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Support

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Support Specialist
Montesano

Grays Harbor County Sheriffs Office Must be U.S. citizen, 18 yrs of age by January 12, 2019. Base salary $3,565 to $4,036 per month. Instructions, job description, and application are included in the Notice of Exam. See attached file. Click here for more information (ad posted 11-08-18)

Police Officer and Deputy

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Lateral Entry Patrol Deputy
Coupeville

Island County Sheriff's Office Four(4)openings for Patrol Deputy in Island County (Camano Is.& Whidbey Is.) Rural settings with urban like law enforcement situations. Initial testing done by PST. Posting & application at governmentjobs.com/careers/… Contact me with your questions. Linda Meehan l.meehan@co.island.wa.us (ad posted 10-16-18)

Lateral Police Officer
Moses Lake

Moses Lake Police Department Police Officer–Lateral IMMEDIATE OPENINGS Qualified Lateral Officer Signing Bonus of up to $10,000.00 DOQ The City of Moses Lake Civil Service is currently accepting applications to form a register of eligible candidates for the position of Lateral Police Officer. The Moses Lake Police Department employs 37 commissioned officers and 8 civilian staff members. Officers within the department have the ability to serve in different assignments including; Investigations, Street Crimes, SWAT, K9 and as School Resource Officers. Benefits: • Work Schedule consists of 12 hour shifts (4 on/4 off rotation) • Salary; $61,032 to $76,296 DOQ • 96 hours of paid vacation leave annually (w/progressive increases) • 96 hours of paid sick leave • 88 hours of straight time pay in lieu of holidays • 104 hours of Kelly Time Off • Specialty Assignments • Education Pay • LEOFF 2 Retirement System • Excellent Benefits Requirements: Applicants must be currently employed as a certified full-time law enforcement with at least 12 months of service. Officers with certifications from outside of Washington State must successfully complete the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission Equivalent Academy. Signing bonus is based on years of service, training, qualifications, instructor certifications and specialty assignments from previous employer. Apply: Interested applicants may obtain an application via our website at cityofml.com/…, Job Opportunities or by contacting the City of Moses Lake Human Resources Department at (509) 764-3703. Completed applications must be submitted to: City of Moses Lake Human Resources 401 S Balsam St Moses Lake, WA 98837 The City of Moses Lake is an equal opportunity employer. Area Information: For information about Moses Lake and surrounding areas view the Port of Moses Lake video found at: portofmoseslake.com/quality-of-life/ (ad posted 09-17-18)

Entry level Deputy
Wahkiakum, WA

Wahkiakum County The Wahkiakum County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for Entry-Level Deputy in order to establish a certified list through civil service. Must pass a physical agility test, written test, and background check. Applications, job description, qualifications, salary and benefits can be found at the Sheriff's Office or on web site: co.wahkiakum.wa.us/DocumentCenter/Index/… . Preference points for veterans and reserve deputies. There will be a $30.00 testing fee due at time of testing. (ad posted 09-18-18)

Lateral/Exceptional Entry Police Officer
Duvall

Duvall Police Department Establishing an eligibility list. Click here for more information (ad posted 09-23-18)

Lateral Police Officer
Lake Stevens

Lake Stevens Police Department Lake Stevens Police Department is actively recruiting Lateral Police Officers to establish an Eligibility List to fill an expected vacancy in July. Monthly salary is $5,614 to $7,218 depending on experience, plus excellent incentives and benefits. The department has 38 full-time employees: 30 Commissioned Officers, 8 limited-commission/civilian employees. Click here for information. Click here for more information (ad posted 07-11-18)

Lateral Deputy Sheriff
Montesano

Grays Harbor County Sheriffs Office Must demonstrate professional, ethical 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. No felony convictions. No gross misdemeanor/misdemeanor conviction for physical harm, controlled substances. Pass background, poly, psych eval. Click here for more information (ad posted 10-30-18)

Entry Level and Lateral Entry Deputy Sheriff
Pomeroy

Garfield County Sheriff's Office The Garfield county Sheriff's Office will be accepting applications for the position of Entry Level and Lateral Entry Deputy Sheriff. The salary is between $45,741.15 and $50, 943.51 per year with a competitive benefit package. To apply or for more information, please contact the Garfield County Sheriff's Office @ 789 Main Street Pomeroy, WA 99347 or call 509-843-3494. Applications need to be returned or postmarked on or before February 8th, 2019. Garfield County is an equal opportunity employer. (ad posted 12-08-18)  

Deputy- Entry and Lateral
Newport

Pend Oreille County Pend Oreille Country is located in North Eastern Washington, on the boarder of Northern Idaho and Canada, with Newport, Washington being the County seat. We are just a few miles from major cities such as Spokane, Washington and Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. We offer rural living, fantastic recreational opportunities, and beautiful scenery! In short, Pend Oreille County is a great place to live, work, and play. Full-time. SALARY AND BENEFITS: Full-time. Union. Starting Entry rate:$4304.45/month). Starting Lateral rate: $4484.57/month-$4842.52/month,DOE. Benefits package including vacation, sick leave, holiday pay, life insurance, retirement plan and medical benefits. HURRY-Closes 1-9-2019! Click here for more information (ad posted 12-06-18)

