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Client Service Technician
Tacoma

South Sound 911 Please visit our website at southsound911.org, click on employment for details about the position (ad posted 01-16-15)

Records Clerk
Sumner

Sumner Police Department For complete job announcement including required documents, please visit our website at ci.sumner.wa.us (ad posted 02-19-15)

Police Officer and Deputy

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Police Officer Recruit
Bellingham

City of Bellingham Updated: March 02, 2015 The City of Bellingham is currently hiring for Police Officer Recruit. All testing through National Testing Network (NTN) must be completed by March 30, 2015. Salary Information: Recruit salary is $4550/mo. Upon entry to the Basic Law Enforcement Academy salary is $5005/mo. Benefit Information: The City provides an excellent benefits package. Please visit our website at cob.org/employment/… for details. Contact Information: Ameleah Sullivan Human Resources Generalist amsullivan@cob.org Nature of the Work: Participates in formal and on-the-job training in law enforcement principles, techniques and procedures, departmental organization, rules, policies, and related laws. Also receives training in the use, care and maintenance of assigned equipment. Following graduation from the Basic Law Enforcement Academy, Officers are moved in the Full Performance Police Officer job classification. Full Performance Police Officer: This position performs fully responsible, professional general duty police work in the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances. After a period of formal and on-the-job training, employees in this class are responsible for independent law enforcement duties ranging from average to considerable difficulty and performed under general supervision of a sergeant or other ranking officer. Work normally involves patrolling in an unaccompanied automobile, motorcycle, bicycle or foot patrol, and/or conducting detailed criminal investigations, traffic regulation, or community policing activities in a designated area on an assigned shift. Work involves a substantial element of danger and requires the responsible exercise of appropriate judgment in meeting critical emergency situations. Employees are sworn to act in behalf of the Police Department and the City of Bellingham and carry firearms in the performance of their duties. Employees may be directed to work on, lead, or plan special projects or assignments which call upon specialized abilities and knowledge attained through experience as a uniformed officer. Work of this class may be reviewed by superior officers via personal inspection, reviews of reports and/or oral discussion. Population: 82,810 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 Vision: Uncorrected vision in either eye of 20/100 or better, vision able to be corrected to 20/20 in better eye and 20/30 in lesser eye. Visual acuity including closeness, distance, color, peripheral and depth perception, with the ability to adjust focus and to read a computer screen and typewritten page. College: Associates Degree or two years (90 quarter hours/60semester hours) of general education course work toward a degree at an accredited college or university required. For more information on the Police Officer Recruit selection process with the City of Bellingham, please visit our employment website at cob.org/employment/… To schedule testing, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com. (ad posted 03-03-15)  

Police Officer - Lateral Entry
Edmonds

Edmonds Police Department Salary range $6066 to $6683 (DOQ – 2015 wages). Multiple incentive pay opportunities! For more information please clink on this link Edmonds PD Recruitment and Hiring or go to Edmondswa.gov and navigate to police hiring. The Edmonds Police Department uses PublicSafetyTesting.com. Lateral candidates must take the physical agility test and written exam to be eligible for employment. Lateral candidates must contact Sergeant McClure prior to testing to verify qualifications. For further information contact: Sergeant Josh McClure - Professional Standards Unit, (425) 275-4615, josh.mcclure@edmondswa.gov (ad posted 09-09-14)

Lateral Police Officer - Position currently open
Lake Forest Park

Lake Forest Park See job posting and more information at cityoflfp.com. Click here for more information (ad posted 01-21-15)

Entry Level Sheriff's Deputy
Seattle

King County Sheriff's Office King County Sheriff's Office is actively recruiting for positions to be filled in 2015. Salary Information: Base salary range from $5,023 per month (entry) to $7,033 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. 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: 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 apply and test go to: NationalTestingNetwork.com. (ad posted 01-22-15)

Entry Level Poice Officer
Bellevue

Bellevue Police Department The City of Bellevue Police Department continuously accepts test results for Entry Level Police Officer throughout the year and hires approximately 10 to 25 officers each year. Salary Range: 2014 $4,961 Step 1 / Police Recruit - $6,873 Step 5 / Top Step (Not including education or premium pay) Benefit Information: *Generous health benefits including full medical, dental and vision for employee, spouse/domestic partner and children *4% premium pay for 10 specialty job assignments *Tax deferred and 90% City matched 401(k) defined contribution plan with vesting of city contributions at 10% per year of active contribution participation (Municipal Employee Benefit Trust -- MEBT)* *457 deferred compensation plan -- will accept rollovers from your existing 401(k) or (a); 403(b); 457(b) or Traditional IRA *Washington State LEOFF II retirement plan *Employee provided dry cleaning - limited *Workout while on duty (three hours per week) *Comprehensive Quartermaster program that supplies 100% of issued equipment, uniform, and weapons *Generous professional development and training opportunities (Over 100 hours per year) *Employee Assistance Plan (EAP) *Tuition reimbursement program for bachelor degree *Standard vacation accrual of 8.7 hrs/month rising in steps to 14.7 hrs/month at 20 yrs of service. 10 additional hours of vacation accrued per year for each year of service beyond 21. *Uniformed Patrol Officers are eligible annually for a $100 safe driving award *Clothing allowance up to $500/year for plain clothes assignments (Detectives, PIO, Training) *City provided $50,000 life insurance (no cost to employee) *Plentiful off-duty employment opportunities *Overtime and/or compensatory time allowances for overtime, callback, court, stand-by, and other instances. *Secure underground employee parking facility *Free annual pass (ORCA card) for regional bus/light rail transit *The City of Bellevue does not participate in Social Security, which means employees do not contribute to or earn Social Security credit while employed with the City. Applicant Contact Person: Please direct any questions to National Testing Network at 1-866-563-3882. Please do not call the department directly. Job Description: Bellevue Police Officers are strongly oriented toward community services and support law enforcement policies, which are community based. Initial assignment will be to the Patrol Section for a minimum of two years. The Entry Level Officer application process is initiated through NationalTestingNetwork.com. Candidates are encouraged to visit the Bellevue Police Department website for further information ci.bellevue.wa.us/…. Job Requirements Age: Be at least 21 years of age. US Citizen: Be a US citizen High School Grad/GED: Proof of high school diploma or a GED certificate required. Valid WASHINGTON State Driver's License: Obtain a valid Washington State Driver's License prior to being hired. Ability to Read/Speak English: Must have ability to read and write the English language. Vision: Applicant must have normal color vision. Vision must be correctable to 20/20 in the better eye and 20/30 in the lesser eye. Applicants wearing eyeglasses or hard contacts must have uncorrected vision no worse than 20/200 in each eye. Applicants wearing soft contacts must be able to: *provide verifiable documentation that soft contacts have been worn regularly for at least one (1) year prior to application *meets minimum vision acuity standards with soft contact lenses, and *there are no indications of corneal damage, or conditions of the eye which might require discontinuation of soft contact use College: Must have 90 quarter, or 60 semester college credit hours, from an accredited college, completed at the time of application for this position (sealed transcripts must be submitted prior to a background investigation). OR Educational requirements will be waived if applicant served continuously in active duty military and fulfilled the full enlistment period of 3 or more years with valid documentation of an honorable discharge. To apply and sign up for pre-employment testing, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com and click on LAW ENFORCEMENT JOBS. (ad posted 01-22-15)

