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WSCJTC Positions

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

TAC Officer
Burien

Criminal Jusice Training Commission is looking for TAC Officers to provide full-time services to the Commission, coordinating and conducting Washington State’s Basic Law Enforcement Academy (BLEA) programs under the direction of the BLEA Commander and Assistant Commander. Each TAC officer is responsible for delivering instruction in one core block. We are looking for instructors with the knowledge, skills and abilities to teach Criminal Investigations, Report Writing and Patrol Procedures. Successful candidates will be required to become certified as WSCJTC instructors and to complete the First-Level Supervisor course soon after assignment to WSCJTC. Click here for more information (ad posted 04-08-15)

Security

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Public Safety Officer
Lakewood

Pierce Transit Department of Public Safety The Pierce Transit Department of Public Safety is building an ongoing eligibility list for Public Safety Officer. Testing is being administered through National Testing Network (NTN). Salary Information: Starting wage: $18.31/hour Wage range: $18.31/hour - $23.36/hour Benefit Information: •Medical, dental, vision, basic life insurance, and long term disability •All uniforms and equipment provided •Participation in PERS 2 or 3 retirement plan •Optional deferred compensation (457) program •Paid vacation and sick leave Contact Information: Jean Carlson Human Resources Generalist jecarlson@piercetransit.org PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER: (Specially Commissioned Washington Peace Officer) Females & Minorities Encouraged To Apply. This is not a security guard or a police officer position. It is very unique and the first of its kind in Washington State. Pierce Transit Public Safety Officers hold a “Special Commission” and are Specially Commissioned Peace Officers. They are not fully commissioned law enforcement officers, do not carry firearms when performing their duties and do not have full powers of arrest as defined by RCW 10.93.020(5). Our Public Safety Officers move throughout the Pierce County piece of this system on bicycles, on buses, and on foot to deter criminal acts and behavior as well as to provide a safe environment for our customers. Age: 18 US Citizen: Lawfully work in US High School Grad/GED: Yes Valid WASHINGTON State Driver's License: Yes Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes Prior Experience: Yes Necessary Certifications: Must be able to pass a 40-hour police cyclist course Current Hiring Status: We currently have three vacancies available. Candidates, who receive passing scores on the entry level exam, will be reviewed by Human Resources and the Chief of Public Safety. Additional steps in the hiring process include an interview, psychological testing, fingerprint check, background investigation, polygraph and physical and drug screen. Applicants must successfully pass each step in the process to continue to be considered and may be rejected at any step in our process. Additional Requirements: One year of experience in the public sector security field; military police; correctional officer; or related field. No major traffic violations within the last five years, no felony convictions, no misdemeanor convictions involving drugs, moral turpitude, or theft. Desired: Experience in public transportation security. Must be able to: •Pass a 40-hour police cyclist course •Work a flexible schedule, including weekends and nights •Available to respond to security incidents throughout the service area •Obtain a valid WA State driver’s license prior to employment •Successfully pass a thorough criminal and civil background check. Candidates must also fill out the department application. To be considered, the following documents are REQUIRED and must be submitted at time of application: a completed Pierce Transit application form, background questionnaire, supplemental questionnaire, resume with email address included, certification of standards, and notarized criminal background release form clearly showing how you meet the minimum qualifications listed above. Application materials may be obtained by downloading from the NTN website posting, at Pierce Transit headquarters, 3701 96th Street SW, P.O. Box 99070, Lakewood, WA 98496 or by calling 253-581-8000. To sign up for pre-employment testing, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com (ad posted 04-02-15)

Police Officer and Deputy

 
Position, CityAgency, County, Details & Contact Information
 

Entry Level Sheriff's Deputy
Seattle

King County Sheriff's Office King County Sheriff's Office is actively recruiting for positions to be filled in 2015. Salary Information: Base salary range from $5,023 per month (entry) to $7,033 per month after five years. Education incentives, longevity pay and premium pay apply depending upon assignment. Benefit Information: • Medical insurance funded (90%) after meeting annual deductible and attaining gold status • Fully paid dental, vision and basic life insurance for you and all of your dependents • Take home vehicle upon completion of probation • All uniforms and equipment provided • LEOFF 2 retirement • Optional deferred compensation program • Paid vacation and sick time Current Hiring Status: Vacancies are filled by Civil Service "rule of three" with the top three candidates forwarded to the appointing authority for background investigation & selection as vacancies occur. Department Information: KCSO's 1070 employees (660 commissioned, 410 non-commissioned) function under four core values: leadership, integrity, service and teamwork. We are a full-service law enforcement agency for unincorporated King County, 12 cities and towns, the local and regional transit systems and the King County Airport. KCSO has four divisions: Field Operations (all uniformed patrol functions), Special Operations (SWAT, K9, Marine Unit, Helicopters, Search & Rescue), Criminal Investigations (detective positions investigating a wide variety of crimes) and Technical Services (911 call center, computer services). Deputies may choose from a variety of work environments ranging from urban to suburban and rural. Commissioned deputies assigned to patrol work eight hour shifts on a 5-2, 5-3 schedule. Job Requirements: Age: 21 at date of Hire US Citizen: Yes High School Grad/GED: Yes Valid WASHINGTON State Driver's License: Valid Washington Driver's License at time of hire. Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes Vision: Normal color vision (based on the Ishihara standard range of normal color vision as determined by the medical exam) Uncorrected vision of 20/100 or better, correctable to 20/30 with the use of glasses, hard contact lenses or soft contacts you have worn for less than one year OR Corrected vision to 20/30 or better with soft contact lenses you have worn for at least one year (in this case there is no uncorrected vision standard) OR Uncorrected vision of 20/30 or better. College: NONE To apply and test go to: NationalTestingNetwork.com. (ad posted 01-22-15)

