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Adair County Sheriff's Deputy Full-time job

 This position is for a Full-Time Law Enforcement Officer working patrol within
Adair County.

Deputy requirements:

• CLEET certified
• Self-motivated to serve the citizens of Adair County with pride and fairness
• Requires minimal supervision
• Promote high standards of honesty, integrity and self-discipline
• Department issued firearms, equipment and uniforms
• Take home units within 10 miles radius of Adair County
• Paid vacation, sick leave and comp time
• 80 hour pay period (biweekly payroll)
• Ability to work flexible work schedule

Applications can be picked up at 600 Paul Mead Road Stilwell, OK Monday - Friday 8:00 a.m. - 4:00 p.m.

600 Paul Mead Rd
Stilwell, OK 74960-4430

                                                                (11/21/2017)


Altus, Oklahoma Police Department

 

 

Application Deadline:

Nov 2, 2017

 

Entry Level Salary:

$33,633.00 annual

 

Academy Graduate:

$34,902.00 annual

 

Lateral:

$37,627.00 annual

 

Top Pay:

$52,790.00 annual

 

 

JOB DESCRIPTION:

 

The Altus Police Department is now accepting applications to fill multiple positions in the Patrol Division. This position is open to entry level applicants as well as experienced officers who maybe looking to relocate.

 

Lateral officers (including out of state and Federal) with up to 4 years of experience are eligible to start at step 4 of our payscale. We also have various assignments other than patrol including, Investigations, K-9 handler, DARE officer, Narcotics, and Training.

 

 

Applications are available at Human Resources located on the 2nd floor of City Hall at 509 S. Main in Altus or by emailing bedmonds@altusok.gov.

 

Please read and follow all instructions contained in the application to ensure your application is received and accepted.

 

• Member of the Oklahoma Police Pension System 

• Take home cars as they are available if you reside in the city limits 

• All equipment with the exception of boots will be provided

• Age: 21 to 45

• Education: High School Diploma

• Experience: No experience required

 

Applicant must pass a background investigation, National Police Officer Selection Test, MMPI, Oklahoma Police Pension Physical, and CLEET PT standards.

 

CONTACT INFORMATON

 

Sgt. Brad Edmonds

 bedmonds@altusok.gov

 

 Altus Police Department

 509 S Main St

 Altus, Oklahoma 73521

 phone: (580) 481-2223

                                                                                         (9/26/2017)


Amber, Oklahoma Police Department

The Amber Police Department is accepting applications/resumes for Reserve Police Officers

Requirements & Qualifications:

  • Must be an American Citizen and possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License
  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • High school diploma or GED
  • CLEET Certified a plus but not required
  • No felony convictions
  • No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence
  • Must not have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within last 5 years
  • Must pass through background check
  • Must pass fingerprint clearance
  • Must submit to the state mandated MMPI test
  • Able to volunteer at least 16 hours per month
  • Able to work weekends and occasional special events
  • Must be able to complete our F.T.O program.
  • Have highly principles ethics and moral character
  • Have excellent communication skills
  • Must be able to work in a small community

Interested applicants will be initially screened by the reserve supervisor prior to final selection process by the Chief of Police.

Email resume/questions to:

apdofficers@gmail.com

Or pick up applications at the Amber Police Department

404 Holly Ave
Amber, OK 73004
(405)222-2175

The Town of Amber is an Equal Opportunity Employer

                                                                                                       (10/19/2017)

Full - Time Police Officer Position

The City of Anadarko is now accepting applications for the above position. Applications are available from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm Monday through Friday in the Personnel Office at Anadarko City Hall, Located at 501 West Virginia Ave. Anadarko, OK 73005. Applications may also be found on the City of Anadarko Website.

 For more information Contact Asst. Chief Regina Jones Anadarko Police Department (405) 247-2411 or email rjones@cityofanadarko.org.  

                                                                                                        (10/16/2017)


 Reserve Officers- City of Anadarko

 

Requirements:

• Must be at least 21 years of age
• Must have a high school diploma or GED
• Must have a valid Oklahoma driver's license
• Must submit to the state mandates MMPI test
• Must pass a background investigation
• No felony conviction or major misdemeanors
• No domestic violence convictions
• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude
• No pending criminal charges.
• Must NOT have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within the last 5 years
• 16 Hours per month volunteer.
• Highly principled ethics and moral character
• A true desire to serve all members of society
• Must be CLEET certified.

 

  Asst. Chief Jones
a rjones@cityofanadarko.org
Police Department
201 NE 1st Street
Anadarko, OK.

                                                                                                       (8/22/2017)


 City of Ardmore:
COMMUNICATION MANAGER

Salary      $28.04 - $29.41 Hourly

 $2,243.20 - $2,352.80 Biweekly

Description:

With minimal supervision, this position manages a two shift, 7 day a week, 24 hour a day emergency response communications center. Responsibilities include supervising, training, and scheduling for the Lead Dispatchers and line Dispatchers to ensure the center runs smoothly and officer safety is of the highest priority. Maintains communications equipment, including radios and computer consoles to ensure all calls for service are responded to by the appropriate personnel in a safe, prompt, efficient manner.

Duties:

•     Responsible for overall operations of the communications center making sure it is running in an efficient manner. Includes ensuring all calls for service are promptly and efficiently handled by communications personnel and are transmitted or transferred to the appropriate personnel according to current policies and procedures. Manage all communications personnel.

•     Perform supervisory responsibilities, which may include interviewing potential employees, hiring, and training employees; planning, assigning, and directing work; performing job evaluations, and rewarding and disciplining employees. Carry out supervisory responsibilities in accordance with policies and applicable laws.

•     Supervise personnel who handle life and death situations on a daily basis and situations that could incur great liability if not handled properly

•     Supervise personnel responsible for updating the Sheriff's Office 911 map books as the 911 office makes changes and releases updates.

•     Responsible for personnel who maintain and update routing instructions for roads in the City to ensure emergency services personnel will be able to find locations and arrive on scenes in a timely manner.

•     Supervise personnel responsible for State Crime Information Center/National Crime Information Center entry and deletion of warrants, orders of protection, missing persons, runaway juveniles, stolen and impounded vehicles, and articles for the Police Department ensuring the personnel make entries and deletions according to State and Federal law

•     Supervise personnel responsible for the Computer Aided Dispatch system database maintenance to ensure the system is continually update so data used is accurate and offers its full potential.

•     Maintain statistics on all 911 calls, officer calls for service, and State CIC statistics

•     Assist with preparing monthly reports of shift activity and statistical records.

•     Supervise personnel handling problems and complaints involving the communications center.

•     Plan and organize the day to day operations of the communications center to include preparation of yearly budget, purchasing, payroll, scheduling, compiling statistics, responsible for maintenance for the computer aided dispatch system and routing maintenance of all Sheriff's Office communication equipment which includes remote tower sites as well as the office itself.

•     Ensure all Federal Communications Commission radio licenses are renewed in a timely manner.

•     Arrange for associated training needs of dispatch personnel, including developing and updating the communications training program. Maintain records of all training that has been received and ensure re-certification deadlines are met.

•     Function as State CIC.

•     This position is the primary Public Safety Answering Point (PSAP) Manager, and is the single 911-point of contact, which carries with it all the associated responsibilities. Provides all the necessary training, information, supplies, etc. and to ensures all 911 calls are handled in accordance with 911 Rules and Regulations.

•     Ensure quality control and quality improvement is maintained for all calls for service received by the dispatchers.

•     Develop and update the communications policy manual and make recommendations for policy changes or reviews.

•     Serve as project manager on assigned special projects, which includes the ability to write formal bids, request for proposals, and negotiate contracts. Responsible for overseeing the recording system and ensuring it is operational at all times, recording all radio traffic channels, 911 telephone lines and administration telephone lines.

•     Perform any other related duties as required or assigned.

Qualifications:

Skills and Knowledge:

•     Ability to think and act quickly and appropriately in emergencies and highly stressful situations
•     Ability to work effectively with all regulatory agencies and the general public
•     Knowledge of the methods to handle sensitive information and property/evidence
•     Knowledge of state, county, and city ordinances, laws, regulation, etc.
•     Basic computer skills in Word and Excel
•     Ability to type 30 words per minute

Education/Experience/Certifications/Licenses:

•     High School Diploma or GED
•     Five (5) years of dispatch experience
•     OLETS Certification
•     NCIC Certification
•     Three (3) years of supervisory experience over a minimum of 2 staff members preferred

Preference Given to:

•     Associates Degree
•     Five (5) or more years supervisor experience
•     Supervision of five (5) or more staff members                                                                           

 https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/ardmorecity/jobs/1906561/communication-manager

                                                                                                   (11/20/2017)


The Atoka Police Department is accepting applications for the position of full time Patrol Officer

Minimum Qualifications:

• Applicants must be a citizen of the United States and possess a valid OK Driver License
• Applicants must have a High School Diploma or GED equivalent
• Applicants must be between the ages of 21 and 45
• CLEET Certification is preferred, but not required
• Non Certified applicants are subject to written, physical and MMPI testing
• Applicants must pass a comprehensive medical examination and participate in the Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement System
• Applicants must pass a background investigation and oral interview
• Applicants cannot have pending criminal charges
• Applicants must be able to relocate and reside within forty five (45) miles of Atoka
• Applicants must be able to work all shifts

Minimum Benefits include:

• $29,120.00 starting annual salary (CLEET Certified)
• Longevity salary increases after years:  two, four, nine and fourteen
• $1,200.00 annual uniform allowance
• Paid vacation that increases with years of service
• Paid holidays
• Paid medical insurance after 60 days
• Paid life insurance
• Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement System membership

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. 

Applications may be obtained from the:

Atoka Police Department
1384 West Liberty Road
\Atoka, OK 74525

                                                                                                        (12/1/2017)


Bacone College Campus Police Department
(Muskogee, Oklahoma)

Bacone College is hiring for a Part Time Officer.

Salary: $15.00 Hour.

General Statement of Duties: The Campus Police Officer is responsible for patrolling and securing the Bacone College Campus. The incumbent will enforce laws and ordinances as well as Bacone College policies and procedures. Their duties shall include but are not limited to: regulating traffic, crowd control, prevention patrols, citations and arrests as required by State Code.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

Provide for public safety by maintaining order, promoting good community relations, responding to emergencies, protecting people and property, enforcing Bacone College policies and procedures, motor vehicle, and criminal laws.

Record facts to prepare reports that document incidents and activities.

Monitor, note, report and investigate suspicious persons and situations, safety hazards, and unusual or illegal activity in patrol area.  

Identify, pursue, and arrest suspects and perpetrators of criminal acts. 

Patrol specific area on foot or motorized conveyance, responding promptly to calls for assistance.  

Render aid to accident victims and other persons requiring first aid for physical injuries.  

Investigate traffic accidents and other accidents to determine causes and to determine if a crime has been committed.  

Testify in court to present evidence or act as witness in traffic and criminal cases.  

Photograph or draw diagrams of crime or accident scenes and interview principals and eyewitnesses.

 Skills and Abilities:

Ability to use logic and reasoning to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to problems.  

Complex problem solving skills and excellent oral and written communication skills.  

Ability to operate computer and telecommunication systems.  

Experience in handling complaints, settling disputes, and resolving grievances and conflicts, as well as, use of relevant information

Qualifications:

Education and/or Experience: CLEET Certified

Clear driving record and current drivers license required.

 

Please submit a letter of application/resume to the Human Resources Office. Online application must be submitted.

Bacone is a private four-year college with a mission to provide opportunities to American Indian students and employees. EOE

                                                                                                      (11/20/2017)


Big Cabin, Oklahoma Police Department
The Town of Big Cabin police department is now taking applications
for reserve police officer.

 Qualifications:

  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Full-time or Reserve CLEET certification preferred
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • No Felony Convictions
  • No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence
  • Able to work holidays
  • Able to work weekends
  • Be able to work in a small town environment
  • Have highly principled ethics & moral character
  • Have excellent verbal and written communication skills

 Application deadline is September 29, 2017

Applications may be picked up at the:

Big Cabin Police Department
112 E. Main
Big Cabin, OK 74332

 or

Email Chief Darryl Jay at: d.jaybcpd@junct.com

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 (9/12/2017)


Town of Binger Police Department is looking for Reserve Police Officer's

 

Requirements:

  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Must have a high school diploma or GED
  • Must have a valid Oklahoma driver's license
  • Must submit to the state mandates MMPI test
  • Must pass a background investigation
  • No felony conviction or major misdemeanors
  • No domestic violence convictions
  • No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude
  • No pending criminal charges.
  • Must NOT have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within the last 5 years
  • 16 Hours per month volunteer.
  • Highly principled ethics and moral character
  • A true desire to serve all members of society
  • Must be CLEET certified.

Come by the Binger City Hall and get a application.

Binger City
202 West Main
Binger OK 73009
Chief James Pate

                                                                                                    (8/21/2017)


 Bixby Police Department
Position: Police Officer

 Department: Bixby Police Department

 

The City of Bixby is seeking applicants for the position of Police Officer.  Applicants must have 60 credit hours from an accredited college; pass a written exam, physical fitness test, oral board, MMPI and criminal background investigation. Starting annual salary of $36,882 with a competitive benefits package. The City of Bixby is an equal opportunity employer.

 

Applications available at City Hall 

116 W. Needles 

www.bixbyok.gov  or www.bixbypolice.org

 

 

Application Deadline is September 29, 2017, no later than 5pm.

                                                                                              (9/14/2017)


CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA SHERIFF'S OFFICE

THE CADDO COUNTY SO IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF FULL TIME DEPUTY.

THIS POSITION WOULD BE A FULL-TIME LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER WORKING PATROL IN ALL OF CADDO COUNTY. COMMISSIONED DEPUTIES MUST BE SELF-MOTIVATED, REQUIRE MINIMAL SUPERVISION, AND PROMOTE HIGH STANDARDS OF HONESTY, INTEGRITY, AND FAIRNESS.