Lateral Entry Police Officer
Walla Walla

Walla Walla Police Department Continuous Opening for Lateral Entry Police Officer Click here for more information (ad posted 10-16-14)

Reserve Police Officer
Bonney Lake

Bonney Lake Police Department The Bonney Lake Police Department is looking for Reserve Officer Candidates. Candidates must be 21 years old at time of hire. (ad posted 01-19-15)

Lateral Police Officer
Des Moines

Des Moines Police Department City offers competitive benefits package including education and specialty pay incentives for officers. Officers are offered the opportunity to participate in a Master Police Officer Program which currently tops out at $93,132/yr. Click here for more information (ad posted 01-20-15)

University of Washington Campus Police Officer: LATERAL EZ-Hire
Seattle

University of Washington 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. Safeguarding the academic community with P.R.I.D.E. Lateral-specific hiring at the University of Washington could land you one of the best police officer jobs in the Northwest. Think about it. Are you tired of running from call to call with no time to practice community policing? No consistent back-up? Concerned with your city or county budget? The University of Washington Police Department (UWPD) is committed to working with the community in resolving problems through community policing practices and keeping the community educated as to safe practices to protect yourself and your property. Our community stays involved by taking responsibility in reporting crimes, suspicious activities, and practicing crime prevention techniques. Situated on a beautiful campus, the UW police force, security personnel and the involvement of the community create a safe and secure environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. The University of Washington-Seattle is expanding service to the University of Washington-Bothell campus. We have openings at both Seattle and Bothell locations and we want you, the experienced officer, to join our ranks. We have so much to offer including a pleasant atmosphere policing a student population, specialty positions, working Pac-12 sporting events, lucrative overtime assignments and an opportunity to practice the community policing and service expected from our nationally accredited police department. We are committed to officer training, a high officer-to-area ratio and innovative policing strategies. OUR DEPARTMENT The Department serves a daily population of more than 75,000 people by utilizing a Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving approach to law enforcement. Our community is very diverse and includes faculty, staff, students, visitors and patients. UWPD has 80+ full-time employees including 47 commissioned officers of various ranks, Police Dispatchers, and administrative support staff. The Department operates an Enhanced 911 Communications Center. UWPD was the first police department in the State of Washington accredited by the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC). UWPD is proud to be one of 69 university or college police departments nationally accredited through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). Initially accredited in 2005, the agency has maintained compliance with required national standards/best practices, and achieved reaccredited status in 2008 and in 2011. For additional information on UWPD, visit our website at: University of Washington Police Department. DUTIES Police services are available 24 hours a day, every day of the year. 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. Police Officers at the University of Washington respond to public calls for service within a very diverse community. They provide law enforcement patrol of the campus and nearby areas, enforcing state laws, city ordinances, and University regulations. Police Officers conduct criminal and traffic investigations, make arrests, prepare necessary documentation and testify in court. Officers also provide for the safety and security of persons and property at University events and attend community meetings. Duties and Responsibilities include: • Patrol a designated area on foot or in a patrol car to enforce institution rules and regulations, local, state, and federal statutes, and ordinances; • Inspect buildings and grounds for trespassers, fire, property damage, or other irregularities; • Direct and regulate traffic; investigate accidents or crimes; administer first aid; issue citations for violations; gather evidence; locate witnesses; appear in court, present evidence, and testify against persons accused of crime; • Operate department communication equipment; answer telephone inquiries; receive reports of criminal activity; dispatch foot and mobile units; operate paging system; monitor alarm systems; prepare and distribute reports; • Prevent or disperse illegal gatherings or demonstrations; maintain surveillance of an area suspect for criminal activity; • Issue misdemeanor citations; investigate, arrest and/or book suspects into applicable detention facilities for misdemeanors, gross misdemeanors, and felony offenses; • Assist city or county police and state patrol in cases of emergency SPECIALIZED UNITS/OPPORTUNITIES UW Police Officers have unique opportunities to work in specialized units and assignments. These units and assignments include: • Detective Unit; • Community Outreach Unit; • Bicycle Officers; • Field Training Officers; • Plain clothes details; • Explosives Detection K-9 Unit; • Dignitary Protection assignments; SHIFTS Police Officers work a variety of shifts depending on their assignment. These shifts may include traditional 5x8s or 4x10s, with some weekend work required. REQUIREMENTS: • High school graduation or equivalent; • Be at least twenty-one years of age at time of hire; • Possess a valid Washington State driver's license (by date of hire); • No felony convictions; • One year of Police Officer* experience; • U.S. citizenship at time of examination; • No convictions for child abuse; • No convictions for domestic violence. 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 START your job search -enter Req #110790 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 01-29-15)

Police Officer - Lateral
Algona

City of Algona The City of Algona (Located in King County) Civil Service Commission is currently recruiting for the position of Lateral Police Officer. This is to establish an eligibility list for future openings. Salary: $4,653 - $5,656 per month. Must be a graduate of a state or regional Basic Law Enforcement Academy or equivalent and have a minimum of one year full-time experience as a sworn, paid, municipal, county or state police officer within the past 24 months. Applications are available at Algona Police Department, 402 Warde Street, Algona, WA 98001 or you may download the application packet from the City of Algona website at algonawa.gov. (ad posted 11-21-14)

