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WSCJTC Positions

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

TAC Officer
Burien

WSCJTC Position Description: TAC Officers provide full-time services to the Commission, coordinating and conducting Washington State’s Basic Law Enforcement Academy programs under the direction of the BLEA Commander and Assistant Commander. The position of TAC Officer is one of hard work, immense importance, and high reward. Candidates for this position will be evaluated in four main areas: • General Abilities as an Employee/Team Member • Emotional Intelligence • Teaching Abilities • Role Modeling/Mentoring Each TAC officer is responsible for delivering instruction in one or more core blocks and assisting in scenario based/reality based training. Principal Responsibilities: TAC Officers act as the immediate supervisors for the BLEA students and are responsible for: 1)Recruit Training (classroom, practical, mock scene, homework) 2) Academy Curriculum (implementation, development, research, update, testing) 3) Acting as a Role Model (attitude, ethics, professionalism, self-improvement) 4) Administrative Duties (first-line supervisor, maintain files, injury tracking, scheduling, counseling) 5) Discipline (maintain order and academy atmosphere, group and individual motivation, investigate rule violations) 6) Teaching Traditions & Customs (Chain of Command, drill, inspections, courtesy) 7) Time Management (scheduling, flexibility, back-up instruction, multi-tasking) 8) Other Duties as Assigned Desirable Qualifications: This position is open to any currently commissioned law enforcement officer in the state with a minimum of five (5) years experience. The ideal candidate will meet the following criteria: 1) An understanding of adult teaching and learning methods. (During the interview process, candidates will be expected to demonstrate their skills and knowledge in this area.) 2) Two (2) years experience in implementing training programs, including hands-on training, specific to training law enforcement personnel (experience as a FTO/PTO will meet this requirement). 3) Meets or exceeds department performance evaluations for the past four (4) years. 4) No sustained use of force complaints in the last three (3) years. 5) Any sustained citizen complaints in the last three (3) years must be satisfactorily explained. The successful candidate should also have the following knowledge, skills, and abilities: Knowledge of: 1) The criminal justice system 2) Adult learning styles and principles 3) Training and instruction principles, content and methodology 4) Curriculum development 5) WSCJTC Agency mission, goals, and objectives 6) Problem solving: analysis and strategies 7) Federal, state, and local laws; ordinances and regulations 8) State, county, and municipal criminal justice agencies 9) Cultural diversity Skills for: 1) Effective communication/negotiation 2) Facilitation/instruction 3) Problem solving: analysis and strategy implementation 4) Public relations 5) Basic computer applications (Microsoft Office Suite) Ability to: 1) Identify cost-effective approaches to responsibilities 2) Act as role model to recruit officers 3) Work with little or no supervision 4) Effectively develop and utilize resources 5) Manage multiple tasks 6) Promote a cooperative work environment 7) Speak publicly Application Process: Candidates wishing to be considered for this position must forward the following: 1. Letter of interest, including a description of how the desirable qualifications are met; as well as which core block you are interested in teaching. Core blocks are annotated on the WSCJTC website. 2. Resume 3. Three (3) personal references; and 4. Letter of support from their sponsoring agency. The application package must be submitted to: Assistant Commander Mark Best Basic Law Enforcement Academy 19010 1st Avenue South Burien, WA 98148 Upon review and acceptance of this package, qualified candidates will be contacted and notified about the next phase of the screening process. The next phase of the screening process may include: on-site visit, written exercise, oral board and/or classroom instruction. Please feel free to contact Assistant Commander Best at (206) 835-7357, mbest@cjtc.state.wa.us or Commander Bowen at 206-835-7330, rbowen@cjtc.state.wa.us with requests for further information or clarification. Click here for more information (ad posted 12-13-16)

Support

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Payroll Specialist
Seattle

King County Sheriff's Office Exciting opportunity at the King County Sheriff's Office (KCSO) in the Payroll Unit for a Payroll Specialist! These positions are responsible for processing a complex payroll for more than 1,100 employees in KCSO. The payroll processes that will be performed are some of the most complicated in the county and contain many variables based on the language of multiple labor contracts, Sheriff's Office policies, procedures and past practices. Many of the calculation and processes are done manually. The accuracy of payroll is essential. The position will work directly with all levels of management in commissioned and non-commissioned roles. Click here for more information (ad posted 08-08-17)

