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WSCJTC Positions

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

TAC Officer
Burien

WSCJTC The Basic Training Division is accepting applications for the TAC Officer position. To be considered for this position, the application package must be submitted to Assistant Commander Mark Best. Upon review and acceptance of this package, qualified candidates will be contacted and notified about the next phase of the screening process. Click here for more information (ad posted 05-31-18)

Support

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Police Services Specialist Supervisor
Auburn

Auburn Police Department Under the direction of the Police Support Services Manager, plans, organizes, coordinates and oversees the activities of the Police Services Specialist including a variety of semi-routine clerical/technical work in support of the Police Department with an emphasis on receptionist and report processing functions. Work requires a high degree of confidentiality and interpersonal sensitivity. For full job description and to apply, please visit governmentjobs.com/careers/…. (ad posted 06-22-18)

Crime Analyst
Coeur d Alene, Idaho

Kootenai County Sheriff's Office, Idaho is seeking a Crime Analyst to join their team. This position is a member of the criminal justice investigative team who conducts research while collecting, compiling and analyzing information on specialized topics related to law enforcement. The ability to prepare comprehensive technical and analytical reports and records, in addition to presenting and interpreting data is a key component to this position. Please click on the link for more information. Click here for more information (ad posted 09-17-18)  

Police Records Supervisor
Issaquah

Issaquah Police Department The City is looking to hire the next Records Supervisor to oversee the daily operations of the Records Division in the Police Department. Under general direction from the Support Services Commander, this is a first-line supervisory position directing the work of Record Division employees. The work includes responsibility for resolving operational prob-lems and developing procedures and standards related to a computerized records management system. The incumbent makes recommendations on hiring, retention, pay and train-ing of employees assigned to the Records division. Participates in developing and recommending changes in policy; makes decisions on both routine and non-routine matters which deviate from department policy or standard practices. Click here for more information (ad posted 09-04-18)

Police Officer and Deputy

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Police Officer - Lateral
Burlington

City of Burlington Police Department The City of Burlington, WA is currently accepting Police Officer-Lateral applications for current and future openings with the department. To apply, please submit a completed City of Burlington Personal History Information (PHI) form to the Civil Service Examiner, 833 S Spruce Street, Burlington WA 98233. Qualifications Candidates must meet the following minimum requirements: Applicants must: be citizens of the Unites States; be a high school graduate or equivalent; be not less than twenty-one (21) years of age; possess a valid motor vehicle operator's license; possess minimum of twenty-four (24) months full time job experience after certification by the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission (or CJTC recognized certification) as a sworn, paid Municipal, County, State or Federal Police Officer within the last thirty-six (36) months; the (24) month full time experience within the past thirty six (36) months may be waived by the Civil Service Commission if the candidate lost or is losing employment as a paid Municipal, County, State or Federal Officer due to a departmental reduction in force (RIF) outside the candidates control; possess experience performing patrol, traffic or investigation; must be current Washington State Basic Law Enforcement Training Academy graduate or eligible to attend the Washington State's Basic Law Enforcement Training Equivalency Academy. Military police experience does not qualify. Other requirements include an extensive background investigation to include a polygraph and psychological examination. The City of Burlington, WA is currently accepting Police Officer-Lateral applications for future openings with the department. Please submit a completed City of Burlington Personal History Information (PHI) form to the Civil Service Examiner, 833 S Spruce Street, Burlington WA 98233. Qualifications Candidates must meet the following minimum requirements: Applicants must: be citizens of the Unites States; be a high school graduate or equivalent; be not less than twenty-one (21) years of age; possess a valid motor vehicle operator's license; possess minimum of twenty-four (24) months full time job experience after certification by the Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission (or CJTC recognized certification) as a sworn, paid Municipal, County, State or Federal Police Officer within the last thirty-six (36) months; the (24) month full time experience within the past thirty six (36) months may be waived by the Civil Service Commission if the candidate lost or is losing employment as a paid Municipal, County, State or Federal Officer due to a departmental reduction in force (RIF) outside the candidates control; possess experience performing patrol, traffic or investigation; must be current Washington State Basic Law Enforcement Training Academy graduate or eligible to attend the Washington State's Basic Law Enforcement Training Equivalency Academy. Military police experience does not qualify. Other requirements include an extensive background investigation to include a polygraph and psychological examination. $5583.54 - $6655.31 monthly LATERAL SIGNING BONUS 1. Lateral officer will start at either step two or three of the existing pay scale with determination made by the mayor. 2. Level will be determined by years of service and background information. 3. Later officer will be required to sign the three year standard commitment contract. 4. There will be no requirement of reimbursement of incentive money by the lateral applicant, whether they are terminated or leave on their own accord. They will only receive those funds that have been paid to them up to their departure date. 5. The hiring bonus will equal a maximum of $7,500 paid to the employee in three increments over the first year of employment as follows: a. $2,500 to be paid in the first pay period after starting employment b. $2,500 to be paid after successfully passing the Field Training Program c. $2,500 to be paid after successfully passing at the end of the one year probation period 6. The hiring bonus will be paid separately from payroll and the hiring bonus will be exempt from overtime calculations. (ad posted 08-24-18)

