Accident Prevention Squad Police Officer Job Description Sample
Accident & Health Chief Underwriting Officer
Berkshire Hathaway Specialty Insurance (BHSI) has an exceptional opportunity for a talented Accident and Health (A & H) Chief Underwriting Officer to join our Global Underwriting Office team based in Boston. This is a leadership position that reports directly to the Chief Underwriting Officer and works closely with the Global Chief Actuary. The main responsibility of this position is to ensure profitability of our Accident & Health, Medical Stop Loss and Travel businesses through the setting and execution of both sound global underwriting best practices & analysis of global pricing.
We are looking for an individual who has both an ability to excel and an excellence of character. Our culture is innovative and fast paced and this position will be the perfect fit for an individual who is intellectually curious, self-motivated and a collaborative team member.
Essential Job Functions:
Deep knowledge of Accident and Health business
Ability to drive the understanding of portfolio management and profitability throughout organization. Recommend and implement actions as necessary.
Understand & guide impact analysis regarding benefit and provider reimbursement changes, cost containment programs, etc. on medical cost and trends.
Analyze external and internal data sources to develop proprietary pricing factors and models
Research new pricing techniques and enhance existing methods
Ability to work with IT to ensure proper system and data requirements are achieved
Responsible to build underwriting guidelines, perform form reviews, manage aggregates, handle referrals, and serve as a lead in training a global underwriting platform.
Responsible to provide the overall underwriting authority for the extended team.
Work with Actuarial team to manage and monitor portfolio results
10+ years A & H underwriting experience
Experience in a lead underwriting role for A & H, Medical Stop Loss and or Travel products.
Extensive interaction with actuarial, underwriting, claims and IT functions
International experience preferred
Exceptional oral and written communication skills.
A & H actuarial experience is a plus
Strong interpersonal skills and the ability to work in a team environment as well as independently.
Experience in developing underwriting guidelines and workflows
University degree or equivalent
Strong underwriting acumen
Ability to work within a Team Environment
Must be entrepreneurial; experience building a new business/portfolio a plus
Strong communication skills including advanced negotiation, communications and presentation experience
NOTE: This job description is not intended to be all-inclusive. Team members may perform other related duties as negotiated to meet the ongoing needs of the organization
Police Officer - Test Date - Wednesday - April 24, 2018 - Posted Until Filled
Definition Benefits Supplemental Questions
An individual in this position serves the needs of the community by enforcing federal, state and local laws and ordinances. He or she supports the protection of life and property, prevents crimes, apprehends criminals, and enforces laws by patrolling an assigned beat on foot, bicycle or in a radio equipped patrol car. He or she ensures the safe and legal operation of the City jail; presents crime prevention programs and performs special assignments at the discretion of a supervisor.
Examples of Work: • Patrol the city and respond to calls for assistance; conducts pro-active traffic enforcement duties; arrest, transport and book prisoners; investigate traffic accidents; and issue citations as deemed necessary;
Testify in court when necessary; conduct preliminary investigations of all reported offenses; feed prisoners; maintain jail; and prepare offense and accident reports;
Provide information and referral information to victims, family members and witnesses;
Maintain proficiency in all aspects of police work by attending scheduled in-service training, including qualifying with department issued firearms in compliance with State law and maintaining awareness of changing laws;
Maintain familiarity with the City's geography and maintain assigned vehicle and equipment;
Continue to meet the physical ability criterion to pursue and subdue suspects in order to assist citizens and other officers;
Perform other related duties as assigned;
Subject to 24-hour recall.
Education, Experience, or Certification: A minimum of a High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED) Certificate and possession of a Texas Commission on Law Enforcement,Peace Officer Certification are required on or before May 31, 2019.
Supplemental Information: The Department of Human Resources & Organizational Development may consider an equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience.
CSU Job Listing Details
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Job ID: 5522
March 22, 2019
Open until filled
Link to Apply Online:
Campus Employment Homepage:
SALARY AND BENEFITS:
The starting salary will be $5,252.00/month.
Cal State East Bay offers a broad range of benefits that includes medical, dental, vision, retirement (CalPERS), 401k, 457, 403(b), dependent and health care reimbursement accounts, life insurance, vacation and sick, 13 paid holidays, one personal holiday and tuition fee waiver.
For more information on the benefits program, please visit http://www.csueastbay.edu/af/departments/hr/benefits/index.html
ABOUT CAL STATE EAST BAY:
Cal State East Bay's beautiful main campus is located in the Hayward hills with panoramic views of the San Francisco Bay shoreline. Situated above the city of Hayward, the campus offers an ideal setting for teaching and learning and yet easy access to the many cities along the bay. The University has a satellite campus in Concord, a professional development center in Oakland and a significant presence online. Founded in 1957, Cal State East Bay is one of 23 universities of the California State University system (CSU). With an enrollment over 15,800 students, Cal State East Bay is recognized as a regionally engaged and globally oriented university with a strong commitment to academic innovation, student success, engaged and service learning, diversity, and sustainability.
ABOUT THE POSITION:
Under supervision of the Watch Supervisors, works an assigned shift and performs law enforcement patrol duties on foot, bicycle or by vehicle to protect campus and visiting personnel, property and facilities against accidents, bodily harm, fire, theft, vandalism and illegal entry; enforces federal, state and local laws and traffic regulations; apprehends violators; provides general information/assistance to the public; responsible for the protection of life and property within the jurisdiction of California State University, East Bay; provides security for large gatherings of students, faculty, staff or visitors to the campus; conducts investigations related to assigned cases and investigate/record irregularities which occur during assigned shift; takes necessary actions within the limits of prescribed policies/procedures to correct the situation, or if necessary, contacts the appropriate authorities for guidance/assistance; may be required to perform other duties which enhance the safety of the campus community, such as providing assistance to Public Safety/Police support staff; participate in emergency preparedness and other safety programs. Must have successfully completed a POST certified Police Academy in the last three years from date of hire and/or possess at minimum, a POST Basic Certificate.