REQUIREMENTS:

• 21 YEARS OF AGE AND BE A U.S. CITIZEN
• MUST HAVE HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GED
• MUST HAVE VALID OKLAHOMA DRIVER'S LICENSE
• HAVE NO FELONY OR MAJOR MISDEMEANOR
   CONVICTIONS, OR NO PENDING CRIMINAL CHARGES
• HAVE NO DOMESTIC ABUSE CONVICTIONS
• MUST HAVE NO RECENT INVOLVEMENT WITH ILLICIT
   DRUG USE/ABUSE
• MUST HAVE A HIGH DEGREE OF ETHICAL STANDARDS
   AND MORAL CHARACTER
• MUST HAVE SOUND JUDGEMENT AND THE ABILITY TO
   THINK QUICKLY
• MUST BE AVAILABLE TO BE CALLED OUT IN THE
   EVENT OF EMERGENCIES
• MUST BE ABLE TO PERFORM POLICE DUTIES WITHOUT
   ANY PHYSICAL RESTRICTIONS OR SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS
• MUST BE WILLING TO WORK EITHER DAY OR NIGH SHIFT
• MUST PASS BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION, DRUG SCREENING TEST
•  MUST PASS ORAL INTERVIEW
• MUST BE WILLING TO RELOCATE TO CADDO COUNTY
• C.L.E.E.T CERTIFIED PREFERRED

BENEFITS INCLUDE:

• STARTING SALARY IS $2,457.00
• BENEFITS PACKAGE INCLUDES MEDICAL AND DENTAL
• UNIFORMS PROVIDED
• TAKE HOME VEHICLE

Contact information 405-247-6666 ext 2008

Or email caddosec070978@yahoo.com

 

                                                                                                        (10/25/2017)


CADDO COUNTY, OKLAHOMA SHERIFF'S OFFICE
THE CADDO COUNTY SO IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF FULL TIME DETENTION OFFICER.
 

APPLICANTS MUST BE SELF-MOTIVATED, REQUIRE MINIMAL SUPERVISION, AND PROMOTE HIGH STANDARDS OF HONESTY, INTEGRITY AND FAIRNESS.

 

REQUIREMENTS:

• MUST BE 21 YEARS OF AGE AND BE A U.S. CITIZEN
• MUST HAVE HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GE
• MUST HAVE VALID OKLAHOMA DRIVER'S LICENSE
• HAVE NO FELONY OR MAJOR MISDEMEANOR CONVICTIONS, OR NO PENDING   CRIMINAL CHARGES
• HAVE NO DOMESTIC ABUSE CONVICTIONS
• MUST HAVE NO RECENT INVOLVEMENT WITH ILLICIT DRUG USE/ABUSE
• MUST HAVE A HIGH DEGREE OF ETHICAL STANDARD AND MORAL CHARACTER
• MUST HAVE SOUND JUDGEMENT AND THE ABILITY TO THINK QUICKLY
• MUST BE AVAILABLE TO BE CALLED TO WORK IN THE EVENT OF EMERGENCIES
• MUST BE ABLE TO PERFORM DETENTION OFFICER DUTIES WITHOUT ANY             PHYSICAL RESTRICTIONS OR SPECIAL ACCOMMODATIONS
• MUST BE WILLING TO WORK EITHER A DAY OR NIGHT SHIFT
• MUST PASS BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION AND DRUG SCREENING TEST
• MUST PASS ORAL INTERVIEW

BENEFITS INCLUDE:

• UNIFORMS PROVIDED
• BENEFITS PACKAGE INCLUDES MEDICAL AND DENTAL
• STARTING SALARY IS $2249.00 A MONTH

 

CONTACT INFORMATION 4015-247-6666 EXT. 2007

OR EMAIL BRANDIECADDOSEC@YAHOO.COM

                                                                                                       (11/62017)


Town of Calera Police Department is looking for Reserve Police Officer's

Requirements:

•     Must be at least 21 years of age or 21 at time of firearms training
•     Must have a high school diploma or GED
•     Must have a valid driver's license
•     Must submit to the state mandated MMPI test
•     Must pass a background investigation
•     No felony conviction or major misdemeanors
•     No domestic violence convictions
•     No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude
•     No pending criminal charges.
•     Must NOT have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within the last 5 years
•     20 Hours per month volunteer
•     Highly principled ethics and moral character
•     A true desire to serve all members of society
•     Cleet Certified Preferred, but will Certify

 

Visit online at Calerapd.com or come by the Calera Police Department and get an application. Submission by Test dates December 2nd and December 16th

 

Officer Joey Scott
112 West Main
Calera, OK 74730

joey.scott@calerpd.com

                                                                                                         (11/1/2017)


Canton Oklahoma Police Department
Canton Police Department is accepting applications for one full time
Police Officer

Date Open: November 27, 2017

Date Closed: When filled

Requirements:

·     CLEET Certification is desired, but  will entertain non-certified applicants.
·     Must be an American Citizen
·     Must be 21 years of age
·     Have valid Oklahoma Drivers License- Insurable Driving Record
·     Must pass MMPI
·     Must pass background investigation
·     No Felony convictions
·     No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence
·     Able to work weekends and varied shifts
·     Able to work in small town environment
·     Must relocate to with in the Town of Canton jurisdiction
·     Have highly principled ethics and moral character
·     Have excellent communication skills

Applicants may pick up applications at the Canton Police Department

or request one be sent by email or fax at:

   robertmurray1823@yahoo.com or call (580) 530-0713

Canton Police Department
112 N Washington
Canton, Oklahoma 73724

Chief Robert Murray

                                                                                                      (11/28/2017)


Carney Oklahoma Police Department
Carney Police Department is accepting applications/ resumes for one full time Police Officer

 

Date Open: August 29, 2017
Date Closed: When filled

Requirements:

  • Must be an American Citizen
  • Must be 21 years of age
  • Have valid Oklahoma Drivers License- Insurable Driving Record
  • Must pass MMPI
  • Must pass background investigation
  • No Felony convictions
  • No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence
  • Able to work weekends and varied shifts
  • Able to work in small town environment
  • Have highly principled ethics and moral character
  • Have excellent communication skills

Applicants may pick up applications at the City Clerk’s office
or request one be sent by email or fax at:

    cityofcarney@gmail.com or call (405) 865-2380

   Carney Police Department
202 N. Main
    Carney, Oklahoma 74832
     Chief Dava Savage

                                                                                                       (8/31/2017)



Chelsea Police Department is currently seeking applicants for

full time police officer

Must be CLEET or POST certified.

Minimum requirements include but not limited to the following:

• No convictions of a felony, domestic abuse  or crimes of moral turpitude.
• No misdemeanor drug or alcohol convictions in the past 5 years.
• Good driving record.
• Ability to communicate clearly and concisely.
• Must be available for shift work, call outs and special events.

 

Applicants will have a background investigation completed prior to employment.

If you are interested and can meet the minimum qualifications, then please come by the Chelsea Police Department at 508 Vine and pick up an application. You may email us for an application also at chelseadispatch@gmail.com

The Township of Chelsea is an equal opportunity employer.

                                                                                       (11/6/2017)


Choctaw County, Oklahoma Sheriff's Office

The Choctaw County Sheriff's Office is now accepting applications for the position of Patrol Deputy/Investigator.

 

Must be CLEET Certified or eligible for Certification by Reciprocity.

 

Applications may be obtained in person at the:

 

Choctaw County Sheriff's Department
305 East Jefferson
Hugo, OK 74743
580-326-2130



City of Clinton Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Patrol Officer.

 

Minimum qualifications for position of Patrol Officer:

• Must be 21 years of age
• Valid driver license
• No felony convictions
• High School diploma or GED

Applicants are required to submit to the following:

• Interview review board
• Extensive background investigation
• Psychological evaluation
• Physical examination

Patrol Officer Basic Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Respond to calls for police service
  2. Provide preventative police patrol
  3. Engage in Community Policing Activities
  4. Enforce the laws of the State of Oklahoma and ordinances of the City of Clinton
  5. Perform jail duties and provide municipal court security
  6. Prepare criminal reports and testify in court
  7. Engage in continuing training and education.

The beginning salary for a certified patrol officer ranges between $33,981 and $40,181. Pay is dependent upon an individual’s education and training certifications. Incentive pay is available for those possessing college degrees, instructor certification in certain skill areas, and bi-lingual skills. Upon successful completion of the required pension physical, patrol officers become contributing members of the Oklahoma Police Pension Retirement System.

Officers are afforded the following benefits

    1. 80 hour pay period (paid every two weeks)
    2. Comp time off for overtime work
    3. Paid vacation and sick leave
    4. Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance provided for the employee
    5. If residing within a six (6) mile radius of the City of Clinton limits the officer
        is eligible for an individually assigned patrol vehicle which may be kept at the
        officer's residence.                
    6.  Uniforms and equipment are provided by the department.

Persons interested in applying for this position may contact the City of Clinton Human Resources Office to obtain an application. Applications may be returned by mail, email, fax, or in person at the Clinton City Hall. Further information can be found by visiting the City of Clinton website at www.clintonok.gov.

CLEET certification is preferred but not required.

Clinton City Hall
415 W. Gary Blvd
Clinton Ok., 73601
Ph: 580-323-7897
Fax: 580-323-7873

Email: personnel@clintonok.gov

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        (8/17/2017)


Clinton, Oklahoma Police Department

The City of Clinton is accepting applications for the position of Police Dispatcher/911 Operator.

Salary for this position is $26,841 to $28,431 depending upon education and training.

Further information concerning this position can be found by visiting the City of Clinton website at www.clintonok.gov or by contacting the following:

Human Resources
City of Clinton
415 W. Gary Blvd.
Clinton, OK. 73601

Ph: 580-323-7897
Fax: 580-323-7873 

Email: personel@clintonok.gov

(8/18/17) 


THE COAL COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE IS HIRING JAILERS/DISPATCHERS, FULL AND PART TIME POSITIONS AVAILABLE. MUST BE ABLE TO WORK ALL 3 SHIFTS, PASS A CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK, DRUG SCREEN. APPLICATIONS SHOULD BE PICKED UP AT 4 N MAIN STE 8

 

COALGATE, OK 74538. STARTING PAY IS AROUND $10.00 /HOUR  FULL TIME EMPLOYEES HAVE OPTIONAL HELATH INSURANCE BENEFITS AND COMMON COUNTY BENEFIT PACKAGE. HOLIDAY PAY VACATION AND SICK LEAVE.

                                                                                                        (10/17/2017)


South Coffeyville Police Department

 The Town of South Coffeyville is accepting resume for the position of Police Officer.

Qualifications include:

·         Must be 21 years of age or older.
·         Must have a high school diploma or GED.
·         Must have a valid driver’s license.
·         CLEET certifications is not required but preferred.
·         Must submit to MMPI II test if required.
·         Must pass background check.
·         Have no felony convictions or major misdemeanors.
·         Must have NO domestic violence convictions.
·         No crimes of moral turpitude.
·         No pending criminal charges.
·         Must be able to work shift work.
·         Must have good communication skills for possible SRO assignment.
·         Highly principled ethics and moral character.
·         A true desire to serve all members of society.
·         Be able to work in a small town environment.

Must be willing to relocate into the South Coffeyville 911 dispatch area within 6 months of hire. Applicants will be subject to an extensive background check and pre-employment drug screen.

Family Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Insurance after 1 month. Vision, Dental, AFLAC available to the officer.

Vacation, sick leave, holiday pay, comp time and/or overtime pay.

Minimum starting pay $13.00 or more depending on experience. CLEET certified officers will be preferred with a higher starting salary.

The Town of South Coffeyville is an equal opportunity employer.

Send resume to:
South Coffeyville Police Department
Attention: Chief of Police
PO Box 100
South Coffeyville, OK 74072

Or Fax it to:
918-255-6750

Or email to
Chief Lamb
police@southcoffeyvilleok.gov


Wade L. Lamb, Chief of Police

                                                                                              (10/4/2017)


Cordell  Police Department

 The Cordell Police Department is now accepting applications to fill two positions in the patrol division. The position is open to entry level applicants as well as experienced. Qualifications to fill these positions include, but are not limited to:

  • CLEET certified preferred but not required
  • If Reserve certified, must be able to pass and complete the bridge academy
  • Must relocate to  Cordell within reasonable time of hire  date
  • Must be able to  work days, nights, weekends and holidays
  • Must be 21 years of age or older
  • Must possess a High School diploma or  GED
  • No Felony Convictions
  • No convictions of crimes of moral turpitude or domestic   violence
  • No DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation in past 5 years
  • Must submit to MMPI Test
  • Must be able to work in small community
  • Valid Oklahoma Driver's License
  • No pending criminal charges
  • Good moral character
  • Strong desire to serve the community
  • Must pass background check
  • Must pass pre-employment drug screening

Benefits include:

  • Take home patrol car once you've relocated within the city limits
  • Paid vacation and sick leave
  • 80 hour pay period (paid every two weeks)
  • Medical, Dental, and Life insurance provided for the  employee
  • Longevity pay

Applications may be picked up at the Cordell Police Department Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm located at:

105 W. Main
Cordell OK, 73632
580-832-2121

                                                                                                        (10/23/2017)


Employment opportunity

The Crescent Police Department is accepting applications for a full-time Police Officer position.

Requirements:

• Full-time Peace Officer certification
• Must be a U.S. citizen
• Must be at least 21 years of age.
• Must possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent.
• Must successfully pass pre employment drug screening.
• Must pass background investigation
• Must not have a conviction for a Felony Crime,  conviction of a major misdemeanor, crimes of moral turpitude, under indictment, or involved in a pending criminal litigation.
• Must have a valid Oklahoma driver's license and a good driving record.
• Must be willing to work shift work. This includes nights, weekends, and holidays. Shifts subject to change to suit the needs of the department.
• Must have have good judgment and be able to think quickly

Benefits:

• Retirement
• Health, dental, vision, and life insurance provided to the employee at no cost
• Vacation, sick leave, comp time
• 9 paid holidays
• Cell phone allowance
• Salary range $2200 - $2400 monthly,  dependant upon experience.

 

Applications can be emailed or picked up at the:

Crescent Police Department
205 N Grand St
Crescent, OK 73028.

Application, resume, and all required documents must be submitted to be considered.

Contact Lieutenant Andrew Stephens for questions or to request an application.

