the program level.

Council Communications:  This job has full responsibility for Council communication including writing staff summaries for

Intergovernmental agreements with multiple agencies and capital expenditures for the communications section.

 

Examples of the Work Performed (Illustrative Only):

Provides excellent customer service to both internal and external customers.

Manages day-to-day operation of the police emergency communications section for police, fire, ambulance services and

dispatch staff including participating as part of police department management team in decisions affecting the department.

Researches and implements new technology and procedures, establishes goals and objectives and performance indicators,

and improves the professionalism, efficiency, and intra-department communication as it relates to the communications

function.

Documents, investigates, and works to resolve complaints/inquiries.

Serves as Communications liaison including representing the Flagstaff Police Department and attending meetings.

Manages the 911 system, contracts and coordinates with state and local 911 agencies.

Coordinates and manages the maintenance of hardware and software associated with the police information system,

including mini- and microcomputers and associated peripheral equipment and operating systems.  Negotiates and plans for

appropriate maintenance and outsourced technical support.

Trains support staff in the use of newly purchased equipment and software.

Analyzes management needs for information retrieved, data quality control, and expanded use of existing computing

equipment and software.

Advises department managers on the application of the automated information systems, with the goal of facilitating the

achievement of departmental objectives.

Coordinates and maintains a procedural manual on computer systems for training purposes.

Negotiates contracts and intergovernmental agreements as needed with other agencies and organizations.  Works closely

with legal and financial staff through negotiation process.

Consults with police administrative and field staff to anticipate future needs for data and complies with requests for available

data from administrative and field staff.  Informs the Support Services Deputy Chief and the police chief of major problems or

equipment failure.

Maintains, or coordinates the maintenance of the telephone and radio equipment and related support systems.  Negotiates

and plans for appropriate maintenance and outsourced technical support.

Provides necessary information to the Supports Services Deputy Chief for design and implementation of new system

applications.

Performs related duties as required.

 

Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (Illustrative Only):

Language Skills:  Ability to read, analyze, and interpret general business periodicals, professional journals, technical

procedures, or governmental regulations.  Ability to write reports, business correspondence, and procedure manuals.

Ability to effectively present information and respond to questions from groups of managers, clients, customers, and the

general public.

Mathematical Skills:  Ability to calculate figures and amounts such as discounts, interest, commissions, proportions,

percentages, area, circumference, and volume.  Ability to apply concepts of basic algebra and geometry.

Reasoning Ability:  Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts, and draw valid conclusions. Ability to interpret

an extensive variety of technical instructions in mathematical or diagram form and deal with several abstract and concrete

variables.

Considerable knowledge and experience with public safety communications and operations.

Knowledge of automated information systems as they relate to public safety.

Considerable knowledge of the rules and regulations of a modern automated police department.

Demonstrated administrative abilities, including budgeting, planning, research, and reporting, especially as they relate to

police administration.

Demonstrated ability to coordinate policy and procedures and form effective relationship with agencies served by the

communications center.

Demonstrated supervisory abilities, including complicated shift scheduling, employee relations, employee evaluations, and

employee retention and productivity.

Ability to manage, supervise, and coordinate, on a day-to-day basis, the diverse operations making up support services.

Ability to coordinate and communicate support services with the patrol and investigative functions of the police department.

Ability to conduct research, attend seminars and conferences, and review literature so as to remain current in modern police

technology and procedures.

Ability to write reports, generate statistics, and give oral presentations as necessitated by the management and supervision

of the section.

Ability to represent communications issues to command staff, public officials, other agencies, and the media.

Demonstrated ability to deal firmly but tactfully with the general public, to establish and maintain effective working

relationships with other employees, and to fulfill the customer service goals and objectives of the department.

Ability to learn complicated police computer, radio, and telephone systems and applications, and to familiarize oneself with

all applicable laws and regulations relating to police information.

Ability to assist in analyzing departmental needs and the appropriate automated software, and telephone and radio equipment.

Ability to develop, coordinate, and present instructional programs related to computer systems, and radio and telephone

equipment.

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all city departments, personnel, and vendors.

 

Minimum Requirements:

Bachelor’s Degree in Police/Public Administration or a related field.

Five years of experience in public safety administration.

Three years of supervisory experience.

Three years’ experience with CAD software, data communications, and police and fire radio and console equipment.

Or any combination of education, experience, and training equivalent to the above Minimum Requirements.

 

Other Requirements:

Must recognize and accept the expectation of ethical and law abiding behavior in both professional and personal life, as an

example to the public you serve.

Must pass police background investigation, MMPI psychological profile analysis, polygraph exam, and drug screening.

All emergency service employees shall maintain their principal residence within a prescribed area.  The prescribed area shall

be defined as a 12-mile radius from City Hall or 35 miles eastbound, westbound, and southbound from the I-17 and I-40

exchanges with a five mile wide corridor (2 ½ miles on each side).

Must be willing and able to work all off-duty hours as necessitated by the job.

Must possess, or obtain upon employment, a valid Arizona driver’s license.

Regular attendance is an essential function of this job to ensure continuity.

 

3.  Police Forensic Scientist II (Controlled Substance)

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Scottsdale

9191 E. San Salvador Drive

Scottsdale, AZ 85258

Phone: 480-312-2491

Fax: 480-312-7960

E-mail: hr@scottsdaleaz.gov

 

Salary: $59,259.20 - $86,174.40

Deadline: 8/30/18 @ 11:59 PM Arizona

 

Performs professional level work involved in the examination, identification and evaluation of physical evidence in the

investigation of crimes.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Education and Experience:

A Bachelor's degree in Chemistry, or related physical or natural science from an accredited educational institution, with a

minimum of 20 semester hours in chemistry related coursework.

Must have four years of experience as a forensics examiner in a recognized crime laboratory.

Must have a working expertise in at least two forensic disciplines or working expertise in one forensic discipline and

completion of one of the following:  publication in recognized scientific journal; presentation at recognized scientific meeting;

certification by recognized forensic organization; or participation in validation or method development.

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

year-for-year basis.

 

Unofficial transcripts / training certificate(s) must be submitted along with the application.

 

Licensing, Certifications and Other Requirements:

Must possess and maintain a valid, unrestricted Arizona driver's license with no major citations within the past 39 months

prior to the start date.

 

4.  Police Recruit (Bilingual and Non-Bilingual)

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Santa Ana

20 Civic Center Plaza, M-24

Santa Ana, CA 92701

Phone: 714-647-5340, 714-647-6500 (Job Line)

 

Salary: $64,584.00 - $78,504.00

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

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

Upon successful completion of this training, they are sworn in as Police Officers at a salary of $6,768 - $8,229 per month

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

 

Minimum Qualifications:

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

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

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

 

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

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

 

Note:

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

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

 

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

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Santa Ana

20 Civic Center Plaza, M-24

Santa Ana, CA 92701

Phone: 714-647-5340, 714-647-6500 (Job Line)

 

Salary: $81,216.00 - $98,748.00

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

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

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

 

Minimum Qualifications:

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

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

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

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

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

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

application without this attachment)

OR

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

by October 5, 2018 is required for further consideration. Please make sure you attach official proof of academy enrollment

that indicates expected date of completion to your online application.

 

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

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

 

Note:

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

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

 

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

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Santa Ana

20 Civic Center Plaza, M-24

Santa Ana, CA 92701

Phone: 714-647-5340, 714-647-6500 (Job Line)

 

Salary: $89,556.00 - $98,748.00

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

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

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

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

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

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

 

Minimum Qualifications:

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

of the requirements are listed below.

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

Transfer position).

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

one-half (2½) years as a sworn law enforcement officer in the state of California, preferably a municipality.

 

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

 

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

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

 

Note:

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

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

 

7.  Park Ranger

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Santa Ana

20 Civic Center Plaza, M-24

Santa Ana, CA 92701

Phone: 714-647-5340, 714-647-6500 (Job Line)

 

Salary: $56,616.00 - $75,864.00

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

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

Cambodian, or Samoan are highly desirable.

 

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

City-owned facilities and areas while carrying a firearm.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

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

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

Knowledge of:

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

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

 

Ability to:

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

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

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

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

receiving and transmitting equipment.

 

Skill in:

identifying behavior potentially dangerous to others or destructive to property.

 

Additionally, all candidates must:

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

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

peace officer.

 

Special Requirements:

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

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

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

 

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

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

satisfactorily and safely perform assigned duties.

 

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

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

 

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

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Santa Ana

20 Civic Center Plaza, M-24

Santa Ana, CA 92701

Phone: 714-647-5340, 714-647-6500 (Job Line)

 

Salary: $29.16/hour

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

Opportunities are now open for part-time Police Reserve Officers. Reserves can work up to 20 hours per week, but MUST work a minimum of 16 hours per month. A monthly reserve meeting (3 hours) is mandatory and counts toward the

16 hours.

 

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

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

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

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

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

 

Minimum Qualifications:

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

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

 

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

CONSIDERED: MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS (Download PDF reader).

 

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

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

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

certificate or higher*.

 

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

 

Bilingual fluency is not required.

 

Note:

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

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

 

9. Correctional Services (Bilingual and Non-Bilingual) - (Part-Time)

Attn: Human Resources

City of Santa Ana

20 Civic Center Plaza, M-24

Santa Ana, CA 92701

Phone: 714-647-5340, 714-647-6500 (Job Line)

 

Salary: $20.10 - $24.32/hour

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

This is a part-time position. The incumbent(s) will work up to 20 hours per week. Work schedule is to be determined and

open for discussion.

 

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

inmates in a direct supervision jail facility.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

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

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

at the time of application.

 

Note:

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

driver's license as a condition of employment.

 

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

Attendance dates are to be determined.

 

10. Firefighter II

 

Attn: Human Resources

East Bay Regional Park District

2950 Peralta Oaks Court

P.O. Box 5381

Oakland, CA 94605-0381

Phone: 510-544-2154

 

Salary: $5,605.60 - $6,259.07/month

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 5:00 PM Pacific

 

Looking for a rewarding career as a wildland Firefighter? Consider a career in fire service with the East Bay Regional Park

District's Fire Department, specializing in wildland firefighting and hands-on fuels reduction.

 

Vacancy Situation:

The Park District currently has four (4) vacancies located at East Bay Regional Park District Fire Station #1 in Orinda, CA.

