Job Opportunities

The Missouri Police Chiefs Association provides local and state law enforcement agencies to advertise employment opportunities for police chiefs, supervisory positions, law enforcement officers, communication officers, and other positions within their organization.  Information on the position and access to employment applications can be e-mailed to cbuschjost@mopca.com.

CURRENT JOB OPPORTUNITIES

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SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER – ROLLA, MO

POST CERTIFIED – SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT                                          Announce Date:   8/3/22

               POST CERTIFIED POLICE OFFICER – SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER

                                                                         ROLLA POLICE DEPARTMENT

GRADE CLASSIFICATION:         Grade P4, Full-time, Non-exempt

    Starting Salary Range:  $42,790 to $45,397 estimated annually (includes holiday pay)

                    Candidate is an employee of the City, not of the Rolla Public School District.

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS:      

Family health and dental insurance plan; life insurance; Custom Benefit Plan; eleven (11) paid holidays and one (1) personal holiday; two (2) weeks of vacation and twelve (12) sick days a year.

DESCRIPTION OF BASIC DUTIES:        

The School Resource Officer (SRO) provides a highly visible presence in the Rolla Public Schools (RPS) to deter crime, identify trespassers on campus, help with safety issues including crowd and traffic control, create safe and drug free schools, promote healthy youth development, and be a liaison for the students, faculty, community, and law enforcement. SRO will foster educational programs/activities for students and faculty, attend extracurricular activities held at the schools, handle the primary responsibility of responding to calls for service and investigating crimes on RPS campuses, provide assistance to other officers/agencies in their investigations which involve students (on or off campus), act swiftly when responding to disruptions or criminal offenses on school grounds, provide direct intervention and resources to help youth who are experiencing traumatic or criminal situations, etc.  When school is not in session (i.e. holidays, summer vacation, midyear breaks, etc.), the SRO will report to his/her supervisor for further assignment and may be required to perform routine duties required of a regular police officer.  

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:

High school diploma or equivalent General Education Development Certificate (GED).  Must be POST certified as a law enforcement officer in the state of Missouri by date of hire. 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Employee is frequently required to sit, walk, talk and hear; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls.  Specific vision abilities required include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.  Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.  Must be able to operate an emergency vehicle in a safe and defensive manner.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be a US citizen at least 21 years of age and possess a valid Missouri Driver’s License at time of appointment.
  • Must successfully pass the following: Peer Board interview, Police Personnel Board interview, Chief’s interview, psychological test, polygraph, background investigation, physical fitness test, physical & drug screen, and weapons qualification.
  • Traits to be considered in the selection include the candidate’s willingness and ability to work with youth; the level of maturity, patience, industry, courtesy, tact, flexibility, approachability; and the candidate’s verbal and written communication skills. A successful SRO must be a good role model for the youth of our community.

                             APPLY ROLLA POLICE DEPARTMENT, 1007 N. ELM ST., ROLLA, MO 65401

                                           NO LATER THAN AUGUST 21, 2022RESUME REQUESTED.

  AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER – FEMALES AND MINORITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

                                             EMPLOYER COMPLIES WITH ALL A.D.A. REQUIREMENTS

E-Mailable Job Application at:  www.rollacity

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POLICE OFFICER – CANTON, MO

POLICE OFFICER

The City of Canton, Missouri is currently accepting applications for a full-time Police Officer.

Applicants must be 21 years of age, and possess a current A or B Missouri Peace Officer license and valid driver’s license. Applicants will need to pass a background investigation and drug screening upon hire.

Applications can be picked up from the Canton Police Department. Benefit package includes fully-paid health insurance for officer, Missouri LAGERS retirement plan, $.25 per hour raise after 6 month probation period, paid vacation, sick time and leave time after one year. On-call time is also paid along with an annual uniform allowance.

Starting salary for non-experienced applicants is $20.14 per hour, and all other applicants will be determined on experience. Applicants having graduated from the academy in the last year may be eligible for tuition reimbursement; upon contract signing.

Applications can be obtained at our office, via facsimile or via email request from: jbrewer.cpd@gmail.com. Officers with experience please attach resume and cover letter. Position open until filled.

The Canton Police Department reserves the right to accept or reject any applications. The City of Canton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Chief Justin Allen 108 N. 5th  Street P O Box 231

Canton, Missouri Phone: 573-288-4412

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POLICE CHIEF- VILLAGE of OAK PARK, IL

POLICE CHIEF

Village of Oak Park, Illinois (Pop. 54, 583) is seeking an experienced, collaborative leader for the position of Police Chief. The Village desires candidates who can engage with an active and involved community and who are excited by the opportunity to lead and innovate on issues of public safety. Candidates should demonstrate a commitment to 21st Century Policing, a vision of equity and inclusion – within the Police Department and beyond – and the ability to cultivate a positive work climate that is reflective of the Village’s Core Values. Oak Park is a community of choice – diverse, socially progressive, and nationally recognized for architecturally significant historic neighborhoods and thriving business areas. Located just nine miles west of downtown Chicago and bordered by Chicago to the east and north, the Village offers a distinct urban/suburban lifestyle for the many who live, work, and play there.

The Police Chief reports directly to and provides complex administrative support to the Village Manager who reports to the Village Board in a Council-Manager form of municipal government. The position oversees all the activities and operations of the Police Department including field operations, criminal investigations, management services and records management, while coordinating activities with other Village departments and outside agencies. In addition, the Police Chief is responsible for providing oversight and control of all law enforcement functions in the Village using broad interpretative judgment within prescribed standards and procedures.

The Police Chief oversees 147 employees, 80% of whom are sworn staff and manages an approximately $27 Million operating budget. Patrol Officers, Sergeants and CSO’s are represented by the Fraternal Order of Police, and Civilian employees are represented by the Service Employees International Union. Additionally, the Police contract expired in 2020 and a new contract has not yet been finalized.

Please note the following about this exciting opportunity:

  • Oak Park is committed to an environment that reflects 21st Century Policing practices, with an emphasis on police oversight, community policing, crime prevention, training, and education. Achieving these goals require a leader who is not only skilled at managing change, but also embraces it – and the tension it creates – as critical and necessary.
  • The new Police Chief will be expected to use information from recent surveys to ensure department and community concerns related to alternative response and building community relationships are addressed. Actively cooperating with the Police Oversight Committee as a way of reinforcing transparency will also be important.

Minimum Qualifications: 

  • Seven (7) years of broad and extensive law enforcement experience including three (3) years of administrative and supervisory experience
  • Possession of a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in police science, criminal justice, public administration, or a related field.
  • License or Certificate: Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid driver license from the State of Illinois, FEMA Certifications as appropriate and Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board Police Officer Certification or the ability to obtain certification within 6 months.

Preferred Qualifications: 

  • Master’s degree in police science, public administration or a related field is highly desirable. Vaccination against COVID-19 is strongly preferred.

The annual salary range for the Police Chief is $130,000-$190,000. Placement within the approved salary range will be dependent upon career experience and qualifications. First review of applicants will occur on August 29, 2022.

To apply, candidates must submit a comprehensive resume, cover letter and contact information for 5 professional references to www.GovHRjobs.com. Candidates may contact the recruiters, Joe De Lopez, Vice-President, GovHR USA at (847) 380-3240, EXT 115, or Rodney Crain, Vice President, GovHR USA at (847) 380-3240, EXT 112.

The Village of Oak Park is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to a diverse workforce and strongly encourages applications from candidates of color.

Click Here to Apply!

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POLICE OFFICER – SHREWSBURY, MO

POLICE OFFICER

BENEFITS:

  • STARTING SALARY – $57,778
  • 7-year pay scale with top out of $77,428
  • City paid health insurance, and low-cost dental & eye insurance
  • LAGERS Pension
  • 2 weeks paid vacation each year; 2 personal days each year; 9 paid holidays each year

 

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Certification as a police officer of a Missouri First Class County (Class A P.O.S.T. License), or currently enrolled in an Academy program that awards such a certification
  • High School graduate or possess a G.E.D.
  • Must be a U.S. citizen
  • No felony or serious misdemeanor convictions
  • Possess a valid driver’s license
  • Excellent physical and mental condition
  • Must be 21 years of age on or before the date of appointment
  • Ability to work 12-hour rotating shifts

TO APPLY: 

Employment application packets are available on the City’s website (www.cityofshrewsbury.com) under “Employment”, or paper application can be picked up at the Shrewsbury Police Department, 4400 Shrewsbury Avenue, Shrewsbury, MO 63119, Monday through Friday, 9:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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POLICE OFFICER – COLE CAMP, MO

POLICE OFFICER

Cole Camp Police Dept. Is currently accepting application for police officer for Immediate employment.

EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

High School graduate or Equivalent (GED).

Certification as a police officer of Missouri class A or B Post License current and in good standing.

Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license with a good driving record. Successful completion of pre-employment background check.

Must be a Citizen of the United States and Missouri resident at time of appointment . No Felony or Serious misdemeanor convictions.

Applicants must be at least 2.1 years of age to apply.

BENEFITS:

Starting salary $16.00 Hour.

Health, Dental and life insurance paid. Paid holiday, sick leave, and vacati on. UNIFORMS AND EQUIMENT:

The Department furnishes uniforms, gun, radio.

APPLICATION ARE AVAILABLE AT COLE CAMP CITY HALL, CITY CLERK’S OFFICE. 401 WEST MAIN STREET, COLE CAMP, MO. PHONE 660 668 4444 OR BY E-M AIL

AT colecampclerk@gmail.com

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POLICE OFFICER/CADET  – BLUE SPRINGS, MO

POLICE OFFICER/CADET

Applications for the City of Blue Springs Police Department positions are handled by the City Human Resources Office. For current job openings, please visit the city’s Online Employment Recruitment System.

Salary/Benefits:

Starting pay is $45,000.00 annually, with Lagers L-6 retirement and health insurance options.

JOB SUMMARY:

Performs police work in enforcing laws and ordinances. Activities include preventing, detecting, and investigating crimes and apprehending suspects. Responds to calls from the public involving personal injury and provides assistance to citizens requesting service and/or information. Performs educational, victim-witness support, and problem-solving efforts.

GENERAL QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Education and Special License(s)/Certifications – Must be 21 years of age or older at the time of employment. High school diploma or equivalent. Certified as a Peace Officer in a First-Class County in Missouri or able to be certified. Requires valid driver’s license.
  • Experience –
  • Skills – Skill in operating applicable tools and equipment, including personal computers and general office equipment. Knowledge of police principles, practices, methods, techniques, and equipment. Knowledge of the principles and practices of leadership, training, and supervision. Knowledge of related laws, rules, and regulations. Knowledge of city and surrounding area streets and physical layout.
  • Mental Requirments / Competencies– Ability to communicate effectively with the general public; Ability to speak and write the English language; ability to analyze situations and adapt quick, effective, reasonable, and lawful courses of action with due regard to officer and public safety and assist citizens with various service requests; knowledge of all areas of criminal investigation and techniques; knowledge of department goals; knowledge of local, state, and federal charter, ordinances, laws, regulations, and court cases pertaining to public safety and police patrol.
  • Physical Requirements– The Police Officer’s physical job demands require occasional maximum lift of 130 lbs. knuckle to knuckle ht.; occasional maximum lift of 100 lbs. floor to waist; occasional maximum unilateral lift 22 lbs. floor to shoulder, usually sustained hold of at least 15 seconds; occasional maximum carry of 124 lbs. tactical gear; occasional maximum carry of 100 lbs. 10 ft; occasional maximum carry of 75 lbs. 50ft; occasional maximum horizontal push/pull force of 125 lbs.; frequent maximum horizontal push/pull force of 50 lbs.; occasional grip force of 60 lbs.; frequent maximum grip force of 25 lbs.; occasional maximum pinch force of 6 lbs.; frequent climb; frequent bend/crouch; occasional kneel/crouch; frequent trunk rotation; frequent forward reach; frequent hand coordination; frequent foot coordination; frequent sit; occasional running may be required, frequent stand and frequent walk. See Job Analysis. PDC Level: Very Heavy based on push/pull force.
  • Additional Comments: – Adverse working conditions exist within this position. Exposure to human blood, body fluids, heavy machinery, excessive noise, hazardous chemicals, explosives, and all types of weather conditions is expected. This position contains an element of risk to personal safety.

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POLICE OFFICERS  – WENTZVILLE, MO

POLICE OFFICERS

Police Job Flyer

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POLICE OFFICERS  – BALLWIN, MO

POLICE OFFICERS

The Ballwin Police Department is conducting a hiring process for Police Officers. Qualified applicants will be contacted and scheduled for standardized Personnel Evaluation Profile (PEP) testing in the near future.

Benefits:

  • STARTING SALARY – $58,168 TO $67,433 dependent on prior years of service and qualifications.
  • Health, dental and life insurance
  • LAGERS (L12) Pension
  • Paid Leave Two weeks of vacation each year, accrue 8 hours of sick leave each month, and two personal days off each year. In addition, the City observes ten paid holidays each year.
  • Tuition reimbursement

EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Certification as a police officer of a Missouri First Class County (Class A Post License)
  • Possess a Missouri Driver’s License at time of appointment
  • High school graduate or possess a G.E.D.
  • Must be a Citizen of the United States and a Missouri resident at time of appointment.
  • Applicants must be at least 21 years of age to apply.
  • Individuals who have interviewed with the Ballwin Police Department in the last 12 months are not eligible to participate.

Apply on-line at: www.ballwin.mo.us

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POLICE OFFICERS   –  CLEVER, MO

POLICE OFFFICERS

The City of Clever Police Department – Accepting Applications and Resumes

  • Starting salary varies upon training, experience, and education.
  • Life & Health Insurance Offered
  • Retirement Through Missouri Lagers Retirement System
  • Take-Home Patrol Vehicle – Discounted Gym Membership
  • Ability and Assistance with Carving Your Own Career Path

To access the application, please visit https://www.clevermo.com/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/JOB-APPLICATION-1.pdf, or contact the City of Clever Police Department Clerk at 417-743-5109.

This position is responsible for the enforcement of local, state and federal laws.

MAJOR DUTIES

  • Patrols the city to detect and deter crime.
  • Responds to calls for service.
  • Prepares required reports.
  • Investigates automobile accidents; prepares accident reports.
  • Secures crime scenes and collects evidence.
  • Obtains and serves search and criminal warrants; apprehends and arrests suspects.
  • Transports prisoners to court and other locations.
  • Interviews complainants, witnesses, victims, suspects and informants.
  • Attends required training sessions; maintains state certification through internal and external training events.
  • Maintains assigned vehicles and equipment.
  • Interacts with other municipal, state, and federal law enforcement agencies.
  • Ability to provide credible testimony in municipal, state and federal court.
  • Performs related duties.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • High School Graduate or High School Equivalent (GED).
  • Ability to read, write and perform mathematical calculations at a level commonly associated with the completion of high school or equivalent.
  • No experience requirements.
  • Possession of or ability to readily obtain a valid driver’s license issued by the State of Missouri for the type of vehicle or equipment operated.
  • Current Missouri POST Certification
  • Must be able to achieve and maintain a level of physical fitness that allows Officers to safely and competently perform the essential functions of the job.

HIRING PROCESS

  • If you are selected to participate, you will be contacted by phone to schedule a date and time. This may vary depending on departmental needs and priorities but is usually within one week after the announcement deadline date.
  • The steps in the employment process are as follows: Physical Assessment, Written Examination, Background Investigation, Oral Interview Board, and Offer of Employment.

(Post Date: July 14, 2022) (Post expires: August 31, 2022)

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CAREER OPPORTUNITITY   – Moscow Mills, MO

CAREER OPPORTUNITY

The Moscow Mills Police Department is seeking highly motivated and dependable individuals willing to provide a professional level of police services to our community.

Testing & Selection

The testing procedures may include one or more of the following; evaluation of experience and training, oral interview, written examinations, performance examinations, physical ability testing, physical examination, drug testing, and a background investigation.

Minimum Qualifications

  • Education: High School diploma or equivalency (GED) / MO POST Certified by
  • Age Limit: Must be 21 years of age by date of
  • Valid Driver’s License: Must possess a valid driver’s
  • Citizenship: Must be a United States

Annual Salary & Benefits

Starting Salary plus Holiday pay: $52,118.72 for licensed Missouri police officer applicants. Retirement: LAGERS

Insurance: First Class Health Insurance Paid Vacation

Paid Sick Leave

Holiday Pay: Each officer receives pay for 11 holidays each year.

Personal Leave: After employees have completed their probationary period, an employee may accrue up to 4 additional days of personal time per fiscal year with pay for personal business.

Uniforms and Equipment:

The Department furnishes all necessary uniforms and equipment.

Applications can be found on the city website: moscowmillsmo.com/employment-opportunities/ Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.

(The city of Moscow Mills is an equal opportunity employer)

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SRO (School Resource Officer)   – CROCKER, MO

SRO

Job details

Job Type: Full-time

Starting Pay: $38,000 plus Benefits.   11 month contract ( must be P.O.S T. Certified)

Interested candidates can contact Kayla Counts at 573.736.5000 ext. 9

Application can be found at www. crockerschools.org

Full Job Description

Description Summary

The School Resource Officer supports and facilitates the educational process within the assigned School District by providing a safe and secure environment through building and establishing meaningful relationships  with  students  and  staff  and proactively interacting with the school community  to  ensure  the  enforcement  of  city  and  state  laws.  preservation  of  public  order. protection of life and the prevention, detection, or investigation of crime. The School Resource Officer will work effectively with students, parents, school personnel and community agencies to support teaching and learning in the schools.

Expectation of Job Duties

  • Patrol district property for suspicious activity or unauthorized persons on campus.
  • Provide In-service training to help administrators be better prepared to deal with security related matters  and  serve  as  a wraparound services team member to support student success.
  • Work closely with the principal and staff of the school to foster a better understanding of the law  enforcement  function to maintain a secure learning environment. Proactively work with the school’s leadership team and collaborate with the school’s administrative team on safety protocols and procedures.
  • Serve as a visible and active law enforcement officer on and off campus dealing with law related areas such as drugs, traffic, trespassing, fighting, and thefts. Enforce campus rules and regulations.
  • Conduct routine  patrols  of  assigned  facilities  to  include  buildings,  parking  lots. and district  owned,  leased,  or  rented  property  within  the  city  limits of Crocker. Operate district equipment to include alarm systems and surveillance equipment.
  • Take law enforcement action to protect against unwanted intruders. Identify and prevent (through counseling and referral) delinquent behavior, including substance abuse. Make arrests when necessary to protect students, staff, school property, or as required by law.
  • Work collaboratively with public safety agencies to serve as a liaison between school and community to deter criminal and delinquent behavior.
  • Conduct courses  and  workshops  for  students,  staff,  and  parents  to  promote  social awareness, relationship skills, self-management, self-awareness, and responsible decision making.
  • Coordinate security for crowd and vehicle control at extra-curricular activities and special events. Monitor and instruct students, visitors, and district personnel on proper and lawful campus or facility behavior. Help to define and maintain a respectful code of conduct.
  • Assist other law enforcement agencies with incidents involving local criminal activity that may impact the safety of the environment for students and staff. Serve as the initial first responder and school safety coordinator for campus emergencies.
  • Provide classroom presentations on crime prevention  and  fundamental  concepts  and structure of the law. Teach law related education, de-escalation techniques, and conflict resolution to students and staff.
  • Provide instructions and directions to others as it pertains to law enforcement matters and emergency situations.
  • Conduct security building assessments for schools; guard, check and secure doors, rooms, buildings and equipment.
  • Perform other duties as assigned  by  appropriate  supervisory  personnel  and  school administrators.

Job Requirements

  • Graduation from High School or equivalent.
  • Must possess Missouri Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Basic certificate. ● Must  be  able  to  complete  the  Crocker  Police  Department  Field  Training  Officer’s Program.
  • You must  possess  a  valid  Missouri  operator’s  license  at  time  of  appointment.  No convictions for any felony or crime involving moral turpitude.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Knowledge of Department Rules, Regulations. and Guidelines relating to operation of the Patrol Division; Federal State and Local Laws and Ordinances.
  • Knowledge of  Departmental  and  division  record  keeping,  reporting  procedures,  and forms.
  • Knowledge of   Departmental   and   divisional   chain   of  command  and  disciplinary procedures.
  • Ability to operate a two-way mobile and handheld radio; operate and show knowledge in the safety precautions of a handgun, shotgun, and other weapons issued or allowed within the realm of patrol.
  • Ability to  operate  a  patrol  vehicle  under  normal  and  emergency  driving  conditions; evaluate and react accordingly to an emergency situation.
  • Ability to deal with situations firmly, courteously, tactfully and with respect for the rights of others while exercising considerable discretion.
  • Must be able to analyze situations quickly and objectively and to determine proper cause of action according to law, departmental policy, and common sense

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  • Must maintain a working relationship with all members of the Patrol unit, and members of the Department, the School District and other agencies.

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POLICE CHIEF   – Buffalo Grove, Illinois

POLICE CHIEF

Buffalo Grove, IL (pop. 43,212) Progressive municipal government seeks skilled Police Chief with exceptional interpersonal skills and demonstrated leadership and management experience in municipal law enforcement. The Village of Buffalo Grove is a diverse, family-oriented community with excellent schools and beautiful parks located 32 miles northwest of Chicago.

The Buffalo Grove Police Department has 62 sworn officers, 13 civilian employees, and a $11.1 million budget.  The Department is CALEA accredited with award winning policing and community relations programs.  The Village is known for its low crime rate and friendly, approachable police department.  The Police Chief is appointed by and reports to a professional Village Manager and serves on the Manager’s executive leadership team.  The current Chief is retiring after 9 years with the department. There are two Deputy Chiefs within the Department. Recently, the Deputy Chief of Operations retired. The next Chief will have the opportunity to help select a new Deputy Chief.

The Village is seeking candidates with strong leadership and communication skills. Candidates should be familiar with progressive policing principles and have a demonstrated record of success in developing effective relationships at all levels of the organization. Candidates must be committed to an inclusive management style when appropriate, and employees’ professional development. Labor relations experience and a history of successful partnerships with the community and other supporting agencies are required.

Candidates must possess:

  • Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, business administration, public administration, communications, or related field. A Master’s degree or completion of an advanced police management school is desired.
  • At least ten (10) years’ experience in a municipal law enforcement management position.
  • Must have a minimum of ten (10) years’ experience in a municipal law enforcement management position.
  • Demonstrated successful experience in progressively responsible supervisory, administrative, and managerial assignments in municipal law enforcement preferably in a suburban community, with a similar socio-economic environment is desirable.

Compensation and Benefits

Residency is not required. Starting salary range: $123,362 – $200,000 DOQ. The Village is a member of the Intergovernmental Personnel Benefit Cooperative (IPBC) and offers an excellent benefit package which includes both Blue Cross PPO and HMO Health plans with a 15% employee/dependent contribution. Vision and Dental Plans are also provided without employee/dependent contribution.

How to apply

Interested candidates should apply online at www.GovHRjobs.com by July 31, 2022 with resume, cover letter, and contact information for five professional references to the attention of Riccardo Ginex, GovHR USA. Please direct all inquiries about the position and/or the process to rginex@govhrusa.com or TEL: 847/380-3240 x120. Buffalo Grove is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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SRO (School Resource Officer)   – Washington Police Department

SRO

Washington Police Department is currently looking to hire a qualified individual to fill the role of School Resource Officer. See information below for job details

SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER

Job Type: Full-time

Starting Salary: $48,838 base. (Estimated total with Prop P Bonus $51,838)

Additional salary consideration is given for individuals with four or more year’s experience.

Excellent benefits to include health, dental, vision, and retirement.

Schedule that is primarily Monday-Friday.   

Job Description

The School Resource Officer supports and facilitates the educational process within the Washington School District by providing a safe and secure environment through building and establishing meaningful relationships  with  students  and  staff  and proactively interacting with the school community  to  ensure  the  enforcement  of  city  and  state  laws. The School Resource Officer is also responsible for the preservation of public order, protection of life, and the prevention, detection, or investigation of crime.

Minimum Job Requirements

Graduation from High School or equivalent.

Must possess Missouri Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) basic certificate.

You must  possess  a  valid  Missouri  operator’s  license  at  time  of  appointment.

No convictions for any felony or any other serious crime.

3 years law enforcement experience preferred.

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COMMUNICATOR (Dispatcher)  – CITY OF CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO

COMMUNICATOR (Dispatcher)

The City of Cape Girardeau is seeking qualified applicants for employment in the position of Communicator (Dispatcher).

On the date of employment, applicants must: Possess a valid driver’s license; possess a High School Diploma or GED equivalent; and not have any convictions for felonies.

A communicator is responsible for receiving and dispatching calls for police and fire services, working with computers and communicating on a two-way radio. The position involves working rotating shifts.

Applicants selected to participate in the hiring process will be required to participate in a written exam and interview that is by invitation. Interested candidate will be notified prior to next exam date of the date and time. Interviews will be held later that same day.

Starting pay will be $15.39 – $16.16 per hour depending on education, training and experience. Benefit package includes health, dental, and life insurance provided, retirement pension plan provided, paid vacation leave, paid sick leave, and more. The City is currently offering an Experience based stipend, up to $6,000 paid over three years, the stipend amount is based on years of experience. The shifts will be days, evenings. For more benefit information go to www.cityofcape.org/jobs

Before final appointment, applicant will be required to successfully complete a background investigation, pre-employment drug screen, medical evaluation, and psychological evaluation.

To apply online, visit the city’s website at www.cityofcape.org/jobs. To obtain a Police Department application in person, contact the Human Resources Office, City Hall, 44 N. Lorimier St., Cape Girardeau, MO 63701 or the Cape Girardeau Police Department, 2530 Maria Louise Ln., Cape Girardeau, MO 63701. Applicants with disabilities may arrange reasonable accommodations by contacting the Human Resources Office at (573) 339-6390. Applications must be turned in to the Cape Girardeau Police Department.

If you have any questions regarding this process, contact Asst. Chief Adam Glueck at the Cape Girardeau Police Department at (573) 335-6621, ext. 1002.

The City of Cape Girardeau reserves the right to notify only those individuals selected for testing as to the status of their application for employment.

EOE/ADA/M/F/V

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JAILER – CITY OF CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO

JAILER

The City of Cape Girardeau is seeking qualified applicants for employment in the full-time position of jailer.

On the date of employment, applicants must: Possess a valid driver’s license; possess a High School Diploma or GED equivalent; and not have any convictions for felonies.

Applicants selected to participate in the hiring process will be required to participate in a written exam, interview and background investigation. The exam and interview are by invitation and the applicant will be notified of the next hiring process.

Experience based pay $15.39 to $16.16 per hour and an excellent benefit package that includes health, dental, and life insurance provided, retirement pension plan provided, paid vacation leave, paid sick leave, and more. The City is currently offering an Experience based stipend, up to $6,000 paid over three years, the stipend amount is based on years of experience. The shifts will be days, evenings, and nights. See www.cityofcape.org/jobs for more benefit information.

To apply, visit the city’s web site at www.cityofcape.org/jobs or obtain Police Department application in person at the Human Resources Office, City Hall, 44 N. Lorimier, Cape Girardeau, MO, 63701. Applicants with disabilities may arrange reasonable accommodations by contacting the Human Resources Office at (573) 339-6390. Applications must be turned in to the Cape Girardeau Police Department and will be accepted until position is filled.

