Commanding Officer Police Job Description Sample
Police Officer, Police Officer I & Police Officer II - Sourcing Posting
High School Diploma or GED, successful completion of a TCOLE approved Basic Peace Officer Course, has passed TCOLE exam. Possess a valid Texas Class C driver’s license.
Must successfully pass the U.S. Department of Justice Security Risk Assessment. Must pass polygraph, background checks, drug testing, psychological and physical agility testing. Proficient with all equipment utilized in the performance of assigned duties, to include but not limited to firearms, restraints, less lethal force weapons and techniques, automobiles, communications equipment, personal computers, investigative and surveillance equipment.
To enforce the law, provide service, information and aid to all citizens as circumstances require, prevent crime, suppress disturbances, investigate criminal offenses, and arrest offenders. Responsible for enforcement duties for the protection, safety and welfare of students, employees, visitors, and all property within the area under the control and jurisdiction of The University of Texas System, including primary jurisdiction in all counties where the UT System has real property interest and secondary jurisdiction in all other Texas counties. Exercises independent judgment within the limits prescribed by law, Rules and Regulations of the Board of Regents, institutional rules and regulations and Director of Police departmental policies and procedures.
Department Marketing Statement
Police Department Mission:
The University of Texas Medical Branch Police Department strives to provide protection and service in a courteous manner to the faculty, staff, students, patients, and visitors of UTMB in conformance with the Regents rules and Regulations, UTMB policies, or federal, state, or local laws and ordinances. The Department also implements programs that are aimed at preserving the assets of UTMB.
Starting Pay for Police Officer: $40,000
Police Career Ladder:
Police Officer I: $47,000 (1 - year Police Officer experience)
Police Officer II: $52,800 (2 - 4 years Police Officer experience)
Police Officer II: $56,100 (5 - 7 years experience)
Police Officer II: $60,000 (8 - 10 years experience)
Police Officer II: $63,000 (11 + years of experience)
Police Officer II: $66,000 (20+ years of experience)
TCOLE Certification Incentive Pay up to $1,620 annually
Education Pay up to $1,140 annually
Must be willing to work assigned shift.
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or University.
Preferred Work Experience
Responsible for enforcement duties for the protection, safety and welfare of students, employees, visitors, and all property within the area under the control and jurisdiction of The University of Texas System, including primary jurisdiction in all counties where the UT System has real property interest and secondary jurisdiction in all other Texas counties. Exercises independent judgment within the limits prescribed by law, rules and regulations of the board of Regents, institutional rules and regulations and Director of Police Departmental policies and procedures.
Holds a Peace Office Commission, issued by the Director of Police, The University of Texas System.
This position requires completion of the typing test with a score of at least 20 words per minute. You must complete this testing at the approved location prior to being considered for this position. If you are a current UTMB employee, you may still need to test if it has been longer than a year, or if your current position did not require scores of 20 words per minute or better.
Applicants may complete the typing and spelling tests at our Welcome Center at 2200 Market Street. Please call 409-747-4800 to schedule an appointment.
Your test scores will be kept on file for one year.
Equal Employment Opportunity
UTMB Health strives to provide equal opportunity employment without regard to race, color, national origin, sex, age, religion, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, genetic information or veteran status. As a VEVRAA Federal Contractor, UTMB Health takes affirmative action to hire and advance women, minorities, protected veterans and individuals with disabilities.
Full/Part Time:* Full-Time
Job Type:* Regular
Job Title:* Police Officer, Police Officer I & Police Officer II - Sourcing Posting
Job ID:* 58988
Business Unit:* CMPSS
Sr. Police Officer II / Master Police Officer
Job Title: Sr. Police Officer II / Master Police Officer
Job ID: 170001FK
Facility: Corporate Services
Department: HSD Public Safety
Location: 200 Lothrop Street, Pittsburgh PA 15213
Are you a law enforcement professional looking to join a team that's centered around our UPMC core value of Quality and Safety? UPMC is excited to be hiring for multiple police officer opportunities at hospitals in and around the Pittsburgh area. Schedules can vary and the title of the position will depend upon the hospital the opening is based.
Responsible for maintaining a safe and secure environment for patients, visitors, staff and all UPMC owned and adjacent properties. Enforces UPMC rules and regulations to both employees and the public. Establish a uniformed police presence by patrolling UPMC hospitals, buildings, grounds and associated areas to deter criminal activity, investigate criminal events, document activities, and take appropriate police action when necessary. Monitors security, fire, and environmental alarms. Responds to and resolves problems, disputes and unusual circumstances as necessary. Provides customer service to patients, families, visitors and staff to maintain a safe and secure environment. Serves as a first responder to any violent act occurring at a UPMC location. Will be armed with a firearm. Oversees the operations of assigned shift and formally leads the daily operations of the department. Organizes and assigns work, and provides daily instruction to staff regarding specific duties and assignments.
Ability to handle evidence control pertaining to UPMC initiated criminal investigations
Appropriately escalates problems and concerns to Management's attention.
Investigates incidents of unusual circumstances reported by UPMC staff, visitors, physicians and patients.
May be required to provide support at various UPMC facilities which would include: Detailed knowledge of the physical layout of multiple facilities. Working knowledge of site specific policies and procedures between sites. Ability to effectively interact with differing management and customer bases from site to site.
May be required to serve legal documents such as arrest warrants, subpoena, Protection From Abuse, etc.
May be required to support various types of investigations that have system-wide implication
May function as a shift supervisor as needed to oversee the operations of assigned shift and formally lead the daily operations of the department, organize and assign work, and provide daily instruction to staff regarding specific duties and assignments.
Must be able to perform as a Security Officer when necessary.
Performs in accordance with system-wide competencies/behaviors
Required to carry, properly handle, and be able to deploy a firearm.
Responds to acts of extreme violence at UPMC owned or controlled properties that have the potential to require the deployment of deadly force as dictated by UPMC policy.
Tasked with the ability to issue PA state citations for certain criminal and traffic offenses, using specific law enforcement applications such as the PA Justice Network, and performing other law enforcement duties as necessary.
Will be responsible for the transportation of those subjected to criminal arrest and subsequent prosecution
High School diploma or equivalent
Five years of prior law enforcement experience in which a firearm was an essential tool and for which, at minimum, annual firearm training and qualification was maintained
OR Act 120 trained or equivalent (PA State Police Act Police Academy training, Police Officer training as mandated by the Federal Law Enforcement Training Centers) with one year of experience in law enforcement or security related field preferred.
Must possess strong interpersonal skills, especially the ability to effectively interact, communicate, and diffuse potential combative situations with persons from all walks of life.
