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WSCJTC Positions

 
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BLEA TAC Officer Openings
Burien

WSCJTC Position Description: TAC Officers provide full-time services to the Commission, coordinating and conducting Washington State’s Basic Law Enforcement Academy programs under the direction of the BLEA Commander and Assistant Commander. The position of TAC Officer is one of hard work, immense importance, and high reward. Candidates for this position will be evaluated in four main areas: General Abilities as an Employee/Team Member Emotional Intelligence Teaching Abilities Role Modeling/Mentoring Each TAC officer is responsible for delivering instruction in one or more core blocks and assisting in scenario based/reality based training. Principal Responsibilities: TAC Officers act as the immediate supervisors for the BLEA students and are responsible for: Recruit Training (classroom, practical, mock scene, homework) Academy Curriculum (implementation, development, research, update, testing) Acting as a Role Model (attitude, ethics, professionalism, self-improvement) Administrative Duties (first-line supervisor, maintain files, injury tracking, scheduling, counseling) Discipline (maintain order and academy atmosphere, group and individual motivation, investigate rule violations) Teaching Traditions & Customs (Chain of Command, drill, inspections, courtesy) Time Management (scheduling, flexibility, back-up instruction, multi-tasking)Other Duties as AssignedDesirable Qualifications: This position is open to any currently commissioned law enforcement officer in the state with a minimum of five (5) years experience. The ideal candidate will meet the following criteria: An understanding of adult teaching and learning methods. (During the interview process, candidates will be expected to demonstrate their skills and knowledge in this area.) Two (2) years experience in implementing training programs, including hands-on training, specific to training law enforcement personnel (experience as a FTO/PTO will meet this requirement). Meets or exceeds department performance evaluations for the past four (4) years.No sustained use of force complaints in the last three (3) years. Any sustained citizen complaints in the last three (3) years must be satisfactorily explained. The successful candidate should also have the following knowledge, skills, and abilities: Knowledge of: The criminal justice system Adult learning styles and principles Training and instruction principles, content and methodology Curriculum development WSCJTC Agency mission, goals, and objectives Problem solving: analysis and strategies Federal, state, and local laws; ordinances and regulations State, county, and municipal criminal justice agencies Cultural diversity Skills for: Effective communication/negotiation Page 3 of 3 REVISED 2015-04 Facilitation/instruction Problem solving: analysis and strategy implementation Public relations Basic computer applications (Microsoft Office Suite) Ability to: Identify cost-effective approaches to responsibilities Act as role model to recruit officers Work with little or no supervision Effectively develop and utilize resources Manage multiple tasks Promote a cooperative work environment Speak publicly Application Process: Candidates wishing to be considered for this position must forward the following: 1. Letter of interest, including a description of how the desirable qualifications are met; as well as which core block you are interested in teaching. Core blocks are annotated on the WSCJTC website. 2. Resume 3. Three (3) personal references; and 4. Letter of support from their sponsoring agency. The application package must be submitted to: Assistant Commander Mark Best Basic Law Enforcement Academy 19010 1st Avenue South Burien, WA 98148 Upon review and acceptance of this package, qualified candidates will be contacted and notified about the next phase of the screening process. The next phase of the screening process may include: on-site visit, written exercise, oral board and/or classroom instruction. Please feel free to contact Assistant Commander Best at (206) 835-7357, mbest@cjtc.state.wa.us or Commander Bowen at 206-835-7330, rbowen@cjtc.state.wa.us with requests for further information or clarification. Click here for more information (ad posted 05-11-16)

Information Technology Technician 2
Burien

WSCJTC WSCJTC Job Opening: Information Technology Technician 2 The Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission is seeking a highly motivated and qualified individual for full-time state employment as an Information Technology Technician 2 in Burien. Distinguishing Characteristics of the position: The Information Technology Technician 2 (ITT2) position will report directly to the Information Technology Manager. The position will serve as an IT help desk technician to the employees, stakeholders, customers, and recruits to the agency. Serve as tier 1 for all technical needs. Assist IT Manager and ITS2s when needed. The ITT2 will troubleshoot and consult computer related issues, provide guidance, and advice when needed. Install desktop operating systems, software applications, setting up network mapped drive shares, and routinely apply patches to outdated software or applications. On a daily basis, assist customers to the agency using classroom technology: Connectivity to classroom project, audio, and wireless access. Stage setup with microphones and streaming. Able to independently troubleshoot network related issues involving LAN and Wireless connectivity. ITT2 will need to have the ability to work in a fast paced environment, able to easily adjust, and accommodate to the various needs from customers and stakeholders. Able to stay organized and complete assignments on time. The ITT2 candidate will be a team player, able to communicate and work with non-technical users, and committed to assisting and providing agency’s core values and mission statement: Mission statement: Establish high standards and exceptional training to ensure that criminal justice professionals in Washington State have the knowledge and skills to safely and effectively protect the life, liberty, and property of the people they serve. Values: Leadership, Integrity, Dignity, and Accountability Common work related tasks: - Classroom setups: Laptop, projector, and audio setup and configuration for classroom presentations. - Diagnose and resolve common computer hardware/software issues. - Perform computer system related testing and deployment of systems with little supervision. - Maintain system images and deploy images to new computers. - Utilize Service Desk solution (Online ticketing system) to manage workload, address issues and tasks. - At times, projects or duties that are assigned by the IT Manager. Qualifications: - Required: o High school diploma o 2-3 years of IT help desk on the job work experience o A solid understanding of common technology standards, such as A+ and Net+ as well as workstation operating systems such as: Windows 7, 8, and 10. o At least 2 years of ? Computer and peripheral equipment: Troubleshooting and resolving technical issues. ? Computer setup, testing, and deployment. ? Document work: Provide detailed reports via email or through Service Desk. - Preferred/Desired Qualifications o A+ or Net+ certified o Information technology related experience with testing, installing, maintaining, supporting, and/or averting hardware/software system failures on client applications, hardware and software products, mainframe systems, network infrastructure equipment, or telecommunications software or hardware. o Ability to stay focused, multitask, and adjust to the environment. Work independently. o Experience with Microsoft Office applications. Working conditions: - Monday-Friday start time 7am end time 3:30pm. - Travel requirements: Main office in Burien, Washington. Travel to satellite office in Lacey when needed. - Tools and equipment: Standard office equipment. Computer/laptop, computer hardware tools. - Customer interactions: Frequent daily – Employees, recruits, stakeholders, and customers. Compensation: This position is in Washington General Service Range 42 and pays $2,925 to $3,807per month. Benefits include state retirement plans; deferred compensation; 11 paid holidays annually; paid vacation and sick leave; and an array of health, dental, life, and long-term disability insurance. For information on state employee benefits see pebb.hca.wa.gov. The position is in the WFSE bargaining unit and must pay union dues. Application Process: Please send a cover letter, chronological resume with salary history, and references to HR Manager Sonja Peterson at speterson@cjtc.state.wa.us. Only electronic applications will be accepted. We must receive all materials no later than 4 PM on Thursday, September 29, 2016. We expect the ITT 2 to start by December 1, 2016. If you have questions regarding this announcement please email Sonja Peterson. (ad posted 09-21-16)  

Support

 
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Records Support Specialist
Issaquah

Issaquah Police Department Minimum Salary: $4,012.00 per month Maximum Salary: $5,116.00 per month Posted Date: September 21, 2016 Open until filled. (Open to current employees and the general public.) Apply now by visiting GovJobsToday.com! Job Summary Are you looking for exciting work challenges and a great work environment? Then think about joining our team! The City of Issaquah is seeking a reliable, dedicated individual to fill the position of Records Support Specialist in the Issaquah Police Department. This position provides crucial support to on-the-ground law enforcement, including maintaining officer reports, filing documents for prosecution of criminals, and serving as a substitute emergency dispatcher. We are looking for someone with integrity, can adapt to changing laws and technology, is self-motivated, cohesive and displays initiative. Essential Job Functions • Accesses police records management system and enters calls for service • Performs data entry to update case reports, miscellaneous reports, and other forms generated by police officers • Works closely with citizens at front window, manages lobby traffic • Processes requests for copies of reports from citizens, insurance companies, attorneys and outside agencies including processing public records requests • Collects and accounts for money from the front window; makes out receipts • Processes firearms background checks for gun transfers, CPL’s and evidence release accessing multiple data bases • Processes jail visitor requests • Files pertinent documents for criminal prosecution with appropriate legal agencies • Assists with crime statistics / NIBRS • Processes requests for 911 recordings and police radio traffic recordings • Processes department video requests • Responsible for all city incoming mail and department faxes • Assist with department records retention and destruction • Supports corrections officers, dispatchers, administrative staff and police officers Qualifications Education and Experience • High school diploma or G.E.D. and one year of records keeping experience, preferably in a police agency. • Successful completion of the Basic Dispatcher Course as administered by the Criminal Justice Training Commission (or comparable). • Experience as a dispatcher or responder in a public safety agency highly desired. • Any other combination of education and experience which would provide the applicant with the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the work will be considered. Licenses and Certifications • Successful completion of ACCESS certification training course (Level II). • No felony or repeat misdemeanor convictions, including repeat traffic offenses. Candidates will be required to undergo a criminal background investigation. • Valid WA state driver's license with driving record free of frequent or serious violations. How to Apply For more information and to apply, visit GovJobsToday.com Click here for more information (ad posted 09-22-16)  

Support Services Specialist (50% evidence-50% animal control)
Clarkston

Clarkston Police Dept Clarkston Civil Service will be accepting completed application to test to establish an eligibility list for Support Services Specialist (50% Animal Control-50% Evidence Specialist officer). Starting salary $2,827 - $3,164 per month. REQUIRED: must have one year experience as a commissioned police officer OR currently certified as a WA state reserve police officer OR a civilian working in evidence or property control OR equivalent combination of experience and training. CLOSING DATE OCTOBER 14, 2016 AT 5 P.M. No application will be accepted after that date and time. For application call Civil Service Chief Examiner at (509) 758-8039 (ad posted 09-21-16)  