Lateral (Certified) Police Officers
Camas

City of Camas - Camas Police Department Camas Police Department - Salary $6033-7204/month, plus education, accreditation and Master Patrol Officer premium pay. Please see job posting for complete details. Click here for more information (ad posted 12-10-18)  

Lateral Deputy
Seattle

King County Sheriff's Office With a commissioned staff of more than 700, we are among the largest sheriff's departments in the country. Our deputies have opportunities to serve in many different communities, including unincorporated King County, numerous contract city police departments, transit police agencies, and so many more. We offer countless unique assignments that range from school or community-based positions to drug enforcement and bomb disposal. All deputies begin their career on patrol (no jail service requirement), providing service to the people of a specific district. Deputies are assigned to single-person patrol cars, and gain a strong sense of ownership in their communities by interacting with the residents, business owners, and visitors in the area. Apply online at kingcounty.gov/… Click here for more information (ad posted 08-21-18)

Lateral Police Officer
Des Moines

Des Moines Police Department Washington State Certified Click here for more information (ad posted 08-21-18)

Academy Graduate Police Officer
Des Moines

Des Moines Police Department Must be a graduate of CJTC Basic Law Enforcement Academy Click here for more information (ad posted 08-21-18)

Lateral Police Officer
Boardman

Boardman Police Department is currently accepting applications for a Lateral Police Officer. We are seeking applicants that are community minded and who want to make a difference in our community. 40 hours of vacation and 40 hours of sick leave at hire. Minimum Qualifications of applicants; Possess a valid Oregon Basic Police Officer Certification from DPSST or equivalent, 21years of age, must have High School Diploma and/or a General Education Diploma (GED) and a valid driver’s license. Final candidates will be required to pass a background check and physical exam. Please click the link for more information. cityofboardman.com/… (ad posted 12-03-18)

Police Officer Entry Level
Everett

Everett Police Department is seeking an entry level police officer to join their team. Work of this class involves assistance in foot, bicycle or automobile patrol of designated City areas to investigate, deter and discover possible violations of criminal and vehicle traffic laws, codes and/or ordinances; supervised responses to calls, complaints or reports of the actual, possible or potential occurrence of criminal activity; administration of immediate assistance to citizens in critical and/or emergency situations where the security of lives and/or property may be endangered. The activities are generally performed under the immediate supervision of an assigned field-training officer (FTO). In addition, all work must be performed in accordance with all currently applicable department rules, policies and procedures. Employees may be directed to engage in specialized assignments according to abilities and knowledge developed during the initial training period. Work of this class is subject to continual review by direct inspection, written report and/or oral discussion for accuracy and conformance to instructions as well as established policies and procedures. Please click on the link for more information. Click here for more information (ad posted 12-04-18)

Entry Level/Lateral Police Officer
Buckley

Buckley Police Department City of Buckley Job Announcement Entry Level/Lateral Police Officer. The City of Buckley Civil Service Commission is accepting applications to establish an eligibility list for the position of Entry Level Police Officer / Lateral Police Officer. 2019 salary range is $5,065 to $6,322 plus education incentive, special assignment incentive and a nice benefit package. Applications, minimum qualifications and testing requirements can be obtained through the Buckley Police Dept. at 146 S Cedar St., Buckley, WA - Mon thru Thurs 8:00am to 5:30pm, the City of Buckley website or by email: records@cityofbuckley.com and request they be mailed to you. A $20.00 testing fee for Entry Level is required. Completed applications along with $20.00 test fee to be delivered to: Buckley Police Dept. 146 S Cedar St., PO Box 640, Buckley, WA 98321 Opening Date: 11/15/2018 Closing Date: 01/10/2019 @ 5:00pm Click here for more information (ad posted 11-14-18)

Police Officer
Sumner

City of Sumner - Sumner Police Department The City of Sumner has one (1) Police Officer opening to be filled in 2019. 2019 Pay Range: $5,853.00 - $7,488.00 per month plus potential for education premiums. Police Officer Position Hiring Levels: Entry Level Police Officer: 0 years' experience as a fully commissioned law officer. Exceptional Entry Police Officer: Less than 2 years' experience as a fully commissioned law officer, with no more than a 24 month break in service. Lateral Police Officer: 2 or more years' experience as a fully commissioned law officer, with no more than a 24 month break in service. To view the full job description and to apply online please visit: governmentjobs.com/careers/… To learn more about Sumner and the Sumner Police Department visit our City Website: sumnerwa.gov (ad posted 12-12-18)  

Police Officer - Entry Level
Tacoma

Tacoma Police Department is seeking an entry level police officer to join their team. Please click on the link for more information. Click here for more information (ad posted 12-03-18)

Lateral Police Officer
Colfax

Colfax Police Department is seeking an exceptional lateral hire to join their team. The Colfax Police Department is a five-officer department with a working Chief and four officers. Officers work 12 hour shifts. The schedule allows for all officers to have every other weekend off. Please click on the link for more information. Click here for more information (ad posted 12-03-18)

Entry/Lateral Campus Police Officer
Olympia

Evergreen State College please send all applicant inquiries to: Human Resource Services E-mail: jobline@evergreen.edu Phone: (360) 867-5361 In person: Library 3102 Click here for more information (ad posted 07-06-18)

Campus Police Officer
Olympia

Evergreen State College please send all applicant inquiries to: Human Resource Services E-mail: jobline@evergreen.edu Phone: (360) 867-5361 In person: Library 3102 Click here for more information (ad posted 07-06-18)