The hiring pools established as a result of this recruitment will be used to fill the current vacancies and additional vacancies

that may occur during the one year life of the hiring pools.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Age:

At least 18 years of age at time of appointment; and

 

Education:

Equivalent to completion of the twelfth grade; and

 

Experience:

Must meet one of the following standards:

Standard I:

Two years of full-time firefighting experience.

 

Substitution:

For Standard I only, college education in Fire Science may be substituted for  up to one year of the experience requirement

on the basis of 60 semester or 90 quarter units of college credit equals one year of firefighting experience.

OR

Standard II:

One year of wildland firefighting experience.

OR

Standard III:

1,040 hours worked as an East Bay Regional Park District On-Call Firefighter.

 

Conditions of Employment:

A valid California State Class C driver's license is a condition of initial and continued employment in this position.

Upon hire, a Firefighter F Endorsement must be obtained as a condition of completion of the probationary period.

Must possess and maintain a Hazardous Materials First Responder Operational Certificate, California State Fire Marshal

Firefighter I Certificate, a CPR/Automatic External Defibrillator (AED) Certificate for the Professional Rescuer, and an

Emergency Medical Technician (EMT) Certificate.

Must be able to use a respirator in accordance with CAL OSHA respirator regulations.

Must be physically able to pass the Fire Department's Physical Performance Test annually.

Must be willing to travel outside the District for mutual aid and training assignments.

Required to work in a prescribed uniform and wear personal protective equipment as necessary.

 

11. Staff Assistant I (8-18) - Police Department (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Human Resources Division

City of Whittier

13230 Penn Street

Whittier, CA 90602

Phone: 562-567-9810

E-mail: cntrllr@cityofwhittier.org

 

Salary: $12.04 - $21.44/hour

Deadline: 9/2/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

Under supervision, this position assists in the City's Police Department performing assignments such as:

Community Services Officer 
Parking Enforcement 


This is a part-time, civilian position not to exceed 28 hours of work per week.

 

Typical Qualifications:

Education and/or Experience:

Any combination of education and experience that has provided the knowledge, skills, and abilities necessary for satisfactory

job performance. Example job combinations include graduation from high school or equivalent and the ability to communicate

clearly and concisely both orally and in writing read, interpret and apply related regulations, policies and procedures; prepare

and file records; maintain effective working relationships and use MS Office software.

 

License/Certificate:

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

 

12. Technical Trainee (8-18) - Police Department (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Human Resources Division

City of Whittier

13230 Penn Street

Whittier, CA 90602

Phone: 562-567-9810

E-mail: cntrllr@cityofwhittier.org

 

Salary: $11.00 - $16.00/hour

Deadline: 9/2/18 @ 11:59 PM Pacific

 

Under supervision, this position assists in the City's Police Department performing assignments such as Police Cadet. 


This is a part-time position not to exceed 28 hours of work per week.

 

Qualifications (The following are minimal qualifications necessary for entry into the classification.):

Education and/or Experience:

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

Trainee. A typical way of obtaining the required qualifications is to possess the equivalent of graduation from high school and

the ability to communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing; read, interpret and apply related regulations,

policies and procedures; use MS Office software.

 

License/Certificate:

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

 

13. Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Fort Lupton

130 S. McKinley Avenue

Fort Lupton, CO 80621

Phone: 303-857-6694

Fax: 303-857-0351

E-mail: hr@fortlupton.org

 

Salary: $49,920.00 - $57,408.00 DOE, plus benefits 

Deadline: 9/3/18 @ 11:59 PM Mountain

 

The City of Fort Lupton is seeking qualified applicants for a Police Officer. Applicants must be Colorado P.O.S.T. certified or

currently attending a P.O.S.T. approved academy to apply.

 

Qualifications and Requirements:

Working knowledge of modern law enforcement principles, procedures, techniques and equipment, applicable laws and

ordinances.

Ability to recognize and analyze a variety of police concerns and make recommendations.

Knowledge of and ability to enforce the Constitutional rights, Colorado Revised Statutes, Fort Lupton Municipal Code, and

Model Traffic Code.

Knowledge of pursuit driving skills and arrest control procedures.

Ability to qualify quarterly for firearms proficiency.

Working knowledge of computers with the ability to write correspondence that conforms to a prescribed style and format.

Ability to develop and maintain effective working relationships with employees, supervisors, various agencies and general

public.

Working knowledge of computers and the ability to learn and utilize software applications for word processing, spreadsheets,

databases and other current technology.

Knowledge and ability to enforce law enforcement principles, practices and techniques of patrol, investigation, surveillance,

court procedures, community relations, weapon use, traffic control, report preparation, and custody of persons and property.

Ability to research, develop and lead formal and informal presentations and discussions with diverse groups.

Knowledge of safety hazards, blood borne pathogen regulations and universal safety precautions sufficient to be able to

protect oneself and others from possible infection and maintain a safe working environment.

Knowledge of the methods of basic first aid sufficient to be able to render assistance until medical personnel arrive.

Skill in conducting searches of persons and facilities for contraband.

Skill in reacting calmly and effectively in emergency or stressful situations.

Knowledge of criminal justice system.

Skill in the safe and lawful operation of assigned police vehicles.

Knowledge of and ability to apply appropriate self-defense techniques.

Ability to apply police science skills and techniques to assigned duties in patrol, traffic or investigation activities.

Ability to testify in court.

Ability to prepare accurate and concise reports and records that may be used as evidence in courts of law.

Ability to learn photography and forensic skills if assigned to investigate.

Knowledge of the boundaries, streets, neighborhoods, and business areas of the City of Fort Lupton.

Skill in the proper use of standard law enforcement equipment including weaponry, communications equipment, surveillance

equipment, safety equipment, and laser and radar guns.

Mathematical skills related to essential job functions.

Ability to respond effectively to common inquires or complaints from customers, regulatory agencies or members of the

business community. Ability to effectively present information to management, department personnel and citizens.

Knowledge of law enforcement safety policies and procedures and the ability to maintain a strong safety culture with the

department.

Ability to maintain moral integrity and physical fitness standards required by the department.

High School Diploma or G.E.D.

Colorado P.O.S.T. (Peace Officer Standards and Testing) certification

Colorado Driver's License

First Aid and CPR certification

CCIC/CBI (Colorado Bureau of Investigations) certification, or ability to obtain

Must be at least 21 years of age

Reside within sixty minutes commuting distance of the Police Station.

 

14. Paramedic/Firefighter

Attn: Human Resources

Frederick-Firestone Fire Protection District

P.O. Box 129

Frederick, CO 80530

Phone: 303-833-2742

Fax: 303-833-3736

E-mail: jvenerable@fffd.us

 

Salary: $64,888 - $79,888 plus benefits

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 4:30 PM MST

 

Paramedic/Firefighter Opening

 

15. Firefighter 1

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Sterling

421 N. 4th Street

PO Box 400

Sterling, CO 80751-0400

Phone: 970-522-9700

 

Salary: $1,501.93 Biweekly, plus full benefits

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 5:00 PM Mountain

 

Provide and perform fire suppression, emergency medical response and fire prevention services to the community (including

fire district contract, and mutual aid agreements) through proactive and reactive service delivery.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Education:

High School G.E.D.

 

Experience:

None, experience in operating heavy trucks or in the fire service is preferred.

 

Training/Certifications:

Certification as EMT Basic and Colorado State Fire Fighter I, or ability to obtain certification and training within one (1) year

of hire.

 

Special Requirements:

Possession of a valid Colorado driver's License or ability to obtain same within 30 days of employment;

 

Must maintain licensing and certification, once attained, continuously throughout employment.

Minimum 21 years of age at time of hire.

 

16. Protective Services Trainee (Police)

 

Attn: Department of Human Resources

University of Connecticut

9 Walters Avenue

(Depot Campus - Unit 5075)

Storrs, CT 06269-5075

Phone: 860-486-3034

Fax: 860-486-0378

E-mail: hr@uconn.edu

 

Salary: $5,364.66 - $6,520.80/month

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 11:59 PM

 

Job ID: 2019034

 

Location: Storrs Campus

 

Minimum Qualifications:

In order to be considered for employment as a police officer with the UConn Police Department, applicants must have:

Current valid CPCA exam score.

Current valid CHIP card at the time of application or ability to pass department issued physical ability assessment.

Click HERE for information on obtaining your CHIP Card. 

No Class A or Class B misdemeanor convictions or any act of perjury or false statement

No felony convictions

Excellent written communication skills

Excellent interpersonal communication skills

Experience in and awareness of the sensitivity required when interacting with and addressing the needs of a diverse

community.

Available to work at the Storrs Campus.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

A degree in any field of study from an accredited college/university

Volunteer work in the community

United States Military Service

 

17. Fingerprint Examiner

 

Attn: Human Resources

District of Columbia

1015 Half Street, SE

Washington, DC 20003

Phone: 202-442-9700

Fax: 202-727-0154

E-mail: dchr@dc.gov

 

Salary: $43,518.00 - $57,126.00

Deadline: 8/30/18

 

Qualifications:

Comprehensive knowledge of and experience in recording, searching, retrieving, analyzing and comparing fingerprints using

both automated tools as well as manual methodology to make a conclusion.

Through knowledge of fingerprint identification principles, techniques, procedures and methods.

Thorough knowledge of ARCH Loop and Whorl Patterns.

Knowledge of the Henry System of Classification.

Demonstrated knowledge of the Washington Area Law Enforcement Systems (WALES), National Crime Information Center

(NCIC), Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) and the Interstate Identification Index (III).

Skill in identifying and classifying distorted, faint, reproduced and/or mutilated non-latent prints.

Knowledge in operating the Automated Fingerprint Identification System.

Knowledge in communicating effectively both orally and in writing.

 

Education:

College degree preferred.

 

Working Experience:

Applicant must have at least one (1) year of specialized experience equivalent to CS-06 grade level in the District of Columbia

government service, or equivalent public or private sector. Specialized experience is experience which is in or directly related

to the line of work of the position and has equipped the applicant with the particular knowledge, skills, and abilities to

successfully perform the duties of the position.