Lateral Officer

Lake Forest Park Police Department The City of Lake Forest Park is currently accepting lateral applications for the position of Police Officer. Lake Forest Park Police employs 19 full time commissioned Officers and 3 support staff members. Lake Forest Park is on the Northshore of Lake Washington and is a great supportive community. With low crime rates, our police officers have the ability to make a difference for our citizens. Salary & Benefits: Work schedule consists of 12 hour shifts (3on/3off rotation) Salary (monthly): $5,266 - $6,580 (2018) $5,424 - $6,778 (2019) $5,586 - $6,981 (2020) 96 hours of paid vacation leave annually (w/ progressive increases) 12 paid holidays 96 hours of paid sick leave annually 110 hours Kelly Time off  Specialty assignment (Detective/Traffic/SWAT/K9) Longevity pay after 6yrs (2%+) Education pay (2% AA/4% BA) Retirement: Commissioned officers work under the LEOFF 2 Retirement System Other Compensation: 401(a) Social Security Replacement, and 457 Deferred Compensation (City match up to $50.00 per month) Medical (Employee 100%, Dependents 90%), Dental/Orthodontics, Vision, Disability, and Life Insurance All uniforms and equipment issued by the department, followed by annual uniform allowance of $625 Click here for more information (ad posted 07-13-18)

Police Officer
Taholah

Quinualt Nation Police Department This is a law enforcement position and applicants are required to have the minimum qualifications required for all law enforcement positions by the Quinault Indian Nation. This position will provide enforcement patrols of the areas that reside within the Quinault Indian Nation Reservation boundaries. Duties include: Enforce Law & Order, Community oriented policing, investigations, and arrests. Basic police training and/or previous law enforcement experience desirable. Must have HS Diploma/GED; be at least 21 years old on commissioning; able to pass background check, drug, psychological, and polygraph tests. Must have no prior felony or domestic violence convictions, and no substance abuse convictions. Must have valid WA state driver’s license and good driving record, and have completed or be able to complete a certified law enforcement academy within 12 months. Applicant must be in good physical condition, able to patrol by foot and/or vehicle as needed. Benefits include paid holidays, medical, dental, vision, disability and 401K. Starting wages depending on experience range from $45,495 to $50,987 a year. OPEN UNTIL FILLED Supervisor: R Belcher applications at quinaultindiannation.com/… (ad posted 08-05-18)

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 Police Officer
Nooksack

Nooksack Tribal Police Department is currently accepting applications for a Lateral Police Officer position. Current salary range is $59, 607 yearly, to $69,100 yearly for Patrol Officers, with automatic 3% step increases yearly. We offer take-home vehicles, four 10-hour shift schedule, 16 paid holidays per year, paid vacation & sick time, paid Medical, Dental, and Optical coverage, plus a 401k with employer match. 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. Call (360) 592-9065 or email MAshby@nooksack-nsn.gov for additional information. An online application packet and job announcement can be found at: workforcenow.adp.com/mascsr/default/mdf/recruitment/… Click here for more information (ad posted 09-20-18)  

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 Police Officer
Ellensburg

City of Ellensburg Please visit our website at ci.ellensburg.wa.us for information on this position and to access our employment application. EOE/M/F/D/V. Click here for more information (ad posted 09-14-18)  

Entry Level Deputy
Colville

Stevens County Sheriff's Office is testing to establish an employment list for Entry-level Sheriff’s Deputy is scheduled for October. Download exam details at stevenscountywa.gov (on the employment page) or contact the Stevens County Civil Service staff at (509) 684-3751. Don’t delay - all required documents and test fee must be received by 4:30 pm Tuesday, October 16, 2018. (ad posted 09-14-18)  