Reserve Police Officer
Napavine

Napavine Police Department The City of Napavine is currently recruiting for the position of Reserve Police Officer. Both entry-level and lateral-entry applicants are encouraged to apply. Candidates must be at least 21 years old and pass each step in the department testing process. Successful applicants will pass a comprehensive background investigation, polygraph examination, psychological evaluation, medical review and interview with the Chief of Police. Interested parties may request further information or send their letter of interest and resume to: Officer Nathan Jendrick, njendrick@cityofnapavine.com (ad posted 02-03-15)

Police Officer
Bellingham

Lummi Nation Police Department JOB SUMMARY: This is a general law enforcement, crime prevention and investigation position. Work is governed by Title 9, Lummi Nation Code of Laws, Law Enforcement Officers Code. Police Officers fulfill the responsibility of the Lummi Indian Business Council to maintain community safety. The employee occupying the position of this class is responsible for the protection of life and property through enforcement of Lummi Code of Laws, Titles 5, 6, and other Tribal Codes, statutes and laws; rendering emergency assistance to the public in a wide variety of situations; patrolling residential, rural and business areas of the Lummi Indian Reservation, performing standard crime and accident prevention; identifying and recovering stolen property; investigating traffic accidents and crime; and deciding whether to arrest or not, as well as when to use force or firearms. Law enforcement involves personal danger and the employee must exercise individual judgment and discretion in meeting emergencies and enforcing ordinances and laws. Other duties include conducting the complete investigation of crimes, and attending court for civil traffic and criminal cases. Entry-level officers are expected to complete the Basic Law Enforcement Academy, and all officers are expected to complete the field training process, and the Washington State Equivalency Academy, if necessary. Officers are expected to apply formal classroom training and on the job training experiences to actual work situations. As experience and training increases, the degree of direct supervision decreases. Assignment and general or special instructions are received from a superior officer, who reviews work occasionally while it is being performed, or through records, personal inspection, and discussion. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: • High school graduation or GED. • Pass written law enforcement exam. • Pass physical fitness testing. • Ability to pass Criminal Justice Employee Background investigation. • Pass polygraph testing. • Pre-Employment Psychological Evaluation. • Oral Interview • Must possess a valid Washington State Driver’s license and meet eligibility requirements for tribal insurance. • Lummi/Native American/Veteran preference policy applies. To Apply:To obtain a Lummi Indian Business Council (LIBC) Application: go to: goo.gl/… For more information contact the HR front desk (360) 312-2023. Please submit an LIBC application, cover letter, resume & reference letters no later than 4:30 p.m. on the closing date listed above. If listing degrees or certifications please include copies. Mailing Address: 2665 Kwina Road, Bellingham, WA 98226. Human Resource Fax number: 360-380-6991 Applications can also be e-mailed to libchr@lummi-nsn.gov Click here for more information (ad posted 02-24-15)

Police Officer
Westport

Westport, WA Police Department The City of Westport is accepting applications for entry-level/lateral-level police officers in order to establish an eligibility list. For application see ci.westport.wa.us or go to publicsafetytesting.com and search for Westport. (ad posted 02-25-15)  

Police Officer - Entry Level
Edmonds

Edmonds Police Department Salary range $5005 to $6683 (2015 wages). Multiple incentive pay opportunities! For more information please click on this link Edmonds PD Recruitment and Hiring or go to Edmondswa.gov and navigate to police hiring. The Edmonds Police Department uses PublicSafetyTesting.com. Entry level candidates must take the physical agility test and written exam to be eligible for employment. For further information contact: Sergeant Josh McClure - Professional Standards Unit, (425) 275-4615, josh.mcclure@edmondswa.gov (ad posted 09-09-14)

Lateral and Post Academy Graduate Police Officer
Brier

Brier Police Depart Position open until filled Click here for more information (ad posted 01-14-15)

Patrol Deputy
Bellingham

Whatcom County Sheriff's Office Lateral and Entry level patrol deputy open positions. For information on the application and testing process please visit our web site or contact Nickee Hughes at 360-676-6650 for more detailed information. (ad posted 12-11-14)

Lateral / Exceptional Entry Police Officer
Duvall

Duvall Police Department The City of Duvall has immediate openings for Lateral & Exceptional Entry Police Officers. For more details, see job announcement at duvallwa.gov/… Click here for more information (ad posted 12-11-14)

Entry Level Road Deputy
South Bend

Pacific County Civil Service Pacific County Civil Service is accepting applications for Entry Level Road Deputy on a regular basis. For more details, please see the Pacific County Webpage. (ad posted 12-12-14)

Lateral Road Deputy
South Bend

Pacific County Civil Service Pacific County Civil Service is accepting applications for Lateral Road Deputy on a regular basis. For more details, please see the Pacific County Webpage. (ad posted 12-12-14)

Police Officer
King Salmon, Alaska

Bristol Bay Borough Police Department Bristol Bay Borough Police Department is seeking to fill a Seasonal Police Officer position to serve the southwest Alaska communities of King Salmon, Naknek, and South Naknek from May 26 to Aug 25, 2015. A fillable application can be found at bristolbayboroughak.us and faxed to 907.246.4451 or mailed to the Bristol Bay Borough Police Department P.O. Box 655 King Salmon, AK 99613. Any questions can be directed to the Chief of Police at 907.246.4222. Closes when filled. (ad posted 02-27-15)  

Entry Level Deputy
Yakima

Yakima County Sheriff's Office The Yakima County Civil Service Commission is now accepting applications to form a register of eligible candidates for entry level Deputy Sheriff with the Yakima County Sheriff's Office. Applications will be accepted until 4:00 pm, Thursday March 5, 2015. For further information and application forms, contact Human Resources Department 128 N. 2nd Street Room B27 Yakima, WA 98901 Click here for more information (ad posted 02-26-15)  

Police Officer
Brier

Brier Police Department Lateral Entry and Post Academy Graduate. Click here for more information (ad posted 01-08-15)

Entry/Lateral Police Officer
Coulee Dam

Town of Coulee Dam Contact Town of Coulee Dam for full details and application. cdclerk@couleedam.org, 509-633-0320, 300 Lincoln Ave. Coulee Dam WA 99116 Testing will be 3/10/15 beginning at 8:00am (ad posted 02-18-15)