Police Officer and Deputy

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Full-Time Lateral and Post-Police Academy Graduate
Brier

Brier Police Department Eligibility list for Full-time Lateral and Post-Police Academy Graduate. $26.28-$35.06 per hour plus basic benefits Click here for more information (ad posted 07-18-17)

Police Officer
Skokomish

Skokomish Indian Tribe The Skokomish Indian Tribe is seeking a Police Officer. The Public Safety Department is responsible for the administration of the codes and ordinances of the Skokomish Indian Tribe, for preserving the public peace, and for protecting life and property. Officers are expected to work various shifts, which include holidays and weekends. Officers are also responsible for fish and Wildlife enforcement for the Skokomish Tribe on the reservation and throughout the Tribes U&A. Responds to emergency calls and assists fire and EMS services within the Skokomish Tribe reservation boundaries. Completes and maintains all written documentation, including daily work reports and case reports. Responds to and investigates all reported incidents. Qualifications: High School Diploma or equivalency Two year’s post-secondary experience in the area of law enforcement. Successful completion of the approved Basic Police Training Course conducted at the Indian Police Academy, State Police Academy or equivalent training in law enforcement. The selected candidate must successfully complete a drug screen test, a psychological and medical evaluation, polygraph examination, and a complete background investigation prior to and to retain employment. If applicable, candidate must be willing to obtain Washington State Certification within 1 year of hire date. $21.00 HOURLY Open until filled for a full job description and required Public Safety Application visit our website at skokomish.org or contact Winona Plant Personnel Manager at 360-426-4232x2009 (ad posted 07-26-17)

Lateral Police Officer
Deming

Nooksack Tribal Police The Nooksack Tribal Police Department is seeking a Lateral Police Officer, Salary $56,185 a year. Competitive benefit package includes Medical, Dental and Optical coverage, 401K, 14 paid holidays per year, Vacation and sick leave, and take home vehicle. A successful candidate will have graduated from an approved police academy training program, with two years of service. Reserve time may be counted may be counted in that service requirement, with academy certification. For additional information contact Chief Michael Ashby (360) 592-9065 or apply online at the following link: nooksacktribe.org/departments/humanresources/ (ad posted 07-26-17)

LCB Enforcement Officer 1 (in-training)
Multiple Locations

Liquor and Cannabis Board The Washington State Liquor and Cannabis Board's Enforcement and Education division is accepting applications for LCB Enforcement Officer 1's (LEO1) In-Training. The Enforcement and Education Division is headquartered in Olympia and has four regional offices in Tacoma, Seattle, Mount Vernon and Spokane. These positions begin as entry level LCB Enforcement Officer 1 and must successfully complete the 720 hour Basic Law Enforcement training and the Field Training Officer program. Upon completion of the programs, LEO1's will be promoted to the LCB Enforcement Officer 2 (LEO2) level. The Enforcement Division works with approximately 13,000 liquor and cannabis licensees and their employees by providing education and counseling on liquor & cannabis licensing laws and regulations. LCB Enforcement Officers inspect premises, investigate complaints, and conduct compliance checks. At times they may take administrative and criminal action against licensees, employees, and the public who violate state liquor, tobacco and cannabis laws. The Enforcement and Education division serves to protect the public by ensuring legal acquisition and responsible use of alcohol, cannabis and tobacco. The division's employees carry out their duties with the highest standards of personal and professional ethics based on honesty, integrity and trust. Every individual who comes in contact with a division employee is to be treated with the highest level of courtesy and respect. Under a limited law enforcement commission, LCB Enforcement Officers enforce state liquor, tobacco, and marijuana laws and regulations through citations, arrests, and administrative actions applicable to retailers, non-retailers, liquor, tobacco, and marijuana employees, and underage violators within an assigned geographic area. The area may include about 250 or more liquor licensed businesses and about 150 or more tobacco licensees. (ad posted 08-08-17)

