LE Employment Opportunity Listings

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

*NOTE: Must provide Job Expire Date.

Police Officer – Kirkwood

JOB OPENING
CITY OF KIRKWOOD, MISSOURI
POLICE OFFICER – Full-time
(Academy Trained)

RESPONSIBILITIES:
 Performs uniformed patrol work involving traffic and crime control;
 Investigates criminal activity
 Arrests offenders;
 Protects of life and property.

REQUIREMENTS:
 Strong communication skills
 Ability to act effectively in emergency and non-emergency situations.
 Must be a U.S. citizen;
 No felony or serious misdemeanor convictions;
 Possess a valid driver’s license;
 Excellent physical and mental condition.
 Must be 21 years of age on or before the date of appointment.
 Must meet the POST training requirements for a first class county in the State of Missouri, or
currently be enrolled in a qualified academy graduating by August 2019.

Non-Smoking Environment

STARTING SALARY: $61,110.85 per year or depending on experience, plus excellent benefits.

To apply: Please download, print and complete the Applicant Personal History Statement at Printable
Application or e-mail mcfatrmc@kirkwoodmo.org or call 314/984-6975 to request an application to be
sent to you. Return completed Applicant Personal History Statement to: City of Kirkwood, Attn: Human
Resources-PO, 139 South Kirkwood Rd. Kirkwood, MO 63122

Application Deadline: 5:00 p.m. CST; December 31, 2018.
PERSONS REQUIRING AN ACCOMODATION TO APPLY FOR A JOB OPENING SHOULD CONTACT HUMAN
RESOURCES AT 314/822-5809.
THE CITY OF KIRKWOOD IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER AND PARTICIPATES IN E-VERIFY.

(Post Date: December 12, 2018) (Post expires: December 31, 2018)

Evidence Manager/Support Coordinator – Bellefontaine Neighbors

Job Title: Evidence Manager/Support Coordinator Division: Bureau of Special Operations, Administrative Services Supervisor: Bureau of Special Operations Commander Classification: Full-Time – Hourly / Non-Exempt Salary Range: $39,106.38 – $45,819.36 (D.O.Q.)
Evidence Manager/Support Coordinator – Bureau of Special Operations, Administrative Services.

1. Purpose. Assigned to the Bureau of Special Operations (BSO) and serves as the administrator of the Property Room. This position receives all incoming property/evidence, fully documents it, stores it systematically, preserves its condition, maintains it securely, to lawfully release or dispose of it, and maintains a complete chain of custody of the entire process that is sufficiently accurate and complete to satisfy any court requirements. This person also performs a variety of duties relating to multiple law enforcement records applications, maintaining orders of protection, records packing, and relative Department training management. Reports to the Major assigned as the BSO Bureau Commander.