VICTIM ADVOCATE
Seattle

University of Washington Police Department The University of Washington (UW) is proud to be one of the nation’s premier educational and research institutions. Our people are the most important asset in our pursuit of achieving excellence in education, research, and community service. Our staff not only enjoy outstanding benefits and professional growth opportunities, but also an environment noted for diversity, community involvement, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits, and natural beauty. “At 3 o’clock in the morning, we are here for you.” The University of Washington campus is a beautiful campus. It takes the commitment of our police force, security personnel and the involvement of the community to create a safe and secure environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. The University of Washington Police Department (“UWPD”)is committed to involving the community in solving crime problems through community policing practices and keeping the community educated as to safe practices to protect individuals and their property. This also requires a commitment from the community in helping us by taking responsibility in reporting crimes, suspicious activities, and practicing good and practical crime prevention techniques. As an agency of the university community, UWPD provides law enforcement to the largest college and stadium in Washington State. It also provides security to visiting dignitaries and during demonstrations. The Police Department serves a vital role in the safety, security, and success of the University of Washington. Its purpose is to serve and protect the students, staff, faculty and all people and property within the jurisdiction of that community. Police officers and personnel are on duty 24 hours a day, every day of the year, and their services and facilities are available at all times. The University Police department has the exclusive responsibility to act upon law-enforcement matters and perform police functions for the main campus of the University of Washington, Seattle. The UWPD supports the University's academic and research Mission by protecting the life and property of our citizens and visitors. Our Vision is that the University is a diverse and ever-changing community. This requires constant efforts by the Police Department to partner with and educate the community to deter, reduce and solve crimes, and to resolve issues through modern policing. This will be accomplished through: a) strengthening our partnership with the community through community-oriented policing practices; b) achieving operational excellence through improving efficiency in operations and aligning services with resources; and c) pursuing innovation through the responsible use of current technology. UWPD has an outstanding opportunity for a Victim Advocate to be responsible for assisting victims and their families in identifying the appropriate resources both on and off campus including information about the investigative process, counseling and health services, housing, court accompaniment, legal assistance; restitution and measures to help protect against re-victimization. The Victim Advocate will work closely with Student Life, the Violence Prevention and Response Program, the Title IX Office of the UW Compliance Services and other university departments to contribute to a coordinated community response to violence, threats of violence, harassment and other behaviors of concern. The position primarily provides advocacy for a victim’s right to self-determination, so working when there are opposing viewpoints is often necessary. The position serves as the on-campus resource for faculty and staff on the Seattle UW campus who have concerns about dating violence, domestic violence, sexual assault and stalking, or other related behaviors of concern. The Victim Advocate will be expected to evaluate and respond to the needs of (an) individual(s) despite a multitude of complex and unpredictable situations involving relationship violence in which the victims will often be in fear of serious bodily injury or even death. During these complex and unpredictable situations meeting the needs of a victim may include such things as transportation, safe housing, medical needs, academic needs, and safety planning. Duties and Responsibilities: Initial Contact with Victim and Dissemination of Information • Make initial contact with victim; gather information regarding the case and analyze data to determine future risks and appropriate follow-up activities; • Respond regardless of whether or not a victim decides to file a report with UWPD or another law enforcement agency; • Ensure 24 hour availability of services for victims; • Connect requests for service with the correct resources and verify that appropriate follow-up occurs; • Keep victims apprised of the status and disposition of cases; refer individuals to other criminal justice agencies and public or private agencies to obtain supportive services; identify need for emergency intervention and notify proper authorities; • Support secondary victims; families, roommates and others that may be impacted by an individual’s victimization; • Coordinate the forwarding of cases with the assistance of the Criminal Investigations Bureau (CIB) Lieutenant for further investigation to appropriate UW department; * Explain the rights and options around University's Title IX investigation process. Assistance Through the Legal Process • Assist victims of violent crime and relationship violence both mentally and physically through the complex legal processes, such as: obtaining restraining orders, protection orders, and anti-harassment orders, in addition to coordinating possible medical exams; • Inform victims of their rights, court procedures, protection alternatives, case status and disposition, eligibility for crime victim programs, and community resources; • Physically take victims to court appearances and arrange meetings with police officers, detectives, prosecutors and other persons in the criminal justice system as needed; • Work collaboratively with the victim and the crime prevention unit to increase awareness, consider safety planning and increase the opportunity for a safe and secure environment; • Prepare written correspondence and reports as needed; • Serve as liaison between the victim (and/or victim’s family), law enforcement, prosecutors, King County Superior Court, King County District, and organizations providing emergency housing, counseling, and crime victim's compensation; Logistical Services • Escort victims to courtroom and help acclimatize them for their participation in the criminal justice system; provide support during testimony at all phases of the trial process; • Transport or assist in arranging transportation to services for victim and/or victim’s family members; • Assist with return of victim’s property by verifying with the appropriate court that a case has been adjudicated, then obtain authorization for release from the case detective and contact the evidence unit to work out the details regarding the transfer of property. • Monitor cases and provide follow-up assistance as necessary; • Maintain contact information with police agencies, courts, prosecutors and correctional facilities (jails) regarding the status of individuals; • Notify victims when advised an offender is released from custody; Educating the Community and Staying Current on Changes in the Legal System and Advocacy Services • Provide information to the University and surrounding community regarding the victim advocacy program; • Develop and update departmental policies and procedures regarding domestic violence, workplace violence, and victim's rights. Will assist in the development of University of Washington Administrative Policy Statements as necessary and testify as required at hearings in support of the policy changes; • Stay abreast of laws and issues affecting crime victims and disseminate information as appropriate; maintain constant communication and interaction with students, faculty staff and general public; those involved in the criminal justice system and others involved in victim services throughout the city, county, state and country for the purpose of information sharing and victim referral; Tracking the Results of Incidents and Services Provided • Document case activity such as information and referrals provided, case history information received, court dates and dispositions; • Maintain records of contacts to produce monthly, quarterly, and annual reports; • Maintain required confidentiality of case information and records; • Conduct on-going research of trends and best practices in violence prevention and intervention; Perform other duties as assigned. Competitive candidates will possess sound independent judgment while working with a wide variety of victims; with varying languages, cultures, assorted mental states, and all levels of society. Inherent to success in this position is excellent organizational and time management skills. REQUIREMENTS: • Bachelor's degree (Master's preferred) in social services, human services, criminal justice or related field • Two years’ experience working with relationship violence victims in an advocacy field, and work within the legal system. • Demonstrated ability to demonstrate knowledge and understanding of violence prevention and intervention, including sexual assault/relationship violence issues and strong theoretical and practical understanding of interpersonal violence. • Knowledge of Crime Victim Compensation laws. • Strong written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills to include comfort with public speaking. • Basic computer skills. Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration. TO VIEW THE POSTING IN ITS ENTIRETY AND TO APPLY: -please visit uw.edu/… -click FIND A JOB -enter Req #137743 in the search box The University of Washington is a leader in environmental stewardship & sustainability, and committed to becoming climate neutral. The University of Washington is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. To request disability accommodation in the application process, contact the Disability Services Office at 206-543-6450 / 206-543-6452 (tty) or dso@uw.edu. (ad posted 09-23-16)  

Security

 
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Operations Support Assistant / Dispatcher
Tacoma

University of Puget Sound University of Puget Sound Operations Support Assistant / Dispatcher Job ID: 3032 Location: Security Full/Part Time: Full-Time Regular/Temporary: Position Description: This full-time position performs daytime (Monday through Friday, 0800 - 1600) office activities that support Security Services mission and functions. Primary office activities include two-way radio dispatching, maintaining call and incident response records, and campus fire, burglar alarm, and surveillance camera monitoring. The position supports the campus parking and key control programs, lost and found, card access system and door programing, organizing room reservation requests, and other general office duties as assigned. The positions assists walk-in customers and responds to telephone inquiries. The position interacts with Tacoma Police and Fire Departments via two-way radio and telephone to request and direct routine and emergency response to campus. The person in this position must develop effective working relationships with co-workers and student staff members. They must work effectively and efficiently with little supervision in a high pace and sometimes stressful environment. Attention to customer service is a priority. The person in this position plays an important role in supporting Security Services response to all campus emergencies and must demonstrate confidence with this ability. Responsibilities: • Answers telephone for Security Services, Facilities Services, Conference Services and the campus operator. • Dispatches via two-way radio routine, priority, and emergency calls to Security and Facilities staff. • Communicates regularly via telephone or two-way radio with Tacoma Police and Fire Departments and serves as the primary link between on-duty security staff and these emergency response services. • Monitors campus fire and burglar alarm systems, the 911 call monitoring computer, surveillance cameras and dispatches security officers as necessary to emergency, priority and routine calls for service. • Greets customers and visitors and provides information over the telephone and in person. • May take information over the phone or in person to complete incident reports. • Operates university emergency mass communication systems (Talk-A-Phone towers and Security Alert) to provide timely notification to the campus community in the event of an emergency. • Assists with room reservation requests, parking registrations, key control, and lost and found as needed, • Troubleshoots and assists customers with card access failures and assigns building access as necessary. Assist with building opening and closing programming. • Maintains a running shift log and performs general office duties such as; filing, data entry and facilities repair requests. • This position will assist in directing the work of 2-3 work-study students. • Regular and predictable attendance is an essential function of this job. • Performs other duties as assigned. Qualifications: • Two or more years of related work experience in the Security field is preferred. • Experience with PeopleSoft or other oracle programs is desirable. • Experience with card access control systems is desirable. • Proficient user of computers and computer software. • Prior working experience with databases (Access control, Oracle, Boss, etc.) • Strong critical thinking, debugging and troubleshooting skills. • Ability to multi-task and prioritize work flow. • Ability to work in fast paced work environment. • Excellent customer service skills. • Demonstrated ability to form effective working relationships with multiple constituent groups. • Ability to work independently. • Valid/Ability to obtain Washington State driver's license and First Aid and CPR certifications. Diversity Statement • We acknowledge the richness of commonalities and differences we share as a university community; the intrinsic worth of all who work and study here; that education is enhanced by investigation of and reflection upon multiple perspectives. • We aspire to create respect for and appreciation of all persons as a key characteristic of our campus community; to increase the diversity of all parts of our University community through commitment to diversity in our recruitment and retention efforts; to foster a spirit of openness to active engagement among all members of our campus community. • We act to achieve an environment that welcomes and supports diversity; to ensure full educational opportunity for all who teach and learn here; to prepare effectively citizen-leaders for a pluralistic world. Puget Sound is committed to an environment that welcomes and supports diversity. We seek diversity of identity, thought, perspective, and background in our students, faculty, and staff. To learn more please visit: pugetsound.edu/about/diversity-at-puget-sound/ Compensation and Benefits: Decisions about starting salaries are made based on the extent and relatedness of the candidate's education and experience and on internal equity and market considerations. This position is exempt from the provisions of the Fair Labor Standards Act. Puget Sound offers a generous benefits package. For more information, visit: pugetsound.edu/about/offices--services/human-resources/overview-of-university-benefit/. Application Deadline: Search and selection procedures will be closed when a sufficient number of qualified candidates have been identified. Required Documents: When prompted to upload required documents, please upload resume. All additional documents can be uploaded within the application before submission. Applications submitted without the required attachments will not be considered. • Resume • Letter of Interest • List of three (3) professional references All offers of employment are contingent on successful completion of a background inquiry and if applicable for the position, drug screen, physical test and functional assessment. The University of Puget Sound is an equal opportunity employer. How to Apply For complete job description and application instructions, visit: apptrkr.com/… About Puget Sound Puget Sound is a selective national liberal arts college in Tacoma, Washington, drawing 2,600 students from 48 states and 20 countries. Puget Sound graduates include Rhodes and Fulbright scholars, notables in the arts and culture, entrepreneurs and elected officials, and leaders in business and finance locally and throughout the world. A low student-faculty ratio provides Puget Sound students with personal attention from faculty who have a strong commitment to teaching and offer 1,200 courses each year in more than 40 traditional and interdisciplinary fields, including graduate programs in occupational and physical therapy and in education. Puget Sound is the only nationally ranked independent undergraduate liberal arts college in Western Washington, and one of just five independent colleges in the Pacific Northwest granted a charter by Phi Beta Kappa, the nation’s most prestigious academic honorary society. Visit "About Puget Sound" (pugetsound.edu/…) to learn more about the college. As a strategic goal and through our core values, University of Puget Sound is committed to an environment that welcomes and supports diversity. We seek diversity of identity, thought, perspective, and background in our students, faculty, and staff. EOE/AA jeid-8cad86520694984fb8455325336a8712 (ad posted 06-30-16)

$30/hr Ret., Res. or Full-time Officer Wanted
Seattle

Security Services NW $30/hr Hiring Ret./Reserve/Full-time LEO Officers - Seattle, Auburn, Lacy, Marysville, Federal Way, Burien, Renton, and Tumwater! Security Services NW, Inc. (SSNW) is currently recruiting Full-time, Retired or Reserve law enforcement officers for several special armed security projects in Washington State. Applicants must be Full-Time LEO, Reserve Officer or have Retired law enforcement credentials. Having your security license for Washington is a plus, but not required. SSNW training staff can provide the necessary training and licensing. We have shifts available seven days per week at multiple locations (see above). Hours will be 0700-1500 and 1500-2300. Please only respond to this posting if you are a current Full-Time, Retired law enforcement or a current Reserve officer. (ad posted 08-08-16)

Police Officer and Deputy

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Lateral Sheriff Patrol Deputy
Benton County

Benton County Sheriff's Office The Benton County Sheriff’s Office accepts continuous applications for Lateral Patrol Deputy. The current salary range for Deputy is $4,946.00 - $6,254.00 monthly. To apply and/or see detailed information regarding this position, please go to the Benton County Website at co.benton.wa.us and click on the Job Opportunities tab. If you have any questions or require more information regarding Benton County Sheriff’s Office positions, please contact Tammy Dufault, Chief Examiner, at (509) 737-2777 or email her at tammy.dufault@co.benton.wa.us. Thank you for your interest in Benton County! (ad posted 03-02-16)

Entry Sheriff Patrol Deputy
Benton County

Benton County Sheriff’s Office Benton County currently contracts with Public Safety Testing to facilitate the application and testing process for Entry Level Sheriff Patrol Deputy. Continuous applications are accepted. If you would like to apply for this position, please visit Public Safety Testing’s website at publicsafetytesting.com. The current salary for Deputy is $4,946.00 - $6,254.00 monthly. If you have any questions or require more information regarding Benton County Sheriff’s Office positions, please contact Tammy Dufault, Chief Examiner, at (509) 737-2777 or email her at tammy.dufault@co.benton.wa.us. Thank you for your interest in Benton County! (ad posted 03-02-16)

Lateral/Exp Police Officer - CURRENT OPENING
Enumclaw

City of Enumclaw Lateral Level Police Officer $4913 - $6271. The City of Enumclaw continuously accepts applications for Lateral and Experienced Level Police Officers. At this time we will be filling a current vacancy. Successful candidates must hold a current peace officer certification and have been employed as a Police Officer within the past two years. Those applicants whose qualifications most closely correspond to the departments' current needs will be contacted via email (or phone if no email) to participate in the oral board process when scheduled. The city sends no formal notification to applicants who are not selected to continue in our process. If you meet these criteria, and would like to apply, please complete a city employment application and mail it to the address on the application. If you have any questions about our process please contact our Civil Service office at (360) 615-5737 or civilservice@ci.enumclaw.wa.us THE APPLICATION DEADLINE FOR THIS ROUND OF TESTING IS JULY 25, 2016 AT 12:00PM. ORAL BOARDS WILL BE HELD JULY 27, 2016 AT THE ENUMCLAW POLICE DEPARTMENT. (ad posted 06-23-16)

Lateral Entry Police Officer
Gig Harbor

Gig Harbor Police Department Gig Harbor PD is recruiting for experience lateral entry police officers. Please visit our website at cityofgigharbor.net/… for more information. For more information about Gig Harbor PD, please visit our video on YouTube: youtube.com/… Click here for more information (ad posted 08-16-16)