Police Officer (lateral)
Idaho

Emmett Police Department (Idaho) With two recent retirements, the Emmett Police Department is accepting applications for the position of full time “Police Officer”. This opening is for Lateral Police Officers and POST Patrol Certifiable applicants only. Applications will be considered for the current position and will be retained for 6 months on a hiring list for any future openings. This opening will close on August 25th, 2017 at 5:00 PM. At the end of the closing date, selected applicants will be invited for oral interviews, physical fitness test and a written exam. Expected hire date is on or before October 1st, 2017. Applications can be picked up at the Emmett Police Department, 501 East Main Street in Emmett, Idaho or on the city’s website at cityofemmett.org/ Requirements: * At least 21 years of age * Minimum of a High School diploma or GED * Must be able to complete POST physical agility requirements * Must have a clean background and pass extensive background check * Pass employment based polygraph, drug testing and psychological exam * Must possess a minimum of a POST Basic Certification or ability to challenge and obtain Idaho certification within six months of employment. The City of Emmett is located about 30 miles North of the Boise, Meridian and Nampa area. Emmett is a growing community that serves just over 6,000 people. We have 4 schools within the city limits and several new businesses. Emmett is close to several recreation type activities including motocross, golf, ATV riding, hiking, fishing, hunting, boating, horse events, camping and many more. We have 13 Sworn Officers, 4 Reserve Officers, 5 Citizen’s on Patrol Members and 2 Civilian Clerks. Future opportunities may include drug K9, School Resource Officer (SRO), Drug Enforcement Officer and Investigations. A wide variety of training opportunities are provided to all officers. City of Emmett Police Officer Benefits: Starting Pay: $17.45 an hour. Pay period is every 2 weeks via direct deposit. Incentive pay for certain certificates, skills and specialty assignments. Patrol Officers work a rotating shift. Benefits paid by City: Medical Insurance supplied for employee and low cost for family. Vacation, Holiday and Sick Leave earned each year. Take home patrol vehicle (if living in City limits) PERSI Retirement. Click here for more information (ad posted 08-08-17)

Police Officer-Entry and Lateral
Renton

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

Deputy Sheriff
Kennewick

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

Lateral Police Officer
Issaquah

Issaquah Police Department City of Issaquah POLICE OFFICER -LATERAL /continuous testing for eligibility list. Minimum Salary: $5,671.00 per month Maximum Salary: $7,268.00 per month. Open to current employees and the general public. This recruitment is to establish an eligibility list for upcoming vacancies. Officers perform patrol functions that support the department’s community-oriented policing efforts. These activities include enforcing laws, community problem solving, arrests, booking and transport of defendants, report writing, traffic enforcement, responding to routine and emergency calls, testifying in court and crime prevention activities. The Issaquah Police Department is a progressive professional agency. The Department practices community-oriented policing with specialty programs in bike patrol,traffic/motorcycle, major crimes and narcotics detectives. Patrol officers are assigned to one of four squads, reporting to a Sergeant. Patrol Officers are eligible to receive up to an additional 10% bonus pay. Patrol officers work a schedule consisting of four 12 hour shifts, two day shifts and two night shifts(6 am – 6p.m.; 6p.m. – 6a.m.), followed by four days off. Those who show by their applications that they meet the minimum requirements may be invited to participate in the testing process. Qualified applicants will be notified of the exact time and location for oral board interviews. The successful candidates must then pass the medical and physical examinations, including a drug screen, polygraph test, psychological examination, and extensive background check. For more information go to the cities website at Issaquahwa.gov and to apply go to Govjobstoday.com. If you have any questions contact Sgt. Andrew Rohrbach at 425-837-3224, Officer Ryan Smith at 425-837-3208 or email at policerecruiting@issaquahwa.gov. (ad posted 04-24-17)

Lateral Police Officer- Whidbey Island
Oak Harbor

City of Oak Harbor ATTENTION EXPERIENCED POLICE OFFICERS An opportunity to live and work in one of the most beautiful places in Washington State. City of Oak Harbor is looking for Lateral Police Officers to join us in serving our unique community. If you are interested in making a change, we'd love to hear from you! We are currently taking applications for lateral Police Officers. Preference will go to officers who have completed the Washington State Criminal Justice Basic or Equivalency Law Enforcement Academy. For details and to apply please visit- governmentjobs.com/careers/… (ad posted 08-01-17)

Advanced Entry Police Officer
Woodland

City of Woodland NEW: Signing bonus of $6,000.00 Click here for more information (ad posted 08-09-17)  

Lateral Entry Police Offcier
Woodland

City of Woodland NEW: Signing bonus of $12,500.00 Click here for more information (ad posted 08-09-17)  