Entry Level Poice Officer
Bellevue

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

Police Officer
Arlington

Arlington Police Department Salary Range: $4,724 - $5,947 per month Entry level applicants, or those with no civilian police agency experience, may start the application process by taking the written and physical agility exams through Public Safety Testing. For additional information about Public Safety Testing or to sign up for testing, visit their website or call them toll-free at 1-866-HIRE-911. Applications for lateral entry will be accepted on a continuous basis. Applications are available on the City website, in the lobby of City Hall at 238 N Olympic Ave Arlington, WA 98223 or by calling (360) 403-3441. Click here for more information (ad posted 05-07-15)

Campus Police Officer (Lateral)
Olympia

Evergreen State College The Evergreen State College is a progressive, public liberal arts and sciences college located in Olympia, Washington, in the beautiful Pacific Northwest. Since opening its doors in 1971, Evergreen has established a national reputation for leadership in developing innovative interdisciplinary, collaborative and team-taught academic programs. The college has a vibrant undergraduate program, graduate programs, and public service centers that constitute a unique academic setting. The college values a student-centered learning environment, a link between theory and practice, and a multicultural community of diverse faculty, students and staff working together. For more information about Evergreen, please visit our college catalog or our website: evergreen.edu Click here for more information (ad posted 06-30-15)  

Police Officer
Brier

Brier Police Department Position open until filled Click here for more information (ad posted 03-27-15)

Entry Level Deputy Sheriff
Everett

Snohomish County Sheriff's Office SNOHOMISH COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE 3000 ROCKEFELLER, MS 606 EVERETT, WASHINGTON 98201 sheriff.snoco.org Updated: August 14, 2014 Job Classification: Entry Level Deputy Sheriff The Snohomish County Sheriff's Office is building an ongoing eligibility list for Entry Level Deputy Sheriff. Salary Information: 2014 Rates are now $4,574.24 - $5,989.53 Benefit Information: •Salary may include college incentive pay, longevity pay and specialty pay if eligible •Choice of two medical insurance plans •Fully paid dental, vision and basic life insurance for you and all of your dependants •Take home vehicle upon completion of field training •All uniforms and equipment provided •LEOFF 2 retirement •Optional deferred compensation program •Employee Assistance Program •Wellness Program and flexible spending account •Access to Snocope Credit Union •Direct payroll deposit option to various financial institutions •Long term disability insurance through the Deputy Sheriff Association •Paid vacation and sick leave Contact Information: Sergeant Steve McDonald s.mcdonald@co.snohomish.wa.us Job Requirements Age: Must be 21 at the time of hire and at least 20.5 at the time of application. US Citizen: Yes High School Grad/GED: Yes Valid WASHINGTON State Driver's License: Yes Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes Selection Process: •All interested applicants must complete an application, Personal History Questionnaire (PHQ) and successfully pass the written and physical fitness tests administered by NTN. •Applicants must also submit an on-line Civil Service application and supplemental questionnaire through Snohomish County's NEOGOV site. Snohomish County Job Opportunities •Applicant must achieve a passing score of at least 70% on the video and reading sections of the written exam. Applicant must pass the report writing section and the physical fitness test. The Physical Fitness Test includes: a mile and a half run, a 300m sprint, push-ups and sit-ups (minimum 160 points needed for a passing score). •Qualified individuals will be invited to participate in an oral board interview to evaluate their experience, education and personal preparation for this position. A passing score of at least 70% is required on this portion of the testing process. •Veterans' scoring criteria will be granted in accordance with RCW 41.04. •Applicant's eligibility on the Civil Service eligibility list will be valid for one (1) year. •Candidates on the eligibility list will be certified to the Sheriff to begin the pre-employment portion of the process. •Candidates will receive an e-mail from Civil Service with their score and rank on the Civil Service eligibility list. Candidates must fill out the County application at agency.governmentjobs.com/snohomish/default.cfm. To sign up for pre-employment testing, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com and click on LAW ENFORCEMENT JOBS. (ad posted 04-08-15)

Lateral Deputy
Port Hadlock

Jeffeson County Sheriff's office Jefferson County Sheriff Office (JCSO) is currently recruiting for the position of Lateral Deputy Officer. Applicants are entered on to an establish eligibility list for current openings. Must be a graduate of a state or regional Basic Law Enforcement Academy or equivalent and have a minimum of one year full-time experience as a sworn, paid, municipal, county or state police officer within the past 24 months. Beautiful Jefferson County is located on the northern end of the Olympic Peninsula, west and across the Puget Sound from Seattle. Population is approx. 26,000 and the county is approx. 480 sq. miles. Historic Port Townsend is the county seat. Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is one of the oldest in the State of Washington. The department currently has approximately 60 employees, both commissioned and civilian. Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage for employees and their families through collective bargaining, Retirement through the State of Washington, Deferred plans are available. Vacation, Sick and holiday leave are determined through collective bargaining. For more information, go to the Jefferson County webpage: co.jefferson.wa.us and for the required testing for Eligibility List placement, visit PublicSafetyTesting.com (ad posted 04-10-15)