 

18. 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

 

19. Police Cadet

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Clermont

685 W. Montrose Street

Clermont, FL 34711

Phone: 352-241-7380

Fax: 352-394-2394

E-mail: sdauderis@clermontfl.org

 

Salary: $14.00/hour

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 5:00 PM Eastern Time

 

Selected applicant will receive a full sponsorship for all costs associated with attending a 770-hour Basic Law Enforcement

Academy to include tuition, books, and fees not covered by the GI Bill (if applicable); plus, employment as a CPD Cadet,

40 hours per week, while enrolled in the Academy. Upon acquisition of a Florida Department of Law Enforcement (FDLE)

law enforcement officer certification, the selected applicant will be appointed to Police Officer and will receive pay (Salary: is

$18.86 per hour or $41,190.00/Year) and benefits commensurate with that classification.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Must be 21 years of age for Law Enforcement before graduation from the academy.

A United States citizen.

High School Diploma or an acceptable equivalency diploma/GED.

No felony convictions or misdemeanor convictions involving perjury or false statement.

Not have a dishonorable discharge from any of the Armed Forces of the United States.

Must have a valid Florida Driver's License.

Have a good moral character as determined by a background investigation under procedures established by the Florida

Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission.

Must be able to take and pass a physical exam, physical abilities test and drug screen.

Must successfully complete the CPD hiring / background process, including a polygraph examination and psychological

examination

 

20. Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Lakeland

500 N. Lake Parker Avenue

Lakeland, FL 33801

Phone: 863-834-8790

E-mail: hrcontact@lakelandgov.net

 

Salary: $19.92 - $31.08/hour

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 4:00 PM Eastern Time

 

Qualifications:

Must be at least 21 years of age.

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

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

university.

 

Special Requirements:

Must possess a valid state of Florida driver's license or have the ability to obtain one.

Must maintain a valid telephone number.

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

Applicants must also possess a current state of Florida police officer certification or meet Commission Comparable

Compliance prior to employment. The requirements are enumerated in F.S. 943.13

Applications may be accepted if the applicant has been accepted into or currently attending a Commission approved Basic

Law Enforcement Academy or has met the requirements for the Equivalency of Training Program.

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

exam, physical agility test, drug screening examination, physical exam, psychological testing, credit checks, etc., prior to

being offered employment as a Lakeland Police Officer.

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

Position may be designated as Mission Critical by Department Director.

 

Notice:

All education and/or experience requirement must be fully met. Consideration for exception will only be given to recruits who

display exemplary law enforcement experience or other circumstances. Exceptions made to any qualification requirements

must be discussed and approved by the Chief of Police and the Civil Service Director or designee.

 

21. Firefighter/Paramedic or Firefighter/EMT - Fire Operations

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Melbourne

900 E. Strawbridge Avenue

Melbourne, FL 32901

Phone: 321-608-7800

E-mail: Human.Resources@mlbfl.org

 

Salary: $38,054 - $39,981 (FF/EMT); $38,627 - $40,583 (FF/P); *Solo Paramedic Pay of $4,000/AN starts upon clearance

and increases in $500 intervals to a maximum of $6,500/AN

Deadline: 9/2/18

 

High school diploma or GED required.  State of Florida certification as a Paramedic or Emergency Medical Technician and

completion of Fire Minimum Standards as required by the State of Florida.  Must possess and maintain a valid State of

Florida driver’s license. Applicants who possess a valid out of state driver’s license must obtain the Florida driver’s license

within 10 days of employment. Copies of Florida Firefighter II certification and current Florida Paramedic and ACLS

certification or current Florida EMT and CPR certification must be uploaded with application.  Hiring process includes a

written exam (min. score of 70 to pass), physical abilities evaluation (pass/fail), medical scenario (pass/fail) and an interview.

Position requires pre-employment agreement which includes remaining tobacco free during employment and may require

obtaining Solo Paramedic status.  This posting is to establish an eligibility list for 2019, but will begin earlier if the 2018 list is

exhausted.

 

22. Emergency Management, Accreditation and Safety Manager

 

Attn: Human Resources

Tallahassee Community College

444 Appleyard Drive

Tallahassee, FL 32304

Phone: 850-201-8510

Fax: 850-201-8489

E-mail: hr@tcc.fl.edu

 

Hiring Salary: $45,359.00 - $48,987.72 

Deadline: 9/4/18

 

Position No.: P02492

 

Major Function:

The Emergency Management, Accreditation and Safety Manager is housed within the Campus Police Department and will

report to the Campus Police Chief. The Emergency Management, Accreditation and Safety Manager is responsible for the

College’s Emergency Management functions in accordance with the requirements of the National Incident Management

System (NIMS), the National Response Framework (NRF), Chapter 252, F.S., direction from the Florida Department of

Education and the Florida Division of Emergency Management, and guidance provided by Leon, Gadsden, and Wakulla

County Emergency Management officials. Primary duties will include, but are not limited to:

Develops, reviews, revises, updates, maintains, exercises, and submits the College’s Comprehensive Emergency

Management Plan (CEMP) and Emergency Response Plan, as appropriate. Provides training to College employees based on

the procedures and actions outlined in the CEMP and Emergency Response Plan.  Prepares informational packets for

outside agencies that may be called to respond to emergencies on TCC campuses.  Ensures compliance with the National

Incident Management System (NIMS) and the National Response Framework (NRF).  Develops, coordinates, compiles,

submits, and serves as custodian of College Continuity of Operations Plans (COOP).  Implements training strategies that

prepare the College for any and all hazards and/or threats.  Remains current on and disseminates information, as appropriate,

on domestic security and intelligence matters.  Identifies and implements solutions for domestic security issues. 

Responsible for regularly exercising/testing and maintaining all facets of the TCC Alert Notification Systems. Subscribes to

distribution lists and routinely monitors reports and advisories issued by the National Weather Service, the Florida Division of

Emergency Management, and local emergency management authorities in Leon, Gadsden, and Wakulla Counties.  Creates,

customizes, develops, forwards, and/or issues relevant safety notices to campus leaders and college community members,

as appropriate.

Maintains full, up-to-date awareness of all CFA program functions and ensures department’s compliance therewith as required

by CFA for continued re-accreditation. Reviews, revises, updates, develops, maintains, and distributes CFA proofs of

compliance and files, as required. Reviews, revises, updates, develops, maintains, and distributes TCCPD procedures and

general orders, as appropriate.  Coordinates, schedules, and ensures completion of any and all necessary ad hoc, mock, and

on-site visits or assessments as required for successful re-accreditation.

Engages with representatives of federal, state, and local intelligence agencies to maintain awareness and effective information

sharing for prevention purposes and risk mitigation. Conducts regular reviews of relevant professional, media, and other

informational sources and compiles and disseminates updates, as appropriate, to program and/or campus leaders for

consideration.  Schedules, coordinates, and facilitates meetings to discuss intelligence matters with internal and external

entities, as appropriate. 

Delivers, supervises, and/or ensures provision and/or dissemination of informational communications and training sessions for

the college community on topics such as safety, campus security, emergency preparedness, domestic security, Incident

Command System, COOP, Building Captain program development, first aid techniques and equipment, and automated

external defibrillator usage. Provides and/or ensures provision of training classes based on request and/or on specific needs

that are discovered.  Implements and/or ensures implementation of training solutions via the staff portal, distance learning,

and train-the-trainer where possible.  Ensures that training strategies are implemented across the college for any

emergencies.  Distributes, labels, trains and/or ensures distribution, labeling, and training of TCC employees on the use of

the Evacu-Tracs, ensures continuous updating of training for use of the Evacu-Tracs, and ensures maintenance of training

files for College personnel trained with these machines.  Ensures recruitment, training, coordination, and maintenance of an

up-to-date list of Building Captains and management of the College’s Building Captain Program.  Ensures accurate mapping

and routine inspection, documentation of inspection, documentation of work orders, and correction of functional deficiencies

for all interior, exterior, and classroom emergency phones on all TCC campuses. Ensures accurate mapping, routine

inspection, and supply maintenance for all automated external defibrillators (AEDs) purchased and maintained by TCCPD and

ensures establishment of minimum specifications for AEDs that may be purchased by other departments or programs.

Ensures preparation and posting of primary and secondary evacuation routes from each area of each building; preparation and

posting of room occupancy capacities as required; and ensures provision of updated lists throughout the campus of the

employees who are trained in first aid and CPR and who can be Initial Responders in cases of medical emergencies, to

include phone numbers of the Initial Responders. 

Ensures proper oversight and maintenance of the College’s Storm Ready status/designation.

Other duties as assigned by the Chief

 

Minimum Training/Experience:

A bachelor’s degree in an appropriate area of specialization and three years of related experience.  Post graduate course

work in a related area may substitute for the required experience at an equivalent rate of 30 semester hours from an

accredited college or university. Certification in Emergency Management functions, certification in Hazardous Materials

Management and Safety functions, experience working in Higher Education, experience managing professional emergency

services accreditation/reaccreditation efforts, and/or Risk Management/Loss Prevention experience is preferred.

 

Successful Applicants Will Demonstrate The Following:

Knowledgeable in the Principles of Emergency Management, National Incident Management System (NIMS), Continuity of

Operations Planning (COOP), and Issues related to current Domestic Security matters. State of Florida State Requirements

for Educational Facilities (SREF). State of Florida Right-To-Know-Law, Chapter 442 and requirements for the storage,

removal, packing, transportation, and disposal of hazardous materials and waste. OSHA requirements as they relate to

institutions of higher education and how to conduct safety, health, sanitation, and fire safety inspections. Safety prevention

measures and how to conduct or setup safety and first aid/CPR training sessions.  Risk Management and Accident

investigation procedures. Writing safety related manuals and chairing committees. Applicable safety and codes, ordinances,

and laws. Skilled in project management, time management, multi-tasking and prioritizing tasks. Ability to respond to

incidents after hours and work extended hours on site, possibly under difficult and trying circumstances. Maintain 24-hour

availability via a wireless device capable of voice and data communications. To serve as “critical personnel” subject to being

called back to the office or a College location at all times. Work evening and weekend hours to manage department

operations during extracurricular activities, incident activations, special events, town hall meetings and other functions as

required by College activity.  Work the College Emergency Operations Center during activations requiring extended work

hours. Be embedded as an agency representative in an external agency Emergency Operations Center. Assignments are at

the discretion of department. Relate well with the public and College employees. Communicate effectively in writing and orally

and follow written and oral instructions. Work independently and make independent judgments.  Handle all position duties,

responsibilities, and tasks.  Stand for long periods of time, have the dexterity to walk, bend, stoop, and climb stairs.  Perform

duties outdoors in all types of weather.  Operate a motor vehicle in a safe manner and sit for long periods of time.