Lateral and Entry Level Police Officer
Clarkston

Clarkston Police Dept City of Clarkston Civil Service Commission will be accepting completed applications to test to establish an eligibility list for lateral police officer and for establishing an eligibility list for entry level police officer. Lateral officer salary $4,550 - $5,312 p/m; entry level officer $4,269-$5,312 p/m. Additional pay up to 5.5% in incentive pay, with additional specialty pay opportunities available. Closing date is October 7, 2016 at 5 pm. No application will be accepted after that date and time. For application call Eleanor at (509) 758-8039 or (208) 750-6336 $15 adm fee (ad posted 09-15-16)

Entry Level or Lateral Police Officer
Clyde Hill

Clyde Hill Police Department The City of Clyde Hill currently has a position open for an entry/lateral police officer. Qualifications include minimum age 21, high school graduate, current Washington State driver’s license, U.S. citizen, and no felony or domestic violence-related convictions. A criminal record may disqualify the candidate. Lateral applicants must be Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission 720 certified, with two years’ experience. A $20 MONEY ORDER must accompany your resume and letter of interest to the City of Clyde Hill Police Testing, 9605 NE 24th Street, Clyde Hill, Washington 98004. Close date: 9/30/16, Test date: 10/8/16 (ad posted 08-18-16)

Police Officer
McCleary

City of McCleary Please visit cityofmccleary.com for full job description. Click here for more information (ad posted 08-12-16)

Lateral Entry Police Officer
Tukwila

Tukwila Police Department The Tukwila Police Department is offering a $5,000 bonus which is available to lateral-entry police officers hired by the City of Tukwila. Half of the incentive will be paid at initial hiring, and the remaining half to be paid upon successful completion of the one-year probationary period. Starting salary for lateral-entry officers is $6,388. For more information regarding this position please contact v.masters@tukwilawa.gov and visit: tukwilawa.gov/departments/police/recruiting/ All applicants must (A) be 21 years of age or older at the time of employment; (B) Must have been employed as a commissioned officer on a full-time basis for a period of time exceeding 18 of the last 36 months at time of application and appointment. Out of state applicants must have the necessary training and experience to become certified with the Washington State Law Enforcement Training Commission. (ad posted 09-20-16)  

Entry & Lateral Level Police Officers
Bremerton

Bremerton Police Department bremertonwa.gov/169/… (ad posted 05-26-16)

Police Officer (Entry Level)
Bremerton

City of Bremerton Before filing an application with the City of Bremerton applicants must first apply and take the written and physical ability tests through publicsafetytesting.com. Click here for more information (ad posted 05-26-16)

Lateral Police Officer (Hiring Bonus)
Des Moines

Des Moines Police Department The City of Des Moines is offering a $7,000 hiring bonus to qualified lateral police officers, paid in two increments. Immediate Opening: The City of Des Moines, Washington, is seeking applications from Lateral Police Officer candidates to fill one immediate opening and other anticipated openings. Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as the City is updating the Lateral Police Officer eligibility list. If you have any questions about the position or the examination and selection process, please contact Vicki Sheckler, Civil Service Secretary, at 206-870-6553 or VSheckler@desmoineswa.gov. To Apply: Complete the online application at desmoineswa.applicantpro.com. Requirements: • Must be a commissioned law enforcement officer in good standing with at least 12 consecutive months such experience working for law enforcement agency. • Any lapse of employment as a full-time commissioned law enforcement officer shall not exceed the previous 24 months, calculated from the date of appointment with the City of Des Moines. • Washington applicants must have completed the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission (WSCJTC) Basic Law Enforcement Academy, and hold current certification. • Applicants from outside Washington must have successfully completed an equivalent training academy from a state that has reciprocity with the WSCJTC, and hold current certification; must successfully complete the WSCJTC Equivalency Academy and examination after appointment. • See additional requirements in the job announcement at desmoineswa.applicantpro.com/jobs/. Base Salary: $72,900 to $93,132; (2014 pay scale; contract not settled) Click here for more information (ad posted 06-29-16)

Entry Level Police Officer
Des Moines

Des Moines Police Department Job information Jurisdiction: City of Des Moines Job title: Entry Police Officer Employment type: Full Time Posted on: 4/6/2016 Salary: $58,764 to $93,132 (2014 wages, not settled) Close date description: Open until filled Job description Currently accepting Entry-level Police Officer applications via publicsafetytesting.com. An eligibility list may be established due to one immediate opening and other anticipated openings. Experience required Possession of valid Washington State Driver's License by the time of appointment. Must be at least 21 years of age at the time of application. Pursuant to RCW 41.12.070, must be a United States citizen who can read and write the English language. Education required High school diploma or GED. See job announcement for other requirements. Contact information Name: Vicki Sheckler Phone: 206-870-6553 Contact preference: Apply at publicsafetytesting.com Click here for more information (ad posted 06-29-16)

Police Officer
Taholah

Quinault Nation Police Department This is a law enforcement position and applicants are required to have the minimum qualifications required for all law enforcement positions by the Quinault Indian Nation. This position will provide enforcement patrols of the areas that reside within the Quinault Indian Nation Reservation boundaries. Duties include: Enforce Law & Order, Community oriented policing, investigations, and arrests. Basic police training and/or previous law enforcement experience desirable. Must have HS Diploma/GED; be at least 21 years old on commissioning; able to pass background check, drug, psychological, and polygraph tests. Must have no prior felony or domestic violence convictions, and no substance abuse convictions. Must have valid WA state driver’s license and good driving record, and have completed or be able to complete a certified law enforcement academy within 12 months. Applicant must be in good physical condition, able to patrol by foot and/or vehicle as needed. Benefits include paid holidays, medical, dental, vision, disability and 401K. Starting wages depending on experience range from $43,900 to 49,200 a year. OPEN UNTIL FILLED Supervisor: R Belcher (ad posted 07-03-16)

Resident Police Officer
Taholah

Quinault Naton Police Department QUEETS RESIDENT POLICE OFFICER Quinault Nation Police Department seeks one (1) Police Officer for the Queets village. This is a law enforcement position and applicants are required to have the minimum qualifications required for all law enforcement positions by the Quinault Indian Nation. This position will provide enforcement patrols of the areas that reside within the Quinault Indian Nation Reservation boundaries and require residency in the village of Queets in provided housing. Duties include: Enforce Law & Order, Community oriented policing, investigations, and arrests. Basic police training and/or previous law enforcement experience desirable. Must have HS Diploma/GED; be at least 21 years old on commissioning; able to pass background check, drug, psychological, and polygraph tests. Must have no prior felony or domestic violence convictions, and no history of substance abuse. Must have valid WA state driver’s license or be eligible to obtain one and have a good driving record, and have completed or be able to complete a certified law enforcement academy within 12 months. Applicant must be in good physical condition, able to patrol by foot and/or vehicle as needed. Benefits include paid holidays, medical, dental, vision, disability, housing and 401K. Starting wages depending on experience range from $43,900 to 49,200 a year. OPEN UNTIL FILLED Supervisor: R Belcher (ad posted 07-03-16)

Entry Level Police Officer
Port of seattle

Port of Seattle The Port of Seattle Police Department is a full-service department consisting of two divisions: Patrol and Administrative Services. Assignments available include Uniformed Patrol, Bicycle Patrol, Boat Patrol, Bomb Disposal, Criminal Investigations, Evidence Technician / Property Room Custodian, Dive Unit, FTO, Hostage Negotiation, Explosive Detection K-9, Narcotics K-9, Narcotics Task Force, Joint Terrorism Task Force, Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Task Force, and SWAT. We provide the primary law enforcement response within the geographical boundaries of the Port of Seattle, including Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and a portion of the surrounding residential and commercial properties. Port Police also patrol major portions of the Seattle waterfront and Elliott Bay. Having a jurisdiction that is primarily a port of entry provides daily opportunities to develop close working relationships with the Office of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs, U.S. Coast Guard, and the Transportation Security Administration. Patrol officers work a 3 12.5 hr a week schedule and bid for yearly schedules. To keep officer's skills sharp, 40 hours of annual in-service training is provided in addition to many local, regional, and national training opportunities. The employer provides uniforms (including cleaning service), footwear, and most patrol-related equipment. Washington Teamsters-Local 117 represents the officers. The Port of Seattle is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to diversity in the workplace. Area Information Population Size: 31 million + passengers per year, general public, tenants & employees at Seattle - Tacoma International Airport County: King testing starts at publicsafetytesting.com for this position, applicants must pass a written and physical agility test to be eligible to continue (ad posted 09-23-16)  

Lateral Police Officer
Renton

Renton Police Department The City of Renton invites applications for the position of Lateral Police Officer. Click here for more information (ad posted 12-22-15)

Entry Level Police Officer
Renton

Renton Police Department The City of Renton invites applications for the position of Entry Level Police Officer. Click here for more information (ad posted 12-22-15)

Lateral Officer/BLEA certified Officer
Ruston

Ruston Police The City of Ruston Police Department is currently taking applications for a lateral officer or BLEA certified officer for one current opening. contact publicsafetytesting.com (ad posted 05-09-16)

Police Officer - Lateral
Lacey

City of Lacey Applicants must have one (1) year of continuous law enforcement experience with a law enforcement agency as a full-time Police Officer and/or Detective within the last twelve (12) months to meet the minimum qualifications for this position. To view and/or apply: ci.lacey.wa.us/…. (ad posted 07-08-16)

Lateral Entry Police Officer
Medina

City of Medina MEDINA POLICE DEPARTMENT LATERAL POLICE OFFICER OPENING POSITION: Lateral Police Officer CLOSES: Applications will be reviewed upon receipt so candidates are encouraged to apply immediately. Open until filled. SALARY: $6,061 - $7073 per month, depending on education and experience. Anticipated 3% increase in 2017. Up to an additional 5% after twenty-four (24) months of satisfactory service and up to an additional 10% after thirty-six (36) months in Exemplary Service Pay. Holiday pay for 12 designated holidays. 4% night shift differential and 2% longevity pay for every four years of service up to 6%. JOB DESCRIPTION: Be a part of our team! We are actively recruiting for an Experienced Police Officer! Working for the Medina Police Department is a great opportunity to be part of the community. Police officers perform patrol and investigative functions, respond to emergency and routine calls, enforce laws, make arrests and provide general assistance to the public. Police Officers write reports, testify in court and engage the public in crime prevention, emergency preparedness and other community activities. Medina Police Officers perform duties in specialized assignments at the discretion of the Chief of Police. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: Lateral candidates must have a current Washington State Peace Officer Certification or meet the requirements for Peace Officer Certification. Lateral candidates must have a minimum of 24 months of full time law enforcement experience. APPLICATION PROCESS: Qualified applicants must submit a City of Medina Lateral/Entry Level Police Officer Application, cover letter and a resume. THE FORMAT USED TO ESTABLISH A CIVIL SERVICE ELIGIBILITY LIST FOR THE LATERAL POLICE OFFICER POSITION WILL BE THROUGH ADMINISTRATION OF THE BELOW LISTED WRITTEN EXAM AND THE ORAL BOARD EXAM. WRITTEN EXAM: Minimum passing score on the written exam is 75% and is subject to certification by the Medina Civil Service Commission. The written test will consist of a completed City of Medina Lateral/Entry Police Officer Application, resume and cover letter and based on the following criteria: • Commissioned Experience • Diversified Experience • Advance Training • Writing Ability • Education • Disciplinary History • Accomplishments • Awards ORAL BOARD EXAM: Those candidates who pass the written exam will proceed to the Oral Board. The Oral Board will be comprised of Medina Police Department personnel. ELIGIBILITY LIST: The Department anticipates certification of a Lateral Police Officer Eligibility list shortly after the completion of the Oral Board Exams. TO APPLY: Please submit your completed Police Officer application along with your cover letter and resume via email to: shall@medina-wa.gov or mail to: City of Medina Attn: Sunita Hall – Civil Service Secretary |501 Evergreen Point Road |Medina, WA 98039 medina-wa.gov The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the principal functions of this position, Salary: $6,061 - $7073 per month, depending on education and experience. Anticipated 3% increase in 2017. Up to an additional 5% after twenty-four (24) months of satisfactory service and up to an additional 10% after thirty-six (36) months in Exemplary Service Pay. Holiday pay for 12 designated holidays. 4% night shift differential and 2% longevity pay for every four years of service up to 6%. Click here for more information (ad posted 09-09-16)

Entry Sheriff Patrol Deputy
Benton County

Benton County Sheriff’s Office Benton County currently contracts with Public Safety Testing to facilitate the application and testing process for Entry Level Sheriff Patrol Deputy. Continuous applications are accepted. If you would like to apply for this position, please visit Public Safety Testing’s website at publicsafetytesting.com. The current salary for Deputy is $4,946.00 - $6,254.00 monthly. If you have any questions or require more information regarding Benton County Sheriff’s Office positions, please contact Tammy Dufault, Chief Examiner, at (509) 737-2777 or email her at tammy.dufault@co.benton.wa.us. Thank you for your interest in Benton County! (ad posted 03-02-16)