2. Essential Functions and Responsibilities. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

• Manages the daily operations and daily work activities of the Property and Evidence Room to ensure efficient services are being provided in compliance with State, local and Federal laws and standard operating procedures.
• Ensures that incoming property and evidence is packaged in accordance with agency guidelines.
• Preserves all incoming property/evidence from contamination, theft, or loss.
• Maintains and updates documentation with tracking information, commonly known as the “chain of custody.”
• Enters necessary data into the property unit tracking system (automated or manual systems).
• Ensures that all releases and dispositions of property and evidence are legal and accurately documented.
• Arranges and documents interim releases and returns of evidence for court, crime lab analysis, or investigative use.
• Operates property management software and information systems, as needed.
• Prepares and forwards property-related forms to requesting units and agencies.
• Serves as the liaison for property and evidence matters between the agency and other local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies.
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• Maintains current knowledge of federal, state, and local laws related to property and evidence management.
• Provides for maintenance of the property and evidence storage facility and areas.
• Inventories property and evidence based on the policy demands of the agency.
• Ensures that all efforts are taken to make the property unit as safe as possible for employees as well as property and evidence.
• Stores property and evidence in the designated storage areas.
• Limits access to the Property Room to only authorized individual(s) and maintains access logs.
• Ensures that there is adequate security for the Property Room.
• Oversees the destruction and release of evidence.
• Identifies and coordinates training needs for Property and Evidence personnel.
• Conducts in-service training on current Property and Evidence standards and practices.
• Ensures all responsibilities of the Property and Evidence division are performed in a timely manner.
• Oversees audits and inventories.
• Updates standard operating procedures as appropriate.
• Orders, issues and maintains adequate supplies necessary for storage and preservation of property and evidence.
• Maintains accreditation standards and prepares accreditation documents.
• Attend/testify in all criminal and civil courts when summoned.
• Transport property and evidence to and from the crime labs for analysis when needed, maintaining proper chain of custody throughout the process.
• Prepares various letters, memorandums, reports, and other correspondence to wide range of people.
• Ensures that police department employees are trained and certified accordingly in the appropriate usage of REJIS, MULES and NCIC.
• Develops record keeping procedures and manages appropriate department records in accordance with applicable regulations, policies, and standards.
• Enters and verifies orders of protections in accordance to regulations and maintain active list for department reference.
• Conducts background investigations for law enforcement purposes and CJIS security, from FBI-NICS, out of state background checks, military recruiters, and probation and parole.
• Updates and maintains subject criminal history files as it relates to the Department’s jurisdiction, including but not limited to arrest entry update, disposition updates, and modifying police report documentation as needed.
• Maintains department file of all warrants issued by the Municipal Court.
• Provides assistance to the Records Attendant when necessary or as directed.
• Assists with incoming inquiries to the Department by phone or in person as needed and when the Records Attendant is out of the office or otherwise unavailable.
• Responsible for Closed and Expunge records.
• Responsible for criminal justice activities such as corrections; viewing, sending, and corrections of messages, inquiries, entry of orders of protection, monthly validations of and cancellations of wanted persons, guns, vehicles and securities.
• Maintains and updates Emergency Contact list for Businesses.
• Performs daily computer data entry and retrieval duties.
• Responsible for maintaining and updating the Master Forms Manual which contains various documents, letters and report forms utilized by the Department.
• Performs other reasonably related duties as assigned by the Major assigned as the BSO Bureau Commander.
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General Requirements:
High school diploma or General Education Diploma equivalent. Several years of office experience. General understanding of law enforcement records and municipal court process. Familiarity with office equipment and file management, as well as excellent computer, organizational, and customer service skills. Must maintain a complete working knowledge of the function and operation of the telephone system, records management principals, practices and methods. Knowledge of city, state and federal laws, codes and regulations governing police records management retention and property and evidence management. Must possess a strong work ethic with strong attention to detail with effective communications skills. Must be able to successfully complete a criminal background check. Must obtain and maintain law enforcement application training and certification as required by position within the first twelve (12) months of employment.
Preferred Experience and Certifications:
Experience with and applicable certifications for Computer Aided Report Entry (CARE) records management system, Regional Justice Information Service (REJIS) and Missouri Uniform Law Enforcement System (MULES) databases, File-On-Q property and evidence management system, and general property and evidence management, such as training provided by the International Association of Property and Evidence, preferred.
Hiring Process:
• Completed application with all requested attachments • Interview with police department staff. • Satisfactory completion of a criminal background investigation. • Interview with Chief of Police and the Mayor. • Employment drug screening.
All full-time City employees serve a twelve (12) month probation period from the date of hire.

Salary and Benefits:
Starting salary with no previous experience is $39,106.38 and may be adjusted depending on qualifications. Salary is accompanied by an employee fringe benefit package, which includes health and dental insurance, paid holidays, vacation, a defined pension plan and a defined contribution 457 plan.
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Contact information and availability:
Completed applications, to include a cover letter and résumé, can be submitted in-person, mailed, emailed, or faxed. The job solicitation will remain posted until the position is filled. Please read and follow the submission instructions included with the application. Send all correspondence to:
Bellefontaine Neighbors Police Department Attn: Angie Wojtkowski 9641 Bellefontaine Road Bellefontaine Neighbors, MO 63137-1818 Office hours: Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM – 5:00 PM. Phone: (314) 867-0080, ext. 250 Email: bnpdapplicant@cityofbn.com