Police Officer
King Salmon, Alaska

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

Lateral Deputy Sheriff
Vancouver

Clark County Sheriff's Office clark.wa.gov/hr/employment/… Updated: May 15, 2015 Job Classification: Lateral Deputy Sheriff The Clark County Sheriff's Office is building an eligibility list for Lateral Deputy Sheriff. Testing for this position is conducted through National Testing Network (NTN)> Salary Information: $23.87 - $30.46 per hour (2012 wage scale pending new contract). Benefit Information: Clark County offers a comprehensive benefits package. • Medical/Dental/Vision Insurance • Paid Days Off • Deferred Compensation (457 Plan) • Employee Assistance Program • Flexible Spending • Retirement Options • Accidental Death & Dismemberment (AD&D) • Life Insurance • Supplemental Life Insurance • Long Term Disability Candidate Contact: Leslie Harrington Smith Chief Civil Service Examiner Leslie.Harrington-Smith@clark.wa.gov Department Overview: The Clark County Sheriff’s Office is a full service agency with challenging opportunities in law enforcement for officers of all experience levels. The department is dedicated to a community-oriented policing style. The ideal candidate must have strong skills and abilities in the areas of facilitation, creative problem solving, active listening, motivation, and leadership. The role of Deputy requires the ability to draw upon a broad base of resources and apply those resources to effective problem solving. Officers are expected to draw out citizens and business owners, enlisting their participation in shaping how law enforcement services are delivered to the community. If you have the skills and abilities required to meet the challenges of community policing, you are encouraged to apply. Job Requirements Vision: Distant visual acuity not less than 20/100 vision in each eye without correction and corrected to 20/20 in the better eye and 20/30 in the lesser eye. Necessary Certifications: • Candidates may have at least two (2) years of recent, related law enforcement in an enforcement role at a state, municipal or county agency within US. • Candidates must have successfully completed their field training officer program • Current and valid certification as a law enforcement officer through a United States, state certified law enforcement academy • Solid writing skills, basic report preparation using computer technology • At least twenty-one (21) years of age at the time of appointment • United States' Citizenship at the time of appointment; Ability to read and write the English language (required by RCW 41.14.00 • Valid driver's license at time of appointment • Ability to obtain certification through the Washington State Equivalency Academy prior to the completion of the twelve month probationary period • Have no prior felony convictions and/or recent or excessive drug usage history • Have the ability to perform the essential mental and physical demands and functions of the position • Knowledge of/experience with community-oriented policing; and knowledge of basic aims and principles of crime prevention • Any combination of work experience and education which clearly demonstrates the ability to perform the work of the class will be considered Schooling Prior and Post Hiring: Additional training is provided for specialty assignments. Promotions within the department are based on competitive civil service examinations. Officers who are placed as laterals may test for promotional opportunities after three years with Clark County Sheriff’s Office or comparable law enforcement officer experience with a government agency similar to the Clark County Sheriff’s Department. To apply and sign up for pre-employment testing, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com and click on LAW ENFORCEMENT JOBS. (ad posted 05-18-15)

EXPERIENCED POLICE OFFICER
Everett

City of Everett The City of Everett is seeking experienced law enforcement officers with a minimum of 24 months of the last thirty-six 36 months of full-time paid service as a sworn police officer in a civilian governmental jurisdiction with extensive patrol experience. For more details and application, visit our website: everettwa.gov/… Click here for more information (ad posted 04-06-15)

Entry Level and Lateral Police Officers
Longview

City of Longview Police Department Now hiring entry level and lateral police officers - 5+ vacancies. Entry Level & Lateral Police Officers – City of Longview, WA $4,944 - $6,519/month, plus a comprehensive predominately employer-paid benefits package Longview, Washington (pop. 36,000) is located in Southwest Washington along the scenic Columbia River Basin nestled between Portland, OR and Seattle, WA. Longview is a comfortable and affordable community with close proximity to larger city amenities as well as abundant outdoor recreational activities in the Cascade Mountains, Pacific beaches, and numerous rivers and lakes. Position information: This position provides first line duty in the protection of life and property of the citizens of the community including the enforcement of laws and ordinances, the preservation of the peace, apprehension of criminals, control of non-criminal conduct and the application of services to the community. Police protection is provided by the City 24 hours a day. Individual officers may be assigned to either an 8, 9 or 10 hour shifts, depending on shift assignment. Minimum qualifications: Selection is based upon civil service rules. Testing includes a written exam, physical agility test, and oral interview. Incumbents must be 21 years of age, a U.S. citizen, have completed an AA degree from an acceptable college or university or qualify for the education waiver (see criteria below), possess a valid driver's license, successfully complete the 720 hour basic training academy during the initial period of employment; possess a current State Department of L&I Basic First Aid Card or ability to obtain within 90 days, and be certified by the Washington State Toxicologist in operation of the breathalyzer or ability to obtain within 90 days. *Education waiver criteria: A waiver for an AA degree may be granted when an applicant has a high school diploma or equivalent; and meets at least one of the following criteria: 1. Completed at least one year (45 quarter hours or 30 semester units or equivalent) of college level course work from an acceptable college or university, or 2. A minimum of two years of military service, or 3. At least twelve months of law enforcement experience, or 4. At least twelve months of public sector criminal justice corrections work experience. Officers who are appointed based on the education waiver criteria (Civil Service Rules & Regulations Section 7.4) will be required to obtain an associate degree within a four-year study period after the first day of completion of his/her probationary period (first 18 months) with the Department. Application instructions/more information: To apply and for more detailed information about this career opportunity, visit the website, mylongview.com or publicsafetytesting.com ADA/EEO/WLAD/Drug-Free Workplace. (ad posted 03-25-15)