Chief of Police
Tokeland

Shoalwater Bay Tribe SHOALWATER BAY INDIAN TRIBE JOB DESCRIPTION Job Title: Chief of Police Department: Law Enforcement Reports To: Tribal Administrator FLSA Status: Exempt Prepared By: Human Resources Prepared Date: 11/18 Approved By: Tribal Administrator Approved Date: 11/18 SUMMARY: The Chief of Police is responsible for the enforcement of the codes and ordinances of the Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe, for preserving the public peace, and for protecting life and property. The Chief Plans, organizes, coordinates, prioritizes, assigns, hires, terminates, disciplines, and evaluates the work of Police Officers, and Reserve Officers and directs all programs and activities of the department. Prepares the annual budget and work plan for the department, reviews operations, makes assignments, and applies effective law enforcement practices and procedures. Assures proper police and safety standards are maintained; assures work of department is carried out properly and effectively. Prepares reports, summaries, correspondence related to work. Develops and implements polices for the department. The Chief of Police consults with the Tribal Administrator and Tribal Council in determining plans and policies to be observed in the conduct of enforcement operations. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned. ? Plans and directs the implementation of the department’s short and long term goals, objectives and strategies. ? Writes reports on departmental activities and presents to Tribal Administrator and/or Tribal Council. ? Presents budget estimates, controls expenditures of departmental appropriations and establishes operational standards of the department. ? Demonstrates continuous effort to improve operations, decrease turnaround times, streamline work processes, and work cooperatively and jointly to provide quality service to the community. ? Shall report for duty physically fit and agile, mentally alert, neatly dressed and properly groomed, and with the prescribed uniform and equipment sufficient to perform law enforcement work. ? Shall maintain clothing, firearm and department issued equipment in a functional, presentable condition, promptly correcting and/or reporting to his/her supervisor any defects. ? Operate an automobile skillfully and safely in patrolling assigned areas for the prevention of crime and the enforcement of traffic laws and regulations. Operate assigned equipment in conformance with applicable laws or regulations. ? Maintain knowledge of and enforce all Tribal, local, State and Federal laws, codes, regulations and ordinances. Maintain use of modern law enforcement practice methods. ? Work with Grant Coordinator/Writer to fund Law Enforcement Department Program. Produce reports for grant funding and other decision making purposes. ? Meet with Controller/CFO as needed to lobby for adequate funding for Law Enforcement Department. ? Manage and keep law enforcement software current and up-to-date; i.e. ticket entries, etc. ? Work fully and cooperatively with all other departments. ? Administer performance development plans for officers, training, additional classes, including, but not limited to type of training, dates, cost, how to be paid, plan for covering shift while office is attending training, etc. ? Requests medical attention when necessary ? Participate in in-service, basic and any other training. ? Provide security at special events. ? Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with staff, community and representatives of Federal, State, local, and other Tribal agencies. ? Uses effective team building to manage department personnel. ? Perform a broad range of supervisory responsibilities including the selection, scheduling, training, and supervision in performing varied operations connected to departmental activities. ? Ability to organize information, maintain organized files, notes and records, and be able to organize and plan multiple tasks and projects. ? Perform other duties as assigned. SUPERVISORY REQUIREMENTS: Directly supervises employees, and Reserves, in the Police Department. Carries out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with the organization’s policies and applicable laws. Responsibilities include interviewing, hiring and training employees; planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance, rewarding and disciplining employees; addressing complaints and resolving problems. QUALIFICATIONS: To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. EDUCATION and/or EXPERIENCE: Must be at minimum twenty-one years of age. Required to possess and maintain a valid Washington State Drivers License and eligible for the Tribe’s automobile insurance.. Bachelors degree in Police Science, criminology or related field preferred, or Seven (7) years successful law enforcement experience with wo (2) to three (3) years experience in a supervisory capacity. Successful completion of the approved Basic Policy Training Course conducted at the Indian Police Academy, State Police Academy or equivalent training in law enforcement. RESIDENCY: Employee who resides outside the sixty (60) mile radius from the Police Department is required to establish and maintain their residence inside the sixty (60) mile radius within a reasonable timeframe from date of hire as determined by Tribal Administrator. LANGUAGE SKILLS: Must be able to communicate clearly; orally and in writing. Ability to read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals. Ability to write routine reports and correspondence. Ability to speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relations within the community, Tribal Council, Tribal departments, committees, and outside resources with firmness, tact, and impartiality. MATHEMATICAL SKILLS: Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals. Ability to compute rate, ratio, and percent and to draw and interpret bar graphs. REASONING ABILITY: Ability to define problems, collect data, establish facts and draw valid conclusions. Ability to apply common sense, understanding during normal and stressful conditions. Ability to compile and analyze data and to prepare a variety of reports. Ability to analyze complex problems and situations and to propose quick, effective and reasonable courses of action. CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: Possession of Basic Law Enforcement