Lateral/Entry Police Officer
La Conner

Swinomish Tribal Police Opening for lateral/entry level police officer. Salary $4463 - $6569. Contact Public Safety Testing. Open until filled (ad posted 02-18-15)

Lateral Entry Patrol Deputy
Coupeville

Island County Sheriff's Department Lateral Entry Patrol Deputy Position in Island County: Whidbey and Camano Islands see islandcounty.net/humanresources/… for application and information Click here for more information (ad posted 12-28-14)

Reserve Police Officer
Buckley

Buckley Police Department Buckley Police Department is currently recruiting for our Reserve Police Officer Program. Please visit the Buckley Police Department Reserve Police Officer Program webpage for more information cityofbuckley.com/…} The Reserve Coordinator can be contacted at mvoglis@cityofbuckley.com (ad posted 12-31-14)

Lateral Police Officer
Ocean Shores

City of Ocean Shores The Ocean Shores Police Department is creating an eligibility list for Lateral Police Officers with one immediate opening. Salary Range $4586-$5309. Visit osgov.com for complete announcement information. Closing date March 11, 2015 at 5:00pm. Click here for more information (ad posted 02-23-15)

Lateral Entry Police Officer
Gig Harbor

City of Gig Harbor Please see cityofgigharbor.net for application and information. Number of vacancies: 1 (ad posted 01-28-15)

University of Washington Campus Police Officer: ENTRY
Seattle

University of Washington 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. Safeguarding the academic community with P.R.I.D.E. The University of Washington Police Department (UWPD) is committed to working with the community in resolving problems through community policing practices and keeping the community educated as to safe practices to protect yourself and your property. Our community stays involved by taking responsibility in reporting crimes, suspicious activities, and practicing crime prevention techniques. Situated on a beautiful campus, the UW police force, security personnel and the involvement of the community create a safe and secure environment for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. As part of the University of Washington community, UWPD provides law enforcement services to the largest college population and sports stadium in the State of Washington. We also provide security to visitors including dignitaries and other invited guests, contributing a vital role in the safety, security, and success of the University of Washington. The University of Washington Police Department has the exclusive responsibility to provide law enforcement services for the main campus of the University of Washington, Seattle, 24 hours a day, every day of the year. UWPD responds to public calls for service within a very diverse community. We provide preventive patrol of the campus and nearby areas, enforcing state laws, city ordinances, and University regulations. Police Officers conduct criminal and traffic investigations, make arrests, prepare necessary documentation and testify in court. Officers also provide for the safety and security of persons and property at university events and attend community meetings. Officers have the opportunity to participate in a number of lateral assignments such as bicycle patrol, field training officer, detectives and crime prevention. UWPD Officers exercise police authority on surrounding city streets as agreed to under a memorandum of understanding with the Seattle Police Department and through provision of the Washington Mutual Aid Peace Officers Powers Act (RCW 10.93.070). All qualified ENTRY Level candidates are invited to participate in the selection process, which may include a physical agility test, written test, and ride-along with a Field Training Officer, Oral Boards (panel interview), a background investigation, polygraph, medical and psychological examination. Entry-level Police Officers attend the 720 hours Basic Law Enforcement Academy and, upon graduation, will enter a Field Training Officer (FTO) program. OUR DEPARTMENT The Department serves a daily population of more than 75,000 people by utilizing a Community Oriented Policing and Problem Solving approach to law enforcement. Our community is very diverse and includes faculty, staff, students, visitors and patients. UWPD has 80+ full-time employees including 47 commissioned officers of various ranks, Police Dispatchers, and administrative support staff. The Department operates an Enhanced 911 Communications Center. UWPD was the first police department in the State of Washington accredited by the Washington Association of Sheriffs and Police Chiefs (WASPC). UWPD is proud to be one of 69 university or college police departments nationally accredited through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA). Initially accredited in 2005, the agency has maintained compliance with required national standards/best practices, and achieved reaccredited status in 2008 and in 2011. For additional information on UWPD, visit our website at: University of Washington Police Department. DUTIES Police services are available 24 hours a day, every day of the year. 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. Police Officers at the University of Washington respond to public calls for service within a very diverse community. They provide law enforcement patrol of the campus and nearby areas, enforcing state laws, city ordinances, and University regulations. Police Officers conduct criminal and traffic investigations, make arrests, prepare necessary documentation and testify in court. Officers also provide for the safety and security of persons and property at University events and attend community meetings. Duties and Responsibilities include: • Patrol a designated area on foot or in a patrol car to enforce institution rules and regulations, local, state, and federal statutes, and ordinances; • Inspect buildings and grounds for trespassers, fire, property damage, or other irregularities; • Direct and regulate traffic; investigate accidents or crimes; administer first aid; issue citations for violations; gather evidence; locate witnesses; appear in court, present evidence, and testify against persons accused of crime; • Operate department communication equipment; answer telephone inquiries; receive reports of criminal activity; dispatch foot and mobile units; operate paging system; monitor alarm systems; prepare and distribute reports; • Prevent or disperse illegal gatherings or demonstrations; maintain surveillance of an area suspect for criminal activity; • Issue misdemeanor citations; investigate, arrest and/or book suspects into applicable detention facilities for misdemeanors, gross misdemeanors, and felony offenses; • Assist city or county police and state patrol in cases of emergency SPECIALIZED UNITS/OPPORTUNITIES UW Police Officers have unique opportunities to work in specialized units and assignments. These units and assignments include: • Detective Unit; • Community Outreach Unit; • Bicycle Officers; • Field Training Officers; • Plain clothes details; • Explosives Detection K-9 Unit; • Dignitary Protection assignments; SHIFTS Police Officers work a variety of shifts depending on their assignment. These shifts may include traditional 5x8s or 4x10s, with some weekend work required. REQUIREMENTS: • High school graduation or equivalent; • Be at least twenty-one years of age at time of hire; • Possess a valid Washington State driver's license (by date of hire); • No felony convictions; • At least two years of full-time college credits (90 credit hours if quarter system or 60 credit hours if semester system) in police science or allied field, -OR one year of Police Officer -OR one year of campus security officer experience at an accredited higher education institution (i.e., college or university); • U.S. citizenship at time of examination; • No convictions for child abuse; • No convictions for domestic violence. 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 START your job search -enter Req #105128 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 01-29-15)