Email: Astephens@cityofcrescent.com

                                                                                                         (12/8/2017)


CUSHING POLICE DEPARTMENT
The City of Cushing, Oklahoma is seeking to fill 2 positions for Police Officer.

 

Cushing is a diverse community of approximately 7,853 ideally situated less than 1 hour from Oklahoma City and Tulsa. The City of Cushing is a community with strong law enforcement support.

 Salary for this position is negotiable up to $36,047.87 depending upon experience and certifications.

Officers who successfully complete the FTO Program and reside within 15 minutes of city limits are eligible to participate in the take home vehicle program.

 

What we offer:

  • Oklahoma Police Pension System retirement plan
  • Paid employee medical insurance and very low cost family coverage
  • College incentive compensation:

o     $25.00 per month for an Associate Degree from an accredited college or university.

    o     $50.00 per month for a Baccalaureate Degree from an accredited college or university.

  • $70.00 monthly uniform cleaning allowance
  • All equipment supplied: pistol, duty rig, body armor, uniforms, hat, handcuffs, baton, Taser, and radio.

 Applications are being accepted until the position is filled. An application may be obtained at the:

Cushing Public Safety Center
211 W. Main Street
Cushing, OK. 74023

 www.CushingPD.com.

Any additional inquires or questions may be directed to: deputychief@cityofcushing.org.

The City of Cushing is an equal opportunity employer committed to multicultural diversity.

                                                                                                           (9/1/2017)


 The Town of Dewar, Oklahoma Police Department is taking applications for a full time patrol officer and a School Resource Officer.

• Must be certified

 Contact the Chief at (918)471-9703 for an application and details on starting pay and benefits. Applications may also be picked up at Dewar City Hall, 107 North Broadway, Dewar, OK

                                                                                                    (11/21/2017)


Eastern Oklahoma State College is currently seeking a full-time Campus Police Officer. The complete job description can be found at:

http://eosc.edu/sites/www/Uploads/files/Downloads/Campus_Police_Officer_102417.pdf

                                                                                                        (11/2/2017)


 Edmond Police Department will be hiring officers for next academy to start September 10th, 2018.

 

Applications will go online February 5th.

To view requirements and to obtain more information visit www.edmondpd.com/hire

Starting pay in academy  $56,519

                                                                                                      (12/14/2017)


The City of Elk City is currently hiring F/T Police Officers.

Summary Description: Under general supervision involved, the enforcement of laws and the prevention of crimes; controls traffic flow and enforces state and local traffic regulations; issues citations; participates in and conducts a variety of criminal investigations; makes arrests; provides support and assistance to special crime prevention and law enforcement programs; and performs a variety of technical and administrative tasks in support of law enforcement services and activities.

•     Must be 21 years of age
•     Must have valid Oklahoma Driver’s License with acceptable driving record
•     Must pass extensive background investigation (no felonies, no domestic violence related offenses)

BENEFITS FOR POLICE OFFICER:

•     Starting pay for Patrol I $17.84/hour; Officers already CLEET Certified start at Patrol II $18.59/hour
•     Annual Salary starts at over $44,000
•     Paid holidays, vacation and sick leave
•     Employee paid health, life, dental and vision
•     Dependent health, dental and vision $155/month
•     Police Pension

For more information contact HR Director, Kye Harper at 580-225-3231 or harperk@elkcity.com 

The City of Elk City is an Equal Opportunity Employer

                                                                                                      (11/14/2017)


The Fairview Police Department is currently accepting applications for a
full-time police officer/animal control. 

Must be at least 21 years old, no felony convictions, crimes of moral turpitude, or convictions of domestic violence.  Must be able to pass a full background check and drug screens. 

CLEET certification is desired but not required. 

Competitive salary and benefits package. Equipment provided, cell phone, uniform allowance, and yearly boot allowance provided. 

Applications can be obtained at the police department, 203 E. Central, Fairview, OK 73737 or online at:  fairviewok.org

Residency will be required within a reasonable time of employment. 

Applications will be accepted until position is filled. 

                                                                                                     (11/21/2017)


Police Chief, City of Fairview, Oklahoma

 

The City of Fairview, Major County, Oklahoma (2,658 population estimate 2016)is receiving applications and resumes for the position of Police Chief.  Statutory Council-Manager Form of Government.  Compensation is competitive and will be based on experience and qualifications.  This is a high-profile position in the organization and community. The person selected for this position will exemplify the highest moral and ethical values. A minimum of five years experience as a Police Chief or as a peace officer with requisite experience is required together with CLEET Certification; a bachelors degree in police science or other related discipline is desired.  Additional experience in supervising, directing, and controlling a police department is essential and may be substituted for some or all of the educational requirements. 

 

To apply please send a cover letter, detailed resume, employment application, and at least five work related references to Jerry Eubanks, Interim & Acting City Manager, at P.O. Box 386, Fairview, Oklahoma 73737, or e-mail him at jeubanks@fairviewok.org.  A job description and employment applications are available upon request.  The position will be open until filled. 

 

The City of Fairview is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

                                                            (10/4/2017)


 

 The Town of Gage is looking for a Police Officer

Community of around 425 people. 

The candidate must already be Cleet Certified. 

For more information contact the Town Office

at 580-923-7727 or email resume to Townofgage@gmail.com

                                                                                                    (8/22/2017)



 Grant County Sheriff’s Office

Sheriff’s Deputy

$31,920.00 - $33,120.00/year

 

Grant County, Oklahoma, office located in Medford. Must be willing to relocate to the jurisdiction within a reasonable amount of time after hire. CLEET certified preferred but not required. 

 

ROLE AND RESPONSIBILITIES FOR SHERIFF’S DEPUTY

 

Responsible for protecting the life and property of the citizens in the county or area he or she is assigned to. Performs investigations, responds to calls of distress, and testifies in court

 

• Patrol assigned area and watch for suspicious activity.

• Arrest people for suspected crimes, including burglary, theft, drugs, larceny, homicide, and sexual crimes.

• Solve emergency and routine incidents.

• Conduct preliminary and follow-up investigations.

• Gather and bag evidence at crime scenes.

• Patrol buildings and ensure they are secure.

• Apprehend suspects who flee.

• Search vehicles for drugs or paraphernalia.

• Perform sobriety tests on those suspect of driving under the influence.

• Pull over speeding vehicles and issue citations.

• Interview victims and complainants.

• Prepare reports of arrests and file paperwork.

• Serve warrants and subpoenas.

• Search houses and other properties for evidence.

• Assist local fire departments and emergency medical technicians.

• Perform search and rescue operations.

• Search for missing persons.

• Contact and cooperate with other law enforcement agencies in matters relating to the investigation of crimes and the apprehension of offenders.

• Conduct public information sessions on law enforcement matters.

• Provide security in county courts.

• Issue citations and warnings.

• Serve as a detention officer at times

 

ADDITIONAL NOTES

Must be willing to relocate within the county in a reasonable amount of time after hiring.

Applicants will be subject to an extensive background check and pre-employment drug screen.

Must have a valid driver’s license

Must have no felony, drug or domestic related convictions

Must be able to pass MMPI psychological evaluation

Must have no crimes of moral turpitude

Must have high moral character, be willing to work nights, weekends and holidays

Must have a strong desire to serve the citizens of our county

 

Contact our department by email to receive an application: admin@grantcoso.org

                                                                                               (9/29/2017)


City of Harrah is accepting applications for full-time Patrolman/Police Officer

Applicants must meet the following requirements:

  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Must have a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License
  • Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent
  • Must not have been convicted of a felony
  • Must be able to pass background check, written exam, physical agility test, MMPI, Polygraph test, Drug Screen and Oklahoma Police Pension Physical
  • CLEET certified preferred

Application and Job Description available city website at www.cityofharrah.com.

Application and signed copy of Job Description MUST be returned to the City of Harrah, Attn: Human Resources, PO Box 636, Harrah, OK 73045 or delivered to Harrah City Hall, 19625 NE 23rd

 

Deadline for accepting applications is Friday, November 17, 2017 at 5:00 PM. 

The City of Harrah is a Drug Free EOE.

                                                                                                                                                                                                              (11/6/2017)


The City of Healdton is seeking a Part Time Paid Police Officer or Officers to start immediately. Full Time or Reserve Certified Officer only for this position

Police Pensioned, OLERS and OPERS retirees are encouraged to apply, as well as over 5 and (out of state certified peace officers) applicants. Applicants may pick up applications at the Clerk’s Office at 167 Franklin Street in Healdton or request one sent by email at: healdtoncityclerk@yahoo.com

 

• Must be at least 21 years of age
• Must have a high school diploma or GED
• Must have valid driver's license
• Must pass background check
• Must have no felonies, domestic violence, crimes of moral turpitude, or major  misdemeanor convictions
• Must have no pending criminal charges
• Must be willing to work overnights, weekends and holidays
• Must have a strong desire to serve community
• Highly principled ethics and moral character
• No serious Employment-Misconduct.

Healdton Police Department
167 Franklin St
Healdton, OK 73438

                                                                                                      (10/19/2017)



Healdton, Oklahoma Police Department

 The City of Healdton is seeking (1) Full Time Police Officer.

 

 

Starting hourly rate $14.00 for fully certified peace officers.

 

Blue Cross Blue Shield Health Insurance after 1 month, Vision and Dental provided at no cost to the officer and AFLAC available. OMRF Retirement provided to full time employees which can be vested after 5 years. Take home car available for officers that reside within City Limits. Officers may reside up 50 miles from Healdton city limits. Applicants may pick up applications at the City Clerk's Office or request one sent by email at:

healdtoncityclerk@yahoo.com

 

Police Pensioned, OLERS and OPERS retirees are encouraged to apply, as well as over 5 and retroprocity (out of state) applicants.

 

Requirements:

 

• Must be able to pass a Police background check

• Must have a high school diploma or GED

• Must have valid driver's license

• Must have no felonies, domestic violence, crimes of moral turpitude, or major misdemeanor convictions

• Must have no pending criminal charges

• Must be willing to work overnights, weekends and holidays

• Must have a strong desire to serve community

• Highly principled ethics and moral character

• No serious employment misconduct

• Sound judgment and ability to think quickly

 

Healdton Police Department
167 Franklin St.
Healdton, Oklahoma 73438

                                                                                              (9/22/17)


 Henryetta Police Department will be accepting applications/resumes for the position of Police Officer.

The Henryetta Police Department is a very progressive forward looking Department. The City of Henryetta is located at the intersection of two major highways and offers a diverse and challenging array of service calls. The current population of Henryetta is approximately 6,000 people however, the city services considerably more.

Minimum Qualifications:

High School diploma or GED, Exceptional driving record, ability to work with a tight group of officers and follow directions without question, No felony convictions and no misdemeanor convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence, 2 years verifiable work history, ability to work 12-hour shifts, capability to pass written and physical exam, pass extensive background investigation and oral board, ability to meet the requirements of the state pension plan.

Henryetta Police Department also trains with and is part of the Regional SWAT Team and District 25 Violent Crimes Task Force. In addition, HPD has it's own pneumatic target firing range and believes in training in all aspects of the career.

CLEET Certification preferred but not mandatory for a desirable candidate.   

The Henryetta Police Department offers an extensive benefits package. This package includes a  competitive salary, paid health benefits for employee, take home police vehicle for employee within 15 miles of city. Officers of the Henryetta Police Department also work under a CBA. Those benefits include  clothing and cleaning allowance paid directly to employee, incentives for college credit, incentive for Intermediate and Advanced Certification, C.L.E.E.T. hours, Instructor pay and Longevity pay. Henryetta Police Department is a member of the Oklahoma Police Pension. Police Officers are required to live within 25 miles of the city or at least be willing to relocate to that distance within 6 months of employment.   

 

Qualified applicants may pick up their applications:

Henryetta City Hall
115 S 4th
Henryetta, Oklahoma

The City of Henryetta is an equal opportunity employer. This announcement shall remain in effect until the position is filled.

                                                                                                         (11/6/2017)



The Holdenville Police Department is accepting applications/resumes for Full time Police Officer position.

Requirements:

•     Must be an American Citizen
•     Must be 21 years of age
•     Have valid Oklahoma Drivers License- Insurable Driving Record
•     Must pass MMP
•     Must pass background investigation
•     No Felony convictions
•     No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence
•     Able to work weekends and varied shift
•     Able to work in small town environment
•     Have highly principled ethics and moral character

Have excellent communication skills

Applications may be picked up at the Holdenville Police Department, 100 North Creek, Holdenville, OK

Or at www.cityofholdenville.net

posted until filled

                                                                                                      (11/9/2017)


 The Holdenville Police Department is accepting applications/resumes for Full time and Part time dispatcher.

Requirements:

•     Must be an American Citizen
•     Have valid Oklahoma Drivers License- Insurable Driving Record
•     Must pass background investigation
•     No Felony conviction
•     No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence
•     Able to work weekends and varied shift
•     Able to work in small town environment
•     Have highly principled ethics and moral character

Have excellent communication skills

Applications may be picked up at the Holdenville Police Department, 100 North Creek, Holdenville, OK

Or at www.cityofholdenville.net

posted until filled

                                                              (11/28/2017)


Idabel Police Department is accepting applications for a full-police officer from 9-18-17 until 10-6-17.

 

Applications can be picked up at the police department or may be emailed or faxed upon request by calling 580-286-6554. Applicants must meet the following minimum requirements: Be 21 Years of age, Possess a valid Oklahoma DL, possess a high school diploma or GED, birth certificate, and social security card; Must pass a psychiatric examination required by the state; must pass local. state, and national criminal background checks; pass a reading for information exam, will be required to obtain a residence inside McCurtain County within 60 days of hire.

                                                                                                                                                                            (9/19/2017)


Jones, Oklahoma Police Department

The Jones Police Department is accepting applications
for the position of full time Police Officer and Reserve Officers.