Psychological fitness required to deal with stress and potentially dangerous conflict situations.
Physical fitness requirements to deal with typical physical demands that require full body motion and physical strength and stamina sufficient to respond to crisis interventions and medical emergencies.
Be able to effectively communicate both orally and in written format.
Good interpersonal skills; able to deal with stress and potentially dangerous conflict situations.
All applicants will be subject to a thorough background and criminal record check
Must be available for all shifts
Officers are required to wear a bullet proof vest.
Must be able to perform as a security officer when necessary.
Licensure, Certifications, and Clearances:
Act 235 prior to hire
Act 34 Criminal Clearance
Cardio Pulmonary Resuscitation certification required within 30 days of hire.
Valid Driver's License
Successfully complete UPMC Police Training upon hire.
Successful completion of all UPMC mandated weapons and firearms training.
Successfully pass UPMC Physical Fitness Standard Physical fitness requirements to deal with typical physical demands that require full body motion and physical strength and stamina sufficient to chase, apprehend and subdue criminal suspects, and respond to crisis interventions and medical emergencies.
Salary Range: $16.61 to $27.60
Union Position: no
For the best application experience, we encourage you to apply for this job from a non-mobile device.
Non-Certified Police Officer
Under the general supervision of a Sergeant and in cooperation with the community, performs a variety of policing and law enforcement activities. Tasks are primarily service oriented and include patrol, investigative, and enforcement functions, to generally provide for the safety of the public, and to perform essential functions as required. Duties include an element of personal danger, exposure to adverse weather conditions, apprehending criminals, directing traffic, and transporting prisoners. Incumbents perform duties in accordance with Florida Statues and established departmental policies, procedures, and guidelines. The incumbent must be able to act without close supervision and must be able to exercise independent judgment. Work is reviewed through observation, conferences and review of written work product for results obtained and adherence to established policies and procedures. May be authorized to assume the duties of a Sergeant in their absence.
United States Citizen
Minimum 21 Years of Age
High School Graduate or G.E.D. equivalency
Pass Criminal Justice Basic Abilities Test (CJBAT) or Florida Basic Abilities Test (FBAT) and/or pass a competitive civil service exam (Law)
Pass Basic Motor Skills Test (BMST) for physical agility
Pass Swim Test
Pass an Oral Board Examination
Pass Polygraph Examination
Pass Psychological Screening (Law)
Pass an extensive background investigation
Pass a Chief and/or Command Staff review
Pass an extensive medical evaluation
Pass drug detection by urinalysis test
Meet current State training requirements as necessary
Stable work history
Valid driver's license and acceptable driving record
Must possess ability to exercise discretion
Be of good moral character, have no felony convictions and committed no incidents of violence
Not have been convicted of any felony or of a misdemeanor involving perjury or false statement
Military discharge must be "Honorable"
APPLICANTS MUST SUBMIT
1.Police Personal History Statement (PHS) Booklet (27-Pages). This booklet can be downloaded by clicking the following link: http://www.hollywoodfl.org/DocumentCenter/View/4894
The Personal History Statement booklet must be completed in legible handwriting. Once the PHS is completed and notarized, applicant must scan and upload, as one (1) complete .pdf file (MAX FILE SIZE ~ 10MB), the PHS followed by all applicable documents in list order on page 2 from the PHS to the online application before submitting it. (Submitted Online ONLY - We are no longer accepting hardcopy PHS booklets)
2.City of Hollywood Employment Application (Online Application ONLY)
SUBMITTING YOUR APPLICATION
Once you have completed the Police Personal History Statement (PHS) booklet with all required documents and notarization, you must upload it as one (1) complete .pdf document (MAX FILE SIZE ~ 10MB) and attach it to your online employment application prior to submitting it. NOTE: Please retain your original PHS and supporting documentation as it will be required at point of interview.
EXAMINATION: Candidates must take the Criminal Justice Basic Aptitude Test for Law Enforcement Officers (CJBAT) from I/O Solutions or Broward College and receive a passing score. You may also submit a Florida Basic Abilities Test (FBAT) passing score. Candidates must also pass a Physical Agility (BMST) test, and Swim test prior to their application being submitted.
Candidates must present documentation from the Criminal Justice Testing Center at Broward Community College Institute of Public Safety or any other state-wide acceptable testing institution indicating their passing score of each component with their application. See information below from the Criminal Justice Institute.
BROWARD COLLEGE CRIMINAL JUSTICE TESTING CENTER
AT THE INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC SAFETY
3501 Davie Road, Building 21
Davie, Florida 33314
Testing Center Telephone Numbers and Hours of Operation
Information Desk 954-201-6931 M-F 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Registration Desk 954-201-6790 T-F 8:15 AM – 3:00 PM
Click on the link below for the Testing Center Information Guide
The Criminal Justice Testing Center is NOT a hiring agency, it is a testing center for persons wanting to enter Law Enforcement positions in Broward County. The Criminal Justice Testing Center administers the TESTS OF CRIMINAL JUSTICE BASIC ABILITIES TEST (C.J.B.A.T.), BASIC MOTOR SKILLS TEST (AGILITY), and SWIM TEST to candidates for employment in cooperation with Broward County Chiefs of Police Association. Successful completion of required tests may make you eligible for consideration of further evaluation by participating agencies.
REGISTRATION: Applicants must register on line for all tests and must have a scheduled appointment in order to complete the examination. All information regarding testing is available on the FOLLOWING WEBSITE: https://ips.broward.edu/IPSApplicants/IPS_HomePage_Frm.aspx.
Applicants must present a completed "CJSTC 75" form, a valid photo I.D., and pay appropriate fees to become eligible for written test appointments (appointments are mandatory and must be scheduled in advance).
LAW ENFORCEMENT TESTING FEE: Fees for law enforcement applicants are $50.00 for the C.J.B.A.T., $30.00 for the Basic Motor Skills (Agility) and $25.00 for the SWIM test. Fees must be paid at the time of registration by cash or money order (personal checks not accepted). Fees are non-refundable.
All testing materials will be provided by the Testing Center.
A downloadable/printable study guide for the CJBAT can be purchased on-line for $19.95 at http://recruitment.iosolutions.com/Preparation-Materials/Florida-CJBAT/. It is also available at the BC bookstore in Building 19 for $19.95 + tax.