Lateral Deputy
Yakima

Yakima County Sheriff's Office Yakima County Civil Service Commission is now accepting applications to form a register of eligible candidates for lateral entry Deputy Sheriff position with the Yakima County Sheriff's Office. Applications and required documents will be accepted until 4:00 pm, Thursday March 5, 2015. For further information and to request application forms, contact Human Resources Department 128 N. 2nd Street Room B27 Yakima, WA 98901 (509) 574-2210 Click here for more information (ad posted 02-26-15)  

Deputy Sheriff-Intermediate Lateral
Spokane

Spokane County Sheriff's Office APPLY AT: spokanecounty.org/hr/… $4,135 - $5,580 Monthly United States citizen; at least 21 who can read and write the English language; high school graduate or equivalent; must have and retain valid motor vehicle operator’s license; height and weight proportional and sufficient for physical restraint of suspects; vision at least 20/100 in each eye correctable to 20/20 in the good eye, 20/30 in the lesser eye; no color vision deficiencies; normal hearing in voice tones from 500 to 2000 Hz; must qualify through background review including integrity interview; good reputation; no record of felony conviction or excessive traffic violations. 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. REQUIRED ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS CHECKLIST: -Current driver’s license (MUST be uploaded with your application, photos/.jpeg images are accepted) -Validated copy of an official typing test score administered within the last 90 days (must be uploaded). Net score must be at least 30 WPM, after adjustment for errors. **We cannot accept self-tests completed on the Internet. Most temporary employment agencies offer validated typing tests. You may want to contact the agencies to confirm that the offer validated typing tests and whether or not they charge a fee. -Sealed official transcripts from the school of your highest level of education (All transcripts must be sealed official copies. They cannot be uploaded with your application. Transcripts must be received in our office by the testing date.) -DD-214 - Member Form 4 (upload), if applicable (See RCW 41.04.010 as to how Veteran’s Preference is applied.) -Copy of your WSCJTC Basic academy certificate (must be uploaded) -Copies of all training records applicable to position (must be uploaded) DO NOT SUBMIT RESUME ALL REQUIRED ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY CIVIL SERVICE BEFORE AN APPLICANT IS PERMITTED TO TAKE THE EXAM. IF CIVIL SERVICE HAS NOT RECEIVED THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS THE APPLICANT WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO TAKE THE EXAM. TESTING DATES: Physical Ability Test will be held on Wednesday, April 9, 2015 (ad posted 02-09-15)

Deputy Sheriff-Lateral Entry
Spokane

Spokane County Sheriff's Office APPLY AT: spokanecounty.org/hr/… $4,570- $5,580 Monthly United States citizen; at least 21 who can read and write the English language; high school graduate or equivalent; must have and retain valid motor vehicle operator’s license; height and weight proportional and sufficient for physical restraint of suspects; vision at least 20/100 in each eye correctable to 20/20 in the good eye, 20/30 in the lesser eye; no color vision deficiencies; normal hearing in voice tones from 500 to 2000 Hz; must qualify through background review including integrity interview; good reputation; no record of felony conviction or excessive traffic violations. 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 five years. REQUIRED ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS CHECKLIST: -Current driver’s license (MUST be uploaded with your application, photos/.jpeg images are accepted) -Validated copy of an official typing test score administered within the last 90 days (must be uploaded). Net score must be at least 30 WPM, after adjustment for errors. **We cannot accept self-tests completed on the Internet. Most temporary employment agencies offer validated typing tests. You may want to contact the agencies to confirm that the offer validated typing tests and whether or not they charge a fee. -Sealed official transcripts from the school of your highest level of education (All transcripts must be sealed official copies. They cannot be uploaded with your application. Transcripts must be received in our office by the testing date.) -DD-214 - Member Form 4 (upload), if applicable (See RCW 41.04.010 as to how Veteran’s Preference is applied.) -Copy of your WSCJTC Basic academy certificate (must be uploaded) -Copies of all training records applicable to position (must be uploaded) DO NOT SUBMIT RESUME ALL REQUIRED ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY CIVIL SERVICE BEFORE AN APPLICANT IS PERMITTED TO TAKE THE EXAM. IF CIVIL SERVICE HAS NOT RECEIVED THE REQUIRED DOCUMENTS THE APPLICANT WILL NOT BE PERMITTED TO TAKE THE EXAM. TESTING DATES: Physical Ability Test will be held on Wednesday, April 9, 2015 (ad posted 02-09-15)

Entry Level Deputy
Chehalis

Lewis County Sheriff's Office lewiscountywa.gov/… Updated: February 03, 2015 The Lewis County Sheriff's Office is currently hiring for Entry Level Deputy. The department will be building an on-going eligibility list. Salary Information: Base salary ranges from $4,292 (Step I) to $5,286 (Step VII), yearly step increases to year seven, education incentive, longevity, and specialty pay depending on assignment. A lateral candidate will be placed at a salary step commensurate with his/her qualifications and experience. Benefit Information: Employer contributes 95% toward medical, dental, vision plan premiums, VEBA account, paid vacation and sick time, eleven paid holidays, deferred comp available. Agency Information: The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) is a professional and progressive full-service law enforcement agency for the unincorporated region of Lewis County. The agency is organized into three Bureaus ...Operations, Corrections, and Services that are overseen by the Sheriff’s Administrative Staff. Relative to other Sheriff’s Offices in the state, LCSO is an average-sized agency of 110 employees comprised of Deputies, Corrections Officers, Support Staff and Administrative Staff. Numerous career opportunities exist, to include specialty positions within the Operations and Corrections Bureaus. 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 Vision: 20/100 uncorrected and correctable to 20/20 in each eye. Academy Certification: You must successfully pass all testing and examinations which measure ability to perform essential job functions. These tests may include but are not limited to physical agility, oral, skill, polygraph, psychological, medical, and background investigation. Prior Experience: To apply and sign up for pre-employment testing, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com (ad posted 02-20-15)

Lateral-experienced Police Officer
Puyallup

City of Puyallup Open to police officers with at least 2 years experience in municipal, state or county law enforcement. (ad posted 02-17-15)

Entry and Lateral Police Officer
Auburn

City of Auburn The City of Auburn is accepting applications for Entry Level and Lateral Police Officer. The City currently has several openings and is actively recruiting to fill these vacancies! Please see the attached PDF for details. Click here for more information (ad posted 02-17-15)