School Certificate issued by the State of Washington Criminal Justice Training Commission. Current First Aid and CPR Certification with ability to render medical/first aid/CPR. Maintain ability to further develop skill in the use and care of a variety of firearms and law enforcement equipment. ESSENTIAL COMPETENCIES Honesty/Integrity Must be courteous and dedicated to law enforcement work. Maintain personal integrity and cultural sensitivity. Always treats others equally and in a professional manner regardless of any bias. Demonstrates and complies with departmental policies and procedures. Accepts accountability for his/her own actions. Accepts constructive criticism. Handles all situations with an ethical course of action. Always takes into consideration how his/her actions affect the community and the department. Must be able cope with stressful situations firmly, tactfully and with respect to individual rights and dignity. Responsibility Always maintains equipment/work area in proper working order. Receives instruction and is able to follow them completely, no matter how complex. Always follows acceptable Police Officer safety procedures. Always operates vehicles safely and courteously. Obeys traffic laws. Serves Customers (Community) Is aware of community events that may affect normal duties. Pays attention in briefings and applies the information to make contacts. Communicates well with victims. Offers them alternatives so that they feel safe. Responds immediately to calls. Has a high level of orientation to the Tribe. Maintains a high level of activity. Works cases thoroughly and does appropriate follow up. Decision Making/Problem Solving Is able to reason through complex situations and bring cases to an acceptable conclusion. Maintains a professional demeanor in all situations. Controls feelings and emotions. Is a leader within the shift. Always maintains a productive working relationship with other staff. Works as a team to accomplish tasks. Seldom needs assistance, but asks when needed. Makes decisions after considering all the evidence. Considers source and content of information received. Listening/Speaking Is always aware of own radio traffic. Transmits clear and concise information. Follows proper radio procedure. Aware of other Officer radio traffic. Polite and courteous on the radio. Able to get all relevant information from victims or witnesses. Uses compassion and empathy when needed. Uses proper interview and interrogation techniques. Maintains a professional demeanor or and controls emotions. Always communicates in a clear effective manner. Is able to communicate all the information gathered into words to be dictated for a written report. Acquiring Information Always collects appropriate information that is needed for reports, i.e. victim, witness, suspect information, etc. Disseminates information accordingly to assist with investigation. Demonstrates a clear understanding of search and seizure rules, i.e. Miranda, search warrants, detentions vs. arrest. Always processes a crime scene for all evidence available. Is able to recognize and collect possible items of evidence. Exhausts all possible leads on cases. Is able to examine conflicting information and reach the correct decision. Negotiating Can control most situations with verbal skills. Chooses appropriate verbal techniques for different situations. Applies the appropriate levels of physical force when required. Always selects the right technique for each situation. Is able to de-escalate criminal and non-criminal situations. Demonstrates the ability to determine if an offense has occurred. Always able to come to an appropriate solution for non-criminal disputes, i.e. keep the peace, family disputes and other civil situations. Listens to both sides of the story and offers a solution that is fair and ethical. Writing (Reports) Written reports contain all relevant facts to a case. Reports are typed in a logical manner so they are easy to read. Routine forms are accurate and complete, i.e. accident reports, alarm notices, field notes, summons, etc. Always completes reports in an appropriate amount of time. Completes reports on same day unless otherwise approved. Penmanship is legible and uses correct grammar. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly required to talk and hear to communicate clearly and distinctly face-to-face as well as over the radio in normal and adverse conditions. Is frequently required to sit, stand and walk. The employee is frequently required to use hands to finger dexterity, handle, or feel; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl, talk or hear; utilize arm and hand steadiness and manual dexterity to use weapons necessary to prevent injury or to protect self and others; maintain stamina and tolerance enough to remain physically and mentally alert for short bursts of extremely intense work and taste or smell. The employee must frequently lift and/or move up to 10 pounds and occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision and depth perception. WORK ENVIRONMENT: The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. While performing the duties of this job, the employee is regularly exposed to outside weather conditions. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate. Occasionally the employee will deal with irate, abusive and disorderly people; deal with the public in situations involving possible severe physical and personal trauma; have exposure to potentially dangerous people, animals and objects; and have exposure to outdoor weather conditions and moderate noise levels. AT-WILL EMPLOYMENT: This job description in no way states or implies that these are the only duties to be performed by the employee(s) incumbent in this position. Employee(s) will be required to follow any other job related instructions and to perform any other job related duties requested by any person authorized to give instructions or assignments. The employment relationship with Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe is voluntary; there is no specified length of employment. Accordingly, either the Shoalwater Bay Indian Tribe or the employee may terminate the employment relationship at will, with or without cause, at any time, so long as there is no violation of applicable federal or state law. This document does not create an employment contract, implied or otherwise (ad posted 11-20-18)

