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WSCJTC Positions

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

TAC Officer
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: 1)Recruit Training (classroom, practical, mock scene, homework) 2) Academy Curriculum (implementation, development, research, update, testing) 3) Acting as a Role Model (attitude, ethics, professionalism, self-improvement) 4) Administrative Duties (first-line supervisor, maintain files, injury tracking, scheduling, counseling) 5) Discipline (maintain order and academy atmosphere, group and individual motivation, investigate rule violations) 6) Teaching Traditions & Customs (Chain of Command, drill, inspections, courtesy) 7) Time Management (scheduling, flexibility, back-up instruction, multi-tasking) 8) Other Duties as Assigned Desirable 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: 1) 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.) 2) 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). 3) Meets or exceeds department performance evaluations for the past four (4) years. 4) No sustained use of force complaints in the last three (3) years. 5) 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: 1) The criminal justice system 2) Adult learning styles and principles 3) Training and instruction principles, content and methodology 4) Curriculum development 5) WSCJTC Agency mission, goals, and objectives 6) Problem solving: analysis and strategies 7) Federal, state, and local laws; ordinances and regulations 8) State, county, and municipal criminal justice agencies 9) Cultural diversity Skills for: 1) Effective communication/negotiation 2) Facilitation/instruction 3) Problem solving: analysis and strategy implementation 4) Public relations 5) Basic computer applications (Microsoft Office Suite) Ability to: 1) Identify cost-effective approaches to responsibilities 2) Act as role model to recruit officers 3) Work with little or no supervision 4) Effectively develop and utilize resources 5) Manage multiple tasks 6) Promote a cooperative work environment 7) 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 12-13-16)

Support

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

School Resource Officer (Lateral or Basic Entry)
Kotzebue

Kotzebue Police Department, Alaska The Kotzebue Police Department is currently accepting applications for a certified School Resource Officer, (lateral or basic entry) position. The position will be FSLA 7(k) exempt. The officer will be assigned to the Northwest Arctic Borough School District - Kotzebue schools. Uncertified applicants will start at $26.96 per hour. Those applicants who hold a Basic Police Officer Certificate or higher from the Alaska Police Standards Council, (APSC) or for out-of-state applicants who qualify for an APSC waiver and reciprocity, will be considered for a higher rate of pay. The city also offers a generous vacation package. Applicants should submit an application/Resume, an F-3 Alaska Police Standards Form, (including two set of fingerprints, a copy of their birth certificate and a copy of two pieces of ID, one with a picture. The completed packet can be sent to Lt. Joseph Linger, Kotzebue Police Department, POB 550, Kotzebue, AK 99752. Applicants can contact Lt. Joseph Linger at (907) 442-3351 or jlinger@kotzebue.org or Investigator Thomas Milliette at (907) 442-3351 or tmilliette@kotzebue.org. The applicant must be at least 21-years old, have a high school diploma or GED, possess or be capable of obtaining an Alaska Driver's License and pass an extensive background investigation, to include truth verification tests, psychological exam and upon offer of employment, a medical exam. Further, the applicant must be able to meet the minimal standards for police officer as set out in 13AAC85.010. (ad posted 05-30-17)

Electronics Communications Technician
Yakima

WSP is seeking an experienced Electronics Communications Systems Technician - Shop in Yakima for our Electronics Services Division The salary range for this position is $50,496.00 - $60,012.00 Annually. More information may be found on our website at wsp.wa.gov. Closes: Open until filled. (ad posted 05-11-17)

Senior Telecommunications Specialist
Wenatchee

WSP is seeking an experienced Senior Telecommunications Specialist for our Electronics Services Division The salary range for this position is $64,620.00 - $76,812.00 Annually. More information may be found on our website at wsp.wa.gov. Closes: Open until filled. (ad posted 05-11-17)

Police Officer and Deputy

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Police Officer (Lateral)
Seattle

Seattle Police Department The Seattle Police Department is seeking individuals committed to understanding and protecting the ethical, cultural and ethnic values of the City of Seattle and its residents as Police Officers. As first responders, Police Officers are vital to public safety and under regular supervision, perform basic police services in accordance with the mission, goals and objectives of the City of Seattle Police Department and in compliance with governing federal, state, and local laws. Lateral Entry Police Officer candidates are experienced police officers who have worked for other municipal, county, or state agencies for at least 24 of the past 36 months (post academy experience) at the time of testing, with full police powers and duties. If you are currently a police officer but do not meet the experience requirements of a Lateral Police Officer, you may qualify to test as an Exceptional Entry candidate. Exceptional Entry candidates should apply as an Entry Level Police Officer. Please click on the link for more information. governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/1742450/… (ad posted 06-05-17)