Lateral Police Officer
Yakima

City of Yakima Please see attached file Click here for more information (ad posted 03-02-15)  

Lateral Police Officer
Elma

City of Elma Accepting applications for a Lateral Police Officer. Applications must be physically received by Friday, March 6, 2015 at 4:00 p.m. (ad posted 02-19-15)

Lateral Officer
Wenatchee

Wenatchee Police Departmnet Application deadline of April 18th; Testing April 25th. Click here for more information (ad posted 02-20-15)

Miscellaneous

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Flagger
South Lake Union

Star Protection Agency, LLC Click on the link to view more details. Click here for more information (ad posted 09-17-14)

Campus Security Officer
Seattle

Seattle Pacific University Seattle Pacific University has an exciting opportunity for individuals interested in the public safety. The campus security officer performs a wide range of public safety work including law enforcement, crime prevention, fire suppression, accident investigation rescue, and emergency medical services; and performs related work as required. The mission of the Office of Safety and Security is to provide a save working, living, and learning environment for the members of the Seattle Pacific University community and to protect University assets through the use of sound crime prevention and safety practices. The Office of Safety and Security focuses on four key areas of response: criminal, fire, medical, and crisis. JOB DESCRIPTION: Non-commissioned officers patrol the campus on a 24-hour basis to render immediate aid and provide a variety of safety-related programs and services to the campus community. The Office of Safety and Security (“OSS”) responds to an average 300 criminal, fire, and medical incidents each year. However, these statistics do not reflect every day patrol activities which include community services, crime prevention, building searches, investigations and other support services. Each year security officers provide over 7500 responses to these daily activities. In addition, OSS maintains a Security Operations Center with integrated alarm and surveillance monitoring. Officers are provided training by external agencies and field training in order to effectively respond to these areas, including: fire suppression training at the Washington State Fire Training Academy, first responder medical training, MOAB / defensive tactics training for criminal response, active shooter response, report writing, telecommunications, and surveillance tactics. RESPONSBILITIES ?Patrol a designated area of the campus on foot or in a patrol vehicle and preserve law and order through the prevention of crime and enforcement of laws and University policy. ?Utilizes defensive equipment such as baton, handcuffs, OC Spray according to University use of force policy. ?Conducts on-campus crime investigations. ?Enforce property rights through trespass admonishment and detention if needed. ?Writes reports for dissemination to appropriate management. ?Conducts crime prevention program presentations. Delivers crime prevention and self-defense programs (if certified) to the SPU community. ? Liaison with Seattle Police Department, Seattle Fire Department/EMS for coordinated response when needed. ?Respond to fires and fire alarms. ?Utilize fire suppression and rescue equipment (fire extinguisher, hoses, rescue chair). ?Conduct fire safety inspections of systems and safety hazards. ?Responds to hazardous materials incidents. ?Respond to traffic accidents on campus property. ?Respond to medical and injury reports, administering first aid, CPR/AED as required. ?Maintain medical equipment and supplies as well as maintain a state of readiness for emergency response. ?Maintain a state of readiness for responding to all-hazards, including active shooter, earthquake, bomb, chemical spill, etc.). ?As essential personnel, report in for all crisis level incidents and maintain personal readiness for extended shifts. ?Provide safety at Special Events. ?Dispatch personnel to emergency and non-emergency calls-for-service including criminal response, fire response, and EMS response. ?Monitor campus fire and security alarm systems. ?Monitor extensive video surveillance systems. For more details, see job announcement at spu.interviewexchange.com/…. ABOUT SEATTLE PACIFIC UNIVERSITY Founded in 1891, Seattle Pacific University has a long and distinguished history in Christian higher education. Located just minutes from downtown Seattle, SPU seeks to be a premier Christian University fully committed to engaging the culture and changing the world by graduating people of competence and character, becoming people of wisdom, and modeling grace-filled community. Seattle Pacific University seeks applicants committed to its Christian mission. SPU offers generous retirement and health benefits, paid time off, tuition discounts, and alternative commute benefits. (ad posted 02-03-15)

Corrections

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Entry Level Corrections Officer
South Bend

Pacific County Civil Service Pacific County Civil Service is accepting applications for establishing a register for Entry Level Corrections Officer. Click here for more information (ad posted 01-21-15)

Corrections Deputy
Tacoma

Pierce County Sheriff's Department The Pierce County Corrections Bureau has 10 vacancies and anticipates more in the upcoming months. Please apply and test at nationaltestingnetwork.com. (ad posted 01-07-15)

Corrections Officer
Spokane

Spokane County Detenjtion Services Spokane County Detention Services is looking to fill several Corrections Officer openings with the Spokane County Jail and Geiger Corrections. Please visit the Spokane County Detention Services website and follow the links to register and apply with Neogov. This site will also give details about: Job description, requirements, compensation and benefits. This posting is open and continuous. Test date notification will be coming soon. (ad posted 10-17-14)

Corrections Deputy
Bellingham

Whatcom County Sheriff's Office Applications for open Lateral Corrections Deputy positions are available by contacting Nickee Hughes at 360-676-6650 (ad posted 12-11-14)

Corrections Officer
South Bend

Pacific County Civil Service Pacific County Civil Service is accepting applications for Corrections Officer throughout the year. For more details, please see the Pacific County Webpage. (ad posted 12-12-14)

U.S. Probation and Pretrial Services Officer
See flyer for Location

U.S. District Court Please see attached announcement for details. Click here for more information (ad posted 02-27-15)  

Director II
Seattle

Pioneer Human Services Available Position: Director II, Adult Reentry - FT Available Shift: First Location: Helen B. Ratcliff House and Madison Inn Work Release – Seattle, WA Please see full posting and apply online by visiting our career site: pioneerhumanservices.org/… Search for job # 237727 (ad posted 02-20-15)

Entry Level Corrections Officer
Yakima

Yakima County Department of Corrections Yakima County Department of Corrections is now taking applications to fill current opening for entry level corrections officers. Click here for more information (ad posted 02-26-15)  

Corrections Officer
Des Moines

South Correctional Entity Please visit our employment website at scorejail.org/employment/ for more information. (ad posted 02-17-15)

Communications and Related

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Communications Officer (Radio Dispatcher)
Spokane