The starting salary for full-time applicants is $12.84 – $14.03 hr. and is negotiable pending on experience.
CLEET CERTIFIED    applicants may apply

Minimum requirements:

Be a citizen of the United States and possess a valid Oklahoma drivers license

Be 21 - 45 years of age or be eligible for the state pension

Have a high school diploma or GED

Have a valid driver’s license

Possess good moral and ethical character.
Be CLEET CERTIFIED at time of employment


Benefits Include:

Competitive Salary

Insurance (dental, health, life, vision)

Vacation Leave

Sick Leave

Holiday Pay

Take Home Car Program after six months’ probation (full-time only).  Our equipment is up to date and well maintained.

Applications may be obtained in person at the:
Jones City Hall
110 E Main
Jones, OK  73049
405-399-2255

                                                                                                      (8/30/2017)


 KAW NATION PATROL OFFICER

 

IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR:   LAW ENFORCEMENT DIRECTOR
CONTROLLING SUPERVISOR: CHAIR

QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates must have a valid Driver License.  BIA and/or CLEET Law Enforcement Certification preferred.  Each officer should possess good communication skills and be in good physical condition.  Weekend and nights required.  Officers can not have a criminal background.  Must be able to pass a drug test.

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  1. Patrol Kaw Nation land, investigate, enforce, and cite or arrest violators of CFR, Tribal Law, and State and Federal laws and refer to proper authorities.
  2. Makes assigned, periodic inspections and patrols of buildings and property.
  3. Performs duties assigned by patrol checklist including an examination of all doors, windows, and gates and reports any irregularities to the Police Supervisor.
  4. Prepare complete and accurate reports with all of the facts.
  5. Report any fire, theft, or other dangerous or irregular occurrences to his/her supervisor.
  6. Record and report description(s) of person(s), license tag(s), and automobile(s) of unauthorized person(s) on property.
  7. Record and submit an accurate log sheet at the end of the each shift, which in addition to regular duties and irregular occurrences, records temperature and weather conditions.
  8. Testify in Tribal, Federal, and State courts when necessary.
  9. Serve court documents such as arrests warrants, search warrants, summons, subpoenas, and civil papers.
  10. Responds to request(s) for assistance on land under tribal jurisdiction.
  11. Provide back-up services when requested to Newkirk City Police and Kay County Sheriff’s Department.
  12. Perform any other responsibilities related to Tribal Police as assigned by the immediate/controlling supervisor.

This position is funded through a Federally funded Grant.  In the event of a Federal Government shutdown, or for any reason we are unable to draw down the Federal Grant monies, this position will be furloughed until such time as the Federal Grant monies are again available.  In the event this grant ends, there is no guarantee of continued employment.

All new hires will be required by the Kaw Nation (post hire) to submit to an employment drug screen.  Failure to pass the post hire drug screen will lead to withdrawal of the job offer or termination of employment.

 

Submit applications with resumes to Kaw Nation:
PO Box 50
Kaw City, OK 74641
Email to: aparks@kawnation.com
Fax to: (580) 269-2536.

For additional information contact:

 Kaw Nation Human Resource Department
(580) 269-2552

 EEO & Drug free work place employer

 Indian Preference considered with verification of Indian Heritage

                                                                                                                                                                                                                              (8/30/2017)


ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR POLICE OFFICER:
The municipality of Kiefer, OK is accepting applications to fill a vacancy for one full-time police officer position and two newly created reserve police officer positions. 

Kiefer is a rapidly growing community in the Tulsa vicinity that fields a 24/7 patrol force of full-time officers and supplements the full-time officers with volunteer reserve officers.  Our supportive community enhances our abilities to serve and protect and the KPD is seeking officers who align to the mission of the department and the community. 

Full-Time benefits include:

• Competitive Compensation
• Paid Training
• Paid Time Off
• OMERF Retirement
• Medical
• Dental
• Uniforms Provided
• Equipment Provided
• Take Home Vehicle
• Municipal Residency Incentives

Requirements: Applicants must:

• Be 21 years of age or older
• Earned High School diploma or equivalent
• Possess valid Oklahoma driver license or able to obtain Oklahoma license
• Must have clean driving record
• Be of sound physical and psychological condition
• Be of good moral character
• Be able to perform under stress;
• Must be able to pass physical agility examination
• Must be able to pass written test with mathematical, reading comprehension and problem solving
• Must be able to pass psychological testing
• Must be able to pass comprehensive background investigation

Disqualifying conditions: 

• Felony convictions
• Convictions for crimes of moral turpitude
• Domestic violence
• Poor driving record

Applications can be obtained in person at City Hall, Monday through Thursday, 8 AM to 5 PM or by email to jomara@kieferpolice.net

Applications must be submitted no later than November 17th at 5 PM. 

Positions must be filled by December 1, 2017. 

Kiefer PD is an equal opportunity employer. 

                                                                                                      (11/9/2017)



Kiowa Police Department

Position: Police Officer

 The City of Kiowa is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer.

Applicants must be CLEET certified.

Benefits Include:

• Starting salary $2500 a month plus benefits package
• Uniforms Provided
• Take home vehicle within boundaries.

Applicants may apply online at www.kiowaoklahoma.com or in person at the Kiowa

Police Department
813 Harrison Street
Kiowa, Oklahoma

For questions contact Jess Wilson at 918-432-
564 or by email: jess@kiowapolice.com

Application Deadline is November 24, 2017.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                (11/7/2017)


           Langston University Police Department (Langston, OK)
The Langston University Police Department is accepting applications

 for the position of a Full Time Police Officer

 

We are seeking a full time certified police officer who is professional, sincere and committed to being a member of one of the finest agencies in Logan County. Full time CLEET certified officers may be required to complete our F.T.O. Program. You must submit three (3) letters of recommendation, a copy of an academic transcript (High School, GED or College), and attach a resume with your application.

 

Requements & Qualifications:

 

•     CLEET certified as a Full Time (preferred)

•     Must be at least 21 years of age and a U.S. citizen

•     Must have a high school diploma or GED

•     Must have a valid Oklahoma driver's license

•     Must submit to the state mandated MMPI test and a drug test

•     Must pass a background investigation

•     No Felony convictions or major misdemeanors

•     No domestic violation convictions

•     No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

•     No pending criminal charges

•     Must NOT have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within the last five (5) years

•     Must be available any shift (nights, weekends and holidays)

•     Highly principled ethics and moral character

 

 

Applications may be picked up at the
main Langston University Campus, or obtained by using the following link:

 

http://www.langston.edu/sites/default/files/basic-content-files/Employment Application.pdf

 

Additional information may be obtained by contacting

 the Police Department at 405-466-3366

                                                            (10/26/2017-extended)


 LAVERNE POLICE DEPARTMENT HIRING FULL TIME OFFICER

          Must be 21 years of age or older.
·         Must have a high school diploma or GED.
·         Must have a valid driver’s license.
·         CLEET certification is not required but preferred.
·         Must submit to MMPI test.
·         Must pass background check.
·         Have no felony convictions or major misdemeanors.
·         Must have NO domestic violence convictions.
·         No crimes of moral turpitude.
·         No pending criminal charges.
·         Must be able to work shift work and be on call as backup.
·         Must have good communication skills for possible SRO assignment.
·         Highly principled ethics and moral character.
·         A true desire to serve all members of society.
·         Be able to work in a small town environment.

Applicants will be subject to an extensive background check and pre-employment drug screen.

Pension, vacation, sick leave, holiday pay, dental and vision insurance provided.

                                                                                                       (11/29/2017)

 

LINCOLN COUNTY E-911 COMMUNICATION CENTER is taking applications for a

full-time 911 dispatcher.

 

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

 

• Must be willing to work shift work (nights, weekends, holidays)

• Must be at least 18 years of age

• Must possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent

• Must pass background investigation

• Must not have a conviction for a felony crime, under indictment, or involved in a pending criminal litigation

• Must have good computer and phone skill

• Dispatch experienced not required but preferred

 

BENEFITS:

 

• OPERS Retirement

• Health, dental, vision, and life insurance provided to the employee at no  cost

• Sick and vacation time accrued

• Holiday compensation

 

 

Applications can be picked up at:

  Lincoln County E-911 Center 

1001 Steel

Chandler OK.

 

Email any questions to lincolnco911@cotc.net

 

                                                                                                                                                         (9/20/2017)


 City of Lindsay Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Patrol Officer.

Minimum qualifications for position of Patrol Officer:

• Must be 21 years of age
• Valid driver license
• No felony convictions
• High School diploma or GED

Applicants are required to submit to the following:

• Interview review board
• Extensive background investigation
• Psychological evaluation
• Physical examination

Patrol Officer Basic Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Respond to calls for police service
  2. Provide preventative police patrol
  3. Engage in Community Policing Activities
  4. Enforce the laws of the State of Oklahoma and ordinances of the City of Lindsay
  5. Perform jail duties and provide municipal court security
  6. Prepare criminal reports and testify in court
  7. Engage in continuing training and education.

The beginning salary for a certified patrol officer is $29347.05. Pay is dependent upon an individual’s education and training certifications. Incentive pay is available for those possessing college degrees, instructor certification in certain skill areas, FTO. Upon successful completion of the required pension physical, patrol officers become contributing members of the Oklahoma Police Pension Retirement System.

Officers are afforded the following benefits

    1. 80 hour pay period (paid every two weeks)
    2. Overtime work
    3. Paid vacation and sick leave
    4. Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance provided for the employee


Persons interested in applying for this position may contact the City of Lindsay Police Department to obtain an application. Applications may be returned by mail, fax, or in person at the Lindsay Police Department located at 101 E. Kiowa Lindsay, Ok 73052.  For more information, contact Chief Wood at 405-756-4481.

                                                                                                      (11/30/2017)


A full time position for a special investigator
for both Latimer and Leflore counties
 

Will investigate sexual assault, domestic violence and stalking cases for both counties. Please contact Deanna Chancellor at 918-647-3814 or email lccan1@windstream.net.

 

Please call the above mentioned number for any questions or to ask for an application. You may also contact thru email.

                                                                                                        (10/30/2017)



The Logan County Sheriff's Office is seeking applications for open full time 911 Dispatcher positions.

 

 

Applicants should have good computer and phone skills, the ability to operate standard office equipment.

 

Applicants should have the ability to multi-task under pressure is very important.

 

• Must be at least 18 years of age.

• Must possess a high school diploma or GED.

• Must possess a valid Oklahoma Drivers License.

• Must not have any felony convictions, serious misdemeanor convictions, domestic violence convictions, pending criminal charges from any state.

• Must have the ability and willingness to work days, evenings, weekends, holidays, etc.

• Must pass a background check.

• Must pass an oral interview board.

• Must pass initial and continued random drug screening.

 

This is a salaried position starting at $1,950.00 per month. Full benefit package at no cost to employee including health, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance from the State Insurance Option Plan. The employee also receives vacation, sick, and personal leave. The employee is enrolled in the Oklahoma Public Employee Retirement System.

 

Applications will be taken until positions are filled. Application and all required documents and materials must be submitted to be considered. Applications are available and are to be returned at the Logan County Sheriff's Office located at 216 South Broad Street, Guthrie, Oklahoma 73044.

 

For questions please contact Lieutenant  Bryce Brown with any specific questions.

 

Dispatch: (405) 282-4100
Fax: (405) 260-3227
Email: Bbrown@logancountyso.org

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          (9/19/2017)


 Detention Center Lieutenant

• This is a salaried position starting at: $2500.00 per month (Certified)
• $50.00 per month (with associates degree)
• $100.00 per month (with bachelors or higher)

Benefits allowance available for health, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance from the State of Oklahoma Insurance Option Plan. The employee also receives vacation, sick, and personal leave. The employee is enrolled in the Oklahoma Public Employee Retirement System.

Detention Deputies are provided uniforms, Taser CEW after Taser certification, OC Spray after OC certification. Detention Deputies are provided with a standard training program that will provide instruction and training on all three shifts. Detention Deputies will become certified in CPR, First Aid, Automated Defibrillator, and the Oklahoma Jail Standards.

Requirements:

• Must be at least 21 years of age.
• Must be CLEET certified.
• Must possess a high school diploma or GED.
• Must possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License.
• Must not have any felony convictions, serious misdemeanor convictions, domestic violence convictions, pending criminal charges from any state.
• Must have the ability and willingness to work days, evenings, weekends, holidays, etc.
• Must pass a background check.
• Must pass initial and continued random drug screening.

 

Applications will be taken until December 10th 2017. Application and all required documents and materials must be submitted to be considered. Applications are available and are to be returned at the Logan County Sheriff's Office located at 216 South Broad Street, Guthrie, Oklahoma 73044.

 

Please direct all inquiries Randy Lester, Jail Administrator @ (405)260-3203. Rlester@logancountyso.org

                                                                                                      (12/5/2017)


 Detention Deputies

 The Logan County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for several open Detention Deputy positions.

• This is a salaried position starting at: $1,950.00 per month (Uncertified)
• $2,300.00 per month (CLEET Certified)
• $50.00 per month (with associates degree)
• $100.00 per month (with bachelors or higher) 

Benefits allowance available for health, dental, vision, life, and disability insurance from the State of Oklahoma Insurance Option Plan. The employee also receives vacation, sick, and personal leave. The employee is enrolled in the Oklahoma Public Employee Retirement System.

Detention Deputies are provided uniforms, Taser CEW after Taser certification, OC Spray after OC certification. Detention Deputies are provided with a standard training program that will provide instruction and training on all three shifts. Detention Deputies will become certified in CPR, First Aid, Automated Defibrillator, and the Oklahoma Jail Standards.

Requirements:

• Must be at least 18 years of age. (21 if CLEET certified)
• Must possess a high school diploma or GED.
• Must possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License.
• Must not have any felony convictions, serious misdemeanor convictions, domestic violence convictions, pending criminal charges from any state.
• Must have the ability and willingness to work days, evenings, weekends, holidays, etc.
• Must pass a background check.
• Must pass initial and continued random drug screening.

 

Applications will be taken until positions are filled. Application and all required documents and materials must be submitted to be considered. Applications are available and are to be returned at the Logan County Sheriff's Office located at 216 South Broad Street, Guthrie, Oklahoma 73044.

 

Please direct all inquiries Randy Lester, Jail Administrator @ (405)260-3203. Rlester@logancountyso.org

                                                                                                              (12/5/2017)


 Patrol Deputy

 The Logan County Sheriff's Office is seeking applications
for the position of full-time Patrol Deputy.