Field Duties - Enforcement, Safety, Security, Prevention and Emergency Response:
Enforces Federal, State and Local Laws and CSUEB regulations
Investigates reports of criminal or prohibited activity.
Takes action against violators through arrest or referral.
Prepares reports on investigations.
Appears at criminal proceedings or administrative hearings.
Safety and Security
Provides high visibility presence within the facilities and public areas to promote safety and security and to deter crime.
Provides security patrols and crowd control at major events or incidents to promote order.
Investigates reports of activity affecting the safety and security of persons or property.
Investigates civil issues affecting the order and interests of the University.
Conducts personal safety escorts and assistance.
Provides high visibility patrol by vehicle, foot or bicycle to deter crime.
Acts/reports on safety hazards and security problems in the environment.
Provides assistance, coordination, communication and control at incidents and disasters.
Investigates ,assists and reports on vehicle accidents and traffic related matters.
Investigates, assists and reports on medical emergencies.
Investigates emergency alarms (fire, security facility) and initiates action or referral.
Provides assistance to those who are locked out of facilities or vehicles.
Provides motorist assistance.
Collects and processes lost and found property.
- Participates in Community Oriented Policing Initiatives to promote public relations and awareness about safety, security and emergency preparedness.
Administrative projects and assignments
- Participates in the development and training of other employees.
In the absence of command, supervisory or lead officers, provides guidance to junior or non-sworn employees while on shift or assignment.
Provides guidance regarding appropriate application of rules, regulations, orders, procedures.
Provides guidance regarding the appropriate use and care of department equipment, supplies and facilities.
Provides guidance regarding documentation of incidents, case investigations and shift activities.
Investigates and reports, through the chain of command, circumstances that may adversely affect the Department, University or Community.
Thorough knowledge of current law enforcement methods and procedures.
Thorough knowledge of current criminal codes and laws.
Thorough knowledge of effective investigative techniques and procedures.
Ability to interpret and accurately apply policies, procedures, rules, regulations and laws.
Ability to work independently and make sound judgments.
Ability to provide guidance to other employees.
Ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with a diverse population.
Ability to interact effectively with members of the department and public in stressful situations.
Ability to handle all duties with acumen,accuracy, timeliness, confidentiality, fostering collaboration and trust.
Ability to resolve problems and conflicts.
Ability to accurately complete detailed work.
Ability to plan, organize and prioritize work to meet deadlines.
Ability to write detailed reports and correspondence.
Excellent verbal and written communications skills.
Strong computer skills, using Windows platform, word processing, spreadsheets and databases.
Must be a U.S. Citizen.
California Drivers License (Valid with good record).
POST Basic Certificate or proof of completion of POST Basic Police Academy.
High School Graduate or equivalency.
Must be able to successfully pass background investigation, written examination, physical agility test, LiveScan, Polygraph, Psychological, Drug Screen, and Medical exams.
PREFERRED SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE:
- State Defensive Driving Certificate.
HOW TO APPLY:
In addition to the standard Cal State East Bay application, please submit a:
3.List of three (3) or more professional references
Resumes alone will not be accepted in lieu of a completed online application.
To apply on-line, please go to www.csueastbay.edu/jobs. If you are a first time user, you must register, create a user ID and password, fill in your basic information, save and click on the position you are interested in, click on the "Apply Now" button to begin the online application.
This position will remain open until filled and may close without further notice.
Applicants will receive a confirmation of receipt via automatic email reply regarding their application materials. In addition, all applicants who were not selected will receive email notification at the conclusion of the recruitment process. Please be patient as this process may take several weeks.
CONDITION(S) OF EMPLOYMENT:
Satisfactory completion of a background check that may include, but is not limited to: criminal records check, verification of academic credentials, licenses, certificates, credit history, professional references and/or verification of work history is required for employment. Cal State East Bay will issue a conditional offer of employment to the selected candidate, which may be rescinded if the background check reveals disqualifying information, and/or it is discovered that the candidate knowingly withheld or falsified information. Unsatisfactory results may also affect the continued employment of current Cal State East Bay employees who were conditionally offered the position.
All background checks are conducted through the university's third party vendor, Accurate.
All California State University campuses, including Cal State East Bay, are smoke and tobacco-free. For more information, please visit our website at http://www.csueastbay.edu/smokeandtobaccofree/
In compliance with state and federal crime awareness and campus security legislation, including The Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Crime Statistics Act, the Cal State East Bay Annual Campus Security Report is available at: http://www.csueastbay.edu/upd/safety-and-security-reports.html
The incumbent in this position may be considered a mandated reporter under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and will be required to comply with requirements set forth in the CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.
The incumbent in this position may be considered a mandated reporter under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and will be required to comply with requirements set forth in the CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.
As an Equal Opportunity Employer, Cal State East Bay does not discriminate on the basis of any protected categories: age, ancestry, citizenship, color, disability, gender, immigration status, marital status, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation, or veteran's status. The University is committed to the principles of diversity in employment and to creating a stimulating learning environment for its diverse student body.
Performs responsible protective service work in the prevention, detection and investigation of violations of the law; performs related work as required. Work may include assignment to special duty such as Impact Team, traffic, field investigations, criminal investigations, K-9, etc.
Work is performed under the regular supervision of a Police Sergeant.