If you have any questions regarding this process, contact Assistant Chief Adam Glueck at the Cape Girardeau Police Department at (573) 335-6621, ext. 1002, or by email at aglueck@cityofcape.org.

Before final appointment, successful applicant will be required to successfully complete a drug test, background investigation, and pre-employment physical.

The City of Cape Girardeau reserves the right to notify only those individuals selected for testing as to the status of their application for employment.

EOE/ADA/M/F/V

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POLICE OFFICER  – BATTLEFIELD, MO

POLICE OFFICER

The Battlefield Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of full-time police officer. Officers must hold a valid Missouri P.O.S.T. Class A or B Law Enforcement License and a valid Missouri Driver’s License. Applicant must be willing to work rotating shifts, holidays and weekends. Starting salary is $19.25/hr with paid medical insurance, vacation and holidays. The city has LAGERS retirement. All equipment is provided and well kempt facial hair is allowed. Applicant must successfully pass pre-employment drug screen, interview and background investigation. Applications may be obtained in person at Battlefield City Hall, 5434 S. Tower Drive Battlefield, Mo or online at www.battlefieldmo.gov. Applications may be submitted in person at City Hall or by mail. Closing date for applications is August 1, 2022.

Description: Provide for public safety by maintaining order, responding to emergencies, protecting people and property, enforcing motor vehicle and criminal laws, and promoting good community relations.  Work schedule and hours vary and will be determined by needs of the city.  Will be required to work weekends and nights.

Supervision Received: Direct supervision is provided by the Chief of Police or designee.  Supervision may also regularly be provided by the Sergeant.

Supervision Exercised: N/A

Essential Functions:

  • Identify, pursue, and arrest suspects and perpetrators of criminal acts.
  • Record facts to prepare reports that document incidents and activities.
  • Review facts of incidents to determine if criminal acts or statute violations have been committed.
  • Render aid to accident victims and other persons requiring first aid for physical injuries.
  • Testify in court to present evidence or act as a witness in traffic and criminal cases.
  • Evaluate complaints and emergencies; request information to determine response.
  • Investigate traffic accidents and other accidents to determine causes and to determine if a crime has been committed.
  • Photograph or draw diagrams of crime or accident scenes.
  • Interview principals and eyewitnesses.
  • Monitor traffic to ensure motorists observe traffic laws and exhibit safe driving procedures.
  • Relay complaint and emergency request information to appropriate agency dispatchers.
  • Issue citations or warnings to violators of motor vehicle ordinances.
  • Direct traffic flow and reroute traffic in case of emergencies or events.
  • Provide road information to assist motorists.
  • Process prisoners, and prepare and maintain records of prisoner bookings and prisoner status during booking and pre-trial process.
  • Inspect public establishments to ensure compliance with rules, regulations, and ordinances.
  • Act as official escorts, such as when leading funeral processions or firefighters.

Required Knowledge, Skills, Abilities, and Other Characteristics (KSAOs):

  • Ability to follow oral and written instructions and perform required duties competently
  • Ability to perform detailed analysis of complex data and information
  • Ability to handle responsibility
  • Ability to remain calm in challenging or dangerous situations
  • Assertiveness
  • Skill in apprehension of suspected law breakers
  • Excellent interpersonal skills
  • Ability to communicate effectively with co-workers and the general public

Required Education, Training, Certification, Licensing, and Background:

  • Graduation from an accredited high school or equivalent
  • Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) A or B license – current and in good standing
  • Must pass a background investigation with no felony convictions and no misdemeanor convictions involving moral turpitude or a history of repeated offenses
  • Must possess a valid driver license and maintain an excellent driving record throughout employment with the City

General Requirements:

  • Authorized to work in the United States
  • Must be 21 years of age at the time of employment
  • May be subject to work weekends or to emergency call in

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POLICE OFFICER  – City of Shrewsbury, MO

POLICE OFFICER

BENEFITS:

  • STARTING SALARY – $57,778
  • 7-year pay scale with top out of $77,428
  • City paid health insurance, and low-cost dental & eye insurance
  • LAGERS Pension
  • 2 weeks paid vacation each year; 2 personal days each year; 9 paid holidays each year

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Certification as a police officer of a Missouri First Class County (Class A P.O.S.T. License), or currently enrolled in an Academy program that awards such a certification
  • High School graduate or possess a G.E.D.
  • Must be a U.S. citizen
  • No felony or serious misdemeanor convictions
  • Possess a valid driver’s license
  • Excellent physical and mental condition
  • Must be 21 years of age on or before the date of appointment
  • Ability to work 12-hour rotating shift

TO APPLY: 

Employment application packets are available on the City’s website (www.cityofshrewsbury.com) under “Employment”, or paper application can be picked up at the Shrewsbury Police Department, 4400 Shrewsbury Avenue, Shrewsbury, MO 63119, Monday through Friday, 9:00 A.M. to 4:30 P.M.

DEADLINE to submit completed applications is Friday, July 8, 2022, at 4:00 P.M.

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POLICE OFFICER  – NEW HAVEN, MO

POLICE OFFICER (Full-Time and Part-Time)

The City of New Haven, Missouri population 2,819 (2020 census) is currently accepting applications for the position of part-time and full-time Police Officers.  Officers must hold a valid Missouri P.O.S.T. Class A or B Law Enforcement License and a valid Missouri Driver’s License.  Applicant must be willing to work rotating shifts, holidays, and weekends.  Full time officers start at $20.24/hr with overtime available, medical insurance paid by employer, and the city has an L-6 Lagers retirement.  Part-time positions are paid, newer equipment, training opportunities available, discounted gym membership available, and facial hair allowed.

The department is slotted for 7 full time officers and 5 part time officers.  Applicant must successfully pass pre-employment physical exam and drug screen.

The complete position posting, including the application and a complete job description, is available at New Haven City Hall, 101 Front St, New Haven MO 63068 or by requesting via email to kathy.trentmann@newhavenmo.org. Applications may be submitted by mail or in person at City Hall or may be sent electronically to Kathleen A. Trentmann, City Administrator, kathy.trentmann@newhavenmo.org.

Closing date for applications is August 1, 2022.

The City of New Haven is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify.

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POLICE OFFICER  – City of Cape Girardeau, MO

POST CERTIFIED POLICE OFFICER

GRADE CLASSIFICATION:         Grade P4

Starting Salary Range:

Police Cadet:         $14.15/Hr

Patrol Officer:        $44,006 to $46,613 estimated annually (includes holiday pay & shift differential)

FLSA:        Full-Time, Non-Exempt

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS:

Family health and dental insurance plan; life insurance; Custom Benefit Plan; eleven (11) paid holidays and one (1) personal holiday; two (2) weeks of vacation and twelve (12) sick days a year; shift differential pay.

DESCRIPTION OF BASIC DUTIES:

Selected candidates will be community policing oriented and required to perform a variety of duties such as enforce city and state violations, investigate criminal activities, routine patrol duties, traffic control and traffic accident investigation, assist citizens, perform communications duties, enforce animal violations, operate an emergency vehicle in a safe and defensive manner, meet physical aspects of job, and perform other duties as job requires.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:

High school diploma or equivalent General Education Development Certificate (GED).  Must be certified as a law enforcement officer in the state of Missouri, OR currently be enrolled in a law enforcement academy, OR be eligible for licensing (waiver of MO academy requirement) as a peace officer in the state of Missouri by the Department of Public Safety (DPS), as defined in Chapter 590 of RSMo.  More information can be found on the DPS website at www.dps.mo.gov.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Employee is frequently required to sit, walk, talk and hear; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls.  Specific vision abilities required include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.  Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.  Full job description available.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be a US citizen at least 21 years of age and possess a valid Missouri Driver’s License at time of appointment.
  • Must successfully pass the following: Peer Board interview, Police Personnel Board interview, Chief’s interview, psychological test, polygraph, background investigation, physical fitness test, physical & drug screen, and weapons qualification.

APPLY ROLLA POLICE DEPARTMENT, 1007 N. ELM ST., ROLLA, MO 65401

NO LATER THAN JUNE 26, 2022.

RESUME REQUESTED.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER – FEMALES AND MINORITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

EMPLOYER COMPLIES WITH ALL A.D.A. REQUIREMENTS

E-Mailable Job Application at:  www.rollacity.org

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POLICE OFFICER  – City of Cape Girardeau, MO

POLICE OFFICER

The City of Cape Girardeau is seeking qualified applicants for employment for the position of Police Officer.

On the date of employment, applicants must: Be at least 21 years of age; be a Missouri resident & a U.S. citizen; possess a valid driver’s license; possess a High School Diploma or GED equivalent; not have a conviction for a felony or any crime involving domestic violence.

Applicants selected to participate in the hiring process will be required to participate in a written exam, physical test, interview, and background investigation. The exam and interview are by invitation and applicants will be notified when the next exams and interviews will be held. Finalists will be required to undergo a medical examination, psychological evaluation, polygraph examination and pre-employment drug screen.

Starting pay is at least $20.77 – $21.81 per hour or $43,201.60 – $45,367 annually, depending on education and experience, plus an assigned vehicle. Currently we are offering a $6,000 certification stipend to be paid over a 3 year period. To be eligible for the stipend, candidates must have a valid Peace Officer License issued by Missouri POST Commission at the time of hire. Benefit package includes health, dental, and life insurance provided, retirement pension plan provided, paid vacation leave, paid sick leave, and more. See www.cityofcape.org/jobs for more benefit information.

To apply online, visit the city’s web site at www.cityofcape.org/jobs or obtain Police Department application in person at the Human Resources Office, City Hall, 44 N. Lorimier St, Cape Girardeau, MO, 63701. Applicants with disabilities may arrange reasonable accommodations by contacting the Human Resources Office at (573) 339-6390. Applications must be turned in to the Cape Girardeau Police Department and will be taken until positions are filled.

If you have any questions regarding this process, contact Assistant Chief Adam Glueck at (573) 335-6621, Ext 1002.

The City of Cape Girardeau reserves the right to notify only those individuals selected for testing as to the status of their application for employment.

EOE/ADA/M/F/V

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POLICE OFFICER  -KIRKWOOD, MO

PATROL OFFICER 

JOB OPENING / CITY OF KIRKWOOD

PATROL OFFICER

POLICE DEPARTMENT

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Performs uniformed patrol work involving traffic and crime control
  • Investigates criminal activity
  • Enforcement of laws and ordinances
  • Arrests offenders
  • Protection of life and property
  • Gives presentations to groups and individuals on subject matter related to job tasks and functions

REQUIREMENTS:

  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to act effectively in emergency and non-emergency situations
  • Must be a U.S. citizen
  • No felony or serious misdemeanor convictions
  • Possess a valid driver’s license
  • Excellent physical and mental condition
  • Certified as a Police or Peace Officer of a Missouri first class county (or equivalent in another state) or

currently enrolled in an Academy program that awards such a certification.

  • Must be 21 years of age on or before the date of appointment.
  • Non-Smoking Environment

WORKING ENVIRONMENT:

Inclement weather. Potential contact with persons and /or articles with contagious/communicable diseases.

Personal danger relater to armed and or dangerous persons/animals. Shift work.

STARTING SALARY: $65,144.16 – $78,925.24 per year DOQ with great benefits package. Open until filled.

To apply: Complete an electronic employment application on the City website under “Employment” OR: A

paper application can be picked up at Kirkwood City Hall, 139 South Kirkwood Road, 63122 OR: call 314-984-

6975 to have one e-mailed, mailed, or faxed to you. Return paper applications to: Attn: Human Resources-PD,

at the address listed above.

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CHIEF OF POLICE  –  CITY OF CANTON, MO

CHIEF OF POLICE

Immediate Job Opening

Located in rural northeast Missouri, the City of Canton is one of the only growing communities in our region. With a population of 2,774, Canton is also home to Culver-Stockton College and the Canton R- V School District.

The city is currently accepting resumes for our Chief of Police position. This position will be responsible for leading and coordinating all law enforcement efforts within the city. With the capacity of five sworn officers, we are looking for a leader ready for the challenge of attracting and retaining officers in our small town.

Some of the things we are looking for:

  • An accredited bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice/related field or equivalent experience, with progressive leadership experience in police operations and
  • Establish and maintain positive working relationships with local leaders, partner law enforcement agencies and residents in our community
  • Must possess a valid Missouri Driver’s License with a good driving record and no
  • Successful completion of pre-employment background check, physical and drug
  • Must possess a current Missouri license as a POST certified law enforcement officer with no pending or active disciplinary action
  • Extensive knowledge of federal, state, and local
  • Willingness to conduct and cover patrol shifts as
  • Ability to develop and execute strategic plans related to officer hiring and retention, community collaboration in law enforcement, and continued training for
  • Knowledge and ability to prepare department budget in collaboration with city staff, the mayor and board of

Starting salary is $50,000 – $58,000 dependent on qualifications. Excellent benefits package including paid health insurance, holidays, LAGERS retirement.

Applications are available by email: cantoncityclerk@centurytel.net or in person at Canton City Hall, 400 Lewis St.

Resumes with accompanying city job application should be submitted to:

Christina Seangmany Canton City Clerk 400 Lewis Street

Canton, MO 63435 cantoncityclerk@centurytel.net

The City of Canton is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Deadline for application/resume submittals is July 1, 2022.

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POLICE OFFICER  -CLEVER, MO

POLICE OFFICER 

The City of Clever Police Department – Accepting Applications and Resumes

  • Starting salary varies upon training, experience, and
  • Life & Health Insurance Offered
  • Retirement Through Missouri Lagers Retirement System
  • Take-Home Patrol Vehicle – Discounted Gym Membership
  • Ability and Assistance with Carving Your Own Career Path

To access the application, please visit https://www.clevermo.com/wp- content/uploads/2019/06/JOB-APPLICATION-1.pdf, or contact the City of Clever Police Department Clerk at 417-743-5109.

This position is responsible for the enforcement of local, state and federal laws.

MAJOR DUTIES

  • Patrols the city to detect and deter
  • Responds to calls for service.
  • Prepares required
  • Investigates automobile accidents; prepares accident
  • Secures crime scenes and collects
  • Obtains and serves search and criminal warrants; apprehends and arrests
  • Transports prisoners to court and other
  • Interviews complainants, witnesses, victims, suspects and
  • Attends required training sessions; maintains state certification through internal and external training
  • Maintains assigned vehicles and
  • Interacts with other municipal, state, and federal law enforcement
  • Ability to provide credible testimony in municipal, state and federal
  • Performs related duties

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • High School Graduate or High School Equivalent (GED).
  • Ability to read, write and perform mathematical calculations at a level commonly associated with the completion of high school or
  • No experience
  • Possession of or ability to readily obtain a valid driver’s license issued by the State of Missouri for the type of vehicle or equipment
  • Current Missouri POST Certification
  • Must be able to achieve and maintain a level of physical fitness that allows Officers to safely and competently perform the essential functions of the

HIRING PROCESS

  • If you are selected to participate, you will be contacted by phone to schedule a date and time. This may vary depending on departmental needs and priorities but is usually within one week after the announcement deadline
  • The steps in the employment process are as follows: Physical Assessment, Written Examination, Background Investigation, Oral Interview Board, and Offer of

(Post Date: June 1, 2022) (Post expires: June 30, 2022)

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RECORDS CLERK  – WENTZVILLE, MO

RECORDS CLERK

SALARY:                                        $16.64 Hourly    –     $34,611.20 Annually

DEPARTMENT:                               PUBLIC SAFETY

DIVISION:                                     LAW ENFORCEMENT

OPENING DATE:                             05/27/22

CLOSING DATE:                             06/10/22 05:00 PM

SUMMARY:

The City of Wentzville is seeking a full time Records Clerk .

In recent years, the City has been the only municipality named to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Top Workplaces list. This list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third- party survey, which measures several aspects of workplace culture, including how employees feel about pay, benefits, managers and leadership – just to name a few.

This position assists the Public Safety Department and the public by providing administrative, clerical, and information support. .

Wentzville’s leadership is committed to being a regional destination, ensuring economic vitality, providing industry-leading services, optimizing the City’s infrastructure, and being a safe, inclusive and engaged community. Wentzville employees serve an integral role in integrating these five critical success factors into their everyday jobs. The City offers excellent benefits including health, vision, dental, employer-paid life insurance, long-term disability, a retirement pension, 12 holidays, two floating holidays, vacation time, sick time, tuition reimbursement, employee assistance, a discounted recreation center membership and much more!

Complete an application for an opportunity to join a work environment with a strong sense of place, potential for growth and resources for success.

ESSENTIAL & ANCILLARY JOB DUTIES: 

Essential Job Duties

Prepare reports for public dissemination.

Assist officers by contacting other agencies, gathering statistics, mailing documents, performing records checks and preparing subpoenas.

Serve as a receptionist, assisting citizens, and directing calls accordingly.

Assist the public by answering requests for information and directing residents regarding public resources.

Perform filing and data entry functions.

Process documents such as bonds, subpoenas, background checks, fingerprints, surveys and mail.

Ancillary Job Duties

Provide professional, efficient customer service in all capacities: email, phone, in-person. Perform other related duties as assigned.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS & KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Job Qualifications

Education, experience and training that are required or desirable in order to effectively perform the job at the time of hire. An equivalent combination of education, training and experience will be considered. Additional requirements and/or substitutions may be requested and require the approval of HR.

High school diploma or equivalent required. Minimum of one year of clerical experience required.

Must pass a comprehensive background investigation.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

May be representative, but not all-inclusive, of those knowledge, skills and abilities commonly associated with this position.

Proficiency in use of basic business software (word processing, spreadsheets, email, presentations) and basic office equipment.

Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.

Ability to effectively organize and prioritize work as well as concentrate on multiple tasks simultaneously.

Knowledge of the Sunshine Law. Knowledge of Uniform Crime Reporting.

Knowledge of city government and the functions of various city departments. Regular attendance is a necessary and essential job duty.

WORK ENVIRONMENT & PHYSICAL ABILITIES: 

Work Environment

Environmental or atmospheric conditions commonly associated with the performance of the duties of this job.

Primarily an indoor work environment. Exposure to moderate noise levels.

Physical Abilities

The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential duties of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential duties.

Must be able to sit for extended periods of time. Must be able to speak and hear clearly.

Must be able to perform repetitive wrist, hand, and/or finger movement. Must have finger dexterity and hand-eye coordination.

Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds.

Must have clarity of vision and the ability to adjust focus.

The City of Wentzville is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The City does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status. The City of Wentzville makes every effort to fully comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer. The City of Wentzville is a drug and alcohol free work place. A pre-employment drug screen is required for all positions. The City of Wentzville participates in E-Verify.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:

http://www.wentzvillemo.gov

1001 Schroeder Creek Blvd Wentzville, MO 63385

636-639-2190

Position #00722 RECORDS CLERK I PB

hr@wentzvillemo.gov

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DISPATCH OFFICER  – WENTZVILLE, MO

DISPATCH OFFICER

SALARY:                                          $19.64 Hourly

DEPARTMENT:                                 PUBLIC SAFETY

DIVISION:                                      LAW ENFORCEMENT

OPENING DATE:                              05/25/22

CLOSING DATE:                               06/15/22 05:00 PM

SUMMARY:

The City of Wentzville is seeking a full time Dispatch Officer.

In recent years, the City has been the only municipality named to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Top Workplaces list. This list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third- party survey, which measures several aspects of workplace culture, including how employees feel about pay, benefits, managers and leadership – just to name a few.

This position performs law enforcement related communications. Operates the computer-aided dispatch system, monitors and operates multi-line telecommunications and radio communications, determines type and level of response necessary, accomplishes timely and effective dispatch of emergency response units, monitors safety of responding units, and retrieves information from local, state and federal information systems.

Wentzville’s leadership is committed to being a regional destination, ensuring economic vitality, providing industry-leading services, optimizing the City’s infrastructure, and being a safe, inclusive and engaged community. Wentzville employees serve an integral role in integrating these five critical success factors into their everyday jobs. The City offers excellent benefits including health, vision, dental, employer-paid life insurance, long-term disability, a retirement pension, 12 holidays, two floating holidays, vacation time, sick time, tuition reimbursement, employee assistance, a discounted recreation center membership and much more!

Complete an application for an opportunity to join a work environment with a strong sense of place, potential for growth and resources for success.

ESSENTIAL & ANCILLARY JOB DUTIES:

Essential Job Duties

Answer in-coming emergency and non-emergency calls from the public. Obtain specific information from calls to ensure an effective response.

Code and enter information in CAD system and dispatch appropriate response units, i.e., law enforcement, fire, medical, and tow by giving location, type, and other vital information concerning the emergency situation.

Monitor, receive, and enter status of responding units in CAD continuously and communicate updated information to units as required.

Coordinate response efforts of units by communicating status of emergency situations and dispatch backup units if necessary in accordance with the communication center procedure.

Receive citizen complaints and information calls and provide routine direction or assistance.

Broadcast All Points Bulletins, i.e. missing/wanted person(s), stolen/felon vehicles, natural disaster, severe weather, civil, and technological emergencies.

Receive and respond to requests from field units for primary and secondary services; i.e., warrant, license, person checks, K-9 unit, towing, service utility providers, medical examiner, and chaplain, etc.

Compile, verify, update, and maintain data in the CAD system and perform necessary inquiries and entries in the MULES system.

Follow RsMO 576.050 in regards to Misuse of Official Information.

Assist staff in on-the-job training of new dispatchers by instructing, monitoring, evaluating, and reporting progress of trainees.

Monitor in-house security cameras, alarms for schools and banks, security of sally port, and after-hours lobby walk-ins.

Ancillary Job Duties

Ensure privacy and security by accurately disseminating information and shredding paperwork when necessary.

Perform other related duties as assigned.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS & KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Job Qualifications

Education, experience and training that are required or desirable in order to effectively perform the job at the time of hire. An equivalent combination of education, training and experience will be considered. Additional requirements and/or substitutions may be requested and require the approval of HR.

High school diploma or equivalent required. Criminal justice coursework desired.

MULES Certification required within six months of employment. Must pass a comprehensive background investigation.

Maintain requirements as stated in RsMO Statute 650.340 for continuing education to maintain employment in good standing.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

May be representative, but not all-inclusive, of those knowledge, skills and abilities commonly associated with this position.

Proficiency in use of basic business software (word processing, spreadsheets, email, presentations) and basic office equipment.

Knowledge of the layout of the City of Wentzville.

Ability to effectively and timely communicate information using multi-line phones, multiple radio channels, and CAD system.

Ability to develop call interpretation and decision making skills necessary for effective dispatch of appropriate emergency services.

Ability to effectively and timely perform multi-task emergency dispatch functions in volatile and stressful situations.

Ability to perform essential functions of 911 dispatching during CAD system failures. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing, and to accurately follow oral and written instructions.

Ability to accurately enter complete data into computer while talking and listening. Ability to effectively establish and maintain working relationships with customers, the public, field unit staff, and co-workers.

Ability to work rotating shifts and call back.

Regular attendance is a necessary and essential job duty.

WORK ENVIRONMENT & PHYSICAL ABILITIES:

Work Environment

Environmental or atmospheric conditions commonly associated with the performance of the duties of this job.

Primarily an indoor work environment. Exposure to moderate noise levels.

Physical Abilities

The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential duties of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential duties.

Must be able to sit for extended periods of time. Must be able to speak and hear clearly.

Must be able to perform repetitive wrist, hand, and/or finger movement in order to type and work on computer.

Must have finger dexterity and hand-eye coordination in order to work on computer, telephone, and related office equipment.

Must be able to lift up to 15 pounds.

Must have near vision and the ability to adjust focus.

The City of Wentzville is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The City does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status. The City of Wentzville makes every effort to fully comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer. The City of Wentzville is a drug and alcohol free work place. A pre-employment drug screen is required for all positions. The City of Wentzville participates in E-Verify.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:

http://www.wentzvillemo.gov

 

1001 Schroeder Creek Blvd Wentzville, MO 63385

636-639-2190

Position #00721 DISPATCH OFFICER

PB

hr@wentzvillemo.gov

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DEPUTY SHERIFF  – CAMDEN COUNTY, MO

DEPUTY SHERIFF 

https://www.camdencountymosheriff.org/page.php?id=8

DEPUTY SHERIFF STARTING SALARY:              $19.25 / HOUR

–               12 HOUR SHIFTS

–               3 DAY WEEKEND EVERY PAY PERIOD

–               CERF AND LAGERS RETIREMENT PLANS

–               PAID TIME OFF

–               TAKE HOME PATROL VEH PROGRAM

–               EYE/DENTAL/HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE

–               K9, DETECTIVE, TRAFFIC UNIT AND PROMOTION OPPORTUNITIES

REQUIREMENTS

–               US CITIZEN

–               AT LEAST 21 YEARS OF AGE

–               HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR EQUIVALENT

–               VALID DRIVERS LICENSE

–               DD214/HONORABLE/HONORABLE CONDITIONS

–               NO FELONY CONVICTIONS

–               NO MISDEMEANOR CONVICTIONS WITHIN THE LAST 5 YEARS

–               NO SERIOUS TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS WITHIN THE LAST 3 YEARS

ABOUT US

–               APPROXIMATELY 43,000 RESIDENTS

–               6 PATROL SQUADS OF FOUR DEPUTIES

–               5 DETECTIVES

–               K9 AND TRAFFIC UNITS

–               OPPORTUNITIES IN COURT SECURITY

–               OPPORTUNITIES IN CORRECTIONS

–               COMMUNICATION OFFICERS

–               SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY

–               STATE OF THE ART EQUIPMENT

–               NO RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT

–               DESIRABLE LAKE OF THE OZARKS

–               ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

 

Contact Captain Vinson at 573-346-2243 x 294, or Lieutenant VanDonsel at x 243 for information concerning employment opportunities.

ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPLY IN PERSON OR BY US MAIL

 

Position Starting Salary
Deputy Sheriff (Patrol) $19.25 hourly
Deputy Sheriff (Corrections) $19.25 hourly
Corrections Officer $15.50 hourly
Corrections Clerk $15.50 hourly
Communications Officer $15.50 hourly
Clerical $15.50 hourly

 

Applicants for non-sworn positions must be at least 18 years of age and possess a high school diploma or equivalent.  A background investigation will be conducted.  Drug testing is a requirement for employment.

Employment benefits include, but are not limited to, health and life insurance for employee, retirement benefits, holiday and sick days. Shift work is required.  A pre-employment application must be signed and dated to be considered for employment.

Patrol Deputy and Corrections Deputy (Sworn):

Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and possess a high school diploma or equivalent.  All applicants must complete a written test and oral interview.  Applicants must also have, or be able to obtain, a Missouri P.O.S.T. certification by appointment date.  A background investigation will be conducted including, but not limited to, polygraph or CVSA testing.  Drug testing is a requirement for employment.  Employment benefits include, but are not limited to, health and life insurance for employee, retirement benefits, holiday and sick days.  Shift work is required for sworn patrol and corrections positions.  A Pre-employment application must be on file with the Sheriff’s Office.  Please download  the employment application and fill it out completely.  Make sure that the Authorization page is completed and signed.  Incomplete documents will not be considered for further processing.

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CORRECTIONS TECHNICIAN  – WENTZVILLE, MO

CORRECTIONS TECHNICIAN

SALARY:                                          $19.64 Hourly

DEPARTMENT:                                 PUBLIC SAFETY

DIVISION:                                      LAW ENFORCEMENT

OPENING DATE:                              04/18/22

CLOSING DATE:                               05/31/22 05:00 PM

SUMMARY:

The City of Wentzville is seeking a Full-time Corrections Technician.