Lateral Officer
Issaquah

Issaquah Police Department City of Issaquah POLICE OFFICER -LATERAL /continuous testing for multiple openings. Open until filled. Minimum Salary: $5,671.00 per month Maximum Salary: $7,268.00 per month. Open to current employees and the general public. This recruitment is to establish an eligibility list for multiple vacancies. Officers perform patrol functions that support the department’s community-oriented policing efforts. These activities include enforcing laws, community problem solving, arrests, booking and transport of defendants, report writing, traffic enforcement, responding to routine and emergency calls, testifying in court and crime prevention activities. The Issaquah Police Department is a progressive professional agency. The Department practices community-oriented policing with specialty programs in bike patrol,traffic/motorcycle, major crimes and narcotics detectives. Patrol officers are assigned to one of four squads, reporting to a Sergeant. Patrol Officers are eligible to receive up to an additional 10% bonus pay. Patrol officers work a schedule consisting of four 12 hour shifts, two day shifts and two night shifts(6 am – 6p.m.; 6p.m. – 6a.m.), followed by four days off. Those who show by their applications that they meet the minimum requirements may be invited to participate in the testing process. Qualified applicants will be notified of the exact time and location for oral board interviews. The successful candidates must then pass the medical and physical examinations, including a drug screen, polygraph test, psychological examination, and extensive background check. For more information go to the cities website at Issaquahwa.gov and to apply go to Govjobstoday.com. If you have any questions contact Sgt. Ryan Raulerson at 425-837-3238, Officer Troy Kemp at 425-837-3294 or email at policerecruiting@issaquahwa.gov. (ad posted 06-03-16)

Academy Graduate Level Police Officer
Des Moines

Des Moines Police Department POLICE OFFICER – ACADEMY GRADUATE Immediate Opening: The City of Des Moines, Washington, is seeking applications to fill one immediate Police Officer opening and other anticipated openings. Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as the City is updating the Police Officer Academy Graduate eligibility list. If you have any questions about the position or the examination and selection process, please contact Vicki Sheckler, Civil Service Secretary, at 206-870-6553 or VSheckler@desmoineswa.gov Requirements: • Must be a graduate of the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission (WSCJTC) Basic Law Enforcement Academy; OR • A trainee currently attending the WSCJTC Academy who has successfully completed the Academy mid-term examination and is scheduled for graduation from the Academy within 60 days of applying; OR • A graduate of an equivalent training academy from a state that has reciprocity with the WSCJTC; must successfully complete the WSCJTC Equivalency Academy and examination after appointment. • See additional requirements in the job announcement at desmoineswa.applicantpro.com/jobs/. To Apply: Complete the online application at desmoineswa.applicantpro.com. Click here for more information (ad posted 04-07-16)

Lateral Police Officer
Port of seattle

Port of Seattle The Port of Seattle Police Department is a full-service department consisting of two divisions: Patrol and Administrative Services. Assignments available include Uniformed Patrol, Bicycle Patrol, Boat Patrol, Bomb Disposal, Criminal Investigations, Evidence Technician / Property Room Custodian, Dive Unit, FTO, Hostage Negotiation, Explosive Detection K-9, Narcotics K-9, Narcotics Task Force, Joint Terrorism Task Force, Immigrations and Customs Enforcement Task Force, and SWAT. We provide the primary law enforcement response within the geographical boundaries of the Port of Seattle, including Seattle-Tacoma International Airport and a portion of the surrounding residential and commercial properties. Port Police also patrol major portions of the Seattle waterfront and Elliott Bay. Having a jurisdiction that is primarily a port of entry provides daily opportunities to develop close working relationships with the Office of Homeland Security, U.S. Customs, U.S. Coast Guard, and the Transportation Security Administration. Patrol officers work a 3 12.5 hr a week schedule and bid for yearly schedules. To keep officer's skills sharp, 40 hours of annual in-service training is provided in addition to many local, regional, and national training opportunities. The employer provides uniforms (including cleaning service), footwear, and most patrol-related equipment. Washington Teamsters-Local 117 represents the officers. The Port of Seattle is an Equal Opportunity Employer and is committed to diversity in the workplace. Area Information Population Size: 31 million + passengers per year, general public, tenants & employees at Seattle - Tacoma International Airport County: King testing starts at publicsafetytesting.com for this position, applicants must pass a written and physical agility test to be eligible to continue. (ad posted 09-23-16)  

Entry/Lateral Police Officer
Kennewick

Kennewick Police Department Website: go2kennewick.com/… Recruiting Video: youtu.be/… Apply Now: go2kennewick.com/go2kennewick/… Questions? Contact KPD-Recruiters@ci.kennewick.wa.us The City of Kennewick currently has 11 openings for Entry Level or Lateral Police Officers. Oral boards for the rest of 2016 will be held September 12, 13 & 16; and October 24, 25 & 28. To be considered for the oral board you must have your written, video and PAT tests completed no later than August 17 for September oral boards, and October 5 for October oral boards. Those who pass the written, video and PAT test will be scheduled for an oral board. More test dates for 2017 will be posted in January. Entry Salary Information: $76,778 to $99,180/Year (includes holiday pay) Monthly Salaries: Hire-$5984; 18 months-$6284; 30 months-$6659; 42 months-$7027 Career Development Program: Police Officer First Class: $7203 Senior Police Officer: $7449 Master Police Officer: $7730 Lateral Officer Salary Information: Start between $80,628 and $90,161. Benefit Information: Union Affiliation: Kennewick Police Officers Benefit Association, Medical, Dental, Vision Insurance, Annual Leave, Bereavement Leave, Deferred Compensation 457 Plan (with current 5% City contribution and no match required), Life Insurance, State Law Enforcement Officers and Fire Fighters (LEOFF 2) Retirement Plan, Employee Assistance Plan, Flex-Plan program. See additional benefits in the recruiting brochure: go2kennewick.com/go2kennewick/… Application Contact Person: Janelle Domarotsky at janelle.domarotsky@ci.kennewick.wa.us Or KPD-Recruiters@ci.kennewick.wa.us Department Information: The Kennewick Police Department is a high energy, progressive organization whose motto is, “Committed to Your Safety”. By implementing community oriented policing programs and working with the other city municipal departments our collective vision is, “One Team – One Future.” Our commitment to the citizens who live, work, and play in Kennewick to continue with the work of ”Leading the Way.” We are looking for reasonable, hardworking problem solvers who are ready to join our team! Our population is approximately 77,000 and growing daily. Kennewick is the retail-shopping hub for southeastern Washington and northeastern Oregon. We provide affordable housing and support services for the Hanford Nuclear Reservation, its many diverse contractors, employees, and their families. We are an agency of 125 employees with an authorized commissioned strength of 105 Officers. We have four divisions – the Patrol Division, the Criminal Investigations Division, the Special Services Division, and Administrative Services Division. City Information: The City of Kennewick is the largest of the Tri-Cities located in beautiful southeastern Washington State. A thriving city, Kennewick continues to be at the forefront for state-wide growth in almost every way. The retail hub for southeastern Washington, the city benefits from a talented labor pool, steady job market and low cost of living. With over 300 days of sunshine each year, Kennewick has also become a major tourist attraction. Nestled in the heart of Washington wine country, Kennewick boasts over 160 wineries within a 50 mile radius. Kennewick’s location along the Columbia River provides a variety of recreational activities including world-class fishing, birding, bike trails and parks. Find more city information here: visittri-cities.com/ (ad posted 08-05-16)

Academy Graduate Level Police Officer
Des Moines

Des Moines Police Department Des Moines Police Department POLICE OFFICER – ACADEMY GRADUATE Immediate Opening: The City of Des Moines, Washington, is seeking applications to fill one immediate Police Officer opening and other anticipated openings. Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as the City is updating the Police Officer Academy Graduate eligibility list. If you have any questions about the position or the examination and selection process, please contact Vicki Sheckler, Civil Service Secretary, at 206-870-6553 or VSheckler@desmoineswa.gov Requirements: • Must be a graduate of the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission (WSCJTC) Basic Law Enforcement Academy; OR • A trainee currently attending the WSCJTC Academy who has successfully completed the Academy mid-term examination and is scheduled for graduation from the Academy within 60 days of applying; OR • A graduate of an equivalent training academy from a state that has reciprocity with the WSCJTC; must successfully complete the WSCJTC Equivalency Academy and examination after appointment. • See additional requirements in the job announcement at desmoineswa.applicantpro.com/jobs/. To Apply: Complete the online application at desmoineswa.applicantpro.com. Click here for more information (ad posted 06-29-16)

Entry and Lateral Police Officers
Bainbridge

City of Bainbridge Island The City of Bainbridge Island holds continuous testing for entry level applicants via Public Safety Testing. Lateral applicants should complete the City's application form found on the website: bainbridgewa.gov/685/… Next oral interviews for lateral applicants: Wed, July 20, 2016 (ad posted 07-08-16)

Lateral / Entry Level Deputy Sheriff
Everett

Snohomish County Sheriff's Office A Snohomish County deputy sheriff patrols a diverse environment - from city to country - and performs a wide variety of jobs - from deterring crime to conducting investigations. The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office employs over 280 commissioned staff in a many different specialty units, including: • Motors • Marine • Dive • major crimes • K9 • Patrol • Property Crimes • CIU • SWAT • SIU Depending on assignment and experience, a Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office deputy will: • patrol unincorporated Snohomish County to deter and discover crimes • conduct crime scene investigations • enforce laws and ordinances • assist the public assistance • respond to crime scenes, secure the scene; interview victims and witnesses; gather and preserve evidence; arrest suspects; prepare required reports • investigate and report accidents; administer emergency first aid until aid car arrives • issue notices of infraction and citations to violators of state laws and county ordinances; serve warrants of arrest • interview and investigate citizen complaints; respond to inquiries; provide information to the public on laws and ordinances; assist in resolving problems; make referrals to appropriate agencies as necessary • guard prisoners at hospitals and/or in court; transport prisoners to and from jail and court • prepare required reports and maintain necessary records • testify as a credible witness in court as required • $54,890.88 to $71,874.59 annual salary • Salary may include college incentive pay, longevity pay and specialty pay if eligible • Choice of medical insurance plans • Fully paid dental, vision and basic life insurance for you and all of your dependents • Take home vehicle upon completion of field training • All uniforms and equipment provided • LEOFF 2 retirement • Optional deferred compensation program • Employee Assistance Program • Wellness Program and flexible spending account • Long term disability insurance through the Deputy Sheriff Association • Paid vacation, 10 holidays, and sick leave To apply visit sheriff.snoco.org (ad posted 07-08-16)

Lateral Police Officer
Redmond

City of Redmond City of Redmond in Washington is seeking experienced Police Officers to join our force. Qualifying candidates shall have completed the WA Basic Law Enforcement Academy or equivalent, 90 quarter/60 semester hours from a nationally accredited college or university, and have been employed as a full-time, sworn, law enforcement officer within the last five years. To apply and see the complete job announcement, please go to redmond.gov/…. (ad posted 09-02-16)

Lateral Police Officer
Montesano

Montesano Police Dept Open Continuously Click here for more information (ad posted 09-07-16)

Reserve Deputy
Ephrata

Grant County Sheriff's Office Grant County Sheriff’s Office – The Grant County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications from men and women who are looking for a challenging opportunity to serve their community or to get started in the field of law enforcement. Interested applicants must be 21 years of age or older, be a U.S. citizen, have obtained a High School Diploma or GED, been drug free for the previous five years, and must have no felony convictions. Since a Reserve will be a public servant, he/she must be an upstanding citizen with good moral and ethical standards. It is also required that applicants pass all areas of the testing procedure. Once accepted, Reserve Deputy Recruits attend the Basic Reserve Academy in Moses Lake Washington. This State Certified Reserve Academy is over 320 hours of classroom and practical training. Upon graduation, the Reserve Deputy is required to complete a field training program with Full-Time Commissioned Deputies. Reserve Deputies are required to volunteer 16 patrol hours per month. Applications will be reviewed and processed immediately this year for the next available Reserve Academy class. If you have questions or require more detailed information regarding this position, please contact Corporal Beau Lamens at blamens@grantcountywa.gov . Thank you for your interest in Grant County! (ad posted 09-17-16)

Lateral Police Officer
Coulee Dam

Town of Coulee Dam Minimum qualifications: High School Diploma or GED, Valid Washington State Driver’s License, US citizen, and 21 years of age. Successfully pass a Criminal History, Background Check, Drug test, Polygraph Examination, and a Law Enforcement Psychological Pre-Employment Evaluation. Written test needs to be completed through PublicSafetyTesting.com. Applications and information may be obtained by contacting the Town of Coulee Dam Clerk, Stefani Bowden, at 300 Lincoln Ave, Coulee Dam. WA 99116 or by emailing cdclerk@couleedam.org. Position open until filled. Please submit a letter of interest and resume along with application Salary$22.14 - $26.91 / hour (ad posted 08-26-16)