Monday 1:00 PM (appointment required)
Tuesday 8:15 AM (appointment required)
- BASIC MOTOR SKILL (AGILITY TEST)
Monday 8:30 am (appointment required)
Thursday 8:30 am (appointment required)
- AGILITY PRACTICE (no charge for practice sessions)
Thursday 3:00 PM
- SWIM TEST
Monday 7:00 AM (appointment required)
Following your written examination, you may receive your test result by calling the Testing Center at 954-201-6931 between 9 AM and 3PM on the appropriate day(s) indicated below;
CJBAT RESULTS: Any Wednesday through Friday following your examination.
Upon request the Testing Center will also provide printed documentation of your test scores AFTER you have PASSED all of the necessary tests.
CJBAT test results are valid for four years once you have achieved a passing score.
The BASIC MOTOR SKILLS TEST (Agility) score is valid for six (6) months.
The SWIM score is valid for life.
The City of Hollywood will determine if you meet the minimum requirements for the position. Following meeting the minimum requirements for the position, an examination will take place that will consist of the following test: Evaluation of Training and Experience. The scoring will be as follows:
70 points - for meeting the minimum qualifications of the position as stated above.
5 points - for possession & proof of 30 credit hours from an accredited college or university.
10 points - for possession & proof of 60 credit hours or an Associate's degree from an accredited college or university.
15 points - for possession & proof of 90 credit hours from an accredited college or university.
20 points - for possession & proof of 120 credit hours or an Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university.
5 points - for up to 5 years of previous Sworn local, state or federal law enforcement experience.
10 points - for 5 years or more of previous Sworn local, state or federal law enforcement experience.
Your Training and Experience score (20 points maximum for education plus 10 points maximum for previous Sworn local, state, or federal law enforcement experience for a total maximum score of 100) will establish your rank on the CITY'S CIVIL SERVICE ELIGIBILITY LIST. Your rank may change as we continuously take applications & update the eligibility list.
If you are claiming Veteran's Preference, you must provide a copy of your DD-214 in order to receive preference.
FACTORS WHICH WILL DISQUALIFY YOUR APPLICATION FOR EMPLOYMENT WITH THE CITY OF HOLLYWOOD'S POLICE DEPARTMENT
Prior to being considered for employment by the Hollywood Police Department, all applicants must successfully pass the following: a Police Personal History Booklet review (to include an extensive criminal history and driving record check); an oral board examination; a polygraph examination; a psychological screening; an extensive background investigation; a Chief and/or Command Staff review; a medical exam; and a drug screening. Failure to pass any one of these exams will render you disqualified from employment with the Police Department.
The following are background automatic disqualifiers according to the Police Department's established rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
Automatic Background disqualifiers (to include, but not limited to):
. Five (5) or more traffic moving violations in the last five (5) years or a
poor overall driving history.
. Two (2) OR more drivers' license suspensions in the last five (5) years.
. Any D.U.I. arrest and/or conviction in the last five (5) years.
. Any visible tattoos on the hands, neck or face.
. Any ARREST AND/OR CONVICTION involving domestic violence issues.
. Failure to disclose any traffic tickets, convictions, past employer information, or any other pertinent/relevant information in your background.
. Recent use of any illegal controlled substance.
. If you have failed our background investigation or psychological screening (sworn only) in the past year.
. If you have any discharge other than "Honorable" from the military.
Your application will remain on file for 6 months.
Those applicants who are disqualified may not reapply for one year.
All successful applicants will be required to pass an extensive background which may include criminal history searches, driving history checks, credit report, courthouse searches, education verification, employment verification, professional license verification, or other search methods as deemed necessary for the position. In addition, the applicant will be required to undergo a medical examination, which may include a drug screening, prior to appointment.
Employment of Relatives: The City of Hollywood has an Ordinance which regulates the employment of relatives of City employees. Effective January 28, 2008, a relative may only be hired under the following additional conditions:
The relative must have competed in an appropriate examination process as determined by Human Resources and be placed on a civil service eligibility list;
The relative must be among the top three ranked candidates available on the certified eligibility list unless expanded by the Civil Service Board;
The Department or Office Director and the Director, Human Resources must demonstrate that it is in the best interests of the City of Hollywood to hire the relative of a public officer or employee.
As of 12/15/2005 the City will require all newly hired employees to sign an affidavit affirming non-usage of tobacco or tobacco products within the last year prior to submission of application and will continue to be a non-user of tobacco products throughout employment with the City of Hollywood.
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION: The Employment Office will make reasonable efforts in the examination and workplace to accommodate persons with disabilities. Please advise Human Resources of special needs by calling (954) 921-3216.
The City of Hollywood is an Equal Opportunity / Equal Access Employer.
Per Diem Police Officer Special Events - As Needed
To be considered for this position, candidates must submit a 1) City of Santa Clara Employment Application and 2) Proof of completion of a Basic Peace Officer Academy certified by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) OR proof of completion of Level 1 Reserve Peace Officer POST Regular Basic Course (Reserve Police Officers Only). Incomplete applications will not be accepted.
All applicants are required to obtain authorization from their home agency Chief of Police/Sheriff authorizing them to work on a Per Diem basis for the City of Santa Clara.
Duties include but are not limited to the following:
Under general supervision: patrol designated areas in car, by foot, by bicycle, or other means to preserve law and order;
Enforce parking regulations, issue citations and tow vehicles that are in violation of codes;
Observe, monitor, and control routine and unusual traffic conditions; assist and advise motorists; issue traffic citations and warnings;
Discover and prevent the commission of crimes, and enforce laws and ordinances;
Maintain awareness of and remain alert for wanted suspects, known criminals, stolen vehicles, missing persons, traffic violators, and crimes in progress;
Conduct investigations at scenes of incidents to which summoned or incidents observed to determine what, if any, crime has been committed;
Respond to calls for the protection of life and property, the enforcement of laws and ordinances, general public service calls, and complaints including those involving automobile accidents, traffic hazards, misdemeanor and felony incidents;
Investigate complaints and take appropriate action, which may include the use of deadly or non-deadly force;
Use sound judgment under adverse, stressful conditions;
Identify, collect, preserve, process, and book evidence;
Locate and interview victims and witnesses;
Work in partnership with the Santa Clara Police Department and the District Attorney's Office to follow through on criminal complaints;
Apprehend and arrest offenders for crimes committed under federal, state, and local laws and codes;
Control and mitigate people under the influence of drugs or alcohol or other potentially hostile situations;
Establish and preserve good relationships with the general public;
Answer questions from the public concerning local and state laws, procedures, and activities of the department, apply good public relation principals;
Participate in continuous training required by POST to enhance law enforcement skills including firearms proficiency, defensive driving skills, apprehension and arrest techniques, investigative skills, and general law enforcement skills;
Attend meetings and trainings;
Prepare a variety of reports including those on activities, operations, arrests made, and unusual incidents observed; prepare investigative reports and case information;
Testify in courts and at hearings; prepare and present case evidence;
Escort prisoners to county jail, juvenile hall, or Santa Clara Police Department; and
Perform other duties as assigned.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Currently employed as a Full Time or Part Time Peace Officer with a California Law Enforcement Agency; or
Currently working as a Level I Reserve Police Officer with a California Law Enforcement Agency; or
Retired as a Full Time Peace Officer with a California Law Enforcement Agency.