In recent years, the City has been the only municipality named to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Top Workplaces list. This list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third- party survey, which measures several aspects of workplace culture, including how employees feel about pay, benefits, managers and leadership – just to name a few.

This position processes inmates and arranges care of inmates housed in the Wentzville, Missouri Police Jail. Ensures interactions with inmates are respectful and professional. Maintains a positive and productive environment, ensuring compliance with policies, procedures, goals, and objectives of the City, Department, and Division.

Wentzville’s leadership is committed to being a regional destination, ensuring economic vitality, providing industry-leading services, optimizing the City’s infrastructure, and being a safe, inclusive and engaged community. Wentzville employees serve an integral role in integrating these five critical success factors into their everyday jobs. The City offers excellent benefits including health, vision, dental, employer-paid life insurance, long-term disability, a retirement pension, 12 holidays, two floating holidays, vacation time, sick time, tuition reimbursement, employee assistance, a discounted recreation center membership and much more!

Complete an application for an opportunity to join a work environment with a strong sense of place, potential for growth and resources for success.

ESSENTIAL & ANCILLARY JOB DUTIES:

Essential Job Duties

Book inmates and oversee inmate processing including taking pictures, fingerprinting, and arranging vehicle releases.

Arrange for inmate care including scheduling showers and meals, administering medications, and purchasing supplies.

Respond to emergency situations within a jail setting that may require physical intervention or taser usage including restraining violent inmates and separating inmates who may be involved in altercations.

Conduct cell checks every thirty minutes and monitor cells from security cameras. Provide medical aid to inmates as needed.

Write reports as required by local, state, and federal regulations.

Ancillary Job Duties

Fingerprint city employees and civilians. May provide dispatcher relief.

May work as Municipal Court Bailiff, screening people and securing the courtroom. Perform other related duties as assigned.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS & KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Job Qualifications

Education, experience and training that are required or desirable in order to effectively perform the job at the time of hire. An equivalent combination of education, training and experience will be considered. Additional requirements and/or substitutions may be requested and require the approval of HR.

High school diploma or equivalent required. Minimum of one year of related experience required.

MULES Certification required within six months of employment. Must be at least 18 years of age.

Must pass a comprehensive background investigation.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

May be representative, but not all-inclusive, of those knowledge, skills and abilities commonly associated with this position.

Proficiency in use of basic business software (word processing, spreadsheets, email, presentations) and basic office equipment.

Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.

Ability to effectively organize and prioritize work as well as concentrate on multiple tasks simultaneously.

Ability to use good judgment and think quickly and rationally in difficult or stressful situations.

Good customer service skills (in-person, phone, email). Knowledge of general medical conditions and first aid response. Regular attendance is a necessary and essential job duty.

WORK ENVIRONMENT & PHYSICAL ABILITIES:

Work Environment

Environmental or atmospheric conditions commonly associated with the performance of the duties of this job.

Primarily an indoor work environment. Exposure to moderate noise levels.

Exposure to occasional violent behavior from inmates involved in altercations. Potential exposure to bodily fluids and inmates’ illnesses.

Physical Abilities

The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential duties of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential duties.

Must be able to sit for extended periods of time. Must be able to speak and hear clearly.

Must be able to lift up to 100 pounds.

Must have clarity of vision and the ability to adjust focus.

The City of Wentzville is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The City does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status. The City of Wentzville makes every effort to fully comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer. The City of Wentzville is a drug and alcohol free work place. A pre-employment drug screen is required for all positions. The City of Wentzville participates in E-Verify.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:

http://www.wentzvillemo.gov

1001 Schroeder Creek Blvd Wentzville, MO 63385

636-639-2190

Position #00707 CORRECTIONS TECHNICIAN

KB

hr@wentzvillemo.gov

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POLICE OFFICER  – CANTON, MO

POLICE OFFICER

The City of Canton, Missouri is currently accepting applications for a full-time Police Officer.

Applicants must be 21 years of age, and possess a current A or B Missouri Peace Officer license and valid driver’s license. Applicants will need to pass a background investigation and drug screening upon hire.

Applications can be picked up from the Canton Police Department. Benefit package includes fully-paid health insurance for officer, Missouri LAGERS retirement plan, $.25 per hour raise after 6 month probation period, paid vacation, sick time and leave time after one year. On-call time is also paid along with an annual uniform allowance.

Starting salary for non-experienced applicants is $18.14 per hour, and all other applicants will be determined on experience. Applicants having graduated from the academy in the last year may be eligible for tuition reimbursement; upon contract signing.

Applications can be obtained at our office, via facsimile or via email request from: jbrewer_cpd@centurytel.net. Officers with experience please attach resume and cover letter. Position open until filled.

The Canton Police Department reserves the right to accept or reject any applications. The City of Canton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Chief Ryan Crandell 108 N. 5th Street

P O Box 231

Canton, Missouri Phone: 573-288-4412

Fax: 573-288-4498

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POLICE OFFICER  – VIENNA, MO

POLICE OFFICER

The Vienna, MO Police Department has an opening for a full time police officer position. Applicants are required to meet the following criteria to be eligible for consideration for the position of Police Officer for the City of Vienna, Mo.

  1. Must be at least 21 years of age.
  2. Must possess a High School Diploma or Equivalent and a current, valid Missouri P.O.S.T law enforcement certification.
  3. Must agree to and pass a background check.
  4. Must possess a valid Missouri Driver’s License (or equivalent if military) with an acceptable driving record.
  5. Male applicants must not have visible piercings. Female applicants allowed visible piercing in the ears only (subject to uniform policy upon hire).
  6. Tattoos and facial hair allowed following policy guidelines. No tattoos are allowed above the collar.
  7. Must be able to work evenings, weekends and holidays as directed by the Chief of Police.
  8. Successful applicants will be subject to a 6 month probationary performance evaluation period.
  9. Prior and Retiring Military Service Members are encouraged to apply.

Starting Annual Salary is $33,500 (actually $35,175 with Paid Holidays), LAGERS retirement and City Paid Employee Health Insurance, Vacation and Holidays. Successful applicant will be required to be “on call” at times and assigned a take home car which requires them to reside within 5 miles of the city limits of Vienna, MO within 60 days of hire.

Current shift assignments are six (6) work days one (1) week of the pay period and one (1) work day the next week of that pay period.

Applications will be received until this position is successfully filled. Applications may be picked up from Vienna City Hall, located at 424 8th Street between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM Monday through Friday, requested by telephone at (573) 422-3549 or on line by e-mailing sthompson@viennamissouri.org. Resumes may be returned with completed applications.

The City of Vienna is an equal opportunity employer.

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POLICE CHIEF – HOLTS SUMMIT, MO

POLICE CHIEF

HSPD Police Chief Recruitment Flyer April 2022

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POLICE OFFICER  – WENTZVILLE, MO

POLICE OFFICER

SALARY:                                          $27.23 Hourly

DEPARTMENT:                                 PUBLIC SAFETY

DIVISION:                                      LAW ENFORCEMENT

OPENING DATE:                              04/28/22

CLOSING DATE:                               05/20/22 05:00 PM

SUMMARY:

The City of Wentzville is seeking a Full Time Police Officer. This position patrols the City of Wentzville and performs a variety of tasks including investigating crimes, responding to citizen complaints and requests for assistance, and enforcing traffic laws.

Police Officers work a minimum of 85.5 hours biweekly. Physical Agility Testing and Written Testing will be held May 22, 2022. Candidates who successfully complete testing will be invited to interview on May 26 or 27, 2022.

In recent years, the City has been the only municipality named to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Top Workplaces list. This list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third- party survey, which measures several aspects of workplace culture, including how employees feel about pay, benefits, managers and leadership – just to name a few.

Wentzville’s leadership is committed to being a regional destination, ensuring economic vitality, providing industry-leading services, optimizing the City’s infrastructure, and being a safe, inclusive and engaged community. Wentzville employees serve an integral role in integrating these five critical success factors into their everyday jobs. The City offers excellent benefits including health, vision, dental, employer-paid life insurance, long-term disability, a retirement pension, 12 holidays, two floating holidays, vacation time, sick time, tuition reimbursement, employee assistance, a discounted recreation center membership and much more!

Complete an application for an opportunity to join a work environment with a strong sense of place, potential for growth and resources for success.

ESSENTIAL & ANCILLARY JOB DUTIES:

Essential Job Duties

Protects citizens by preventing crime, enforcing laws, apprehending suspects, and monitoring traffic.

Prevents crime by explaining and enforcing applicable federal, state, and local laws and ordinances; teaching preventive, protective, and defensive tactics; mediating disputes; patrolling assigned area; responding to notices of disturbances; conducting searches; observing suspicious activities; and detaining suspects.

Apprehends suspects by responding to complaints and calls for help, observing violations, and making arrests.

Conducts criminal investigations by gathering evidence, interviewing victims and witnesses, and interrogating suspects.

Documents observations and actions by radioing information and completing reports. Reports observations and actions by testifying in court.

Fulfills court orders by serving warrants and commitments.

Maintains safe traffic conditions by monitoring and directing traffic, enforcing laws and ordinances, investigating accidents, providing escort, and reporting unsafe streets and facilities.

Minimizes personal injury by rescuing and reviving victims and radioing for medical assistance.

Maintains operations by following department policies and procedures and recommending changes.

Ensures operation of equipment by practicing responsible use, completing preventive maintenance requirements, following manufacturer’s instructions, troubleshooting malfunctions, notifying supervisor of needed repairs, and evaluating new equipment and techniques.

Maintains professional and technical knowledge by studying applicable federal, state, and local laws and ordinances; attending educational workshops; reviewing professional publications; practicing skills; and participating in professional societies.

Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.

Ancillary Job Duties

Conduct background investigations on job applicants as assigned. Perform life-saving skills such as CPR or AED as needed.

May be required to serve in a special assignment such as a School Resource Officer, Park Ranger, or Animal Control Officer.

Perform other related duties as assigned

JOB QUALIFICATIONS & KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Job Qualifications

Education, experience and training that are required or desirable in order to effectively perform the job at the time of hire. An equivalent combination of education, training and experience will be considered. Additional requirements and/or substitutions may be requested and require the approval of HR.

High school diploma or equivalent required.

Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or a related field desired.

Police Academy graduate or Missouri Peace Officer Certification (POST) required. Two years of related experience desired.

Valid driver’s license required.

Must pass a comprehensive background investigation. Must be at least 21 years of age.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

May be representative, but not all-inclusive, of those knowledge, skills and abilities commonly associated with this position.

Knowledge of Microsoft Office programs (Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook) and basic office equipment/machines.

Maintain continuing education hours annually as required by the Missouri POST Commission.

Knowledge of the layout of the City.

Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing and to de-escalate tense situations as they arise.

Ability to effectively organize and prioritize work as well as concentrate on multiple tasks simultaneously.

Ability to use good judgment and think quickly in difficult or stressful situations.

Ability to identify potential liabilities and minimize negative exposure. Regular attendance is a necessary and essential job duty.

WORK ENVIRONMENT & PHYSICAL ABILITIES

Work Environment – Environmental or atmospheric conditions commonly associated with the performance of the duties of this job.

Indoor and outdoor work environment with much of time spent patrolling in police vehicle. Potential risk of encountering violent persons.

Exposure to moderate noise levels.

Physical Abilities – The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential duties of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential duties.

Must be able to lift up to 50 pounds and wear weighted equipment for extended periods. Must be able to sit for extended periods of time.

Must be able to speak and hear clearly.

Must be able to stand and walk for significant periods of time.

Must be comfortable driving frequently and for significant periods of time. Must be able to perform repetitive wrist, hand, and/or finger movement. Must have finger dexterity and hand-eye coordination.

Must have clarity of vision and the ability to adjust focus, judge distance and spatial relationships, and identify and distinguish colors.

The City of Wentzville is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The City does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status. The City of Wentzville makes every effort to fully comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer. The City of Wentzville is a drug and alcohol free work place. A pre-employment drug screen is required for all positions. The City of Wentzville participates in E-Verify.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:

http://www.wentzvillemo.gov

1001 Schroeder Creek Blvd Wentzville, MO 63385

636-639-2190

Position #00710 POLICE OFFICER

KR

hr@wentzvillemo.gov

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SRO  – CROCKER, MO

SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER

Job Type: Full-time

Starting Pay: $14.00 per hour

Full Job Description

Description Summary

The School Resource Officer supports and facilitates the educational process within the assigned School District by providing a safe and secure environment through building and establishing meaningful relationships  with  students  and  staff  and proactively interacting with the school community  to  ensure  the  enforcement  of  city  and  state  laws.  preservation  of  public  order. protection of life and the prevention, detection, or investigation of crime. The School Resource Officer will work effectively with students, parents, school personnel and community agencies to support teaching and learning in the schools.

Expectation of Job Dutie

  • Patrol district property for suspicious activity or unauthorized persons on campus.
  • Provide In-service training to help administrators be better prepared to deal with security related matters  and  serve  as  a wraparound services team member to support student success.
  • Work closely with the principal and staff of the school to foster a better understanding of the law  enforcement  function to maintain a secure learning environment. Proactively work with the school’s leadership team and collaborate with the school’s administrative team on safety protocols and procedures.
  • Serve as a visible and active law enforcement officer on and off campus dealing with law related areas such as drugs, traffic, trespassing, fighting, and thefts. Enforce campus rules and regulations.
  • Conduct routine  patrols  of  assigned  facilities  to  include  buildings,  parking  lots. and district  owned,  leased,  or  rented  property  within  the  city  limits of Crocker. Operate district equipment to include alarm systems and surveillance equipment.
  • Take law enforcement action to protect against unwanted intruders. Identify and prevent (through counseling and referral) delinquent behavior, including substance abuse. Make arrests when necessary to protect students, staff, school property, or as required by law.
  • Work collaboratively with public safety agencies to serve as a liaison between school and community to deter criminal and delinquent behavior.
  • Conduct courses  and  workshops  for  students,  staff,  and  parents  to  promote  social awareness, relationship skills, self-management, self-awareness, and responsible decision making.
  • Coordinate security for crowd and vehicle control at extra-curricular activities and special events. Monitor and instruct students, visitors, and district personnel on proper and lawful campus or facility behavior. Help to define and maintain a respectful code of conduct.
  • Assist other law enforcement agencies with incidents involving local criminal activity that may impact the safety of the environment for students and staff. Serve as the initial first responder and school safety coordinator for campus emergencies. Provide classroom presentations on crime prevention  and  fundamental  concepts  and structure of the law. Teach law related education, de-escalation techniques, and conflict resolution to students and staff.
  • Provide instructions and directions to others as it pertains to law enforcement matters and emergency situations.
  • Conduct security building assessments for schools; guard, check and secure doors, rooms, buildings and equipment.
  • Perform other duties as assigned  by  appropriate  supervisory  personnel  and  school administrators.

Job Requirements

  • Graduation from High School or equivalent.
  • Must possess Missouri Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Basic certificate. ● Must  be  able  to  complete  the  Crocker  Police  Department  Field  Training  Officer’s

Program.

  • You must  possess  a  valid  Missouri  operator’s  license  at  time  of  appointment.  No convictions for any felony or crime involving moral turpitude.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Knowledge of Department Rules, Regulations. and Guidelines relating to operation of the Patrol Division; Federal State and Local Laws and Ordinances.
  • Knowledge of  Departmental  and  division  record  keeping,  reporting  procedures,  and forms.
  • Knowledge of   Departmental   and   divisional   chain   of  command  and  disciplinary procedures.
  • Ability to operate a two-way mobile and handheld radio; operate and show knowledge in the safety precautions of a handgun, shotgun, and other weapons issued or allowed within the realm of patrol.
  • Ability to  operate  a  patrol  vehicle  under  normal  and  emergency  driving  conditions; evaluate and react accordingly to an emergency situation.
  • Ability to deal with situations firmly, courteously, tactfully and with respect for the rights of others while exercising considerable discretion.
  • Must be able to analyze situations quickly and objectively and to determine proper cause of action according to law, departmental policy, and common sense
  • Must maintain a working relationship with all members of the Patrol unit, and members of the Department, the School District and other agencies.

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POLICE CHIEF  – CROCKER, MO

POLICE CHIEF

Department:                            Police Department

Reports To:                               City Administrator

FLSA Status:                              Non-Exempt

Salary Range:                         Salary will be based on Education, Experience or Qualifications

Prepared Date:                       April 26, 2022

Full Time                                    Yes

Hours:                                         40

Benefit Package                      Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Holidays, Retirement, Vacation and Sick Leave and other supplement insurances are available.

DEFINITION:

This position provides leadership and direction toe the Crocker Police Department to facilitate the enforcement of applicable state laws and local ordinances for the protection of life and property.   The Police Chief serves as the primary liaison between the police department and the community, and works to build relationships throughout the community.  This position will supervise all the department’s operational activities, including training regulatory compliance, personnel selection and promotion, disciplinary actions, grant administration, budget planning, and financial management.  The Police Chief reports directly to the City Administrator and is classified as non- exempt position.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:  Included but not limited to:

Makes decisions regarding employee selection, promotions, and disciplinary actions.  Delegates authority to employees and allows them to perform their jobs with appropriate levels of supervision and discretion.

Supervises the department training program to ensure all officers and employees receive adequate opportunities for pertinent continuing education and training on changes to law or police practices, policies, and procedures.  Identifies training opportunities to expand the departments training capacity to serve the community (i.e., crisis prevention or response, mental health response, drug overdose response, etc.)   Ensures police officers annually meet or exceed minimum continuing education and training hours as required for certification under Missouri law.

Patrol within the municipal limits of the city, perform security checks on buildings, and residences, and take appropriate action with regard to suspicious activity.

Respond to routine, urgent and emergency calls for service.  Take appropriate action to mitigate injury, damage, and safe guard property.

Investigate reported criminal acts, domestic disturbances, and public nuisances and civil matters.  Interview victims, witnesses, and suspects; review and study evidence; and conduct searches and surveillance.

Prepare reports, complete administrative paperwork, thoroughly document activities associated with investigations.  Provide credible testimony in municipal, state and federal court.

Patrol city roadways, enforce traffic ordinances, direct traffic and investigate traffic accidents.

Serve Warrants, make forcible arrests; search, book and transport prisoners.

Operate police vehicles and use weapons and special equipment.

Interact and build relations with citizens and community organizations.  Provide additional patrols and presence at crowded venues such as sporting events, festivals, etc.

May be required to work in confined spaces, hazardous traffic conditions, high/dangerous places or life-threatening situations.

May be supposed to inclement outdoor weather, wet/humid conditions, vibration, airborne particles/fumes, moving mechanical parts, risk of electrical shock, loud noise levels, potentially hazardous bodily fluids, or potentially hazardous or cancer-causing agents/chemicals.

TASKS:

The following abilities are commonly associated with the performance of the function of this job.  The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Must be able to sit, talk, and listen for extended periods of time.

Must be able to feel attributes of objects, grasp, push, drive, stand, walk, reach with hands/arms, stoop/crouch, climb/balance, and operate mechanical equipment.

Must have clarity of vision, three-dimensional vision, precise hand-eye coordination, and ability to identify and distinguish colors.

Must be able to engage in foot pursuits/effect forcible arrests.

Regular attendance is a necessary and essential function.

Residency Requirement- Individual in this position must establish permanent residency within thirty minutes of the corporate city limits of Crocker within six months of employment unless otherwise waived by the City Administrator.,

KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND OTHER CHARACTERSITICS:

Equivalent to a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university or 7 years equivalent experience.  Two (2) years Supervisor and Management experience.

Missouri POST certification (Class B Peace Officer License).

Current on Missouri POST required training hours.

Must maintain a valid Missouri driver’s license and safe driving record.

Thorough knowledge of applicable laws.

Must complete and pass extensive background investigation; no serious criminal record (determined by nature of violation).

Completion of a one-year probationary period.

City of Crocker is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER  – BLUE SPRINGS R-IV SCHOOL DISTRICT – BLUE SPRINGS, MO

PUBLIC SAFETY OFFICER

https://www.applitrack.com/BlueSprings/onlineapp/default.aspx?Category=Security

  • Position Type:
    Security/Public Safety Officer
  • Date Posted:
    4/15/2022
  • Location:
    Department of Public Safety
  • · Closing Date:
    Open until Filled

Public Safety Officer needed at the Blue Springs School District

Blue Springs, Missouri

Job Summary: 
The job of Public Safety Officer is done for the purpose/s of providing support to the educational process with specific responsibilities for identifying potential welfare, safety and/or student security, personnel, visitor and/or site problems; maintaining safety at school site by enforcing disciplinary policies and regulations; communicating information and responding to inquiries; and providing emergency care to students and other individuals.

  • This job is distinguished from similar jobs by the following characteristics: Commissioned police officer with Class A certification required.
  • This job reports to Executive Director Student Safety
  • This is a Full Time (260 Day Agreement, 8hrs/day) benefits eligible position.
  • The starting salary for this position is: $42,154. Salary will be commensurate with Full Time, parallel years of experience up to 20 years top out pay is $70,215

Essential Functions

  • Administers first aid to students, staff and/or visitors for the purpose of providing immediate emergency medical care.
  • Arrests individuals engaging in illegal activities (e.g. juveniles, etc.) for the purpose of apprehending suspects to prevent further illegal activities.
  • Assists community law enforcement personnel for the purpose of supporting them in the completion of their work activities within the school environment.
  • Collaborates with community agencies (e.g. law enforcement, courts, health care, etc.) for the purpose of addressing individual cases and/or taking action regarding investigations, criminal activities, gang activities, vandalism, etc. for the safety and security of the school site.
  • Communicates safety and security policies and enforcement procedures to students, staff and visitors for the purpose of ensuring their understanding of such information and the potential consequences of violation.
  • Escorts students, assigned personnel and/or visitors for the purpose of providing direction, ensuring their safety and providing site security.
  • Investigates truancy, absenteeism, and residency of students leaving school not meeting graduation requirements for the purpose of evaluating situations, solving problems and/or resolving conflicts.
  • Investigates potential campus crimes and/or student related community incidents for the purpose of resolving conflicts, taking appropriate action, and/or referring to outside agency for resolution.
  • Monitors student behavior during and between assigned periods and at student events (e.g. lunch room, classrooms with substitutes, detention, dances, home games, etc.) for the purpose of ensuring student compliance with established guidelines, regulatory requirements, maintaining a safe and positive learning environment and a secure facility.
  • Oversees drills pertaining to safety such as fire, intruder, severe weather, etc. with respective assigned schools for the purpose of ensuring students demonstrate correct needed behaviors within established guidelines and maintaining a safe and secure facility.
  • Participates in unit meetings, in-service training, workshops, etc. (e.g. crisis intervention, physical security, crime prevention, etc.) for the purpose of conveying and/or gathering information required to perform job functions.
  • Patrols school facilities (e.g. grounds, roads, buildings, adjacent areas, parking lots, etc.) for the purpose of providing visibility, maintaining security, and deterring criminal activities.
  • Prepares a variety of documents (e.g. incident reports, activity logs, criminal infractions, safe school violations, memos, letters, procedures, etc.) for the purpose of documenting activities, providing written reference, and/or conveying information.
  • Presents information in a variety of settings (e.g. classrooms, parent meetings, staff orientations, etc.) for the purpose of informing individuals of campus security guidelines, law enforcement procedures and/or individual rights.
  • Provides traffic and parking control for the purpose of maintaining efficient traffic flow and use of parking lot/s.
  • Responds to a variety of situations (e.g. accidents, injuries, vandalism, suspicious activities, alarms, etc.) for the purpose of taking the appropriate action to resolve immediate safety and/or security concerns.
  • Responds to inquiries from a variety of sources regarding campus security issues for the purpose of providing information, direction and/or referral for addressing inquiry.
  • Testifies in court proceedings for the purpose of providing information regarding alleged illegal activity.
  • Trains with outside agencies for the purpose of improving procedures and relationships.

Other Functions

  • Performs other related duties as assigned for the purpose of ensuring the efficient and effective functioning of the work unit.

Job Requirements: Minimum Qualifications
Skills, Knowledge and Abilities

SKILLS are required to perform single, technical tasks with a potential need to upgrade skills in order to meet changing job conditions. Specific skill based competencies required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job include: administering first aid and CPR; handling hazardous materials; operating standard office equipment; preparing and maintaining accurate records; and utilizing pertinent software applications.

KNOWLEDGE is required to perform basic math, including calculations using fractions, percents, and/or ratios; review and interpret highly technical information, write technical materials, and/or speak persuasively to implement desired actions; and analyze situations to define issues and draw conclusions. Specific knowledge based competencies required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job include: pertinent codes, regulations & laws; safety practices and procedures; and techniques for diffusing hostile situations.

ABILITY is required to schedule a number of activities, meetings, and/or events; gather, collate, and/or classify data; and consider a number of factors when using equipment. Flexibility is required to independently work with others in a wide variety of circumstances; work with data utilizing defined but different processes; and operate equipment using a variety of standardized methods. Ability is also required to work with a significant diversity of individuals and/or groups; work with a variety of data; and utilize job-related equipment. Independent problem solving is required to analyze issues and create action plans. Problem solving with data frequently requires independent interpretation of guidelines; and problem solving with equipment is limited to moderate. Specific ability based competencies required to satisfactorily perform the functions of the job include: communicating with diverse groups including those suspected of unlawful activities; establishing and maintaining effective working relationships; maintaining confidentiality; working with frequent interruptions; and working extra duty assignments outside of regular school day.

Responsibility
Responsibilities include: working under limited supervision following standardized practices and/or methods; leading, guiding, and/or coordinating others; operating within a defined budget. Utilization of resources from other work units is often required to perform the job’s functions. There is a continual opportunity to significantly impact the organization’s services.

Work Environment

The usual and customary methods of performing the job’s functions require the following physical demands: occasional lifting, carrying, pushing, and/or pulling, some climbing and balancing, some stooping, kneeling, crouching, and/or crawling and significant fine finger dexterity. Generally the job requires 20% sitting, 40% walking, and 40% standing. The job is performed under temperature extremes and under conditions with exposure to risk of injury and/or illness.

Experience: Job related experience is required. Preferred three years law enforcement with an accredited department.

Education: High school diploma or equivalent. Preferred college degree in related field.

Equivalency: N/A

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POLICE CHIEF  – KNOB NOSTER, MO

POLICE CHIEF

The City of Knob Noster, MO is seeking an energetic, self-motivated Chief of Police to lead and manage the Knob Noster Police Department.  The City of Knob Noster is a town of 2,700 residents located in Johnson County, MO. It is the gateway to Whiteman Air Force Base. By the decision of the voters of Knob Noster, the city just changed from an elected City Marshal to an appointed Chief of Police.  The Knob Police Department has the authorized strength of eight total officers, which includes one Lieutenant, one Sergeant, and one Police Detective. The remaining positions are Patrol Officers.  Candidate must successfully complete a background investigation and pre-employment drug screen.

Applications and complete job description may be obtained from the KN City Clerk, aschouten@cityofkn.net or online at www.cityofkn.net (click on transparency tab).  The salary range is $50,000 – $60,000 per year, dependent on qualifications.  First review of the applications will be May 25, 2022.  The City of Knob Noster is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Tom Charrette

Mayor

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POLICE OFFICER (Part-time)   -LINN CREEK, MO

POLICE OFFICER (Part-time)

The City of Linn Creek is seeking qualified applicants for the position of part-time Police Officer.  Candidates must possess a current peace officer license from the State of Missouri.