Police Officer
Bellingham

Lummi Nation Police Department $65,000 / year Full-time Lummi Nation Police Department (LNPD) OPEN: August 07, 2017 CLOSES: August 25, 2017 SALARY: $28.85 to $38.92 per hour DOE DURATION: Regular Full Time VACANCIES: 2 JOB SUMMARY: This is a general law enforcement, crime prevention and investigation position. Work is governed by Title 9, Lummi Nation Code of Laws, and Law Enforcement Officers Code. Police Officers fulfill the responsibility of the Lummi Indian Business Council to maintain community safety. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: • High School Graduate 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 • Possess a valid Washington State Driver’s license and meet eligibility requirements for tribal insurance. • Lummi/Native American/Veteran preference policy applies. • Must be 20 1/2 years at time of hire. REQUIREMENTS: • Must pass pre-employment and random drug and alcohol test to be eligible for and maintain employment, as required by the LIBC Drug & Alcohol Free Workplace Policy. • This position requires regular contact with or Control over Indian Children and is therefore subject to an extensive Criminal Background Check and CAMIS Check • Must have no convictions of moral turpitude or felony and not have been convicted during the past year of a misdemeanor. • Must maintain strict confidentiality at all times. • Must have three year commitment on file prior to testing and hiring. • No criminal behavior, on or off duty. • Entry Level - Must attend and pass basic police academy within one year of hire TO APPLY: To obtain a Lummi Indian Business Council (LIBC) application go to: lummi-nsn.gov/… or request by e-mail libchr@lummi-nsn.gov. For more information contact the HR front desk (360) 312-2023. Submit 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 include copies. Mailing Address: 2665 Kwina Road, Bellingham, WA 98226 Human Resource Fax number: 360-380-6991 2665 Kwina Rd Bellingham, Washington 98226 Click here for more information (ad posted 08-09-17)  

Police Officer
Tacoma

Puyallup Tribe of Indians The Puyallup Tribe of Indians is currently recruiting for 5 Police Officer positions. Please see the attached job announcement or visit puyallup-tribe.com for details and job applications. Click here for more information (ad posted 08-09-17)  

Entry/Lateral Police Officer
Bellingham

Lummi Nation Police Police Officer $65,000 / year Full-time Lummi Nation Police Department (LNPD) OPEN: August 07, 2017 CLOSES: August 25, 2017 SALARY: $28.85 to $38.92 per hour DOE DURATION: Regular Full Time VACANCIES: 2 JOB SUMMARY: This is a general law enforcement, crime prevention and investigation position. Work is governed by Title 9, Lummi Nation Code of Laws, and Law Enforcement Officers Code. Police Officers fulfill the responsibility of the Lummi Indian Business Council to maintain community safety. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: • High School Graduate 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 • Possess a valid Washington State Driver’s license and meet eligibility requirements for tribal insurance. • Lummi/Native American/Veteran preference policy applies. • Must be 20 1/2 years at time of hire. REQUIREMENTS: • Must pass pre-employment and random drug and alcohol test to be eligible for and maintain employment, as required by the LIBC Drug & Alcohol Free Workplace Policy. • This position requires regular contact with or Control over Indian Children and is therefore subject to an extensive Criminal Background Check and CAMIS Check • Must have no convictions of moral turpitude or felony and not have been convicted during the past year of a misdemeanor. • Must maintain strict confidentiality at all times. • Must have three year commitment on file prior to testing and hiring. • No criminal behavior, on or off duty. • Entry Level - Must attend and pass basic police academy within one year of hire TO APPLY: To obtain a Lummi Indian Business Council (LIBC) application go to: lummi-nsn.gov/… or request by e-mail libchr@lummi-nsn.gov. For more information contact the HR front desk (360) 312-2023. Submit 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 include copies. Mailing Address: 2665 Kwina Road, Bellingham, WA 98226 Human Resource Fax number: 360-380-6991 2665 Kwina Rd Bellingham, Washington 98226 Click here for more information (ad posted 08-11-17)  