(Post Date: November 28, 2018) (Post expires: January 28, 2019)

Police Officer/Full-Time – Village of Claycomo

The Village of Claycomo, Missouri is accepting applications for full-time Police Officer vacancies. All applicants must be at least 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED, be POST certified or able to obtain certification in the State of Missouri prior to employment and possess a valid driver’s license. Applicants must be able to learn, interpret and apply MO State Statutes, City Ordinances, County and other public policies. Missouri state residency not required, must reside within 30-mile radius of Village. A background investigation to include a criminal history check, written exam, oral board interview, post-offer drug screen, will be conducted. All full-time Police officers work 12-hour shifts. The Village of Claycomo is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

TYPE:  Full Time

SALARY:  The Village offers excellent fringe benefits and a competitive starting salary..

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS: High School Diploma or GED/Missouri POST Certification

OBTAINING AN APPLICATION:  A completed employment application is required and may be obtained at Claycomo City Hall, 115 E. US 69Hwy, Claycomo, MO, 64119 or on the Village website www.claycomo.org. Applications along with a resume may be submitted to major.griffin@claycomopd.org. They may also be delivered, mailed or picked up at The Village of Claycomo, 115 E. US 69Hwy Claycomo, Mo. 64119. Questions may be directed to Major Roy Griffin at (816) 452-4613. (The position will close on 12/17/2018)

(Post Date: November 28, 2018) (Post expires: December 17, 2018)

Police Officer – Canton

The City of Canton, Missouri is currently accepting applications for a full-time Police Officer.
Applicants must be 21 years of age, and possess a current A or B Missouri Peace Officer license and valid driver’s license. Applicants will need to pass a background investigation and drug screening upon hire.
Applications can be picked up from the Canton Police Department. Benefit package includes fully-paid health insurance for officer, Missouri LAGERS retirement plan, a raise after 6 month probation period, paid vacation, sick time and leave time after one year. On-call time is also paid along with an annual uniform allowance.
Starting salary for non-experienced applicants is $14.41 per hour and all other applicants will be determined on experience. Applicants having graduated from the academy in the last year may be eligible for tuition reimbursement; upon contract signing.
Applications can be obtained at our office, via facsimile or via email request from: jbrewer_cpd@centurytel.net. Officers with experience please attach resume and cover letter.
The Canton Police Department reserves the right to accept or reject any applications. The City of Canton is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Chief Ryan Crandell 108 N. 5th Street P O Box 231 Canton, Missouri Phone: 573-288-4412 Fax: 573-288-4498

(Post Date: November 19, 2018) (Post expires: January 18, 2019)

Chief of Police – Vandalia

The City of Vandalia, Missouri (Pop. 3,899) is accepting applications for Chief of Police.

This position is responsible for supervision of five full-time officers.  Ideal candidate must be experienced in police administration and officer training, have a proven track record, and be an innovative leader and an excellent communicator with team building skills.

This position requires at least five years of progressively responsible work experience in a command or administrative capacity for a municipality, county or state law enforcement agency. Salary estimated range of $39,500 to $47,500 annually.

Applications may be picked up at City Hall or by mail by calling 573-594-6186 and returned with resume to:  City of Vandalia, Attn: Brandie Gay, City Clerk, 200 East Park Street, Vandalia, MO  63382.    EOE.

Position is open until filled, and applications will first be reviewed on January 2, 2018.

(Post Date: November 19, 2018) (Post expires: December 21, 2018)

Police Officer – Branson West

Branson West (population 478) is ideally located in the heart of the Ozarks, we’ve got a rich history and a unique small town atmosphere with big city amenities. We are the “City at the Crossroads”. As the cornerstone of commerce in Stone County Missouri, Branson West has much to offer. Our businesses are so varied the list quite literally runs from Abstracts to Zoological, and everything imaginable in between. With Restaurants, Motels, Medical services and a host of Retail establishments, you will find that Branson West’s merchants provide a quiet, friendly, unhurried shopping experience second to none.