Police Officer (Lateral)
Bremerton

Bremerton Police Department is looking to hire experienced and certified law enforcement officers. Our MISSION is to serve our community by: • Enforcing the law • Building relationships • Combating crime VISION The Bremerton Police Department's vision is to maintain a safe, desirable place to live, work and visit. VALUES We value leadership, integrity and teamwork. $5,000 signing bonus to qualified lateral applicants! The Bremerton Police Department is looking for experienced and certified law enforcement officers for our growing city. For 2017, the salary range is $32.51/hr. to $40.56/hr. We do not pay into social security. The city offers matching deferred compensation up to 5.5% of your salary along with paid vacation, sick leave and the ability to accumulate compensatory time. Medical coverage is provided through Group Health or LEOFF Trust Plan F Premera. The city pays 100% of the employee and 90% dependent premiums. Dental coverage premiums are covered at 100% and $30 per month is contributed to VEBA by the city. Associate degree or equivalent pays an additional 2% at the completion of probation and bachelor degree pays 4%. Patrol officers work 10:40 shifts which are five days on, four days off, five days on, four days off, five days on, five days off every 28 day cycle. Most other department assignments work 4/10’s. Officers are issued all uniforms and equipment and we wear one piece jumpsuits as the uniform of the day. External body armor is optional if the officer chooses to wear it. The agency has just been approved to issue take-home cars to officers beginning in 2017. All officers will likely be issued personally used vehicles over the next two to three years. Eligibility to promotion to corporal after four years of commissioned experience and 18 months with Bremerton PD. Click here for more information: ci.bremerton.wa.us/169/… Please apply online at BremertonWa.gov Click here for more information (ad posted 12-27-16)

Police Officer (Entry Level)
Bremerton

Bremerton Police Department is looking for entry level law enforcement officers. Our MISSION is to serve the community by: • Enforcing the law • Building relationships • Combating crime VISION The Bremerton Police Department's vision is to maintain a safe, desirable place to live, work and visit. VALUES We value leadership, integrity and teamwork. The Bremerton Police Department is looking for entry level law enforcement officers for our growing city. For 2017, entry level salary is $32.51/hr. We do not pay into social security. The city offers matching deferred compensation up to 5.5% of your salary along with paid vacation, sick leave and the ability to accumulate compensatory time. Medical coverage is provided through Group Health or LEOFF Trust Plan F Premera. The city pays 100% employee and 90% dependent medical premiums. Dental coverage premiums are covered at 100% and $30 per month is contributed to VEBA by the city. Associate degree or equivalent pays an additional 2% at the completion of probation and bachelor degree pays 4%. Patrol officers work 10:40 shifts which are five days on, four days off, five days on, four days off, five days on, five days off every 28 day cycle. Most other department assignments work 4/10’s. Officers are issued all uniforms and equipment and we wear one piece jumpsuits as the uniform of the day. External body armor is optional if the officer chooses to wear it. The agency has just been approved to issue take-home cars to officers beginning later in 2017. All officers will likely be assigned personally issued vehicles over the next two to three years. Click here for more information: ci.bremerton.wa.us/169/… Please see job bulletin for complete details. Click here for more information (ad posted 12-27-16)

Deputy Sheriff - Intermediate Lateral
Spokane

Spokane County Sheriff's Office $23.86-$32.20/hr + benefits SIGN-ON BONUS The Spokane County Sheriff's Office is proud to offer a $3000 sign-on bonus to newly hired Deputy Sheriff-Laterals. This bonus is paid out in two payments: 50% of the bonus will be paid on the next regularly scheduled pay date after your first day of employment with Spokane County; the remaining 50% of the bonus will be paid after one year of County service and successful completion of probationary period. For more information on this sign-on bonus, please refer to Spokane County Commissioners' Resolution 15-0292. The Spokane County Sheriff's Office offers an education incentive. This incentive is paid in addition to the monthly salary. AAS Degree in Criminal Justice- 3.5% Bachelor's Degree in any field- 7% Master's Degree in any field- 9% ******************** General duty police work typically including patrol, answering of criminal complaints, investigation of crimes; delivery of this is fundamental law enforcement duty in the protection of life and property and the preservation of peace. Performs civil disturbances and a variety of other emergency and routine activities as a public service officer. ******************** MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: United States citizen who can read and write the English language; minimum age of 21 at the time of appointment, however, may test at age 20 as long as applicant turns 21 during the life of the eligibility list (1 year); high school graduate or GED; no felony convictions as an adult; must hold a valid driver's license at time of appointment and during employment; keyboard accurately at a minimum of 30 words per minute; good health; see, hear, feel, smell, touch, speak and move about (with or without corrective devices) to perform the duties, responsibilities, tasks and essential functions required or assigned to this position. In addition to the above entry requirements, intermediate lateral applicant must have successfully completed the Washington State Criminal Justice Basic Law Enforcement Academy. Experience as deputy is not required. If not currently working in law enforcement, applicant must have been separated from previous agency for less than five years. ******************** PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION CAREFULLY! •All eligible Lateral applicants must take a Physical Ability Test (PAT) given by either Public Safety Testing or directly with the Spokane County Civil Service. PAT scores are void after 6-months. *Call Spokane County Civil Service at 509.477.4711 to receive a promo code for Lateral registration for Public Safety Testing. Please visit spokanecounty.org/… for further information. (ad posted 01-06-17)