LICENSES &/OR CERTIFICATES
Possession of valid California Class C driver's license is required;
Proof of a current Basic or higher certificate issued by the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) is required at time of application and for duration of employment. (Not required for Reserve Police Officers, see below);
Must have passed Field Training Program with home agency as required by POST;
Must have passed Probationary Period with home agency;
Pursuant to Government Code Section 1031, applicants must be a citizen of the United States or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for citizenship; and
Must maintain current CPR and First Aid Certification.
Reserve Police Officers Must Also Provide:
- Proof of completion of Level 1 Reserve Peace Officer POST Regular Basic Course (Reserve Police Officers Only).
PHYSICAL AND OTHER REQUIREMENTS
Must be at least 20 years of age at time of application filing and 21 years of age at time of job appointment;
Meet and maintain required peace officer employment standards as required by POST;
Per The California Public Employee Retirement System (CalPERS) "Public Safety retirees on service retirement may not work more than 960 hours in a fiscal year for all CalPERS employers."
Retirees who were medically retired (industrial or non-industrial) should confirm with their retirement plan that accepting employment as a Per Diem Police Officer will not jeopardize their pension;
Must possess the strength and physical ability necessary to perform the essential functions of the position;
Must possess Hearing, speech, and mental capabilities sufficient to perform all of the essential functions of the position; and
Must be willing to be fingerprinted and pass a departmental interview, psychological, medical, and background investigation prior to appointment.
Must possess vision including color, night, depth, and peripheral vision sufficient to perform all of the essential functions of the position; and
Must possess visual acuity of not less than 20/80 vision in each eye uncorrected, and corrected to 20/30 in each eye.
EXCEPTION: Applicants with correction afforded by soft contact lenses are exempt from the minimum uncorrected vision standard of 20/80, provided their corrected vision is 20/30 in each eye.
Will be required to work special events.
Will be required to work odd and unusual hours, including evenings, weekends and holidays.
Will be required to purchase Department Uniforms (reimbursement will occur after working ten regular events).
Will be required to provide safety equipment (defined as ballistic vests, duty belt, and firearm) approved by the Santa Clara Police Department.
Per the California Public Employee Retirement System (CalPERS) "Public Safety retirees on service retirement may not work more than 960 hours in a fiscal year for all CalPERS employers."
Candidates are required to pass a departmental interview prior to being given a conditional job offer. If given a conditional offer of employment, candidates must also pass medical and psychological exams, as well as a background investigation.
Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Possession of the following knowledge, skills, and abilities at a level necessary to do police work:
Interest in Police Work – willingness to handle routine, repetitive tasks; enforce laws that may conflict with personal values; relate to others; work with minorities; work with fellow officers and the general public; participate in situations which require courage; function in different roles; work under hostile conditions, work under hazardous conditions over long periods of time; accept new job duties; and work weekends, holidays.
Ability to Take Orders – the ability to relate to supervisors; to maintain objectivity; to take criticism and control temper.
Ability to Take Responsibility - the ability to work without supervision; reliability; ability to participate in situations which require courage, refrain from abusing authority vested in official role; maintain confidentiality of information; and assume a command presence in conflict situations.
Self-Control – the ability to control one's temper, maintain objectivity; take criticism, function under oral or physical stress; use authority effectively; function in different roles, work under hazardous and hostile conditions for long periods of time, and work at accident and crime scenes which involve severe personal injuries, or in situations which involve loss of life.
Ability to Communicate Effectively – the ability to testify accurately; obtain information from witnesses under normal and stressful conditions; communicate in person, in writing, and via radio.
Ability to Make Reasonable Decisions Rapidly – the ability to reason logically; apply discretion in maintaining confidentiality of information; observe and interpret what is observed; evaluate situations and people effectively; and apply good judgment.
Willingness to Arrest People – willingness to take actions which will result in imposing penalties on others, including depriving them of their freedom; taking a life if necessary; and fighting to win and injuring another if required; use techniques and applications of self defense and proper use of force.
Ability to Learn – the immediate potential to learn to write readable, comprehensible reports; to read and interpret relevant laws and procedural material including designated SCPD Operational Manual Sections and Stadium Security Procedures; read maps; apply regulations; communicate verbally with others under stress, analyze material and situations; and record observations from accident and crime scenes.
Emotional Stability – the ability to take verbal abuse; the possession of: honesty, integrity, maturity, tolerance, self-confidence, truthfulness and psychological stability; ability to meet the physical and psychological demands of police work.
Ability to Problem Solve – the ability to identify problems or issues that are of concern to residents of the City or Stadium attendees.
PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING ENVIRONMENT
The employee is regularly exposed to outside weather conditions; extreme cold, extreme heat, potentially hostile environments; extensive public contact. The noise level in the work environment is usually moderate but may be very loud due to crowd noise, music, sirens, firearm training, etc. Incumbents are required to work various shifts, including evenings and weekends, and may be required to travel to attend meetings or court appearances.
Primary functions require sufficient physical ability to work in a law enforcement setting; restrain or subdue individuals; walk, stand, sit, bike or run for prolonged periods of time;
occasionally stoop, bend, kneel, crouch, reach, and twist; occasionally climb and balance; regularly push, pull, lift, and/or carry light to moderate weights; frequently lift and/or move moderate to heavy weights; occasionally lift and/or move heavy weights; requires a sense of touch, finger dexterity, and gripping with hands and fingers.
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Help Requirements Conditions of Employment
Must be a US Citizen.
Must be determined suitable for federal employment.
Must participate in the direct deposit pay program.
New employees to the Department of the Navy will be required to successfully pass the E-Verify employment verification check. To learn more about E-Verify, including your rights and responsibilities, visit www.dhs.gov/E-Verify/.
The DON does not employ individuals for Law Enforcement Officer positions who have been convicted of a crime of domestic violence on or after 27 November 2002. You must submit DD Form 2760, Qualification to Possess Firearms before appointment.
You will be required to successfully complete a pre-appointment physical examination.