 

23. Police Officer - 2 Openings

 

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: $17.46/hour, depends on experience

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 5:00 PM

 

The City of Richmond Hill has two openings for sworn Police Officers.

 

If you feel you meet our requirements and are POST certified, we encourage you to investigate the possibility of a career with

our agency.

 

24. Firefighter

 

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: $17.46/hour, depends on experience

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 5:00 PM

 

The City of Richmond Hill is now accepting applications for the position of Firefighter.

 

Firefighter Job Description

 

25. Fire Administrative Specialist Sr.

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Boise

625 W Idaho Street

PO Box 500

Boise, ID 83701

Phone: 208-972-8090

Fax: 208-384-3868

E-mail: HR@cityofboise.org

 

Hiring Range: $13.82 - $16.13/hour

Full Range: $13.82 - $20.73/hour

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 5:00 PM Mountain

 

Delivers daily customer service to support division staff and needs. Performs advanced clerical and administrative duties for

division staff. Anticipates needs and proactively provides solutions and information. Cultivates, fosters, and maintains positive

working relationships to further goals and objectives. Work requires initiative and follow-through under general supervision.

 

Requirements:

Required Knowledge, Experience and Training:

Requires education and/or experience to attain the following:

Three years of progressively responsible experience supporting senior level management with administrative and operational

support duties, and a high school diploma or GED.

Functional knowledge of general business office practices and procedures; standard office equipment; intermediate skill in

Microsoft Office applications.

Ability to understand and comply with rules, regulations, and policies; demonstrate application of knowledge of future needs;

identify and communicate potential process improvements; demonstrate accuracy, attention to detail, and organizational

skills; maintains confidentiality with sensitive information and documents; display an attitude of cooperation and work

harmoniously with all levels of City employees, the general public and other organizations; communicate effectively in the

English language at a level necessary for efficient job performance; complete assignments in a timely fashion; understand

and comply with all rules, policies and regulations; maintain prompt and regular attendance; perform all essential and

marginal functions as assigned by an authorized employee, supervisor and/or manager with or without a reasonable

accommodation.

Individuals must be capable of operating vehicles safely and have an acceptable driving record.

 

Preferred Knowledge, Experience and Training::

One year of experience providing clerical and administrative support to senior-level management in a public safety

environment.

Advanced knowledge of Microsoft Office applications.

 

Licensing and Other Requirements:

Valid Idaho driver's license.

 

Special Requirements:

All applicants must be able to successfully pass City of Boise background check processes which include reference checks

and criminal history checks.

Applicants must be able to pass, or have:

Driving Record Check.

 

26. Patrolman

 

Merrillville Police Department

7820 Broadway

Merrillville, IN 46410

Phone: 219-769-3531

Fax: 219-769-3846

E-mail: dbarron@merrillville.in.gov

Website: www.merrillville.in.gov

 

Starting Salary: $54,000 - $56,000

Population: 40,000

Sworn Officers: 57

Application Deadline: 8/31/18

 

Featured Department: http://www.theblueline.com/feature/INmerrillville1.html

 

27. Lateral Entry Firefighter/Paramedic

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Covington

20 West Pike Street

Covington, KY 41011

Phone: 859-292-2162

Fax: 859-292-2108

E-mail: shoeter@covingtonky.gov

 

Salary: See Below

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 4:00 PM EST

 

“Lateral Entry” recruits will be paid according to the following current pay scale based on consecutive years of career firefighting, as defined by the state of transfer:

Experience                 Entry Level

3-5 Years                     Grade 2

5-7 Years                     Grade 3

More than 7 Years        Grade 4

 

APPLICATIONS BEING ACCEPTED FOR LATERAL ENTRY FIREFIGHTER/PARAMEDICS

 

The City of Covington is excepting applications for lateral entry into our progressive yet traditional Career Fire Department.

The City of Covington Fire Department provides Fire/Rescue and Emergency Medical Services to a population of 40,640,

cover 13.7 miles of mixed residential and commercial property and make 12,500 runs annually.  The City has 2 major

interstates that cross through the city I-75 that run north and south and I-275 that run east and west. The city is bordered by

the Ohio River to the North and the Licking River to the East. Electronic applications can be found on the City of Covington

website under the employment tab.

 

Qualified candidates must:

The candidate must have at least two (2) years of experience as a full-time firefighter-paramedic.

The candidate must be licensed as an Emergency Medical Technician - Paramedic with the Kentucky Board of Emergency

Medical Services (KBEMS) or provide evidence of certification with the National Registry of Emergency Medical Technicians

as a EMT-P.

The candidate shall provide evidence that he/she is certified as a professional firefighter under the guidelines set forth by the

Kentucky Fire Commission or equivalent.

The candidate must submit to and pass an investigation  of character, which may include  investigation into criminal

background, educational background, past employment history, personal background, credit standing,  and  any other

relative  information  discovered  during the course of investigation  which might relate to the applicant's qualifications.

The candidate must complete a pre-employment physical examination consistent with National Fire Protection Association

(NFPA) Standard 1582 which may include drug screen.

The candidate will complete an educational examination and one or more oral interview(s).

The candidate must take and pass the standardized Candidate Physical Ability Test ( CPAT) prior to hire date.

The candidate must  take and  pass a psychological  suitability screener  examination,  and, if necessary, any additional

psychological examination performed by a licensed psychologist.

 

28. Fire Assistant

 

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: $25.00/hour; Maximum of 20 hours/week (days, nights and weekends)

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 4:30 PM Eastern Time

 

Under close supervision facilitates, coordinates, and conducts academy status fire, rescue, and emergency medical services

training programs, as well as administrative duties in support of fire and/or EMS training program services.

 

Qualifications:

Possession of a high school diploma or appropriate equivalent
PLUS 
be a retired sworn police or fire department employee.

 

Character Requirements:  
All applicants must be of good moral character and emotionally stable, as determined by a comprehensive background

investigation, polygraph examination, and drug test.

 

Citizenship Requirements:
All applicants must be citizens of the United States at the time of application.

 

Licenses and Certifications:
Possession of a valid driver's license equivalent to a non-commercial, class C Maryland driver's license is required at the time

of application.

 

EXAMINATION PROCEDURE:
Applicants will be qualified based on an evaluation of their training and experience, as stated on their application, which

includes answers to the supplemental questions.  Applicants must state the dates and duties of past and present experience

clearly and completely for evaluation purposes.

 

29. Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

Town of Concord

22 Monument Square

P.O. Box 535

Concord, MA 01742

Phone: 978-318-3025

Fax: 978-318-3024

E-mail: hr@concordma.gov

 

Salary: $22.87 - $30.00/hour

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 12:00 PM

 

The Town of Concord is accepting applications for a full-time Police Officer.

 

Candidates must meet the following requirements:

Education/Experience:

Minimum of two years college coursework or relevant training in criminal justice or related field; or any equivalent combination

of education and experience.  Bachelor’s degree and public safety-related experience preferred.

Certifiable by the Municipal Police Training Committee as a Police Officer.

Possession of valid driver’s license with a good driving record.

Ability to obtain and maintain a valid Massachusetts License to Carry Firearms.

 

Police Officer Job Opportunity

 

30. Firefighter-EMT

 

Attn: Human Resources

Leelanau Township Emergency Services

100 8th Street

Northport, MI 49670

Phone: 231-386-5343

Fax: 231-386-5212

 

Salary: $45,150 plus benefits

Deadline: 8/30/18

 

Required:

State of Michigan Paramedic

State of Michigan Firefighter I&II

Current ACLS and PALS

Pre-Hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS), or able to obtain within 6 months of hire

 

Experience:

Paramedic/Firefighter: 1 year

 

License:

State of Michigan Paramedic

PHTLS

ACLS

State of Michigan Firefighter I&II

PALS

 

31. Firefighter - ALS

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Sterling Heights

40555 Utica Road

P.O. Box 8009

Sterling Heights, MI 48311

Phone: 586-446-2315

E-mail: kbaldwin@sterling-heights.net

 

Starting Salary: $43,708; $77,728 after 5 years, plus excellent fringe benefit package

Deadline: 8/31/18

 

Go to EMPCO's website at www.empco.net/fts, complete a profile and register for the written exam. Written exam must be

completed as of August 31, 2018.

 

You do not fill out an application with the City website.

 

Additional Information:

Review this link for the recruitment process, qualifications, salary and benefit information:

071218 Firefighter Minimum Requirements with benefits.pdf  Per the link, you will be contacted by EMAIL to fill out the

background packet if you meet the criteria.

 

32. Code Enforcement Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Ypsilanti

1 S. Huron Street

Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Phone: 734-483-1242

E-mail: rcraigmile@cityofypsilanti.com

 

Deadline: 9/2/18

 

This is a sworn enforcement position upholding property maintenance standards in accordance with local ordinances.  Work

includes inspecting, citing and abating nuisances.  Direction is received from the Police Department.  The employee is

expected to initiate action to identify abatement needs.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

A high school diploma with a general studies background 

Possess and maintain a valid Michigan driver's license

Knowledge of and the ability to read, interpret and implement local ordinances

Ability to set daily schedule

Ability to decide abatement action

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, coworkers and the public

 

33. Records Clerk (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Ypsilanti

1 S. Huron Street

Ypsilanti, MI 48197

Phone: 734-483-1242

E-mail: rcraigmile@cityofypsilanti.com

 

Deadline: 9/2/18

 

The Part-Time Records clerk is a confidential clerical position responsible for the maintenance and control of the police

record/filing system and the issuance of licenses to various vendors.  Work is performed within specific City ordinances,

departmental policy and State legislation.  Supervision is received from a first level departmental supervisor.  The position is

represented by the AFSCME union.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

A high school diploma with two years of clerical experience, with one in police records systems, or any combination of

experience and training to provide for the following knowledge, skills and abilities:

Possess and maintain a valid Michigan Driver's License

Knowledge of police office/record management

Knowledge of data entry for micro-computer via telephone modems

Proficiency with: computers for word processing and spreadsheet applications, calculator, facsimile machine, photocopier

and type writer

Knowledge of City streets and geographical limits

Knowledge of departmental officer assignment locations

Knowledge of basic business correspondence, English, spelling, grammar, and arithmetic

Ability to type 50 w.p.m accurately

Ability to search files with little information to collect/assemble data

Ability to explain in nontechnical terms police office procedures, ordinances, and policies to the general public

Ability to transcribe/explain data correctly and accurately

Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, coworkers and the public

 

34. Police Officer (Full-Time, Part-Time)

 

Attn: Human Resources

Town of Andrews

1101 Main Street

PO Box 1210

Andrews, NC 28901

Phone: 828-321-5111

 

Salary: $25,000 - $40,000

Deadline: 8/31/18 or until position filled

 

The Town of Andrews, located in Western North Carolina (population 1,700), is seeking qualified police officers. Both part-time

and full-time positions are available. Full-time employees qualify for benefits packages including paid time off, medical

insurance, and retirement.