On-Call Municipal Court Marshal
Seattle

Seattle Municipal Court The Seattle Municipal Court (SMC) is one of the highest volume Courts of Limited Jurisdiction in the State of Washington with 12 judicial officers and over 200 staff. It was established in accordance with State law and is the judicial branch of government for the City. The Court is authorized by the State of Washington and the Seattle Municipal Code to hear and decide both criminal and civil matters. SMC, recognized for our proactive and innovative approach, is seeking experienced law enforcement or corrections officers for the position of On-call Court Marshal. Join the Court's specially-commissioned team as an on-call officer responsible for all aspects of security and creating a safe environment for defendants, the public, and Court employees. This high volume seeks to hire dedicated, agile, and motivated staff. An On-Call Court Marshal can be assigned to work 4 to 8 hour shifts Monday through Saturday between 7 AM and 6 PM with some holiday coverage assigned. The unit consists of 11 specially-commissioned officers with Sergeant Floyd Hickmon, Sergeant Ken Ahrens, and Chief Elisa Sansalone leading the team. The ideal candidate will have successfully completed a law enforcement or corrections academy and have three (3) years of full-time law enforcement or corrections experience. Applicants seeking temporary employment or to supplement their income are encouraged to apply. This is a long-term, on-going temporary position that provides coverage when our regular Court Marshals are absent. This recruitment is open continuous. To ensure consideration, please apply by July 29th, 2016. Applicants from this recruitment process may be considered for other part-time and full-time Court Marshal openings at the Court that may become available within the next six months. The entire recruitment process: application to start date takes approximately eight (8) months JOB RESPONSIBILITIES: Guard and protect prisoners, Court staff and the public in courtrooms, jail holding cells and court- related areas. Intervene and make arrests in potential incidents of violence or warrant service. Escort prisoners or detainees between secured facilities and courtrooms. Book out-of-custody defendants into jail and search holding cells for contraband on a regular basis. Monitor, assist, and oversee security screeners to ensure screening of the general public is conducted in a professional manner. Operate security devices: firearm, baton, Taser, etc. Act as first responder to fire alarms, bomb threats and various safety concerns, and assist with building evacuations. Complete incident and police type reports and various required paperwork. Successfully secure and maintain Seattle Police Department special commission which includes passing an annual firearm qualification. Work Environment/Physical Demands: Frequently exposed to individuals who are distraught, hostile, or abusive. QUALIFICATIONS: This position has a special commission issued by the Seattle Police Department (SPD) which requires all Court Marshal candidates to meet certain hiring standards. Please review the automatic and case-by-case disqualifiers to determine if you are qualified to submit your application for the On-Call Court Marshal position. SPD is interested in the applicant's life story as a complete picture. SPD understands that, at times, people encounter challenges in their lives. During the background investigation process, SPD will learn in great detail about those challenges, as well as the lessons learned and the life changes the applicant has made. It is imperative that you are forthcoming in your responses; honesty is expected throughout this process. Automatic Disqualifiers The following are automatic disqualifiers - applicants should not apply to our agency if any of the following apply: Criminal Record: Any adult felony conviction; any misdemeanor or felony conviction while employed in a criminal justice and/or law enforcement capacity; or any domestic violence conviction. Drug Use: MARIJUANA: An applicant has used Marijuana within twelve (12) months prior to the date of this application. COCAINE/CRACK: An applicant has used cocaine or crack within the ten (10) years prior to the date of this application. CLUB DRUGS: An applicant has used club drugs, such as, but not limited to: Ketamine, GHB, Rohypnol, or MDMA (ecstasy) within the five (5) years prior to the date of this application. HALLUCINOGENS: An applicant has used any Hallucinogens; PCP, Angel Dust, Wet, Phencyclidine, LSD, Mushrooms, or Psylocybin, within the ten (10) years prior to the date of this application. OPIATES: An applicant has used Opium, Morphine, or Heroin within the ten (10) years prior to the date of this application. STIMULANTS: An applicant has used Methamphetamine, Crank, Crystal, Ice, Speed, Glass, or Amphetamine within the ten (10) years prior to the date of this application. AEROSOLS: An applicant has inhaled aerosols, sometimes referred to as Huffing (paint) or Whippits (Nitrous Oxide) or used Khat within the five (5) years prior to the date of this application. An applicant has used four (4) or more controlled substances within the ten (10) years prior to the date of this application. An applicant has used any illegal drug(s) while employed in a criminal justice and/or law enforcement capacity. An applicant has manufactured or cultivated illegal drug(s) for the purpose of the sales/ marketing of the drug(s). An applicant has sold or facilitated the sale of illegal drugs. Case-by-Case Disqualifiers The following are behaviors that will be given case-by-case consideration. Military Discharge: Any discharge from any military service other than honorable circumstances (fair employment laws apply). Traffic Record: An applicant's driving record will be thoroughly assessed and may be a factor for disqualification. Examples of infractions/traffic crimes that may be disqualifying include: Driving While Intoxicated (DWI), reckless driving or hit and run driving, or suspension of your driver's license within five years of the date of application. Employment Record: An applicant's employment history, including any terminations, or leaving an employer in lieu of termination, will be thoroughly assessed and may be grounds for disqualification. Financial Record: An applicant's credit history will be thoroughly assessed and related decision- making issues may be grounds for disqualification. The following are areas of concern: Failure to pay income tax and failure to pay child support. Professional Appearance: All applicants are expected to maintain a professional appearance at all times. SPD has the discretion in determining what is considered professional, as it relates to the position the applicant is applying for. Any and all tattoos, branding (intentional burning of skin to create a design), voluntary disfigurement (marring or spoiling of the appearance or shape of a body part), or scarification (intentional cutting of the skin to create a design) shall be carefully reviewed by SPD on a case-by-case basis. Other Minimum Qualifications: Three (3) or more years experience as a city, county, state, or federal Law Enforcement Officer, Court Detail Officer, or Court Marshal. Other types of law enforcement work experience will be reviewed on a case-by-case basis. Associates degree in criminal justice or a related field may be substituted for experience in conjunction with successfully completing a Washington State criminal justice training academy as determined by the Court. Ability to provide a copy of certification or transcript from Washington State or an equivalent certified criminal justice academy program or, as a condition of employment, must successfully complete a Washington State criminal justice training academy as determined by the Court. Must possess a valid Washington State Driver's license. Must be at least 21 years of age upon hire. Must have a high school diploma or GED. Must be a U.S. citizen. As noted above, the successful candidate must pass the SPD background investigation, which requires full disclosure of the applicant's past. Any negative factors found in the candidate's background will be evaluated in terms of the circumstances and facts surrounding its occurrence. Deliberate inaccuracies or omissions may disqualify an applicant from advancing in the process. Desired Qualifications: Certified by a criminal justice or corrections academy program AND have at least three years of full-time law enforcement or corrections experience. Demonstrated ability to engage in proactive intervention to defuse conflicts and maintain orderly conduct in public group situations; Demonstrated ability to use defensive tactics and the appropriate use of force, including weapons such as firearms and batons Ability to perform strenuous physical tasks such as running, subduing, and detaining individuals. Ability to confront problematic situations and exercise sound judgment under stress and in emergency situations Ability to provide excellent communication, observation, and problem solving skills Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with Judges, Court employees, and outside law enforcement agencies Demonstrated ability to work in close contact with persons who are mentally ill or who have physical illness. Current First Aid Certificate, CPR, and use of Automated External Defibrillator (AED). Bi-lingual Proficient using a computer to access email, trainings, and timesheet. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION: This recruitment is open continuous. To ensure consideration, please apply by July 29th. Applicants from this recruitment process may be considered for other part-time and full-time Court Marshal openings that become available within the next six months. The entire recruitment process: application to start date takes approximately eight (8) months. Hiring Process: Qualified candidates must submit the following to be considered. 1. Completed NEOGOV online (or paper) application (seattle.gov/…). 2. Supplemental questionnaire responses. 3. Cover letter describing how your skills and experience align with the stated job responsibilities and qualifications. 4. Current resume indicating relevant experience and education. 5. Candidates selected for first round interviews will be asked to provide a copy of their law enforcement or corrections certification or transcript. Direct Link: governmentjobs.com/jobs/1462650/on-call-court-marshal/agency/seattle/… Your application will not be reviewed if these items are missing or incomplete. By completing the supplemental questions you are attesting that the information you have provided is true and accurate. The Court will review any information provided in your application package and misstatements or falsification of information will eliminate you from consideration and/or employment if discovered subsequent to selection for the position. Attaching or pasting a cover letter and resume alone is not a substitute for completing the application itself. All applications will be reviewed and the most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in two rounds of interviews. Out-of-state candidates, at their own expense, must make travel arrangements to participate in-person for at least one interview, either the first or second. Top candidates, who successfully pass the second round, will be asked to submit the completed Personal History Information (PHI) packet. An extensive background investigation conducted by the Seattle Police Department. The complete PHI packet can be downloaded from the Seattle Police Department's website at: seattle.gov/police/jobs/hiring/…. Incomplete or untimely submissions will result in disqualification from the hiring process. Make sure and attach photocopies of your driver's license, social security card, DD 214 and law enforcement or corrections academy certification. The Release of Information & Credit History Release forms MUST be notarized. Candidates asked to participate in the background check process will have an in-depth test and interview with a SPD detective. Out-of-state candidates must make travel arrangements, at their own expense, to participate in-person for this portion of the recruitment process. Successful candidates who receive a conditional offer of employment must pass the final investigation phase conducted by Seattle Police Department, which includes polygraph, psychological, medical, and drug testing. Out-of-state candidates must make travel arrangements, at their own expense, to participate in-person for this portion of the recruitment process. Union Information: This position is represented by Seattle Municipal Court Marshal's Guild. You will be required to join the guild within 30 days of your start date. . Recruitment Process and Timeline: The entire recruitment process: application to start date takes approximately eight (8) months. Special Commission: As a condition of employment, Marshals must obtain and maintain a Special Commission issued by the Seattle Police Department, which includes annual firearms qualifications. Note: The Physical Agility Test (PAT) and WA State Basic Law Enforcement equivalency academy training are not required. For more information on the Seattle Municipal Court, visit seattle.gov/…. For questions about this opportunity, please contact HR Recruiter, Crystal Yost at crystal.yost@seattle.gov Click here for more information (ad posted 08-19-16)

Entry Level Deputy Sheriff
East Wenatchee

Douglas County Sheriff's Office The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office contracts with Public Safety Testing to facilitate the application and testing process for Entry Level Deputy. Continuous applications are accepted. If you would like to apply for this position, please visit Public Safety Testing’s website at publicsafetytesting.com. The current salary range for Deputy is $4,861.81 - $5,451.55 monthly. To apply and/or see detailed information regarding this position, please go to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office website at douglascountysheriff.org and select the employment tab. If you have any questions or require more information regarding the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office positions, please contact Chief Examiner Annette Eggers at (509) 884-6965 or email her at ajeggers@gmail.com. If you would like to speak with a Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Recruiter you can e-mail DCSO-Recruiter.co.douglas.wa.us. (ad posted 06-29-16)

Lateral Deputy Sheriff
East Wenatchee

Douglas County Sheriff's Office The Douglas County Sheriff’s Office accepts continuous applications for Lateral Deputy Sheriff. The current salary range for Deputy is $4,861.81 - $5,451.55 monthly. To apply and/or see detailed information regarding this position, please go to the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office website at douglascountysheriff.org and select the employment tab. If you have any questions or require more information regarding the Douglas County Sheriff’s Office positions, please contact Chief Examiner Annette Eggers at (509) 884-6965 or email her at ajeggers@gmail.com. If you would like to speak with a Douglas County Sheriff’s Office Recruiter you can e-mail DCSO-Recruiter.co.douglas.wa.us. (ad posted 06-29-16)

LATERAL Police Officer
Edmonds

Edmonds Police Deparment Edmonds PD Quick Facts: * In the last 20 years only four officers have left this agency to work for another department. * Officers from 10 different states have chosen to work for Edmonds PD including FL, LA, DE, AK and HI. * 18 of our 55 officers have come from other departments. Visit our hiring page for wage, benefit and contract info @ policecareers.edmondswa.gov You can also see our agency info videos here: bit.ly/… Click here for more information (ad posted 06-22-16)

Police Officers
Normandy Park PD

City of Normandy Park The Normandy Park Police Department has 2 full time positions open for immediate hire and will hire 2 additional full time positions in January 2017. Salary Range: $4,916.54 - $6,146.74 subject to Collective Bargaining Agreement. Incentive Pays range from 2 to 4 % for education, detective, EVOC Instructor, and Field Training Officer. Interested applicants can click on the links from the city’s homepage to get additional job information and apply to the appropriate category of hire: Lateral, BLEA Graduate, or Entry Level Click here for more information (ad posted 08-16-16)