The City of Branson West is an organization that serves the public with integrity while offers its employees harmonious work /life balance, self-directed work and great benefits all within a highly collaborative environment.

We are dedicated to providing the highest level of services to ensure an exceptional quality of life for our community and are currently searching for an enthusiastic, service-minded and motivated individual to fill immediate opening as a Full time Police Officer. We offer excellent benefit package which includes health, dental, and vision care plans.  Holiday, personal, sick, vacation and competitive Pay.

Candidate must be able to use independent judgement in complex emergency situations and become proficient with applicable local, state and federal law.

Applicants must have a high school diploma or GED. Must be at least 21 years of age or older at the time of hire, pass extensive background investigation and drug test, be available to work all shifts (days, evenings, overnights, swing, rotating shifts etc.), weekends, and holidays. Must be a POST Certified and possess a Valid Missouri Driver’s License. US citizenship as required be Section 590.030 RSMO

Applicants can pick up an application at the Branson West Police Department located at 110 Silver Lady Lane between 8:30 a.m. – 5:00 p.m. Monday thru Friday or call (417) 272-3400 and an application can be mailed or e-mailed.

Application deadline: Until position is filled.

(Post Date: November 19, 2018) (Post expires: January 18, 2019)

Chief of Police – Platte City

City of Platte City

Employment Opportunity

CHIEF OF POLICE

Full-Time Position

Salary Range $64,198-$89,944,

Hire Point DOE/DOQ

 Platte City, Missouri is seeking applicants for Chief of Police to replace incumbent who is retiring after nine years in the position following a 30+ year law enforcement career in the Chicago area.

Platte City Police Department has 13 sworn positions, including the Chief of Police and is an innovative department with high quality vehicles, equipment and training.  The Department is an early adopter of law enforcement technology including use of body cameras since 2010.

The Platte City policing strategy focuses on community engagement and integration of law enforcement staff and activities with the community and with all city departments and functions.  Applicant’s knowledge of and practical experience in effective utilization of community policing and community engagement is essential.

Platte City has a population of 5,000, is the county seat of Platte County and is located on Interstate 29; five miles north of Kansas City International Airport, 20 miles from downtown Kansas City and 10 miles from the US Army base at Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas.  Platte County R-III school district provides K-12 schools located within the city limits.

The City has a very low crime rate.  Citizen satisfaction surveys reflect very high levels of resident satisfaction with and support of the City in general and the Police Department in particular.

Position requires Associate’s Degree or above in criminal justice, public administration, sociology or related field; or, comparable combination of professional experience, training and certifications.

Preferred applicant will have minimum of 10 years law enforcement experience with at least five years in a lead officer, supervisory, management position or leadership position.  Missouri Class A POST certificate (or other federal/state equivalent) required.  Out of state hires must obtain Missouri Class A POST within one year of hire.  Law enforcement professionals transitioning from federal, state or military service are welcome.  Residency negotiable based on response time.

Full benefits package includes 100% employer paid individual medical insurance in addition to dental, vision,  life, short term disability, long term disability coverage;  Missouri LAGERS retirement.  City provides uniforms, vests, vehicle and personal equipment.

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

Position open until filled; review begins upon submittal

Applications and Resumes can be submitted by Mail or In-Person:

 City of Platte City,  Attn: Human Resources

400 Main Street,  Platte City, MO 64079

 Visit our web site:  www.plattecity.org

Or by email at humanresources@plattecity.org

(Post Date: November 14, 2018) (Post expires: January 14, 2019)

Police Officer – Arnold

Police Officer

Full-time job

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

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

Benefits

  • Excellent Starting Salary of $50,904 – $53,965, Depending on Education. Top Out Pay of $71,278 – $75,584.
    • Tuition Assistance/Reimbursement
    • Dental Plan Available
    • Paid Group Health Insurance
    • Uniform and Firearm Provided
    • Excellent Vacation Plan
    • Life Insurance
    • 12 Paid Holidays
    • State-of-the-Art Police Facility
    • State-of-the-Art Equipment

    Requirements

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

    To Apply

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

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

    OR email completed form to: rrobinson@arnoldmo.org

For additional information, call 636-296-3204.