Reserve Police Officer
Morton

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

Entry Level - Exempt Gambling Special Agent
Various Locations

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

Entry Level Police Officer
Soap Lake

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

Lateral Police Officer
Soap Lake

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

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. Work is performed in accordance with the mission, goals and objectives of the Sheriff’s Department, and in compliance with governing federal, state, and local laws. Requirements to apply: • High School diploma or G.E.D. certificate. • At least age twenty-one (21) at time of appointment. • Valid Washington State driver's license at time of appointment and be able to provide proof of insurability. • Must be a United States citizen and ability to read and write the English language as required by RCW 41.14.100. • Ability to successfully complete Pierce County Sheriff's Department background investigation. To apply and sign up for pre-employment testing, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com and click on LAW ENFORCEMENT JOBS. Select the department and read over all the requirements and if qualified, select a testing location and a time and date for testing, including the PAT, on the website calendar. Candidates must pass the written exam with 70% and pass the PAT. For questions concerning the testing process, please contact NTN Support on our website or at 866-563-3882. (ad posted 07-12-17)

Lateral Deputy Sheriff
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. Work is performed in accordance with the mission, goals and objectives of the Sheriff’s Department, and in compliance with governing federal, state, and local laws. Requirements to apply: • At the time of application, current full-time employment with a City, County or State law enforcement agency in a general law enforcement capacity that includes patrol experience; • Minimum one (1) year experience with the current agency and not on probation; and • Have successfully completed the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission basic law enforcement academy for police officers, or its equivalency academy, and be currently certified as a law enforcement officer in Washington State. • Ability to successfully complete Pierce County Sheriff's Department background investigation. • High School diploma or G.E.D. certificate. • At least age twenty-one (21) at time of appointment. • Valid Washington State driver's license at time of appointment and be able to provide proof of insurability. • Must be a United States citizen and ability to read and write the English language as required by RCW 41.14.100. To apply and sign up for pre-employment testing, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com and click on LAW ENFORCEMENT JOBS. Select the department and read over all the requirements and if qualified, select a testing location and a time and date for testing, including the PAT, on the website calendar. Candidates must pass the written exam with 70% and pass the PAT. For questions concerning the testing process, please contact NTN Support on our website or at 866-563-3882. (ad posted 07-12-17)

Entry Level Police Officer
Bremerton

Bremerton Police Department MISSION We serve our community by: • Enforcing the law • Building relationships • Combating crime VISION The Bremerton Police Department's vision is to maintain a safe, desirable place to live, work and visit. VALUES We value leadership, integrity and teamwork. The Bremerton Police Department is looking for entry level law enforcement officers for our growing city. For 2017, entry level salary is $32.51/hr. We do not pay into social security. The city offers matching deferred compensation up to 5.5% of your salary along with paid vacation, sick leave and the ability to accumulate compensatory time. Medical coverage is provided through Group Health or LEOFF Trust Plan F Premera. The city pays 100% employee and 90% dependent medical premiums. Dental coverage premiums are covered at 100% and $30 per month is contributed to VEBA by the city. Associate degree or equivalent pays an additional 2% at the completion of probation and bachelor degree pays 4%. Patrol officers work 10:40 shifts which are five days on, four days off, five days on, four days off, five days on, five days off every 28 day cycle. Most other department assignments work 4/10’s. Officers are issued all uniforms and equipment and we wear one piece jumpsuits as the uniform of the day. External body armor is optional if the officer chooses to wear it. The agency has just been approved to issue take-home cars to officers beginning later in 2017. All officers will likely be assigned personally issued vehicles over the next two to three years. Click here for more information: ci.bremerton.wa.us/169/… (ad posted 07-03-17)

Lateral Police Officer
Palouse

Palouse Police Department Police Officer—Lateral Entry, Palouse WA The Palouse Police Department is hiring one full-time lateral entry police officer. Graduate of WSCJTC or equivalent academy preferred with minimum 1 year of full-time experience required. The Palouse PD has a staff of 3 full-time officers. This is a civil service position, with a starting salary of $3,300-$3,800/mo + benefits. Palouse is located in eastern Washington, one hour south of Spokane and 45 minutes north of Lewiston, ID. Palouse is also located within 15 miles of two major universities: Washington State University and the University of Idaho. The City of Palouse provides policing services to Palouse and the neighboring town of Garfield with a combined population of 1800 people. Complete job description and application packet are available at visitpalouse.com/… or by calling Palouse City Hall at 509-878-1811. Closing date is 5 PM on Wednesday, August 30th or until filled. (ad posted 07-14-17)

Police Officer
Sumner

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

Police Officer Lateral & Entry Level
Kirkland

Kirkland Police Department The Kirkland Police Department is now hiring lateral and entry level police officers who are interested in making a difference in their community. Click the attached link for details. Click here for more information (ad posted 07-27-17)