Deputy Sheriff - Entry Level
Tacoma

Pierce County Sheriff's Department Deputy Sheriff ( Entry Level) Pierce County Sheriff’s Department Salary: $61,984 - $82,014 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 01-17-17)

Police Officer - Advanced Entry
Woodland

City of Woodland Must have graduated from the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Center and/or Washington State Patrol Academy Click here for more information (ad posted 06-23-17)  

Police Officer-Entry and Lateral
Renton

Renton Police Department The Renton Police Department is continually seeking qualified men and women from all segments of society to help us continue our tradition of giving the City of Renton the best possible law enforcement service. SALARY INFORMATION: $5,383 TO $6,642 per month, plus 6.25% base pay for shift officers. Plus 4% for Associate or 6% for Bachelor's or Master's Degree. City contributes up to 6% towards a deferred compensation plan. The potential salary amount based on the shift pay and education premiums above is $7,721 per month. Bilingual Pay 3% Lateral Applicants - The City offers lateral candidates a $10,000 signing bonus, a 40 hour sick leave bank and a 40 hour personal leave bank. (ad posted 04-20-17)

Police Offcer - Lateral Entry
Woodland

City of Woodland $5,000 lateral signing incentive Payment Click here for more information (ad posted 06-23-17)  

Deputy Sheriff
Kennewick

Benton County Sheriff's Office The Benton County Sheriff's Office is currently accepting applications to establish a pool of qualified candidates to fill current and future vacancies. Benton County is located in Southeastern Washington within a confluence of Columbia, Yakima, and Snake rivers where there is over 300 days of sunshine. We are a mix of urban and rural community with a population of 177,900 and cover an area of 1,722 square miles. To learn more visit: co.benton.wa.us/… (ad posted 03-31-17)

Lateral Police Officer
Issaquah

Issaquah Police Department City of Issaquah POLICE OFFICER -LATERAL /continuous testing for eligibility list. 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 upcoming 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. Andrew Rohrbach at 425-837-3224, Officer Ryan Smith at 425-837-3208 or email at policerecruiting@issaquahwa.gov. (ad posted 04-24-17)

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. Please see Job Announcement for more details. Click here for more information (ad posted 05-24-17)

Lateral police officer
Clarkston

Clarkston Police Dept. City of Clarkston Civil Service will be accepting completed applications to test to establish an eligibility list for lateral police officer. Salary $4,644--$5,721 p/mo. Additional pay up to 5.5% in incentive pay, with additional specialty pay opportunities available. Closing date is July 28, 2017 at 5 p.m. No application will be accepted after that date and time. For application call Eleanor, Chief Examiner, (509) 758-8039 or they are available on the city's website. $15 adm fee (ad posted 06-14-17)

Lateral Police Officer
McCleary

McCleary Police Department OB ANNOUNCEMENT LATERAL POLICE OFFICER The recruitment is to establish an eligibility list for potential vacancies in late 2017 The City of McCleary is taking LATERAL Police applications. The application process will include oral board and Chief and Mayoral interviews. Successful applicants will undergo polygraph, psychological, medical and background exams. Applications may be obtained at the City of McCleary, 100 South 3rd St, McCleary WA 98557. Phone: 360-495-3667. Complete job description is at cityofmccleary.com. 2017 Salary range: $3652 - $4528 per month Medical, dental, and vision are provided for employee and family with premium partially paid by the City. Employees receive sick leave, vacation, plus 110 hours of holiday time per year. Education incentive offered 1% for AA, 2% for BA. Longevity pay Retirement benefits are with the Washington State Public L.E.O.F.F. II. Voluntary deferred compensation plan through the Department of Retirement Systems. Take home car program within 10 miles from city and currently on a 4-10 hour schedule. cityofmccleary.com (ad posted 05-03-17)

Deputy Sheriff - In-State Lateral
Tacoma

Pierce County Sheriff's Department Deputy Sheriff (In-State Lateral) Pierce County Sheriff’s Department Salary: $61,984 - $82,014 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 01-17-17)

Entry Level Police Officer
Auburn

Auburn Police Department The City of Auburn is actively hiring entry level police officers. Please visit PublicSafetyTesting.com to begin the process. Click here for more information (ad posted 02-13-17)

Lateral Police Officer
Auburn

Auburn Police Department The City of Auburn is actively hiring lateral/experienced police officers to join Team APD. Please visit governmentjobs.com/careers/… to begin the application process. Click here for more information (ad posted 02-13-17)