 

Qualifications:

The ideal candidate will have minimum of 3 years of experience in law enforcement. Experience may include any combination

of education, or training, which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities required for the position. Must have an active law

enforcement certification and current driver’s license. Must pass a drug-screen and background check.

 

35. Firefighter

 

Attn: Human Resources

Town of Lake Lure

P.O. Box 255
Lake Lure, NC 28746

Phone: 828-625-9983

Fax: 828-625-8371

E-mail: personnel@townoflakelure.com

 

Hiring Salary: $32,773 (5% increase after six month’s satisfactory probationary period), plus benefits

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 5:00 PM

 

Applicants should meet the following qualifications:

NC Certified Firefighter

Current NC Emergency Medical Technician

Hazardous Materials Operations Level Certification

Incident Command Level 700, 800, 100, and 200 Certification

NC Wildland Fire Suppression, and valid NC Class B Driver’s License

 

Candidates should have at least three years experience in a progressive fire department, rescue training and experience in

medical response.  Candidates not already possessing these certifications will be required to obtain NC Advanced EMT, NC

Technical Rescuer, Swift Water Rescue Technician and Ropes Technician within two years from date of hire.

 

36. Firefighter (Certified or Non-Certified)

 

Orange Rural Fire Department

PO Box 1511

Hillsborough, NC 27278

Phone: 919-732-7911

E-mail: admin@orfd.net

 

Salary: $25,620 - $35,161, commensurate with qualifications plus benefits

Deadline: 8/31/18

 

ORFD is now accepting applications for Full-Time Firefighters. Applications accepted for Certified or Non-Certified firefighters

until August 31, 2018.

 

Education:

High school

 

License:

Driver's License

 

Preferred Qualifications:

This position requires:

NC Firefighter 2

NC Technical Rescuer (rope, confined space and VMR)

NC EMT-Basic

Current and valid North Carolina Class B driver’s license

 

37. Firefighter Trainee

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Jacksonville

815 New Bridge Street

Jacksonville, NC 28540

Phone: 910-938-5025

E-mail: Jtreadwell@jacksonvillenc.gov

 

Salary: $30,330.00

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 8:00 AM Eastern

 

Performs responsible protective service work providing fire suppression and rescue services; does related work as required.

Work is performed under immediate supervision.  Much of the work is performed under emergency conditions and frequently

involves considerable personal hazard.

 

Typical Qualifications:

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

 

38. EMS Technician - Multiple Positions Available

 

Attn: Human Resources

Durham County

200 East Main Street

Durham, NC 27701

Phone: 919-560-7900

Fax: 919-560-7902

E-mail: HumanResources@dconc.gov

 

Salary: $29,282.00 - $52,707.00

Deadline: 8/30/18

 

Performs responsible work in rendering emergency and non-emergency medical care and life-saving measures to critically ill

or injured persons of all ages on basic and assisting with advanced life support levels. Requires successful completion of the

North Carolina State Emergency Medical Services training program or an equivalent training program. Employment is

contingent on passing a assessment center, physical agility test, pre-employment drug screen, skills validation program,

clinical and operational clearance during the yearlong probationary period.

 

Requirements:

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

training program.

 

Special Requirements:

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

 

Please submit copy of EMT certification with application.

 

39. EMS Officer I-Paramedic - Multiple Positions Available

 

Attn: Human Resources

Durham County

200 East Main Street

Durham, NC 27701

Phone: 919-560-7900

Fax: 919-560-7902

E-mail: HumanResources@dconc.gov

 

Salary: $35,418.00 - $63,767.00

Deadline: 8/30/18

 

Performs responsible work in rendering emergency and non-emergency medical care and life-saving measures to critically ill

or injured persons of all ages on basic and advanced life support levels. Requires successful completion of the North Carolina

State Emergency Medical Services training program or an equivalent training program. Employment is contingent on passing

a assessment center, physical agility test, pre-employment drug screen, skills validation program, clinical and operational

clearance during the yearlong probationary period.

 

Requirements:

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

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

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

 

Please submit copy of EMT certification with application.

40. Police Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Pittsburgh

414 Grant Street

Pittsburgh, PA 15219

Phone: 412-255-2388

Fax: 412-255-4736

 

Salary: $14.96/hour (while in Training Academy); $44,720 (PO 1st year); plus benefits 

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Eastern

 

Provides service, which protects life and property, preserves peace, prevents criminal activities and enforces City ordinances

and federal, state and local laws in the City of Pittsburgh.  Police work involves an element of personal danger and officers

must be able to function with minimal supervision, exercise independent judgment and take appropriate action when faced

with complex situations.

 

General Application Requirements:

You must submit, show proof of or attest to all of the following at the time of filing your online application (unless otherwise

indicated below) or your application may be disqualified.

Completed online City of Pittsburgh Application for this position (see web address in above box).

At least 18 years of age at the time of filing application.

A United States citizen.

Applicants must be or become residents of an area within a 25-mile air radius of the downtown City-County Building prior to

employment and remain a resident within the 25-mile air radius throughout employment.

A current, valid Pennsylvania Motor Vehicle Operator's License (Class C – regular) or a current valid driver's license from

another state or the U.S. Armed Forces.  Licenses must be presented at the time of filing application or prior to appointment.

PA driver's license must be obtained prior to appointment and maintained throughout employment.

Thirty (30) semester credits (or forty-five (45) quarter credits) of completed coursework at an accredited college, university,

technical or trade school.  Official Education/Training transcripts must be submitted at the time of filing application or no later

than your scheduled Written Examination date.  (see Education/Training section for details)  NOTE: Sixty (60) semester

credits (or ninety (90) quarter credits) of completed coursework at an accredited college, university, technical or trade

school must be completed by the time your rank on the eligibility list is reached for processing for an academy class.  If you

do not meet the requirement at that time, you will be able to request a one year civil service education waiver/deferment if the

civil service eligibility list has not been exhausted or expired.

Veteran's Preference documentation, if applicable, must be submitted at time of filing application or no later than your Written

Examination date.  (Review the Veteran's Preference section for details)

 

Education/Training Requirements at the time of filing the application:

30 semester credits (or 45 quarter credits) of completed coursework at an accredited college, university, technical or trade

school must be completed at the time of filing application.  It is your responsibility to find out if your schools are on

"semester" or "quarter" credit hours.  This coursework must be transferable to college credit and/or be applied toward a

degree, certificate or license.  Credit hours may be allowed for applicants who possess not-for-credit training for which they

were issued a state license. The Department of Human Resources and Civil Service will make determinations on the

allowance of not-for-credit training on a case by case basis.

 

Note:

Sixty (60) semester credit hours may be waived for applicants with at least four (4) years of full active military duty with an

Honorable Discharge or have completed Officer Candidate School and have no term of obligation.

Thirty (30) semester credit hours may be waived for applicants with at least two (2) years of full active military duty with an

Honorable Discharge or have completed Officer Candidate School and have no term of obligation.

OR

Sixty (60) semester credit hours may be waived for applicants who have successfully completed Act 120 training as certified

by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission of Pennsylvania or by a certifying agency from another

state with at least two (2) years of full-time, paid policing experience. (Full-time is defined as 32 hours or more per week.

Less than full-time experience will be calculated on a pro-rated basis.)

Forty-five (45) semester credit hours may be waived for applicants who have successfully completed Act 120 training as

certified by the Municipal Police Officers' Education and Training Commission of Pennsylvania or by a certifying agency from

another state with less than two (2) years of full-time, paid policing experience. (Full-time is defined as 32 hours or more per

week.  Less than full-time experience will be calculated on a pro-rated basis.)

 

Note:

Sixty (60) semester credits or Ninety (90) quarter credits are required before an individual on the eligibility list can be

processed for an academy class.  If you do not meet the requirement at that time, you will be able to request a one year civil

service education waiver/deferment if the civil service eligibility list has not been exhausted or expired.

 

41. Police Officer FTP II

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Memphis

125 N. Main Street, Room 1B-33

Memphis, TN 38103

Phone: 901-636-6509

Fax: 901-636-6450

E-mail: talent.management@memphistn.gov

 

Salary: $47,814.26

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Central

 

Works under the supervision of Memphis Police Academy staff to grasp concepts and perform a wide range of tasks which

promotes public safety and security.  Performs general enforcement of the laws, including patrolling assigned areas,

apprehending and controlling suspects, controlling traffic, writing reports, providing public information, maintaining records and

material evidence, and providing court testimony.  Attends training classes as required and meets mandatory training

requirements. Exercises and comprehends rules, regulations, and policies of the MPD Training Academy and applicable

federal, state, and local laws. Executes basic criminal investigation principles, practices, and techniques for use in

patrol-related activities. Exercises and uses basic interview skills to obtain information from suspects, victims, and witnesses.

Learns to operate a patrol vehicle and uses appropriate weapons/equipment associated with law enforcement in a safe

manner. Grasps and applies defensive tactic techniques in controlling and apprehending suspects. Applies minimal levels of

force to control subjects in patrol-related situations to ensure the safety of the officer and of the general public. Recognizes

controlled substances and how to request assistance in handling materials and paraphernalia. Learns to provide first-aid

assistance to those in need during emergency situations. Demonstrates critical thinking to solve problems in patrol-related

situations. Maintains tact and courtesy when interacting with various individuals and confidentiality when working with

law-enforcement sensitive information.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Five (5) years of combined, continuous full-time, post-academy service as a paid, sworn officer, with a verifiable and favorable

work record within a Tennessee P.O.S.T. Commissioned Law Enforcement Agency that employs twenty (20) or more paid,

full-time officers within the last 12 months.