Police Officer
Taholah

Quinualt Nation Police Department This is a law enforcement position and applicants are required to have the minimum qualifications required for all law enforcement positions by the Quinault Indian Nation. This position will provide enforcement patrols of the areas that reside within the Quinault Indian Nation Reservation boundaries. Duties include: Enforce Law & Order, Community oriented policing, investigations, and arrests. Basic police training and/or previous law enforcement experience desirable. Must have HS Diploma/GED; be at least 21 years old on commissioning; able to pass background check, drug, psychological, and polygraph tests. Must have no prior felony or domestic violence convictions, and no substance abuse convictions. Must have valid WA state driver’s license and good driving record, and have completed or be able to complete a certified law enforcement academy within 12 months. Applicant must be in good physical condition, able to patrol by foot and/or vehicle as needed. Benefits include paid holidays, medical, dental, vision, disability and 401K. Starting wages depending on experience range from $45,495 to $50,987 a year. OPEN UNTIL FILLED Supervisor: R Belcher (ad posted 08-05-18)

Officer - Lateral
Chehalis

Chehalis Police Department The City of Chehalis is accepting applications for Lateral Police Officers to fill one immediate opening and other anticipated openings. CLOSING DATE: 10/31/2018. SALARY RANGE: $5,113 to $6,189 per month. SUMMARY OF DUTIES: As first responders, Police Officers are vital to public safety and perform basic police services in accordance with the mission, goals and objectives of the Chehalis Police Department and in compliance with governing federal, state, and local laws. MINIMUM JOB REQUIREMENTS: Age 21 at time of appointment; United States citizen; Read, write and speak the English language as required by RCW 41.14.100; High School graduate or equivalent; Ability to obtain a Washington State Driver’s License free of suspensions or revocations; No felony convictions or series of offenses of a minor nature which would lend themselves to establish a pattern of criminal behavior, nor any criminal instances concerning moral turpitude; Ability to pass a background investigation, a medical and psychological examination, and polygraph. Lateral applicants must also have a current Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission Basic Law Enforcement Academy Certificate or equivalent certification from another state-approved academy with an understanding they must achieve certification by the Washington State Equivalency Academy within one year of employment. Applicants must also have been employed on a full time basis as a commissioned Law Enforcement Officer for a minimum of twelve (12) of the last twenty-four (24) months at the time of application. HOW TO APPLY: For more information and an application for employment, please visit our website at ci.chehalis.wa.us/police/… or contact the Chehalis Police Department at 360-748-8605. The City of Chehalis Is An Equal Opportunity Employer. (ad posted 09-17-18)  

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
Lake Forest Park

City of Lake Forest Park The City of Lake Forest Park has one immediate opening for a Lateral/Post Police Academy Graduate Officer. Application materials may be obtained online at cityoflfp.com or by contacting Lee Aalund at laalund@ci.lake-forest-park.wa.us or 206-957-2806. Click here for more information. Click here for more information (ad posted 08-15-18)

Full-time Lateral and Post Police Academy Graduate
Brier

Brier Police Department The City of Brier has one immediate opening for a Full-Time Lateral/Post Police Academy Graduate. Applicants must meet the WA State Criminal Justice Training Commission Peace Officer Certification requirements. Brier is a city approximately north of Seattle with a population of 6,500. Click here for more information (ad posted 08-13-18)

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)

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)

Police Officer - Entry Level
Burlington

City of Burlington Police Department The City of Burlington is currently accepting Police Officer - Entry Level applications for current and future openings with the department. To apply for an Entry Level position, you must contact Public Safety Testing at publicsafetytesting.com. Following the Public Safety Testing process, you may be contacted by the City of Burlington. Upon notification by the Burlington Civil Service Examiner, you will be asked to fill out and return the attached Police Officer application. Do not fill out the application form until notified of instructions by the Civil Service Examiner. $5,583.54 - $6,655.31 monthly (ad posted 08-24-18)

Chief of Police
Lacey

Lacey Police Department seeking a dynamic, seasoned executive to lead their Police Department. This is an exciting law enforcement opportunity to work in a progressive and effective organization. Please click the link for more information. Click here for more information (ad posted 09-11-18)