- Minimum starting salary $46,633.60*
For additional information, please check out our website: www.joincarypd.org
Patrols designated sector in assigned car; observes activity and intervenes as necessary; checks the physical security of businesses, homes, cars, etc.; gets out of car and closely inspects buildings; establishes contact with citizens for public relations;
Enforces traffic laws; patrols or conducts stationary observation of traffic; utilizes radar to detect speed violations; stops suspicious vehicles for investigation; issues warnings, citations, and arrests for violations; uses standard field sobriety tests to determine impairment;
Serves criminal summons, subpoenas, and warrants in assigned jurisdiction; makes arrests and transports suspects to the public safety center for processing;
Responds to domestic violence incidences; provides assistance to reduce the risk of additional violence; conducts investigation if necessary;
Responds to robbery calls; assesses crime scenes and calls for assistance; secures the crime scenes and interviews witnesses; apprehends suspects;
Investigates accidents; gathers appropriate information and fills out reports; draws diagrams; charges drivers as necessary; calls wreckers, rescue personnel, utility companies as necessary;
Conducts detailed investigation of crimes;
Provides service to the public; advises citizens on departmental procedures and options available;
Testifies in court on arrests made; presents evidence collected;
Completes necessary reports for all actions taken and submits to lieutenant for review;
Directs traffic as needed at traffic accidents and other incidents;
Prepares and delivers crime prevention and traffic safety talks;
May serve as field training officer (FTO);
Performs other job-related tasks as required.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Thorough knowledge of police methods, practices and procedures; general knowledge of the geography of the Town; general knowledge of departmental rules and regulations; general knowledge of Town ordinances; ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions and to prepare clear and comprehensive reports; ability to deal courteously but firmly with the public; ability to analyze situations and to adopt quick, effective and reasonable courses of action with due regard to surrounding hazards and circumstances; skill in the use of firearms and the operation of motor vehicles.
Minimum and Preferred Qualifications
Any combination of education and experience equivalent to graduation from high school supplemented by additional training and experience in the law enforcement field.
Requires drug testing and background check (which may include criminal check, education verification and credit history review) prior to employment.
Police Officer - Non-Certified
THE CITY OF FORT MYERS IS OFFERING RELOCATION ASSISTANCE AND SPONSORSHIP THROUGH THE SOUTHWEST FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICE ACADEMY TO ELIGIBLE CANDIDATES.
THE RELOCATION ASSISTANCE PROVIDES A NOT-TO-EXCEED AMOUNT OF $5,000 FOR OUT-OF-STATE CANDIDATES AND A NOT-TO-EXCEED AMOUNT OF $3,000 FOR IN-STATE CANDIDATES.
THE CITY WILL PAY TUITION COST FOR ELIGIBLE CANDIDATES TO ATTEND THE SOUTHWEST FLORIDA PUBLIC SERVICE ACADEMY.
THIS POSTING SHALL REMAIN OPEN UNTIL ALL POSITIONS ARE FILLED.
Responsible for the protection of the public through the enforcement of State laws and City ordinances. This job has no supervisory responsibilities.
Answer complaints, investigate accidents, make arrests, conduct preliminary investigations, conduct citizen and business contacts, participate in stakeouts and patrol assigned areas.
Testify in court, as needed.
Prepare daily reports, booking reports, vehicle inventory reports, and accident reports, as required.
May be assigned to other duties involving special training.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Must be a United States Citizen
Must be 21 years of age
Must meet the driving requirements as defined in the City of Fort Myers driving policy
Must possess a high school diploma or GED; two year degree is preferred
Must not have received a dishonorable discharge from any of the United States Armed Forces. Additional restrictions apply to no contest pleas in criminal cases.
Must not have been convicted of any felony
Must not have been convicted of a misdemeanor involving perjury or a false statement
Must not have been convicted of any act of domestic violence
Never have been charged or convicted of a crime involving moral turpitude
Must meet restrictive drug standard
Must pass physical fitness assessment
Must submit to a complete background investigation including fingerprint check, polygraph, and psychological evaluation and found to be of good moral character
Have fingerprints on file with the department after the completion of the initial interview
Submit an affidavit attesting to the compliance of the above standards
Must meet requirements of periodic in-service training and weaponry qualifications
Thorough knowledge of applicable laws, state statutes and ordinances
Able to speak clearly and persuasively in positive or negative situations
Able to establish and maintain effective internal/external working relationships
Able to communicate effectively in writing
Able to operate necessary equipment, including vehicle, computer, radio, and firearm
Tasks involve sitting for extended periods of time; standing; walking; and performing other physical requirements commensurate with demands of position. Physical agility and fitness for performing duties that require potential exertion in subduing subjects; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; some lifting and carrying objects of light to heavy weight (5 to 100+ lbs). Must have good vision (corrective lenses acceptable); must be able to hear (hearing aids acceptable); must be able to speak (express or exchange of information by means of spoken words).
Contact with internal and external customers, vendors, outside agencies and the general public.
Ability to perform strenuous work in varying and adverse weather conditions, including heat, cold, rain and potentially dangerous environments.
May be exposed to odors, diseases, chemicals, and excessive noise.
May be required to work hours other than the regular schedule including nights, weekends, holidays and during emergency situations.
The intent of this class description is to provide a representative summary of the types of duties and responsibilities that would be performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties and responsibilities required and shall not be construed as a declaration of the specific duties and responsibilities required of employees assigned to this classification.
Police Officer - Continuous
Under general supervision, monitors and patrols District facilities, property, and surrounding areas for the purposes of performing law enforcement, emergency response, and crime prevention functions to provide a safe environment for students, staff and the public.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Duties may include, but are not limited to, the following:
Performs armed patrol of District properties and adjoining premises on foot, bicycle, and other department vehicles to maintain security and order, enforce criminal laws, traffic and parking regulations, and District and campus rules and policies while utilizing sound judgment under adverse and stressful conditions.