Lateral Deputy
Port Hadlock

Jeffeson County Sheriff's office Jefferson County Sheriff Office (JCSO) is currently recruiting for the position of Lateral Deputy Officer. Applicants are entered on to an establish eligibility list for current openings. Must be a graduate of a state or regional Basic Law Enforcement Academy or equivalent and have a minimum of one year full-time experience as a sworn, paid, municipal, county or state police officer within the past 24 months. Beautiful Jefferson County is located on the northern end of the Olympic Peninsula, west and across the Puget Sound from Seattle. Population is approx. 26,000 and the county is approx. 480 sq. miles. Historic Port Townsend is the county seat. Jefferson County Sheriff's Office is one of the oldest in the State of Washington. The department currently has approximately 60 employees, both commissioned and civilian. Medical, Dental, and Vision coverage for employees and their families through collective bargaining, Retirement through the State of Washington, Deferred plans are available. Vacation, Sick and holiday leave are determined through collective bargaining. For more information, go to the Jefferson County webpage: co.jefferson.wa.us and for the required testing for Eligibility List placement, visit PublicSafetyTesting.com (ad posted 04-10-15)

Lateral and Entery Level
Issaquah

Issaquah Police City of Issaquah POLICE OFFICER – ENTRY LEVEL AND LATERAL /continuous testing 2 current openings. Open until filled. 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 2 FULLY FUNDED 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, DARE, 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 Issaquahwa.gov or Govjobstoday.com or publicsafetytesting.com . If you have any questions contact Sgt. Rohrbach at 425-837-3224. (ad posted 05-28-15)

Reserve Police Officer
Black Diamond

Black Diamond Police Department The Black Diamond Police Department is accepting applications for the volunteer position of Reserve Police Officer. Applicants who successfully proceed through the selection process will be required to attend and complete an approved Reserve Police Training Academy. To learn more about the requirements and commitment for this position please contact Chief Jamey Kiblinger at 253-631-1012 or email at jkiblinger@ci.blackdiamond.wa.us. Application material is available on the City’s website ci.blackdiamond.wa.us. Just click on the “Police” homepage and then click “Employment”. (ad posted 06-23-15)

Lateral Police Officer
Bellingham

Bellingham Police Department This position performs fully responsible, professional duty police work in the protection of life and property through enforcement of laws and ordinances. Click here for more information (ad posted 06-23-15)

Lateral
Issaquah

City of Issaquah POLICE OFFICER - LATERAL /continuous testing 2 current openings. Open until filled. 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 2 FULLY FUNDED 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, DARE, 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 Issaquahwa.gov or Govjobstoday.com. If you have any questions contact Sgt. Rohrbach at 425-837-3224. (ad posted 05-29-15)

Patrol Deputy
Ritzville

Adams County Sheriff's Office The Adams County Sheriff's Office is currently accepting application for the position of Patrol Deputy. Entry level applicants can go to Publicsafetytesting.com to make arrangments for testing. Lateral applicants can visit or web site at adamscountysheriffwashington.org to down load an application. Click here for more information (ad posted 06-05-15)

Entry-level and Lateral Reserve Officer
Napavine

Napavine Police Department The City of Napavine is currently hiring for the position of Reserve Police Officer. Both entry-level and lateral applicants are encouraged to apply. Interested parties must be at least 21-years-old and pass each step in the hiring process. Successful applicants will undergo an initial application review, oral board interview, extensive background investigation, psychological and polygraph examinations and an interview with the Chief of Police. After hire, entry-level applicants must then complete a state-approved Reserve Officer academy. Napavine is located in Lewis County and is home to a community of roughly 2,000 residents. The city is located nearly equidistant between Seattle and Portland, OR. Currently the Police Department is comprised of a Chief of Police, full-time Officer, and Reserve Officers. Individuals interested in applying should contact Officer Nathan Jendrick at njendrick@cityofnapavine.com (ad posted 06-01-15)

Entry Level Police Officer
Everett

City of Everett The City of Everett is seeking a diverse group of individuals seeking a rewarding career in law enforcement. Visit our website for more details: everettwa.gov/… Click here for more information (ad posted 06-19-15)

Lateral Police Officer
Puyallup

City of Puyallup Apply online at cityofpuyallup.org (ad posted 06-19-15)

Reserve Police Officers
Lakewood

City of Lakewood Interested in an exciting opportunity in law enforcement? The City of Lakewood currently has openings for volunteer Reserve Police Officers. Reserve Police Officers provide a valuable service to the community, as well as lay the foundation for a future career as a paid Law Enforcement Officer. Click here for more information (ad posted 06-01-15)