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

2101 Jeffco Blvd
Arnold, MO 63010-2742

(Post Date: November 9, 2018) (Post expires: December 15, 2018)

Police Officer – Raytown

Police Officer (Lateral and non-certified)

Base salary for a Missouri P.O.S.T. Class A police officer has been increased to $20.01/hr (with the potential of increased pay for lateral/experienced officers!) Now accepting applications for this position!

The Raytown Police Department offers great pay and benefits, as well as supplying all of your police required equipment (including weapons).  We also provide excellent training that will prepare you to perform as a professional police officer for the City of Raytown.

The base salary for a Missouri P.O.S.T. Class A police officer is $20.01/hr which includes nine paid holidays and two personal days (two additional paid holidays will be added in 2019!.) For experienced officers, an increased lateral pay rate is considered. The base salary for a Non-P.O.S.T. police officer applicants is 10% lower than Class A officers while attending the academy.

Non-P.O.S.T. police officer applicants that are hired will attend the Kansas City Regional Police Academy or the Blue River Police Academy for their training. Upon completion of the Academy, you will continue your training at the Raytown Police Department, where you will complete a 14-week field training program with a Field Training Officer (FTO).

Additional benefits include a clothing allowance, overtime pay, vacation pay, holiday pay, sick leave, life insurance, disability, health and dental insurance plans, pension plan, and a voluntary deferred compensation plan.

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

  • Application Form & ​Employment Questionnaire (Must be submitted together. CLICK on each to open)
  • Written and Physical Agility Tests
  • C.V.S.A. Examination
  • Oral Board Interview
  • Background Investigation
  • Conditional Offer of Employment
  • Medical Examination
  • Psychological Examination

At the end of the application you will be required to attach the following:

IF YOU CHOOSE NOT TO ATTACH THESE ITEMS WITH THE APPLICATION, YOU WILL HAVE ONE WEEK FROM THE TIME YOU SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION TO SUBMIT THESE DOCUMENTS. THE APPLICATION WILL BE PUT ON HOLD UNTIL ALL DOCUMENTS ARE RECEIVED.

You must be at least 21 years of age to take the P.O.S.T Police Officer exam and have a high school diploma or GED.

We encourage applicants to do a ride-along. You can fill out the form here.

If you have any questions please contact Sgt. Aaron Hixon at 816-737-6113 or by email hixona@raytownpolice.org .

(Post Date: November 7, 2018) (Post expires: January 31, 2019)

Dispatcher/Communications Technician – Raytown

Dispatcher/Communications Technician

Base salary for a Dispatcher/Communications Technician has been increased to $17.00/hr (with the potential of increased pay for lateral/experienced dispatchers!) Now accepting applications for this position!

The Communications Unit of the Raytown Police Department plays a vital role in emergency situations for all City Departments and has the responsibility to maintain constant contact with all Emergency Service Providers within the City of Raytown. The Communications Center provides Police and Emergency Medical Service with their communications needs over 10 radio channels, 4 wire-line 9-1-1 circuits, 4 wireless 9-1-1 circuits and 5 administrative lines. Communications Officers are expected to make data entries, monitor video cameras for the premises, and assist Officers with research for reports. The Communications Center is staffed 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, 365 days a year.

If selected, the Communications Unit will provide you with 20 weeks of in-house training that augments the State of Missouri’s mandated training. The successful applicant will work with all of our APCO certified trainers to meet the high standards set by the Raytown Police Department.

Starting pay for a Dispatcher/Communications Technician is $17.00/hr which includes nine paid holidays and two personal days (two additional paid holidays will be added in 2019!.) Additional benefits include overtime pay, vacation pay, sick leave, life, disability, health and dental insurance plans and pension plan. Dispatchers have the choice to wear uniforms provided by the Police Department or their own casual business attire clothing.