Responds to and investigates calls for police service regarding criminal, non-criminal, or emergency related activities such as crimes against persons and property, accidents, and health concerns to make observations and determine actions to be taken.
Provides a safe environment for Board of Trustee and Personnel Commission meetings, athletic events, and other special district events or activities.
Apprehends and initiates arrests of suspects, conducts searches, and advises suspects of their constitutional rights.
Issues warnings or citations for law violators, checks for warrants and other legal holds, performs security checks on suspicious persons or vehicles, and requests outside assistance as appropriate.
Conducts case or incident investigations and related follow-up activities, controls crimes scenes, gathers, photographs, and preserves and collects evidence in accordance with laws and regulations.
Locates, interviews, interrogates, and records statements from witnesses, suspects, and victims.
Identifies relevant facts and prepares investigative reports on incidents and cases for follow-up and filing with appropriate law enforcement officials.
Investigates and documents incidents and responds to requests for general assistance from staff, students, and the public such as directions, unlocking or jumpstarting vehicles, car accidents, building alarms, and dead animals found on district property.
Responds to faculty, staff, student, and public complaints of potentially hostile situations and intervenes and mediates during disturbances and disputes.
Conducts campus security inspections and identifies, investigates, documents, and follows-up on unusual conditions, potential hazards, and security risks on District property and surrounding areas including emergency phone, alarm, and lighting operations.
Properly detains, guards, transports, and assists in the booking process for prisoners as needed.
Authors warrants and serves subpoenas and warrants, as necessary.
Provides crowd management and control and may direct pedestrian or vehicular traffic as needed.
Collect and secure monies for on-site parking lots, remove coin or currency boxes, and deliver to responsible business office representative.
Checks parking meters, parking permit dispenser machines, and traffic control devices for operation, removes, replaces, or repairs malfunctioning equipment and records any service issues.
Signs off on citations and Vehicle Identification Number (VIN) verification as necessary.
Responds to fires identified or reported such as building fires, vehicle fires, dumpster fires, and grass fires and requests assistance as needed.
Cooperates with local law enforcement in the suppression and control of disruptive or illegal activities directed against students, staff, or District property and responds to requests for assistance from outside agencies for mutual aid in the suppression of civil disturbances, apprehension of criminals, or other related requests.
Restrains and subdues individuals by means of baton techniques, locks, grips, holds, or restraining devices as necessary.
Prepares and maintains written records, notes, logs, correspondence, legal documentation, and other reports as related to police activity.
Attends various district and college committee meetings, as designated by management, to represent the police department.
Participates and testifies in court hearings and trials as necessary.
Transports and deposits district funds when needed.
Administers physical roadside sobriety and "intoxilizer" tests when necessary, controls and mitigates people under the influence of drugs or alcohol or other potentially hostile situations.
Safely and appropriately maintains, calibrates, inspects, and utilizes police weapons and equipment such as firearms, conducted electrical weapons (Tasers), batons, non-lethal weapons, alcohol screening devices, bicycles, and police vehicles.
Responds to emergency medical needs and performs First Aid and CPR/AED as necessary.
Performs crime prevention activities to include surveillance patrols and participating in community outreach programs that may include speaking and presenting to citizen and school groups, and other public service efforts.
- Participates in continuous Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) required training to comply and enhance law enforcement skills.
- May provide training and education to new officers, staff, faculty and public including field training with daily observation reports, firearms and tactical weapons instruction, first aid and CPR training, campus safety, active shooter preparedness, and other safety training as mandated by the Clery Act.
Maintains cooperative working relationships with college and district staff, outside organizations, the community, and other law enforcement agencies.
Explains, interprets, applies, and remains current on local, state, and federal laws, district policies, procedures and answers questions from students, staff and the public.
Works in partnership with the District Attorney's Office to obtain and file criminal complaints on arrested subjects.
Processes LiveScan and background checks.
Processes sex registrants and maintains registrant picture, record, and other information as required by Penal Code 290.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Auxiliary Job Functions
The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to this classification. Employment Standards / Minimum Qualifications
Education & Experience
High School diploma or GED, and graduation from a POST Police Academy
Temporary and Part-time Officers
Any combination equivalent to: High School diploma or GED, and one (1) year of experience in public law enforcement or school district security involving patrol, police, investigative, personnel protection, and property protection duties.
Licenses & Certificates
Valid Driver's License
Valid POST Academy Completion Certificate or POST approved re-qualifying certificate.
Valid Basic First Aid and CPR/AED certification.
Complete a POST Campus Law Enforcement Course within one year of the date of hire.
Applicants must pass a POST approved background investigation, a medical examination and psychological examination. Police Officers will receive POST Basic Certificate after the first year of hire and has worked 12 calendar months.
Current local, state, and federal laws, rules and regulations pertaining to the safety and protection of people, property and grounds associated with the district, and its surrounding areas.
Public Safety Officer's Procedural Bill of Rights Act.
Procedures and methods for patrol, arrest, search, seizure, evidence, preliminary crime scene investigation, and protection.
Current safety issues and special problems that affect educational institutions.
Crowd management and control procedures, and special event patrol techniques.
The identification, collection, and storage of hazardous, dangerous and illegal drugs, substances and other items.
Crime trends, patterns and appropriate tracking and response.
Federally mandated programs and reporting requirements for college campuses.
Geography of local area and appropriate mapping tools.
Principles of human behavior and behavior modification strategies and techniques for the purpose of identifying at risk people.
Emergency communication techniques including equipment and its use.
Security, surveillance, and communication systems and codes.
Basic First Aid and CPR/AED.
Use and care of firearms, offensive and defensive weapons and safety measures and self-defense tactics.