Reserve Police Officer
Morton

Morton Police Department The City of Morton Police Department is currently seeking individuals for the position of a Reserve Police Officer. Experience is preferred however not required. This is a combination of part time paid as well as volunteer hours. Reserves will be serving under the supervision of the Chief of Police and the reserve coordinator. To work in law enforcement in the state of Washington, new recruits need to begin with meeting the minimum standards as set by the WSCJTC. Be at least 21 years old, Be a citizen of the US, Hold a high school diploma or GED, Cannot be a recreational drug user, Have a valid Washington state driver’s license, Be qualified to possess a handgun according to state and federal law, Have no history of felony convictions, Have no history of domestic violence. Please send all applications to: 260 Main Avenue/P.O. Box #1089 Morton WA, 98356 or to the provided e-mail. Thank you. Click here for more information (ad posted 04-10-17)

Lateral Deputy Sheriff

Douglas County Sheriff's Office All the information is within the PDF. Click here for more information (ad posted 06-21-17)  

Entry Level - Exempt Gambling Special Agent
Various Locations

WA State Gambling Commission The Washington State Gambling Commission (WSGC) is seeking qualified candidates to fill Gambling Special Agent positions as vacancies occur in various divisions throughout Washington. This full-time, civil service exempt position is a commissioned, limited-jurisdiction law enforcement officer and is responsible for conducting regulatory and law enforcement investigations to ensure gambling laws and rules are followed. As a Special Agent, you will also conduct onsite visits to licensed or tribal gambling facilities, perform in-depth evaluation of gambling and financial records, analyze accounting controls, investigate complaints and criminal activity involving and relating to gambling and take appropriate criminal and administrative actions. Some of the premises you visit may be in high crime areas. You will work primarily alone and occasionally in teams. To find out more information about this opportunity and how to apply, click here. If you have any questions regarding this recruitment, contact Christie Harris at (360) 486-3459. (ad posted 09-29-16)

Lateral (Experienced) Police Officer
Lake Stevens

Lake Stevens Police Department The Lake Stevens Civil Service Commission is accepting applications to establish an eligibility list for experienced or lateral transfer Police Officers with the City of Lake Stevens Police Department. Salary Range: $5,294 - $6,630/month; DOQ plus excellent health insurance and retirement benefits! Apply on-line at lakestevenswa.gov/… Click here for more information (ad posted 01-12-17)

Deputy Sheriff-Lateral
Spokane

Spokane County Sheriff's Office $26.36 - $32.20/hr + benefits SIGN-ON BONUS The Spokane County Sheriff's Office is proud to offer a $3000 sign-on bonus to newly hired Deputy Sheriff-Laterals. This bonus is paid out in two payments: 50% of the bonus will be paid on the next regularly scheduled pay date after your first day of employment with Spokane County; the remaining 50% of the bonus will be paid after one year of County service and successful completion of probationary period. For more information on this sign-on bonus, please refer to Spokane County Commissioners' Resolution 15-0292. The Spokane County Sheriff's Office offers an education incentive. This incentive is paid in addition to the monthly salary. AAS Degree in Criminal Justice- 3.5% Bachelor's Degree in any field- 7% Master's Degree in any field- 9% ******************** General duty police work typically including patrol, answering of criminal complaints, investigation of crimes; delivery of this is fundamental law enforcement duty in the protection of life and property and the preservation of peace. Performs civil disturbances and a variety of other emergency and routine activities as a public service officer. ******************** MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: United States citizen who can read and write the English language; minimum age of 21 at the time of appointment, however, may test at age 20 as long as applicant turns 21 during the life of the eligibility list (1 year); high school graduate or GED; no felony convictions as an adult; must hold a valid driver's license at time of appointment and during employment; keyboard accurately at a minimum of 30 words per minute; good health; see, hear, feel, smell, touch, speak and move about (with or without corrective devices) to perform the duties, responsibilities, tasks and essential functions required or assigned to this position. In addition to the above entry requirements, lateral applicants must have successfully completed the Washington State Criminal Justice Basic Law Enforcement Academy or the Basic Equivalency Academy or have the ability to obtain an equivalency certificate prior to completion of one year's probation with the Spokane County Sheriff's Office; must have successfully completed probation and have a minimum of TWO years sworn, non-military patrol officer experience with a single agency; If not currently working in law enforcement, applicant must have been separated from previous agency for less than TWO years. ******************** PLEASE READ THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION CAREFULLY! •All eligible Lateral applicants must take a Physical Ability Test (PAT) given by either Public Safety Testing or directly with the Spokane County Civil Service. PAT scores are void after 6-months. *Call Spokane County Civil Service at 509.477.4711 to receive a promo code for Lateral registration for Public Safety Testing. Please visit spokanecounty.org/… for further information. (ad posted 01-06-17)

Lateral Police Officer
Yelm

Yelm Police Department The City of Yelm is seeking applications from Lateral Officer candidates to fill anticipated openings in 2017 and additional in 2018. Yelm is one of the fastest growing communities in the State with population expected to double in the next 10 years. Enjoy great pay, benefits and equipment in a newer state of the art police building. Starting pay between $65,100 and $73,272 for laterals. Opportunities exist in Detectives, School Resource Officer, Hostage Negotiator, Crime Prevention and SWAT. Take home vehicles, longevity pay, FTO pay, Physical fitness incentive and educational incentive pay. Visit ci.yelm.wa for additional information. (ad posted 05-11-17)