Within the Department of Defense (DoD), the appointment of retired military members within 180 days immediately following retirement date to a civilian position is subject to the provisions of 5 United States Code 3326.
You will be required to obtain and maintain a current valid United States driver?s license.
You will be required to obtain and maintain an interim and/or final security clearance prior to entrance on duty. Failure to obtain and maintain the required level of clearance may result in the withdrawal of a job offer or removal.
Successful completion of a pre-employment drug test (including marijuana) is required. A tentative offer of employment will be rescinded if you fail to report to the drug test appointment or pass the test. You will be subject to random testing.
This is a Mission Essential position. You will be required to ensure organization or facility continuity of operations and/or completion of tasks that are considered essential to the mission designated by a local or command decision.
Employee is required to wear an assigned uniform and display official designated items or accessories to include additional required equipment. The employee must follow and adhere to applicable grooming standards for the installation.
Incumbent must carry firearms and maintain proficiency in the use of assigned equipment.
Incumbent must be able to read, write, and speak English.
Must maintain the applicable weapons qualification standards at the assigned installation.
Must meet applicable federal and/or state minimum age requirements for the assigned installation.
Must meet OPM hearing and vision requirements to include distinguishing basic shades of color.
Must qualify for and maintain an emergency vehicle operator endorsement.
Employee must successfully pass an initial, annual, or any required OPM, DoD, or Department of the Navy mental and emotional stability screening, physical agility test, and physical fitness for duty test.
Positon is subject to shift work, recall and/or unplanned overtime work. Employees are required to provide accurate contact information to supervisor.
Your resume must demonstrate at least one year of specialized experience at or equivalent to the GS-04 grade level or pay band in the Federal service or equivalent experience in the private or public sector. Specialized experience must demonstrate the following: 1) Apprehending personnel by the use of force or police equipment (i.e., firearms, taser, Oleoresin Capsicum (OS) spray); 2) Preparing police reports concerning incidents and actions taken; and 3) Responding to emergency calls for service while adhering to State and Federal laws OR possess successful completion of 4 full years of study leading to a Bachelor's degree in Police Science or comparable degree program related to the work of the position OR have a combination of experience and education as described above which, when combined, is equivalent to 100% of the qualification requirement.
Must successfully complete a required Police Training Academy or equivalent course, e.g. Navy Police Officer Academy; a federal or military police academy; or equivalent law enforcement training. Must also successfully complete any annual sustainment training, Level 1 Oleoresin Capsicum (OC0 contamination training (if applicable), and OC refresher training.
Additional qualification information can be found from the following Office of Personnel Management website:
If you are using education to meet all or part of the qualification requirements, you must submit a copy of your transcripts or an itemized list of college courses which includes equivalent information from the transcript (course title, semester/quarter hours, and grade/degree earned) in your resume. See OPM's General Policies for information on crediting education.
Education completed in foreign colleges or universities may be used to meet the qualification requirements if the applicant can provide documentation indicating that the foreign education is comparable to that received in an accredited educational institution in the United States. It is the responsibility of the applicant to provide such evidence when applying for further information, visit: http://www.ed.gov/about/offices/list/ous/international/usnei/us/edlite-visitus-forrecog.html
- Degree audits are not acceptable.
This position is covered by the Department of Defense Priority Placement Program.
Recruitment incentives may be authorized to eligible new hires.
Relocation incentives may be authorized.
This position has promotion potential to the GS-06 grade. If selected below the full performance level, you may be noncompetitively promoted to the next higher grade level after meeting all regulatory requirements, and upon the recommendation of management. Promotion is neither implied nor guaranteed.
Additional vacancies may be filled by this announcement.
Employees are subjected to a pre-employment background check and ongoing background checks to affirm employability as a Police Officer.
A 40 hour work week is typical of this position.
Physical Demands: Work requires extended periods of physical exertion derived from such activities as running, walking, standing, climbing, bending, driving, and lifting/carrying heavy items. Requires physical stamina, agility and strength to defend themselves, defend others, pursue and apprehend or detain suspects.
Work Environment: Work is performed in an environment which involves exposure to regular and recurring discomforts, such as variations in weather while performing patrols. The incumbent may be exposed to high levels of noise in certain industrial settings, destructive weather or Force Protection Conditions (FPCON). Work involves moderate and high risks and possible endangerment of life or serious injury that requires the exercise of safety precautions and use of personal protective equipment such as body armor, reflective vests, coats, gloves, helmet, boots, goggles, masks, shields, etc.
A tentative offer of employment will be rescinded if the selectee fails to meet the pre-employment requirements, including failure to report to any of the scheduled appointments.
If you are unable to apply online and request information about the Alternate Application process, please contact the Department of Navy's Employment Information Center.
Federal annuitant information: The selection of an annuitant is subject to the Department of Defense and Department of the Navy policy on the employment of annuitants. Policy information may be found at: http://www.secnav.navy.mil/donhr/Documents/CivilianJobs/FedCivAnnuitants.pdf
ICTAP Applicants: To be considered well-qualified and exercise selection priority as an ICTAP candidate for this vacancy, displaced Federal employees must satisfy all qualification requirements for the position and receive a rating in the well qualified category or higher. For more information about ICTAP eligibility please review the following link: https://www.usajobs.gov/Help/working-in-government/unique-hiring-paths/federal-employees/ictap/
Documents submitted as part of the application package, to include supplemental documents, may be shared beyond the Human Resources Office. Some supplemental documents contain personal information such as SSN and DOB and some documents such as military orders and marriage certificates may contain personal information for someone other than you. You may sanitize these documents to remove said personal information before you submit your application. You may be asked to provide an un-sanitized version of the documents if you are selected to confirm your eligibility.
How You Will Be Evaluated
You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.
In order to qualify for this position, your resume must provide sufficient experience and/or education, knowledge, skills, and abilities to perform the duties of the specific position for which you are being considered. Your resume is the key means we have for evaluating your skills, knowledge, and abilities as they relate to this position. Therefore, we encourage you to be clear and specific when describing your experience.
When the application process is complete, we will review your resume to ensure you meet the hiring eligibility and qualification requirements listed in this announcement. You will be rated based on the information provided in your resume and responses to the Occupational Questionnaire, along with your supporting documentation to determine your ability to demonstrate the following competencies:
- ACCESS CONTROL
- CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION
- TRAFFIC CONTROL
You will be evaluated and rated under Category Rating selection procedures. Additional points are not added for veterans' preference; however, preference is still applied. Applicants eligible for veteran's preference will receive selection priority over non-veterans.