Police Officer - Lateral
Moses Lake

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

Entry Level Deputy Sheriff

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

Lateral Road Deputy
South Bend

Pacific County Notice is hereby given that the Pacific County Civil Service Commission is establishing an eligibility list for Lateral Road Deputy Classification for the Pacific County Sheriff’s Office. Click here for more information (ad posted 08-02-17)

Entry Level Road Deputy
South Bend

Pacific County Notice is hereby given that the Pacific County Civil Service Commission is establishing an eligibility list for Entry Level Road Deputy with the Pacific County Sheriff’s Office. Click here for more information (ad posted 08-02-17)

Lateral Police Officer
Bremerton

Bremerton Police Department MISSION We serve our community by: • Enforcing the law • Building relationships • Combating crime VISION The Bremerton Police Department's vision is to maintain a safe, desirable place to live, work and visit. VALUES We value leadership, integrity and teamwork. $5,000 signing bonus to qualified lateral applicants! The Bremerton Police Department is looking for experienced and certified law enforcement officers for our growing city. For 2017, the salary range is $32.51/hr. to $40.56/hr. We do not pay into social security. The city offers matching deferred compensation up to 5.5% of your salary along with paid vacation, sick leave and the ability to accumulate compensatory time. Medical coverage is provided through Group Health or LEOFF Trust Plan F Premera. The city pays 100% of the employee and 90% dependent premiums. Dental coverage premiums are covered at 100% and $30 per month is contributed to VEBA by the city. Associate degree or equivalent pays an additional 2% at the completion of probation and bachelor degree pays 4%. Patrol officers work 10:40 shifts which are five days on, four days off, five days on, four days off, five days on, five days off every 28 day cycle. Most other department assignments work 4/10’s. Officers are issued all uniforms and equipment and we wear one piece jumpsuits as the uniform of the day. External body armor is optional if the officer chooses to wear it. The agency has just been approved to issue take-home cars to officers beginning in 2017. All officers will likely be issued personally used vehicles over the next two to three years. Eligibility to promotion to corporal after four years of commissioned experience and 18 months with Bremerton PD. Click here for more information: ci.bremerton.wa.us/169/… (ad posted 07-03-17)

Miscellaneous

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Bilingual Field Investigator
Tukwila

Labor and Industries Salary: $3,522.00 - $4,623.00 Monthly (plus 5% bilingual pay) Are you looking for a position that supports and contributes to the economic well-being and safety of Washington's workers? Are you fluent in Spanish and English with strong investigative skills? Here's your opportunity to join a team committed to providing exceptional public service to the citizens of Washington. Labor & Industries has a job opening for a Spanish Bilingual Field Investigator 2 in Tukwila, which might be just what you are looking for! The department's Field Investigators conduct complex civil and/or criminal investigations regarding allegations of claimant, employer, and provider fraud. Who should apply? Spanish, bilingual Investigators with emphasis on strong writing and interpersonal communication skills in both English and Spanish who have the ability to work in a fast-paced investigation environment. Successful candidates will be able to produce detailed and thoroughly written investigative reports of their findings. We seek someone who has the ability to travel daily and conduct surveillance, interviews, and investigations in all four seasons and geography. It is essential that we locate someone who is flexible and can maintain a caseload of assignments. For this Bilingual Spanish position, you must be able to pass a verbal and written assessment. Desired/Preferred -Three years' experience conducting investigations such as, labor and personnel investigations, unfair and deceptive business practices, insurance casualty claims, or other related field. This could include experience with a criminal justice agency, law enforcement, state or federal labor law enforcement, or related investigative experience with a regulatory agency. Application review starts immediately. It is to your advantage to apply quickly. To apply and view the full job announcement, go to governmentjobs.com/careers/washington/jobs/1814441/…. (ad posted 08-04-17)

Court

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Probation Administrative Specialist 1
Seattle

Seattle Muncipal Court To apply: governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/1823169/… Click here for more information (ad posted 08-15-17)  

Personal Recognizance Screener (PR Screener) On-Call
Seattle

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

Personal Recognizance Screener
Seattle

Seattle Muncipal Court governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/1823782/… Click here for more information (ad posted 08-15-17)  

Corrections

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Entry Level & Lateral Detention Deputies
Kootenai County