Entry Level Police Officer
Soap Lake

City of Soap Lake Please contact Karen Hand at 509-246-1211 or sladmin@smwireless.net for complete application packet. Open Until Filled (ad posted 04-17-17)

Lateral Police Officer
Soap Lake

City of Soap Lake Please conact Karen Hand at 509-246-1211 or sladmin@smwireless.net for complete application packet. Click here for more information (ad posted 04-17-17)

Lateral Deputy Sheriff
Montesano

Grays Harbor County Sheriff's Office Grays Harbor County. Hold professional standards during routine patrol, traffic enforcement, collision investigation, criminal investigation, report writing, public relations. 4 on/4 off 11-hr shift. Sick leave, vacation, medical, longevity. Base salaries: lowest $4,385/month; highest $5,655/month. U.S. citizen. High school diploma/GED. Current BLEA cert. Presently or w/in past 24 months paid full-time officer. No felony, gross misdmnr/misdmnr conviction for physical harm, controlled substances. Pass background, poly, psych eval. Hold valid U.S. driver’s license. APPLY:online at Grays Harbor County website. co.grays-harbor.wa.us. Go to Departments, then Civil Service; look for Lateral Deputy Sheriff link. Questions: 360.964.1572 Click here for more information (ad posted 01-30-17)

Entry/Lateral Police Officer
Kennewick

Kennewick Police Department 8 OPENINGS for ENTRY or LATERAL POLICE OFFICERS. Website: go2kennewick.com/386/… Recruiting Video: youtu.be/… Apply Now: go2kennewick.com/406/… Questions? Contact KPD-Recruiters@ci.kennewick.wa.us SEE THE 2017 TEST/ORAL BOARD DATES: go2kennewick.com/DocumentCenter/View/… ENTRY LEVEL 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/DocumentCenter/Home/View/… 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 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 01-11-17) (ad posted 01-11-17)

Deputy Sheriff - Entry Level
Everett

Snohomish County Sheriff's Office A Snohomish County deputy sheriff patrols a diverse environment - from urban to rural - 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 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 The work is rewarding but demanding and deputies may be called upon to work with distraught or difficult individuals, stand for prolonged periods, work outdoors (even in inclement weather), travel throughout the county and work on holidays and/or weekends. Benefits: $59,542 to $77,965 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 Click here for more information: snohomishcountywa.gov/3672/… (ad posted 02-01-17)

Deputy Sheriff - Lateral
Everett

Snohomish County Sheriff's Office A Snohomish County deputy sheriff patrols a diverse environment - from urban to rural - 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 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 The work is rewarding but demanding and deputies may be called upon to work with distraught or difficult individuals, stand for prolonged periods, work outdoors (even in inclement weather), travel throughout the county and work on holidays and/or weekends. Benefits: $72,449 to $77,965 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 Applicants for lateral deputy sheriff must have been employed as a full time, paid, fully commissioned sworn officer in a civilian law enforcement agency for at least 12 of the last 24 months, and must provide documented successful completion of a state basic law enforcement academy. For more information click here: snohomishcountywa.gov/3672/… (ad posted 02-01-17)

Police Officer
Sumner

City of Sumner View open positions and apply online governmentjobs.com/careers/… (ad posted 06-05-17)

Police Officer (Entry Level)
Seattle

Seattle Police Department The Seattle Police Department is seeking individuals committed to understanding and protecting the ethical, cultural and ethnic values of the City of Seattle and its residents as Police Officers. As first responders, Police Officers are vital to public safety and under regular supervision, perform basic police services in accordance with the mission, goals and objectives of the City of Seattle Police Department and in compliance with governing federal, state, and local laws. Entry Level Police Officer describes a candidate with no prior law enforcement experience and those who have completed a self-sponsored academy and have not worked as a commissioned officer/deputy for a law enforcement agency. Exceptional Entry Police Officer describes a candidate who has successfully completed a basic law enforcement academy and FTO, but who does not have the required 24 months of full-time service as a law enforcement officer in the last 36 months in order to qualify as a lateral applicant. Exceptional Entry Police Officer candidates must test with the entry-level candidates, and are not eligible to take the Lateral entry exam. Please click the link for more information. governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/1714518/… (ad posted 06-05-17)

Entry Level and Lateral Police Officers
Kirkland

Kirkland Police Department Entry Level and Lateral Police Officers wanted. Click here for more information (ad posted 03-22-17)

Police Officer - Lateral
Moses Lake

Moses Lake Police Department Police Officer - Lateral Immediate Openings $5000 signing bonus for qualified lateral applicants See attached announcement Click here for more information (ad posted 06-22-17)  