Rangemaster policies and procedures, inventory of property and evidence management, as needed.
Record keeping and report preparations techniques to ensure department compliance.
Proper English, spelling, grammar, and punctuation to compose items such as reports and correspondence.
Basic math including addition, subtraction, multiplication, and division.
Community policing principles and interpersonal relationships in order to appropriately interact with students, staff, faculty, and the public.
Current computer operating systems, software applications and office productivity software such as word processing, spreadsheets, calendar, presentation, and database programs.
Conduct investigations, make arrests, file criminal complaints, patrol effectively, lift fingerprints, detect and prevent criminal activity.
Conduct research, analyze data and prepare reports for items such as investigations, complaints, and arrests.
Use sound judgment and make appropriate decisions in stressful situations and analyze and adapt to new situations quickly.
Plan and organize work to meet established timelines and department schedules.
Operate and maintain department issued weapons and qualify periodically as mandated by POST.
Make effective oral presentations to a variety of audiences with differing levels of knowledge regarding a variety of procedures.
Utilize law enforcement computer systems, mobile devices and maintain and calibrate specialized equipment.
Utilize word processing, spreadsheets, email, online calendaring, presentation software, industry specific programs, and data entry/retrieval from database programs.
Perform mathematical calculations.
Exercise tact, diplomacy and confidentiality in dealing with sensitive and complex issues and situations.
Rapidly learn and acquire skills in areas and technologies not previously assigned.
Accurately type at a sufficient speed to maintain workflow.
Promote good community relations and build community confidence in the campus police department.
Think clearly and logically, exercise sound judgment, and make quick and appropriate decisions in emergency situations.
Recognize signs of danger to people, property and grounds associated with the district, and its surrounding areas.
Exercise physical force when necessary in restraining and assisting in the arrest of suspicious persons or suspects.
Interview and advise suspects, witnesses, victims, reporting parties, and staff.
Recall names, faces, and details of occurrences.
Qualify to use department issued equipment such as firearms, conducted electrical weapons (Tasers) and patrol bicycles.
Effectively communicate with individuals for whom English is not a primary language.
Employ proper English usage, spelling, grammar, and punctuation.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with District administrators, management, staff, students, diverse community, business and industry contacts, collaborative partner contacts, independent programs consultant/trainers, and the public.
Understand, be sensitive to and respect the diverse academic, socio-economic, ethnic, religious, and cultural backgrounds, disabilities and sexual orientation of students, parents, teachers, administrators and staff.
Meet and maintain POST and department required peace officer employment standards.
Maintain consistent, punctual and regular attendance.
Learn, interpret, apply, and enforce federal and state laws and regulations, such as Penal Code, Business and Professions Code, Health and Safety Code, Alcohol Beverage Control regulations, Education Code, college and district policies and procedures as they pertain to law enforcement.
Operate standard office equipment such as computers, fax machines, copy machines, telephones and others.
Maintain confidentiality of sensitive information and records.
Receive and follow instructions in order to build and maintain effective working relationships.
Train and evaluate the progress and performance of others during field training activities.
Appropriately interact with students, staff, faculty, and public.
Use current common software applications in order to accurately enter and retrieve data.
Assist in the assigning, monitoring, and/or reviewing the work of others.
Administer Basic First aid and CPR/AED.
Be honest and tactful in both pleasant and unpleasant situations.
Stay calm at all times including stressful, emergency situations and crime scenes
To move forward in the selection process, you must complete an online application through our web site at http://www.schooljobs.com/careers/scccd. Please attach to your application a copy of your degree or transcripts (including when degree was awarded) and your POST Academy Certificate or your application may be considered incomplete. Resumes may also be uploaded but cannot be used in lieu of a completed application.
ONCE YOU HAVE SUBMITTED YOUR APPLICATION YOU WILL NOT BE ABLE TO MAKE REVISIONS TO YOUR APPLICATION MATERIALS.
When completing the application, please make sure you include ALL current and previous employment in the Work Experience section of the application and complete ALL fields, including the name and contact information for your supervisors. Experience that is included in the resume but not in the Work Experience section of the application may not be considered for the purpose of determining whether you meet the minimum qualifications.
All required documents must be submitted by the applicant. Personnel Commission staff will not upload your documents for you. The State Center Community College District does not accept letters of recommendation for classified positions. Please do not attempt to attach letters of recommendation to your application.
APPLICATION REVIEW AND ASSESSMENTS
The application review process includes an evaluation of training and experience based on given application information and answers to supplemental questionnaire. Only the most qualified applicants, who pass the minimum qualifications review, will be invited to the assessment process.
The assessment process will include an online competency assessment (pass/fail) and an oral interview assessment (pass/fail). Passing score is 75% out of 100% on each assessment section.
TESTING WILL BE SCHEDULED ON AN AS NEEDED BASIS.
The assessment process / assessment date is subject to change as needs dictate. All communication regarding this process will be delivered via email to the address listed on your application.
Those applicants who pass the assessment will be placed on a district-wide continuous eligibility list within ranks 1-3. The district-wide continuous eligibility list will be used to fill current vacancies in this classification for at least one year.
PASSING THE ASSESSMENTS AND BEING PLACED ON THE ELIGIBILITY LIST DO NOT GUARANTEE AN OFFER OF EMPLOYMENT.
Individuals with disabilities requiring reasonable accommodation in the selection process must inform the State Center Community College District Personnel Commission Department in writing no later than the filing date stated on the announcement. Those applicants needing such accommodations should document this request including an explanation as to the type and extent of accommodation needed to participate in the selection process.
State Center Community College District is an Equal Opportunity Employer. It is the policy of State Center Community College District to provide all persons with equal employment and educational opportunities without regard to race, ethnicity, national origin, gender, age, disability, medical condition, marital status, religion or similar factors as defined by law. We are a Title V employer.