Spokane County Civil Service Receive and transmit radio, computer, and telephone communication of the Sheriff’s Office, dispatch patrol cars; maintain files and other office records. See further job description information at spokanecounty.org/hr/… SALARY: $3,436.42 - $4,636.93 Monthly 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, in either ear (see job posting for specifics). Keyboarding ability of 45 WPM. Valid drivers license at hire and during employment. PLEASE NOTE: Applications will not be accepted unless applicant has completed initial testing through Public Safety Testing. No exceptions. -Zone 911/CritiCall Test with Civil Service: Date TBD--Only applicants who have completed the Public Safety Test for Radio Dispatchers will be invited to take this test. Upon receipt of Public Safety Test scores, Civil Service will email notify applicants with further instructions. READ INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. All applicants must first apply through the Public Safety Testing (PST) website, publicsafetytesting.com/event/events/view/id/…. Then select the test date to come in to take the written exam. During the registration process, you will be prompted to take the typing test which is on the PST website. The passing grade on the typing test for the Spokane County Sheriff's Office is 45 WPM. You must have a passing typing test before you attend your test date. There is a fee to take the test with Public Safety Testing. The fee is $31 to test for 1–2 agencies. The fee must be paid prior to the scheduled test date to confirm your seat at the test. It may be a good idea to make sure you are able to pass the typing test before paying the fee. Public Safety Testing is facilitating the initial part of this test for Spokane County. Please contact them directly with any questions specific to this part of the testing process. You can either call 1-866-447-3911 or email contact@publicsafetytesting.com with questions. REQUIRED ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS CHECKLIST: -Current driver’s license (MUST be uploaded with your application, photos/.jpeg images are accepted) -Sealed official transcripts from the school of your highest level of education (All transcripts must be sealed official copies. They cannot be uploaded with your application. Transcripts must be received in our office by the testing date.) -DD-214 - Member Form 4 (upload), if applicable (See RCW 41.04.010 as to how Veteran’s Preference is applied.) DO NOT SUBMIT RESUME **ALL REQUIRED ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY CIVIL SERVICE BEFORE AN APPLICANT IS PERMITTED TO TAKE THE ZONE 911/CRITICALL EXAM. IF ALL ADDITIONAL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS ARE NOT UPLOADED WITH APPLICATION OR SUBMITTED TO CIVIL SERVICE, APPLICATION WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.** (ad posted 02-10-15)

Communications Officer-Lateral Entry
Spokane

Spokane County Sheriff's Office Receive and transmit radio, computer, and telephone communication of the Sheriff’s Office, dispatch patrol cars; maintain files and other office records. See further job description information at spokanecounty.org/hr/… SALARY: $3,797.35 - $4,636.93 Monthly 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, in either ear (see job posting for specifics). Keyboarding ability of 45 WPM. Valid drivers license at hire and during employment. LATERAL ENTRY: 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. PLEASE NOTE: Applications will not be accepted unless applicant has completed initial testing through Public Safety Testing. No exceptions. -Zone 911/CritiCall Test with Civil Service: Date TBD--Only applicants who have completed the Public Safety Test for Radio Dispatchers will be invited to take this test. Upon receipt of Public Safety Test scores, Civil Service will email notify applicants with further instructions. READ INSTRUCTIONS CAREFULLY. All applicants must first apply through the Public Safety Testing (PST) website, publicsafetytesting.com/event/events/view/id/…. Then select the test date to come in to take the written exam. During the registration process, you will be prompted to take the typing test which is on the PST website. The passing grade on the typing test for the Spokane County Sheriff's Office is 45 WPM. You must have a passing typing test before you attend your test date. There is a fee to take the test with Public Safety Testing. The fee is $31 to test for 1–2 agencies. The fee must be paid prior to the scheduled test date to confirm your seat at the test. It may be a good idea to make sure you are able to pass the typing test before paying the fee. Public Safety Testing is facilitating the initial part of this test for Spokane County. Please contact them directly with any questions specific to this part of the testing process. You can either call 1-866-447-3911 or email contact@publicsafetytesting.com with questions. REQUIRED ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS CHECKLIST: -Current driver’s license (MUST be uploaded with your application, photos/.jpeg images are accepted) -Sealed official transcripts from the school of your highest level of education (All transcripts must be sealed official copies. They cannot be uploaded with your application. Transcripts must be received in our office by the testing date.) -DD-214 - Member Form 4 (upload), if applicable (See RCW 41.04.010 as to how Veteran’s Preference is applied.) DO NOT SUBMIT RESUME **ALL REQUIRED ADDITIONAL DOCUMENTS MUST BE RECEIVED BY CIVIL SERVICE BEFORE AN APPLICANT IS PERMITTED TO TAKE THE ZONE 911/CRITICALL EXAM. IF ALL ADDITIONAL REQUIRED DOCUMENTS ARE NOT UPLOADED WITH APPLICATION OR SUBMITTED TO CIVIL SERVICE, APPLICATION WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.** (ad posted 02-10-15)

Administrative

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Clerk/Secretary
South Bend

Pacific County Civil Service Pacific County Civil Service is accepting applications for Clerk/Secretary on a daily basis. Please see the Pacific County Webpage for more details. (ad posted 12-12-14)

Sheriff's Records Specialist
Seattle

King County Sheriff's Office This classification provides a wide range of Sheriff's Office records services to a diverse group of internal and external customers. This position performs complex clerical and technical work with a great deal of independence. The responsibilities of this class include: performing specialized law enforcement and other criminal justice records data entry, maintenance, verification and retrieval in response to internal and external customer requests; conducting in-depth research and investigation, in accordance with state and federal laws; and maintaining records related to law enforcement functions.Apply online at kingcounty.gov/… Click here for more information (ad posted 03-03-15)  

911

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Telecommunicator
South Bend

Pacific County Civil Service Pacific County Civil Service is accepting applications on a daily basis for all interested with Telecommunicator in the Sheriff's Office. Please see Pacific County Webpage for details. (ad posted 12-12-14)

Public Safety Dispatcher
Puyallup

City of Puyallup This is public safety dispatching work on an enhanced 911 system. Employees in this classification are responsible for operating a variety of technical communications equipment, to include computer aided dispatching equipment used to receive and transmit information relative to City, law enforcement, fire, ambulance service, public works and a variety of other public assistance requests. Work involves receiving and carefully screening calls to determine appropriate type and level of assistance required and deploying City law enforcement, fire and public works personnel. To view the full job description and to apply, please visit our website at puyallupjobs.org. Closing Date: Open Until Filled (ad posted 10-08-14)