Lateral/Post Academy Graduate
Clyde Hill

Clyde Hill Police Department The City of Clyde Hill is actively recruiting Lateral/post academy graduate Police Officers to fill immediate vacancies. Applicants must meet the WA State Criminal Justice Training Center Peace Officer Certification (WSCJTC) requirements. Salary: $5474 - $6945 per month DOQ + approximately $820.00 per month for our Flexible Spending Program. Educational/Career Development Incentive Program, up to 6%. Health Care: Regence/Blue Shield or Kaiser Permanente, 90% employer paid medical, 100% employer paid dental/vision. Retirement LEOFF2, optional Deferred Compensation program, Vacation/Holidays 176 hours/year – 296 hours/year; Sick leave: 8 hours per month. Accidental Death & Dismemberment Insurance and Long-Term Disability Insurance. Opportunities include: Civil Disturbance Unit, Bicycle Patrol, CSPA Major Crimes Task Force, Field Training Officer, Investigations. Lateral Applicants must have been employed as a full-time law enforcement officer with a civilian law enforcement agency within the last 24 months and must have lasted a minimum of one year and possess current basic certification upon application from the WSCJTC. Post academy graduate must possess current basic certification upon application from the WSCJTC. Out of state candidates, who have been previously certified in another state, must pass the WSCJTC equivalency. Applicants minimum age is 21, high school graduate, have or be able to obtain a valid Washington State Driver’s license by the time of hire, U.S. citizen, no felony or DV convictions. A criminal record may disqualify the candidate. All candidates must successfully pass an entrance interview, oral board examinations and background in accordance with the Civil Service Rules 7 and 8. Please submit a letter of interest and resume to: Lt. D. Hanson 9605 NE 24th Street, Clyde Hill WA, 98004. For more information please call 425-454-7187 or visit clydehill.org. (ad posted 09-14-18)  