This is general duty public protection, law enforcement, and criminal investigation work in support of the Police Division's mission and values.
An employee in this class is responsible for the preservation of public peace, prevention of crime, detection and arrest of violators, protection of life and property, the enforcement of all criminal laws of the State of Ohio, and enforcement of ordinances of the City of Akron.
Works under the general supervision of a superior officer and in accordance with rules, regulations, established procedures and standards, and rigid training; however, conditions of emergency, public danger, personal danger, civil disorder, and sensitive public opinion require instant decisions, tact, courtesy, and mature judgment. Employee is held responsible for conduct on and off duty.
Patrols assigned district/sector to detect and prevent crimes and identify suspicious conduct. Detects criminal activities, investigates, and determines need for arrest and further questioning.
Engages in regular citizen contact. Listens to citizen complaints and answers citizen inquiries during course of shift. Responds to calls for service/assistance.
Maintains confidentiality of law enforcement topics and other department matters. Operates a motor vehicle safely using lights and sirens in accordance with departmental policies and the law. Determines if elements of a crime have been met.
Establishes control of the scene. Requests additional assistance/back-up, as needed. Protects the safety of self, citizens, and other personnel.
Interviews victim(s), witness(es) and suspect(s). Uses discretion in determining whether to arrest or issue summons. Maintains traffic control and conducts related investigative activities. Checks registration and license number.
Provides emergency assistance. Enforces traffic laws. Completes forms, reports, and related paperwork including narratives documenting complex events.
Performs arrest and detention procedures. Obtains information on suspect (e.g., warrant, physical description) and conducts thorough search of individual to find weapons or contraband. Uses reasonable force.
Collects and prepares evidence for court cases and testifies in court. Reviews reports and other documentation of the case in order to provide testimony in court. Attends roll call and prepares for duty.
Listens to description of major incidents, department announcements, citizen requests for patrol and stolen auto reports. Participates in community engagement activities. Inspects equipment for proper functioning.
Reports for duty wearing proper equipment and dressed appropriately. Reads bulletins to identify events in sector (e.g., warrants, special activities, etc.). Converses with other personnel to exchange information on crimes. Performs administrative duties utilizing computers and other standard office equipment.
Submits completed reports to supervisor in a timely manner. Uses MDB/dispatcher to obtain information. Uses and maintains firearms and weapons properly and in accordance with departmental standards.
Attends in-service training. May perform duties associated with specialized units. Performs related work as required.
Graduation from an accredited high school or GED. Candidates must be within the age range 21 years through 40 years at the time of the examination. Possession of a valid Ohio operator's license.
Candidates must have the ability to safely perform the essential functions with or without reasonable accommodation. Candidates must meet established physical standards under Ohio Law and become certified Ohio Peace Officers and maintain departmental physical standards.
Ability to read and learn new skills and information such as laws, department policies, rules and procedures. Ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions.
Ability to satisfactorily complete the prescribed course of police training including OPOTC certification. Ability to exercise good judgment using common sense and analytic ability. Ability to understand other people and own impact on interactions.
Ability to be clear and understandable through both oral and written communication. Ability to develop rapport, reduce conflict, and show concern for the rights of others. Ability to be composed and rational in stressful situations.
Ability to minimize safety hazards to self and others. Ability to handle emergency response, including pursuit on foot, use of restraint techniques, firearms use, and victim rescue. Ability to operate a motor vehicle safely and legally.
Ability to perform high quality work, meeting standards and expectations regardless of circumstances. Ability to access information, complete work, and submit work effectively using computerized systems and standard office equipment. Ability to effectively respond to changing demands and environments.
Skill in active listening and communicating both verbally and in writing. Skill in basic math.
Skill in the use of weapons. Cannot be prohibited by law from acquiring, having, carrying, or using firearms. List of essential job functions available upon request.
Competitive Examination Process
The written examination is planned for May 10 and 11, 2019. Specific times and location will be announced.
The selection process will consist of written tests, the Ohio Peace Officer Training Commission (OPOTC) physical fitness test, and an extensive background investigation including a polygraph and other components. A passing score must be obtained on the competitive examination in order to move forward in the selection process.
Residency and Veterans preference points will be awarded in conformance with the Akron City Charter if the candidate achieves a passing score in the competitive process. Applicants may be disqualified or may be terminated after appointment for providing false or incomplete information during any phase of the selection process. Final appointment is contingent upon the candidate passing a comprehensive medical examination and psychological evaluation after receiving a conditional offer of employment.
Candidates who pass the written examination may be eligible for bonus credits. However, bonus credit cannot exceed a total of 40% of the candidate's passing written examination grade. All bonus credits awarded will be verified.
- RESIDENCY: Candidates who have been resident citizens within the corporate limits of the City of Akron continuously for at least one year immediately prior to the date of the written examination and who remain resident citizens of the City of Akron throughout the remainder of the selection process will have a 20% residency bonus added to their passing grade.
- VETERANS: Candidates who have served on active duty in the Armed Forces of the United States of America for more than one hundred eighty (180) days and submit proof of being honorably discharged from active duty will have a bonus of 20% added to their passing grade in conformance with the Akron City Charter. Proof of honorable discharge and dates served must be submitted with the completed application or at the written examination.
- EDUCATION: A candidate who has successfully completed accredited college course work may be awarded education credit not to exceed 10% of his/her passing written examination grade. Candidates must submit proof of college course work in the form of degrees or copies of official college transcripts with their completed applications or at the written examination.
NOTE: See supplemental questionnaire for methods of submitting the above documentation.
Driver's License: Candidates must possess a valid Ohio driver's license, free of suspension or revocation, before appointment.