Linn Creek, you will find a laid-back atmosphere and a growing community with close proximity to the lake.  We offer a flexible schedule, modern equipment as well as opportunities for overtime.

GENERAL DUTIES

This position involves the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances.  You will also be performing other related work as required or assigned.

General duties involve responsibility for the protection of life and property, prevention of crime, community policing, apprehension of criminals, and the enforcement of laws and city ordinances.  Work includes the patrolling of assigned areas, enforcement of traffic regulations, accident and crime scene investigations.  Work involves working independently and using sound judgment in meeting complex and emergency situations.

Benefits

  • Uniforms Equipment: All uniforms and equipment provided.
  • Benefits: offered with employment offer.

Salary     $17 an hour.

Contact City Hall at www.linncreek.mo.gov or call 573-346-6200.

Linn Creek Police Department

Chief Jeff Christiansen

102 E. Valley Dr.

(573)346-6200

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POLICE OFFICER  – HERMANN, MO

POLICE OFFICER

04/25/2022

The Hermann Police Department is currently accepting applications for a full-time police officer position at the Hermann Police Department. Applicants must possess a current Missouri P.O.S.T certification. Experience is preferred, but not required to apply for the position. The Hermann Police Department is also offering a $2,000 hiring incentive. All applicants will be subject to a comprehensive background investigation. For further information on the hiring incentive, please contact the Chief of Police at (573) 486-2211 or by email at chief@hermannpd.com

All equipment and uniforms are provided. The Hermann Police Department has an excellent work schedule. The City of Hermann offers a complete benefits package and 12 paid holidays. Starting pay is $20.00 per hour.

Applications and other information may be obtained at the Hermann Police Department located at 1902 Jefferson Street in Hermann or by calling (573) 486-2211 for a fax or emailed copy of an application. You can also go to Hermannmo.com to submit an application.

The City of Hermann is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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POLICE OFFICER  – CAPE GIRARDEAU, MO

POLICE OFFICER

The City of Cape Girardeau is seeking qualified applicants for employment for the position of Police Officer.

On the date of employment, applicants must: Be at least 21 years of age; be a Missouri resident & a U.S. citizen; possess a valid driver’s license; possess a High School Diploma or GED equivalent; not have a conviction for a felony or any crime involving domestic violence.

Applicants selected to participate in the hiring process will be required to participate in a written exam, physical test, interview, and background investigation. The exam and interview are by invitation and applicants will be notified when the next exams and interviews will be held. Finalists will be required to undergo a medical examination, psychological evaluation, polygraph examination and pre-employment drug screen.

Starting pay is at least $18.54 per hour or $38,563 annually DOQ, plus an assigned vehicle. Currently we are offering a $6,000 certification stipend to be paid over a 3 year period. To be eligible for the stipend, candidates must have a valid Peace Officer License issued by Missouri POST Commission at the time of hire. Benefit package includes health, dental, and life insurance provided, retirement pension plan provided, paid vacation leave, paid sick leave, and more. See www.cityofcape.org/jobs for more benefit information.

To apply online, visit the city’s web site at www.cityofcape.org/jobs or obtain Police Department application in person at the Human Resources Office, City Hall, 44 N. Lorimier St, Cape Girardeau, MO, 63701. Applicants with disabilities may arrange reasonable accommodations by contacting the Human Resources Office at (573) 339-6390. Applications must be turned in to the Cape Girardeau Police Department and will be taken until positions are filled.

If you have any questions regarding this process, contact Assistant Chief Adam Glueck at (573) 335-6621, Ext 1002.

The City of Cape Girardeau reserves the right to notify only those individuals selected for testing as to the status of their application for employment.

EOE/ADA/M/F/V

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POLICE CHIEF  – PLEASANT HILL, MO

POLICE CHIEF

The Position
The Police Chief plans, directs, and coordinates the activities and operations of the department.  The work involves responsibility for the protection of lives and property in the community through supervision of all police functions.  Work involves the efficient operation of the Police Department through control of activities and by taking measures to prevent crime and to protect lives and property of the public through the planning of activities and the training, assignment, supervision and the discipline of all department members.

The position also develops strategic long-range plans; requests and administers the department’s annual budget; and reviews and assigns staff resources as needed to achieve program and service objectives.

In addition to departmental leadership and overseeing daily operations, the Chief is an integral part of the City’s leadership team.  The Chief will be expected to work collaboratively with multiple departments in order to see the City’s vision into reality.  The Chief will be expected to engage regularly with citizens, staff, elected and sometimes appointed leadership, as well as other agencies and departments.

Other Duties:

  • Consults with the City Administrator in development and implementation of City ordinances and law enforcement policies and programs
  • Plans and supervises the enforcement of traffic and safety regulations and crime prevention and detection activities
  • Supervises the preparation of court cases and appears in court sessions as requested
  • Responsible for the coordination of police training measures
  • Cooperates with federal, state, and other local officers in the apprehension and detention of wanted persons and with other agencies where activities of the Police Department are involved
  • Supervises programs directed toward juvenile offenders
  • Prepares a complete report each year of the financial and operational requirements of the department
  • Effectively communicates and maintains a positive working relationship with both internal and external stakeholders
  • When necessary, ensures capital projects are executed and completed

Ideal Candidate
At the City of Pleasant Hill, we value authentic leadership.  The ideal candidate is humble and self-aware, capable of making sound decisions, can delegate effectively and still deliver the most relevant information to City leadership, is articulate, and is a team-player for the City as a whole.  The selected individual will be able to articulate the needs of the department and the impact of decisions while maintaining a commitment to all City operations.  The selected candidate will need to maintain strong, collaborative working relationships with all members of the City’s leadership team, regional law enforcement partners, and community organizations.

Candidates for this position should feel comfortable leading by example and having a passion to lead the department in making community connections, building upon the relationships with residents, business owners, and visitors.

The successful candidate must embrace a willingness to be open and transparent.  The successful candidate should be approachable, personable and must value integrity and have a strong commitment to ethics in their personal and professional life.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities
The position must possess the following skills, knowledge, and abilities:

  • Comprehensive knowledge of the principles and practices of police administration, police methods and management
  • Comprehensive knowledge of the principles and accepted good practices and procedures as applied to the areas of patrol, traffic control, criminal investigation, crime prevention,  rules of evidence, the rights of suspects, and accused persons and the citizen’s right to privacy
  • Comprehensive knowledge of Pleasant Hill’s demographic and topographic configuration and its law enforcement needs
  • Considerable knowledge of federal, state, and local criminal statutes, and laws.
  • Considerable knowledge of the principles of personnel management.
  • Ability to establish programs and priorities and to pursue objectives
  • Ability to evaluate program effectiveness
  • Knowledge of the use of police records and their application to Police Administration
  • Ability to act decisively and effectively in emergency situations
  • Ability to actively command field operations
  • Ability to give effective oral presentations and quality written communication skills
  • Ability to interact effectively with elected officials, other department heads, other law enforcement officials, and the general public
  • Ability to prepare, justify, and administer a department budget
  • Knowledge of the types and uses of firearms, communications and automotive equipment in modern police work
  • Ability to plan, lay out and supervise the work of subordinates performing police activities and to develop proper training and instructional procedures for those employees, and to maintain a high level of discipline and morale
  • Must possess the physical ability of a police officer, including the ability to restrain violent persons when called on to do so.

Education and Experience

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Ten (10) years of law enforcement experience, with five (5) years of law enforcement supervision as a police chief, assistant police chief, captain, lieutenant, sergeant, or equivalent
  • Missouri POST requirements established by Missouri State Statutes
  • Valid driver’s license and a good driving record
  • Be able to undergo and pass a physical, medical, and psychological examination, including a drug screening, and a background check

While residency within the city limits is not a requirement, it is strongly encouraged. The selected candidate must have the ability to respond within a timely manner.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Fifteen (15) years of law enforcement experience, with five (5) years of supervisory experience
  • Supervisory experience with a similar or larger size department
  • A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in the field of Criminal Justice or other related field; or an equivalent combination of experience and education

Compensation and Benefits
The salary range for this position is $73,200 – $92,540.  The City provides a generous benefit program including health, dental, life insurance, short-term disability insurance, and paid vacation and sick leave.  In addition to the competitive benefits package and salary, the City provides a LAGERS L-6 retirement plan which does not require any employee contributions.

Application Process

Please apply online www.pleasanthill.com/jobs

Profile link: https://www.pleasanthill.com/files/documents/PoliceChiefRecruitmentProfile1310112231040622AM.pdf

First review of applications: May 2, 2022

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SRO (School Resource Officer)  –  BOLIVAR SCHOOLS, BOLIVAR, MO

Job Title:                     SCHOOL RESOURCE OFFICER (SRO)

Department:              Administration, Student Services

Reports to:                 Administrators Classification:                                   Non-exempt / Support Staff Employment:             10 months / At-will

Evaluation:                 Performance of this job will be evaluated annually in accordance with provisions of the board’s policy on evaluation of support staff personnel.

 SUMMARY

The Director of Safety/Security (School Resource Officer) is primarily responsible, within the school system, to build positive relationships between students and faculty while enforcing the laws promoting a safe and drug-free environment in accordance with district policies and procedures. The Director of Safety/Security (School Resource Officer) will be required to perform the functions of a law enforcement officer and law-related counselor (SROs are not expected to engage in the responsibilities of a certified counselor) while becoming an integral member of the school community. The SRO must work closely with parents, students, and members of the community.

 ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skills and abilities required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

  1. Fosters, develops and maintains open lines of communication between students and faculty to develop positive
  2. Attempts to prevent juvenile delinquency through close contact with students and school personnel.
  3. Enforces Federal, State and local crime laws and ordinances and assists school officials with the enforcement of Board of Education policies and Administrative Regulations regarding student
  4. Performs typical law enforcement duties such as handling assaults, theft, burglary, bomb threats, weapons, alcohol and drug
  5. Attends school activities and provides a visible and positive image and ensures the peaceful operation of such
  6. Reaffirms their role as law enforcement officers by wearing their uniforms, unless doing so would be inappropriate for scheduled school (The uniform will also be worn at school activities where it will enhance the image of the officers and their ability to perform their duties.)
  7. Coordinates with the principal/school officials and is responsible for law enforcement and security at extra-curricular events as determined by district
  8. Works to protect the school environment and maintain an atmosphere in which teachers and students feel safe to
  9. Investigates criminal activity committed on school property except follow-up investigations of sex crimes anD
  10. Assists other law enforcement officers with outside investigations concerning students attending the school(s) to which the SRO is
  11. Performs mandated reporting to local law enforcement agencies as required by the Safe Schools Act.
  12. Provides security for special school events or
  13. Helps provide traffic control during the arrival and/or departure of
  14. Attends meetings of parent and faculty groups to solicit their support and understanding of the School Resource Officer program and to promote awareness of law enforcement functions as needed.
  15. Confers with the principal/school officials to develop plans and strategies to prevent and/or minimize dangerous situations on or near the campus or involving students at school-related activities.
  16. Assists in the development, revision, and implementation of district and building crisis response plans.
  17. Develops and offers appropriate training for staff, students, and parents on legal, drug, safety, or related
  18. The School Resource Officer is not to be involved in the enforcement of disciplinary infractions that do not constitute violations of the
  19. Maintains confidential nature of all school-related
  20. Performs other tasks and assumes other responsibilities as assigned by the supervisor or Superintendent.

 SUPERVISORY DUTIES

Supervise students at all times.

 QUALIFICATIONS

Background Checks

Clearance on all background checks required by law that is satisfactory to the Administration.

Education/Experience

  1. High School Graduate, Law Enforcement Academy Graduate
  2. Three years of law enforcement experience
  3. Thorough working knowledge of the juvenile laws of the State of Missouri, skilled in investigative and interview
  4. Service record reflecting ability to work effectively with members of the community, including youth.
  5. Strong communication skills which would enable the officer to function effectively within the school
  6. Understanding of the Juvenile Court procedures and

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations

Must have and maintain a Law Enforcement Commission in the State of Missouri

Maintain appropriate annual certification in equipment necessary to perform duties (weapons, etc.)

 SKILLS AND ABILITIES

Language

This position requires strong written and verbal communication skills. The individual who holds this position must have sufficient reading skills to interpret educational, scientific and technical journal articles, financial reports and contracts and other legal documents. Have listening skills sufficient to receive inquiries and complaints and respond appropriately. Be able to make effective presentations to the Board, staff and community.

Computation

Ability to do basic mathematic calculations, apply concepts such as fractions, percentages, ratios and proportions to practical situations and apply financial concepts.

Reasoning

Strong problem solving skills.

Capable of conducting in-depth criminal investigations.

Technology

Requires basic skills in the use of computers and hand-held devices such as PDA’s and phones.

Additional Skills and Abilities

The work consists of related duties in law enforcement. The variety of job duties and emergency situations contribute to the complexity of the work. Shall possess an even temperament and set a good example for students.

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

Physical Requirements

The individual who holds this position is regularly required to walk, hear and speak and must have close moderate and distance vision ability.

The work is typically performed while intermittently sitti ng, standing, walking (level or uneven surface), bending/twisting neck, bending/twisting at the waist, running, bending, crouching, or stooping. The employee frequently lifts light or heavy objects (over 50 lbs.), carrying objects (over 50 lbs.) while walking, lifting pushing, pulling, presence of heat (summer high temperatures, high humidity, ovens, furnaces, etc.), presence of cold (winter low temperatures, walk-in refrigerator/freezer), uses equipment requiring a high degree of dexterity, and must be able to distinguish between shades of color and use the physical force necessary to arrest and restrain persons.

Hours / Attendance / Travel

Beginning and ending work hours will be established by the supervisor. Hours may vary. Overtime hours may be necessary, with approval of administration.

 CONDITIONS AND ENVIRONMENT

The work conditions and environment described here are representative of those that an individual will encounter while performing the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions.

The work is performed indoors, in a vehicle, and outdoors. The employee may be exposed to occasional inclement weather, infectious diseases, irritating chemicals, and life-threatening situations. The work may require the use of protective equipment such as masks or gloves.

As a political subdivision, employer, recipient of federal funds, and educational institution, the Board of Education is prohibited from, and hereby declares a policy against engaging in unlawful discrimination, including harassment creating a hostile environment, on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, ancestry, disability, age, or use of leave protected by the Family and Medical Leave Act, in its programs, activities, and with regard to employment.

The Board is an equal opportunity employer.

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POLICE OFFICER  –  WENTZVILLE, MO

CORRECTIONS TECHNICIAN

SALARY:                                          $19.64 Hourly

DEPARTMENT:                                 PUBLIC SAFETY

DIVISION:                                      LAW ENFORCEMENT

OPENING DATE:                              04/18/22

CLOSING DATE:                               05/02/22 05:00 PM

SUMMARY:

The City of Wentzville is seeking a Full-time Corrections Technician.

In recent years, the City has been the only municipality named to the St. Louis Post-Dispatch Top Workplaces list. This list is based solely on employee feedback gathered through a third- party survey, which measures several aspects of workplace culture, including how employees feel about pay, benefits, managers and leadership – just to name a few.

This position processes inmates and arranges care of inmates housed in the Wentzville, Missouri Police Jail. Ensures interactions with inmates are respectful and professional. Maintains a positive and productive environment, ensuring compliance with policies, procedures, goals, and objectives of the City, Department, and Division.

Wentzville’s leadership is committed to being a regional destination, ensuring economic vitality, providing industry-leading services, optimizing the City’s infrastructure, and being a safe, inclusive and engaged community. Wentzville employees serve an integral role in integrating these five critical success factors into their everyday jobs. The City offers excellent benefits including health, vision, dental, employer-paid life insurance, long-term disability, a retirement pension, 12 holidays, two floating holidays, vacation time, sick time, tuition reimbursement, employee assistance, a discounted recreation center membership and much more!

Complete an application for an opportunity to join a work environment with a strong sense of place, potential for growth and resources for success.

ESSENTIAL & ANCILLARY JOB DUTIES

Essential Job Duties

Book inmates and oversee inmate processing including taking pictures, fingerprinting, and arranging vehicle releases.

Arrange for inmate care including scheduling showers and meals, administering medications, and purchasing supplies.

Respond to emergency situations within a jail setting that may require physical intervention or taser usage including restraining violent inmates and separating inmates who may be involved in altercations.

Conduct cell checks every thirty minutes and monitor cells from security cameras. Provide medical aid to inmates as needed.

Write reports as required by local, state, and federal regulations.

Ancillary Job Duties

Fingerprint city employees and civilians. May provide dispatcher relief.

May work as Municipal Court Bailiff, screening people and securing the courtroom. Perform other related duties as assigned.

JOB QUALIFICATIONS & KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

Job Qualifications

Education, experience and training that are required or desirable in order to effectively perform the job at the time of hire. An equivalent combination of education, training and experience will be considered. Additional requirements and/or substitutions may be requested and require the approval of HR.

High school diploma or equivalent required. Minimum of one year of related experience required.

MULES Certification required within six months of employment. Must be at least 18 years of age.

Must pass a comprehensive background investigation.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

May be representative, but not all-inclusive, of those knowledge, skills and abilities commonly associated with this position.

Proficiency in use of basic business software (word processing, spreadsheets, email, presentations) and basic office equipment.

Ability to communicate effectively both verbally and in writing.

Ability to effectively organize and prioritize work as well as concentrate on multiple tasks simultaneously.

Ability to use good judgment and think quickly and rationally in difficult or stressful situations.

Good customer service skills (in-person, phone, email). Knowledge of general medical conditions and first aid response. Regular attendance is a necessary and essential job duty.

WORK ENVIRONMENT & PHYSICAL ABILITIES:

Work Environment

Environmental or atmospheric conditions commonly associated with the performance of the duties of this job.

Primarily an indoor work environment. Exposure to moderate noise levels.

Exposure to occasional violent behavior from inmates involved in altercations. Potential exposure to bodily fluids and inmates’ illnesses.

Physical Abilities

The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential duties of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential duties.

Must be able to sit for extended periods of time. Must be able to speak and hear clearly.

Must be able to lift up to 100 pounds.

Must have clarity of vision and the ability to adjust focus

The City of Wentzville is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The City does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or any other legally protected status. The City of Wentzville makes every effort to fully comply with the Americans with Disabilities Act. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the City will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employer. The City of Wentzville is a drug and alcohol free work place. A pre-employment drug screen is required for all positions. The City of Wentzville participates in E-Verify.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:

Http://www.wentzvillemo.gov

1001 Schroeder Creek Blvd Wentzville, MO 63385

636-639-2190

Position #00707 CORRECTIONS TECHNICIAN

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POLICE OFFICER  – LAKE LOTAWANA, MO

POLICE OFFICER

The City of Lake Lotawana, Missouri, Police Department is currently accepting resumes and applications for the position of Full Time Police Officer.  The successful applicant must be Missouri Class A POST certified Police Officer or able to obtain certification within one month from the date of hire.  The position entails: patrol, basic investigation, traffic and city code enforcement activities.

Lake Lotawana, Missouri is a fourth-class city in the KC/MO metropolitan area with a population of 2,000 full time residents and an increase in the residential population during the summer months.  For its size LLPD is a cutting-edge department performing the challenging work of law enforcement and community service.  Opportunities at LLPD include Uniform Patrol, Working Hazardous Moving Grants, DUI Enforcement Grants, Community Outreach, and Limited Investigations.  All Patrol Officers operates on 12-hour rotational shifts, with three-day weekends off twice a month.

Salary & Benefits:  All uniforms and equipment are provided including patrol boots every other year.  Starting salary of $41,600 with a twelve-year step to a top pay of $66,560 a year. Years of service are taken into consideration and will increase your salary according to our step system.  Retirement benefits are provided by the city and are Lager’s level 6. A full range of health insurance along with dental and vision are offered.  For qualified applicants with experience and good working knowledge base, the city is willing to offer a signing bonus of up to $5000.00.

Qualifications:  High School diploma or equivalent mandatory; college degree and/or additional continuing educations is preferred; Missouri Class A Post Certification; minimum age 21.

Physical Requirements:  Ability to remain on your feet for an extended period of time, in every weather condition.

Process:  The selection process will include board interview, full background investigation, polygraph or CVSA exam, psychological and medical exams, as well as a drug screening.

Apply:  Applications may be downloaded at www.lakelotawana.org/employment.html.  Once completed, the “Police Department Position Application” and “Authorization for Release of Pre-Employment Information” forms may be scanned and emailed to jmccain@lakelotawanapd.org, or may be posted to the address below to the attention of Chief J. McCain.

Applicants must also email or mail a resume and a brief cover letter of interest to Chief McCain.  Please, NO PHONE CALLS.

The City of Lake Lotawana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

City of Lake Lotawana, 100 Lake Lotawana Road, Lake Lotawana, MO 64086

          Fax (816)-578-5714                        www.lakelotawana.org

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POLICE OFFICER  –  ROLLA, MO

POLICE OFFICER (Post Certified)

GRADE CLASSIFICATION:         Grade P4

Starting Salary Range:

Police Cadet:         $14.15/Hr

Patrol Officer:        $44,006 to $46,613 estimated annually (includes holiday pay & shift differential)

FLSA:        Full-Time, Non-Exempt

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS:

Family health and dental insurance plan; life insurance; Custom Benefit Plan; eleven (11) paid holidays and one (1) personal holiday; two (2) weeks of vacation and twelve (12) sick days a year; shift differential pay.

DESCRIPTION OF BASIC DUTIES:

Selected candidates will be community policing oriented and required to perform a variety of duties such as enforce city and state violations, investigate criminal activities, routine patrol duties, traffic control and traffic accident investigation, assist citizens, perform communications duties, enforce animal violations, operate an emergency vehicle in a safe and defensive manner, meet physical aspects of job, and perform other duties as job requires.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:

High school diploma or equivalent General Education Development Certificate (GED).  Must be certified as a law enforcement officer in the state of Missouri, OR currently be enrolled in a law enforcement academy, OR be eligible for licensing (waiver of MO academy requirement) as a peace officer in the state of Missouri by the Department of Public Safety (DPS), as defined in Chapter 590 of RSMo.  More information can be found on the DPS website at www.dps.mo.gov.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Employee is frequently required to sit, walk, talk and hear; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls.  Specific vision abilities required include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.  Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.  Full job description available.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be a US citizen at least 21 years of age and possess a valid Missouri Driver’s License at time of appointment.
  • Must successfully pass the following: Peer Board interview, Police Personnel Board interview, Chief’s interview, psychological test, polygraph, background investigation, physical fitness test, physical & drug screen, and weapons qualification

APPLY ROLLA POLICE DEPARTMENT, 1007 N. ELM ST., ROLLA, MO 65401

NO LATER THAN MAY 1, 2022.

RESUME REQUESTED.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER – FEMALES AND MINORITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

EMPLOYER COMPLIES WITH ALL A.D.A. REQUIREMENTS

 

E-Mailable Job Application at:  www.rollacity.org

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POLICE OFFICER  –  OLIVETTE, MO

POLICE OFFICER (2-Full-time and 1-Part-Time)

$2, 000 / $1,000    HIRING INCENTIVE FOR CERTIFIED OFFICERS   Full-time/Part-time

JOIN OUR TEAM

Appleton City  Police  Department Is seeking candidates who value a Strong commitment to community

policing and want to make a difference In our community

COMPENSATION

  • Competitive Wages
  • Holiday Pay/Full-time
  • $2,000/$1000 Hiring Incentive with a 2 year commitment
  • $1,000 Annual Residency Stipend/Full-time
    • $500 Annual Residency Stipend/Part-time

BENEFITS

  • Health Insurance – Including Vision, Dental and Life & AD&D/Full-Time
  • Vacation and Sick/Full-time

For more information or an application contact Carrie Emerson, City Clerk at acclerk@centurylink.net or call City Hall (660)476-2631.

Police Employment Application

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POLICE OFFICER  –  OLIVETTE, MO

POLICE OFFICER  

JOIN OUR TEAM – OLIVETTE

OLIVETTE Police Department

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POLICE OFFICER  –  MARCELINE, MO

POLICE OFFICER

The City of Marceline is accepting applications for a full-time police officer.  Applicants must be twenty one (21) years of age, POST certified and have a high school diploma or GED.  Applicants should have knowledge of laws, legal codes, court procedures, precedents, government regulations, the democratic political process, common safety rules, regulations, procedures and practices to include effective restraint techniques, basic first aid and CPR.  Desired applicant will have strong communication, listening, public relations, and organizational skills.  Preferred candidate will reside within a thirty-five (35) mile radius of the City or be willing to relocate within six months of hire.  Salary is based on qualifications.

Applications and job descriptions are available at Marceline City Hall or online at www.marcelinemo.us.   Please submit applications/resumes to City Clerk Lindsay Krumpelman by mail at Marceline City Hall, 116 N Main St USA, Marceline, MO 64658 or by email at lindsay.krumpelman@marcelinemo.us.

Position will remain open until filled.  Applications will be reviewed for interviews beginning on May 2, 2022.  The City of Marceline is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. The City Of Marceline reserves the right to accept/reject any applications

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POLICE OFFICER  –  CRESTWOOD, MO

POLICE OFFICER

The City of Crestwood Missouri is seeking qualified applicants to fill the position of police officer.

This entry level position requires the officer to work various duty hours. Traditional law enforcement duties include but are not limited to preventive patrol operations, traffic investigation and enforcement, criminal investigations and other services related of a peace officer.

Candidates who are already employed as peace officers are required to have a Class A level Missouri

P.O.S.T. certification, or for out-of-state applicants, expect to have received such certification via the Missouri P.O.S.T. Veteran Peace Officer Exam during this hiring process. Candidates who are not currently employed as peace officers must be attending a qualified P.O.S.T. certified police academy expecting to graduate with a minimum of 800 hours training, and a Missouri Class A Peace Officers License.

A college degree (Masters, Bachelors of Science or Arts, Associate of Science or Arts) is preferred but not required. U.S. Armed Forces service with Honorable Discharge may be substituted for the above stated college preference.

Applicants must have a valid driver’s license from their state of residence. Successful applicants will be required to take a written examination, take part in scheduled interviews, and be able to pass a thorough background examination. Successful candidates will also be required to submit to psychological testing and a physical examination before employment.

Salary Range: $57,000 – $ 76,000

For consideration, qualified applicants must submit a completed application to Janet Gravagna by email at jgravagna@cityofcrestwood.org or by mail to: Janet Gravagna, City of Crestwood, 1 Detjen Drive, Crestwood, MO 63126. An employment Application and job description may be downloaded from the City’s website at https://www.cityofcrestwood.org/166/Human-Resources or obtained at the Crestwood Government Center, One Detjen Dr., Crestwood, MO 63126.

If you would like to know more about The Crestwood Police Department please contact Officer Dion Olson at dolson@cityofcrestwood.org

Applications accepted until filled.

The City of Crestwood is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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POLICE OFFICER  –  FAYETTE, MO

POLICE OFFICER

The Fayette Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency dedicated to providing and maintaining a safe and secure community for its citizens, businesses and visitors. Fayette is a small college town with approximately 2700 residents. The department has staffing of 8 full-time officers with 7-10 reserve officers. Officers have 4-day work weeks, 10 hour shifts with 24/7 coverage.

We are currently seeking applications for the position of Corporal.  Minimum 5 years of law enforcement experience required.  Pay based on experience.