• This is a salaried position starting at: $2,200.00 per month (Uncertified)
• $2,300.00 per month (CLEET Certified)
• $50.00 per month (with associates degree)
• $100.00 per month (with bachelors or higher)

Requirements:

• Must be at least 21 years of age
• Must have a high school diploma or GED
• Must have valid driver's license
• Must pass background investigation
• Must have no felonies, domestic violence, crimes of moral turpitude, or major misdemeanor convictions
• Must have no pending criminal charge
• Must be willing to work overnight and weekends and holidays
• Must have a strong desire to serve community
• Highly principled ethics and moral character
• Sound judgment and ability to think quickly

Benefits Packages Available Which Include:

• Insurance (dental, health, life, vision)
• Retirement
• Vacation Leave
• Sick leave
• Holiday leave

 

Applications will be taken until December 10th 2017. Application and all required documents and materials must be submitted to be considered. Applications are available and are to be returned at the Logan County Sheriff's Office located at 216 South Broad Street, Guthrie, Oklahoma 73044.

 

Please direct all inquiries Major Greg Randolph at grandolph@logancountyso.org

                                                                                                          (12/5/2017)


 

CITY OF MCALESTER

NOTICE OF JOB POSTING

JOB TITLE:  POLICE RECRUIT

 

TO:             ALL APPLICANTS
FROM:       SHEILA MALDONADO, HR COORDINATOR
RE:             JOB OPENING

 

APPLICANTS:  DO NOT USE THE REGULAR APPLICATION.  YOU WILL NEED TO PICK UP A POLICE RECRUIT APPLICATION. 

 

The City of McAlester has an opening for a full-time Police Recruit in the Police Department.

 

STARTING SALARY:  $1368.59 bi-weekly

 

POSITION SUMMARY:

Police recruit is a non-exempt entry-level law enforcement officer in the Police Department, who is a probationary employee in the process of obtaining the necessary skills through training and on-the-job experience to become a Police Officer.

 

Applicants must be at least 21 and not more than 45 years of age.  Must possess or be able to obtain a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License.  Must possess an excellent history of personal conduct, behavior and employment.

 

CLEET CERTIFIED PREFERRED

 

Persons wishing to obtain further information on this position may come to the HR Office, at the City of McAlester located on first floor.

 

OPENING DATE:  MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 2017

CLOSING DATE: UNTIL FILLED

 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST MEET MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS.

The City of McAlester is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER.

 

To print an application online, visit

www.cityofmcalester.com  and go to

the “Jobs” link (left side of page)

 

To pick up an application, go to the

City of McAlester, Human Resources Department

28 E. Washington Ave

McAlester, OK  74501

918-423-9300 ext. 4988

 

To fax an application, please fax to

918-421-4998 or email to

sheila.maldonado@cityofmcalester.com

                                                                                                         (11/9/2017)


 Meeker Police Department

 

Currently accepting applications for Part Time Police Officers.
CLEET certified preferred.

Applications can be picked up at 202 W. Carl Hubbell Blvd Meeker Ok 74855 Monday-Friday 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.

(405) 279-3931

                                                                                                  (12/14/2017)


Mid-America Christian University Campus Police Department

MACU PD is accepting applications for the position of Reserve Police Officer.

For a complete job description and application instructions, CLICK HERE!

(7/5/17 - 8/7-extended until further notice)


Morris, Oklahoma Police Department

Is looking to fill the position of Paid Reserve Police Officer. ($10.00 per hour).

• CLEET certified as a Full Time or Reserve
• Be at least 21 years old
• Be a U.S. citizen
• Have a high school diploma or GED
• Have absolutely no felony convictions
• Have no convictions for crimes of moral   turpitude or domestic violence
• Have a valid Oklahoma driver’s license
• Have a valid Oklahoma insurance security verification
• Have no DUI convictions
• Have a good moral character
•Be willing to work nights, weekends, and or holidays
• Have a strong desire to serve the community

Benefits includes

• Uniforms

Applications are available at 501 S Hughes, Morris Oklahoma

Applications must be submitted in person at the

Morris Police Department,

Phone: 918-733-2220

501 South Hughes
Morris, Oklahoma  74445

                                                                                                      (10/9/2017)


Norman Police Department

http://normanpd.normanok.gov/pd/recruiting

We are currently hiring for our next academy set to start on April 9, 2018

                                                                                                     (11/6/2017)


Detention Officer
CLEVELAND COUNTY JUSTICE CENTER - Norman, OK

 

Job Details:

• Salary$31,000 per year
• plus benefits

REQUIREMENTS:

All applicants must meet

• Must be at least 18 years of age and be a U.S. Citizen.
• Must have a high school diploma or GED.
• Must have a valid Oklahoma Driver's License.
• Must have no pending criminal charges.
• Must have no outstanding arrest warrants.
• Must not be on probation.
• Must have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions.
• Must have no domestic abuse convictions
• Must have no convictions for crimes of moral turpitude.
• Must pass a background investigation.
• Must pass a drug screening test.
• Must pass a polygraph examination.
• Must present before a division chief oral interview.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

• Supervise and control inmate behavior while performing various tasks completed during the daily operation of the detention center
• Exercise appropriate judgment in handling of special needs situations or inmates; provide assistance in classification of inmates
• Communicate effectively with other staff, inmates or public with approved facility
• Communication devices including the telephone system, intercom system, and portable or base radios.
• Demonstrate effective communicative skills both written and verbal.
• Understand and follow written or verbal instruction
• Maintain a high degree of personal and professional honesty and integrity
• Follow orders, rules and department policy
• Prepare and maintain accurate and factual records
• Work independently with minimum supervisor
• Perform searches of people, cells, common areas indoor and outdoor areas to control contraband
• The physical aspects of the job entail walking, kneeling, lifting, bending, pulling, walking stairs or stooping for long periods of time and possibly physical altercations.
• Administer basic emergency CPR/first aid
• Transport or escort inmates (hostile, aggressive, passive, etc.) using handcuffs and other approved restraints in accordance to policy and procedure.
• Read and comprehend legal and non-legal documents including the processing of such documents as medical instructions, court ordered commitments, release orders, summons, and other documents
• Maintain equipment and uniforms in functional condition as prescribed for by departmental policy.
• Maintain and inventory inmate property and storage
• Collect, resolve and/or direct to appropriate individual or division, inmate complaints, grievances or requests.
• Process and release inmates including taking photographs and legible sets of inked fingerprints, and/or palm prints.
• Report facility mechanical failures
• Perform related duties and other responsibilities as assigned
• Apply knowledge and reason to make prompt and effective decisions quickly in both routine and non-routine situations including those situations that would be considered “life and death”. Evaluate alternatives; make sound decisions in a timely manner, assess a situation quickly and take appropriate actions
• Write clearly and concisely; use acceptable grammar, punctuation and spelling; write reports which are organized, complete, accurate and factual
• Adapt to changes in working conditions (e.g., changes in assignment, shift changes and different types of incidents either incidentally or continuously, etc.)
• Proceed on assignments without waiting to be told what to do; make an effort to improve skills and keep informed of new developments in field; exert the effort needed to make sure the job is done right, the first time; be consistently productive

 

Application and Personal History Statement forms may be downloaded and printed. Both forms must be completed to be considered. 

Must be able to perform these duties with or without special accommodations.

All County facilities are Tobacco Free

 

Interested parties call (405) 701-8840 and ask for “Patty”

All applications need to be turned into:

Cleveland County Sheriff's Office
128 South Peters
Norman, OK 73069

                                                                                                       (12/8/2017)



Oilton Police Department is accepting applications/resumes for

a Full Time Police Officer. 

• Must be at least 21 years of age
• Full-time CLEET certified preferred
• High school diploma or GED
• No felony convictions
• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence
• Able to work weekends/nights/holidays
• Be able to work in a small town environment
• Have highly principled ethics and moral character
• Have excellent communication skills

Interested applicants will be subject to a background check and will be initially screened by the Chief of Police prior to final selection process by the City Council.

Email resume/questions to: oiltonpolicedepartment@gmail.com 

Applications may also be picked up at the
Oilton Police Department
202 South B
Oilton, Ok. 74052
(918) 862-3662

                                                                                                       (8/22/2017)


Oilton Police Department is accepting applications/resumes for
Reserve Police Officers

This is an paid position @ 9.50hour.

  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Full-time or reserve CLEET certified preferred
  • High school diploma or GED
  • No felony convictions
  • No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence
  • Able to work 24 hours per month
  • Able to work weekends/nights/holidays
  • Be able to work in a small town environment
  • Have highly principled ethics and moral character
  • Have excellent communication skills

Interested applicants will be subject to a background check and will be initially screened by the Captain prior to final selection process by the Chief of Police.

Email resume/questions to: oiltonpolicedepartment@gmail.com

Applications may also be picked up at the:
Oilton Police Department
202 South B
Oilton, Ok. 74052
(918) 862-3662

                                                                                                    (8/10/2017)


Okarche, Oklahoma Police Department
The Town of Okarche is hiring for the position of  Police Officer

 

This is responsible general duty police work in protecting the life, persons, and property of the citizens of the Town of Okarche through equitable enforcement of laws and ordinances.

An employee in our agency in this class functions as the initial responding officer on police calls, conducts investigations, and maintains routine patrol activities to preserve the peace, enforce laws, prevent and deter crime, protect life and property, arrest suspected violators of the law, and render service to the public.

An employee in this class may be assigned special duties such as criminal investigation, drug and alcohol law enforcement and/or education responsibilities. Duties are performed under general supervision in accordance with well-established police practices, standards, and departmental policy and regulations. This work may frequently involve hazardous or strenuous tasks, but always involves the exercise of initiative and independent judgment in emergency situations.

Minimum Qualifications:

•     Must be 21 years old.  Must be able to qualify on the shooting range.  Must be state certified by CLEET
•     Ability to operate two-way radio, walkie-talkie, in field situations, and to effectively operate radar equipment, etc.
•     Ability to read, understand, and interpret ordinances, laws, and other operating procedures and communicate orally and in writing
•     Ability to deal effectively with the public using tact and diplomacy, and remain calm in emergency situations
•     Ability to make split second decisions that could affect the well being of the public, department, fellow employees, as well as the officer's safety
•    Ability and willingness to maintain strict confidentiality
•     Must be able to respond to varying situations with tact and diplomacy and ability to deal with stressful, hostile or irrational persons, whether due to physical or mental disability, drugs, socio-economic differences, or other factors
•     Ability to investigate crimes and complete reports
•     Ability to interface with other law enforcement personnel and safety personnel
•     Must possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s license, and be insurable

Contact Chief Mark Sterling at chiefsterling@pldi.net no phone calls please. Application cutoff date November 6, 2017.

                                                                                                      (10/19/2017)


Okarche, Oklahoma Police Department
The Town of Okarche is hiring for the position of Reserve Police Officer.

This is responsible general duty police work in protecting the life, persons, and property of the citizens of the Town of Okarche through equitable enforcement of laws and ordinances.

An employee in our agency in this class functions as the initial responding officer on police calls, conducts investigations, and maintains routine patrol activities to preserve the peace, enforce laws, prevent and deter crime, protect life and property, arrest suspected violators of the law, and render service to the public.

An employee in this class may be assigned special duties such as criminal investigation, drug and alcohol law enforcement and/or education responsibilities. Duties are performed under general supervision in accordance with well-established police practices, standards, and departmental policy and regulations. This work may frequently involve hazardous or strenuous tasks, but always involves the exercise of initiative and independent judgment in emergency situations.

Minimum Qualifications:

•     Must be 21 years old.  Must be able to qualify on the shooting range.  Must be state certified by CLEET
•     Ability to operate two-way radio, walkie-talkie, in field situations, and to effectively operate radar equipment, etc.
•     Ability to read, understand, and interpret ordinances, laws, and other operating procedures and communicate orally and in writing
•     Ability to deal effectively with the public using tact and diplomacy, and remain calm in emergency situation
•     Ability to make split second decisions that could affect the well-being of the public, department, fellow employees, as well as the officer's safety
•     Ability and willingness to maintain strict confidentiality
•     Must be able to respond to varying situations with tact and diplomacy and ability to deal with stressful, hostile or irrational persons, whether due to physical or mental disability, drugs, socio-economic differences, or other factors
•     Ability to investigate crimes and complete report
•     Ability to interface with other law enforcement personnel and safety personnel
•     Must possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s license, and be insurable

Contact Chief Mark Sterling at chiefsterling@pldi.net no phone calls please. Application cutoff date open until positions are filled.

                                                                                                      (11/16/2017)


 Agency: Oklahoma Attorney General's Office
Title: Agent, Medicaid Fraud Control Unit

Salary Range: Commensurate with experience and qualifications

Location of Work: Oklahoma City, OK

Date Open: Immediately

Date Closed: December 15, 2017


Position Summary:

The Medicaid Fraud Control Unit of the Oklahoma Attorney General’s Office is seeking an Agent whose primary responsibilities will be to investigate Medicaid fraud. The Medicaid Fraud Control Unit investigates and prosecutes Medicaid fraud; as well as abuse, neglect, exploitation and drug diversion in long term board and care facilities.

Qualifications:

Applcants must be CLEET certified. Preference will be given to applicants with experience in investigations, interviewing techniques and report writing. Knowledge of computer software applications such as Excel, Word and Microsoft Office Suite is required. A valid Oklahoma Driver’s license and the ability to travel is required. All applicants must agree in writing to complete, and satisfactorily pass, a background investigation by the Office of the Attorney.

The Office of the Attorney General is an equal employment opportunity employer. All individuals are welcome to seek employment with the Office of the Attorney General of Oklahoma regardless of race, color, sex, age, national origin, creed, political affiliation, religion or disability, so long as the disability does not render the person unable to do the work for which employed. Applicants will not be discriminated against before or during their employment.

 

 How to apply: Resumes for the position must be sent to resumes@oag.ok.gov and indicate which particular position is being applied for in the subject line of the email.