Entry Level Deputy
Chehalis

Lewis County Sheriff's Office lewiscountywa.gov/… Updated: February 03, 2015 The Lewis County Sheriff's Office is currently hiring for Entry Level Deputy. The department will be building an on-going eligibility list. Salary Information: Base salary ranges from $4,292 (Step I) to $5,286 (Step VII), yearly step increases to year seven, education incentive, longevity, and specialty pay depending on assignment. A lateral candidate will be placed at a salary step commensurate with his/her qualifications and experience. Benefit Information: Employer contributes 95% toward medical, dental, vision plan premiums, VEBA account, paid vacation and sick time, eleven paid holidays, deferred comp available. Agency Information: The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) is a professional and progressive full-service law enforcement agency for the unincorporated region of Lewis County. The agency is organized into three Bureaus ...Operations, Corrections, and Services that are overseen by the Sheriff’s Administrative Staff. Relative to other Sheriff’s Offices in the state, LCSO is an average-sized agency of 110 employees comprised of Deputies, Corrections Officers, Support Staff and Administrative Staff. Numerous career opportunities exist, to include specialty positions within the Operations and Corrections Bureaus. Job Requirements Age: 21 US Citizen: Yes High School Grad/GED: Yes Valid WASHINGTON State Driver's License: Yes Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes Vision: 20/100 uncorrected and correctable to 20/20 in each eye. Academy Certification: You must successfully pass all testing and examinations which measure ability to perform essential job functions. These tests may include but are not limited to physical agility, oral, skill, polygraph, psychological, medical, and background investigation. Prior Experience: To apply and sign up for pre-employment testing, go to nationaltestingnetwork.com (ad posted 02-20-15)

Entry and Lateral Police Officer
Auburn

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

Lateral Police Officer
Kent

Kent Police Department Department Information The Kent Police Department is accredited by the Washington Association of Sheriffs & Police Chiefs (WASPC). The department staffing consists of 144 sworn officers, 49 full-time, and 2 part-time civilian personnel as well as an active volunteer program. KPD offers a wide variety of opportunities for promotion/advancement within the agency. Specialty assignments include: VSRT (SWAT), VCDU (Riot team), K9, Detectives, Special Investigations Unit, Special Operations Unit (bikes and boat), Neighborhood Response Team, Traffic, Negotiator, and FTO. We also maintain a technically and tactically proficient training cadre for our EVOC, Defensive Tactics, and Firearms programs. We average about 90,000 dispatched calls and 17,000 case reports per year. The Kent Police Department takes pride in serving the citizens of Kent with professionalism and excellence. Our Officers believe in their mission statement to aggressively fight crime, impartially protect rights, and identify and solve problems. Compensation Lateral officers receive a starting pay of $5,214 - $6,731 depending on experience. Front-loading of vacation time and sick leave is negotiable. Many of our specialty assignments receive a premium pay of an additional 3.5%. Those specialties include: Detectives, SIU, SOU, Traffic, K9, VSRT, Negotiators, Recruiters, and Administrative Sergeant. FTO’s and officers assigned full time to the Criminal Justice Training Center receive a premium pay of an additional 6%. • Additional benefits include: • 1% incentive Pay for maintaining our WASPC accreditation. • 1% Education Incentive for those with an AA, and 3% for those with a BA • Medical, Vision, and Dental Coverage • Deferred Compensation • Life Insurance • Long-term Disability Coverage • LEOFF 2 Retirement • Paid Holidays, Sick Leave, and Vacation time • Compensatory time bank • Wellness Program • Education Reimbursement • Stand by pay The department covers all uniform and equipment items as well as training costs. We work a seniority based 4/10 schedule with six week rotations for weekdays/weekends off. Message from the Chief Our mission is to: Aggressively Fight Crime, Impartially Protect Rights and Identify and Solve Problems. I am proud to be the Chief of this high-performing organization that is one of the most respected and effective police departments in the region. The cornerstone of our department is utilizing Intelligence Led Policing by actively going after high-impact offenders and deploying our officers to hot spot areas in our city. We believe that providing our officers with the best available equipment and world class training we can do an effective job at keeping our community safe. In addition, our department is known for maintaining a family environment where we help to ensure a positive work environment. If you are a high quality and motivated officer looking for a great opportunity, we are looking for lateral applicants to fill the rolls of our growing department -Chief Ken Thomas (ad posted 03-25-15)

Lateral (Experienced) Police Officer
Lake Stevens

Lake Stevens Police Department The Lake Stevens Civil Service Commission is accepting applications to establish an eligibility list for experienced or lateral transfer Police Officers with the City of Lake Stevens Police Department. There is currently one position open. Salary Range: $5,000 - $6,263/month; DOQ plus excellent health insurance and retirement benefits! Application packet available at Lake Stevens City Hall, 1812 Main Street, Lake Stevens, or ci.lake-stevens.wa.us/… (425) 377-3227. Click here for more information (ad posted 05-28-15)

Miscellaneous

 
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Chief Investigator, Health Professions (WMS Band 3) - (DOH2805)
Tumwater