All applicants will be subject to a comprehensive background investigation. All equipment and uniforms are provided.

Fayette Police Department provides an excellent benefit package which includes paid vacation, sick leave, 11 paid holidays, group health, life insurance and fully paid retirement plan.  Pay raise after successful completion of a six-month probationary period.

The primary duties and responsibilities of a Police Officer include the prevention and suppression of crime, the investigation of offenses and the arrest of offenders, the protection of life and property, and the preservation of the peace.

Job Minimum Requirements

  • Applicants must be a U.S. citizen
  • Must be Missouri POST A licensed (Police Academy graduate)
  • Must have either a high school diploma or G.E.D.
  • Minimum age of 21
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Minimum 5 years’ experience

If interested please apply in person at the Fayette City Hall, 117 S. Main St. Fayette, MO, 65248 or download our online application below and email to dford@fayettemopd.gov.

Downloadable application City of Fayette MissouriJob Openings /Application of Employment | City of Fayette Missouri (cityoffayettemo.com)

Scholarship Opportunities may be Available

Fayette Police Department

The Fayette Police Department is a full-service law enforcement agency dedicated to providing and maintaining a safe and secure community for its citizens, businesses and visitors. Fayette is a small college town with approximately 2700 residents. The department has staffing of 8 full-time officers with 7-10 reserve officers. Officers have 4-day work weeks, 10 hour shifts with 24/7 coverage.

We are currently seeking applications for the position of Police Officer. Pay based on experience. Police Academy scholarships may be available.

All applicants will be subject to a comprehensive background investigation. All equipment and uniforms are provided.

Fayette Police Department provides an excellent benefit package which includes paid vacation, sick leave, 11 paid holidays, group health, life insurance and fully paid retirement plan.  Pay raise after successful completion of a six-month probationary period.

The primary duties and responsibilities of a Police Officer include the prevention and suppression of crime, the investigation of offenses and the arrest of offenders, the protection of life and property, and the preservation of the peace.

Job Minimum Requirements

  • Applicants must be a U.S. citizen
  • Must be Missouri POST A licensed (Police Academy graduate) or currently attending Police Academy.
  • Must have either a high school diploma or G.E.D.
  • Minimum age of 21
  • Valid driver’s licens

If interested please apply in person at the Fayette City Hall, 117 S. Main St. Fayette, MO, 65248 or download our online application below and email to dford@fayettemopd.gov.

Downloadable application City of Fayette MissouriJob Openings /Application of Employment | City of Fayette Missouri (cityoffayettemo.com)

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POLICE OFFICER  –  WASHINGTON, MO

POLICE OFFICER

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POLICE CHIEF  –  INDEPENDENCE, MO

POLICE CHIEF

Independence, MO (population 123,000) is looking for a successful police leader to be their next Chief of Police.  Independence is known as the hometown of the 33rd president of the United States, Harry S. Truman, and the starting point for the California, Oregon, and Santa Fe Trails. The Harry S. Truman Presidential Library & Museum contains exhibits detailing the life and career of the former U.S. president and hometown hero is a year-round attraction. As the “Queen City of the Trails” you can find many references to the westward expansion of the United States throughout the community including the National Frontier Trails Museum and wagon rides through the historic downtown.

Independence seeks a Police Chief with diverse experience who is able to excel in all facets of the job. A documented history of developing all staff and building succession plans is a critical skill. Candidates must be able to navigate political waters while remaining apolitical. Experience with facility development is a plus. The new chief will have the opportunity to guide the department through the challenges being faced by law enforcement at the national, regional, and local level. The department is dealing with recent critical incidents, and the new Chief will need to understand the need for department and peer support. The Chief needs to lead by example and have unquestioned integrity.

The next Chief of Police will have the following experience:

  • Must possess a bachelor’s degree; Master’s degree preferred
  • Have at least ten (10) years of service in law enforcement, including five (5) years in a supervisory position, and training which provides the knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the job.
  • Candidates should have executive management training, including but not limited to the FBI National Academy, FBI Law Enforcement Executive Development Association Trilogy Award, Police Executive Research Forum’s Senior Management Institute for Police, Center for Police Leadership and Ethics Crossing Program or similar leadership training.
  • Be an exceptional communicator, able to thoughtfully represent the interests of the Department and the City, with a high level of community engagement.
  • Will have a record of success in a leadership position in a similarly diverse community with a comparably sized municipal law enforcement agency.
  • Have extensive experience with budget development with a municipal police department.
  • Have a history of success in working in a collective bargaining environment.
  • Be proactive in addressing criminal activity while maintaining and enhancing community engagement.
  • Be a commissioned police officer by the Missouri Peace Officers Standards and Training, or able to attain certification within one (1) year of hire

Candidates must possess well developed communication and public presentation skills, utmost integrity, and be committed to the long-range success of the Independence Police Department. The Police Chief is appointed by and subject to the authority of the City Manager and is considered an at-will employee.

The starting salary range for the position is $150,000-$160,000 DOQ with an excellent benefit package. Submit resume, cover letter and contact information for 5 professional references by May 11th, 2022 to Jon Fehlman at www.GovHRjobs.com. Electronic submissions are required. Email or telephone inquiries may be directed to Jon Fehlman at 615.692.9264 or jfehlman@govhrusa.com.

All positions in the City of Independence are filled according to the Equal Rights Act with no discrimination shown on the basis of race, religion, color, sex, age, national origin, or disability.

Click Here to Apply!

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POLICE SERGEANT  –  PLATTE CITY, MO

POLICE SERGEANT 

City of Platte City Employment Opportunity POLICE SERGEANT

Salary Range: $56,353 – $81,616 Initial pay based on DOE/DOQ

Platte City Police Department is seeking a Police Sergeant. The Platte City Police Department is dedicated to providing high-quality public safety services to maintain the City’s low crime rates and exceptional quality of life for our community. Our service-minded Police Sergeants and Police Officers must be able to exercise independent judgment in complex emergency situations and become proficient with applicable local, state and federal law and ordinances. Police Sergeants and Police Officers perform various law enforcement activities and provide public safety support for multiple community events.

Education Requirements: Certified Police Officer (Missouri Class A), Minimum five (5) years experience, CPR Certification (or ability to acquire within 6 months), Breathalyzer Certification, Basic Leadership Course. Associates degree in Criminal Justice or Public Administration desired.

Qualification Requirements: Valid driver’s license, meet the minimum requirements of a Master Police Officer per the City’s progressive pay program, Demonstrated ability to work under general direction with no supervision, Demonstrated ability to adjust to circumstances, apply skills and technical knowledge as required by circumstances, demonstrated ability to works as a team member and follow and carry out orders and Demonstrated ability to effectively assist and communicate with staff and general public.

Additional Requirements: Must be able to pass required background investigation and work 12 hour shifts (weekends and holidays) with a rotation in shift every 12 weeks.

Benefit packages include health, dental, vision and life insurance, long term disability insurance; Missouri LAGERS retirement and a matching deferred compensation plan.

Applications and Resumes can be submitted by Email, Online (www.plattecity.org), Mail or In-Person:

City of Platte City, Attn: Human Resources 400 Main Street, Platte City, MO 64079

 humanresources@plattecity.org

Platte City is an EEO/ADA compliant employer. For additional information contact Human Resources at 816 858 3046 or by email at humanresources@plattecity.org.

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POLICE OFFICER  –  BROOKFIELD, MO

POLICE OFFICER 

We now offer a $3,500.00 SIGN ON BONUS for individuals currently holding a valid Missouri POST license.

The Brookfield Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Starting salary is $36,442.00 annually with a pay raise after successful completion of a six-month probationary period.  The Brookfield Police Department has several incremental pay levels as the employee continues their dedication to our department.   Current maximum salary for the position of Police Officer is $50,690.00.

Benefits include: 100 % department paid-LAGERS retirement system, 100% department paid medical insurance for employees, paid overtime, paid vacation, paid sick leave and 11 paid holidays each year.  Department supplied training, uniforms and equipment.

The Brookfield Police Department is a proactive department with 12 sworn officers involved in community events.  Officers continually train in new areas. We have specially trained officers involved in DARE, SRO, Type II, SWAT, K9, Evidence Management, Hazmat Ops, FFI & FFII as well as several other areas. We also have officers certified to instruct in Less Lethal Munitions, Taser, Radar, PPCT, Firearms and Livescan.

Qualified applicants must hold valid Missouri Peace Officer license or be attending an academy, have a valid Missouri driver’s license, pass oral board, written test and background investigation.  Protentional for lateral transfer for well qualified applicants.

To obtain an application, stop by the police department or send your resume and cover letter to the Brookfield Police Department, Attn: Personnel Officer, 116 W. Brooks St., Brookfield, MO 64628. Applications can also be obtained online at: http://www.brookfieldcity.com. Deadline for resume and completed application to be submitted: Open until filled.

Questions? Call 660-258-3385 and ask for extension 210 or extension 245.  We welcome individuals meet our staff in person or request a ride-along. The Brookfield Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER / 911 DISPATCHER –  CITY OF TRENTON, MO

COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER / 911 DISPATCHER

The City of Trenton currently has an opening for the position of Communications Officer/911 Dispatcher. This opening is immediate and will be filled as soon as possible. Applicants must be at least eighteen years of age at time of appointment with a high school diploma or equivalent with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. Applicants must pass performance testing, an oral interview, a complete background investigation, and a pre-employment drug screening examination.

Benefits for Communications Officer/911 Dispatcher include employee health insurance with family coverage available, paid time off, major medical leave, life insurance, vision coverage available, dental coverage available, paid holidays, and L.A.G.E.R.S. retirement.

Entry level salary for a Communications Officer/911 Dispatcher is currently $33,134.

Trenton is the county seat of Grundy County with a population of approximately 6000. Trenton is a rural community located on U.S. 65 in north central Missouri and the home of North Central Missouri College. Our police department employs twelve full-time Police Officers, four part-time Police Officers, six Communication Officers, and an Animal Control Officer. We participate in various community focused programs including a multi-jurisdictional tactical team.

Applications can be requested at the Trenton Police Station or by contacting the Trenton Police Department, 610 Main Street, Trenton, Missouri 64683 or by calling (660) 359-2121 or (660) 359-5557 or by e-mailing snuffer@trentonmo.com .

The City of Trenton is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify as a part of Missouri Immigration Law.

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POLICE OFFICER –  ARNOLD, MO

POLICE OFFICER

Full-time job

The City of Arnold Police Department is now interviewing qualified men and women for immediate openings for a Police Officer.

The City of Arnold is the largest municipality in Jefferson County, Missouri. The Police Department continues to increase in personnel, as the area rapidly increases in population. The men and women of the Arnold Police Department provide many services to the community. Among these are investigative, traffic, canine, patrol, community relations, school resource officer, business resource officers, crime suppression unit, narcotics investigations, community policing, and problem solving.

Benefits

  • Excellent Starting Salary of $54,019 – $57,266 Depending on Education. Top Out Pay of $75,640 – $80,208.
    • Tuition Assistance/Reimbursement
    • Dental Plan Available
    • Paid Group Health Insurance
    • Uniform and Firearm Provided
    • Excellent Vacation Plan
    • Life Insurance
    • 12 Paid Holidays
    • State-of-the-Art Police Facility
    • State-of-the-Art Equipment

     

    Requirements

    • 21 Years of Age
    • United States Citizen
    • High School Diploma or Equivalent – Higher Education Preferred But Not Required
    • No Criminal Record
    • Valid Missouri Driver’s License
    • Good Moral Character
    • Graduate of a 640-hour POST Certified Police Academy
    • Pass the Following:
    – Written Test
    – Oral Interview
    – Background Investigation
    – Polygraph / CVSA Examination
    – Psychiatric Examination
    – Medical Examination

    To Apply

    Applications are available at the City of Arnold Police Department or online at ArnoldMO.org (search term “police application”) and should be returned to:

    City of Arnold Police Department
    Attention: Administrative Assistant to the Chief
    2101 Jeffco Blvd.
    Arnold, MO 63010

    OR email completed form to: rrobinson@arnoldmo.org

For additional information, call 636-296-3204.

The City of Arnold is an Equal Opportunity Employer and will not engage in practices which exclude any person for employment or employment opportunity on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, military status, lawful political affiliation of handicap.

2101 Jeffco Blvd
Arnold, MO 63010-2742

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POLICE OFFICER –  Bellefontaine Neighbors, MO

POLICE OFFICER

Status: Full-time position

Rate: Starting at $50,000 -$53,060, D.O.E.

 

Primary Duties

Performs a variety of line-level tasks, patrol, protection, enforcement, and community engagement.

Benefits include: 

  • MO Lagers Pension L-6, 457 Retirement Plan & 401A City Match Plan
  • Medical, Dental, Vision, Life and various voluntary benefit plans
  • Tuition Reimbursement
  • 11 Paid Holidays
  • Paid Vacation and Sick Leave
  • 12 Hr Shifts with 2 Month Rotations- (3 day weekends off 2 x per month)
  • 1 Kelly Day off every 28 day period
  • Uniforms and Accessories paid for by the department
    • Covert, Ripstop, Water Resistant Uniforms
    • Load-Bearing Vest and Nylon Gear
  • Training Opportunities
  • New Fleet Vehicles and Equipment
  • Secondary Work Approved After Hire
  • Collective Bargaining Agreement
  • Streamlined Hiring Process with No P.T. Exam

Minimum Job Requirements

  • Applicants must be a U.S. citizen
  • Must have either a high school diploma or G.E.D.
  • No felony record or serious misdemeanor record
  • Must be Missouri POST A licensed (Police Academy graduate)
  • Minimum age of 21
  • Valid driver’s license
  • Must have had an honorable discharge from the military, if applicable;
  • May not have participated in a Bellefontaine Neighbors Police Department hiring process within the past six (6) months.

 

Where to apply:  https://www.cityofbn.com/departments/police/job-opportunities

Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Veteran/Disabled

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POLICE CHIEF –   CITY of MAPLEWOOD, MO

POLICE CHIEF

The City of Maplewood, Missouri, is accepting applications from qualified individuals for the position of Police Chief.  A competitive salary and excellent fringe package are provided with a salary range of $106,400 to $143,500 depending on experience. The Maplewood Police Department serves a population of 8, 000 residents.  The City of Maplewood covers an area of 1.5 square miles and borders St. Louis City and the municipalities of Brentwood, Richmond Heights, Shrewsbury, and Webster Groves.  The City of Maplewood offers vibrant neighborhoods, lively community life, wonderful parks, and a thriving historic downtown.

Under the appointment and guidance of the City Manager, the Chief of Police is responsible for all police department services and activities.  The Chief of Police performs a variety of complex administrative, supervisory, and professional work in planning, coordinating, and directing the activities of the police department.  The Chief of Police directs the implementation of an annual budget of $4,500,000.  The Maplewood Police Department consists of thirty-three commissioned police officers and two civilian employees.  The Maplewood Police Department is a CALEA accredited agency.  The City of Maplewood is seeking a Chief of Police who can create a vision statement for the police department and who can continue the progress the police department has achieved in terms of professionalism, productivity and community service.  An important responsibility of the Chief of Police is promoting efforts in community policing and community-oriented programs.

Applicants for the position should possess a minimum of 10 years of progressively responsible full-time experience in a law enforcement agency of equivalent size and characteristics, including at least five years in a responsible command or upper management position,  preferably in a police department  of comparable size and characteristics; and a Bachelor’s Degree in criminal justice, police administration, public/business administration or closely related field from an accredited college or university. Advanced management training from the FBI National Academy, Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command, Southern Police Institute, or the equivalent is preferred. An equivalent combination of experience, training and education will be considered. Candidates must possess excellent written and oral communication skills; strong leadership ability; be able to work effectively with local elected and appointed officials and community representatives; have a strong commitment to quality-based police service; and have the ability to foster and maintain a high level of professional and ethical conduct among members of the Police Department.

Qualified persons should submit a resume of experience and qualifications, letter of interest, salary history and not less than five personal or professional references to Charles D. Hale, President, Resource Management Associates, 17730 S. Oak Park Avenue, Tinley Park, Illinois 60477, (708) 444-2326, Fax: (708) 444-2326, Email: rma2500@gmail.com. Maplewood is an Equal Opportunity Employer and qualified women and minority group members are encouraged to apply. Closing date for receipt of applications is March 30, 2022.

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POLICE OFFICER  (Full-time)  and RESERVE OFFICER-   ELSBERRY, MO

POLICE OFFICERS and RESERVE OFFICE

The City of Elsberry is seeking qualified applicants for the position of full-time and Reserve Police Officer.  Candidates must possess a current peace officer license from the State of Missouri.

Home to approximately 2,500 residence, the city of Elsberry is defined less by boundaries on a map than by the sense of shared values our residents hold dear.  We take pride in maintaining a wholesome lifestyle, rich in cultural history, a deep commitment to preserving our environment, and a progressive local business approach.

Benefits

  • Holidays:  Nine holidays.
  • Uniforms Equipment: All uniforms and equipment provided.
  • Insurance: Medical, dental, life, and workers compensation insurance are provided to the employee. Family plans are available through payroll deduction. A portion of the family plan is covered by the city.
  • Pension Lagers: Pension plan is a noncontributory plan supplied. Vested after five years of service.

Salary     $41,610.00-44,688

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POLICE OFFICER-   EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, MO

POLICE OFFICERS

$4,000 hiring bonus agreement is available

Only applicants with current Missouri P.O.S.T. certification, or those currently enrolled in a P.O.S.T-approved law enforcement academy, will be considered.

GENERAL DUTIES

This is a responsible position in law enforcement involving the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances and performing other related work as required.

General duties involve responsibility for the protection of life and property, prevention of crime, apprehension of criminals, and the enforcement of laws and ordinances in a designated area on an assigned shift.  Work includes the patrolling of assigned areas, enforcement of traffic regulations, accident and crime scene investigations, and special assignments.  Work involves an element of personal independent judgment in meeting complex and emergency situations.  Work assignments and instructions are received in general terms from a superior officer who reviews work methods and results through reports, observations, and discussions.

SALARY AND BENEFITS

The Excelsior Springs Police Department offers a starting annual base salary of $46,000 with excellent benefits, which includes ten (10) paid holidays, 12 hour shifts with alternating 3-day weekends, overtime pay, vacation pay, holiday pay, sick leave, life insurance, health, dental and vision insurance, and a pension plan.  The City of Excelsior Springs supplies all of your police uniforms and equipment (including a duty weapon and an off-duty weapon), and uniform cleaning. A $4,000.00 hiring bonus with a signed employment agreement is available.

ABOUT THE CITY OF EXCELSIOR SPRINGS

The City of Excelsior Springs is a suburb of Kansas City that is in both Clay and Ray Counties, and has a population of over 11,500.   Excelsior Springs is approximately 11 square miles in land area, and is home to the historic Elms Resort and Spa, a new $14 million community center, a progressive school district with excellent facilities, a large pasta manufacturing plant, a Walmart Supercenter, a new microbrewery restaurant, multiple wineries, and all three major US-based automobile dealerships.

The Excelsior Springs Police Department is authorized 24 full time police officer positions, which include administration, investigations, patrol and SRO staff.  We have our own 9-1-1 PSAP, which dispatches for police, fire and ambulance.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

  • Must be 21 years of age and a U. S. citizen or lawfully authorized alien worker.
  • Must be able to pass a background check.
  • Ability to pass a physical exam and drug test.
  • Knowledge of Federal, State, and local laws.
  • Willingness to work shifts, holidays, weekends and be on call 24/7.
  • Missouri P.O.S.T certification, or currently enrolled in an approved academy.
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HIRING PROCESS

The Excelsior Springs Police Department applicant screening process consists of the following steps:

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POLICE OFFICER-   Grain Valley, MO

POLICE OFFICER (Full-Time)

Grain Valley is located in Eastern Jackson County along I- 70, just east of Kansas City with an approximate population of 14,000   Grain Valley Police Department has 24- full-time sworn Officers which include Patrol, Detectives, and School Resource Officers.     STARTING PAY – $20.45 PER HOUR (Including Full Benefits)

Applications are available at WWW.CITYOFGRAINVALLEY.ORG

For questions, call 816-847-6250

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POLICE OFFICER-   Foristell, MO

POLICE OFFICER 

The City of Foristell is accepting applications for a full time Police Officer. Must be POST Certified within the State of Missouri, be 21 years old, and have a valid MO driver’s license.  12 Paid Holidays, LAGERS retirement 100% covered by the City, medical and dental, vacation and 60 hours personal time a year.  Officers are provided with uniforms, duty weapon and body armor.  12 hour shifts provide 26 Fri –Sat – Sun weekends a year.

Applications can be obtained at www.cityofforistell.org click link to Police Department and scroll to the bottom of the site.  Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

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POLICE OFFICER-   Hermann, MO

POLICE OFFICER (Full-Time)

The Hermann Police Department is currently accepting applications for a full-time police officer position at the Hermann Police Department. Applicants must possess a current Missouri P.O.S.T certification. Experience is preferred, but not required to apply for the position. The Hermann Police Department is also offering a $2,000 hiring incentive. All applicants will be subject to a comprehensive background investigation. For further information on the hiring incentive, please contact the Chief of Police at (573) 486-2211 or by email at chief@hermannpd.com

All equipment and uniforms are provided. The Hermann Police Department has an excellent work schedule. The City of Hermann offers a complete benefits package and 12 paid holidays. Starting pay is $18.00 per hour.

Applications and other information may be obtained at the Hermann Police Department located at 1902 Jefferson Street in Hermann or by calling (573) 486-2211 for a fax or emailed copy of an application. You can also go to Hermannmo.com to submit an application.

The City of Hermann is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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POLICE LIEUTENANT –   Lamar, MO

POLICE LIEUTENANT

The City of Lamar, Missouri is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Police Lieutenant. The Lieutenant will be responsible for field supervision for all patrol officers and perform the duties of an Assistant Police Chief. The ideal candidate will be team oriented and possess exceptional leadership and communications skills, with a record of community involvement and an ability to establish strong relationships with neighborhoods, the business community, law enforcement agencies and governmental organizations.

Qualifications:

Experience: Minimum of Ten (10) years of law enforcement experience with a minimum of five (5) years of supervisory experience. Salary commensurate with experience; medical insurance and other benefits provided.

Education: Applicant must possess a State of Missouri POST Certification or be able to obtain certification prior to hire date. A Bachelor’s degree in management or a law enforcement associated field of study is preferred,

 This position is open until filled; the first review deadline is Monday, March 14, 2022, at 4:00 p.m.

How to Apply: To be considered for this position, please forward a cover letter, your resume showing your qualifications for the position and an application which can be obtained at :

The City of Lamar

Assistant City Manager Rusty Rives,

1104 Broadway Lamar Mo 64759

 Or send it by email to rrives@lamarmo.org

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POLICE CHIEF  –  Willow Springs, MO

POLICE CHIEF

The City of Willow Springs is accepting applications for a full-time Police Chief.  Qualifications include having a bachelor’s degree in Police Science, Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice, Public Administration, or a closely related field, OR at least 7 years of progressively increasing responsibility and experience in law enforcement administration.  Applicants must also be P.O.S.T. Certified; and must possess or be able to obtain by date of hire a valid State Driver’s License without record of suspension or revocation in any state.  Excellent benefits package.  Full job description available at City Hall, along with a complete list of required skills, experience, and training.  The City of Willow Springs is a drug-free workplace.  Pre-employment drug test is required.   Please contact City Hall with any questions at 417-469-2107.  Applications may be obtained at City Hall, 900 W. Main Street and will be accepted through March 11, 2022.  The City of Willow Springs is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  wscity@willowspringsmo.com

City of Willow Springs

P.O. Box 190

Willow Springs, MO 65793

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POLICE OFFICER  – GALLATIN, MO

POLICE OFFICER (Full-Time and Part-Time)

THE GALLATIN POLICE DEPARTMENT IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FULL AND PART-TIME POLICE OFFICERS

Only applicants with current Missouri P.O.S.T. certification, or those nearing completion of a P.O.S.T-approved law enforcement academy, will be considered.

GENERAL DUTIES:

This is a responsible position in law enforcement involving the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances and performing other related work as required. General duties involve responsibility for the protection of life and property, prevention of crime, apprehension of criminals, and the enforcement of laws and ordinances in a designated area on an assigned shift. Work includes the patrolling of assigned areas, enforcement of traffic regulations, accident and crime scene investigations, and special assignments. Work involves an element of personal independent judgment in meeting complex and emergency situations. Interested applicants should contact the Gallatin Police Department at (660) 663-3580 or send a resume to Gallatin Police Department 112 E. Grand Gallatin, Mo. 64640.

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POLICE OFFICER  – City of St. Peters, MO

POLICE OFFICER

Closes On: April 30, 2022 at 11:59 PM CST

Job Status: Full-Time

Days Worked: Sun., Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat.

Status: Accepting Applications

Details: $28.62 – $30.82 depending on qualifications and experience. This posting is open until filled and application deadline will be extended as needed.

To Apply or View Full Job Description:

https://www.stpetersmo.net

Equal Employment Opportunity

The City of St. Peters provides equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals. Employment decisions will be based on merit, qualifications and abilities. The City of St. Peters does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the bases of race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, citizenship, status as a veteran, physical or mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic identity or any other characteristic protected by law.

Pursuant to Missouri state law, the City of St. Peters participates in the E-Verify program to verify the eligibility of every newly hired employee to work in the United States.

Thorough background, education and criminal record checks will be completed. Physical and Drug screening required prior to employment. All employees fall under the City’s Alcohol & Controlled Substance Use, Abuse and Testing Policy.

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POLICE OFFICER  -St. Clair Police Department

POLICE OFFICER

Applicants must:

-Be a minimum of 21 years of age

-Possess a high school diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.)

-Possess a Missouri Department of Public Safety Class A, P.O.S.T. License upon appointment

-Possess or can possess at time of appointment a valid Missouri driver’s license

-Have no felony convictions

Salary/Benefits

Salary:

Starting pay for a police officer is $23.00 per hour/$47,840.00 per year

Also included in base pay is 96 hours of paid holidays, which brings the pay to $50,048.00 year

Pay scale with set raises in five-year increments in addition to annual cost of living raises

10 paid PTO days after one year of service

Allowed to build 40 hours of comp time

Other Benefits include:

Paid Lagers Retirement by The City of St. Clair (L-6)

Health Insurance provided (90% city paid, $750 deductible)

Vision/Dental available at employee expense

Short term Disability available at employee expense

 

Applicants can be picked up at the St. Clair Police Department, #1 Paul Parks Dr., St. Clair, MO 63077, Monday through Friday, 8:00 am to 4:00 pm.