Lateral Police Officer
Kittitas

City of Kittitas Police Department The City of Kittitas is accepting applications to fill one current opening for Lateral Police Officer. Kittitas is located 6 miles east of Ellensburg on I90, has a population of just under 1500 residents and boasts a very low call volume and matching crime rate. Applicant must have a minimum of two years Law Enforcement experience with current certification in good standing. The City of Kittitas offers take home vehicles (within 15 min drive), excellent benefit package, weekends off every 3 months rotation, and a 4/10 work schedule. Pay: $19.18/hr - $24.14/hr DOE. Application packet can be obtained by contacting the Kittitas Police Chief by email only at brent.nierman@cityofkittitas.com (ad posted 05-23-17)

Entry Level Officer
Goldendale

City of Goldendale Civil Service will be testing for the position of Entry Level Police Officer to work for the Goldendale Police Department. To apply call 509-773-2483 or email civilsc@klickitatcounty.org . The closing date is 5:00 p.m. on June 30, 2017. Exams will be held on July 1, 2017, in Goldendale WA. A $20 exam fee is required. See attached document for more information Click here for more information (ad posted 06-14-17)

Entry Level Deputy Sheriff

Douglas County Sheriff's Office All the details are in the PDF Click here for more information (ad posted 05-26-17)

Lateral or Basic Entry Police Officer - Kotzebue, Alaska

Kotzebue Police Department (Alaska) is currently accepting applications for a police officer, (lateral or basic entry) position. The position will be FSLA 7(k) exempt. The applicant will work a two week on/off schedule, (and the employee also receives generous vacation time). There is NO state or local residency requirement and the successful applicant can live outside of the state and commute to work. The department provides housing for $200/month. Uncertified applicants will start at $26.96 per hour, (2340 hours a year, including holidays whether worked or not). Applicants should submit an application/Resume, an F-3 Alaska Police Standards Form, (including two set of fingerprints, a copy of their birth certificate and a copy of two pieces of ID, one with a picture. The completed packet can be sent to Lt. Joseph Linger, Kotzebue Police Department, POB 550, Kotzebue, AK 99752. Applicants can contact Lt. Joseph Linger at (907) 442-3351 or jlinger@kotzebue.org or Investigator Thomas Milliette at (907) 442-3351 or tmilliette@kotzebue.org. The applicant must be at least 21-years old, have a high school diploma or GED, possess or be capable of obtaining an Alaska Driver's License and pass an extensive background investigation, to include truth verification tests, psychological exam and upon offer of employment, a medical exam. Further, the applicant must be able to meet the minimal standards for police officer as set out in 13AAC85.010. (ad posted 05-17-17)

Miscellaneous

 
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Field Investigator
Tukwila

Labor and Industries You have investigative skills and ready for your next challenge? Bring your talent to L&I and join us in "Keeping Washington Safe and Working". Investigator 2, Field Investigator conducts complex civil and/or criminal investigations regarding allegations of claimant, employer, and provider fraud. This job supports the agency's goals of preventing abuse of the worker's compensation system and protecting the economic vitality of Washington State. As a Field Investigator, you'll work in a fast-paced environment. You need to be a self-starter, independently working alone, and yet working with a team of like-minded investigators, and using good communication and time management skills. You'll travel to the field daily conducting surveillance, interviews and investigations in all four seasons and geography. You must be flexible and be able to maintain a case load of assignments, produce detailed and thorough written investigative reports of your findings. The work includes the use of video and digital camera equipment, as well as the use of laptop, Word, Excel, database searches, and writing comprehensive reports. Some of what you'll do: Manage, organize, document and complete a case load of investigative assignments in accordance with established priorities and standards of quality. Gather facts and develop evidence for the purpose of substantiating allegations of fraud, misconduct or unfair business practices, in order to prove/disprove allegations. Objectively analyze, focus, resolve, and report on relevant investigation issues employing a full range use of investigative methods and procedures; to include conducting research using the Internet and other data bases. Independently, or as part of a team, conduct stationary or moving surveillance of people over extended periods of time while sitting in a vehicle or on foot. Perform videotaping and photography while conducting surveillance. Conduct in-person interviews with claimants, employers, and witnesses to gather and record statements, including interviews of an adversarial nature. Prepare, obtain, issue and serve legal documents in accordance with established statues, laws, regulations, policies and procedures. Legal documents include subpoenas and/or search warrants. Coordinate the service of search warrants. Who should apply? Highly motivated Investigator with emphasis on strong writing and interpersonal communication skills to work in a fast paced investigation environment; successful candidates will be able to produce detailed and thorough written investigative reports of their findings. Desired/Preferred -Three years' experience conducting investigations such as, labor and personnel investigations, unfair and deceptive business practices, insurance casualty claims, or other related field. This could include experience with a criminal justice agency, law enforcement, state or federal labor law enforcement, or related investigative experience with a regulatory agency. Note: This job requires travel. Approximately 65% of your time spent in the field conducting interviews and surveillance and may require working past business hours and weekends to meet business needs. Salary range: $3,453.00 - $4,532.00 Monthly. This job announcement may be used to fill multiple vacancies. Application review starts immediately and the hiring authority reserves the right to offer the job at any time. It's to your advantage to apply quickly. For more information about this position and to apply visit: governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/1678240/… (ad posted 06-07-17)