UWPD Police Dispatcher / Call Receiver
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. 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 yourself and your 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. We also provide 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. Our purpose is to serve and protect the students, staff, faculty and all people and property within the jurisdiction of that community. Police services are available 24 hours a day, every day of the year. 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 Communication Center is currently staffed by five 911 dispatchers who report to a civilian supervisor. The dispatchers receive 911 calls, non-emergency calls, TTY calls (hearing impaired), intrusion/hold-up alarm calls, monitor fire alarms, and monitor several radio frequencies. After receiving a call the dispatcher will determine the appropriate level of response and dispatch the personnel to the call. UWPD has an outstanding opportunity for a Police Dispatcher/Call Receiver to perform specialized and varied work in the Police Department Communications Center to include receiving and transmitting law enforcement and related public safety information. This position is responsible for answering department telephones including emergency 911 telephone calls, determining the nature of the caller’s business and dispatching police mobile units, or referring the call to the appropriate resource; prioritizing and routing emergency calls to fire, police and emergency medical services. There is often a high volume of calls, many of which involve accidents or crimes in progress. The Dispatcher will operate radio dispatching equipment, various computer systems, and associated recording equipment. Additionally, Police Dispatcher/Call Receivers compile information and write and generate accurate reports. The department strongly subscribes and operates under the tenants of community oriented policing and service. The Communications Center operates 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Competitive candidates will possess demonstrated experience in thinking clearly and acting quickly and making correct decisions, taking charge of conversations, obtaining accurate information from callers, entering information into a computer while talking and making sound and quick decisions. Inherent to success in this position is excellent organizational skills to include multitasking while coping with numerous interruptions and remaining calm and professional in emergency situations. This is an opportunity to join a team of men and women who are committed to the highest standards of professionalism and service and to work in an environment that is focused on-going employee development. UWPD is very proud to be one of only 15 police agencies in Washington that has achieved national accreditation. Administered by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies, Inc. (“CALEA”), the law enforcement accreditation program requires agencies to comply with over 400 standards in four basic areas: policy and procedures, administration, operations and support services. TO VIEW THE POSTING AND TO APPLY, Please visit: uw.edu/… Click START your job search Enter Req #109119 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 02-19-15)

Records Specialist
Tacoma

South Sound 911.org Please visit our website at southsound911.org and click on employment for detailed information about the position - Open until filled (ad posted 01-16-15)

Police Dispatcher
Seattle

University of Washington Police Department UNIVERSITY OF WASHINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT 1117 NE BOAT STREET SEATTLE, WASHINGTON 98105 uw.edu/… Updated: February 20, 2015 Classification: Police Dispatcher The University of Washington Police Department is currently hiring for Police Dispatcher. All testing through National Testing Network must be completed by March 25, 2015. Applications to UWPD must be completed online by March 25, 2015: uw.edu/…. Salary Information: $3,548 to $4,773/month Benefit Information: As a UW employee, you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs. For a complete description of our benefits for this position, please visit our website, washington.edu/admin/hr/benefits/forms/ben-summaries/…. Contact Person: Lt. Craig Wilson craigw@uw.edu Department Information: 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. As an agency of the university community, UWPD provides law enforcement to the largest college and stadium in Washington State. We also provide 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. Our purpose is to serve and protect the students, staff, faculty and all people and property within the jurisdiction of that community. Police services are available 24 hours a day, every day of the year. 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. UWPD has an outstanding opportunity for a Police Dispatcher/Call Receiver to perform specialized and varied work in the Police Department Communications Center to include receiving and transmitting law enforcement and related public safety information. This position is responsible for answering department telephones including emergency 911 telephone calls, determining the nature of the caller's business and dispatching police mobile units, or referring the call to the appropriate resource; prioritizing and routing emergency calls to fire, police and emergency medical services. There is often a high volume of calls, many of which involve accidents or crimes in progress. The Dispatcher will operate radio dispatching equipment, various computer systems, and associated recording equipment. Additionally, Police Dispatcher/Call Receivers compile information and write and generate accurate reports. The department strongly subscribes and operates under the tenants of community oriented policing and service. The Communications Center operates 24 hours per day, 7 days per week. Competitive candidates will possess demonstrated experience in thinking clearly and acting quickly and making correct decisions, taking charge of conversations, obtaining accurate information from callers, entering information into a computer while talking and making sound and quick decisions. Inherent to success in this position is excellent organizational skills to include multitasking while coping with numerous interruptions and remaining calm and professional in emergency situations. This is an opportunity to join a team of men and women who are committed to the highest standards of professionalism and service and to work in an environment that is focused on-going employee development. Job Requirements US Citizen: Lawfully work in the US High School Grad/GED: Yes or equivalent AND two years of experience to include dispatching responsibilities and/or completion of an accredited dispatcher program OR Equivalent education/experience may be substituted for MQ except when there are legal requirements such as licenses/certification/registration. Valid WASHINGTON State Driver's License: Yes Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes Prior Experience: Yes Additional Requirements: •Must be willing to work any shift or work-week, including mandatory overtime and holidays, as assigned. •Excellent written, verbal and interpersonal communications skills to include demonstrated ability to clearly and concisely speak English and understand English. •Computer experience to include experience with Word, strong and accurate keyboarding skills. •Demonstrated ability to accurately hear and simultaneously document verbal information. •Strong customer service skills. •Proven ability to exhibit patience and remain calm and professional while questioning callers for whom English may be an additional language, callers who may be verbally abusive, emotionally upset, uncooperative or frightened. •Ability to work in a high-pressured, high security environment. •Ability to take direction, work independently and as part of a team. •Ability to work in a confined area, primarily seated in an office setting for extended periods of time with no outside visibility. •Must believe in teamwork and have strong commitment to excellence and continued improvement. •Must be comfortable working in a law enforcement agency and able to maintain confidentiality. Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration. DESIRED: •Police dispatch experience •Experience with emergency 911 calls •CAD/RMS experience •Current WSCJTC T1/T2, ACCESS certifications or out of state POST certification •Fluency in other languages (such as Spanish, Chinese, Japanese, Thai, Russian) To sign up for pre-employment testing, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com and click on FIND JOBS and the EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS JOBS. Select the department and read over all th