The City of St. Clair is an Equal Opportunity Employer

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POLICE CHIEF – Jefferson City, MO

POLICE CHIEF

Salary:  $43.55 – $65.33 Hourly,  $7,549.48 – $11,324.23 Monthly, $90,593.81 – $135,890.75 Annually

Opening Date: 02/04/2022 Closing Date: 03/20/2022

The City of Jefferson is currently accepting applications for Police Chief for the Jefferson City Police Department. This position will lead and coordinate all law enforcement efforts in Jefferson City to prevent crimes and protect lives. The ideal candidate will lead the department with a high degree of accountability, integrity and ethics and promote transparency and community engagement at all levels.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:

  • Fosters strong healthy relationships with the public, other local emergency responders and other City Departments.
  • Prepares and presents oral and written reports; coordinates communication efforts with the public; consults with City officials to determine operation objectives
  • Participates in public functions; maintains criminal and operational records to ensure communication links between the department and other governmental areas are open.
  • Plans and implements a law enforcement program for the City in order to better carry out the policies and goals of the City Council; reviews department performance and effectiveness and formulates programs or policies to alleviate deficiencies.
  • Oversees professional standards, policies and procedure and development of long- and short-term goals for the departments and divisions.
  • Ensures all actions of the Department are in compliance with local, state, and federal laws.
  • Develops, manages, and monitors all aspects of the Police Department budget, administers Department’s budget to ensure financial resources to maintain law and order in Jefferson City.
  • Attends meetings with City officials; provides feedback regarding the department’s operations; plans future meetings to ensure actions taken as a result of these meetings are properly documented.
  • Attends citizens’ meetings to explain policy and regulations.
  • Determines employee work objectives; conducts performance appraisals; coordinates disciplinary actions; coordinates commendations; writes and distributes recommendations to policy development to ensure professional development of employees.
  • Handles grievances; maintains departmental discipline and the conduct and general behavior of assigned personnel.
  • Prepares and submits periodic reports to the City Administrator and City Council regarding the Department’s activities, and prepares a variety of other reports as appropriate.
  • Cooperates with county, state and federal law enforcement officers as appropriate where activities of the police department are involved.
  • Enforces and maintains compliance with all federal, state, and local laws and ordinances.
  • Develops short- and long-term planning for department staffing and identification of City-wide needs.
  • Oversees the research of types of equipment, supplies, services, or contracts the City should engage related to department functions, including bid specifications for equipment and projects.
  • Receives and investigates, or assigns investigation of, employee matters, and follows up to ensure adequate resolution.
  • Defines and monitors performance, productivity, and compliance of subordinates with departmental mission, goals, objectives, policies, and procedures to ensure all work meets the required expectations of both the department and the City.

TYPICAL QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Requires an accredited bachelors’ degree in Political Science, Criminal Justice or related field and ten years’ experience in police operations and administration.
  • Must possess a valid Missouri Driver’s License with a good driving record; no felony convictions nor convictions of crimes of moral indecency and possess a Missouri State License as a Commissioned Law Enforcement Officer within 6 months of hire.
  • Physical: Able to sit for up to eight hours per day; and react calmly in stressful situations.
  • Mental: Ability to give oral and written instructions; write clear and comprehensive reports; analyze situations quickly and objectively; make sound decisions consistent with established policies and procedures; establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, public officials, local, state and federal authorities, civic leaders, and the community; manage the technical aspects of various police activities; plan, manage and delegate a variety of work activities; and motivate departmental employees.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:

Must reside in City Limits within 6 months of the first day of employment, exceptions may be approved by the City Council. This position is appointed by the Mayor and Council at the recommendation of the City Administrator.

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POLICE OFFICER  – City of Lake Lotawana

The City of Lake Lotawana, Missouri, Police Department is currently accepting resumes and applications for the position of Full Time Police Officer.  The successful applicant must be Missouri Class A POST certified Police Officer or able to obtain certification within one month from the date of hire.  The position entails: patrol, basic investigation, traffic and city code enforcement activities.

The Lake Lotawana, Missouri is a fourth-class city in the KC/MO metropolitan area with a population of 2,000 full time residents and an increase in the residential population during the summer months.  For its size LLPD is a cutting-edge department performing the challenging work of law enforcement and community service.  Opportunities at LLPD include Uniform Patrol, Working Hazardous Moving Grants, DUI Enforcement Grants, Community Outreach, and Limited Investigations.  All Patrol Officers operates on 12-hour rotational shifts, with three-day weekends off twice a month.

Salary & Benefits:  All uniforms and equipment are provided.  Starting hourly wage is $20.00, years of service are taken into consideration.  A full range of insurance and retirement benefits are available.

Qualifications:  High School diploma or equivalent mandatory; college degree and/or additional continuing educations is preferred; Missouri Class A Post Certification; minimum age 21.

Physical Requirements:  Ability to remain on your feet for an extended period of time, in every weather condition.

Process:  The selection process will include board interview, full background investigation, polygraph or CVSA exam, psychological and medical exams, as well as a drug screening.

Apply:  Applications may be downloaded at www.lakelotawana.org/employment.html.  Once completed, the “Police Department Position Application” and “Authorization for Release of Pre-Employment Information” forms may be scanned and emailed to jmccain@lakelotawanapd.org, or may be posted to the address below to the attention of Chief J. McCain.

Applicants must also email or mail a resume and a brief cover letter of interest to Chief McCain.  Please, NO PHONE CALLS.

The City of Lake Lotawana is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

City of Lake Lotawana, 100 Lake Lotawana Road, Lake Lotawana, MO 64086     Fax (816)-578-5714                        www.lakelotawana.org

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POLICE OFFICER  – University of Missouri-Kansas, MO

POLICE OFFICER (5)

Duties Include

  • Patrol assigned area by motor vehicle, bicycle or on foot to prevent, discover, and deter the commission of crime, enforce university rules and regulations, provide personal and property               security and traffic law enforcement. Observe and make note of suspicious persons, possible      violators, hazardous conditions or unusual situations.
  • Check buildings and property following security procedures; lock entryways and points of access as scheduled, take note and report evidence of damage and possible break-ins.
  • Observe public or student gatherings and analyze developments to determine if need for action.
  • Respond to emergency alarms and dispatched calls regarding a variety of services including illness, accidents, disturbances, crime and other acts against persons or property, animal              control, and motorist assistance. Provide necessary assistance and take appropriate action       based on analysis of situation and facts.
  • Assist in parking operations activities including issuing citations and ordering vehicle removals. Perform traffic control duties to include directing automobile and pedestrian traffic to maintain   safe and efficient flow. Issue warnings or citations to drivers when violations of traffic laws when         May administer field sobriety tests.
  • Conduct preliminary investigations of incidents as necessary; collect and preserve physical evidence, protect crime scene, interview suspects and witnesses, and file appropriate reports as     directed by federal, state or local legal requirements. Prepare court cases and provide legal   testimony in response to subpoena as witness and/or reporting officer to crime.
  • Will arrest individuals who have committed crimes. Officer will process arrested individuals by taking photographs, obtaining fingerprints, and writing arrest reports, transports violators to
  • Provide escort service for designated individuals, money messengers, and assists with special events on campus.
  • Renders first aid as needed, following prescribed procedures and victim / personal safety
  • Provide general assistance and information to students, staff and the public.
  • Assist federal, state, county and local law enforcement authorities as requested or dispatched.
  • Prepare and file daily activity reports of disturbances, accidents, crimes and tickets issued in prescribed format.
  • May be assigned to specialized units on a temporary basis to include investigations, accreditation, or community engagement.
  • May be assigned as a field training officer for future new hires.

Minimum Qualifications

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • A valid state issued operator’s license
  • Missouri POST certification is required prior to start date
  • Strong, verbal communication skills

Preferred Qualifications

  • 2 years active-duty military service with an honorable discharge OR 2 years’ experience as full- time POST certified peace officer
  • Advanced level of education and stable job history preferred.
  • A safe driving record is required while a driving record without violations/summonses/arrests is
  • Commensurate mental and physical skills necessary to walk/stand for long periods, respond to emergencies, and maintain order among individuals and groups are necessary.

Openings

  • Agency currently has several openings for Police Officer.

Full Time/Part Time

  • Full Time with all equipment and uniforms provided with exception of footwear.

Salary

  • Starting salary is $24.42 per hour ($50,793.60 yearly) without overtime or holiday pay.   Overtime is paid at one and a half times the officer’s hourly rate after 40 hours of worked time.

Shift

  • Police Officers will be assigned to one of the three shifts (days, evenings or nights). The department is currently looking at going to 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off.

Application Deadline

  • Open Until Filled

Application Instructions 

Applicants must combine all application materials (cover letter, resume, and list of three references with contact information) into one PDF or Microsoft Word document and upload as a resume attachment.

https://info.umkc.edu/hr/careers/staff-positions/

If you are experiencing technical problems, please call (855) 524-0002.

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POLICE CHIEF  – Kahoka, MO

POLICE CHIEF

Kahoka is a relaxed but: active rural community  in the northeast corner of Missouri and the County Seat is Clark County.  The Kahoka Police Department is a 4-Officer department looking for dedicated, energetic Chief of Police.  The Chief of Kahoka Police Department is responsible for a wide range of duties.  The New Chief will be required to successfully complete a minimum 90-Day probationary period

QUALIFICATIONS; include but not limited. to:

1.   US Citizen

2.   21 years of age

3.   Possess a valid Missouri Driver’s License (if hired out-of-state must have with-in 30 days after employment

4.   POST Certified.

5.    Be of strong moral and. ethical character

6.  No previous criminal history involving felonies or domestic violence.

7.  High school diploma. or GED

BENEFITS INCLUDE:

  1. Uniform Allowance
  2. Paid and sick leave (Full-time)
  3. Medical, Life and Dental Insurance (Full-time)
  4. Strong productive working relationship with other local agencies

All inquires or application. requests can. be made to the Kahoka Police Department at 660- 727-2512 or 660-727-3711 (City Hall)

The Kahoka Police Department: is an equal opportunity employer

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POLICE OFFICER  – Boonville, MO

POLICE OFFICER

Police Officer: The Boonville Police Department has an immediate opening for police officer. Applicants must be in good health and be able to successfully complete a high-level training program. Must be 21 years of age and be P.O.S.T. certified or currently in a training academy. Starting Salary is $38,559.04 ($18.54 per hour). Under FSLA Rules officer’s work 7-12-hour shifts per pay period or 84-hours for total compensation of $40,487.20 per year. Overtime will be paid for anything over 86-hours per pay period.

The City of Boonville offers eleven holidays as listed. These are paid holidays if you are off work and aid overtime if you work the holiday.

  • New Year Days
  • Martin Luther King Jr.’s Holiday
  • Presidents’ Day (for Fire Department, floating holiday)
  • Memorial Day
  • Independence Day
  • Labor Day
  • Thanksgiving Day
  • Day after Thanksgiving
  • Christmas Day
  • Employee’s Birthday
  • Floating Holiday (one per calendar year

The City of Boonville provides an excellent benefit package which includes paid vacation, sick leave, group health, life insurance and fully paid retirement plan.  Applicants will be subject to written examination, physical fitness testing, Pre-employment physical, and drug screening at the discretion of the city.  For further information contact the Boonville Police Department 401 East Morgan Street Boonville, Mo. 65233 or email Asst Chief Randall Ayers at randy.ayers@boonvillepd.org

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. EOE for race, sex, and handicapped status.

For Application, please copy and paste the following link:

http://boonvillemo.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/30e68d1f-7087-46d3-89a1-d613c0abcd66.pdf

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Job Opportunities

The Missouri Police Chiefs Association provides local and state law enforcement agencies to advertise employment opportunities for police chiefs, supervisory positions, law enforcement officers, communication officers, and other positions within their organization.  Information on the position and access to employment applications can be e-mailed to cbuschjost@mopca.com

*NOTE: Must provide Job Expire Date.

 

POLICE OFFICER –   TROY, MO

POLICE OFFICER

Answer the call to serve and protect! The City of Troy, Missouri seeks a full-time Police Officer. The pay range for this position is $47,261 to $48,681 per year, DOQ.

Troy offers generous benefits, including paid medical insurance, paid holidays, paid vacation, personal days, sick leave benefits, tuition reimbursement, and LAGERS pension.

The City of Troy promotes work-life balance. Police officers work alternating 12-hour shifts, allowing them to have every other weekend (Friday, Saturday and Sunday) off.


ABOUT THE CITY OF TROY

The City of Troy is a growing community nestled in the heart of Lincoln County and just an hour from St. Louis. Troy offers the best of both worlds with a balance of rural charm and suburban convenience. Troy’s picturesque parks system features walking trails, ball fields, acres of grassy picnic areas, a duck pond, a skate park, and rentable pavilion space. Our city government seeks to provide exceptional public facilities and infrastructure, safe streets, and a well-planned framework for sustainable development and prosperity.

We care about our community and are happy to play a part in its future. Our work is based on collaboration, trust, service, communication, integrity, and excellence. The City of Troy believes that each employee makes a significant contribution to our success. This is why we offer competitive pay, excellent benefits, and a supportive working environment.

Are you self-motivated with a strong work ethic? Do you have exceptional people skills? If so, you may be perfect for this position!

ARE YOU READY TO JOIN OUR TEAM?

If you’re right for this position, fill out our initial 3-minute, mobile-friendly application. We look forward to meeting you! The deadline to apply is Friday, April 8, 2022.

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POLICE OFFICER –   GLENDALE, MO

POLICE OFFICER

The City of Glendale, Missouri is accepting applications for the position of Full Time Police Officer.  Qualified applicants must be Missouri POST Certified for a First-Class County, possess a clear and valid Missouri Driver’s License, have no criminal record, be a High School graduate with some college preferred, and be able to complete written testing and oral board interviews.  Starting salary is $51,262, plus benefits.  Benefits include paid health and life insurance, paid vacation, 9 paid holidays (an additional $2,894 annually), paid sick leave, LAGERS (L6) pension and a uniform allowance.

Applications available at the Glendale Police Department, 424 N. Sappington Road, Glendale, Missouri 63122, or by download at www.glendalemo.org/now-hiring-police-officer

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. 

Equal Opportunity Employer. 

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POLICE OFFICER and RESERVE POSITIONS –  MONETT, MO

POLICE OFFICER / RESERVE 

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PLEASE SEE ATTACHED FLYER

2022 Police Officer Ad

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POLICE OFFICER –   RAYTOWN, MO

POLICE OFFICER

The Raytown Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer.  The base salary is 20.93 an hour, which includes nine paid holidays and three personal days. For experienced officers, lateral pay is considered. The base salary for a Non-P.O.S.T. police officer applicants is 10% lower than Class A officers while attending the academy.

Non-P.O.S.T. police officer applicants that are hired will attend the Kansas City Regional Police Academy for their training. If there is not an Academy at the time of hire you will be placed in a different division within the Raytown Police Department until the start of the Academy.  Upon completion of the Academy, you will continue your training at the Raytown Police Department, where you will complete a 14-week field training program with a Field Training Officer (FTO).

The Raytown Police Department offers good pay and benefits, as well as supplying all your police required equipment (including weapons).  Additional benefits include a clothing allowance, overtime pay, shift differential, vacation pay, holiday pay, sick leave, life insurance, disability, health and dental insurance plans, pension plan, and a voluntary deferred compensation plan.

If you have any questions, contact Sgt. Aaron Hixon 816-737-6113 or hixona@raytownpolice.org

For an application, please go to our website https://www.raytownpolice.org/police-officer-job-description

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POLICE DISPATCHER –   RAYTOWN, MO

POLICE DISPATCHER

The Raytown Police Department is currently hiring full time police dispatchers. Starting pay is $17.78 per hour for those with no previous law enforcement dispatch experience. For those with law enforcement experience the hourly rate is based on years of experience and ranges from $19.38 to $25.10 per hour. An additional 5% shift differential will apply for employees working a night shift. Experience is not required, and applicants are not required to reside in the City of Raytown. This position is open until filled.

Key responsibilities of this position include answering emergency and non-emergency voice lines, communicate effectively with citizens to determine nature and location of incidents, dispatch and relay information to officers in the field via radio, and entering information as received into the Computer Aided Dispatch system.

Applicants must possess strong multi-tasking skills, strong customer service skills and the ability to remain calm during high stress situations.

The Department offers 18 to 20 weeks of paid in-house training. Additional benefits include vacation pay, sick leave, nine paid holidays, three floating holidays, life, health, dental and vision insurance, deferred compensation plan with employer match of up to 4%, as well as a Missouri LAGERS retirement plan.

Minimum Qualifications:

High School Diploma or equivalent

Must be at least 18 years of age

Successfully complete criticall testing

Pass a comprehensive background check

If you have any questions, contact Capt. Candice Schwarz at 816-737-6105 or at schwarzc@raytownpolice.org.

For additional information or to apply for this position, please go to www.raytownpolice.org

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POLICE LIEUTENANT –   Lamar, MO

POLICE LIEUTENANT

The City of Lamar, Missouri is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Police Lieutenant. The Lieutenant will be responsible for field supervision for all patrol officers and perform the duties of an Assistant Police Chief. The ideal candidate will be team oriented and possess exceptional leadership and communications skills, with a record of community involvement and an ability to establish strong relationships with neighborhoods, the business community, law enforcement agencies and governmental organizations.

Qualifications:

Experience: Minimum of Ten (10) years of law enforcement experience with a minimum of five (5) years of supervisory experience. Salary commensurate with experience; medical insurance and other benefits provided.

Education: Applicant must possess a State of Missouri POST Certification or be able to obtain certification prior to hire date. A Bachelor’s degree in management or a law enforcement associated field of study is preferred,

 This position is open until filled; the first review deadline is Monday, March 14, 2022, at 4:00 p.m.

How to Apply: To be considered for this position, please forward a cover letter, your resume showing your qualifications for the position and an application which can be obtained at :

The City of Lamar

Assistant City Manager Rusty Rives,

1104 Broadway Lamar Mo 64759

 Or send it by email to rrives@lamarmo.org

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POLICE OFFICERS –   UMKC Police Department

POLICE OFFICERS (7)

Hiring Department

UMKC Police Department

Job Description 

The UMKC Police Department is accepting applications for a Police Officer.

Duties:

  • Patrol assigned area by motor vehicle, bicycle or on foot to prevent, discover, and deter the commission of crime, enforce university rules and regulations, provide personal and property security and traffic law enforcement. Observe and make note of suspicious persons, possible violators, hazardous conditions or unusual situations.
  • Check buildings and property following security procedures; lock entryways and points of access as scheduled, take note and report evidence of damage and possible break-ins.
  • Observe public or student gatherings and analyze developments to determine need for action.
  • Respond to emergency alarms and dispatched calls regarding a variety of services including: illness, accidents, disturbances, crime and other acts against persons or property, animal control, and motorist assistance. Provide necessary assistance and take appropriate action based on analysis of situation and facts.
  • Assist in parking patrol activities including issuing citations and ordering vehicle removals. Perform traffic control duties, directing automobile and pedestrian traffic to maintain safe and efficient flow. Issue warnings or citations to drivers when violations of traffic laws when observed. May administer field sobriety tests.
  • Conduct preliminary investigations of incidents as necessary; collect and preserve physical evidence, protect crime scene, interview suspects and witnesses, and files appropriate reports as directed by federal, state or local legal requirements. Prepare court cases and provide legal testimony in response to subpoena as witness and/or reporting officer to crime.
  • May arrest individuals and take into custody. Process arrested individuals by taking photographs, obtaining fingerprints, and writing arrest reports; transports violators to jail.
  • Provide escort service for designated individuals and money messengers, and assist with special events on campus.
  • Renders first aid as needed, following prescribed procedures and victim / personal safety precautions.
  • Takes and writes incident / accident reports, including those of missing/stolen property and criminal activity.
  • Provide general assistance and information to students, staff and the public.
  • Assist federal, state, county and local law enforcement authorities as requested or dispatched.
  • Prepare and file daily activity reports of disturbances, accidents, crimes and tickets issued in prescribed format.
  • May prepare and process documents such as citations, complaints, affidavits, and warrants.
  • May serve in the capacity of field training officer.

Minimum Qualifications

  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • 30 college credit hours from accredited college or university OR 2 years federal active duty military service with an honorable discharge OR 2 years’ experience as full-time POST certified peace officer
  • A valid Missouri operator’s license
  • Missouri POST certification may be required prior to employment, but it is required once job is started

Preferred Qualifications

  • A safe driving record is required while a driving record without violations/summonses/arrests is preferred.
  • Commensurate mental and physical skills necessary to walk/stand for long periods, respond to emergencies, and maintain order among individuals and groups are necessary.
  • Strong, verbal communication skills are necessary.
  • Advanced level of education and stable job history preferred.

Full Time/Part Time

Full Time

Salary

Starting salary is $22.50 per hour.

Shift

Police Officers will be assigned to one of the three shifts (days, evenings or nights).

Application Deadline

Open Until Filled

Application Instructions

Applicants must combine all application materials (cover letter, resume, and list of three references with contact information) into one PDF or Microsoft Word document and upload as a resume attachment.

Limit document name to 50 characters. Maximum size limit is 11MB. Do not include special characters (e.g., /, &, %, etc.).

https://info.umkc.edu/hr/careers/staff-positions/

If you are experiencing technical problems, please call (855) 524-0002.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Equal Opportunity is and shall be provided for all employees and applicants for employment on the basis of their demonstrated ability and competence without unlawful discrimination on the basis of their race, color, national origin, ancestry, religion, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, disability, protected veteran status, or any other status protected by applicable state or federal law. This policy shall not be interpreted in such a manner as to violate the legal rights of religious organizations or the recruiting rights of military organizations associated with the Armed Forces or the Department of Homeland Security of the United States of America. For more information, call the Vice Chancellor – Human Resources at 816-235-1621

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the duties and functions of this job. If you believe you may have difficulty performing any of the duties or functions of this job, please contact the Office of Affirmative Action at (816) 235-1323.

EEO IS THE LAW

To read more about Equal Employment Opportunity (EEO) please use the following links:

Apply for Job

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POLICE OFFICERS – New Haven, MO

POLICE OFFICERS

Full-Time and Part-Time Police Officers

The City of New Haven, Missouri is currently accepting applications for the position of part-time and full-time Police Officers.  Officers must hold a valid Missouri P.O.S.T. Class A Law Enforcement License and a valid Missouri Driver’s License.  Applicant must be willing to work rotating shifts, holidays, and weekends.  Full time officers start at $19.24/hr, medical insurance paid, and have an L-6 Lagers retirement.

Applicant must successfully pass pre-employment physical exam and drug screen.

The complete position posting, including the application and a complete job description, is available at New Haven City Hall, 101 Front St, New Haven MO 63068 or by requesting via email to kathy.trentmann@newhavenmo.org. Applications may be submitted by mail or in person at City Hall or may be sent electronically to Kathleen A. Trentmann, City Administrator, kathy.trentmann@newhavenmo.org.

Closing date for applications is January 31, 2021

The City of New Haven is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify.

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POLICE CHIEF – Village of Indian Point, MO

POLICE CHIEF

The Village of Indian Point, Missouri is taking resumes for the Position of Chief of Police. Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree in Police Administration or equivalent experience and training totaling ten (10) years. Five (5) of the ten years must be in a leadership position. Certified sworn law enforcement officer by the State of Missouri.  A formal application will be required. Please send resumes/letters of interest to admin@indianpoint-mo.gov.  A complete job description is available upon request.  Phone : 417/338-5599  Fax: 417/338-5279

Deadline for applications is December 30, 2021.

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POLICE OFFICERS – Palmyra, MO

POLICE Officers

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LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICERS -Appleton City, MO

LAW ENFOCEMENT OFFICER

The City of Appleton City is accepting applications for 2 fulltime positions in our Police Department. I have attached a flyer and an application for anyone who may be interested in working in a small town.

We offer competitive wages

Medical/Dental/Vision/Life & AD&D & DI/EE (100% paid Employee only)

Vacation

Sick Leave

Appleton City Ad

Appleton City Application

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POLICE OFFICER – St. Charles City Police Department, St. Charles, MO

POLICE OFFICER

Job Title Police Officer
Department Police Department
Posting Date December 28, 2021
Closing Date for Resumes/Applications Open Until Filled

Starting Pay

Potential bonus available pending approved funding

$28.1250 (hourly)

Lateral Pay based on experience

Benefits Offered Medical, Dental, Life and Disability Insurance; FSA; Retirement Benefits; Paid Vacation; Paid Holidays; Employee Assistance Programs and Educational Benefits.
Exempt/Non-exempt Non-Exempt
Status Full-time
Physical Fitness and Written Testing Date

*invitation to come electronically with

logistical information and confirmed date

The City of Saint Charles Police Department is seeking to establish an eligibility list for full time Police Officers to perform police patrol, investigation, traffic regulation, and related law enforcement duties. Police Officers work under the general supervision of a Police Sergeant. Prior to accepting employment, applicants should ensure tattoos/brands that would be visible, arms or legs, while wearing uniform apparel inclusive of short sleeve shirts and/or shorts, as well as civilian attire, are approved by the Chief of Police using SCPD form 452 included with the application packet. Tattoos/brands on the head, neck, hands are not allowed. The Department reserves the right to require any tattoo to be covered (long sleeves) or removed (at employees expense) as a condition of employment.

The testing and selection process includes a physical agility test, written exam, oral interviews, background investigation, pre-employment polygraph examination and drug testing, post-offer medical examination, polygraph examination and psychological evaluation. The physical agility test will include some of the following:

  • Run 200yds
  • Jump over 1.5ft obstacle
  • Jump/Climb a 4 ft barrier/fence
  • Run Up/Down stairs
  • Duck under 4ft obstacle
  • Dummy drag for 20 ft
  • Get up from fall maneuver
  • Must be able to complete obstacle in 1:30 seconds

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and/or assigned.

  • Conducts Law Enforcement patrols within the City to preserve the peace, enforce the law, control vehicle and pedestrian traffic, prevent, deter, and investigate reports of violations of law, while promoting the safety and security of the public.
  • Acts as a First Responder to emergency and other calls for service and takes appropriate action to mitigate injury, damage, and safeguard property.
  • Conducts follow-up investigations of crimes to include questioning victims, witnesses, suspects, and gathering of physical evidence.
  • Prepares all reports and records as required by departmental policy in a professional manner and appears in Court as required.
  • Assists citizens with stalled vehicles, directions, crime prevention, drug awareness and traffic safety.
  • Coordinates enforcement activities within the department and with other agencies as required.
  • Consults with and exchanges information with officers, the City Attorney, County Prosecutor’s Office and others as required to ensure timely and effective prosecution of cases.
  • Consults with police supervisory staff to coordinate investigation and enforcement activity.
  • Carries out all duties in conformance with Federal, State, County, and City laws and ordinances, and in compliance with departmental rules, regulations and code of conduct.
  • Maintains normal availability by radio for emergency and routine calls for service.
  • Must have the ability to work all shift hours including rotating shifts as required in all types of weather for prolonged periods of time.

Minimum Training and Experience Required to Perform Essential Job Functions

  • High school Diploma or GED required.
  • Associates Degree, 60 college credit hours from an accredited university or college, or three (3) years’ experience as a full time commissioned Police Officer, or an honorable discharge from the United States military.
  • Must have the ability to practice law enforcement duties in a first class county and city as prescribed by the Missouri Department of Public Safety required.
  • Minimum 21 years of age at the time of employment.
  • Ability to obtain by date of hire a valid drivers’ license without record of suspension or revocation in any state.
  • US Citizenship as required by section 590.030 of RSMo.

Contact Information

Online employment applications can be accessed on our City Website: www.stcharlescitymo.gov

Qualified applicants will be notified by e-mail of required testing dates for physical/written examinations. An ‘acknowledgement’ of this e-mail is required to proceed in the process.