                                                                                                     (11/16/2017)


  Oklahoma City Community College is hiring a full-time
Campus Police Officer

The qualified applicant will have:

• Current CLEET Peace Officer Certification OR
• COPS Certification OR CLEET recognized reciprocity for Law Enforcement  certification from another State Training Council
• H.S. Diploma/GED
• Valid driver's license

For more information or to apply, please visit www.occcjobs.com

                                                                                                       (10/11/2017)


 Oklahoma City Community College is now hiring a
full-time Emergency Manager

The Emergency Manager facilitates, plans and manages OCCC’s Emergency Management operations and responses to emergency situations at all campus locations. This includes, but is not limited to emergency and disaster preparedness, response, recovery, and mitigation efforts. The responsibility of the Emergency Manager is to ensure that the OCCC System is prepared to respond to, recover from and mitigate against the effects of a wide variety of disasters that could adversely affect the health, safety, and/or general welfare of its students, faculty, staff, visitors, families and the College community.

The Emergency Manager works closely with members of the College community including Executive Leadership to develop, implement, manage, monitor and evaluate emergency and safety strategies and plans. This individual will also work closely with external local, state and national emergency-related entities. Under the guidance and supervision of the Chief of Police, the Emergency Manager will coordinate with appropriate departments on campus to ensure the Annual Security Report (ASR) meets all requirements, timelines, and information is submitted in a timely manner. The Emergency Manager will compile the ASR information to ensure compliance with Department of Education guidelines. The Emergency Manager is responsible for the overall risk management and health/safety functions of the College.

For more information or to apply please visit:
https://www.occcjobs.com/postings/13515

                                                                                                       (8/22/2017)


 Training & Community Liaison Officer opening at Oklahoma City Community College.

 

 

The qualified applicant will have:

 

• Current CLEET Advanced Law Enforcement Certificate; Current CLEET Firearms Instructor; and Current CLEET Police Officer Certification.

• A minimum of three (3) years experience in field training experience of police officers.

• High School Diploma or GED.

• Hold and maintain a valid driver's license.

 

 

For more information or to apply please visit www.occcjobs.com

                                                                                             (9/22/2017)


Oklahoma City, Oklahoma Police Department

The Oklahoma City Police Department is accepting applications 
for the position of full time Police Officer.

The starting salary is $44,108 while attending the Police Academy. Upon graduation, the salary increases to $50,031. The Oklahoma City Police Department offers education incentive, bilingual incentive, shift differential, and longevity pay, as well as a tuition reimbursement program.

Minimum Requirements:

Be a citizen of the United States
21-45 years of age (applicants may complete an application and proceed in the hiring process at 20 years of age as long as they turn 21 by the starting date of the next academy class)
High School Diploma or GED
Valid driver's license
Good moral character
Suitable emotional stability


Benefits Include:

Competitive salary
Insurance (dental, health, life, vision)
20 year retirement program and pension fund
8 days on then 6 days off work schedule
Uniforms, equipment, and firearm provided to each officer
   
Uniform allowance
Vacation leave
Sick leave
Holiday leave
Military leave
Take home car program (must live in city limits to be eligible for take home car)


*Preference is given to applicants with Military Service

Applications for this position are continuously being accepted.

Applications are available at www.joinokcpd.com.

For more information, contact a recruiter at (405) 297-1116 
or ocpd.recruiting@okc.gov.  

Send completed applications to:
OCPD Recruiting Unit
800 N. Portland Ave.
Oklahoma City, OK  73107

The City of Oklahoma City is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
                                   


PUBLIC SAFETY COMMUNICATIONS OFFICER

Oklahoma State University is accepting applications for one (1) 100% FTE Public Safety Communications Officer (PSCO), contingent upon available funding.  Minimum qualifications include:  High school graduation or approved equivalent; Good physical condition to include visual acuity, excellent hearing, physical dexterity to operate computers and ascend/descend stairs, and the ability to lift or carry in excess of 15 pounds; Ability to work flexible shifts within a 24-hour operational schedule; Proficient in Microsoft Office software; Successful completion of background check.  Must obtain (after hire):  OLETS and APCO certifications; Critical Incident training, OSU Police network communications training, and supervised in-service training.  Persons interested in a challenging career opportunity should apply online by December 1, 2017, at http://jobs.okstate.edu .  For assistance, visit OSU Human Resources at Room 106 Whitehurst Hall, Stillwater, OK, or contact at (405) 744-7401.  Oklahoma State University is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity/E-Verify employer committed to diversity and all qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment and will not be discriminated against based on race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.  OSU is a VEVRAA Federal Contractor and desires priority referrals of protected veterans for its openings.  OSU-Stillwater is a tobacco-free campus.  For more information, go to www.afirmact.okstate.edu.

                                                                                            (10/13/2017)                

Commissioned Police Officer

The University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center in Oklahoma City has openings for full-time Commissioned Police Officers.

The University of Oklahoma HSC Police Department, with a uniformed force of 40 officers, 13 security officers, 12 dispatchers, and 3 civilian employees, protects citizens and property from criminal activity, keeps the peace, enforces laws, apprehends criminals and helps prepare cases for prosecution. The department provides much of its own training to include firearm qualifications, non-lethal weapon certification, bike patrol, law enforcement drivers training, patrol rifle, and standard field sobriety test certification. The department consists of a Patrol Division, Criminal Investigations Division, Administrative Division, and Emergency Management office.

Requirements:  High School diploma or GED and six (6) months law enforcement or comparable experience.  Must have an Oklahoma Driver’s License, be at least 21 years of age, must not have been convicted of a felony or domestic viole, and be a CLEET certified police officer.  Will accept a graduate of a Collegiate Officer Program in lieu of the 6 months experience requirement.

Salary:  $18.78 per hour + excellent benefits

OUHSC offers a comprehensive package to full-time staff employees:

Medical/Dental Benefits
11 PAID HOLIDAYS per year
Tuition benefits
18 hours PAID LEAVE per month to full-time staff

OU Tuition Discount

Dependent Child tuition Waiver (free OU tuition for dependent children)

Retirement Savings Plans
Employee Discount Program (dozens of businesses participate across the OKC/Norman area)

 

How do you apply for this position? It's EASY!!!
All applications are online at www.jobs.ou.edu (then apply for job listing/requisition #161161)  

 

                                                              (10/13/2017)


Chief of Police

Position Summary: The Chief of Police provides leadership, guidance and direction to the staff of the Oklahoma City University Police Department to ensure a safe and secure campus community to further the mission of the University. The Chief of Police reports to the Vice President for Human Resources. 

Education/Experience:

Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, Public or Business Administration, or a related field is required.  Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Master’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Public or Business Administration, or a related field is preferred.

A minimum of ten plus years of progressively responsible management experience in law enforcement is required. 

A suitable combination of education and experience may be substituted for minimum qualifications.

Additional requirements:

  • Minimum of 40 hours of Police Management Training
  • Minimum of 40 hours of Training in Emergency Management
  • Experience as a Criminal Investigator
  • Certified Oklahoma Police Officer through the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training
  • The successful candidate will be subject to an extensive criminal background screening, must provide a current motor vehicle record, and may be subject to polygraph testing.

Essential Functions:

  • Demonstrate an attitude and behavior that is reflective of the values and mission of the university and department.
  • Develop, administer, and evaluate policies and procedures for the Oklahoma City University Police Department to ensure the appropriate protocols reflect new case law, legislation and trends in university policing. The Chief works with administration to ensure policies, programs and procedures are consistent with the university mission. Utilize IACLEA standards to support and enhance program development with the intention of seeking accreditation within three to five years.
  • Direct and coordinate university security, safety, and protection programs to include traffic control, patrolling of physical property; enforcement of statutes and University regulations, crime prevention and investigation of accidents, injuries and criminal acts.
  • Plan and direct the implementation of the department’s short and long term goals, objectives, and strategies. Ensure the department mission aligns with the mission of the university.
  • Provide law enforcement advice, support, and information to Oklahoma City University administration on policy and procedural changes that effect departmental operations.
  • Serve as the primary campus official responsible for emergency response and crisis management. Serve as the chair of the University’s Crisis Management Committee. Responsible for maintaining the University’s Emergency Operations Plan (EOP) and ensuring the campus community is properly trained and familiar with the EOP.
  • Responsible for all aspects of the University’s compliance with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act including but not limited to timely warning, annual reporting, and training.
  • Collaborate with the university’s Title IX Coordinator and other university personnel to ensure compliance with Title IX and other state and federal regulations.
  • Plan and schedule work of subordinates ensuring proper distribution of assignments, adequate staffing, equipment, and facilities for performance of duties.
  • Coordinate the preparation of operational reports and analyses setting forth progress, adverse trends, and appropriate recommendations or conclusions.
  • Serve as liaison and partner with local outside law enforcement agencies. (i.e. Oklahoma City Police Department, Oklahoma County Sheriff’s Office, District Attorney, etc.) In coordination with University General Counsel, develop, execute, and maintain mutual aid agreements, procedures, and standards.
  • Plan and direct training programs to provide current information and techniques to subordinates.
  • Prepare and present formal and informal security briefings to members of the university and local community.
  • Present budget estimates, control expenditures of departmental appropriations, and establish operational standards for the department.
  • Responsible for maintaining professional discipline in the department and adherence to appropriate policies and procedures of the department and the University.
  • Attend conferences and meetings to keep abreast of current trends in the field.
  • Perform other duties as assigned.

Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Excellent leadership abilities 
  • Excellent computer skills, with a proficiency in MS Word, MS Outlook and MS Excel with a Windows operating system.
  • Must meet the firearms and safety and accuracy standards set forth by CLEET and OCUPD. 
  • Knowledge of applicable state, local, federal laws and campus policies.     
  • Excellent problem solving skills.
  • Ability to gather and analyze data.
  • Ability to prepare reports in a clear, concise, and detailed manner.
  • Ability to develop and review department policies and procedures.
  • Knowledge of and ability to operate a Specific Semi-Automatic Firearm and Police Tactical Shotgun.
  • Possess an in-depth understanding of police operations
  • Ability to develop and manage a departmental budget
  • Knowledge of human resources principles and employment law
  • Knowledge and skills in Incident Command System and Emergency Management. 
  • Skills in organizational management and planning 

Physical Requirements:

  • Manual/finger dexterity enough to operate a computer keyboard and other office machines.
  • Near vision enough to read written communications and computer display screens.
  • Adequate hearing to communicate effectively in person and by phone.
  • Must use computer keyboard at least four to seven hours per day.
  • Must be able to lift and carry equipment and supplies weighing up to 40 pounds.

Working Conditions:

  • Weekend and holiday work may be required.
  • Employee will be exposed to frequent noise caused by telephones, radios, and vehicles. Incumbent will be exposed to frequent noise caused by telephones and office machines

Please apply online at:

http://okcu.silkroad.com/epostings/jobs/submit.cfm?fuseaction=dspjob&company_id=16211&version=2&jobid=811

                                                                                                      (11/9/2017)


  OU POLICE DEPARTMENT

The University of Oklahoma Police Department is accepting applications for the position of full time Police Officer.

The OUPD is a full-service law enforcement agency that serves the Norman campus with a population of approximately 30,000 students, employees, and visitors.  The University of Oklahoma is the flagship university of the state, and presents a dynamic community for officers to serve and protect.  OUPD is accredited by the OACP.  OUPD is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity.  Police Officers at OUPD have the opportunity to participate in Bike Patrol and to be on the Honor Guard.   There is also the opportunity to receive specialized training in order to be assigned to joint teams with the Norman Police Department such as SWAT, Collision Investigation Reconstruction Team, and the Hazardous Devices Unit. 

Salary:  $43,264.00 per year ($20.80 per hour)   After completion of initial training the officer is eligible for progressive step pay increases.

Benefits include:

• Health and dental Insurance
• 27 Days of Paid Leave per year to start, increasing to 33 days per year at 11 years of service
• 11 Paid Days off for Holidays
• 30 Days of paid Military Leave per year for members of the National Guard or Reserve.
• OU Staff Tuition Waiver.
• OU Dependent Child Tuition Waiver.  Free OU tuition for children of OU employees, who have dependent children on a family benefits plan.
• Oklahoma Law Enforcement Retirement System.
• OU Employee Discount Program a participating merchants.
• Uniforms, firearm, and equipment are provided to each officer. 

Requirements:

• High school diploma or GED.
• 21 years of age by the date of hire.
• Oklahoma Driver's license
• Must not have conviction for a felony, nor for domestic
violence.
• Ability to pass a comprehensive background investigation including polygraph.
• Ability to pass a physical agility test.
• CLEET Peace Officer certification is preferred, but NOT required.  Successful applicants will be sent to the Norman Police Academy.

For more information, and to submit an application go online to https://jobs.ou.edu, and select Job # 173364.

Point of contact for information about the job or about the selection process may be sent to Major Bruce Chan at bchan@ou.edu

                                                                (10/31/2017)


 

Okmulgee County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for the position of:

 

Deputy Sheriff: Applicants will be subjected to a physical fitness test, a written test, and an oral review board.

 

 

Skills Required:

  • CLEET certification REQUIRED
  • Excellent public relations skills
  • Skill and ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with the public, other law enforcement agencies, and OCSO staff
  • Ability to work in a rural county/community setting
  • Ability to act decisively and without direct supervision in varying situations, including situations     involving an element of personal danger
  • Excellent writing, presentation, and interpersonal communication skills
  • Ability to direct and/or effectively interact with others during emergency situations (including unpredictable, unusual, stressful and/or dangerous conditions
  • Knowledge and ability to use specialized police equipment
  • Ability to comprehend and implement departmental policies and procedures
  • Ability to maintain a degree of fitness that allows participation in stressful and/or confrontational situations
  • Ability to work varying shifts/schedules, possibly during inclement weather

Current pay range for field deputies is approx. $2350.00-$2450.00/month DOE, with medical/life insurance benefits, 3 weeks of annual leave, an optional 457 plan, OPERS Retirement, and 2.5 weeks of sick leave accrued yearly. Take home patrol unit available upon successful completion of the FTO program.