Entry Level and Lateral Police Officers
Auburn

City of Auburn Entry Level: Please visit PublicSafetyTesting.com to begin the process and to apply. Only candidates who have tested with Public Safety Testing will be eligible to apply. Lateral Candidates: Apply directly on our website at governmentjobs.com/careers/…. (ad posted 08-09-16)

Lateral Police Officer
Port Townsend

Port Townsend Police Department Port Townsend Police Department is accepting applications for Lateral Police Officer. Please complete initial testing with Public Safety Testing by September 26, 2016. Eligible applicants will be invited to our next Oral Board Exam in early October. For Lateral qualifications and more information, please view bit.ly/… and then register for the first step of our process at publicsafetytesting.com (ad posted 07-27-16)

Training Lieutenant
Portland, Oregon

OHSU Dept. of Public Safety OREGON HEALTH & SCIENCE UNIVERSITY (OHSU) DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY Job Opening: Training Lieutenant Salary Range: $77,287-$115,929/yr. Location: Marquam Hill Campus in Portland, Oregon Position Summary: Oregon Health and Science University is seeking a Training Lieutenant responsible for researching, developing, scheduling and presenting the Department’s mandated training and ensuring compliance with training standards for all department members. Reporting to the Director of Public Safety, the Training Lieutenant coordinates the Department’s entire training regimen, which utilizes best practices in mental health interactions, crisis intervention, de-escalation and communication. The Training Lieutenant must have excellent oral and written communication skills and be able to present effectively to all levels of the university and external audiences. The Training Lieutenant is a commissioned position that will maintain membership in relevant professional associations dedicated to the advancement of safety and security and maintain firearms trainer certifications and active shooter intervention training. The Training Lieutenant may also be responsible for facility security, problem solving, emergency preparedness, threat assessment, representing the Director to the internal and external OHSU community, conducting relevant crime analysis, and producing reports. The Training Lieutenant will ensure the Department is responsive to the community’s needs and that operations are in line with the best practices in community policing standards. Qualifications: Required: A Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent experience in public safety leadership and at least 3 years of law enforcement training/instructor experience, law enforcement investigation experience and leadership/supervisory experience in law enforcement or related fields; police officer certification, CPR and first aid certification, a valid driver’s license and the ability to pass a criminal justice background check. Preferred: Current Armorer and instructor certifications. To see additional responsibilities and to apply for this job, visit ohsu.edu/…, select Search for Jobs and choose Public Safety category. OHSU is an equal opportunity, affirmative action institution. Closing Date: 10/19/16 OHSU Human Resources 503-494-8060 Click here for more information (ad posted 09-22-16)  

Deputy Sheriff (In-State Lateral)
Tacoma

Pierce County Sheriff's Department Deputy Sheriff (In-State Lateral) Pierce County Sheriff’s Department Salary: $61,068 - $80,808 annually This is responsible, general duty and investigatory law enforcement work involving the protection of life/property and the preservation of the peace for the Pierce County Sheriff's Department. Work is performed in accordance with the mission, goals and objectives of the Sheriff’s Department, and in compliance with governing federal, state, and local laws. Requirements to apply: • At the time of application, current full-time employment with a City, County or State law enforcement agency in a general law enforcement capacity that includes patrol experience; • Minimum one (1) year experience with the current agency and not on probation; and • Have successfully completed the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission basic law enforcement academy for police officers, or its equivalency academy, and be currently certified as a law enforcement officer in Washington State. • Ability to successfully complete Pierce County Sheriff's Department background investigation. • High School diploma or G.E.D. certificate. • At least age twenty-one (21) at time of appointment. • Valid Washington State driver's license at time of appointment and be able to provide proof of insurability. • Must be a United States citizen and ability to read and write the English language as required by RCW 41.14.100. To apply and sign up for pre-employment testing, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com and click on LAW ENFORCEMENT JOBS. Select the department and read over all the requirements and if qualified, select a testing location and a time and date for testing, including the PAT, on the website calendar. Candidates must pass the written exam with 70% and pass the PAT. For questions concerning the testing process, please contact NTN Support on our website or at 866-563-3882. (ad posted 07-22-16)

Deputy Sheriff (Entry Level)
Tacoma

Pierce County Sheriff's Department Deputy Sheriff ( Entry Level) Pierce County Sheriff’s Department Salary: $61,068 - $80,808 annually This is responsible, general duty and investigatory law enforcement work involving the protection of life/property and the preservation of the peace for the Pierce County Sheriff's Department. Work is performed in accordance with the mission, goals and objectives of the Sheriff’s Department, and in compliance with governing federal, state, and local laws. Requirements to apply: • High School diploma or G.E.D. certificate. • At least age twenty-one (21) at time of appointment. • Valid Washington State driver's license at time of appointment and be able to provide proof of insurability. • Must be a United States citizen and ability to read and write the English language as required by RCW 41.14.100. • Ability to successfully complete Pierce County Sheriff's Department background investigation. To apply and sign up for pre-employment testing, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com and click on LAW ENFORCEMENT JOBS. Select the department and read over all the requirements and if qualified, select a testing location and a time and date for testing, including the PAT, on the website calendar. Candidates must pass the written exam with 70% and pass the PAT. For questions concerning the testing process, please contact NTN Support on our website or at 866-563-3882. (ad posted 07-22-16)

BLEA graduate Police Officer
Pacific

City of Pacific The City of Pacific Civil Service Commission is accepting applications to establish an eligibility list for BLEA Certified Police Officer to fill two (2) vacancies within the next two (2) months. Salary range $4,757 to $6,356 per month plus benefits depending on experience. Education Premium is an additional 2% for an Associates degree or 4% for a Bachelors degree. Minimum requirements: Graduation from a Basic Law Enforcement Training Academy (BLEA) with a Peace Officer Certification or eligible to attend the Washington State Basic Law Enforcement Training Equivalency. To apply, e-mail Civil Service Secretary Gail Bennett at gbennett@ci.pacific.wa.us to request an application. Applications are also available at Pacific City Hall, 100 3rd Ave. SE, Pacific, WA 98047, Monday through Friday, 8:30 am to 4:30 pm. The City of Pacific is a nationally accredited Police Department. (ad posted 07-18-16)

Lateral Entry Police Officer
Medina

City of Medina Be a part of our team! We are actively recruiting for an Experienced Police Officer! Working for the Medina Police Department is a great opportunity to be part of the community. Police officers perform patrol and investigative functions, respond to emergency and routine calls, enforce laws, make arrests and provide general assistance to the public. Police Officers write reports, testify in court and engage the public in crime prevention, emergency preparedness and other community activities. Medina Police Officers perform duties in specialized assignments at the discretion of the Chief of Police. 2016 – Starting at $6,061 per month, depending on education and experience. Top step with Bachelor’s degree is $7,073 per month. Anticipated 3% increase in 2017. Can receive up to an additional 5% after twenty-four (24) months of satisfactory service and up to an additional 10% after thirty-six (36) months in Exemplary Service Pay. Additional holiday pay for 12 designated holidays. The Department also pays 4% shift differential for nights along with 2% longevity pay for every four years of service up to 6%. For further information and to apply please see the announcement and job application form linked to this posting. Click here for more information (ad posted 07-29-16)

Lateral Deputy
Cathlamet

Wahkiakum County Sheriff's Office The Wahkiakum County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the position of Lateral Deputy. Candidates must successfully pass a background check, oral board, physical and psychological evaluation, and polygraph examination. Preference points for veterans and reserve deputies. OPEN UNTIL FILLED. * Deputy salary range $3828 - 4358/mo. * See link for more information: co.wahkiakum.wa.us/depts/sheriff/… * See video of Wahkiakum County: cathlametchamber.com/… (ad posted 04-12-16)

Lateral Police Officer
Des Moines

Des Moines Police Officer LATERAL POLICE OFFICER Immediate Opening: The City of Des Moines, Washington, is seeking applications from Lateral Police Officer candidates to fill one immediate opening and other anticipated openings. Qualified candidates are encouraged to apply as soon as possible as the City is updating the Lateral Police Officer eligibility list. If you have any questions about the position or the examination and selection process, please contact Vicki Sheckler, Civil Service Secretary, at 206-870-6553 or VSheckler@desmoineswa.gov. To Apply: Complete the online application at desmoineswa.applicantpro.com. Requirements: • Must be a commissioned law enforcement officer in good standing with at least 12 consecutive months such experience working for law enforcement agency. • Any lapse of employment as a full-time commissioned law enforcement officer shall not exceed the previous 24 months, calculated from the date of appointment with the City of Des Moines. • Washington applicants must have completed the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission (WSCJTC) Basic Law Enforcement Academy, and hold current certification. • Applicants from outside Washington must have successfully completed an equivalent training academy from a state that has reciprocity with the WSCJTC, and hold current certification; must successfully complete the WSCJTC Equivalency Academy and examination after appointment. • See additional requirements in the job announcement at desmoineswa.applicantpro.com/jobs/. Base Salary: $72,900 to $93,132; (2014 pay scale; contract not settled) Click here for more information (ad posted 04-12-16)

Lateral Officer
Longview

Longview The Longview Police Department is currently hiring for a Lateral Police Officer. For more information, please go to mylongview.com. Click here for more information (ad posted 03-14-16)

Police Officer
Othello

Othello Police Department Full time Patrol Officer openings. See flyer for details. Click here for more information (ad posted 09-16-16)

Lateral - Police Officer
Wapato

Wapato Police Department Please go to our website for job description and application at wapato-city.org/cityhall/… (ad posted 09-16-16)

Lateral Deputy / Entry Level Deputy
Everett

Snohomish County Sheriff's Office A Snohomish County deputy sheriff patrols a diverse environment - from city to country - and performs a wide variety of jobs - from deterring crime to conducting investigations. The Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office employs over 280 commissioned staff in a many different specialty units, including: • Motors • Marine • Dive • major crimes • K9 • Patrol • Property Crimes • Collision Investigation • SWAT • SIU Depending on assignment and experience, a Snohomish County Sheriff’s Office deputy will: • patrol unincorporated Snohomish County to deter and discover crimes • conduct crime scene investigations • enforce laws and ordinances • assist the public assistance • respond to crime scenes, secure the scene; interview victims and witnesses; gather and preserve evidence; arrest suspects; prepare required reports • investigate and report accidents; administer emergency first aid until aid car arrives • issue notices of infraction and citations to violators of state laws and county ordinances; serve warrants of arrest • interview and investigate citizen complaints; respond to inquiries; provide information to the public on laws and ordinances; assist in resolving problems; make referrals to appropriate agencies as necessary • guard prisoners at hospitals and/or in court; transport prisoners to and from jail and court • prepare required reports and maintain necessary records • testify as a credible witness in court as required $54,890.88 to $71,874.59 annual salary ?Salary may include college incentive pay, longevity pay and specialty pay if eligible ?Choice of medical insurance plans ?Fully paid dental, vision and basic life insurance for you and all of your dependents ?Take home vehicle upon completion of field training ?All uniforms and equipment provided ?LEOFF 2 retirement ?Optional deferred compensation program ?Employee Assistance Program ?Wellness Program and flexible spending account ?Long term disability insurance through the Deputy Sheriff Association ?Paid vacation, 10 holidays, and sick leave (ad posted 07-07-16)

Officer - Lateral
Chehalis

Chehalis Police Department OFFICER - LATERAL The City of Chehalis is accepting applications for Lateral Police Officers to fill one immediate opening and other anticipated openings. CLOSING DATE: 12/31/2020. SALARY RANGE: $4,727 to $5,722 per month. SUMMARY OF DUTIES: As first responders, Police Officers are vital to public safety and perform basic police services in accordance with the mission, goals and objectives of the Chehalis Police Department and in compliance with governing federal, state, and local laws. MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS: Age 21 at time of appointment; United States citizen; Read, write and speak the English language as required by RCW 41.14.100; High School graduate or equivalent; Ability to obtain a Washington State Driver’s License free of suspensions or revocations; No felony convictions or series of offenses of a minor nature which would lend themselves to establish a pattern of criminal behavior, nor any criminal instances concerning moral turpitude; Ability to pass a background investigation, a medical and psychological examination, and polygraph. Lateral applicants must also have a current Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission Basic Law Enforcement Academy Certificate or equivalent certification from another state-approved academy with an understanding they must achieve certification by the Washington State Equivalency Academy within one year of employment. Applicants must also have been employed on a full time basis as a commissioned Law Enforcement Officer for a minimum of twelve (12) of the last twenty-four (24) months at the time of application. HOW TO APPLY: For more information and an application for employment, please visit our website at ci.chehalis.wa.us/police/… or contact the Chehalis Police Department at 360-748-8605. The City of Chehalis Is An Equal Opportunity Employer. Click here for more information (ad posted 04-13-16)