The City of Saint Charles is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in e-verify

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POLICE SERVICE SUPERVISOR- COMMUNICATIONS – St. Charles City Police Department, St. Charles, MO

POLICE  SERVICE SUPERVISOR – COMMUNICATION OFFICER

Job Title Police Service Supervisor – Communication
Department Police Department
Posting Date December 14, 2021
Closing Date for Resumes/Applications December 26, 2021
Starting Range $56,403.16 / annually
Exempt/Non-exempt Non-exempt
Comprehensive, Cost Effective Benefits Package: Medical, Dental, Voluntary Vision, Life and Disability Insurance; FSA; HSA; Retirement and Deferred Compensation programs; Paid Vacation; Paid Holidays; Employee Assistance Programs and Educational Benefits.
Status Full Time

The City of Saint Charles Police Department is currently recruiting for the position of Police Service Supervisor – Communication. The purpose of this position is to perform as shift supervisor for any assigned shift within the police communications center. Perform a variety of routine clerical, administrative and technical work in receiving and dispatching routine and emergency calls for service. Maintains all required official records and assists in the administration of the standard operating policies and procedures of the communications center.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and assigned.

  • Provides supervision of subordinate personnel, to include the assignment/review of work.
  • Prepares work schedules to provide adequate shift coverage.
  • Prepares performance evaluations. Counsels subordinates regarding work performance. Initiates disciplinary action as needed.
  • Directs subordinates in day to day operations.
  • Monitors equipment operations, performing routine maintenance and contacting appropriate technicians for repairs.
  • Monitors telephones and radios in the communications center, answers all incoming calls and ascertains nature of calls, gathers all necessary information for relay or dispatch.
  • Dispatches police units for emergency responses: broadcasts nature, location and time of incident: contacts all required personnel and other local concerns such as the fire/emergency medical service, in the event of an emergency situation: ensure the presence of reserve units by contacting personnel designated for callout or backup; relays information as required.
  • Enters pertinent information in Computer Aided Dispatch system; in emergencies, maintains on-going contact with the responding personnel, keeping them informed of pertinent information.
  • Maintains communications center work area and equipment in clean and working condition.
  • Monitors emergency warning systems and disseminates warning information.
  • Performs inquiries regarding wanted subjects, criminal history checks, stolen property and other information through the MULES and REJIS computer database and relays information to law enforcement personnel. Enters wants and warrants into MULES and REJIS systems.
  • Maintains dispatch documents and records; prepares case reports; validates MULES and REJIS records.
  • Monitors security and building control devices.

Minimum Training and Experience Required to Perform Essential Job Functions

  • High school diploma or GED.
  • Five (5) years of increasingly responsible related experience.
  • Certified Telecommunicator in Missouri or the ability to obtain certification within six (6) months of appointment.
  • Must possess or be able to obtain, by the time of hire, a valid state driver’s license.
  • Any equivalent combination of related education and experience

How to Apply

Online employment applications can be accessed on our City Website: www.stcharlescitymo.gov

The City of Saint Charles is an Equal Opportunity Employer and participates in E-Verify

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POLICE OFFICER – Bowling Green, MO

POLICE OFFICER

The City of Bowling Green has an opening for a full-time entry-level Police Officer.

Minimum requirements mandate possession or currently attending an academy to receive their Missouri Class A P.O.S.T certification. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or equivalent, a clean police record and be able to pass a complete physical. In addition, candidates must possess a valid driver’s license and exhibit characteristics that include good character, honesty, reliability, and integrity. Starting salary will be $16.00 per hour with $0.50 additional per hour for shift differential, plus exceptional health benefits, life insurance, vacation, and holidays. Send resume to Chief Darin Chance, 15 West Church Street Bowling Green, MO 63334.  For more information call 573-324-3200. EOE/AA/M/F/H

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POLICE CHIEF – Fulton, MO

POLICE CHIEF

The City of Fulton, MO (pop 12,790) is centrally located 20 miles north of the State capitol and is accepting applications for Police Chief.  This full time, advanced position supports the police department’s mission and helps provide the vision, training, and advice for the staff.  In addition to supervisory activities, this position makes recommendations for the departmental budget, sets departmental goals and objectives, and acts as a liaison between the police department and the general public assuring for professionalism and positive public relations.  The successful candidate will have a high school diploma; some applicable college course work preferred.  Must have State of Missouri POST Certification or equivalent certification, have 10 years or more police experience and five years or more law enforcement supervisory experience.  Must possess strong leadership skills, be proficient with applicable computer programs, be an organized team player and be able to communicate effectively.  Must live within the city limits of Fulton within 6 months of hire.  Starting salary DOQ, plus an excellent benefit package.  If interested, apply online at www.fultonmo.org/jobs, in person Mon-Fri 8-5 at City Hall, 18 East 4th Street or send application before Friday, December 10, 2021 to: Human Resources, PO Box 130, Fulton MO 65251.  We are an E-Verify, drug-free employer. EOE.

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RESERVE OFFICER – St. Clair, MO

RESERVE OFFICER

The St. Clair Police Department is looking for qualified candidates for the position of RESERVE OFFICER.  A reserve officer is a certified officer who is willing volunteer their time, 16 hours a month, and service to the City of St. Clair. All uniforms, equipment, and required continuing education credits will be provided by the St. Clair Police Department.  To be considered for this position, applicants must:

Be at least 21 years of age at time of appointment

Be a high school graduate or possess a GED equivalent

Be a United States Citizen

Be of excellent moral character

Have no felony or violent misdemeanor convictions

Possess a State of Missouri P.O.S.T. CLASS A certification at time of appointment

Pass a psychological and medical exam

Pass an extensive background investigation

Job description/Duties:

Upon successful completion of the hiring process and field training, reserve officers will be needed to do but not limited to:

Ride as a second officer with full-time officers on shifts

Work a road officer shift when manpower requires it

Assist the department with parades, high school sporting events, and other public relations events

Work traffic grant shifts (reserve officers are compensated for working these shifts at an hourly rate set by City Administration, must be certified in radar use and SFST)

Assist with Municipal Court Bailiff duty and prisoner transports

Any other assignments received from the command staff of the St. Clair Police Department.

Interested applicants can pick up an application, IN PERSON, Monday-Friday, 8:00 am to 4:30 PM at the

St. Clair Police Department, 1 Paul Parks Dr. St. Clair, MO 63077. There is not a hiring deadline. We will continue this hiring process until we have hired 4 reserve officers as granted by city ordinance.

Chief Michael L. Wirt

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POLICE CHIEF – Ash Grove, MO

Police Chief

The City of Ash Grove, Missouri is seeking qualified applicants for the position of Chief of Police.  The Chief will provide field supervision for all officers and perform patrol duties to provide law enforcement service and protect life and property. The Chief is responsible for organizing and administering all department operations.   The ideal candidate will be team oriented and possess exceptional leadership and communications skills, with a track record of community involvement and an ability to establish strong relationships with neighborhoods, the business community, law enforcement agencies and other governmental organizations, City staff and the City Aldermen.

Education: Applicant must be a Certified Peace Officer in the state of Missouri. An Associate degree in law enforcement is preferred, or any combination of education and experience that provides equivalent knowledge, skills, and abilities.

Experience: Minimum of Five (5) years of continuous experience as a police officer with a minimum of two (2) years of supervisory experience. Salary commensurate with experience; medical insurance and other benefits provided.  This position is open until filled; first review deadline is Monday, November 15, 2021, at 4:00 p.m. 

How to Apply: To be considered for this position, please forward a letter of interest, your resume showing your qualifications for the position and a completed application to: The City of Ash Grove,

Attention Human Resources, P.O. Box 235, Ash Grove, MO, 65604 or emailing melissa.mau@ashgrovemo.gov

Applications can be found on the City of Ash Grove website:ashgrovemo.gov or by clicking the link  

https://www.ashgrovemo.gov/vimages/shared/vnews/stories/57043c5e1c65e/02CityApplicationAshGrove.pdf   

The City of Ash Grove is an EOE

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POLICE OFFICER – City of St. Peters

Police Officer

Closes On: January 31, 2022 at 11:59 PM CST

Job Status: Full-Time

Days Worked: Sun., Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat.

Details: Rate: $27.19/hr. – $30.82/hr. depending on qualifications and experience

NOTE: No visible tattoos while wearing a long sleeve uniform shirt and open collar.

To Apply or View Full Job Description:

https://www.stpetersmo.net

Equal Employment Opportunity

The City of St. Peters provides equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals. Employment decisions will be based on merit, qualifications and abilities. The City of St. Peters does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the bases of race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, citizenship, status as a veteran, physical or mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic identity or any other characteristic protected by law.

Pursuant to Missouri state law, the City of St. Peters participates in the E-Verify program to verify the eligibility of every newly hired employee to work in the United States.

Thorough background, education and criminal record checks will be completed. Physical and Drug screening required prior to employment. All employees fall under the City’s Alcohol & Controlled Substance Use, Abuse and Testing Policy.

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POLICE OFFICER – Brookfield, MO

POLICE OFFICER

The Brookfield Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Salary is $35,110.40 annually after successful completion of a six-month probationary period plus benefits. Benefits include: LAGERS retirement system-100% department paid, medical insurance-100% department paid, paid overtime, paid vacation, paid sick leave and paid holidays. Salary and benefits after probation total $48,143.40 annually.  Department supplied training, uniforms and equipment.

The Brookfield Police Department is a proactive department involved in community events. Officers continually train in new areas. We have specially trained officers involved in DARE, SRO, Type II, SWAT, K9, Evidence Management, Hazmat Ops, FFI & FFII as well as several other areas. We also have officers certified to instruct in Less Lethal Munitions, Taser, Radar, PPCT, Firearms and Livescan. Qualified applicants must hold valid Missouri Peace Officer license or be attending an academy, have a valid Missouri driver’s license, pass oral board, written test and background investigation.

To obtain an application, stop by the police department or send your resume and cover letter to the Brookfield Police Department, Attn: Personnel Officer, 116 W. Brooks St., Brookfield, MO 64628. Applications can also be obtained online at: http://www.brookfieldcity.com.  Deadline for resume and completed application to be submitted: Open until filled. The Brookfield Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

POLICE SERGEANT

The Brookfield Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Police Sergeant. Salary is $39,270.40 annually after successful completion of a six-month probationary period plus benefits. Benefits include: LAGERS retirement system-100% department paid, medical insurance-100% department paid, paid overtime, paid vacation, paid sick leave and paid holidays. Salary and benefits after probation exceed $52,370.40 annually.  Department supplied training, uniforms and equipment.

The Brookfield Police Department is a proactive department involved in community events. Officers continually train in new areas. We have specially trained officers involved in DARE, SRO, Type II, SWAT, K9, Evidence Management, Hazmat Ops, FFI & FFII as well as several other areas. We also have officers certified to instruct in Less Lethal Munitions, Taser, Radar, PPCT, Firearms and Livescan. Qualified applicants must hold valid Missouri Peace Officer license, have a valid Missouri driver’s license, pass oral board, written test and background investigation.  Qualified candidates for the position of Police Sergeant will have a minimum of two years’ experience in law enforcement.

To obtain an application, stop by the police department or send your resume and cover letter to the Brookfield Police Department, Attn: Personnel Officer, 116 W. Brooks St., Brookfield, MO 64628. Applications can also be obtained online at: http://www.brookfieldcity.com.  Deadline for resume and completed application to be submitted: Open until filled. The Brookfield Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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POLICE OFFICER – Centralia, MO

POLICE CHIEF – Salary Range: $58,000 to $70,000

SUMMARY

The Chief of Police shall have general supervisory control over the Centralia Police Department, shall enforce discipline among the members, and shall be responsible for the instruction of the members in their duties, subject to the advice and consent of the Board of Aldermen. Reporting directly to the City Administrator, the Chief of Police oversees day-to- day operations of the Police Department and advises staff, Board of Aldermen, and the General Government / Public Safety Committee on public safety policies and issues.

RESPONSIBILITIES AND DUTIES

The following duties are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices.

  • Directs and participates in the development of programs and goals to ensure the duties of the police department are carried out as outlined in C hapter 24 of the City Code.
  • Plans, implements, and evaluates programs to maintain effective law enforcement for the City of
  • Develops and advances public safety strategies, policies, and best practices; ensures that personnel have clear guidelines of authority and
  • Professionally interacts and communicates both verbally and in writing regarding all police matters to merit the respect, trust, and confidence of elected and appointed officials, employees, and the
  • Leads, coaches, and develops personnel; responsible for 8-10 sworn officers and 6 civilian
  • Prepares, reviews, and manages annual police and communications
  • Presents oneself as a credible and knowledgeable representative of the city to maintain public
  • Cultivates positive relationships while serving all internal and external customers using effective communication and team building skills
  • Serve as a representative of the City of Centralia, demonstrating positive actions through the display of professionalism, courtesy, and appropriate tact and discretion in all interactions with other employees and with the public.
  • Plan, prioritize, assign, supervise, and review the work of sworn law enforcement staff involved in traffic and field patrol, investigations, crime prevention, community relations, and related services and
  • Prepare, process, and maintain a variety of written reports and records pertaining to assigned activities including daily activity
  • Participate in the selection and hiring of assigned personnel; train and evaluate assigned personnel; assist with training and orientation of new employees; provide training, guidance, and counseling to assigned personnel; complete employee performance evaluations and reviews as required; promote career development of subordinates.
  • Oversee and supervise a variety of special services, programs, and projects; oversee the departments public relations function; coordinate special events; handle miscellaneous complaints and projects for the Centralia Police
  • Recommend and assist in the implementation of goals and objectives; establish schedules and methods for providing effective law enforcement services; implement approved policies and
  • Conducts internal affairs investigations and investigations of citizen complaints as
  • Reviews timesheets for correctness and completeness of department staff, approve overtime and submit report to City Clerk for
  • Supervise non-sworn staff and supervisors, ensure proper protocol and procedures are being followed in alignment with CJIS, MULES, Attorney General’s Office, and other governing bodies regarding reporting and sensitive
  • Exercise a supervisory control over the City holding facility, keeping a register of all persons held therein, by whom, for what offense, when committed, and when and by what authority
  • Seeks to actively listen and provides prompt assistance to
  • Equally treats others with dignity and
  • Problem solves; accepts accountability for self and work
  • Actively pursues advanced training to expand leadership skills, knowledge, and best practices in
  • Maintains existing regional and interagency cooperative agreements and seeks out new opportunities for partnerships.
  • Ensures accurate and timely compliance with reporting all state and federal regulations and filings, including periodic crime
  • Provides professional development opportunities to Police Department commissioned and non-commissioned personnel.
  • Manages internal control of police evidence and
  • Perform related duties as

Minimum Qualifications:

  • Graduation from an accredited university with a bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, Public Administration or similar; a combination of education and experience will be
  • Well-rounded career in law enforcement, including a minimum of 5-years of command level
  • O.S.T. certified by the State of Missouri, or ability to meet all Police Officer requirements for the State of Missouri within 60 days of hire.
  • Prior experience with a CALEA accredited police department or agency
  • Knowledge of federal, state, and local laws and regulations with a track record of using best-practice police methods.
  • Experience serving a police department similar in size and complexity to Centralia
  • Ability to successfully complete pre-employment physical and drug
  • Ability to analyze complex data and problem
  • Ability to communicate effectively with elected and appointed officials, citizens, and
  • Ability to develop and execute strategic plans and
  • Demonstrates superior communication
  • Demonstrates an ability to build and maintain the trust of the community through a commitment to high ethical and integrity standards and
  • Values diversity and works cooperatively and effectively with a diverse
  • Possesses a collaborative leadership style and thrives in a team
  • Embraces creative ideas and encourages innovative
  • Demonstrates knowledge and willingness to help in preparation of annual budgets, grant applications, presentations, and
  • Possesses strong leadership skills to effectively manage, develop, and maintain positive staff morale through coaching and
  • Desires to maintain accurate and transparent practices to improve police
  • Values and successfully maintains regional and inter-agency cooperation and

Residency requirement:

Must reside within a 20-minute response time to the Centralia Police Department

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POLICE OFFICER – Pleasant Hill, Iowa

Police Sergeant

The City of Pleasant Hill, Iowa (population 10,147) is seeking candidates for the position of Police Sergeant. Pleasant Hill is a progressive and growing community located in the Des Moines Metropolitan area. Pleasant Hill is a full-service community with ample access to dining, retail, recreational, sporting, employment, educational, cultural, and entertainment options. The City of Pleasant Hill continues to invest in its Police Department by providing a new state-of-the-art police station that opened in January of 2021. This is an exceptional opportunity for officers wanting to advance in their profession and/or join a progressive metro area police department. Additional information about the City of Pleasant Hill and the Pleasant Hill Police Department is available at https://pleasanthilliowa.org.

Education Requirements:

Associate’s Degree from an accredited college (Bachelor’s Degree preferred). A combination of education and experience may be considered in lieu of a degree, although if the successful candidate does not have their degree, they will be required to obtain their Associate’s Degree within eighteen (18) months of hire

Experience:

A minimum of three (3) years experience in police operations (more is preferred). A combination of education and experience may be considered in lieu of this minimum if the candidate has at least two years of law enforcement experience

Salary and Benefits:

The Police Sergeant is a FLSA non-exempt position

Salary: Negotiable DOQ; current range is $73,145.55 $100,104.74

Generous benefit package including: paid vacation, sick leave, personal leave, holidays, Iowa Public Employees’ Retirement System of Iowa contributions, education reimbursement and group health and dental insurance

Certification:

Candidates must have a valid driver’s license and meet the licensing standards established by the Iowa Law Enforcement Academy https://ilea.iowa.gov, within six months of hire. The successful candidate must pass a physical examination, psychological examination (MMPI), polygraph examination and drug screen

To apply, send city application, cover letter and resume by November 19, 2021 to

City of Pleasant Hill Employment Application is available online at: https://www.pleasanthilliowa.org/DocumentCenter/View/706/Employment-Application?bidId=

It is the policy of the City of Pleasant Hill to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified persons, and to recruit, hire, train, promote, and compensate persons in all jobs without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, disability or sexual orientation.

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POLICE OFFICER – Ballwin, MO

Police Officer (3)

The Ballwin Police Department is conducting a hiring process for Police Officers.  We will be hiring three Police Officers over the next three months.  A six month eligibility list will be maintained from this hiring process.  Closing Date for applying is October 15, 2021.  Upon successful review of your application, you will be invited to participate in an interview on October 20, 2021.

Benefits:

  • STARTING SALARY – $58,168 TO $67,433 dependent on prior years of service and qualifications.
  • Health, dental and life insurance
  • LAGERS (L12) Pension
  • Paid Leave – Two weeks of vacation each year, accrue 8 hours of sick leave each month, and two personal days off each year. In addition, the City observes ten paid holidays each year.
  • Tuition reimbursement

EDUCATION, QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE REQUIRED:

  • Certification as a police officer of a Missouri First Class County (Class A Post License)
  • Possess a Missouri Driver’s License at time of appointment
  • High school graduate or possess a G.E.D.
  • Must be a Citizen of the United States and a Missouri resident at time of appointment.
  • Applicants must be at least 21 years of age to apply.
  • Individuals who have interviewed with the Ballwin Police Department in the last 12 months are not eligible to participate.

Apply on-line at:  https://ballwinmo.applicantpro.com/jobs/1631738.html

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POLICE OFFICER – Ellisville, MO

Police Officer

The City of Ellisville is accepting applications for the position of police officer. Must be a citizen of the United States, Missouri resident prior to appointment, 21 years of age at the time of appointment, possess a valid Missouri driver’s license, and be Missouri Peace Officer Standards and Training Class A certified. Preferred candidates will have an Associate’s Degree or greater. The ideal candidate will possess good verbal, written, and interpersonal communication skills. The City of Ellisville provides a full suite of competitive benefits including MO LAGERS L-12 pension, Holiday Pay, Medical and Dental plans and a salary range of $56,000 – $77,500 annually, DOQ. Qualified person should submit application, cover letter, resume, and professional references to ATTN: Police Officer Search, City of Ellisville, 1 Weis Avenue, Ellisville, MO 63011. All applications must be received at City Hall no later than 5:00 p.m., October 25, 2021. Applications available at City Hall, Mon.-Fri., 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. and online at www.ellisville.mo.us/jobs. EOE

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POLICE OFFICER – Willow Springs, MO

Police Officer

The Willow Springs Police Department is accepting applications for a full time Police Officer.  Qualifications include having a High School Diploma or G.E.D., must be Missouri P.O.S.T. Certified, and can successfully pass a drug screening.  Excellent benefits package.  E.O.E.  You may apply at the Police Department or City Hall.  Call 417-469-3158 for more information.  Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

(Post Date: September 23, 2021) (Post expires: December 1, 2021)


POLICE OFFICER – Full-time – Ava, MO

Police Officer-Ava

Responsibilities: Maintain law and order by performing duties, including but not limited to; processing citizen complaints, documenting and writing reports on law violations, transporting prisoners, and overall general law enforcement duties in the City of Ava.

Openings: One Full Time Peace Officers

Working Hours: Evenings, Nights, Weekends and Holidays

Qualifications: High School Diploma or Equivalent; must be 21 years of age or older at time of hire; applicant must not have any Felony Convictions; must not have other criminal convictions within the last 5 years, excluding traffic violations; must Possess a valid operators license at time of appointment; must possess a valid (POST) Missouri Peace Officer License and be in good standings. Applicants must be able to meet the strenuous physical demands of Law Enforcement activities which include, at a minimum, the ability to engage in foot pursuits, to make forcible arrests, and to operate Law Enforcement equipment, including firearms. Must pass a pre-employment drug screen.

Starting Hourly Pay: $14.00 per hour.
Deadline for Application: Applications will be accepted until the position(s) filled.
Full Time Benefits include Health Insurance paid 100% on employees, 75% paid on family Health Insurance, Dental, vision, Vacation, Sick Leave, Paid Holidays, Comp Time and Lagers L-6 for the Employee. Equipment is also provided for full time employees.
Send Resume to: Ava Police Department P.O. Box 518. Ava, Mo 65608 or E-mail policechief@avamissouri.org
504 Springfield Rd.
Ava, Mo 65608
417-683-2900

(Post Date: September 23, 2021) (Post expires: November 1, 2021)


POLICE OFFICER – Crestwood, MO

CRESTWOOD  OFFICE OF HUMAN RESOURCES              One Detjen Drive Crestwood, MO 63126                (314) 729-4796

POLICE OFFICER JOB NOTICE

The City of Crestwood Missouri is seeking qualified applicants to fill the position of police officer. This entry level position requires the officer to work various duty hours. Traditional law enforcement duties include but are not limited to preventive patrol operations, traffic investigation and enforcement, criminal investigations and traditional service related calls    of a peace officer. Candidates are required to have 800 level P.O.S.T. certification or attending a qualified P.O.S.T. certified police academy class scheduled to graduate during this hiring period. An Associate of Science or Associate of Arts Degree is preferred but commensurate experience may be substituted for the degree requirement. U.S. Armed Forces service with Honorable Discharge may be substituted for the above stated college requirement. Applicants will be required to take a written examination and be able to pass a background examination. Applicants must have a valid driver’s license. The successful candidate is required to submit to psychological testing and a physical examination.

Salary Range:$53,000 – $ 72,000 (DOE)

For consideration, qualified applicants must submit a completed application to Janet Gravagna by email at jgravagna@cityofcrestwood.org or by mail to: Janet Gravagna, City of Crestwood, 1 Detjen Drive, Crestwood, MO 63126. An employment Application and job description may be downloaded from the City’s website at www.cityofcrestwood.orgor obtained at the Crestwood Government Center, One Detjen Dr., Crestwood, MO 63126.

Applications must be received by September 30, 2021.

The City of Crestwood is an Equal Opportunity Employer

(Post Date: September 16, 2021) (Post expires: October 1, 2021)


POLICE OFFICER – Manchester, MO

POLICE OFFICER – CITY OF MANCHESTER

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT: 9/16/2021

Essential Duties and Responsibilities 

The following list of duties is representative of those performed within this position and not intended to be all inclusive.

This position performs security patrols, traffic control, investigation and first aid at accidents; detects, investigates and arrests persons involved violations of the law; books prisoners and processes evidence; uses judgement to decide a course of action to handle difficult and emergency situations; testifies in court proceedings, prepares a variety of reports and records; uses technology to enter information or write reports; responds to calls for service.

Other duties may be assigned as necessary. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

See website for more information:

https://www.manchestermo.gov/Jobs.aspx?UniqueId=100&From=All&CommunityJobs=False&JobID=Police-Officer-28

Please complete the Police Officer Application at the link below:
https://www.manchestermo.gov/DocumentCenter/View/3305/Police-Officer-Application

 

(Post Date: September 16, 2021) (Post expires: November 1, 2021)


POLICE OFFICER – Sparta, MO

POLICE OFFICER – Sparta, MO                       JOB ANNOUNCEMENT                                   Announce Date:   9/16/21

GRADE CLASSIFICATION:

Starting Hourly Range: Patrol Officer:  $16.21 – $16-71

FLSA:        Full-Time, Non-Exempt

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS:

  • Family health (employee paid for by the city)
  • Dental & Vision insurance plans,
  • Life Insurance.
  • Fourteen (14) paid holidays,
  • Sick and Vacation accumulated each pay period

DESCRIPTION OF BASIC DUTIES:

Selected candidates will be community policing oriented and required to perform a variety of duties such as enforce city and state violations, investigate criminal activities, routine patrol duties, traffic control and traffic accident investigation, assist citizens, perform communications duties, enforce animal violations, operate an emergency vehicle in a safe and defensive manner, meet physical aspects of job, and perform other duties as job requires.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:

  • High school diploma or equivalent General Education Development Certificate (GED).
  • Must be eligible for licensing as a peace officer in the state of Missouri by the Department of Public Safety (DPS), as defined in Chapter 590 of RSMo.  More information can be found on the DPS website at dps.mo.gov.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Employee is frequently required to sit, walk, talk, and hear; use hands to handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls.  Specific vision abilities required include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.  Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.  Full job description available.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be a US citizen at least 21 years of age and possess a valid Missouri Driver’s License at time of appointment.
  • Must successfully pass the following:
  • Peer Board interview
  • Police Personnel Board interview
  • Chief’s interview
  • Psychological test
  • Polygraph
  • Background investigation
  • Physical fitness test
  • Physical & drug screen
  • Weapons qualification.

HOW TO APPLY:

APPLY IN PERSON; 200 North Ave. Sparta Mo 65753

Application is on-line @ Spartamo.com, police department.

 

Closing Date:  OCTOBER 1, 2021, close of business.

 

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

EMPLOYER COMPLIES WITH ALL A.D.A. REQUIREMENTS

 

(Post Date: September 16, 2021) (Post expires: October 1, 2021)


POLICE OFFICER – Rolla, MO

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT                                   Announce Date:   9/8/21

 

POST CERTIFIED POLICE OFFICER

ROLLA POLICE DEPARTMENT

 

GRADE CLASSIFICATION:         Grade P4 – Lateral entry based on experience.

Starting Salary Range:

Police Cadet:         $14.15/Hr

Patrol Officer:        $44,006 to $46,613 estimated annually (includes holiday pay & shift differential)

 

FLSA:        Full-Time, Non-Exempt

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS:

Family health and dental insurance plan; life insurance; Custom Benefit Plan; eleven (11) paid holidays and one (1) personal holiday; two (2) weeks of vacation and twelve (12) sick days a year; shift differential pay.

DESCRIPTION OF BASIC DUTIES:

Selected candidates will be community policing oriented and required to perform a variety of duties such as enforce city and state violations, investigate criminal activities, routine patrol duties, traffic control and traffic accident investigation, assist citizens, perform communications duties, enforce animal violations, operate an emergency vehicle in a safe and defensive manner, meet physical aspects of job, and perform other duties as job requires.