OR

Three (3) years of combined, continuous full-time, post-academy service as a paid, sworn officer, with a verifiable and

favorable work record within a Tennessee P.O.S.T. Commissioned Law Enforcement Agency that employs twenty (20) or

more paid, full-time officers within the last 12 months and 54 college semester hours or 2 years active military service (or

comparable military reserve experience) with honorable discharge.

 

ALL candidates must meet the following:

Must not have been convicted of, or pled guilty (or enter a plea of Nolo Contendere) to any felony charges. Must be at least 21

years of age upon completion of the Police Basic Training Program.  Must successfully pass entry level requirements and

testing (physical, written, background investigation, psychological and medical) for Police Recruit.  Must possess and

maintain a valid driver license as a condition for continued employment.

 

42. Police Recruit (Lateral)

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Memphis

125 N. Main Street, Room 1B-33

Memphis, TN 38103

Phone: 901-636-6509

Fax: 901-636-6450

E-mail: talent.management@memphistn.gov

 

Salary: $47,814.26

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Central

 

Works under the supervision of Memphis Police Academy staff to grasp concepts and perform a wide range of tasks which

promotes public safety and security.  Performs general enforcement of the laws, including patrolling assigned areas,

apprehending and controlling suspects, controlling traffic, writing reports, providing public information, maintaining records and

material evidence, and providing court testimony.  Attends training classes as required and meets mandatory training

requirements. Exercises and comprehends rules, regulations, and policies of the MPD Training Academy and applicable

federal, state, and local laws. Executes basic criminal investigation principles, practices, and techniques for use in

patrol-related activities. Exercises and uses basic interview skills to obtain information from suspects, victims, and witnesses.

Learns to operate a patrol vehicle and uses appropriate weapons/equipment associated with law enforcement in a safe

manner. Grasps and applies defensive tactic techniques in controlling and apprehending suspects. Applies minimal levels of

force to control subjects in patrol-related situations to ensure the safety of the officer and of the general public. Recognizes

controlled substances and how to request assistance in handling materials and paraphernalia. Learns to provide first-aid

assistance to those in need during emergency situations. Demonstrates critical thinking to solve problems in patrol-related

situations. Maintains tact and courtesy when interacting with various individuals and confidentiality when working with

law-enforcement sensitive information.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Five (5) years of combined, continuous full-time, post-academy service as a paid, sworn officer, with a verifiable and favorable

work record within a Commissioned Law Enforcement Agency that employs twenty (20) or more paid, full-time officers within

the last 12 months.

OR

Three (3) years of combined, continuous full-time, post-academy service as a paid, sworn officer, with a verifiable and

favorable work record within a Commissioned Law Enforcement Agency that employs twenty (20) or more paid, full-time

officers within the last 12 months and 54 college semester hours or 2 years active military service (or comparable military

reserve experience) with honorable discharge.

 

ALL candidates must meet the following:

Must not have been convicted of, or pled guilty (or enter a plea of Nolo Contendere) to any felony charges.

Must be at least 21 years of age upon completion of the Police Basic Training Program.

Must successfully pass entry level requirements and testing (physical, written, background investigation, psychological and

medical) for Police Recruit.

Must possess and maintain a valid driver license as a condition for continued employment.

 

Special Requirements::

The City Charter requires that City Employees must establish residence within Shelby County within six (6) months from date

of Employment. Proof of residence will be required at the time of hire.

 

43. Police Trainee

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of El Paso

300 N. Campbell

El Paso, TX 79901

Phone: 915-212-0045

 

Salary: $34,537.77 - $55,185.32 

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 11:59 PM Mountain

 

Requirements:

Candidate must have a High School Diploma or GED, twelve (12) semester hours of credit in any field of study from an

accredited college or university, six months of general work experience involving public contact, and be twenty-one (21) years

of age by the date of graduation from the Academy; or A High School Diploma or GED, an associate's degree or sixty (60)

semester hours of credit in any field of study from an accredited college or university, six months of general work experience

involving public contact, honorable discharge from  the United States armed forces after at least two (2) years of active

service, and be eighteen (18) years of age by the date of graduation from the Academy.

All applicants must be current U.S. citizens, pass a background  investigation, and successfully complete a physical,

psychological and drug exam prior to starting the Academy. Applicants with prior military service may not currently have a

dishonorable discharge or other discharge based on misconduct which bars future military service.

 

Licenses and Certificates:

Texas Class "C" Driver's License or equivalent from another state by time of application. Basic Peace Officer License issued

by Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Standards and education TCOLE upon completion of training.

 

44. Firefighter/Paramedic

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of North Richland Hills

4301 City Point Drive

North Richland Hills, TX 76180

Phone: 817-427-6100

Fax: 817-427-6101

E-mail: nrhhr@nrhtx.com

 

Salary: $55,860 plus benefits

Deadline: 8/30/18 @ 5:00 PM

 

Firefighter/Paramedic Testing:

Must be a Certified Firefighter/Paramedic; or a Certified Paramedic; or a certified Firefighter within three months of completing

Paramedic school.  Candidates with passing written test scores will take a physical agility test the same day. Successful

passing of the written test, as well as the physical agility test, will be a condition of employment. Candidates who have a

physical agility test certificate from TCC dated within six months of the test date can waive the physical agility test.

 

Application Special Instructions:

Testing will be held Saturday, September 8, 2018 at 9:30 a.m. at the North Richland Hills Fire & Police Training Center, 7202

Dick Fisher Drive North, North Richland Hills, TX 76180.Check-in for the test will begin at 9:00 a.m.; photo ID will be required. 

Registration for the test will close on Thursday, August 30, 2018 at 5:00 p.m.

 

View our Flyer for more info!

 

45. Telecommunicator (Dispatcher)

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Robinson

111 W. Lyndale

Robinson, TX 76706

Phone: 254-662-1415

Fax: 254-662-6540

E-mail: k.west@robinsontexas.org

 

Starting Salary: $12.40 - $15.46/hour, dependent on qualifications, plus benefits

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 5:00 PM

 

The Robinson Police Department is seeking a Telecommunicator to join our team and be responsible for the professional

operation of the communication center after an initial training period.

 

At least one year experience as a police dispatcher is preferred.  Candidates must complete a Robinson employment

application and submit to Human Resources no later than Friday, August 31, in order to be eligible to take the National

Dispatcher Selection Test on Thursday, September 13.

 

Qualifications:

Minimum typing speed of 35 WPM; Computer literate; Good listening skills and ability to completely relay messages

factually; Legible handwriting; ability to organize/summarize calls for dispatch purposes; Ability to remain calm in a

high-stress environment; Familiar with 10 codes and police alphanumeric system; Familiar with crisis/stress calls and ability

to handle efficiently; High school graduate or GED; Employee may receive incentive payment after achieving Intermediate

level or Advanced level telecommunicator certification.

 

Special Requirements:

Ability to work shift work, weekends, and holidays; Must hold a current or obtain Telecommunications License through

TCOLE within one year of employment.

 

46. Firefighter/AEMT

 

Attn: Human Resources

Riverdale City

4600 South Weber River Drive

Riverdale, UT 84405

Phone: 801-394-5541 ext. 1209

E-mail: jobs@riverdalecity.com

 

Salary: $39,540.80 - $60,444.80 (Starting salary will generally start at lower end of salary range, DOQ)

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 5:00 PM

 

Minimum Qualifications:

1. Education and Experience:

A. Graduation from high school or equivalent:

 

2. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Working knowledge of fire fighting methods, techniques, and procedures; fire fighting equipment types and varieties and their

most appropriate and effective use; equipment and maintenance and care; state and city codes, laws, and regulations, and

ordinances related to fire prevention; fire vehicle equipment; emergency medical techniques and procedures and first-aid;

interpersonal communication skills.

Ability to follow detailed verbal or written work instruction; work in dangerous emergency situations; perform strenuous

physical labor; communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; assimilate modern fire prevention and fire fighting skills;

perform under extreme weather conditions; work on-call and on-shift work; develop effective working relationships with

supervisors, fellow employees, and the public.

 

3. Special Qualifications:

Must possess a valid Driver License.

Must be State Firefighter I and II certified.

Must be Utah Advanced EMT.

Must be hazmat certified (awareness & operations level). 

Must be Apparatus Operator certified.

Must be Apparatus Aerial certified within 1 year of hire. 

Must be Fire Inspector certified within 1 year of hire.

Must be Wildland Firefighter I within 1 year of hire.

Preference will be given for heavy rescue certifications.

 

4. Work Environment:

Functions of the position generally performed in a controlled environment, but subject to all seasonal and weather extremes.

Emergency response travel expected in normal course of performing duties. Many functions of the work pose high degree of

hazard uncertainty. Physical readiness and conditioning may be a condition of job retention. Various levels of mental

application required, i.e., memory for details, emotional stability, discriminating thinking, creative problem solving; and

continuous use of motor skills.

 

47. Court Clerk II (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Human Resources

Riverdale City

4600 South Weber River Drive

Riverdale, UT 84405

Phone: 801-394-5541 ext. 1209

E-mail: jobs@riverdalecity.com

 

Salary: $14.46 - $23.13 DOQ

Deadline: 8/30/18 @ 5:00 PM

 

Performs a variety of working level, complex clerical duties designed to expedite the functions, actions, judgments,

processes, and procedures associated with the office of the City Justice Court.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

1. Education and Experience:

A. Graduation from high school or equivalent GED. 

B. Two years of experience related to above or similar duties; plus six months of specialized training provided on the job or

through professional workshops and seminars. 

C. Or an equivalent combination of education and experience.

 

2. Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

Working knowledge of telephone operations and receptionist functions; legal and court terminology; basic accounting and

bookkeeping; of office methods and equipment, complex filing systems and computerized applications for records filing.

Typing skill at 40 words per minute; computer skills.