 

For further details contact:

 

Chief Deputy Patchin

918 756-4311

 

Resumes will not be taken in lieu of an application

                                                                                              (9/29/2017)


POLICE OFFICER
City of Owasso

 

Department: Police

Salary:

•     $41,014 - $49,373 annual base pay  depending on experience and education
•     Plus education pay of $1200/yr for an associate’s degree or $1500/yr for a bachelor’s degree
•     Plus holiday pay of $1771/yr
•     $850 uniform allowance payable each July, after completing one year of service
•     Longevity pay commences at 5 years of service
•     $1,000/yr incentive for certified* police officers payable upon completion of probationary period, maximum of 5 years. *Certifications and years of experience are approved at the discretion of the Chief of Police
•     $2,000 hiring incentive for fluent Spanish speaking individuals subject to department testing
•     $3,000 hiring incentive for those individuals who can speak, read and write Spanish fluently , subject to department testing

Job Summary:

•     Responsible for prevention and suppression of crime and the enforcement of city, state, and federal laws.
•     Operate a motor vehicle for routine patrol assignments and responding to the needs of the community
•     Enforce state and federal laws and City ordinances
•     Make arrests on criminal and traffic related offenses
•     Performs other duties as assigned, which include but are not limited to: investigation of crime scenes, preservation and collection of evidence, preparation of handwritten and typed reports, oral testimony in courts of law, investigation of traffic accidents, etc.

 

Deadline for Application:  Friday, Feb 2nd at noon

Deadline for Requested Documentations, including Background Investigation Packet & official college transcripts:  Fri, Feb 9th at noon

Physical Agility Test:  Saturday, Feb 24, 2018 @ 8:00am

Written Exam:  Saturday, Feb 24, 2018 @ 1:00pm

 

Offer for Employment is contingent upon the following:

•     Preliminary testing
•     Oral Review Boards
•     Chief Interviews and City Manager Interviews
•     Extensive Background Investigation
•     Polygraph Examination
•     MMPI Psychological Examination
•     Police Pension Board Physical

 

Apply at www.cityofowasso.com

                                                                                                       (12/8/2017)



Iowa Tribe of Oklahoma Police Department, Perkins Oklahoma - Dispatch

The Iowa Tribe Police Department is now accepting applications for a full time dispatch position. The Dispatcher is responsible for simultaneously operating a multi-channel radio console and a multi-line telephone, while maintaining computer-aided dispatch systems and other computer systems.  Responsible for receiving, coordinating and disseminating critical information from various sources and maintaining radio contact with mobile/field units to monitor response, progress and any needed support.  This position works in the communications center of the police station which is responsible for answering emergency calls in a 24/7 operation.

Requirements:

•     Must submit to and pass applicable drug test.
•     Must be at least 18 years of age.
•     Must have a valid Oklahoma driver’s license.
•     Must pass background check.
•     Must obtain Oklahoma Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (OLETS) certification
•     Must complete Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Telecommunications Training

Benefits:

•     Starting pay $12.00 hour
•     Health, Dental, and Vision Insurance
•     401K
•     Vacation and Sick time

Apply online at: http://bahkhoje.com/employment/

                                                                  (11/14/2017)


 

The Okmulgee County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for the position of Deputy Sheriff. Applicants will be subjected to a physical fitness test, a written test, and an oral review board.

 

Skills Required:

 

• CLEET certification REQUIRED

• Excellent public relations skills

• Skill and ability to establish and maintain effective working  relationships with the public, other law enforcement agencies, and OCSO staff

• Ability to work in a rural county/community setting

• Ability to act decisively and without direct supervision in varying situations, including situations     involving an element of personal danger

• Excellent writing, presentation, and interpersonal communication skills

• Ability to direct and/or effectively interact with others during emergency situations (including unpredictable, unusual, stressful and/or dangerous conditions)

• Knowledge and ability to use specialized police equipment

• Ability to comprehend and implement departmental policies and procedures

• Ability to maintain a degree of fitness that allows participation in stressful and/or confrontational situations

• Ability to work varying shifts/schedules, possibly during inclement weather

 

Current pay range for field deputies is approx. $2350.00-$2450.00/month DOE, with medical/life insurance benefits, 3 weeks of annual leave, an optional 457 plan, OPERS Retirement, and 2.5 weeks of sick leave accrued yearly. Take home patrol unit available upon successful completion of the FTO program.


Chief Deputy Patchi

918756-4311

 

Resumes will not be taken in lieu of an application

                                                                                                                                                      (9/19/2017)


 Citizen Potawatomi Nation Tribal Police Department
The Citizen Potawatomi Nation Tribal Police Department is looking for experienced, CLEET certified, full-time Officers

 

Certified Officers w/ Experience start @ $16.50 per hour

 

Minimum Requirements:

 

•     Must be able to pass a federal background check

•     Must be at least 21 years of age 

•     Must have a high school diploma or GED  

•     Must have valid driver's license 

•     Must have no felonies, domestic violence, crimes of moral turpitude,         or major misdemeanor conviction

•     Must have no pending criminal charges

•     Must be willing to work overnight and weekends and holidays

•     Must have a strong desire to serve community

•     Highly principled ethics and moral character

•     Sound judgment and ability to think quickly

 

 

Please apply @ Firelakejobs.com
Call 405-878-4818 for questions

                                                                                             (9/18/2017)


Pushmataha County Sheriff's Office
is seeking a CLEET certified individual to fill a full time Patrol Deputy Position

Salary is $2,000 per month with benefits. 

Send resume to pushcosheriff@hotmail.com.

                                                                                                     (8/11/2017)


QUINTON POLICE DEPARTMENT
Has openings for reserve officers

 

• Resever certification is required.
• Reserve officers will also be considered paid part-time officers and will be paid by the hr when covering shifts.
• Reserve pay is $10 per hr
• Reserve officers must work a min of 10hr per month.

 

Applications can be picked up at:

QUINTON CITY HALL
1021 MAIN ST QUINTON, OK
Or call (918)469-3777 and ask to speak to the chief of police.
mon-fri 8am-5pm

                                                                                                        (12/7/2017)


Rush Springs Police Department
The town of Rush Springs is now accepting applications for a Reserve Police Officer position.

Qualifications:

• Must be 21 years of age
• Must have a valid Driver’s license
• Must have a high school diploma or GED
• Must not have any felony convictions, domestic violence convictions, pending criminal charges, VPOs
• Must pass a background check
• Must pass an oral board
• Must pass an MMPI
• Must be willing to work nights, weekends and holidays
• Certified preferred, but will provide if needed

Applications are available at:

Rush Springs City Hall
315 W. Blakely Ave
Rush Springs, OK 73082

580-476-3278 

                                                                                                       (11/29/2017)


Salina Police Department

 The Salina Police Department is now accepting applications for the position of Chief of Police. Qualifications to fill this position include,
but are not limited to:

 

•     Full Time CLEET certified
•     Must reside within 40 miles of the Town of Salina
•     Must be able to work days, nights, weekends and holidays
•     Must be 21 years of age or older
•     Must possess a High School diploma or  GED
•     No Felony Convictions
•     No convictions of crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence
•     No DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation in past 5 years
•     Must submit to MMPI Test
•     Must be able to work in a small community
•     Valid Oklahoma Driver's License
•     No pending criminal charge
•     Good moral character
•     Strong desire to serve the community
•     Must pass a thorough background check
•     Must pass pre-employment drug screening
•     Chief Certified preferred but not required

Benefits include:

•     Take home patrol car if you reside within the city limits
•     Paid vacation and sick leave
•     Medical insurance
•     Dental insurance
•     Salary range of $33,280 - $35,880 depending on experience

 

Applications may be picked up at the Salina Police Department Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm located at:

321 west Ferry
Salina Ok, 74365

Office:918-434-5026

Fax: 918-434-2923

Resumes may be E-mailed to townofsalina@hotmail.com

                                                                                                        (10/26/2017)


Applications will be accepted by the City of Sallisaw until 4:00 p.m., Friday, September 29, 2017, for the position of Patrolman

 

Typical starting salary is $26,000 (non-certified) or $28,863.53 (CLEET certified); however, the City offers a lateral entry program that compensates experienced officers for each year of service. Applicants should note, this is a grant funded position.  Shift differential pay, fitness incentive pay, and tuition reimbursement, along with other incentives.  Excellent benefit package.  All uniforms, equipment and firearms provided.  Pre-employment drug test required.  Applicants will be required to successfully complete a physical agility test, written exam, and oral review boards.  Successful applicant must reside within a 20-minute response time to the city limits of Sallisaw. 

A job description and application for employment can be obtained in the City Clerk’s office located at 115 East Choctaw, or from the City’s website www.sallisawok.org
EOE.

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      (9/12/2017)


Town of Seiling is accepting applications for the position
of Full-Time police officer

 

Salary:  Base pay for non-certified officers $30,000 annually.  Reserve or Full-time certified officer’s salary based on education, experience, and training, with yearly performance based increases.

Benefits: Full-Time peace officers receive full health coverage, dental and vision benefits provided by the Town. Vacation, sick, personal, and administrative time off available after probationary period.

Take home vehicle, and most duty gear are also provided.

Requirements: The Town of Seiling located in Dewey County has an average population of approximately 860, therefore officers must be able to work and live in a small community. Officers must also have/be:

• 21 years old
• U.S. citizen
• Valid Oklahoma driver's license
• Clean driving record
• High school diploma, GED or equivalent
• No Felony convictions
• No Misdemeanor convictions related to moral or ethical turpitude (domestic assault, narcotic, or violent)
• Able to take and pass an MMPI, mental health evaluation
• Able to pass a background check
• Able to complete the police department physical agility test.
• Officers must also re-locate to not more than 2 miles outside the Town limits.
• CLEET certified officers preferred but not required.

 

Applications can be obtained at the Seiling Police Department, or e-mailed by calling the Seiling Police Department at 580-922-4460. 

Clay Sander, Acting Chief of Police

Dewey County Sheriff
580-328-5558

 The Town of Seiling is an equal opportunity employer.

                                                                               (10/10/2017-extended)


 Seminole County Central Dispatch is currently taking applications for a 911 dispatcher.

 Previous dispatch experience is not required, but is preferred.

Job details include:

•     Answering emergency and nonemergency phone calls for multiple agencies
within Seminole county.
•     Processing & dispersing needed information.
•     Dispatching appropriate agencies to calls taken.
•     Handling and processing radio traffic for various agencies.
•     With training and within appropriate time constraint become certified on OLETS.

Requirements:

•     Must be a U.S. citizen.
•     Must be at least 18 years of age.
•     Must possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent.
•     Must pass background check
•     Must not have a conviction for a Felony Crime, under indictment, or involved in a pending criminal litigation.
•     Must have a valid driver's license.
•     Must be willing to work flexible shifts, includes nights, weekends, and holidays. Shifts are subject to change to suit the needs of the department.
•     Must have good computer and phone skills.

Benefits:

•     Retirement
•     Health insurance
•     Vacation and sick leave.
•     Holiday pay.
•     Training provided by the department.
•     Salary dependent upon experience.

Applications can be picked up at:

Seminole police department
900 N Harvey Rd.
Seminole, Ok 74868

Or emailed at: semco911@gmail.com

For any questions that you may have, please call Seminole County Central Dispatch at (405)382-9340.

                                                                 (11/28/2017)


 

 Seminole County, Oklahoma Sheriff’s Office
The Seminole County SO is accepting applications
for the position of full time Deputy.

 

 

This position would be a Full-Time Law Enforcement Officer working Patrol in all of Seminole County. Commissioned Deputies must be self-motivated, require minimal supervision, and promote high standards of honesty, integrity and fairness.

 

Requirements:

 

•     21 years of age and be a U.S. Citizen

•     Must have high school diploma or GE

•     Must have Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

•     Have no Felony or major misdemeanor convictions, or no pending        criminal charges

•     Have no domestic abuse convictions

•     Must have no recent involvement with illicit drug use/abuse

•     Must have a high degree of ethical standards and moral character

•     Must have sound judgment and the ability to think quickly

•     Must be available to be called out in the event of emergencies

•     Must be able to perform police duties without any physical restrictions or special accommodations

•     Must be willing to work either a day or night shift

•     Must pass background investigation, psychological assessment test, drug screening test

•     Must pass oral interview

•     Must be willing to relocate to Seminole County

 

C.L.E.E.T certified preferred

 

Benefits include:

•   Starting salary is $2,300 a month
•     Benefits package includes medical, dental and vision insurance
•     Uniforms and Duty Gear and Firearms provided
•     Take home vehicle

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                      (9/19/2017)



Campus Police Officer

Southeastern Oklahoma State University

Southeastern Oklahoma State University invites applications for the position Campus Police Officer. Employees of this classification are responsible for patrol and other related police functions, as well as safety and security functions. Work is performed in accordance with established SE Policies and Procedures, SE Department of Campus Police and Safety Policies and Procedures and directions received orally and/or in writing from the Chief of Police, Captain or other designated authority who reviews the work through observation and a review of the work results.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The following is an outline of the basic job responsibilities.  However, this listing is not meant to be all inclusive.  Basic job responsibilities and duties can be changed or expanded orally and/or in writing by a ranking officer with the approval of the Chief of Police.

  • Enforce all Federal, State, County and Municipal Codes, Statutes or Ordinances, and arrest offenders of same if the situation warrants such action.
  • Enforce all Southeastern University Rules and Regulations referred to them for enforcement.
  • Protect life and property against criminal attack and to preserve the peace.
  • Provide protection against any harmful acts, both willful and inadvertent, whether of a criminal or non-criminal basis.
  • The enforcement of all traffic and parking regulations on and around Southeastern Oklahoma State University within the guidelines of the State Laws, City Ordinances and University traffic and parking regulations in order to prevent accidents, decrease traffic congestion and insure the safety of all persons within the campus environment.
  • Patrol the campus by vehicle and foot in order to protect and guard all persons, grounds, buildings and equipment from harm, damage or destruction by others.
  • Cooperate with all local law enforcement agencies.
  • Investigate all criminal acts, process the recovery of stolen property, write reports on all incidents and make follow-up reports as required.  Prepare case records for presentation to appropriate court for filing of charges and testify as required.  Make original and follow-up investigations of all motor vehicle accidents and testify in criminal court as required.
  • Handle all emergencies, disorders, and special University events and keep the Chief of Police, Captain, and on-duty supervisors informed of all important matters.
  • Inform the Chief of Police, Captain, and the on-duty supervisor of all arrests as soon as practical.
  • Provide public service to all persons on campus; giving information, directions, assistance and comfort to those in distress.
  • Assume the duties of Desk Officer, maintain radio communication logs, building logs, telephone and other duties that may be assigned by a superior officer.
  • To be called out, if not on duty, in times of emergency or when other situations arise that additional help is needed.
  • Any additional police duties that may be required by Director.