Officer - Entry Level
Chehalis

Chehalis Police Department OFFICER – ENTRY LEVEL Chehalis Police Department: The City of Chehalis is accepting applications for Entry Level Police Officers to fill one immediate opening and other anticipated openings. CLOSING DATE: 12/31/2020. SALARY RANGE: $3,782 Non-Academy; $4,727 to $5,722/month. TESTING: Department testing is conducted through Public Safety Testing on a continuous basis. Candidates who successfully complete the process will be placed on the eligibility roster according to their composite score, plus veterans' preference points or educational credit, if applicable. The entry level list will be continually updated as new test scores are added and each score will expire after two years. If you are interested in applying for an entry level position, more information on the testing process and a schedule of upcoming tests can be found on the Public Safety Testing website, publicsafetytesting.com, or by phone at 1-866-447-3911, if you don’t have access to the Internet. MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS: Age 21 at time of appointment; United States citizen; Read, write and speak the English language as required by RCW 41.14.100; High School graduate or equivalent; Ability to obtain a Washington State Driver’s License free of suspensions or revocations; No felony convictions or series of offenses of a minor nature which would lend themselves to establish a pattern of criminal behavior, nor any criminal instances concerning moral turpitude; Ability to pass a background investigation, a medical and psychological examination, and polygraph. For more information, please visit our website at ci.chehalis.wa.us/police/… or contact the Chehalis Police Department at 360-748-8605. The City of Chehalis Is An Equal Opportunity Employer. Click here for more information (ad posted 04-13-16)

Entry Level Sheriff's Deputy
Seattle

King County Sheriff's Office KING COUNTY SHERIFF 516 THIRD AVENUE SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 98104 Web Site: kingcountysheriffjobs.com King County Sheriff's Office is actively recruiting for positions to be filled in 2016. Classification: Entry-Level Sheriff's Deputy Salary Information: Base salary range from $5,226 per month (entry) to $7,317 per month after five years. Education incentives, longevity pay and premium pay apply depending upon assignment. Benefit Information: *Medical insurance funded (90%) after meeting annual deductible and attaining gold status *Fully paid dental, vision and basic life insurance for you and all of your dependents *Take home vehicle upon completion of probation *All uniforms and equipment provided *LEOFF 2 retirement *Optional deferred compensation program *Paid vacation and sick time Current Hiring Status: Vacancies are filled by Civil Service "rule of three" with the top three candidates forwarded to the appointing authority for background investigation & selection as vacancies occur. KCSO hires continuously Applicant Contact Person: Name: Recruiter Phone: (206) 205-7625 Department Information: KCSO's 1070 employees (660 commissioned, 410 non-commissioned) function under four core values: leadership, integrity, service and teamwork. We are a full-service law enforcement agency for unincorporated King County, 12 cities and towns, the local and regional transit systems and the King County Airport. KCSO has four divisions: Field Operations (all uniformed patrol functions), Special Operations (SWAT, K9, Marine Unit, Helicopters, Search & Rescue), Criminal Investigations (detective positions investigating a wide variety of crimes) and Technical Services (911 call center, computer services). Deputies may choose from a variety of work environments ranging from urban to suburban and rural. Commissioned deputies assigned to patrol work eight hour shifts on a 5-2, 5-3 schedule. Job Requirements: Age: 20 to begin testing; 21 at date of Hire US Citizen: Yes High School Grad/GED: Yes Valid WASHINGTON State Driver's License: Valid Washington Driver's License at time of hire. Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes Vision: Normal color vision (based on the Ishihara standard range of normal color vision as determined by the medical exam) Uncorrected vision of 20/100 or better, correctable to 20/30 with the use of glasses, hard contact lenses or soft contacts you have worn for less than one year OR Corrected vision to 20/30 or better with soft contact lenses you have worn for at least one year (in this case there is no uncorrected vision standard) OR Uncorrected vision of 20/30 or better. College: NONE To test for Entry-Level King County Sheriff's Deputy, go to: NationalTestingNetwork.com (ad posted 04-01-16)

Corrections

 
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Correctional Officer 1
Tumwater

Washington Department of Corrections WASHINGTON DEPARTMENT OF CORRECTIONS 7345 LINDERSON WAY SW TUMWATER, WASHINGTON 98501 doc.wa.gov/jobs/ Updated: May 18, 2016 Job Classification: Correctional Officer 1 Washington State Department of Corrections (DOC) has contracted with National Testing Network (NTN) to conduct the video and written assessment for Correctional Officer candidates. NTN is a convenient alternative to the limited dates and times available onsite at the DOC facilities and a great option for candidates not located in Washington who wish to apply for these positions. Should you achieve a passing score on the assessment, it will remain valid for 12 months. Washington State is recognized globally as a progressive leader in the field of corrections. We are currently seeking highly motivated and qualified individuals for Full Time and On-Call Correctional Officer positions at multiple facilities statewide. The successful candidates for Correctional Officer 1 (CO1) will possess creative thinking skills, a high level of integrity and dependability demonstrates strong role-modeling and has good physical and mental conditioning. Salary Information: $2911 - $3791, monthly Benefit Information: All correctional officers, including those in on-call positions, are provided a comprehensive benefits package that includes: • Family medical, dental, and vision insurance • Up to 22 days paid vacation per year • 12 days paid sick leave per year • 11 paid holidays per year • Retirement plan • Deferred Compensation • Group life insurance plan • 21 days paid military leave • Dependent Care Assistance Program • Discounts on auto/home insurance, cell phone plans, lodging, other retail/service providers • Wellness Programs • And more! To APPLY: Go to jobs.doc.wa.gov (KEYWORD: CO1) To schedule REACT testing, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com and click on the Find Jobs and then the Corrections jobs. Select the department and read over all the requirements and if qualified, select a testing location and a time and date for testing on the website calendar. For questions concerning the testing process, please contact NTN Customer Support at 866-563-3992. For updates and new job announcements, “Like” National Testing Network on Facebook. (ad posted 06-24-16)

Corrections Officer/Dispatch
Taholah

Quinault Nation Police Department Dispatcher/Corrections Officer — OPEN TILL FILLED Duties include maintain security of small jail facility, answer emergency & non-emergency phone lines, dispatch appropriate emergency personnel, and maintain radio contact with personnel. Must be able to multitask, prioritize & make decisions quickly & adhere to strict confidentiality policies. Entry-level position, must be 18 years of age with HS diploma/GED, background clearance. Benefits include medical, dental and 401K. Starting wages depending on experience range from 32,510 to 35,588 a year. Basic telecommunication training course & corrections academy provided. Supervisor: R Belcher (ad posted 07-03-16)

Lateral/Exp Corrections Officer - CURRENT OPENING
Enumclaw

City of Enumclaw CITY OF ENUMCLAW Lateral and Experienced Level Correction Officers Salary Range: $3,821 - $4,877 The City of Enumclaw continuously accepts applications for Lateral and Experienced Level Corrections Officers. At this time we will be filling an anticipated vacancy. Successful candidates must have been employed as a Corrections Officer within the past two years. Those applicants whose qualifications most closely correspond to the departments' current needs will be contacted via email (or phone if no email) to participate in the oral board process once a date has been established. The city sends no formal notification to applicants who are not selected to continue in our process. If you meet these criteria, and would like to apply, please complete a city employment application by clicking on the “City Jobs” link and mailing it to the address on the application. If you have any questions about our process please contact our Civil Service office at (360) 615-5737 or civilservice@ci.enumclaw.wa.us (ad posted 06-23-16)

Entry Corrections Officer
Benton County

Benton County Sheriff's Office Benton County currently contracts with Public Safety Testing to facilitate the application and testing process for Entry Level Corrections Officer. Continuous applications are accepted. If you would like to apply for this position, please visit Public Safety Testing’s website at publicsafetytesting.com. The current salary for Corrections Officer is $3,854.00 - $4,998.00 monthly. If you have any questions or require more information regarding Benton County Sheriff’s Office positions, please contact Tammy Dufault, Chief Examiner, at (509) 737-2777 or email her at tammy.dufault@co.benton.wa.us. Thank you for your interest in Benton County! (ad posted 03-02-16)

Lateral Corrections Officer
Benton County

Benton County Sheriff’s Office Benton County currently contracts with Public Safety Testing to facilitate the application and testing process for Entry Level Sheriff Patrol Deputy. Continuous applications are accepted. If you would like to apply for this position, please visit Public Safety Testing’s website at publicsafetytesting.com. The current salary for Deputy is $4,946.00 - $6,254.00 monthly. If you have any questions or require more information regarding Benton County Sheriff’s Office positions, please contact Tammy Dufault, Chief Examiner, at (509) 737-2777 or email her at tammy.dufault@co.benton.wa.us. Thank you for your interest in Benton County! (ad posted 03-02-16)

Corrections Officer
Franklin County

Franklin County Sheriff's Office is actively hiring for several openings. (6 current openings - 5 additional in 2017). SALARY RANGE: $38,778.00 - $51,990.00 Annually. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR LATERAL APPLICANTS. See attached for more details. Please contact Beth Bush at bbush@co.franklin.wa.us or call 509-545-3557. Click here for more information (ad posted 08-22-16)

Corrections Officer
Longview

County of Cowitz COWLITZ COUNTY OF 1935 1ST AVENUE LONGVIEW, WASHINGTON 98632 co.cowlitz.wa.us/cccd/ Updated: August 05, 2016 Job Classification: Corrections Officer The County of Cowlitz is currently building an ongoing eligibility list for Corrections Officer. Testing is conducted through National Testing Network. Applicants must submit an employment application through the county that can be found at co.cowlitz.wa.us/… to be considered for this recruitment as well as complete National Testing Network's REACT exam. Salary Information: $4,122.47 - $4,768.62 Monthly $49,469.64 - $57,223.44 Annually Benefit Information: Medical, dental, orthodontia, life, vision and prescription insurance, HRA in lieu of medical option for eligible employees; paid holidays; vacation and sick leave; employee assistance program; and the applicable retirement program through the State of Washington Department of Retirement Systems. Voluntary benefits include: life and accident insurance; flexible spending accounts; and deferred compensation. Job Requirements Age: 21 US Citizen: Yes High School Grad/GED: Yes Valid WASHINGTON State Driver's License: Yes Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes Minimum Qualifications: 1. Successfully complete Basic Corrections Academy, First Aid and CPR training within the first six months of employment. 2. Successfully complete all defensive tactics level one and level two training to include handgun retention. 3. All Corrections Officers hired after January 1, 1994 must become firearms qualified prior to completion of probation and maintain firearms qualification. 4. Possess and maintain a valid driver’s license. 5. Successfully pass a physical agility test, pass a full background investigation, pass a polygraph exam and a psychological profile interview. Note: Also review the Self-Assessment Checklist for all Corrections Officer Applicants at co.cowlitz.wa.us/DocumentCenter/View/… Required Skills and Abilities: 1. Customer service and interpersonal skills in dealing with inmates and the public. Develop and maintain good working relation with own department staff, other county employees, other private and public agencies. 2. Good written and oral communication skills to prepare professional reports, train and provide clear instructions. 3. Possess and develop modern supervision practices, motivational skills, and able to effectively delegate. 4. Ability to multi-task daily activities and determine work priorities. Good organizational skills to maintain records. 5. React with professionalism, leadership and control during stressful situations. 6. Able to exercise discretion over sensitive and confidential issues related to the department and its business. 7. Initiative with problem-solving skills, while following standard practices, policies and procedures of the department. 8. Perform all duties of the position in accordance to Policies and Procedures. Application Information: The employment application, the job announcement, the job description can be obtained by visiting the Human Resources Department at 207 Fourth Ave. Room # 306, North, Kelso, WA; by calling (360) 577-3065 or Washington Relay Service TTY-VCO (Hearing Impaired Line) (800) 833-6384; by faxing your request to (360) 577-3028; or by accessing the County’s website under Employment Opportunities: co.cowlitz.wa.us. To schedule pre-employment testing (React), go to nationaltestingnetwork.com (ad posted 08-16-16)

Corrections Officer
Goldendale

Klickitat County Jail Civil Service will be testing for the position of Corrections Officer to work for the Klickitat County Sheriff’s Office. To apply call 509-773-2483 or email civilsc@klickitatcounty.org. Closing date is October 14, 2016. Exams will be held on October 15, 2016 in Goldendale WA. A $20 exam fee is required. (ad posted 09-19-16)  

Corrections Deputy
Tacoma

Pierce County Sheriff's Department Corrections Deputy Pierce County Sheriff’s Department Salary: $53,830 - $69,763 annually This is work performed to provide care and custody of adult prisoners and to maintain order and discipline among the prisoners of the Pierce County Corrections and Detention Center, a maximum-security facility. Employees in this classification are responsible for the operation of the jail on a 24-hour, 7 day-a-week basis, and the direct and indirect supervision of inmates. Requirements to apply: • High School diploma or G.E.D. certificate. • At least age twenty-one (21) at time of appointment. • Valid Washington State driver's license at time of appointment and be able to provide proof of insurability. • Must be a United States citizen and ability to read and write the English language as required by RCW 41.14.100. • Ability to pass the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission physical fitness requirements. • Ability to successfully complete Pierce County Sheriff's Department background investigation. To apply and sign up for pre-employment testing, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com and click on CORRECTIONS JOBS. Select the department and read over all the requirements and if qualified, select a testing location and a time and date for testing, including the PAT, on the website calendar. Candidates must pass the written exam with 70% and pass the PAT. For questions concerning the testing process, please contact NTN Support on our website or at 866-563-3882. (ad posted 07-22-16)