Kootenai County Sheriff's Office, Idaho The Kootenai County Sheriff's office is looking for entry level and lateral deputies. Please click the link for more information. Click here for more information (ad posted 07-28-17)

Lateral and entry level corrections deputy
Clarkston

Asotin County Sheriff's Dept Asotin County Civil Service will be testing to establish eligibility lists for lateral Corrections Deputy and entry level Corrections Deputy. Salary for lateral $17.04 - $9.05 p/h+benefits (depending on experience). Salary for entry level $16.87 p/hr +benefits. There is an immediate opening. Contact Eleanor Sheldon, Civil Service Chief Examiner for applications. Phone (509) 758-8039. Applications close September 1, 2017. Testing September 9, 2017. $15 adm. fee (ad posted 08-11-17)  

Corrections Deputy - Entry Level
Tacoma

Pierce County Sheriff's Department Corrections Deputy Pierce County Sheriff’s Department Salary: $53,830 - $69,763 annually This is work performed to provide care and custody of adult prisoners and to maintain order and discipline among the prisoners of the Pierce County Corrections and Detention Center, a maximum-security facility. Employees in this classification are responsible for the operation of the jail on a 24-hour, 7 day-a-week basis, and the direct and indirect supervision of inmates. Requirements to apply: • High School diploma or G.E.D. certificate. • At least age twenty (20) at time of appointment. **Updated** • Valid Washington State driver's license at time of appointment and be able to provide proof of insurability. • Must be a United States citizen and ability to read and write the English language as required by RCW 41.14.100. • Ability to pass the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission physical fitness requirements. • Ability to successfully complete Pierce County Sheriff's Department background investigation. To apply and sign up for pre-employment testing, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com and click on CORRECTIONS JOBS. Select the department and read over all the requirements and if qualified, select a testing location and a time and date for testing, including the PAT, on the website calendar. Candidates must pass the written exam with 70% and pass the PAT. For questions concerning the testing process, please contact NTN Support on our website or at 866-563-3882. (ad posted 07-12-17)

Corrections Deputy - Lateral
Tacoma

Pierce County Sheriff's Department Corrections Deputy (In-State Lateral) Pierce County Sheriff’s Department Salary: $53,830 - $69,763 annually This is work performed to provide care and custody of adult prisoners and to maintain order and discipline among the prisoners of the Pierce County Corrections and Detention Center, a maximum-security facility. Employees in this classification are responsible for the operation of the jail on a 24-hour, 7 day-a-week basis, and the direct and indirect supervision of inmates. Requirements to apply: • At the time of application, must be currently employed, full-time, with a city, county, state or federal correctional agency within the State of Washington. • Minimum (1) one year experience with the current agency providing direct and/or indirect supervision of adult inmates and not currently on probation. • Must have successfully completed the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission Corrections Officer Academy or possess an equivalent Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission certification as a Corrections Deputy. • High School diploma or G.E.D. certificate. • At least age twenty (20) at time of appointment. **Updated** • Valid Washington State driver's license at time of appointment and be able to provide proof of insurability. • Must be a United States citizen and ability to read and write the English language as required by RCW 41.14.100. • Ability to pass the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission physical fitness requirements. • Ability to successfully complete Pierce County Sheriff's Department background investigation. If interested, please contact Sherry Hieb, Civil Service Chief Examiner, at 253-798-6250 for application and testing process information. (ad posted 07-12-17)

Corrections Officer Lateral & Entry
Kirkland

Kirkland Police Department The Kirkland Police department is looking for corrections officers who are ready to make a difference by serving in the City of Kirkland's new jail. Click the attached link for additional to apply: apply.govjobstoday.com//… (ad posted 07-27-17)

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Police Chief
Quincy

City of Quincy Please go to the City of Quincy website to obtain more information, such as application packet and job description. Click here for more information (ad posted 08-10-17)  

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Public Safety Telecommunicator Trainee
Bremerton

Kitsap 911 Under the direction of the assigned supervisor, the Public Safety Telecommunicator Trainees learn to perform telecommunications work at Kitsap 911 facility in Bremerton, Washington. Public Safety Telecommunicators learn about reception and transmission of E9-1-1 (Enhanced 911 system) telephone and radio emergency medical, fire, and law enforcement service calls, as well as calls and complaints from the public. Training time occurs in both the classroom and on the dispatch floor. Click here for more information (ad posted 07-25-17)
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