 

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:

High school diploma or equivalent General Education Development Certificate (GED).  Must be certified as a law enforcement officer in the state of Missouri, OR currently be enrolled in a law enforcement academy, OR be eligible for licensing (waiver of MO academy requirement) as a peace officer in the state of Missouri by the Department of Public Safety (DPS), as defined in Chapter 590 of RSMo.  More information can be found on the DPS website at www.dps.mo.gov.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Employee is frequently required to sit, walk, talk and hear; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls.  Specific vision abilities required include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.  Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.  Full job description available.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be a US citizen at least 21 years of age and possess a valid Missouri Driver’s License at time of appointment.
  • Must successfully pass the following: Peer Board interview, Police Personnel Board interview, Chief’s interview, psychological test, polygraph, background investigation, physical fitness test, physical & drug screen, and weapons qualification.

 

APPLY ROLLA POLICE DEPARTMENT, 1007 N. ELM ST., ROLLA, MO 65401

NO LATER THAN SEPTEMBER 26, 2021.

RESUME REQUESTED.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER – FEMALES AND MINORITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

EMPLOYER COMPLIES WITH ALL A.D.A. REQUIREMENTS

 

 

E-Mailable Job Application at:  www.rollacity.org

(Post Date: September 9, 2021) (Post expires: September 26, 2021)


POLICE CHIEF – Excelsior Springs, MO

THE CITY OF EXCELSIOR SPRINGS, MO SEEKS A

POLICE CHIEF

The City of Excelsior Springs, Missouri is seeking an experienced, strategic and visionary leader to serve as its next Chief of Police.

Located in both Clay and Ray counties, Excelsior Springs is a growing and vibrant community of approximately 12,000 residents strategically located just 30 miles to the northeast of Downtown Kansas City, Missouri, and a short 30-minute drive to Kansas City International Airport. The City came into existence due to the natural spring water that flows from the depths of the earth, discovered by accident in 1880 by a farmer. Rich in history, Excelsior Springs is home to the extraordinary Elms Hotel, operating as a landmark 19th century resort hotel, and the City owned Hall of Waters, a beautiful example of exquisite Art Deco detailing that houses the world’s longest mineral water bar. The Police Headquarters is located on the same campus adjacent to the Hall of Waters. The City continues to invest into infrastructure and revitalization which has resulted in a significant number of additional buildings and districts being recognized on the National Register of Historic Places.

Excelsior Springs is a community known for providing excellent elementary and secondary educational opportunities. ESSD #40 operates three elementary schools, a middle school, Excelsior Springs Technical High School, Excelsior Springs High School, and Excelsior Springs Career Center. The community and the Police Department work very closely together, and the City is recognized for its exceptionally low crime rate. Excelsior Springs reflects the adage, “small town friendly with access to big city amenities”, and City leaders are proud of the quality growth and municipal services they provide to the community.

In December 1921, voters in the City of Excelsior Springs adopted the City Manager form of government, becoming the first city in the State of Missouri to formally adopt this style of governing. The City Council is made up of five members, elected at large, for terms of three years. The mayor is elected for a one-year term from the five-body council. Meetings are held the first and third Monday of each month.  The Council appoints a City Manager to oversee the day to day operations of the City.

The Police Chief reports to the City Manager and is responsible for overseeing a department comprised of 35 full-time employees, including 24 full-time sworn police officers. This full-service law enforcement agency also provides emergency communications and animal control services, all supported by an annual operating budget of approximately $3.4 million. The ideal candidate will be team oriented and possess exceptional leadership and communications skills. The City is seeking candidates with a track record of community involvement and an ability to establish strong relationships with neighborhoods, the business community, law enforcement agencies and other governmental organizations, City staff and the City Council. The City desires a candidate that exhibits strong diplomatic skills, self-confidence and the highest levels of integrity while serving the public with humility. The ability to exhibit a vision for the future of the Department, develop and mentor employees, and utilize municipal finance and budgeting experience to articulate departmental needs will be an advantage.

Candidates should possess at least seven (7) years of progressively responsible police supervisory and managerial experience; three (3) of which must have been equivalent to the rank of lieutenant or above in a comparably sized department. A bachelor’s degree in criminal justice administration, public administration or a related field (master’s degree preferred), or any equivalent combination of education, training and experience which provides the knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the duties of the position. The salary range is $76,753 to $115,130, with the expected starting salary negotiable up to $85,000.  A vehicle is provided; other benefits include employer contributions toward health with a choice between an HSA or PPO provided at no cost to the department head. The City participates in the LAGERS retirement program with a five-year vesting requirement. The City also provides a $2,400 annual benefit allowance to use toward a variety of additional benefits.

Qualified candidates please submit your resume online by visiting our website at https://bakertilly.recruitmenthome.com/postings/2986. This position is open until filled; first review deadline is Monday, October 18, 2021. Following the first review date, resumes will be screened compared to the criteria outlined in the Brochure.  Final interviews in Excelsior Springs will be offered to those candidates named as finalists by the City, with reference checks conducted prior to the interviews after receiving candidates’ permission. For more information please contact: Art Davis at Art.Davis@BakerTilly.com, or 816.868.7042.

The City of Excelsior Springs is an Equal Opportunity Employer (EOE).

(Post Date: September 9, 2021) (Post expires: October 18, 2021)


POLICE CHIEF – Kimberling City, MO

JOB DESCRIPTION

CHIEF OF POLICE

CITY OF KIMBERLING CITY, MO

Job Title:         Chief of Police Grade:

FLSA Status:

PRIMARY PURPOSE:

Perform a variety of complex administrative, supervisory and professional work in planning, coordinating and directing the activities of the Police Department.

SUPERVISION:

Under direct supervision of the City Administrator

DESCRIPTION OF WORK:

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: 

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  1. Plan, coordinate, supervise, and evaluate police department
  2. Develop policies and procedures for the Department mandated by law, to ensure efficient operations of the department, and to implement directives from the Mayor, Board of Aldermen, and City
  3. Plan and implement a law enforcement program for the City in order to better carry out the policies and goals of City Management and Council; review Department performance and effectiveness, formulate programs or policies to alleviate
  4. Coordinate the information gathered and work accomplished by various officers; assign officers to special investigations as the needs arise for their specific skills.
  5. Assure that personnel are assigned to shifts or working units which provide optimum effectiveness in terms of current situations and circumstances governing
  6. Review evidence, witnesses, and suspects in criminal cases to correlate all aspects, and to assess for trends, similarities, or for associations with other
  7. Supervise and coordinate the preparation and presentation of an annual budget for the Department; direct the implementation of the department’s budget; plan for and review specifications for new or replaced
  8. Direct the development and maintenance of systems, records, and legal documents that provide for the proper evaluation, control, and documentation of the Police Department operations.
  9. Coordinate and supervise the training, assignment, and development of subordinate police officers.
  10. Handle grievances, maintain Departmental discipline, and maintain the conduct and general behavior of assigned
  11. Ensure all officers have community visibility and
  12. Prepare and submit periodic reports to the Mayor, Board of Aldermen, and City Administrator upon request, regarding the Department’s activities, and prepare a variety of other reports as appropriate.
  13. Meet with elected or appointed officials, other law enforcement officials, community and business representatives and the public on all aspects of the Department’s
  14. Attend or designate personnel to attend conferences and meetings to keep abreast of current trends in the field; represent the City Police Department in a variety of local, county, state and other
  15. Cooperate with other Municipalities, County, State and Federal law enforcement agencies as appropriate where activities of the police department are
  16. Coordinate activities with supervisors and other City departments, exchange information with officers in other law enforcement agencies, the District Attorney’s Office, Circuit Court, and other government agencies. Obtain advice from the City Attorney, Court Administrator, and Municipal Prosecutor’s Office regarding cases, policies and
  17. Ensure that laws and ordinances are enforced and that public peace and safety is
  18. Recruits, hires, trains, new police officers on the Recommends officers for appropriate promotions and citations of merit.
  19. Direct investigation of major crime
  20. Perform the duties of subordinate personnel as
  21. Analyze and recommend improvements to equipment and facilities, as
  22. Participate in various

Competencies

  1. Ethical
  2. Communication
  3. Leadership
  4. Stress Management/Composure.
  5. Time Management
  6. Problem Solving/Analysis.
  7. Decision Making
  8. Communication Proficiency
  9. Diversity and Inclusion
  10. Project Management
  11. Personal Effectiveness/Credibility.

Supervisory Responsibility

Exercises supervision over all police department staff directly or through subordinate supervisors.

Work Environment

This job operates in a professional office environment. This role routinely uses standard office equipment such as computers, phones, photocopiers, fax machines. While performing the duties of this job, the employee occasionally works in outside weather conditions. The employee is occasionally exposed to wet and/or humid conditions, fumes or airborne particles, toxic or caustic chemicals, extreme cold, extreme heat, and vibration. It may be expected that the individual could be exposed to blood or other potentially infectious materials during the course of their duties.

Physical Demands

Requires medium to high levels of sitting, standing, walking, squatting, lifting, bending, twisting, and kneeling; requires manual dexterity sufficient to operate essential job related equipment such as vehicles, weapons, and other specialized equipment; must be sighted, hearing, and mobile to such a degree as not to compromise safety rules or the safety of self and others while working; requires medium to high levels of carrying, pushing, pulling, reaching, and running; police employees are required to meet all applicable departmental physical fitness and physical training standards prior to and during employment.

Position Type/Expected Hours of Work

This is a full-time position and hours of work and days are Monday through Friday 8:00 AM to 4:30 PM. Occasional evening, weekend, and holiday work may be required as job duties demand.

Travel

Travel is primarily locally during the business day, although some out of the area travel and overnight may be expected.

QUALIFICATIONS REQUIRED:

Bachelors degree in Police Administration or equivalent experience or training which totals at least five years. Certified sworn law enforcement officer by the State of Missouri.

Any combination of education, training, and experience providing the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:

Knowledge:

Knowledge of modern police administrative procedures.

Thorough knowledge of scientific methods of crime detection, criminal identification and radio communication.

Thorough knowledge of laws and ordinances that are applicable to the City.

Knowledge of Kimberling City ordinances; County, State, and Federal laws, and ordinances. Thorough knowledge of the geography of the City.

Knowledge of Community Policing concepts.

Abilities:

Ability to analyze complex police problems and personnel matters and take corrective action.

Ability to delegate authority and responsibility to subordinate supervisory personnel. Ability to perform effectively while exposed to hazardous or dangerous situations.

Ability to react calmly and quickly in emergency situations.

Ability to effectively communicate with the public and department personnel.

Licensing/Certification:

Missouri P.O.S.T. Certified Police Officer; must possess a valid Missouri operator’s license.

Miscellaneous Requirements:

Must be able to satisfactorily complete a background investigation, as required. Last Revision:     January 2000

Comments:                              Date: September 8, 2021

(Post Date: September 8, 2021) (Post expires: October 15, 2021)


POLICE CHIEF – Wright City, MO

Job Title:                             POLICE CHIEF – Wright City Missouri Police Department

Opening Date:                   Position is open to Internal and External Applicants

Closing Date:                     Open until filled; priority consideration for complete resumes received by

         4:30 p.m. October 7, 2021

Work Hours:                      Monday through Friday; 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m., Will be expected to attend

Board of Alderman Meetings, work special events and will require to be on call after normal business hours.

Salary Range:                    Open: Depending on Qualifications

POSITION SUMMARY:   The Police Chief is an experienced executive-level position that serves as the chief law enforcement officer and the head of the Police Department, and all its operations, for Wright City, Missouri.  The Police Chief is responsible for continuous and uninterrupted law enforcement for the city in directing and managing departmental assets in emergency and non-emergency situations.  The incumbent will ensure that department activities, policies and procedures are met to insure the safety of the city and its residents.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:     Prefers graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s degree in Police Science, Sociology, Psychology, Criminal Justice, Public Management, or a closely related field.  Ten (10) years or more in law enforcement. Seven (7) years of increasingly responsible experience in law enforcement and crime prevention, of which at least five (5) years were in a supervisory position of Sergeant or above. Must be able to qualify with department issued firearms. Must possess a Missouri P.O.S.T. Certificate at time of starting employment.  Must possess and maintain a valid Missouri Motor Vehicle Operator’s license.  Must be able to pass a background investigation, pre-employment substance abuse testing and post-offer medical evaluation.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:  Ensures preservation of order, protection of life and property, and enforcement of laws and municipal ordinances for Wright City’s citizens, visitors and businesses through planning, organization, direction and coordination of policies, procedures and activities of the Police Department.  Prepares budgets; formulates, enacts and enforces departmental rules and standards; ensures a safe working environment, with  the protection of personnel and city assets as a high priority; carries out long and short term initiatives that meet the city’s needs.

HOW TO APPLY:  To be considered for this position, please forward a letter of interest along with your resume showing your qualification for this position to:  Missouri Police Chiefs Association, Attn: Robert Shockey, 1001 E High St, Jefferson City MO 65101 or email it to rshockey@mopca.com.  The Missouri Police Chief’s Association will be part of the review and selection process.

The Wright City Police Department provides equal employment opportunities to all applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability, genetics, veteran status, or any other characteristic protected by law.  In addition to federal law requirements, the Wright City Police Department complies with applicable state and local laws governing nondiscrimination in employment.  The Wright City Police Department will provide reasonable accommodations for qualified individuals with disabilities.  All individuals hired will be required to provide documentation to establish identity and employment authorization as a condition of employment.  The Wright City Police Department is a tobacco free workplace.

Wright City Police Department, 203 Veterans Memorial Parkway, Wright City, Missouri  63390

(Post Date: September 7, 2021) (Post expires: October 7, 2021)


POLICE OFFICER – Winfield Police Department

Job description

Police Officer
City of Winfield, MO – Winfield, MO 63389
$41,184/ per year
Position Title: Police Officer

Employment: Full Time (80 hours or more per two week pay period)

Job Description Summary: This position performs community law enforcement including the prevention, detection, and investigation of criminal acts; the apprehension and arrest of law violators; and the safeguarding of lives and property.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Patrol within the municipal limits of the City, perform security checks on buildings and residences, and take appropriate action with regard to suspicious activity.
  • Respond to routine, urgent, and emergency calls for service. Take appropriate action to mitigate injury, damage, and safe guard property.
  • Investigate reported criminal acts, domestic disturbances, and public nuisances and civil matters. Interview victims, witnesses, and suspects; review and study evidence; and conduct searches and surveillance.
  • Prepare reports, complete administrative paperwork, thoroughly document activities associated with investigations. Provide credible testimony in municipal, state, and federal court.
  • Patrol city roadways, enforce traffic ordinances, direct traffic and investigate traffic accidents.
  • Serve warrants, make forcible arrests; search, book and transport prisoners.
  • Operate police vehicles and use weapons and special equipment.
  • Interact and build relationships with citizens and community organizations. Provide additional patrols and presence at crowded venues such as sporting events, festivals, etc.

Minimum Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or GED
  • Missouri POST certification (Class A Peace Officer License).
  • Current on Missouri POST required training hours.
  • Must maintain a valid Missouri driver’s license and safe driving record.
  • Thorough knowledge of modern law enforcement principles, procedures, techniques, and equipment.
  • Thorough knowledge of applicable laws.
  • Must complete and submit a City of Winfield background questionnaire and pass extensive background investigation; no serious criminal record (determined by nature of violation).
  • Completion of a one-year probationary period.

Work Environment:

  • May be required to work in confined spaces, hazardous traffic conditions, high/dangerous places or life threatening situations.
  • May be exposed to inclement outdoor weather, wet/humid conditions, vibration, airborne particles/fumes, moving mechanical parts, risk of electrical shock, loud noise levels, potentially hazardous bodily fluids, or potentially hazardous or cancer-causing agents/chemicals.
  • May be required to wear a respirator in certain situations.

Physical Abilities: The following abilities are commonly associated with the performance of the functions of this job. The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform essential functions

  • Must be able to sit, talk, and listen for extended periods of time.
  • Must be able to feel attributes of objects, grasp, push, drive, stand, walk, reach with hands/arms, stoop/crouch, climb/balance, and operate mechanical equipment.
  • Must have clarity of vision, three-dimensional vision, precise hand-eye coordination, and ability to identify and distinguish colors.
  • Must be able to have repetitive wrist, hand, or finger movement to type and work on computer and/or related equipment.
  • Must be able to engage in foot pursuits/effect forcible arrests.
  • May be required to lift 100 pounds or more.
  • Regular attendance is a necessary and essential function.

Compensation:

  • Pay Rate: $41,184/ per year
  • Insurance: Group health insurance is available after 90-days of employment.
  • Dental insurance
  • Vision insurance
  • 13 Paid Holidays
  • LAGERS retirement
  • Vacation after 1-year of service

Application Instructions:

Qualified applicants can submit resumes through Indeed.com or to city hall directly.

Application for employment can be downloaded from the City’s website: www.winfieldmo.org and can be accessed within the Contact Us tab. Completed applications can be hand delivered to Winfield City Hall, 51 Harry’s Way, Winfield, MO 63389.

Applications and resumes will be accepted until positions are filled.

Job Type: Full-time

Pay: $41,184.00 per year

 

(Post Date: September 1, 2021) (Post expires: November 1, 2021)


PATROL OFFICER – City of Kirkwood

JOB OPENING / CITY OF KIRKWOOD

https://kirkwoodmo.aaimtrack.com/jobs/   

PATROL OFFICER

 POLICE DEPARTMENT

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

The following duties are normal for this position. These are not to be construed as exclusive or all-inclusive. Other duties may be required and/or assigned.

  • Performs uniformed patrol work involving traffic and crime control
  • Investigates criminal activity
  • Enforcement of laws and ordinances
  • Arrests offenders
  • Protection of life and property
  • Gives presentations to groups and individuals on subject matter related to job tasks and functions

Minimum Training and Experience Requited to Perform Essential Job Functions:

  • High school Diploma or GED required.
  • Strong communication skills
  • Ability to act effectively in emergency and non-emergency situations
  • Must be a U.S. citizen
  • No felony or serious misdemeanor convictions
  • Possess a valid driver’s license
  • Excellent physical and mental condition
  • Certified as a Police or Peace Officer of a Missouri first class county (or equivalent in another state) or currently enrolled in an Academy program that awards such a certification with a graduation date by December 16, 2021.
  • Must be 21 years of age on or before the date of appointment.
  • Non-Smoking Environment

Working Environment:

Inclement weather. Potential contact with persons and /or articles with contagious/communicable diseases. Personal danger relater to armed and or dangerous persons/animals. Shift work.

STARTING SALARY: $63,555.28 – $77,000.23 per year DOQ with great benefits package. Open till filled.

To apply: Complete an electronic employment application on the City website under “Employment” OR: A paper application can be picked up at Kirkwood City Hall, 139 South Kirkwood Road, 63122 OR: call 314-984-6975 to have one e-mailed, mailed, or faxed to you. Return paper applications to: Attn: Human Resources, at the address listed above.

PERSONS REQUIRING AN ACCOMMODATION TO APPLY FOR A JOB OPENING SHOULD CONTACT HUMAN RESOURCES AT 314-822-5809.

THE CITY OF KIRKWOOD IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND PARTICIPATES IN E-VERIFY.

(Post Date: August 27, 2021) (Post expires: November 30, 2021)


POLICE OFFICER – Full Time – St. John Police Department

 

POSITIONS: Police Officer (Full Time/Rotating 12 hour shifts) and Reserve Officer (minimum 20 hours/month and support occasional special events)

The City of St. John is a progressive, urban community of approximately 6,600 residents located several minutes south of Lambert International Airport in St. Louis County with a great mix of both residential and commercial areas. The police department is comprised of 22 sworn officers and a Reserve Officer Division.

We are currently seeking qualified, professional, and motivated applicants to fill current full time police officer positions and reserve officer positions. *Qualified applicants who successfully complete the hiring process will remain on a one (1) year eligibility list.

Minimum Qualifications:

-Missouri P.O.S.T. Certified, attending an accredited police academy. (Well-qualified applicants may    receive police academy sponsorship)

-Must be at least 21 years of age on day of appointment

-Graduated from high school or possess a high school equivalency diploma

-Hold a valid Missouri Driver’s License with a good driving history on record

-NO felony convictions

-Must pass a rigid background check

-Impeccable character, trustworthy, honest, loyal, hard-working, courageous, and forward thinking.

Both full-time and reserve police officers with the St. John Police Department are encouraged to utilize the City’s pre-paid training resources to gain as much experience and continuing education as possible. The department also offers pay incentives as well as tuition reimbursement for those individuals wishing to pursue a Bachelor’s Degree.

Police Officers will be required to complete a Field Training Program and basic probationary period after hiring. Officer’s starting base pay is between $52,162.00 – $61,822.00 per year depending on qualifications and education. Patrolman top out pay is $72,184.00.

The City also provides a competitive, comprehensive benefits package, which includes LAGERS retirement, a partial matching deferred compensation 457(b) plan, family medical, vision, and dental coverage. For more information, please visit our City’s website online (www.cityofstjohn.org) or respond in person to City Hall at 8944 St. Charles Rock Road, St. John, MO 63114.

Applications will be accepted by mail, email or in person on an open basis.

For a copy of our application and any questions, please contact Capt. Paul Anderson at 314-427-8700 or by email at panderson@cityofstjohn.org .POST Brochure

The City of St. John is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

(Post Date: August 17, 2021) (Post expires: October 1, 2021)


POLICE Officer – Full Time, Stafford Police Department

City of Strafford, MO

Positions: Full time police officer (Set shifts are bid annually by seniority with two weekends off per month)

The City of Strafford, Missouri, (pop. 2,358), is accepting applications for the position of a full-time Police Officer. Strafford is approximately 10 minutes east of Springfield, MO on Interstate 44 with a heavy commercial industry and residential neighborhoods.

Minimum qualifications

Must possess current P.O.S.T. certification from the Missouri Department of Public Safety.

Must be 21 years of age at time of application

Must possess high school diploma or GED equivalent

Must possess valid driver’s license with adequate driving history

No felony criminal convictions and must pass background check

The City of Strafford offers competitive compensation and benefits including, but not limited to, LAGERS contributions, health care coverage, etc.  Salary for full time patrolman begins at $35,360 with step increases and can be dependent on experience.

Please submit cover letter, resume and three professional references to Police Chief Dennis Shook at chief@straffordmo.net and Police Sergeant Mallory at sergeant@straffordmo.net or mail to City of Strafford, P.O. Box 66, Strafford, MO 65757.  EOE employer.  Accepting applications until December 1, 2021.

 

(Post Date: August 17, 2021) (Post expires: December 1, 2021)


Police Officer – Greenwood Police Department

The Greenwood Police Department has immediate openings for the position of full time Police Officers.

Located in the Kansas City Metro area, we are close to everything “City” but still have the small-town charm and feel. We are an agency that works for a very supportive community.

If this opportunity sounds good to you, and you are willing to help us create something truly amazing, then please apply.

We offer a starting salary of $35,880 (laterals + depending on qualifications), medical, vision and dental insurance, retirement plan, vacation pay, holiday pay, sick leave, paid training, uniforms, boots, and more. You supply the drive and determination to serve we supply the rest.

The Process

Phase 1

Applications (on going)                                                                                                                   

First Review of applications: immediate review

Interviews: To be scheduled

Selection of eligible candidates: Immediate

Phase 2 (all Phase 2 dates to be announced later)

Conditional Offer(s)

Background

Drug Screening

Psychological Screening

Hiring

If you are interested in being part of a winning team, contact Chief Tommy Wright at twright@greenwoodmopd.com

Applications can be obtained via email or in person at City Hall, 709 W. Main St., Greenwood Mo.

(Post Date: July 19, 2021) (Post expires: October 30, 2021)


Police Officer – California, MO

Supplemental Pay for Full Time Police Officers: The City of California is
accepting applications for full time and part time Police Officers. All applicants must be Peace
Officer Standards and Training certified and possess a high school diploma or graduate
equivalency degree.

If you are selected for a full-time position, you will receive $1000 supplemental pay.
Starting pay for Police Officers is $19 per hour with excellent benefits, including health, dental,
vision and life insurance, sick pay, vacation and a 401K retirement plan. Hourly wages are paid
bi-weekly along with any overtime that is worked. Applications are available at the Police
Department at City Hall, 500 South Oak, California, MO 65018 or visit the city’s website at
www.cityofcalifornia.net and click on the employment tab. Applications will be accepted until
all positions are filled. Equal Opportunity Employer.

California is well known as, “Small Enough to Know You, but Big Enough to Serve You.”
California is a small town with strong family values, great community spirit, and an award-
winning school district, and churches of nearly every denomination. At the same time,
California is located only 15 minutes from Jefferson City, the State’s Capitol, and about 45
minutes from Columbia.

Come join the California Police Department and be a part of an exciting new beginning as we help
protect and serve the City of California.

 

(Post Date: July 19, 2021) (Post expires: October 1, 2021)


POLICE OFFICER – Creve Coeur, MO

POLICE OFFICER

The City of Creve Coeur is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Starting salary is $59,688 w/ excellent benefit package. Applicants must be 21 years of age and POST certified at the time of appointment, have a valid driver’s license, and Associate’s Degree or a minimum of 64 hours of college. Duties include, but are not limited to Community Policing, Patrol, Traffic Enforcement, Enforcement of State and local laws.

Application information is available at Creve Coeur Police Application and Information

For additional information contact Hiring and Recruiting at 314-274-2106.

THE CITY OF CREVE COEUR IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

(Post Date: June 17, 2021)

(Post expires: November 5, 2021)

(Post Date: June 17, 2021) (Post expires: November 5, 2021)


POLICE OFFICER – Trenton Police Department

The City of Trenton currently has an opening for the position of Police Officer.  This opening is immediate and will be filled as soon as possible.  The application process is open until filled.

Applicants must be at least twenty-one years of age at time of appointment with a high school diploma or equivalent, possess a valid Missouri driver’s license, with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. Applicants must possess a Missouri P.O.S.T. Certification at the time of commission. Preference points will also be considered for applicants who have an Associate degree or higher from an accredited college or university. Applicants must pass an oral interview, a complete background investigation, and a pre-employment drug screening examination.

Current starting salary is $41,018 with additional compensation that can be earned through a step program rewarding years of service, education, and training certifications.  Benefits for police officers include employee paid health insurance with family coverage available, life insurance, vision coverage, dental coverage available, Personal Time Off (PTO), Major Medical Leave (MML), paid holidays, and  L.A.G.E.R.S. retirement.  Officers are furnished with all uniforms, leather, equipment, firearms (both on and off-duty), and bullet resistant vest.

Trenton is the county seat of Grundy County with a population of approximately 6001.  Trenton is a rural community located on U.S. 65 in north central Missouri and the home of North Central Missouri College.  Our Police Department employs twelve full-time Police Officers, five part-time Police Officers, six Communication Officers, and an Animal Control Officer.  We participate in various programs such as community based policing programs, problem oriented policing, and a multi-jurisdictional tactical team.

Applications can be requested at the Trenton Police Station or by contacting the Trenton Police Department, 610 Main Street, Trenton, Missouri  64683.  Applications can also be obtained by calling (660) 359-2121 or (660) 359-5557 or by e-mailing rross@trentonmo.com .

(Post Date: May 11, 2021) (Post expires: November 10, 2021)