Washington State Department of Health Washington State Department of Health Chief Investigator, Health Professions (WMS Band 3) Division of Health Systems Quality Assurance – Office of Investigation and Inspection DOH2805 Does the following energize you? • Positively engaging employees and improving business practices. • Scanning the environment for trends and emerging issues in the agency regulatory environment and making necessary adjustments. • Applying critical thinking and collaboration to solve complex problems. • Energizing others to generate support for changes that promote and enhance patient safety and access to health care. Then this opportunity is for you! The Washington State Department of Health, Division of Health Systems Quality Assurance, Office of Investigation and Inspection is searching for an innovative and collaborative leader to fill the position of Chief Investigator. This position is located in Tumwater, Washington. (Recruitment # DOH2805) Reporting to the Director of the Office of Investigation and Inspection (OII), the Chief Investigator manages the Health Professions section of OII. This position is responsible for leading a team of approximately 40 staff members that investigate alleged violations of law and rule by licensees. S/he uses independent judgment, technical knowledge, and leadership to protect the health and safety of the public. This opportunity is OPEN UNTIL FILLED. Applicant review begins July 1, 2015. The hiring authority reserves the right to make a hiring decision at any time. To obtain a copy of the position announcement that includes the “Application Process”, visit tinyurl.com/…, or contact Cher.Williams@doh.wa.gov, (360) 236-4545. The DOH is an EOE. (ad posted 06-23-15)

Director of Legal Services (Attorney) - WMS Band 2 (DOH2697)
Tumwater

Washington State Department of Health The Washington State Department of Health, Medical Quality Assurance Commission is searching for an innovative and collaborative legal professional with leadership competencies to fill the position of Director of Legal Services (Attorney). The Medical Quality Assurance Commission (MQAC) regulates physicians and physician assistants. Reporting to the MQAC Executive Director, the Director of Legal Services: Manages a professional staff twelve (12), monitoring workload to ensure the work is of high quality and is completed on a timely basis. Works closely with the Executive Director of the Commission and other senior managers to develop a long-range strategic plan for the direction of the Commission. Assists in developing, implementing and tracking key performance measures for the Legal Unit to ensure the Commission meets specific goals, improves performance, and enhances patient safety in our state. Tracks and prioritizes legal unit workload to ensure statutory timelines are met. Monitors and reports on the status of the legal unit’s aged and backlogged cases, identifying solutions to address backlog and workload issues. Develops training plans for the Legal Unit’s support staff to ensure they are proficient in their job duties. Coordinates Commission Legal Unit efforts with their HSQA equivalent, the Director of the Office of Legal Services, to ensure good communication and a coordinated approach to protecting the public health. Works closely with the Attorney General’s Office to coordinate legal work for the Commission. This position works with the lead prosecutor to ensure that disciplinary cases are legally sufficient for prosecution and that they are processed in a timely fashion. Personally serves on the Legal Exchange Committee, made up of the lead staff attorneys for the Office of Legal Services, the Attorney General’s Office and the Office of Investigation and Inspection. This group discusses high-level legal issues that impact the Department. Manages the identification and selection of expert witnesses and ensures cases requiring expert witnesses are meeting case timelines. Serves as a contact for all inquiries from the media regarding Commission disciplinary cases and consults with executive management on coordinated response. Shares information with staff and fosters a culture of open communication. We are looking for candidates who are excited about: Optimizing the use of paralegal staff. Investing in staff development to engage employees and improve business practices. Using lean principles to improve the quality and timeliness of our data products and services. Modernizing laws, regulations and policies to align with changes in technology, best practice and customer expectations. To learn more about the position and to view the complete position description, visit doh.wa.gov/Portals/1/Documents/9400/…. APPLY ONLINE AT: agency.governmentjobs.com/washington/… (ad posted 06-24-15)

Corrections

 
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Entry-level Corrections
Colville

Stevens County Testing for Entry-level Corrections Stevens County Sheriff’s Office - Entry-level Corrections Deputy Civil Service Testing will take place mid-August, 2015 to establish two eligibility lists for possible hire; MALE Corrections Deputy and FEMALE Corrections Deputy. Visit the Stevens County webpage at co.stevens.wa.us (under the employment listing) for testing details and upcoming deadlines. No experience is necessary and employer paid training is provided once hired, but all applicants must pass the physical ability test in order to take the written exam and you should carefully consider the standards of excellence and integrity (as outlined in the application) before deciding to proceed. If you have any questions about the Civil Service hiring process, or need copies of any of the documents listed, please contact Stevens County Civil Service staff at 509-684-3751, or email commissioners@co.stevens.wa.us Stevens County is an equal opportunity employer and a drug-free workplace. (ad posted 06-15-15)

Corrections Officer
Chehalis

Lewis County Sheriff's Office Lewis County Sheriff's Office lewiscountywa.gov/… The Lewis County Sheriff's Office is currently hiring for Entry Level Corrections. The department will be building an on-going eligibility list. Salary Information: Base salary ranges from $3,419 (Step I) to $4,218 (Step VII), yearly step increases to year seven, education incentive, longevity, and specialty pay depending on assignment. A lateral candidate will be placed at a salary step commensurate with his/her qualifications and experience. Benefit Information: Employer contributes 95% toward medical, dental, vision plan premiums, paid vacation and sick time, eleven paid holidays, deferred comp available. Agency Information: The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office (LCSO) is a professional and progressive full-service law enforcement agency for the unincorporated region of Lewis County. The agency is organized into three Bureaus ...Operations, Corrections, and Services that are overseen by the Sheriff’s Administrative Staff. Relative to other Sheriff’s Offices in the state, LCSO is an average-sized agency of 110 employees comprised of Deputies, Corrections Officers, Support Staff and Administrative Staff. Numerous career opportunities exist, to include specialty positions within the Operations and Corrections Bureaus. Job Requirements Age: 21 US Citizen: Yes High School Grad/GED: Yes Valid WASHINGTON State Driver's License: Yes Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes Vision: 20/100 uncorrected and correctable to 20/20 in each eye. Academy Certification: You must successfully pass all testing and examinations which measure ability to perform essential job functions. These tests may include but are not limited to physical agility, oral, skill, polygraph, psychological, medical, and background investigation. Prior Experience: To apply and sign up for pre-employment testing, go tonationaltestingnetwork.com (ad posted 06-14-15)