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

  • Application Form & Employment Questionnaire (Must be submitted together. CLICK on each to open)
  • Written Examination
  • Skill Testing relating to Communications
  • Background Investigation
  • C.V.S.A. Examination
  • Oral Board Interview
  • Medical Examination
  • Psychological Examination

At the end of the application you will be required to attach the following:

​IF YOU CHOOSE NOT TO ATTACH THESE ITEMS WITH THE APPLICATION, YOU WILL HAVE ONE WEEK FROM THE TIME YOU SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION TO SUBMIT THESE DOCUMENTS. THE APPLICATION WILL BE PUT ON HOLD UNTIL ALL DOCUMENTS ARE RECEIVED.

You must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED.

If you have any questions please contact Captain Candice Schwarz at 816-737-6105 or by email at schwarzc@raytownpolice.org.

(Post Date: November 7, 2018) (Post expires: January 31, 2019)

Communications Supervisor/Lead Dispatcher – Pacific

The City of Pacific, Missouri is seeking qualified candidates for the position of Police Communications Supervisor. This full-time position supervises a staff of five (minimum) certified M.U.L.E.S communications officers in the Pacific Police Department communications center. This position is responsible for staff scheduling, training and oversight of communications radios, computers and other communications equipment.

The ideal candidate will have a minimum of two years experience working in Emergency 911 communications services, preferably with supervisory experience. The ideal candidate will have knowledge of early warning equipment such as weather sirens and emergency phone notifications, as well as recording, video and other equipment. This position also oversees monitoring of subjects being held in the Police Department detention facility.

Minimum qualifications for this position include a high school diploma, GED or equivalent; an Associate’s Degree or higher is preferred. Previous dispatch / communications experience is required. Ability to work varying shifts, including overnight shifts, is a must. Proficiency with computer software programs is strongly desired. Experience with office software programs such as Microsoft Word and Excel is also highly desired. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age.

Pay for this position is negotiable, depending on experience and qualifications. The City of Pacific offers an excellent benefits package, including 100 percent employer-paid health, dental and vision insurance, paid vacation and other leave benefits, and the Missouri LAGERS defined benefit pension plan (L-6).

Prospective applicants may fill out applications at the City of Pacific Police Department, 300 Hoven Drive, Pacific, MO 63069. The City of Pacific is an Equal Opportunity Employer. This position is open until filled.

(Post Date: October 30, 2018) (Post expires: December 31, 2018)

Police Officer – Gladstone

POLICE OFFICER

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS ARE:

  • MUST BE 21 YEARS OF AGE
  • POSSESS A VALID DRIVERS LICENSE
  • FIVE YEARS FULL-TIME EXPERIENCE IN LAW ENFORCEMENT WITH A MISSOURI CLASS B CERTIFICATION; OR MISSOURI CLASS A CERTIFICATION; OR POSSESS A FOUR-YEAR DEGREE FROM AN ACCREDITED UNIVERSITY OR COLLEGE; OR TWO YEARS OF ACTIVE DUTY MILITARY SERVICE.

CURRENT PAY RANGE & BENEFITS:

  • $40,071.00-$60,297.00 + BENEFITS
  • O.S.T. CONTINUING EDUCATION PROVIDED
  • 12 HOUR SHIFTS WITH EVERY OTHER WEEKEND A 3 DAY WEEKEND
  • UNIFORMS AND CLEANING PROVIDED
  • PAID RETIREMENT; VACATION; SICK LEAVE; HOLIDAYS
  • 50% COLLEGE TUITION REIMBURSEMENT

APPLICATIONS MAY BE OBTAINED BY WAY OF:

  • IN PERSON AT THE GLADSTONE DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY, 7010 N. HOLMES, GLADSTONE, MO.
  • CITY WEBSITE AT gladstone.mo.us

 

POSITION OPEN UNTIL FILLED.   RESUMES WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CALL 816-423-4025 OR VISIT OUR WEB SITE AT  www.gladstone.mo.us.  THIS IS A DRUG FREE WORK ENVIRONMENT.  EOE.

(Post Date: October 19, 2018) (Post expires: December 19, 2018)
1001 East High Street Jefferson City, Missouri 65101 Phone: (573) 636-5444
1001 East High Street Jefferson City, Missouri 65101 Phone: (573) 636-5444