Human Resource Analyst
Seattle

King County Sheriff's Office The King County Sheriff's Office has a great opportunity available to serve as a member of their Human Resources team. This position will be the Civil Service recruitment liaison, provide advice and counsel, and participate in development of programs, processes, systems and strategies in support of Human Resource functions. This is an exciting and fast-paced environment with opportunities to cultivate ideas and apply innovative and strategic thinking. The ideal candidate will not hesitate to roll up their sleeves, work hard, and get the job done. Click here for more information (ad posted 06-15-17)

Court

 
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Personal Recognizance Screener (PR Screener) On-Call
Seattle

Seattle Municipal Court governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/1754409/… Click here for more information (ad posted 05-30-17)

Corrections

 
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Lateral Corrections Deputy
Coupeville

Island County Sheriff's Office CORRECTIONS DEPUTY (IN-STATE LATERAL) Island County Sheriff’s Office, Coupeville, Whidbey Island. Salary: DOE. Guild currently in negotiations. 2016 – 3rd year hourly rate of $23.43. Deputies perform general custody duties associated with Corrections and Detention work in a 24-hour, 7-day-a-week maximum-security jail to maintain facility security by: receiving, booking, maintaining custody of, escorting, transporting, caring for and overseeing offenders. They are also responsible to model pro-social behaviors and promote positive correctional practices. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: High School Diploma or GED; U.S. Citizen; minimum age of 21 years at time of appointment; must hold or obtain a valid Washington State Driver’s License; ability to read, write and speak the English language as required by RCW 41.14.100. Must pass a background investigation by the Sheriff’s Office, as well as a medical and psychological examination, and polygraph test. MUST MEET ALL OF THE FOLLOWING REQUIREMENTS: A. Completed the WSCJTC Basic Corrections Academy or a WSCJTC-recognized equivalency academy; B. Two years of employment within Washington State as a full-time, paid corrections deputy/officer with general corrections experience and have successfully passed the probationary period with a previous law enforcement employer; C. No more than a 24 month break in service since your most recent law enforcement employer. Washington Department of Corrections Laterals graduating from CORE after March of 2008 will be required to successfully complete the WSCJTC 40 hour equivalency course. The WSCJTC requires applicants to pass a Physical Ability Test (PAT) prior to entry into the academy. DISQUALIFIERS: See document “Automatic Disqualifiers for Deputy Sheriff Position”. BENEFITS: Health, Dental, Vision and Life Insurance Paid vacations, sick leave and holidays. Uniforms and duty gear provided on initial hire and annual clothing allowance, 4 day work week, PERS 2 Retirement. APPLICATION PROCESS: The application process is designed to determine your eligibility and is part of the Civil Service Examination process. You must submit an Island County Application for Employment form – electronic NEOGOV for this position, upload a completed Lateral Entry Corrections Deputy Supplement to Island County Application for Employment and upload a completed “Authorization to Release Information”. All documents that support your application should be uploaded to your NEOGOV application. If you have any questions about this process, please contact the Island County Civil Service Commission Secretary/Chief Examiner, Linda Kast Meehan. Click here for more information (ad posted 03-21-17)

Corrections Deputy
Coupeville

Island County Sheriff's Office CORRECTIONS DEPUTY Island County Sheriff’s Office, Coupeville, Whidbey Island. Salary: Guild currently in negotiations. 2016 – hourly rate of $21.39. Deputies perform general custody duties associated with Corrections and Detention work in a 24-hour, 7-day-a-week maximum-security jail to maintain facility security by: receiving, booking, maintaining custody of, escorting, transporting, caring for and overseeing offenders. They are also responsible to model pro-social behaviors and promote positive correctional practices. MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: High School Diploma or GED; U.S. Citizen; minimum age of 21 years at time of appointment; must hold or obtain a valid Washington State Driver’s License; ability to read, write and speak the English language as required by RCW 41.14.100. Must pass a background investigation by the Sheriff’s Office, as well as a medical and psychological examination, and polygraph test. Find application and additional information at Island County Employment site. Click here for more information (ad posted 03-22-17)

Lateral Corrections Officer
Issaquah

Issaquah Police Department JOB POSTING ISSAQUAH POLICE DEPARTMENT CORRECTIONS OFFICER – LATERAL 1 current opening. Open until filled. Salary range: $4,365.00- $5,572.00 per month. Open to current employees and the general public. The Issaquah Police Department is a progressive, professional agency which operates a municipal jail. Gender-specific (female) hiring preference may apply to fill the Corrections Officer positions in order to create a safer booking process of same gender pat-downs, for minimum staffing levels and to comply with conventional standards of sexual privacy." Corrections officers work in a team setting, receive ongoing training, and perform daily functions for the safety of all inmates and staff. The work schedule consists 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 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 Issaquahwa.gov or Govjobstoday.com or publicsafetytesting.com . If you have any questions contact City of Issaquah Human Resources, 425-837-3043. Click here for more information (ad posted 04-28-17)