Lateral Police Officer
Connell

Connell Police Department is currently seeking applications for a lateral police officer to establish an eligibility list. To be considered a lateral police officer, you must have successfully completed the WSCJTC Basic Law Enforcement Academy and hold a valid certificate or equivalent from another state. Applicants with a break in service or from out of state must be able to meet the criteria outlined in WAC 139.05.210. Beginning salary for lateral officer is $4,331.34/monthly. Applications for lateral police officer can be obtained by calling Onna Pollock, Civil Service Clerk, at (509)234-4141 X2221 or email at opollock@connellwa.org. Open continuous. (ad posted 10-10-18)

Lateral Police Officer
Othello

Othello Police Department is currently seeking Lateral Officers for IMMEDIATE OPENINGS. Lateral Police Officer sign on bonus of 7,500. The Othello Police Department offers a 10:40 schedule, take home vehicle within 30 miles, paid time off, holiday pay, sick leave, medical, dental and vision insurance, 2% incentive for an AA, 4% incentive for a BS, and 3% for bilingual pay. Current pay range is 53,916 to 68,808 depending on experience and time served. Must be currently certified as a Police Officer through an accredited Academy program. Must pass a comprehensive Background investigation, including Polygraph, Psychological exam and wellness exam. For further information click the link above or contact Tania Morelos for more information at tmorelos@othellowa.gov Click here for more information (ad posted 10-19-18)

Lateral Entry Police Officer
Gig Harbor

Gig Harbor Police Department The City of Gig Harbor invites applications for lateral entry. Please view our recruitment video: youtube.com/… View this video to see why we love our City: youtube.com/… Please apply here: govjobstoday.com/… Position is open until filled. (ad posted 10-11-18)

Lateral Police Officer
Elma

Elma Police Department The City of Elma has an immediate opening for a Police Officer. Elma is a great place to live, play, work and invest in. The City of Elma is actively seeking an individual for a Lateral Police Officer position. It's our people who make us great and we would love to have you join our team. With a population of over 3300, which is growing quickly, Elma has small town charm with supportive community members. We are located 25 miles west of Olympia and serve as the Gateway to Grays Harbor. It is also centrally positioned south of the beautiful Olympic Mountains and east of the ocean beaches. Take a look at our website cityofelma.com and discover how the City of Elma can make your next career move a great one. The candidates must have been employed as a full time, sworn, law enforcement officer within the last five (5) years; and are able to provide a copy of certification or transcript from Washington State or an equivalent Basic Law Enforcement Academy that satisfies the Washington Criminal Justice Training Commission requirements. Salary range $4621 - $4996 to start with educational incentives available. The City of Elma provides a competitive benefit package which includes, but is not limited to, medical, dental, vision and disability coverage. Applications are available at Elma City Hall, 202 W Main in Elma and also on the website at cityofelma.com. If you have any questions, please contact us at 360-482-3131. Click here for more information (ad posted 10-04-18)

Deputy Sheriff - Entry Level
Tacoma

Pierce County Sheriff's Department Deputy Sheriff ( Entry Level) Pierce County Sheriff’s Department Salary: $62,754 - $83,034 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 in the Tacoma, Washington area. We are actively hiring for Deputy Sheriff and Corrections Deputy. To review required qualifications, apply and sign up for pre-employment testing, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com. For questions concerning the testing process, please contact NTN Support on their website or at 866-563-3882. To learn more about the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department please contact the Recruiter at 253-798-4324 (ad posted 10-30-18)

Deputy Sheriff (In-State Lateral)
Tacoma

Pierce County Sheriff's Department Deputy Sheriff (In-State Lateral) Pierce County Sheriff’s Department Salary: $62,754 - $83,034 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 in the Tacoma, Washington area. We are actively hiring for Deputy Sheriff and Corrections Deputy. Requirements to apply for lateral: • At the time of application must be currently employed fulltime with a City, County or State law enforcement agency within the State of Washington 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. To apply please contact Sherry Hieb, Civil Service Chief Examiner, at 253-798-6250 for a link to the lateral application. (ad posted 10-30-18)

Deputy Sheriff
Thermopolis

Hot Springs County Sheriff's Office, Thermopolis WY is testing for a Deputy Sheriff opening on January 2, 2019. Successful applicant must reside in Hot Springs County once hiring process is completed. Duty responsibilities include: proactive patrol, civil service, answering calls for service, assisting with court proceedings, etc. Pay ranges from $3150 to $3650, D.O.E. Benefits include retirement, medical and dental insurance, sick leave, and paid vacations and holidays. Apply today and join our proactive team to make a positive impact on our wonderful community. Click here for more information (ad posted 12-13-18)  

Police Chief
Odessa

Town of Odessa is seeking a community-oriented Police Chief. Minimum requirements for the ideal candidate are a high school diploma or GED, at least 21 years of age and a U.S. citizen, and possess a valid driver’s license. Ideal candidates will also have no felony convictions or D.V. convictions, five years law enforcement experience with two years supervisory experience, completed First and Mid-Level Management training, hold a current BLEA Certificate, and pass a thorough background check. Salary, $4,000 – $4500/month DOE. Position open until filled. For application and further information, call Clerk’s Office (509) 982-2401. Town of Odessa, PO Box 218, Odessa WA 99159. EOE Please click the link for more information odessawa.com/…. (ad posted 12-13-18)  

Police Officer
Odessa

Town of Odessa is seeking a Full-Time Entry Level Police Officer. The ideal candidate will have a high school diploma or GED, completed the Washington State Law Enforcement Academy or equivalent, be at least 21 years of age and a U.S. citizen, and possess a valid driver’s license. Ideal candidates will also have no felony convictions or D.V. convictions, and pass a thorough background check. Salary -DOE. Position open until filled. For application and further information, call Clerk’s Office (509) 982-2401. Town of Odessa, PO Box 218, Odessa WA 99159. EOE Please click the link for more information odessawa.com/…. (ad posted 12-13-18)  

Lateral Entry Police Officer
Kittitas

Kittitas Police Department is seeking a lateral entry police officer to join their team. Under direct supervision of the Chief of Police, this position maintains public law and order, protects life and property in the City of Kittitas through enforcement of all Federal and State laws, as well as local City Codes and Ordinances. Performs routine patrol, traffic enforcement, accident investigation, crime suppression, and crisis intervention. Please click the link for more information. Click here for more information (ad posted 11-07-18)