Entry Level Police Officer
McCleary

McCleary Police Department JOB ANNOUNCEMENT ENTRY LEVEL POLICE OFFICER The City of McCleary is taking Entry Level Police Applications to create an eligibility list. The application process will include an initial review of applications, qualified applicants will then be contacted to conduct a Physical Ability Test as prescribed by CJTC entrance to the Basic Law Enforcement Academy, applicants that pass the PAT will then move onto the Oral Board, Mayor Interview and then Chiefs Interview. Requirements •High school diploma or GED. •Possession of valid Washington State Driver's License by the time of appointment. •Must be at least 21 years of age at the time of application. •Pursuant to RCW 41.12.070, must be a United States citizen who can read and write the English language. •Must successfully pass all phases of background screening, including, but not limited to, drug history, driving record, credit history, criminal record, work history, reference check, and Chief's interview; if given a conditional offer of employment, candidates will be polygraphed and will undergo a psychological examination and a medical examination which includes drug testing. Pay and Benefits: •2018 Salary range: $4017.41 - $4981.41 per month DOE. •Medical, dental, and vision are provided for employee and family with premium partially paid by the City. •Employees receive sick leave, vacation, plus 110 hours of holiday time per year. •Education incentive offered 1% for AA, 2% for BA. •Longevity pay. •Retirement benefits are with the Washington State Public L.E.O.F.F. II. •Voluntary deferred compensation plan through the Department of Retirement Systems. Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: •Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relations with other City employees, other law enforcement agencies, civic leaders, and the general public. •Ability to become thoroughly familiar with the policies, procedures, rules and regulations of the department pertaining to all matters that come within the area of responsibility. •Ability to understand and execute moderately complex oral or written directions, and to prepare clear and comprehensive written reports. •Ability to maintain confidentiality of information and to restrict the use of such information to work duties. •Ability to acquire a good working knowledge of federal, state and local laws and ordinances which are enforced by the municipal police department. •Ability to address all violators in a firm, courteous manner in order to develop public respect and confidence in the officer and his department. •Ability to acquire a good working knowledge of effective, modern methods of crime detection and criminal identification. •Ability to apprehend and make forcible arrests of violators. •Ability to safely and legally operate police and other vehicles. Job Summary: •Under general supervision, the Police Officer performs a wide variety of duties involving the enforcement of laws and the prevention of crimes; controls traffic flow and enforces state and local traffic regulations; issues citations; participates in and conducts a variety of criminal investigations; makes arrests; provides support and assistance to special crime prevention and law enforcement programs; and performs a variety of technical and administrative tasks in support of law enforcement services and activities. Essential Job Duties: •Patrols designated areas of the City in car, by foot, or other means to preserve law and order, discover and prevent the commission of crimes, and enforce traffic and other laws and ordinances; protects real and personal property by providing security checks of residential, business, and public premises; maintains awareness of and remains alert for wanted suspects, known criminals, stolen vehicles, missing persons, traffic violators, and crimes in progress; issues warnings and citations. •Responds to calls for the protection of life and property, the enforcement of laws and ordinances, general public service calls, and complaints including those involving automobile accidents, traffic hazards, misdemeanor and felony incidents, domestic disturbances, property control, civil complaints, and related incidents; investigates complaints and takes appropriate action, which may include the use of lethal or non-lethal force; uses sound judgment under adverse, stressful conditions. •Conducts investigations at scenes of incidents to which summoned or incidents observed; determines what, if any, crime has been committed; identifies, collects, preserves, processes, and books evidence; locates and interviews victims and witnesses; identifies and interrogates suspects. Works in partnership with prosecuting attorneys to obtain and file criminal complaints on arrested subjects. •Prepares and serves search and arrest warrants; apprehends and arrests offenders for crimes committed under federal, state, and local laws and codes; controls and mitigates people under the influence of drugs or alcohol or other potentially hostile situations. •Acquires information concerning all types of law violations within the patrol area, taking action or relaying the information to the proper authority. •Observes all traffic hazards in the area, eliminating them or reporting them to the proper authority. •Checks abandoned vehicles or vehicles parked in unusual locations for the purpose of detecting possible criminal activities. •Assists motorists who need help and provides them with such aid as is practical under the circumstances. •Serves as liaison and public relations officer to the public; establishes and preserves good relationships with the general public; answers questions from the public concerning local and state laws, procedures, and activities of the department; makes presentations before a variety of public groups to promote crime prevention activities and to enhance public understanding of police activities. •Contacts and cooperates with other law enforcement agencies in matters relating to the apprehension of offenders and the investigation of offenses; may respond to requests for assistance from agencies outside the City for mutual aid in the suppression of civil disturbances, apprehension of criminals, or other related requests. •Participates in continuous training to enhance law enforcement skills including firearms proficiency, defensive driving skills, apprehension and arrest techniques, investigative skills, and general law enforcement skills. •Performs a variety of administrative and other types of duties in support of law enforcement services, programs, and activities; attends meetings; maintains and calibrates specialized equipment including preliminary alcohol screening devices. •Initiates and completes reports, legal documents, and other required paperwork; prepares a variety of reports including those on activities, operations, arrests made, and unusual incidents observed; prepares investigative reports and case information. •Testifies in courts and at hearings; prepares and presents case evidence; responds to mandatory court calls during irregular hours. •Directs traffic at fires, special events, and other emergency situations; provides traffic and crowd control at events. •Enforces parking regulations; issues citations; tows vehicles that are in violation of codes. •Drives a City vehicle in normal and emergency response situations. •Makes forcible arrests of violators. •Attends civic club meetings, churches, schools, and other places of public gathering to explain the activities and functions of the police department and to establish favorable public relations, as directed. •Interacts with community in a positive manner to cooperatively reach resolution of community needs. •Establishes and maintains cooperative, effective working relationships with co-workers and other City employees using principles of community-oriented policing. •Reports for scheduled work with regular, reliable and punctual attendance. •Performs other duties as assigned, including but not limited to being assigned to work in other functional areas to cover absences or relief, equalize peak work periods, or balance the workload. Machines, Tools, Special Equipment, Personal Protective Equipment Used: •Patrol car, computer, telephone and radio, flashlight, writing utensils, pads, hand guns and rifles, hazmat suit, mask/respirator, duty belt, taser, pepper spray, ammunition, first aid equipment. Equal Opportunity Employer: •The City of McCleary is committed to hiring a diverse workforce and all qualified applicants, including all ethnic backgrounds and persons with disabilities, are encouraged to apply. The City is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not unlawfully discriminate on the basis of race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, marital status, sexual orientation, veteran status, disability status, or any other basis prohibited by federal, state, or local law. •In accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, an employer is obligated to make a reasonable accommodation only to the known limitations of an otherwise qualified individual with a disability. In general, it is the responsibility of the applicant or employee with a disability to inform the employer that an accommodation is needed to participate in the application process, to perform essential job functions or to receive equal benefits and privileges of employment. General Information: •The statements contained herein reflect general details as necessary to describe the principal functions for this job classification, the level of knowledge and skill typically required and the scope of responsibility, but should not be considered an all-inclusive listing of work requirements. •The physical abilities described above are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of the job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions. •The provisions of this job description do not constitute an expressed or implied contract. Any provision contained herein may be modified and/or revoked without notice. Send cover letter, resume and completed application to Ms. Wendy Collins, Clerk-Treasurer, to 100 S 3rd Street McCleary WA 98557. Click here for more information (ad posted 08-30-18)