Corrections Officer
Yakima

Yakima County Department of Corrections Yakima County Department of Corrections is actively recruiting for Entry Level Corrections Officers Click here for more information (ad posted 06-26-15)

Corrections Deputy, Entry Level
Montesano

Grays Harbor County Sheriffs Office Entry Level. Salary range: $3,973 to $4,482 per month, plus benefits. Two openings, possibly four. For instructions see Notice of Exam, Job Description, and Civil Service Application at co.grays-harbor.wa.us under Job Announcements, Civil Service. Closing date July 24, 2015. Click here for more information (ad posted 06-29-15)  

LATERAL & ENTRY LEVEL CORRECTIONS OFFICER
Asotin

ASOTIN COUNTY SHERIFF'S DEPT Asotin County Civil Service will be testing to establish eligibility lists for lateral Corrections Officer and entry level Corrections Officer. Salary for lateral $17.72 p/h +benefits (depending on experience salary could be higher). Salary for entry level $16.53 p/h +benefits. There is an immediate opening. Contact Eleanor Sheldon, Civil Service Chief Examiner for applications. Phone 509-758-8039 Applications close July 8, 2015 @ 5 p.m. Testing July 11, 2015. $15 adm. fee (ad posted 06-16-15)

Juvenile Detention Officer
Seattle

King County Dept. of Adult and Juvenile Detention About the position: Juvenile Detention Officers (JDOs) are assigned to the Juvenile Detention Facility. Juvenile Detention operates on a 24-hour 7-days per week basis. Incumbents work in a secure juvenile detention facility with male and female offenders under 18 years of age. JDOs interact directly with juveniles with the focus on managing behavior by the least restrictive means, utilizing coaching and conflict resolution skills to promote pro-social behavior. The juvenile population includes those who may be violent, have mental health issues or may exhibit challenging behaviors. JDOs are responsible for creating and maintaining a safe, secure environment for juveniles and ensuring that their care and programming needs are met. How to apply: Completion of a King County employment application and DAJD supplemental questionnaire is required. Resumes or letter of interest alone will not substitute for full application. Online applications are preferred. To apply, go to: kingcounty.gov/…. Questions about the selection process may be directed to Officer Whidby, DAJD Human Resource Associate, at 206-477-2360 or Steven.Whidby@kingcounty.gov. Questions regarding this position may be directed to Jameelah Cage, Training Coordinator, at 206-205-9679 or Jameelah.Cage@kingcounty.gov. More information about this job and the department can be found on the DAJD website at kingcounty.gov/…. Minimum qualifications: ? Bachelors' degree in; Criminal Justice, Law and Justice or related area of study, or Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, or related social science area of study; or, ? Bachelors' degree in any field of study and at least one year demonstrated experience working or volunteering with at-risk youth; or ? Associate's degree and two years demonstrated experience working or volunteering with at-risk youth; or ? 5 years of experience working in a Juvenile Detention Facility with comparable job responsibilities and successful completion of the Washington State Training Commission's Juvenile Corrections Officer Academy or equivalent. Must possess a valid Washington State Driver's license by time of employment. Most competitive: Bachelors’ degree in; Criminal Justice, Law and Justice or related area of study, or Psychology, Sociology, Social Work, or related social science area of study and one (1) year of full time experience working with at-risk youth or juveniles in a correctional or security oriented environment. Demonstrated/related work experience must be detailed in the job application. Examples of work with at-risk youth may include, but is not limited to: ? Probation or Community Corrections, ? Mentoring programs, ? Coaching or teaching, ? Recreation or after school programs, or ? Any programs where the mission is for progressive transformation and focus is on youth with behavior problems. Selection process: Incumbents selected for this position must submit all required forms and materials, and successfully complete each of the following: ? King County application for employment. Once the applications are screen, incumbents will be contacted by DAJD to precede the NTN testing phase. ? Written examination conducted by National Testing Network. ? Physical Ability Test conducted by National Testing Network (Please see testing requirements below). ? Successful incumbents will be contacted by DAJD to proceed to the department’s background investigation process. The DAJD background investigation process is a thorough and extensive process which includes, but is not limited to: completion of finger-prints, extensive Background Investigation Questionnaire to include personal reference check, employment references check, criminal background check, polygraph examination, psychological testing/evaluation, interview and physical examination (pre-employment physical). (ad posted 06-23-15)