If you meet the qualification requirements, your application will be placed in one of three categories:
Best Qualified- Candidates in this category possess exceptional skills and experience to exceed well above the minimum requirements for announced position.
Well Qualified-Candidates in this category possess good skills and experience above the minimum requirements for announced position.
Qualified- Candidates in this category meet the minimum experience requirements for announced position.
If selected, you may be required to provide supporting documentation.
If after reviewing your resume and supporting documentation, a determination is made that you inflated your qualifications and/or experience, your score may be adjusted to more accurately reflect your abilities or you may be found ineligible/not qualified.
Please follow all instructions carefully. Errors or omissions may affect your rating or consideration for employment.
All qualifications requirements must be met by the closing date of this announcement.
Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., professional, philanthropic, religious, spiritual, community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment.
Background checks and security clearance
Lateral Police Officer
Description Benefits Supplemental Questions
The City of Laguna Beach seeks men and women interested in continuing their career in the field of law enforcement in a beautiful beach side community.
Bring your years of expertise and training to the Laguna Beach Police Department. Salary will be determined based upon qualifications and experience and you will be enrolled in the P.E.R.S. "Classic" safety retirement formula of 3% @ 55.
Applications are currently being accepted continuously. Interviews will be scheduled as reasonable numbers of qualified applicants apply.
TESTING FOR A LATERAL POSITION:
To be considered a Lateral Officer your application will include experience as a sworn peace officer in the State of California, including the completion of a probationary period with acceptable performance. A California P.O.S.T. Basic Course Waiver will not be accepted in lieu of current sworn peace officer experience in the State of California.
Those selected for testing will undergo a physical agility test, and with successful completion be invited to a structured panel interview and writing exercise with the Laguna Beach Police Department.
At the successful completion of all testing a qualified candidate will be placed on an employment eligibility list and be considered for hire.
Opportunities for Advancement: Qualified candidates are eligible for promotion to the position of Police Corporal after one year of employment.
The appointing authority will review all job related qualifications of those deemed eligible for hire before making selection decisions.
General probation for all City of Laguna Beach employees is one year.
Examples of Duties:The Police Officer classification is distinguished from higher-level classifications of the Police Sergeant and Police Lieutenant positions, which are supervisory and administrative positions. The incumbent is expected to perform and respond quickly and correctly in emergency situations and make field decisions in accordance with departmental policies and procedures in any given law enforcement assignment.
Examples of Duties:
The duties and responsibilities of the job include, but are not necessarily limited to the following:
Patrols assigned district by automobile, motorcycle/bicycle, ATV, or on foot in order to prevent and detect crime activity and enforce laws, regulations and ordinances.
Responds to radio communications, computer prompts or citizen requests and investigates reported disorders, observed violations, and related incidents.
Notes and reports traffic problems abandoned or damaged vehicles and other safety hazards.
Issues verbal warnings or written citations for parking, moving, and municipal violations.
Investigates traffic accidents and directs and controls the flow of traffic at the scene of accidents, signal failures, special events, natural and unnatural catastrophes in adverse weather conditions.
Investigates and prepares reports on complaints, accidents, offenses and damages to property; interviews witnesses and suspects.
Restores order and maintains peace at public gatherings or in conflict situations.
Collects and preserves physical evidence in accordance with department policy and laws.
Observes and reports conditions conducive to crime activity.
Provides information and assistance to the public in a respectful manner.
Pursues and apprehends suspects.
Makes arrests and advises suspects of rights.
Prepares crime and arrest reports and documents other situations such as traffic accidents and civil disputes.
Appears in Court to testify regarding arrests or other law enforcement activity and case evidence and civil cases.
Searches and transports prisoners.
Completes booking (e.g., digital camera, fingerprinting).
Administers emergency first aid to injured or incapacitated persons until medical personnel are present. Participates in classroom and field training exercises.
May perform the duties of Acting Police Sergeant or Field Training Officer as directed.
Treats Citizens, suspects and fellow employees with respect.
The preceding tasks have been provided as examples of the type of work performed by positions within this job classification of Police Officer. Management reserves the right to add, modify, change or rescind work assignments as needed.
Any combination demonstrating the ability to effectively and successfully perform the duties of the position is considered qualifying. A typical combination is as follows:
Education: Graduation from high school or equivalent, supplemented by completion of the police academy, and classes or course work in police science (minimum of 30 college semester units required).
Experience: Must be a current sworn peace officer in the State of California. A California P.O.S.T. Basic Course Waiver will not be accepted in lieu of current sworn peace officer experience in the State of California.
The incumbent must possess a valid Class C or Class 3 California driver's license and provide evidence of an acceptable driving record. May be required to obtain a Class 4 or Class D license following hire, depending upon position assignment as a Motor Officer.
Hiring consideration will include a background security investigation, polygraph examination, pre-employment physical examination (including a drug test), and psychological screening must be passed as a condition of employment.
Supplemental Information:Also Required:
Laws from the California Penal Code, Business and Professions Code, Health & Safety Code.
State motor vehicle codes, traffic safety regulations and municipal ordinances.
Police science principles.
Police department policies, practices and procedures.
Theories of human behavior.
Federal and state laws, statutes, local ordinances and Court decisions governing arrest and custody of prisoners, search and seizure, rules of evidence, and privacy rights.
First aid techniques.
Safety rules and procedures.
Criminal investigation, crime prevention principles and techniques.
Self defense methods and physical restraint techniques.
Radio codes and communications procedures.
Disease control methods and techniques.
Community related problem-solving techniques.
Operate a police motor vehicle skillfully and safely.
Use firearms and other weapons.
Read and interpret State Motor Vehicle Codes and traffic safety laws and local ordinances.
Accurately recall the circumstances under which criminal, civil or traffic violations occurred for testimony purposes.
Obtain knowledge of City geography, street layouts and traffic and crime patterns.
Read and interpret maps to determine locations of calls.
Work effectively in team response situations.
Exercise tact and diplomacy in maintaining self-control in provocative or confrontational situations.
Communicate clearly and concisely in conveying commands.
Operate two-way radio following proper communications procedures.
Maintain alertness and concentration in emergency situations.
Accurately recall names, faces and details regarding crime incidents.
Follow proper safety rules and procedures.
Work under variable weather conditions.
Properly use tools to gain access to buildings.
Communicate and work cooperatively with co-workers, supervision, and public and private representatives.
Relate effectively with persons from diverse social, ethnic, political, racial and ethnic backgrounds and age groups.
Understand and carry out oral or written commands and instructions.
Complete clear and accurate police reports and work activity records.
May operate an audio or video recorder during field enforcement work.