Entry Deputy
Seattle

King County Sheriff's Office The King County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) is located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. With a commissioned staff of more than 700, we are among the largest sheriff's departments in the country. Our deputies have opportunities to serve in many different communities, including unincorporated King County, numerous contract city police departments, transit police agencies, and so many more. We offer countless unique assignments that range from school or community-based positions to drug enforcement and bomb disposal. All deputies begin their career on patrol (no jail service requirement), providing service to the people of a specific district. Deputies are assigned to single-person patrol cars, and gain a strong sense of ownership in their communities by interacting with the residents, business owners, and visitors in the area. Apply online at kingcounty.gov/… Click here for more information (ad posted 08-21-18)

Lateral/Experienced Police Officer
Black Diamond

Black Diamond Police Department is seeking an experienced police officer to join their team. This is general duty police work involving the protection of life and property, the enforcement of laws and ordinances, prevention and investigation of crimes, and the maintenance o order. Work is performed according to departmental regulations and procedures. This is a civil service position represented by the Black Diamond Police Officers Association and the Fraternal Order of Police (FOP).Please click the link for more information. Click here for more information (ad posted 12-11-18)  

Deputy Sheriff
Spokane

Spokane County Sheriff's Office Hiring for Entry Level, Intermediate Lateral, and Lateral Deputies! Initial testing for Entry Level applicants must be completed with Public Safety Testing. To register for an exam near you, please visit: publicsafetytesting.com. Sign-on Bonus upon hire for LATERAL applicants! To view the minimum requirements and job descriptions for each position, please visit: spokanecounty.org/… or call Spokane County Civil Service at 509-477-4711 (ad posted 07-03-18)

Entry Level Patrol Deputy
Coupeville

Island County Sheriff's Office Come and work where others vacation! We have 4 openings for Patrol Deputy in Island County (Camano Is. & Whidbey Is.) See the posting at governmentjobs.com/careers/… Contact Linda Meehan at l.meehan@co.island.wa.us with questions. For island info. check out this website - whidbeycamanoislands.com/ (ad posted 10-16-18)

Miscellaneous

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Law Enforcement Park Ranger
Mount Vernon

Mount Vernon Police Officer Full-time, year-round position working from the police department, is armed, has authority to enforce laws on park property and provides interpretive education and services. Required: Graduate from a certified Ranger OR the Washington State Law Enforcement (BLEA) academy and one year experience in parks, law enforcement or related field. For more information - mountvernonwa.gov. $4,588 - $5,475 per mo. plus benefits. Apply online PublicSafetyTesting.com, continuous hiring until position is filled. EOE (ad posted 09-21-18)

Background Investigator- Extra Help
Spokane

Spokane County Sheriff's Office This position is open until filled. For complete job description and minimum requirements, please visit: spokanecounty.org/… or call Spokane County Civil Service at 509-477-4711. Click here for more information (ad posted 11-15-18)

Corrections

 
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Corrections Deputy - Entry Level
Tacoma

Pierce County Sheriff's Department Corrections Deputy (Entry Level) Pierce County Sheriff’s Department Salary: $57,886 - $75,005 annually We are actively hiring for Corrections Deputy; take the employment test for FREE! To review required qualifications, apply, learn about the free offer and sign up for pre-employment testing, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com. For questions concerning the testing process, please contact NTN Support on their website or at 866-563-3882. If you would like to learn more about the Pierce County Sheriff’s Department please contact the recruiter at 253-798-4324. (ad posted 10-30-18)

Corrections Deputy - Lateral
Tacoma

Pierce County Sheriff's Department Corrections Deputy – Lateral Pierce County Sheriff’s Department Salary: $57,886 - $75,005 annually We are actively hiring for Corrections Deputy. 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 in Tacoma, Washington. Requirements to apply for lateral: • At the time of application, must be currently employed, full-time, with a city, county, state or federal correctional agency. • 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; OR Have successfully completed the Washington State Correctional Worker Core (CWC) Academy or a Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission approved Corrections Academy or equivalency academy from another state. To apply please contact Sherry Hieb, Civil Service Chief Examiner, at 253-798-6250 for a link to the lateral application. (ad posted 10-30-18)