An applicant having a valid driver's license from another state will be accepted conditionally provided that, if selected, an Ohio Driver's License must be obtained prior to appointment. Candidates having six or more points at the time of certification or appointment will be disqualified from further consideration.
Candidates must meet all minimum qualifications and requirements listed in this announcement and must pass all components of the selection process to be considered for full-time appointments as probationary Police Officers. The position is subject to random drug testing.
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The City of Akron is an Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex/gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, religion, age, disability or military status in employment or the provision of services.
Applicants are required to meet the minimum qualifications for the position with or without an accommodation. If you are a qualified applicant with a disability, please notify the Department of Human Resources at least one week prior to testing if requesting a reasonable accommodation for the testing process.
Police Recruit/Police Officer
This posting is for regular and lateral hires.
We are looking for individuals that want to make a positive impact on their community, those that are not looking for a desk job, but want to have a different day at work every day. Individuals who are willing and able to work hard physically, mentally, and emotionally to protect the community. Get paid to go through the Police Academy by becoming a Police Recruit with the Springfield Police Department!
As a Police Recruit in the academy, the salary is $17.44 per hour. Once a Police Recruit graduates from the academy and becomes a commissioned Police Officer, the salary will move to $18.34 per hour.
Starting pay for lateral hires is discretionary and based on numerous factors including, but not limited to, years of law enforcement service, law enforcement assignments, special training and agency size.The starting pay range for lateral hires is $18.34 - $23.83 per hour.
Our next regular academy will be early 2020.
Our next testing date is scheduled for May 3, 2019.
If you are unable to test on this date, you will need to resubmit an application after April 26th, 2019 for our June 7th testing date. The other testing dates for this year include July 19th, August 16th, and September 20th. You must submit your application within the appropriate timeframe for each testing date.
The Springfield Police Department is seeking to hire the most qualified men and women, including those with current police officer experience. If you would like to work for a professional organization that values your dedication and invests in your development, we encourage you to join our team. Our training programs are known across the region for their excellence and our officers have career opportunities to be in a variety of special assignments. Additionally, the City provides an excellent benefit package. We are looking for police officer candidates who are ready to take the challenge and join one of Missouri's premiere law enforcement agencies.
Qualifications and Requirements
Experience, Education, and Training
- Must be a high school graduate or have a G.E.D.
- In addition, must possess 60 semester hours from an accredited college or university;
- Class A POST certified peace officer or currently enrolled in a Class A POST program with successful passing of POST exam within six months of application deadline;
- Two years of active duty military service with an honorable discharge;
- Possess a Missouri Class B certification as a peace officer plus at least two years of full time law enforcement experience within the last 5 years;
- Possess 30 semester hours from an accredited college or university plus three years of experience as a Springfield Police Cadet to enter the Academy.
- Law enforcement experience and/or education preferred, but not required.
21 years of age at commission
Excellent physical condition
No felony convictions
No conviction for domestic assault
No more than one DWI conviction; and no DWI conviction in the past three years
May not have two (2) moving violations from separate incidents within the past twelve months, or have been at fault in more than one (1) traffic crash/accident during the past twelve (12) months
Meet vision and hearing standards
No objectionable tattoos and no tattoos visible while on duty (i.e. can be covered with a long sleeve shirt), or when representing SPD in an official capacity, unless approved by the Chief of Police
May not have used an illegal controlled substance within the last three years
Police Officer (Lateral) Requirements
In addition to the requirements listed above, lateral candidates must possess the following:
- A MO POST Class A license (if candidate does not possess a MO POST Class A license, but possesses law enforcement certification through another state, he/she may participate in the testing process while seeking reciprocity through MO POST)
- A minimum of two years full time sworn police experience in any state within the last five years. Police experience must include the primary duties of responding to calls for service, conducting preliminary and/or follow-up investigations of crimes, responding to traffic accidents and apprehending, detaining and arresting suspects.
For more information on essential functions and other requirements for Police Recruit, please see the job description.
For more information on essential functions and other requirements for Police Officer, please see the job description.
Testing & Selection Procedure Steps
Be sure to attach, email (firstname.lastname@example.org), fax, or drop off documents showing you meet the minimum requirements. These can be unofficial copies.
Print and complete the Pre-Background Questionnaire found here.
Receive email notification with instructions to schedule for written exam
Schedule for written exam, set for May 3rd.
Bring completed pre-background questionnaire to the written exam
Complete the written exam and physical agility test
Interviews will be scheduled immediately following the written exam for the following week
Go to scheduled interview
Background investigation will begin
Once the background investigation is completed, a conditional job offer can be made
The final steps after a conditional job offer is made include a drug test, medical exam, psychological evaluation, and polygraph before the job offer is confirmed.
Police Officer I
This is a continuous recruitment which will be used to establish an ongoing eligibility list for future hiring purposes.
About the Position
A Police Officer I protects life and property in assigned geographic areas of the school district in a marked, caged, radio-equipped school police vehicle and provides protective school police services and back up activities in assigned geographic areas of the district.
Please note: The Board of Education approved a 14-day work furlough effective July 1, 2017. To view the salary schedule, click here.
About School Police Services
The San Diego Unified School District Police Department is recognized as a leader in school-based community policing. While our primary role is to maintain order and security on and near school facilities, school police officers provide far more than standard law enforcement efforts. We also take a leading role in creating the positive learning environment in which superb education is not only possible, but also probable.
School police personnel are encouraged to spend quality time in developing positive interpersonal relationships with those in our schools and in our community. Personnel engage in daily contact with students, teachers, staff, and members of the community to help promote a positive learning environment with the schools, and to build ever-growing cooperative partnerships among the schools and the surrounding communities.