Operate and make independent decisions without direct supervision.
Make decisions without undue delay in emergency situations.
Thoroughly investigate field assignments as reflected in complete reports.
Campus Police Officer I - Temporary
This is a temporary position (SL) to cover an individual on a leave of absence.
Work Schedule: (40 hours) 3:00pm to 11:00pm Wednesday to Sunday
Days Off: Monday and Tuesday
Patrols the buildings and grounds at routine intervals by foot and motor vehicle in order to maintain site/facility safety and security and to detect and prevent criminal activity. Maintains order among visitors, clients and employees.
Issues keys, photo identification cards and other means of access control. Operates and monitors electronic security and fire detection systems. Issues parking citations or takes other authorized action to control illegal parking on the roadways and parking lots of the campus grounds.
Assists the judicial system by the issuance of court papers to employees, clients, or as otherwise directed by the Director of Security or his designee. Provides security during court hearings by insuring a safe and secure hearing process. Organizes, participates and documents search procedures for missing clients and dependent persons.
Maintains liaison with State Police, Federal and local Law Enforcement agencies through the Campus Police chain of command structure. Responds to medical and psychiatric emergencies, assists in the coordination of emergency response services, assists local, state and federal agencies during disasters, and performs routine inspections of fire alarm systems and related equipment. Maintains accurate documentation of all investigations, inquiries, inspections and other safety/security occurrences through accepted law enforcement standards and practices.
Prepares accurate and concise incident/accident reports consistent with the established Campus Police reporting system as well as DMH incident reporting requirements. Maintains the daily police log. Use and maintains computer based information and reporting systems.
Completes required mandatory classes offered by or as required by Staff Development, the Director of Security. Conducts investigations or as directed by supervisors. Transports clients and patients in accordance with DMH policy and procedure.
Immediately reports noteworthy events in a manner consistent with DMH Critical Communications Policy, Site/Facility Administrative notification policies and procedures, and in accordance with directives to notify Director of Security and /or his designee. Communicates with staff members and clients (patients) in a manner that is appropriate to age, cultural, and/or psychosocial need and is able to refer or direct individuals to an appropriate person, service provider, or agency. Performs functions, as required, to support the provision of mental health services to patients and clients of the Department of Mental Health.
Supports patient/client care staff in management of potentially violent behavioral events.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
Corrigan MHC/ Fall River Site provides comprehensive services to adults and children. Programs include a 16-bed acute in-patient unit, Case Management, Day Treatment Program, Community Based Flexible Support. We offer an excellent salary and benefit package including, tuition remission, health insurance, alternative work schedules, educational/certification incentives (As per Union Contract), shift and w/e differentials.
A criminal background check will be completed on the recommended candidate as required by the regulations set forth by the Executive Office of Health and Human Services prior to the candidate being hired. For more information, please visit http://www.mass.gov/hhs/cori
Education, licensure and certifications will be verified in accordance with the Human Resources Division's Hiring Guidelines
Education and license/certification information provided by the selected candidate(s) is subject to the Massachusetts Public Records Law and may be published on the Commonwealth's website.
For questions, please contact Cathy Nolette at (508) 977-3120.
First consideration will be given to those applicants that apply within the first 14 days.
Minimum Entrance Requirements:
Possession of a current and valid Massachusetts Class D Motor Vehicle Operator's License.
Appointee must be eligible for appointment as a special police officer under Chapter 22C, Section 60 (DPH) and Section 59 (DMH & DMR) of the Massachusetts General Laws.
An Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer. Females, minorities, veterans, and persons with disabilities are strongly encouraged to apply.
Police Officer (Lateral) - Police Department
POSITION SUMMARY/CLASS DESCRIPTION Benefits Supplemental Questions
HOWARD COUNTY POLICE DEPARTMENT IS CONDUCTING WRITTEN AND PHYSICAL TESTING FOR POLICE OFFICER LATERAL.
Written and physical tests: March 3, 2018 at 9:00 a.m.
Written and physical tests: April 7, 2018 at 9:00 a.m.
All testing is conducted at the James N. Robey Public Safety Training Center, 2200 Scott Wheeler Dr., Marriottsville, MD 21104.
Applicants must bring a valid photo ID
A physician's authorization form is required for physical ability testing
For those who have already passed the written exam and only need to take the physical ability test, testing begins promptly at 9:00 am
Written test scores are valid for six months or until the next Academy is selected
In case of inclement weather - call 410-313-3200 for testing status
Starting Salary: $58,753
To be considered for employment, applicants must meet the following standards:
Have two years experience with a full-service Maryland police agency at the time of testing
Possess a current Maryland Police Training Commission (MPTC) Certificate
Be a United States citizen
Possess a valid driver's license
Have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions
Excellent benefits and opportunities:
$3,500 lateral bonus
Health, dental and life insurance
Vacation, disability and personal leave
Uniform/equipment supplied with free dry cleaning service
Take home vehicle for in-county residents
Twelve-hour permanent patrol shifts with 6% night shift differential pay
Day shift cycle: 2 on, 3 off; 2 on, 2 off; 3 on, 2 off
Night shift cycle: 3 on, 3 off
6%-night shift differential pay (up to $3,525 annually)
Four hours overtime XL per pay period (up to $4,406 annually)
Three hours minimum overtime for off-duty court appearances
Multi-lingual specialty pay (up to $3,000 annually upon certification)
Specialty pay to officers assigned to Aviation, Command Post, Computer Operations Section, Criminal Investigations Bureau, Drug Recognition Experts, Education and Training Division, Hostage Negotiation, Honor Guard, Intoximeter Operators, and Special Operations Bureau
Competitive retirement plan (20 years at 50%, 25 years at 75%, 30 years at 80%)
For more information, visit WWW.HCPD.ORG or call 410-313-HCPD.
HCPD is an accredited and EEO Agency.
Police Officer - University Police Department
CSU Job Listing Details
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Job ID: 9677
Police Officer - University Police Department
November 28, 2017
Open until filled
Link to Apply Online:
Campus Employment Homepage:
1 Position Available
SF State University
San Francisco State is a 100% Smoke/Vapor-Free Campus. Smoking or Vaping of any tobacco/plant-based substance is not permitted on any University properties.
The person holding this position is considered a "mandated reporter" under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.
This position may be a "designated position" in the California State University's Conflict of Interest Code. The successful candidate accepting this position may be required to file Conflict of Interest forms subject to the regulations of the Fair Political Practices Commission.
University Police Department
This is a one year probationary position.
Date and Time to be arranged.