Entry Level Corrections Officer
South Bend

Pacific County Notice is hereby given that the Pacific County Civil Service Commission is establishing an eligibility register for Entry Level Corrections Officer with the Pacific County Sheriff’s Office. Applications for examination will be accepted by the Civil Service Examiner until January 25, 2019 at 4:00pm. The salary range for Corrections Officer is $3,385 - $3,991. Duties Include: •Booking prisoners •Releasing prisoners •Assisting in feeding prisoners •Disciplining prisoners for violation of jail rules •Supervising prisoner cell movement, recreation activities, chapel, special call-outs, etc. •Transporting prisoners •Completing reports, forms, etc. All duties are performed in accordance with state law and departmental policies and procedures. Employees work with offenders in a potentially hazardous setting. Please consider this when deciding whether to apply. Corrections Officer Minimum Qualifications •U.S. Citizen or legal permanent resident. •Minimum age of 21 at time of appointment. •High School diploma or G.E.D. certificate. •Valid driver’s license. •Ability to read and write English as required by RCW 41.14.100. •Candidates must be able to type minimum 20 wpm. Application Procedure •Applications may be obtained at the Pacific County Civil Service Office, email at civilservice@co.pacific.wa.us, or by calling (360) 875-9334. •Submit application packet to the Pacific County Civil Service Commission, PO Box 6, South Bend, WA 98586 or in person to the Civil Service office in the Pacific County Annex Building. •The Physician’s Statement must be signed by your Physician and turned in before or at the time of the Physical Abilities Test. Examination Process •Candidates will be required to complete a Physical Abilities Test, a Written Examination, and an Oral Board Examination. •Following is the tentative schedule for testing: 1.Physical Abilities Test- January 26, 2019 beginning at 8:30am at the South Bend High School track. The PAT includes 3 events: push-ups, sit-ups, and a 1.5 mile run. Applicants must pass the PAT or they will be ineligible for the Corrections Officer register. For more information about Corrections PAT standards, see the Washington State Justice Training Center website. 2.Written Examination- January 26, 2019 at the Commissioner’s Meeting Room in the Pacific County Annex Building, 1216 Robert Bush Drive, South Bend. The written examination requires a passing score of 70% and weighted at 70% of the total score. 3.Oral Board Examination- January 28, 2019 beginning at 1:00pm at the Commissioner’s Meeting Room in the Pacific County Annex Building. The oral board requires a passing score of 30% and weighted at 30%. •Ranking of the applicants on the eligible register shall be based on the results of the examinations. •Veteran’s preference, as set out in RCW 41.04.005 and 41.04.010 shall be applied when entitled. •As openings in the Corrections Officer class occur, the Civil Service Examiner will submit the top 3 names on the eligibility list to the Sheriff for consideration in filling the vacancy. Once certified, Civil Service registers are typically in place for a year, unless there is cause to abandon the register before that time. Additional information may be obtained by calling Amanda Bennett at (360) 875-9334 or email civilservice@co.pacific.wa.us. Click here for more information (ad posted 12-06-18)

Entry & Lateral Corrections Officers
Newport

Pend Oreille County Pend Oreille Country is located in North Eastern Washington, on the boarder of Northern Idaho and Canada, with Newport, Washington being the County seat. We are just miles from major cities such as Spokane, Washington and Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. We offer rural living, fantastic recreational opportunities, and beautiful scenery! In short, Pend Oreille County is a great place to live, work, and play. NUMBER OF OPEN POSITIONS: (up to) Three (Females encouraged to apply), Full-time. SALARY AND BENEFITS: Union. Starting Entry rate: $3143.13/month). Starting Lateral rate:(3252.21/month-$3366.86/month), DOE. Benefits package including vacation, sick leave, holiday pay, life insurance, retirement plan and medical benefits. THIS IS A CONTINUOUS POSTING, AND APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AND APPLICANTS TESTED ON A CONTINUOUS BASIS UNTIL THE POSITIONS ARE FILLED. Click here for more information (ad posted 12-06-18)

Lateral/Experienced Corrections Officer
Kent

Kent Corrections Positions in this class are responsible for corrections work involving the protection of life and property, enforcement of procedures, prevention of crimes and maintenance of order within the jail setting. Work is performed according to departmental regulations and procedures. Corrections Officers receive, book, supervise, discharge and assure the safety and security of the jail inmates, jail staff, volunteers and contracted employees; and for the cleanliness of the facility, preparation and inventory of food items and supplies and proper recording of activities. Work requires a considerable amount of contact with inmates who may use abusive language or become violent. The Corrections Officer will at all times be conscious of the inmate's civil rights and ensure compliance with those rights. Duty assignments and special instructions are received from supervisors. Work is evaluated by inspection, review of reports and general appraisal of the effectiveness of the employee and adherence to established policies. ***$5000.00 sign on bonus jobs.kentwa.gov/lateral-experienced-corrections-officer/job/… (ad posted 10-01-18)

Corrections Officer - 12 Openings

Yakima County Corrections There are twelve Corrections Officer openings with the Yakima County Department of Corrections. These positions are responsible for maintaining the safety and security of inmates at the Yakima County Department of Corrections. Apply Online careers-yakima.icims.com/jobs/1979/corrections-officer/… (ad posted 10-02-18)

Lateral Corrections Officer
South Bend

Pacific County Notice is hereby given that the Pacific County Civil Service Commission is establishing an eligibility register for Lateral Corrections Officer with the Pacific County Sheriff’s Office. Applications will be accepted until January 25, 2019 at 4:00pm. The salary range for Corrections Officer is $3,385 - $3,991. Duties Include: •Booking prisoners •Releasing prisoners •Assisting in feeding prisoners •Disciplining prisoners for violation of jail rules •Supervising prisoner cell movement, recreation activities, chapel, special call-outs, etc. •Transporting prisoners •Completing reports, forms, etc. All duties performed are in accordance with state law and departmental policies and procedures. Employees work with offenders in a potentially hazardous setting. Please consider this when deciding whether to apply. Lateral Corrections Officer Minimum Qualifications •Graduation from the Washington State Corrections Officer Academy or equivalent academy. •Minimum age of 21 at time of appointment. •High School diploma or G.E.D. certificate. •Valid driver’s license. •Ability to read and write English as required by RCW 41.14.100. •Candidates must be able to type minimum 20 wpm. Application Procedure •Applications may be obtained at the Pacific County Courthouse Annex Suite G, email civilservice@co.pacific.wa.us, or by calling (360) 875-9334. •Complete Pacific County application for employment with copy of Washington State Corrections Officer Academy or equivalent academy certification •Submit application packet by mail to Pacific County Civil Service Commission, PO Box 6, South Bend, WA 98586. Please include a copy of your certification of graduation from a correction officer academy and any relevant certificates, awards, or commendations. Examination Process •An Oral Board Examination will be held for qualified applicants. The Oral Board examination will be conducted on January 28, 2019 beginning at 1:00pm at the Courthouse Annex, 1216 W Robert Bush Drive, South Bend, WA 98586, unless otherwise specified. •Ranking of the applicants shall be based on the results of the Oral Board’s. A passing average is required. •Veterans preference, as set out in RCW 41.04.005 and 41.04.010 shall be applied when entitled. Additional information may be obtained by calling Amanda Bennett at 360-875-9334 or email civilservice@co.pacific.wa.us. Click here for more information (ad posted 12-06-18)