Corrections Deputy - Entry Level
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 01-17-17)

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 (1) one year 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. If interested, please contact Sherry Hieb, Civil Service Chief Examiner, at 253-798-6250 for application and testing process information. (ad posted 01-17-17)

Entry-Level Corrections Officer
Issaquah

Issaquah Police Department JOB POSTING ISSAQUAH POLICE DEPARTMENT CORRECTIONS OFFICER – ENTRY LEVEL 1 current opening. Open until filled. Salary range: $4,365.00- $5,572.00 per month. Open to current employees and the general public. The Issaquah Police Department is a progressive, professional agency which operates a municipal jail. Gender-specific (female) hiring preference may apply to fill the Corrections Officer positions in order to create a safer booking process of same gender pat-downs, for minimum staffing levels and to comply with conventional standards of sexual privacy." Corrections officers work in a team setting, receive ongoing training, and perform daily functions for the safety of all inmates and staff. The work schedule consists 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 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 Issaquahwa.gov or Govjobstoday.com or publicsafetytesting.com . If you have any questions contact City of Issaquah Human Resources, 425-837-3043. Click here for more information (ad posted 04-28-17)

Communications and Related

 
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Communication Officer (Police Dispatcher)
Tulalip

Tulalip Tribal Police Department The Tulalip Police Department is hiring for Communication Officers (Police Dispatchers). If you are interested in applying for this position, you can apply on the Tulalip Tribes website at: employment.tulaliptribes-nsn.gov/career-areas/tribal-police/ . The announcement will provide you with the job description. The starting pay will be $22.25 hour and 13 paid Holidays. If you have any questions, please contact Commander Kenn Johnson at (360) 716-5942 or by e-mail at kjohnson@tulaliptribalpolice.org . (ad posted 02-15-17)

Communications Officer - Entry Level
Spokane

Spokane County Sheriff's Office $20.84 - $28.12/hr + benefits Receive and transmit radio, computer, and telephone communication of the Sheriff's Office, dispatch patrol cars; maintain files and other office records. Must be a United States citizen who can read and write the English language. Minimum age 21; no felony convictions. Vision correctable to 20/20 in the good eye and 20/30 in the lesser eye. Normal color vision. No uncorrected hearing loss (see posting for details, www/spokanecounty.org/employment). Keyboarding ability of 45 WPM. Valid drivers license at hire and during employment. All applicants must first apply through the Public Safety Testing (PST) website, publicsafetytesting.com/event/…. (ad posted 01-09-17)

Communications Officer - Lateral Entry
Spokane

Spokane County Sheriff's Office $21.91 - $28.12/hr + benefits Receive and transmit radio, computer, and telephone communication of the Sheriff's Office, dispatch patrol cars; maintain files and other office records. ENTRY LEVEL MINUMUM REQUIREMENTS: Must be a United States citizen who can read and write the English language. Minimum age 21; no felony convictions. Vision correctable to 20/20 in the good eye and 20/30 in the lesser eye. Normal color vision. No uncorrected hearing loss (see posting for details, www/spokanecounty.org/employment). Keyboarding ability of 45 WPM. Valid driver’s license at hire and during employment. LATERAL ENTRY ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS: In addition to the above, lateral applicants must have a minimum of two years of non-military, continuous communications experience with a single law enforcement agency, with no break in service of more than 180 days, and be currently employed as a Communications Officer in a position equivalent to Spokane County Communications Officer, with proper certification; prefer applicants with experience with a like-size agency with a large call volume. Must have at least one year experience utilizing a computer aided dispatch system. All applicants must first apply through the Public Safety Testing (PST) website, publicsafetytesting.com/event/…. (ad posted 01-09-17)

Administrative

 
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CHIEF OF POLICE
Forks

FORKS POLICE DEPARTMENT SEE ATTACHED FILE Click here for more information (ad posted 05-22-17)

911

 
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Emergency Communications Officer

Kootenai County Sheriff's Office, Idaho is looking for qualified applicants for our Communications Center. Please see the attached flyer for more information. Click here for more information (ad posted 05-18-17)

911 Call Taker Dispatcher
Vancouver

Clark Regional Emergency Services Agency is currently hiring 911 Call Taker Dispatcher. We are accepting online applications until July 31, 2017. Apply at cresa911.org/employment/ 9-1-1 Call-Takers answer and process 9-1-1 calls and perform Emergency Medical Dispatch for callers with medical response needs. CRESA Dispatchers also dispatch police, fire and medical services. Call-Taking and Dispatching work requires extensive computer skills, data entry, critical thinking and independent judgment. Candidates must think quickly and make correct decisions in stressful and life-threatening situations. CRESA serves Clark County, Vancouver, Battle Ground, La Center, Ridgefield, Washougal and Yacolt. Please go to our website to view the JOB DESCRIPTION that has essential job functions and minimum qualifications then also read the JOB SELECTION PROCESS to understand all the steps and timelines. (ad posted 06-20-17)  
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