Corrections Deputy (In State Lateral)
Tacoma

Pierce County Sheriff's Department Corrections Deputy (In-State Lateral) Pierce County Sheriff’s Department Salary: $53,830 - $69,763 annually This is work performed to provide care and custody of adult prisoners and to maintain order and discipline among the prisoners of the Pierce County Corrections and Detention Center, a maximum-security facility. Employees in this classification are responsible for the operation of the jail on a 24-hour, 7 day-a-week basis, and the direct and indirect supervision of inmates. Requirements to apply: • At the time of application, must be currently employed, full-time, with a city, county, state or federal correctional agency within the State of Washington. • Minimum (2) two years experience with the current agency providing direct and/or indirect supervision of adult inmates and not currently on probation. • Must have successfully completed the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission Corrections Officer Academy or possess an equivalent Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission certification as a Corrections Deputy. • High School diploma or G.E.D. certificate. • At least age twenty-one (21) at time of appointment. • Valid Washington State driver's license at time of appointment and be able to provide proof of insurability. • Must be a United States citizen and ability to read and write the English language as required by RCW 41.14.100. • Ability to pass the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission physical fitness requirements. • Ability to successfully complete Pierce County Sheriff's Department background investigation. To apply and sign up for pre-employment testing, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com and click on CORRECTIONS JOBS. Select the department and read over all the requirements and if qualified, select a testing location and a time and date for testing, including the PAT, on the website calendar. Candidates must pass the written exam with 70% and pass the PAT. For questions concerning the testing process, please contact NTN Support on our website or at 866-563-3882. (ad posted 07-22-16)

Corrections Officer
Wapato

Wapato Police Department Please go to our website for job description and application at wapato-city.org/cityhall/… (ad posted 09-16-16)

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Dispatcher
Grandview

Grandview Police Department Entry Level Dispatcher Click here for more information (ad posted 09-06-16)

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Police Chief
Soap Lake

City of Soap Lake SOAP LAKE POLICE CHIEF JOB DESCRIPTION DEPARTMENT: Police Department REPORTS TO: Mayor CLASSIFICATION: Full Time; Exempt; Non union SALARY RANGE: $55,000 - $75,000 SUPERVISES: Subordinate Officers REVISION DATE: September 7, 2016 Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the class. Specifications are not intended to reflect all duties performed within the job. JOB OBJECTIVES: Under general administrative direction, to plan, direct, manage and oversee the activities and operations of the Police Department: including law enforcement, criminal investigations, community relations, traffic control measures, crime lab, records maintenance, crime prevention, disaster responses, community problem solving, general community support services, and related support services; to coordinate assigned activities with other departments and outside agencies; and to provide highly responsible and complex administrative support. This position serves as the chief administrative officer for the police department. The following tasks are typical for positions in this classification. Any single position may not perform all of these tasks and/or may perform similar related tasks not listed. ESSENTIAL FUNCTION: 1. Assume full management responsibility for all Police Department services and activities; recommend and administer policies and procedures. 2. Manage the development and implementation of departmental goals, objectives, policies and priorities. 3. Establish, within City policy, appropriate service and staffing levels; monitor and evaluate the efficiency and effectiveness of service delivery methods and procedures; allocate resources accordingly. 4. Plan, direct and coordinate, through subordinate level staff, the Police Department’s work plan; assign projects and areas of responsibility; review and evaluate work methods and procedures, meet with key staff to identify and resolve problems. 5. Respond to media inquiries and questions; prepare news releases; control media access to confidential information. 6. Direct the assignment of police personnel and equipment; oversee the development and execution of training programs; establish standards of performance. 7. Assess and monitor work load, administrative and support systems; identify opportunities for improvement; direct and implement changes. 8. Select, train, motivate and evaluate assigned law enforcement personnel; provide or coordinate staff training; work with employees to correct deficiencies; implement discipline and termination procedures. 9. Initiate and oversee internal investigations of complaints and allegations of police employee misconduct; provide corrective action as required or provide recommendations to the Mayor. 10. Oversee and justify the development and administration of the budget; approve the forecast of funds needed for staffing, equipment. 11. Explain, justify and defend Police programs, policies and activities; negotiate and resolve sensitive and controversial issues. 12. Represent the Police Department to other departments, elected officials, media, and outside agencies. 13. Participate on a variety of boards, commissions, and committees; serve as the City’s representative to committees and community organizations concerned with improvements in law enforcement, public education, and departmental public relations. 14. Attend and participate in professional group meetings; maintain awareness of new trends and developments in the field of law enforcement, crime prevention, and related support services; incorporate new developments as appropriate. 15. Respond to and resolve difficult and sensitive citizen inquiries and complaints. 16. Ensure compliance with and follow all safety rules and procedures established for the Police Department. 17. Perform related duties as required. QUALIFICATIONS: Knowledge of: ? Operations, services and activities of a comprehensive public safety program including law enforcement, crime prevention, emergency medical services, disaster preparedness, code enforcement, and associated programs, services, and operations. ? Principles and practices of program development and administration. ? Methods and techniques of investigation. ? Principles of supervision, training and performance evaluations. ? Pertinent Federal, State and local laws, codes and regulations. ? Methods to analyze problems, identify alternative solutions; project consequences of proposed actions and implement recommendations in support of goals. ? Understand and carry out oral and written instructions. ? Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing. ? Organizational and management practices as applied to the analysis and evaluation of programs, policies, and operational needs. ? Operational characteristics of police apparatus and equipment. ? Methods and techniques of public relations. ? Principles and practices of municipal organization, administration and personnel management. ? Principles and practices of municipal budget preparation and administration. ? Principles of supervision, training and performance evaluation. The physical demands herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform these essential job functions. WORKING CONDITIONS: Environment: emergency peace control environment; travel from site to site; exposure to potentially hostile environments, toxic chemical, traffic hazards, communicable diseases and inclement weather conditions; extensive public contact. Mobility: incumbents require mobility to restrain or subdue individuals; above average physical endurance in running, climbing and lifting; good balance and hearing; discharge firearms and utilize various other law enforcement equipment; operate a motorized vehicle. Vison: incumbents is this class require vision consistent with Law Enforcement Academy standards. Other Factors: Incumbents may be required to work extended hours including evening, weekends and holiday. Incumbents may be required to travel outside City boundaries to attend training or meetings. Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. EDUCATION / EXPERIENCE GUIDELINES 1. Equivalent to a Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, business administration or a related field. 2. A minimum ten years increasingly responsible experience in law enforcement including a minimum 4 years administrative and supervisory experience. 3. Or a combination of education and experience. LICENSES OR CERTIFICATION: ? Possession of an appropriate, valid driver’s license with a good driving record. ? Possession of, or ability to obtain, appropriate specialized training as required for the position under departmental guidelines. ? Possession of, or the ability to obtain, appropriate Law Enforcement Executive or Command College certification. SALARY CLASSIFICATION AND PERFORMANCE: Each job title within the City is classified into one of the City’s classifications for salary purposes, based on job qualifications, level of responsibility and amount of supervision required for the specific job title. Each classification is designated a particular salary range, shown on the City’s wage schedule, which is approved by the City Council annually. Performance is generally evaluated annually. The evaluation is part of an employee’s personnel record and may be a determining factor whether the employee receives a wage increase or is promoted, demoted, laid off or terminated. City of Soap Lake is an Equal Opportunity Employer. CONTACT INFORMATION: Karen Hand, Finance Director. City of Soap Lake, PO Box 1270, Soap Lake, WA 98851 (509) 246-1211 (ad posted 09-08-16)

Police Chief
Snoqualmie

City of Snoqualmie $125,796 - $139,776 For a complete position profile, please visit the Prothman Company at prothman.com/ and click on "Current Searches." Located just 25 miles east of Seattle and surrounded by stunning vistas of Mount Si and the Cascade Mountains, Snoqualmie, Washington, offers year round outdoor adventures. Incorporated in 1903, the City of Snoqualmie blends its historic past and small-town ambiance with a growing population in the master-planned community of Snoqualmie Ridge. The city's population is nearly 13,000, and with current development agreements, will grow to approximately 15,000. Snoqualmie is home to Snoqualmie Falls, which is the second most visited attraction in Washington State. The Tournament Players Club (TPC) at Snoqualmie Ridge is a nationally recognized Jack Nicklaus Signature Golf Course and is the home of the Boeing Classic, an official event on the PGA Champions Tour. The City of Snoqualmie Police Department provides law enforcement services, public education for many topics that support the community, hosts and sponsors special events, and offers a range of programs for youth. The Snoqualmie Police Department also serves the neighboring City of North Bend with law enforcement and police services. Under general direction of the City Administrator, Snoqualmie’s Police Chief plans, organizes, directs and controls all police services delivered to the community, including developing, implementing and evaluating policies, procedures and practices to accomplish the police department's mission, including specific public safety programs and the annual budget. At a minimum candidates must possess an AA degree in Police Science or related field, with graduation from an accredited college or university with a four-year degree in a law enforcement related field strongly preferred. A minimum of 10 years of experience in a municipal public safety agency as a commissioned police officer, and a minimum of 4 years of successful and progressive management experience is required. Experience as a Chief is preferred. Other qualifying experience which provides an equivalent balance of the necessary knowledge, skills, and abilities to meet the job requirements will be evaluated that may substitute for the required education and experience. The City of Snoqualmie is an equal opportunity employer. First review: September 25, 2016 (open until filled). To apply online, visit Prothman at prothman.com/ and click on "Submit Your Application" and follow the directions provided. Application materials will only be accepted electronically via the website. For questions, please call 206-368-0050. Click here for more information (ad posted 08-18-16)

Police Chief
Ferndale

City of Ferndale, WA POLICE CHIEF City of Ferndale, Washington Salary: $105,000 - $115,000 For a complete position profile, please visit the Prothman Company at prothman.com/ and click on "Current Searches." Ferndale, Washington, is a vibrant community of approximately 13,000 people, and is located on the Interstate 5 corridor, approximately 6 miles north of Bellingham and 13 miles south of the Canadian Border. Ferndale has become the sixth fastest growing city in the state and the city's population is expected to grow to about 19,000 residents in the next 20 years. There are many nearby attractions, including Mount Baker, the San Juan Islands, numerous lakes, and the Nooksack River. The City of Ferndale was incorporated in 1907 and operates under a Mayor-Council form of government. The city employs 68 FTEs and its annual budget for 2016 is approximately $34 million. The Ferndale Police Department operates with a 2016 budget of $3,263,042 and is staffed by 19 FTE's, including 16 fulltime officers and three administrative staff. In 1999, the department, in conjunction with Key Bank, initiated the Senior Citizen on Patrol Enhancement volunteer program, which allows fulltime officers to focus on and handle higher priority calls. Under the direction of the City Administrator, the Chief of Police is responsible for the overall leadership and management of the city’s police department including its patrol, traffic, detective, complaints and internal investigations, DARE, field training, and other functions. A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in law enforcement, criminal justice, police science, public administration, or related field is required. A minimum of five years of police management, supervisory, community service, and administrative experience is required. A certified law enforcement officer with supervisory, middle management, and executive certifications through the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission is highly preferred. Candidates must possess a valid Washington State Driver's License or have the ability to obtain one by hire, and have a safe driving record. Any equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the candidate with the knowledge, skills and abilities required to perform the job will be considered. The City of Ferndale is an equal opportunity employer. First review: October 16, 2016 (open until filled). To apply online, visit Prothman at prothman.com/ and click on "Submit Your Application" and follow the directions provided. Application materials will only be accepted electronically via the website. For questions, please call 206-368-0050. Click here for more information (ad posted 09-09-16)

Public Records Analyst (Paralegal)
Seattle

King County Sheriff's Office The King County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) is seeking an energetic and experienced professional to be a part of the Public Disclosure Program Team in the Public Disclosure Unit (PDU). The ideal candidate must be a leader who can inspire and motivate employees to comply with the Public Records Act, work well in a fast-paced, close-knit team, with the ability to prioritize work and multi-task. Click here for more information (ad posted 09-21-16)  

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Lateral Emergency Telecommunicator
Bremerton

Kitsap 911 (CENCOM) 2. Kitsap 911 (CENCOM) in Bremerton, WA Is currently seeking applicants for Lateral Emergency Telecommunicator positions. Compensation range: $24.32 to $29.57 per hour. This posting is open continuous. Apply at careers-kitsap911.icims.com/… Click here for more information (ad posted 05-19-16)

Lateral Communications Dispatcher
Redmond

Redmond Police Department High school diploma or equivalent with two years of recent experience (within the last four years) as a telecommunicator and dispatcher in a Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) facility with enhanced 911 and computer aided dispatch. Click here for more information (ad posted 08-01-16)
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