Entry and Lateral Police Officer
Kirkland

Kirkland Police Department THE MISSION OF THE KIRKLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT IS TO PROTECT AND SERVE OUR COMMUNITY WITH HONOR, INTEGRITY AND COURAGE. We are actively engaged in continuous testing to hire police officers. Please see the attached brochure for additional information and direct inquiries to: policerecruiting@kirklandwa.gov Click here for more information (ad posted 05-14-18)

Deputy Sheriff

Wahkiakum County establishing a hiring list for expected opening Click here for more information (ad posted 04-24-18)

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 Police Officer
Elma

Elma Police Department City of Elma Elma, Washington is a great place to live, play, work, and invest. The City of Elma is actively seeking individuals to establish a list for an anticipated Lateral Police Officer position. It’s our people that make us great and we would love to have you join our team. With a population of 3,350, Elma has a small town charm and is conveniently located 25 miles west of Olympia and 40 miles east of the Ocean Beaches. It is also centrally positioned south of the beautiful Olympic Mountains. Take a look at our city 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 years; and are able to provide 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 $4,621- $4,996 to start, top step, $5,389. The City of Elma provides a competitive benefit package which includes, but is not limited to, Medical, Dental, Vision and Disability Coverage. Applications can be located at cityofelma.com, they’re also available at the Elma City Hall, 202 W. Main Street, Elma WA. If you have questions, please contact us at (360)482-3131 (ad posted 06-28-18)

Lateral Police Officer
Winlock

Winlock Police Department is currently accepting applications for an immediate opening for a full time Lateral Police Officer. The position will be open until filled. Applicant must have worked on a full-time basis for at least 12 months of the last 24 months as a commissioned Law Enforcement Officer. Post-Police Academy Graduates will be considered. Please click the link for more information. Click here for more information (ad posted 07-30-18)

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 Police Officer
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 the link for more information. Click here for more information (ad posted 07-30-18)

Miscellaneous

 
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Jail Food Services Manager/Lead Cook
South Bend

Pacific County Notice is hereby given that the Pacific County Civil Service Commission is establishing an eligibility register for Food Services Manager/ Lead Cook with the Pacific County Sheriff’s Office. The Civil Service Examiner will accept applications until October 12, 2018 at 4:00pm. Click here for more information (ad posted 08-24-18)

Cook
South Bend

Pacific County Notice is hereby given that the Pacific County Civil Service Commission is establishing an eligibility register for COOK with the Pacific County Sheriff’s Office. The Civil Service Examiner will accept applications until October 12, 2018 at 4:00pm. Click here for more information (ad posted 08-24-18)

Court

 
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PR Screener On-Call (Job #2018-00880)
Seattle

Seattle Municipal Court - Probation Services We are currently accepting applications from qualified candidates who are interested in working as a PR Screener – On-Call. Link to apply: governmentjobs.com/careers/seattle/jobs/2102085/… Click here for more information (ad posted 06-05-18)

Corrections

 
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Entry Level Corrections Officer
South Bend

Pacific County NOTICE OF EXAMINATION FOR ENTRY LEVEL CORRECTIONS OFFICER Pacific County Sheriff’s Office 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 October 12, 2018 at 4:00pm. Click here for more information (ad posted 09-04-18)

Juvenile Detention Specialist
Coeur d Alene, Idaho

Kootenai County Sheriff's Office, Idaho is seeking a Juvenile Detention Officer to join their team. This position is responsible for providing direct supervision, direction and guidance of delinquent youth in a secure facility; security and safety of the residents and staff as well as meeting the needs of the individual and of the group through counseling, training and education. Please click on the link for more information. Click here for more information (ad posted 09-07-18)

Corrections Deputy, Entry Level
Colville

Stevens County Sheriff's Office is testing to establish employment lists for Entry-level Corrections Deputy is scheduled for October. Download exam details at stevenscountywa.gov (on the employment page) or contact the Stevens County Civil Service staff at (509) 684-3751. Don’t delay - all required documents and test fee must be received by 4:30 pm Tuesday, October 9, 2018. (ad posted 09-14-18)  