Anticipated Hiring Range*
$5,370.00 - $7,235.00 per month ($64,440.00 - $86,820.00 annually)
Salary is commensurate with experience
The University Police Department (UPD) is responsible for enforcement of all laws, apprehension of violators, maintenance of order, preservation of human life, protection, and safety services to the San Francisco State University community. It is our goal to provide a safe environment for our campus community through proactive, progressive and professional law enforcement services.
Our approach places an emphasis on public services and crime prevention. UPD is a progressive customer service-oriented department that encourages employee participation, innovation, and leadership. UPD is dedicated to the university¿s strategic plan, committed to staff development, and promoting new innovative ideas while continuing to incorporate community-oriented policing and problem-solving strategies.
Under the direction of a Police Sergeant, the incumbent is expected to perform law enforcement duties including: foot, bicycle and/or vehicle patrol of San Francisco State University campus, residential properties and surrounding community, investigate and prepare preliminary investigation reports, issue citations, make arrests, assist in the prosecution of violators of law, provide crime prevention information and serve as a proactive resource to a uniquely diverse community. May also work as part of a security detail with civilian and other law enforcement agencies at university and special events.
Have the opportunity to participate in a number of special assignments such as bicycle patrol, various training instructor positions, detectives, background investigations, crime prevention, field training officer, motors and various lead officer positions. Also perform other duties as assigned.
Current enrollment in, or successful completion of, a California Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST).
Possession of a valid Certificate of Completion of the Basic Police Academy is required at the time of appointment.
Must be a high school graduate, have passed the General Education Development (GED) Test indicating high school graduation level, or have attained a two-year or four-year degree from a college or university.
MINIMUM STANDARDS FOR POLICE OFFICER CANDIDATES (California Government Code Section 1031):
Must have no felony convictions.
Must have no misdemeanor convictions containing elements of domestic violence.
Must successfully complete fingerprint and records check including local, state and federal criminal records.
Must satisfy citizenship requirements detailed in Government code 1031 (a) and 1031.5. Be a U.S. citizen, or a permanent resident alien who has applied for citizenship and obtains citizenship within three years of application date.
Must be a minimum of 21 years of age by the time of sworn appointment.
Must have good moral character as determined by a thorough background investigation which will be conducted as prescribed in the POST Administrative Manual, and must be completed prior to appointment date.
Must be free from any physical, emotional, and mental condition which might adversely affect the exercise of powers of a police officer.
Must be able to read and write at the levels necessary to perform the job of a police officer as determined by the use of the POST Entry-Level Law Enforcement Test Battery or other job-related tests of reading and writing ability.
A valid California drivers license is required by the time of appointment.
Working knowledge of public safety, including law enforcement methods, traffic control, arrest and safety procedures in a campus environment, existing criminal codes, law, etc.
General knowledge of crime prevention, first aid and CPR.
Ability to quickly learn and apply campus rules and regulations, asses law enforcement or other hazardous situations, determine an appropriate course of action, prepare clear and concise procedural reports, maintain cooperative and working relationships with the campus community general public, and local and state police agencies.
Incumbent must hold a valid California Driver¿s License as well as continued completion and compliance of the CSU Defensive Driver¿s Training course throughout employment.
Must maintain current licenses, certificates, permits, or other items required for this position; and immediately report to supervisor the loss or expiration of same.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Must be able to perform the essential functions of the job with or without reasonable accommodation. Must be able to complete all the physical requirements of active duty as a police officer.
Must be able to perform law enforcement duties and emergency related duties in various environments (indoor, outdoor, inclement weather, and other adverse conditions, etc.).
Requires ability to work various rotating shifts including nights, weekends, and holidays. May be required to work on short notice.
May be required to travel, including during the evenings/nights and weekends.
Personal protective equipment required: police uniforms (as described in the University Police General Orders Manual) and duty belt with weapons.
Must be able to competently interact with a culturally and ethnically diverse population of students, faculty and staff.
This position requires the successful completion of a background check.
Threaded through our Total Compensation package is a commitment to Bridging Life's Transitions. SF State is committed to providing our employees with a comprehensive program that rewards efforts that are appreciated by your colleagues, students and the customers we serve.
We offer a competitive compensation package that includes Medical, Dental, Vision, Pension, 401k, Healthcare Savings Account, Life Insurance, Disability Insurance, Vacation and Sick Leave as well as State Holidays and a dynamic Fee Waiver program, all geared towards the University's commitment to attract, motivate and retain our employees.
Security Officer - Houston Police Officer (Multiple Shifts)
We are searching for a Security Officer who can thrive in a fast-paced hospital environment. In this position you'll be asked to patrol, guard, and protect the assets, staff, patients and visitors of the hospital, functioning in this capacity as an off-duty Houston Police Department Officer or Supervisor.
Think you've got what it takes?
Patrols the physical assets of the hospital to maintain maximum security and ejects persons from the premises when appropriate
Conducts a continuous foot patrol of all buildings and grounds of the hospital, enforcing all applicable local, city, state, and federal laws
Stands guard post in the Emergency Room in order to protect the assets, staff, patients, and visitors of the hospital
Creates security reports on the appropriate hospital software
Provides security escorts for staff and money transfers
Active status as a law enforcement officer for a public agency
Knowledge of security functions
Ability to utilize a personal computer (to enter reports)
Ability to function calmly in stressful, emergency situations and be courteous to others
Since 1954, Texas Children's has been leading the charge in patient care, education and research to accelerate health care for children and women around the world. When you love what you do, it truly shows in the smiles of our patient families, employees and our numerous accolades such as being consistently ranked as the best children's hospital in Texas, and among the top in the nation by U.S.News & World Report as well as recognition from Houston Business Journal as one of this city's Best Places to Work for ten consecutive years.
Texas Children's comprehensive health care network includes our primary hospital in the Texas Medical Center with expertise in over 40 pediatric subspecialties; the Jan and Dan Duncan Neurological Research Institute (NRI); the Feigin Center for pediatric research; Texas Children's Pavilion for Women, a comprehensive obstetrics/gynecology facility focusing on high-risk births; Texas Children's Hospital West Campus, a community hospital in suburban West Houston; and Texas Children's Hospital The Woodlands, a second community hospital opening in 2017. We have also created the nation's first HMO for children, established the largest pediatric primary care network in the country and a global health program that is channeling care to children and women all over the world. Texas Children's Hospital is also academically affiliated with Baylor College of Medicine, one of the largest, most diverse and successful pediatric programs in the nation.
To join our community of 13,000 dedicated team members, visit texaschildrenspeople.org for career opportunities. You can also learn more about our amazing culture at infinitepassion.org.
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