Assistant Director, Adult Reentry - FT
Yakima

Pioneer Human Services GENERAL SUMMARY The primary functions of an Assistant Director are to assist the Director in the development and The Assistant Director of Reentry at Pioneer Human Services (PHS) is responsible for the operational management and supervision of a residential program within Pioneer Human Services. The Assistant Director meets or exceeds the expectations of the contracting agency, such as the Federal Bureau of Prisons, the WA State Dept. of Corrections or the Office of Refugee Resettlement, by delivering high quality--high impact services and by ensuring that the program operates in accordance with applicable law, regulations, contract requirements, PHS policy, and professional standards of quality. The Assistant Director is responsible for the operational management of an organized, coordinated and customer driven re-entry program. MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS -Education: Associate of Arts degree in appropriate field. -Experience: One to three years of acceptable supervisory and management experience in the reentry and/or human services fields preferred. -Computer proficiency in the use of Microsoft Word, Excel, PowerPoint, and Outlook. -Must pass a pre-employment drug screen and clear a criminal history and background check. -Must have an acceptable driving record and valid Washington State Driver's License or the ability to travel to other Pioneer locations as necessary. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS -Education: BA/BS degree preferred in human or social services or related field. -Experience: Three to five years of acceptable supervisory and management experience in the reentry and/or human services fields preferred with specific experience in human services program operations--including adult and juvenile residential reentry services. -Other Considerations: Experience facilitating cognitive behavioral programming, proficiency in Motivational Interviewing and understanding of correctional, criminal justice and immigration systems preferred. TO SEE FULL JOD DESCRIPTION & APPLY FOR THIS POSITION Please follow the these steps: -- Go to pioneerhumanservices.org/about/careers/ -- Enter 261218 in the 'Find Job by ID' field -- Click GO (ad posted 06-02-15)

Corrections Officer
Seattle

King County Dept. of Adult and Juvenile Detention About the position: The King County DAJD correctional facilities operate 24-hour per day, 7-days per week. Corrections Officers work assigned shifts, including days, swing, graveyard, holidays, weekends and mandatory overtime. This position requires direct contact with inmates. The inmate population includes potentially volatile and combative individuals with emotional, mental health, and alcohol/substance abuse problems. Incumbents are responsible for booking, releasing, inmate management and supervision, and security work within DAJD jail facilities and the Work Release Unit. Typically, duties are performed within adult detention facilities. However, this position may require escorting and guarding inmates in court and medical facilities. These lockdown/secured environments require the ability to navigate ramps, stairs, opening and closing heavy doors, and working in narrow hallways. Corrections Officers are expected to maintain regular attendance, use their intellect, effective communication skills, physical strength and endurance, maintain a professional demeanor and appearance, actively participate in tactical use of force training, follow very detailed policies, procedures and Code of Conduct, and utilize the appropriate level of force when necessary. How to apply: Completion of a King County employment application and DAJD supplemental questionnaire is required. Resumes or letter of interest alone will not substitute for full application. Online applications are preferred. To apply, go to: kingcounty.gov/…. Questions regarding this position and the selection process may be directed to Officer Whidby, DAJD Human Resource Associate, at 206-477-2360 or Steven.Whidby@kingcounty.gov. Minimum qualifications for entry level: Twenty-one years of age and have a high school diploma or GED. Must possess a valid Washington State Driver’s License by the time of employment. Most competitive: Incumbents will possess corrections and/or criminal justice experience. Selection process: Incumbents selected for this position must submit all required forms and materials, and successfully complete each of the following: ? King County application for employment. Once the applications are screen, incumbents will be contacted by DAJD to precede the NTN testing phase. ? Written examination conducted by National Testing Network. ? Physical Ability Test conducted by National Testing Network (Please see testing requirements below). ? Successful incumbents will be contacted by DAJD to proceed to the department’s background investigation process. The DAJD background investigation process is a thorough and extensive process which includes, but is not limited to: completion of an extensive Background Investigation Questionnaire, employment references check, criminal background check, polygraph examination, psychological testing/evaluation, finger printing, interview and physical examination (pre-employment physical). (ad posted 06-23-15)

Corrections Officer
Des Moines

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

Administrative

 
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Police Specialist II
Pacific

City of Pacific The City of Pacific Civil Service Commission will be conducting an examination to fill a vacancy for Police Specialist II. This is a full time office/clerical position. Minimum Requirements: At least one year experience in a law enforcement office; at least 21 years of age; at least two years of college and/or business school; valid Washington Driver's License; proficiency in computer software programs in a Windows environment. Salary: $3,544 - $4,109 per month plus benefits. Closing date: July 8, 2015, 4:00 p.m. Applications available at Pacific City Hall, 100 3rd Ave. SE, Pacific, WA 98047 Monday through Friday 9:00 am to 4:30 pm or on-line at pacificwa.gov or you may request an application by sending an email to Gail Bennett, Civil Service Secretary at gbennett@ci.pacific.wa.us or by calling (253)929-1125 to request an application by mail. (ad posted 06-18-15)

911

 
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EMERGENCY TELECOMMUNICATOR TRAINEE
Port Orchard

Kitsap County The incumbent learns to perform telecommunications work at Kitsap County Department of Central Communications (CENCOM) facility in the reception and transmission of E9-1-1 (Enhanced 911 system) telephone and radio emergency medical, fire and law enforcement service calls, and complaints, and inquiries from the public. Training time is spent both in the classroom and on the dispatch floor. Salary: $20.44 - $24.84 hr For more information and to apply, please visit our website at kitsapgov.com/… (ad posted 06-02-15