Lateral Correction Officer
South Bend

Pacific County CIVIL SERVICE NOTICE OF EXAMINATION LATERAL CORRECTION OFFICER Pacific County Sheriff’s Office 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 October 12, 2018 at 4:00pm. Click here for more information (ad posted 09-04-18)

Male & Female Corrections Officers
Newport

Pend Oreille County Sheriff Pend Oreille Country is located in North Eastern Washington, on the boarder of Northern Idaho,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: Minimum of Two(2). Females encouraged to apply. SALARY & BENEFITS: Union, vacation, sick leave, paid holidays, longevity, retirement plan, and medical benefits. Starting salary: Entry Level at Step 1, $3112.02/month; Laterals at Step 2, $3220.02/month to Step 3, $3333.53/month, DOE. OPEN EXAMINATION SCHEDULE: Physical Agility Test (PAT): Must be scheduled within 2 weeks of application submission, in the Civil Service Office, County Courthouse, 625 W. 4th St., Newport, WA. >This is a Pass or Fail test and you must pass the PAT to continue on to the written. Written Exam: (within two weeks of passing the PAT-can be same day). Entry-level corrections tests assess the knowledge, skills, abilities and personal characteristics necessary for success as a new correctional officer. No prior training or experience is assumed of candidates. Typing Test: No minimum required and not grounds for disqualification. Your typing score will be added to your application before submission to the Sheriff’s office. Test will be administered on testing day after the written or may be scheduled ahead of testing date. Examination test weight: Physical Agility test is pass or fail, written 90%, education & experience 10%. Veteran’s Preference may apply. TO APPLY: Civil Service Application Required. See website at: pendoreilleco.org (Human Resources) to print an application (you cannot apply on-line), pick up or request a copy by mail, from the Pend Oreille County Civil Service Office, 625 W. 4th St., Newport, WA 99156, Monday through Friday 8:00AM-4:30PM. (509) 447-6480. APPLICATION DEADLINE: OPEN – Monday thru Friday by 4:00pm., in person at 625 W. 4th St. Newport, WA., or via mail (PO BOX 5060, Newport, WA 99156) Click here for more information (ad posted 08-08-18)

Corrections Officer
Kirkland

Kirkland Police Department THE MISSION OF THE KIRKLAND POLICE DEPARTMENT IS TO PROTECT AND SERVE OUR COMMUNITY WITH HONOR, INTEGRITY AND COURAGE. We are actively engaged in continuous testing to hire corrections officers. Please see the attached brochure for additional information and direct inquiries to: policerecruiting@kirklandwa.gov Click here for more information (ad posted 05-14-18)

Director, King County Adult and Juvenile Detention
Seattle

King County King County is seeking a new director for the Department of Adult and Juvenile Detention (DAJD) to provide innovative and strategic leadership in the delivery of safe, secure and humane 24/7 detention and community corrections programs. Through the work of its approximately 900 employees, most represented by labor unions, DAJD supports safe, vibrant, and healthy communities in partnership with other criminal justice and human service agencies. It is a large, urban, multi-facility and multi-program correctional services system providing pre-trail services and a range of both secure and community-based alternatives to adults and juveniles. Click here for more information (ad posted 08-30-18)

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Part-Time Relief Dispatcher
Cheney

Cheney Police Department City of Cheney Police Dept. Salary: $20.53/hour. Open until filled – First round reviewed August 31, 2018. Relief Dispatchers perform the duties of a Police Dispatcher on an as-needed, part-time basis. The Police Dispatcher position is skilled emergency service work that involves receiving emergency 9-1-1 and nonemergency requests for police assistance, determining the nature and urgency of calls, initiating police or other emergency personnel action, and maintaining close contact with field units to monitor response and needed support requirements. The position also requires clerical work. The successful candidates will attend an 8-week training session, for 40 hours per week, and will experience all shifts. The ability to work variable shifts is required. Works out of the Central Dispatch Office of the Police Department facility. Must be at least 18 years of age; graduation from high school or GED equivalent; minimum keyboarding/typing skill of 40 wpm net; pass a written practical exam that tests skills relevant to the position; be able to pass an extensive background check; able to sit for long periods of time. See cityofcheney.org/… for a complete job description and application procedure. Contact Information: Human Resources, 509-498-9200, 609 2nd Street, Cheney, WA 99004. Click here for more information (ad posted 08-17-18)

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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