Ability to follow complex instructions; work under stressful working conditions created by strict time frames; learn legal and

court document formats; learn criminal and civil law as it applies to court processes; manage angry individuals and

unpleasant situations; communicate effectively, verbally and in writing; develop effective working relationships with co-workers,

appointed officials, professionals, and the public.

 

3. Special Qualifications:

Must be bondable.

Must be eligible to serve as a notary.

Must be eligible to receive security clearance for access to State computer (BCI, DLD, NCIC, MVRG, INLETS)

Must successfully complete annual court training requirements.

 

4. Work Environment:

Incumbent of the position performs in a typical office setting with appropriate climate controls. Tasks require variety of

physical activities, not generally involving muscular strain, such as walking, standing, stooping, sitting, reaching, talking,

hearing and seeing. Common eye, hand, finger dexterity exist. Mental application utilizes memory for details, verbal

instructions, emotional stability and discriminating thinking.

 

48. Firefighter/EMT Recruit

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Lynchburg

900 Church Street

Lynchburg, VA 24504

Phone: 434-455-4200

Fax: 434-845-4304

E-mail: human.resources@lynchburgva.gov

 

Salary: $36,795.20

Deadline: 9/3/18 @ 11:59 PM Eastern Time

 

* Firefighter/EMT's receive a 5% pay increase upon completion of the academy *

 

Minimum Education and Experience Required:

Qualifications:

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Reasonable

accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
 

Minimum Requirements:

High School Diploma or GED required. 

Applicants must be 21 years of age by January 1, 2019.

EMT-Paramedic or EMT-Basic preferred, but not required.

 

Additional Requirements:

Possession of valid driver's license issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia and acceptable driving record according to City

criteria; 

No DUI or drug related convictions, or VASAP attendance within 5 years of application for employment;

Ability to successfully complete or have completed the following courses:

Virginia Department of Fire Programs Firefighter I

Virginia Department of Fire Programs Firefighter II

Virginia Department of Fire Programs Hazardous Material Awareness/Operations

Virginia Department of Fire Programs Emergency Vehicle Operators Course

Virginia Department of Fire Programs Mayday !!! Firefighter Down

American Heart Association CPR for Healthcare Providers

National Fire Academy ICS-100: Introduction to ICS for Operational First Responders

National Fire Academy ICS-200: Basic NIMS ICS for Operational First Responders

FEMA Emergency Management Institute IS-700.a: National Incident Management Systems (NIMS), An Introduction.

FEMA Emergency Management Institute IS-800b: National Response Framework, An Introduction.

National Registry EMT-Basic

Advanced Life Support

Other courses as determined by the Training Division

 

49. Certified Firefighter

 

Attn: Human Resource Management

City of Portsmouth

801 Crawford Street, 2nd Floor

Portsmouth, VA 23704-3822

Phone: 757-393-8626

Fax: 757-393-8697

E-mail: hrm@portsmouthva.gov

 

Anticipated Hiring Range: DOQ

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 11:59 PM EST

 

Application Special Instructions:

Requires a comprehensive background investigation to include local, state, and federal criminal history check and sex

offender registry check.

 

Requires satisfactory results from a medical evaluation and pre-employment substance abuse testing and is subject to

random controlled substances testing.
 

Must possess and maintain as a condition of employment Commonwealth of Virginia certifications as a Firefighter I, II,

Hazardous Materials Operations, Emergency Medical Technician – Basic (hire date prior to January 1, 1996), Emergency

Medical Technician Shock Trauma/Enhanced (hire date of January 1, 1996 and beyond), and EVOC or other state approved

emergency vehicle driving program. Applicants must upload a copy of their current certifications.

 

Must possess a valid driver's license and an acceptable driving record with no more than three (3) negative points on current

driving record. Applicants must upload a copy of their current DMV transcript.

 

50. CCPSA Pretrial Services Officer

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Lynchburg

900 Church Street

Lynchburg, VA 24504

Phone: 434-455-4200

Fax: 434-845-4304

E-mail: human.resources@lynchburgva.gov

 

Salary: $31,366.40

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 4:00 PM Eastern Time

 

This is primarily a Pretrial Services Officer position but also requires the flexibility and aptitude to perform essential Probation

Officer duties on a regular basis as needed. The position requires the performance of responsible, professional work to include

conducting interviews, investigations, risk assessments and preparing recommendation reports for the court on defendants

detained who are awaiting trial, as well as supervising those who are released on bail to the Community Corrections and

Pretrial Services Agency.

 

Minimum Education and Experience Required:

Qualifications:

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

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

enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
 

Education and/or Experience:

Bachelor's degree in social work, psychology, criminal justice or a related field, and considerable experience in case

management, counseling, or criminal justice; or equivalent combination of education and experience. Must possess basic

computer skills.

 

Additional Requirements:

Possession of valid driver's license issued by the Commonwealth of Virginia and acceptable driving record according to City

criteria;

Use of a personal vehicle is occasionally required as part of the job; must have appropriate car insurance as required by state

law.

Satisfactory criminal background check required.

Satisfactory completion of pre-employment drug and alcohol screen.

Must pass VCIN certification training and DCJS CORE Skills training within six months of employment.

 

51. Deputy Fire Marshal I/II

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Vancouver

P.O. Box 1995

Vancouver, WA 98668-1995

Phone: 360-487-8417

Fax: 360-487-8418

E-mail: hr@vanhr.org

 

Salary: $63,324.00 - $89,352.00 (DFM I: $63,324 - $80,964; DFM II: $69,888 - $89,352)

Deadline: 8/30/18 @ 5:00 PM Pacific

 

The purpose of this position is to perform a variety of fire code new development work, fire code enforcement, fire-arson

investigation work and fire safety education program administration.

 

Functions:

Complete technical fire and life safety plans review and new development on-site inspections, including but not limited to: fire

protection systems, occupancy hazard use, water supply and emergency access. Upon completion, enter the technical

review and inspection findings into the City's records management system. Escalate inspection findings to supervisor if

necessary. 

Investigate fires to determine causes and damages; keep records of fire losses, investigations, fire deaths and injuries;

collect, photograph and maintain evidence; prepare detailed reports documenting investigation findings. Receive and

investigate complaints regarding fire violations; recommend corrective actions and enforce compliance. Drive a city vehicle in

a safe and appropriate manner in order to travel between various sites.

Conduct annual inspections for existing buildings and fire code permits inspections of buildings and property for fire hazards,

efficiency of fire protective equipment, adequacy of fire exits, and general compliance with fire prevention laws and standards.

Advise property owners on the removal of fire hazards; enforce compliance to correct hazards.

Participate in the coordination of fire safety education activities; provide training on fire and safety programs, fire and life safety

codes, and inspection practices. Participate in the development and delivering fire safety and prevention educational programs

to local schools, community groups, and members of the general public.

Respond to requests and inquiries from the fire suppression personnel, general public, contractors, architects, and media

relations regarding fire and life safety codes and standards.

Conduct youth fire setter intervention assessments, document the educational/assessment findings and maintain accurate

records in the electronic management system. 

Serve as an expert witness testifying in court cases involving fire and code violations.

Maintain a variety of records, files and maps related to fire prevention and safety activities and programs.

Ensure various equipment used in performing duties is properly maintained.

Perform related duties as required.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

Education and Experience:

Deputy Fire Marshal I:

Education:

Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade supplemented by specialized training in fire science, fire prevention, fire

investigation, or a related field.

 

Experience:

Two years of experience in education, prevention, or inspection work preferred.

 

Deputy Fire Marshal II:

Education:

Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade supplemented by specialized training in fire science, fire prevention, fire

investigation, or a related field.

 

Experience:

Five years of experience in education, prevention, or inspection work.

 

Required Licenses and/or Certifications:

Possession of, or ability to obtain, a Fire Inspector II Certification from the International Code Council within two years of hire.

Meet NFPA 1035, step I, standard for Fire Public Educator within five years of hire.

Meet NFPA 1031, step II, standard for Fire Prevention within five years of hire;

Meet NFPA 1033, step II, standard for Fire Investigator within five years of hire.

Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid driver's license.

 

Deputy Fire Marshal II:

Possession of a Fire Inspector II Certification from the International Code Council;

Meet NFPA 1035, step I, standard for Fire Public Educator.

Meet NFPA 1031, step II, standard for Fire Prevention;

Meet NFPA 1033, step II, standard for Fire Investigator.

Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid driver's license.

 

Knowledge:

Fire hazards and the related prevention and abatement methods.

Principles of fire prevention and safety education, including effective teaching and presentation techniques.

Fire prevention inspection methods and techniques.

Firefighting techniques, incident command system, and fire suppression equipment

Principles of fire behavior.

Techniques of fire and arson investigation.

Laws and ordinances pertaining to fire prevention, the Uniform Fire Code, and the Uniform Building Code.

Safe work practices and procedures.

Public relations as they relate to obtaining cooperation and compliance to fire codes and laws.

Modern office procedures, methods and computer equipment.

Use of personal computers and basic software.

 

Abilities:

Conduct fire inspection and code enforcement work

Respond to inquiries, complaints and requests for service in a fair, tactful and firm manner

Speak publicly and give presentations

Deal effectively with property owners, managers and the general public in difficult work situations

Detect fire hazards and make recommendations for their correction

Give instructions on ways to prevent and eliminate fire hazards

Conduct preliminary fact finding inspections and investigations, including evidence gathering

Observe and record findings during inspections

Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing; communicate with the general public and the news media in

such a way as to be easily understandable to them

Properly interpret and make decisions in accordance with laws, regulations and policies

Perform basic mathematical calculations and read blueprints or building plans

Handle many different tasks in a short amount of time

Work effectively across organizational boundaries

To wear SCBA and other required personal safety equipment

Operate a personal computer and appropriate software

Work in a manner consistent with the City of Vancouver's Operating Principles

Work and act as a team player in all interactions with other City employees

Provide a high level of customer service at all times

Project and maintain a positive image with those contacted in the course of work

Develop and maintain collaborative and respectful working relationships with team members and others

Consistently provide quality service

Maintain regular and dependable attendance

 

52. Firefighter - Experienced

 

Attn: Human Resources

Port of Seattle

PO Box 1209

Seattle, WA 98111

Phone: 206-787-3836

E-mail: employment@portseattle.org

 

Deadline: 9/2/18 @ 8:00 PM PST

 

Requisition #: 1318BR

 

Aircraft rescue and firefighting, fire suppression and rescue, confined space rescue operations, emergency management

services, hazardous materials responses, all mandated training, fire prevention, inspections, pre-fire planning assignments

and vehicle and equipment maintenance under direction of a Captain, Battalion Chief, Assistant Fire Chief, or the Fire Chief.