As a result, students benefit most of all by being better able to concentrate their time and attention on what matters most: learning and growing. Examples of Duties
To view the detailed job description for Police Officer I, click here.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:
Any combination of training, experience, and/or education equivalent to completion of applicable criminal justice courses in an accredited college and enrollment in a California P.O.S.T. approved municipal law enforcement training academy.
LICENSES AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS:
Completion of a California P.O.S.T. approved municipal law enforcement training academy is required prior to offer of employment.
Possession of a valid California driver's license.
United States citizenship.
Prior to appointment, State law requires the successful passing of a thorough background check, including polygraph, chemical substance and medical testing, and psychological testing.
Must be qualified to render basic first aid and CPR.
POSITION AND BENEFITS: The position is represented by the Police Officers' Association (POA) and is covered by the negotiated terms and conditions of the collective bargaining agreement.
The District provides a generous compensation and benefits package, including CalPERS 3%@50 for classic members or 2.7%@57 for new members (CalPERS members after 1/1/13), Six choices of medical plans, including HMO and PPO options through United HealthCare or Kaiser Permanente, Three choices of dental plans, including HMO and PPO options, Vision Plan, Flexible Spending Accounts (FSA), Basic and Supplemental Life Insurance, and Employee Assistance Program. The District pays the full cost of medical, dental, and vision care premiums for employees who work half time or more and their eligible dependents. Additional details may be found in the collective bargaining agreement (Click here to view). Supplemental Information
How to Apply
In order to be eligible for consideration, interested candidates must submit the following documents:
- Online employment application and supplemental questionnaire
- A copy of a California P.O.S.T. approved municipal law enforcement training academy certificate or proof of enrollment is required
Additional documents, if any, may/should be attached to the online employment application. As a secondary option, items can be submitted to Human Resources at 4100 Normal Street, Suite 1241, San Diego, CA 92103 or faxed to (619) 293-0417.
Based upon a review of applications received, those applicants who best meet the requirements of the position will be invited to continue in the selection process. Appointments for initial screening interviews are scheduled quarterly and/or as needed.
The initial screening interview is scored and assigns value to education, experience, knowledge, skills, and abilities that relate most closely to the duties and responsibilities of the job and the needs of the School Police Services Department. A list of candidate's that pass the initial screening interview will be forwarded to the School Police Services Department for their consideration. Successful candidates will be invited to participate in a ride-along to learn more about the type of work performed by school police.
Additionally, eligible candidates will be subject to a thorough background investigation. A candidate's name shall remain on eligible list for no longer than one year from the date of their initial screening interview.
The San Diego Unified School District communicates information regarding the hiring process via email. Please be aware that the District is not responsible for messages blocked by your email service. In an effort to allow our emails through your personal spam filter, you can add the email@example.com and firstname.lastname@example.org to your safe senders list.
The San Diego Unified School District provides equal employment opportunities to all employees and applicants for employment and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any type without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, national origin, disability status, genetics, protected veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local laws. This policy applies to all terms and conditions of employment, including recruiting, hiring, placement, promotion, termination, layoff, recall, transfer, leaves of absence, compensation and training.
It is the policy of San Diego Unified School District to maintain a drug-free workplace. If needed, individuals protected by the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) may request accommodation.
Lateral Police Officer
The City of Bellevue Police Department has an exciting opportunity for Experienced Police Officers who have a passion for community service and are looking for a new opportunity to serve the City of Bellevue. Take a look at what our department is about at: http://tinyurl.com/BPDLateralVideo
- To provide a safe place to live, work, and visit through quality law enforcement practices delivered by dedicated professionals. We focus our efforts and resources to Reduce Crime, Reduce the Fear of Crime, and Enhance the Quality of Life for all who call Bellevue home.
Our Guiding Principles
- Respect, Integrity, Accountability, Service
We support the mission of city government by consistently contributing to our community's reputation as a safe and vibrant place to live, work and visit.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Patrols a designated area of the city in a radio-equipped vehicle, on a motorcycle, or on foot to preserve law and order, prevent or discover the commission of crime, and enforce motor vehicle regulations.
Answers calls and complaints involving emergencies, automobile accidents, criminal complaints, and other misdemeanors and felonies.
Conducts investigations, gathers evidence, obtains witnesses, makes arrests, and transports suspects.
Interviews persons with complaints and inquiries and attempts to make the proper disposition or direct them to proper authorities.
Acts as jailer or bailiff; serves warrants when assigned.
Gives information to the public regarding laws and ordinances.
Appears in court, gives testimony, and presents evidence as necessary.
Administers first aid in emergency situations.
Prepares detailed written reports of investigations.
Performs related work as required.
Employees must be able to act without direct supervision and to exercise discretion in meeting emergencies.
Assignments and instructions are received from superior officers who review work methods and results, monitor activities, and evaluate accomplishments through personal interview, personal inspection, and review of written reports covering assigned activities.
An experienced (lateral) officer is defined as a Police Officer: who possess a valid and current peace officer certificate from a state training commission that is recognized by the State of Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission who has at least two consecutive (2) years of duty while employed as a full time general purpose law enforcement officer. A six month lapse of service at the time of application is allowed. (If prior service was outside of WA State out of state officers must enroll in and pass an equivalency academy within the first year of employment (on normal duty time).
In addition to the benefits overview on the second tab, Police Officers are also eligible for the following benefits:
Successful lateral candidates are eligible for $16,000.00 hiring bonus.
4% premium pay for 10 specialty job assignments
Workout while on duty (three hours per week)
Comprehensive Quartermaster program that supplies equipment, uniform, and weapons
Generous professional development and training opportunities (Over 140 hours / year)
Tuition reimbursement program for bachelor degree in an approved field of study
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