Lateral Correction Officer
Goldendale

Klickitat County Sheriff Klickitat County Civil Service will be conducting Oral Board Reviews to establish an eligibility list for Lateral Correction Officer to work for the Klickitat County Sheriff. To apply, call 509-773-2483 or email civilsc@klickitatcounty.org for an application and more information. Closing date is 5:00 p.m. on December 21, 2018. (ad posted 12-12-18)  

Administrative

 
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Clerk Secretary
South Bend

Pacific County Notice is hereby given that the Pacific County Civil Service Commission is establishing an eligibility list for Clerk Secretary within the Pacific County Sheriff’s Office. Applications for examination will be accepted by the Civil Service Examiner until Friday, December 21, 2018 at 3:00 pm. The Clerk/Secretary will begin with salary starting at $2,954/month, plus benefits. Duties of the Clerk Secretary Performs administrative duties in a supporting role within various divisions of the Pacific County Sheriff’s Office as well as clerical activities and other duties as assigned. These duties will be performed while being available to the public, either face-to-face or by telephone. Minimum Qualifications This position requires knowledge in MS Word and Excel, usage of law enforcement software (preferably), knowledge of accounting procedures (preferably governmental) and experience dealing with the public as previously described. Request Clerk Secretary Job Description for further information. Application Process Application packets are available from Pacific County Civil Service Office at (360) 875-9334, email request to civilservice@co.pacific.wa.us or at the Courthouse Annex General Administration Office. Submit your application packet, the Excel and Word results from Worksource along with the typing test score to Pacific County Civil Service Examiner, P.O. Box 6, South Bend, WA. 98586 by 3:00 p.m., Friday, December 21, 2018. EXAMINATION PROCESS 1. Complete the Civil Service application packet. 2. Applicants will be required to successfully complete a typing test with a passing score of at least 40 wpm, word test and an excel test. The Word and Excel test has a passing score of 70% and above. Call the Long Beach WorkSource at (360) 642-6213 or Grays Harbor WorkSource at (360) 538-2350 to schedule these tests locally. 3. Applicants who successfully complete the above tests will be invited to take written and oral board examinations. The written examination will be weighted as 70% of your final score. It is scheduled for Saturday, December 22, 2018 at 8:30am at the Pacific County Annex. The oral board evaluations are scheduled for Thursday, January 3, 2018 beginning at 9:00am. Ranking of the applicants on the eligible register shall be based on the results of the examinations. As openings in the Clerk/Secretary class occur, the Civil Service Examiner will submit the top 3 names on the eligibility list to the Sheriff’s Office for consideration in filling the vacancy. Once certified, civil service registers are typically in place for a year up to three years, unless there is cause to abandon the register before that time. Veterans’ preference, as set out in RCW 41.04.005, shall be applied when entitled. Click here for more information (ad posted 11-27-18)

911

 
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Dispatcher
Newport

Pend Oreille County Sheriff's Office Pend Oreille Country is located in North Eastern Washington, on the boarder of Northern Idaho and Canada, with Newport, Washington being the County seat. We are just miles from major cities such as Spokane, Washington and Coeur d’Alene, Idaho. We offer rural living, fantastic recreational opportunities, and beautiful scenery! In short, Pend Oreille County is a great place to live, work, and play. NUMBER OF OPEN POSITIONS: (up to) Four (4), Full-time. The Communication Center is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. SALARY AND BENEFITS: Union. Starting Entry rate: $17.48/hr ($3031.09/month). Starting Lateral rate: $18.18/hr – $18.91/hr ($3152.33/month-$3278.43/month), DOE. Benefits package including vacation, sick leave, holiday pay, life insurance, retirement plan and medical benefits. THIS IS A CONTINUOUS POSTING, AND APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AND APPLICANTS TESTED ON A CONTINUOUS BASIS UNTIL THE POSITIONS ARE FILLED. See County Website at pendoreilleco.org under Human Resources. Click here for more information (ad posted 10-02-18)

Communications Officer (Radio Dispatch)
Spokane

Spokane County Sheriff's Office Initial testing must be completed with Public Safety Testing. To register for a test in your area, please visit: publicsafetytesting.com Full job description and minimum requirements can be found at: spokanecounty.org/… or by calling Spokane County Civil Service at 509-477-4711. (ad posted 07-03-18)
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