 

Qualifications:

Combination of education and experience demonstrative knowledge, skills and abilities equivalent to:

Experienced firefighter with 3 years working full time paid at a Fire Department;  and

IFSAC or ProBoard Firefighter I;

IFSAC or ProBoard Hazardous Material Operations;

Current EMT  (National Registry);

Current CPAT Certificate prior to hiring.

 

Preferred Qualifications:

IFSAC or ProBoard Firefighter II.

 

Driver's License Requirement:

A valid Washington State Driver’s License, or the ability to obtain one, is required.

 

53. Police Officer

 

Attn: SueAnn Joyner, Operations Program Associate

UW-Whitewater Police Department

734 W. Starin Road

Goodhue Hall

Whitewater, WI 53190

Phone: 262-472-3180

E-mail: joyners@uww.edu

 

Salary: $24.00/hour

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 4:00 PM

 

Fill Vacancy

 

Qualifications:

U.S. citizen; Driver license; Good driving record; Good physical condition; 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.

 

54. Police Officer (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Chief Hayley Saalsaa

Argyle Police Department

401 E. Milwaukee Street

Argyle, WI 53504

Phone: 608-543-9360

Fax: 608-543-3895

E-mail: argylepd.saalsaa@gmail.com

 

Salary: $17.00/hour; Wisconsin retirement fund

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 4:00 PM

 

Fill Vacancy and Establish Eligibility List

 

Qualifications:

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

Enforcement Standards Board Certification; High school diploma; 60 college credits; Ability to possess a firearm; No felony

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

Previous experience; React quickly and effectively to stressful situations; Able to work evenings, weekends, and holidays;

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;

Please DO NOT apply if you are not certified.

 

55. Police Officer

 

Attn: Linda Hartung, Administrative Assistant

Menomonie Police Department

615 Stokke Parkway, Suite G200

Menomonie, WI 54751

Phone: 715-231-8505

Fax: 715-232-1579

E-mail: hartungl@menomonie-wi.gov

 

Salary: $4,448 - $5,097/month; Wisconsin retirement fund; Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave; Dental; Paid

holidays - 10; Clothing allowance; Longevity pay; Deferred compensation; Vacation

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 4:30 PM

 

Fill Vacancy

 

Qualifications:

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

Enforcement Standards Board Certification; High school diploma; 60 college credits; Associate degree; Bachelor 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.

 

56. Police Officer

 

Attn: Karie Tackett, Police Clerk

North Fond du Lac Police Department

16 Garfield Street

North Fond du Lac, WI 54937

Phone: 920-929-3760

E-mail: ktackett@nfdl.org

 

Salary: $24.60 - $30.93/hour (Dependent on qualifications); Wisconsin retirement fund; Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick

leave; Dental; Paid holidays - 9; Clothing allowance; Longevity pay; Deferred compensation; Education incentive pay;

Vacation

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 4:30 PM

 

Fill Vacancy and Establish Eligibility List

 

Qualifications:

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

Enforcement Standards Board Certification; High school diploma; 60 college credits; Ability to possess a firearm; No felony

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

React quickly and effectively to stressful situations; Able to work evenings, weekends, and holidays; Knowledge and skills in

operating computer systems; Clear and concise speech; Ability to handle several tasks simultaneously; Ability to perform

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

 

57. Police Officer

 

Attn: Kelly Shea, HR Specialist

City of Eau Claire

203 South Farwell Street

Eau Claire, WI 54701

Phone: 715-839-4921

E-mail: kelly.shea@eauclairewi.gov

 

Salary: $21.55 - $31.51/hour (Dependent on qualifications); Wisconsin retirement fund; Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick

leave; Dental; Paid holidays; Deferred compensation; Education incentive pay; Vacation

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 11:59 PM

 

Fill Vacancy and Establish Eligibility List

 

Qualifications:

U.S. citizen; Minimum age - 18; Driver license; High school diploma; 60 college credits; No felony convictions; Good verbal

and written communication skills; Able to work evenings, weekends, and holidays.

 

58. Corrections Officer (Full-Time, Part-Time)

 

Attn: Jennifer Lueneburg, Employee Services Manager

Oneida County

P.O. Box 400

Rhinelander, WI 54501

Phone: 715-369-6153

Fax: 715-369-6261

E-mail: jlueneburg@co.oneida.wi.us

 

Salary: $17.05/hour; Wisconsin retirement fund; Health insurance; Life insurance; Dental; Clothing allowance; Deferred

compensation; PTO (Paid Time Off), Income Continuation Insurance, Vision Insurance

Deadline: 8/31/18

 

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; 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 use all standard law enforcement equipment.

 

59. Corrections Officer

 

Attn: Sue Fox, Employee Resource Analyst

Marathon County Employee Resources

500 Forest Street

Wausau, WI 54403

Phone: 715-261-1451

Fax: 715-261-1463

E-mail: sue.fox@co.marathon.wi.us

 

Salary: $19.15 - $25.86/hour; Wisconsin retirement fund; Health insurance; Life insurance; Dental; Paid holidays; Pay for

Performance System and Paid Time Off

Deadline: 9/1/18 @ 11:59 PM

 

Fill Vacancy

 

Qualifications:

U.S. citizen; Minimum age - 18; Driver license; Good driving record; Good physical condition; High school diploma; Associate

degree - In related field; Bachelor degree - In related field; 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.

 

60. Deputy Sheriff (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Lieutenant Mitch Gibson

Chippewa County 

32 E Spruce Street

Chippewa Falls, WI 54729

Phone: 715-726-7971

Fax: 715-726-4585

E-mail: mgibson@co.chippewa.wi.us

 

Salary: $12.29 - $25.50/hour (Dependent on qualifications)

Deadline: 8/31/18

 

Fill Vacancy

 

Qualifications:

U.S. citizen; Minimum age - 21; Driver license; 60 college credits; Ability to possess a firearm; No felony convictions; No

domestic abuse convictions; Must be currently LESB certified, certifiable, or proof of current enrollment in basic recruit

training programs.

 

61. Firefighter/Paramedic

 

Attn: Human Resources

City of Stevens Point

1515 Strongs Avenue

Stevens Point, WI 54481

Phone: 715-346-1594

 

Salary: $4,551.84/month

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 4:00 PM Central

 

Testing for this position will be held on September 15, 2018 at MidState Technical College, 1001 Centerpoint Drive, Stevens

Point, WI  54481.  Time(s) TBD.  Photo ID must be presented for testing.

 

Qualifications:

Firefighters are appointed by the Chief from the eligibility list established by the Police and Fire Commission.  They shall

serve a 12-24 month probationary period with the reservation that at any time during the 12-24 month probationary period,

they may be removed from the Department.

 

For all hires, the City shall make it a condition of employment that such new hires be Paramedics.  Such new hires will be

required to proceed with all necessary requirements to become Nationally Registered Paramedics.  New hires must then

remain qualified and active as Nationally Registered Paramedics or be terminated.

 

SPFD Hiring Requirements:

At least 18 years of age.

Have a High School Diploma or GED-HSEC

Gave a valid driver's license.

Have an Associate Degree OR 60 college-level credits (in Fire Protection, Fire Science, Paramedic or related field).

Be a Nationally Registered and State of WI licensed EMT-Paramedic (or eligible for same).  Must have National Registry to

receive offer of employment.

Have Firefighter II certification (WTCS Board of IFSAC Accredited).

Agree to live in Portage County within six months of successful completion of probationary period.

Be Driver Operated Pumper certified (not required, but preferred).

Be driver Operated Aerial certified (not required, but preferred).

 

62. Telecommunicator (Part-Time)

 

Attn: Justin Schoenemann, Assistant City Administrator

City of Mequon

11333 N. Cedarburg Road

Mequon, WI 53092

Phone: 262-236-2942

 

Salary: $19,346 - $26,174 (Dependent on qualifications); Wisconsin retirement fund; Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick

leave; Dental; Paid holidays; Clothing allowance; Deferred compensation; Education incentive pay; Vacation

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 4:00 PM

 

Fill Vacancy

 

Responsibilities:

This part-time position is a point of contact for 911 emergency & admin calls. Dispatchers are responsible for dispatching

Police, Fire, & EMS to various incidents throughout the City. This position regularly uses telephone, radio & Prophoenix

systems to facilitate up-to-date records.

 

Qualifications:

U.S. citizen; High school diploma; One year of experience performing clerical functions comparable to those mentioned above.

 

63. Telecommunicator (Full-Time, Part-Time)

 

Attn: Captain Paul Wallace

Jefferson County Sheriff's Office

411 S. Center Avenue

Jefferson, WI 53549

Phone: 929-674-8624

E-mail: paulw@jeffersoncountywi.gov

 

Salary: $17.80/hour; Wisconsin retirement fund; Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave; Dental; Paid holidays - 10;

Clothing allowance; Deferred compensation; Vacation

Deadline: 8/31/18 @ 4:30 PM

 

Fill Vacancy and Establish Eligibility List

 

Qualifications:

U.S. citizen; Minimum age - 18; Driver license; Good driving record; High school diploma; No felony 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; 2 to 3 years customer

service experience.

 

64. Correction/Communication Officer

 

Attn: Joseph R. Konrath, Chief Deputy

Marquette County Sheriff's Office

67 W. Park Street

P.O. Box 630

Montello, WI 53949

Phone: 608-297-2115

Fax: 608-297-9045

E-mail: jkonrath@co.marquette.wi.us

 

Salary: $18.88 - $22.21/hour (Dependent on qualifications); Wisconsin retirement fund; Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick

leave; Dental; Paid holidays - 11; Clothing allowance; Deferred compensation; Vacation

Deadline: 9/3/18 @ 4:00 PM

 

Establish Eligibility List

 

Qualifications:

U.S. citizen; Minimum age - 18; Driver license; Good driving record; Good physical condition; High school diploma; No felony

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

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

words per minute - 40; 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.