EDUCATION, TRAINING AND EXPERIENCE:

REQUIRED: High School Diploma or equivalent.  CLEET certification within six (6) months of hire.  Other minimum qualification requirements established by Oklahoma State Statues, Title 70-3311

PREFERRED: Full Time Police Academy CLEET Certification

 

Employment is contingent upon the results of a national criminal and sex offender background check. Review of applications begins immediately and the position will remain open until filled. Candidates must be eligible to work in the United States. To apply send completed staff application, resume, and unofficial transcripts to:

Southeastern Oklahoma State University

Human Resources, Administration Building 309

425 W. University Boulevard, Durant, OK 74701 or email to jmoore@se.edu 

SE is an AA/EEO employer committed to multicultural diversity.

SE participates in E-Verify. www.se.edu

 

Southeastern Oklahoma State University, in compliance with all applicable federal and state laws and regulations, does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, sexual orientation, gender identity, or status as a veteran in any of its policies, practices, procedures, or programs. This includes, but is not limited to: admissions, employment, financial aid, and educational services. Inquiries regarding non-discrimination and equity policies may be directed to: Michael Davis, Director of Compliance and Safety & Title IX Coordinator, (580) 745-3090, or mdavis@se.edu, Administration Building Room 311 – 425 W. University Blvd. Durant, OK 74701.

                                                                                                                                                                    (9/29/2017)


Southwestern Oklahoma State University is accepting applications for an Officer in the Public Safety Department

 

 Job Title   Officer
Department Public Safety (Dept)
Posting Number    STA00214P

 

Job Summary:     

Under limited supervision, the Public Safety Police Officer provides for the safety of students, faculty, staff and campus visitors. Additionally, this position is responsible for the security of SWOSU buildings and property by preserving law and order and enforcing regulations. The Police Officer shall promote the SWOSU environment of celebrating diversity in all forms. These tasks are to be performed in a manner that professionally, cordially and efficiently assist the students, faculty, staff and visitors who come in contact with this Office.

 

Description of Job Duties:

  

• Enforce laws including federal and state statutes and SWOSU regulations.

• Prevent crime and protect property on SWOSU lots, buildings and surrounding area.

• Control traffic; this includes, but is not limited to issuing traffic citations for moving or parking violations to ensure a safe and smooth flow of traffic.

• Routinely perform foot and mobile patrol to ensure security of SWOSU lots, buildings and property.

• Assist individuals whose vehicles have become disabled.

• Provide directions and assistance to campus visitors.

• May assist in evacuation during fire and bomb threats and provide emergency first aid in the event of injury.

• Report traffic, safety and/or security infractions to proper authorities.

• Maintain a high degree of campus visibility. This involves projecting SWOSU and the Department, as well as, their goals and mission in a positive and professional manner.

• Serve as required on SWOSU committees.

• Appropriate attendance and punctuality required.

• Attend meetings and workshops as may be required.

 

Education and Experience:    

 

• A high school diploma or GED certificate is required.

• Successful completion of a four year college level degree in a related field and CLEET certification is required. Minimum of one year of demonstrated success in law enforcement is preferred.

• Good knowledge of traffic control procedures is required.

• Good written, verbal, basic mathematical and interpersonal skills are required.

• Must be willing and able to perform job related travel. Must maintain a current and valid driver license.

• Must be able to withstand background check.

• Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the President of SWOSU or his/her designee may find appropriate.

 

 Anticipated Start Date: 10/23/2017

 

Quick Link: http://jobs.swosu.edu/postings/2022
Location: Weatherford, OK
Regular/Temporary: Regular

 

Documents Needed To Apply:

Resume

 Cover Letter

 Unofficial Transcripts

  Letter of Recommendation

 

For more information or to apply for this position, please visit:http://jobs.swosu.edu/postings/2022

 

 

SWOSU does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability, genetic information, or age in its programs and activities. The following person has been designated to handle inquires regarding the non-discrimination policies:

Director of HR

100 Campus Drive

Weatherford, OK 73096

(580) 774-3275

                                                                                                 (9/22/2017)


 The Spavinaw Police Department is accepting applications and resumes for Reserve Police Officers.

Requirements & Qualifications:

• Must be an U.S. citizen with a valid Oklahoma driver's license
• Must be at least 21 years of age
• Education of high school diploma or GED
• CLEET certified preferred (or must complete reserve academy within six months of hire date)
• No Felony convictions
• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or of a violent nature
• Must pass a background check and fingerprint clearance
• Must submit to a state mandated MMPI test
• Able to volunteer a minimum of 16 hours a month
• Must have excellent communication and people skills
• Must be willing to submit to random drug/alcohol testing

Interested applicants will be initially screened by the Police Chief prior to the final selection process by the City Board of Trustees.

Email resumes and/or questions to spdchiefwalters@gmail.com

or pick up an application at the:

Spavinaw Town Hall/Police Department
119 S. Main St.
Spavinaw, OK 74366
918-589-2219

The Town of Spavinaw is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

                                                                                                       (11/30/2017)


Spencer, Oklahoma Police Department is accepting applications / resumes for Part Time and Reserve Police Officers

Requirements & Qualifications:

•     Must be an American Citizen and possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License
•     Must be at least 21 years of age
•     High school diploma or GED
•     CLEET Certified (Full-Time or Reserve)
•     No felony convictions
•     No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence
•     Must not have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within last 5 year
•     Must pass through background check
•     Must pass fingerprint clearance
•     Must submit to the state mandated MMPI test
•     Able to work / volunteer at least 16 hours per month
•     Able to work nights, weekends and occasional special event
•     Must be able to complete our F.T.O program.
•     Have highly principles ethics and moral character
•     Have excellent communication skills
•     Must be able to work in a small communit
•     Must pass a physical fitness test
•     Must pass pre-employment drug screen

Email resume/questions to:

policechief@cityofspencerok.gov

Or pick up applications at the

Spencer Police Department
8300 N.E. 36th
Spencer, OK 73084

(405) 771-3798

The City of Spencer is an Equal Opportunity Employer

                                                                                                       (10/25/2017)


Town of Stratford is accepting applications for the position of Full-Time police officer

Salary: bi-weekly salary is based on experience.

Benefits: Full-Time peace officers receive full health coverage, dental and vision benefits provided by the Town. Vacation and sick/ personal.

Take home vehicle available for in town officers.

Requirements: The Town of Stratford is located in Garvin County. Officers must be able to work and live in a small community. Officers must also have/be:

• 21 years old
• U.S. citizen
• Valid Oklahoma driver's license
• Clean driving record
• High school diploma, GED or equivalent
• No Felony conviction
• No Misdemeanor convictions related to moral or ethical turpitude (domestic assault, narcotic, or violent)
• Able to take and pass an MMPI, mental health evaluation
• Able to pass a background check
• Officers must also re-locate to not more than 5 miles outside the Town limits
• CLEET certified officers required.

Applications can be obtained at the Stratford Police Department
or e-mailed by calling the Stratford Police Department at 580-759-2371.

 The Town of Stratford is an equal opportunity employer.

                                                                                                     (11/28/2017)


 Stringtown Police Department Applications

 

Applications must be submitted in person at 105 Pecan Street Stringtown Ok. 74569. Applicants must be full time certified and live within 45 miles of the PD, 2 years of experience is preferred but all applications will be reviewed and considered. Upon hire, there will be a 1 year probationary period. We do ask Officers to show up on time or early for their shift. Stringtown PD does offer paid medical benefits, vacation and comp time and a 401k.  Upon review of applications being submitted background checks will be done. Applicants may call the PD at 580-346-7200 and inquire about salary.

                                                                                                                                                                 (9/22/2017)


 The Town of Talihina Police Department is now taking applications
for full time police officer

 

Qualifications:

•     Must be at least 21 years of age
•     Full-time CLEET certification preferred
•     High School Diploma or GED
•     No Felony Convictions
•     No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence
•     Able to work holidays
•     Able to work weekends
•     Be able to work in a small town environment
•     Have highly principled ethics & moral character
•     Have excellent verbal and written communication skills

 Position Open until filled

Applications may be picked up at the:

Talihina Police Department
205 1st St
Talihina, OK 74571

 or

Email Chief Rodney Faulkenberry at: rodney.faulkenberry@yahoo.com

                                                                                                      (10/23/2017)


Tecumseh, Oklahoma Police Department

The City of Tecumseh Police Department is accepting applications for the position of full time certified police officer. Certified preferred but not required.

Starting pay $13.00 per hour for certified officer.

$500 sign on bonus for certified officers after 1 year.

Requirements:

Must be at least 21 to 45 years of age & U.S. citizen
Must have a high school diploma or GED
Must have a valid Oklahoma driver's license
Must pass a background investigation
No felony convictions or major misdemeanors
No domestic violence convictions
No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude
No pending criminal charges
Must NOT have had a DUI, DWI or APC conviction
Excellent rural community communication skills
Must be available any shift (nights, weekends and holidays)
Highly principled ethics and moral character
Sound judgment and the ability to think quickly
A true desire to serve all members of society
Perform Physical requirements set by the department
Physical/medical examination as set forth by the Oklahoma Police Pension Board

Application can be picked up at:
Tecumseh Police Dept.
109 West Washington
Tecumseh Ok 74873 

Or email Assistant Chief JR Kidney at detective@tecumsehok.org to have one emailed.

                                                                                                        (10/11/2017)



Tishsomingo, Oklahoma Full-Time Police Officer

 

Salary: Based on Cerification's and /or Experience

Education: State Certified High School Diploma or GED

 

State of Oklahoma Requirements:

 Valid Oklahoma State Driver's License

Driving record acceptable to City insurance carrier. Must be able to obtain CLEET certification within 1 year of hire date. Must be 21 years of age and under 45 years of age at date of hire. Must be United States Citizen. If Military Service, must have Honorable discharge. Have no felony convictions or domestic violence incidents. Not have been involuntarily committed to an Oklahoma state mental institution.

Benefits Include:

Medical, Dental &vision Insurance

State Pension OPPRS

Vacation, Sick Leave & Comp Time

 

Applications may be picked up at Tishomingo Police Department
1130 E.Main St, Tishomingo, OK 73460
 580-371-2319

                                                                                                       (9/30/2017)


 City of Tonkawa is accepting applications for two positions of
Police Officers

 Salary:

Starting pay is competitive and based on experience. The City of Tonkawa pays Officer and 70% of family insurance. Current insurance provider is Cigna. Officers living within the city limits of Tonkawa have take home patrol units once your training is completed. Applicants must be able to pass a physical agility test, 25 question written test and M.M.P.I.

Physical Agility test consist of the following:

• ½ mile run in 5 minutes
• 300 yard dash in 60 seconds
• simulated attic crawl in 30 seconds
• simulated window entry in 30 seconds
• scale a 6 foot privacy fence in 30 seconds
• scale a 4ft chain link fence in 30 seconds
• simulate dragging a 150lb body 25ft in 30 seconds
• push a police car 25ft in 30 seconds

Requirements:

•     Full-time Certified preferred but not required
•     Must be at least 21 to 45 years of age & U.S. Citizen
•     Must have a High School Diploma or GED
•     Must have a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License
•     Must pass a background investigation and undergo pre-employment screening to include but not be limited to: drug testing, credit check, written testing and oral interview
•     No felony convictions or major misdemeanors
•     No Domestic Violence convictions
•     No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude
•     No pending criminal charges
•     Must NOT have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within the last five (5) years
•     Excellent rural community communication skill
•     Must be available to work 12 hours shift (Nights, weekends and holidays)
•     Highly principled ethics and moral character
•     Sound judgment and the ability to think quickly
•     A true desire to serve all members of society

City of Tonkawa
110 E. NOC Drive
Tonkawa, Oklahoma 74653

580-628-2516

The City of Tonkawa is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

                                                                                                      (11/30/2017)

 City of Tonkawa, OK is accepting application for the position of part-time dispatcher.

Salary and Job Duties:

The starting pay is negotiable. The dispatcher must meet several requirements.

Requirements:

•     Applicant must be 18 years of age & US citizen.
•     Must have a High School diploma or GED.
•     Must have a valid Oklahoma Driver’s license
•     Must pass a back ground investigation and undergo pre-employment screening to include but not limited to: Drug testing, Credit Checks, written test, and oral interview.
•     No felony convictions or major misdemeanors.
•     No domestic violation convictions.
•     No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude.
•     No pending criminal charges
•     Must NOT have a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within the last five (5) years.
•     Excellent rural community communication skills.
•     Must be able to work shift work (Nights, Weekends and holidays).
•     A true desire to serve all members of society
•     The applicant must be able to multitask.
•     The applicant must be able to use a computer.
•     The applicant must be able to talk on a radio.
•     The applicant must perform jail duties (feed prisoners, clean jail, and clean jail clothing).

City of Tonkawa
110 E. NOC Drive
Tonkawa, Oklahoma 74653

580-628-2516

The City of Tonkawa is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

                                                                                                (10/17/2017)


Position Title:

Police Officer OSU-Tulsa

Position Type:

Staff Full-Time

OSU Campus:

Tulsa

Department:

POLICE DEPARTMENT

Location Address:


Tulsa, Oklahoma
United States

Hiring Range:
(Contingent upon available funding):

15.50 - 15.50, Hourly

Work Schedule:

Varied

Job Summary:

Position Summary: The OSU-Tulsa Campus Police officer exists to serve and protect the community of Oklahoma State University-Tulsa and is expected to patrol and respond to calls for service of a law enforcement and security nature.

Physical Requirements: Ability to lift and carry, push and/or pull up to 150 lbs, walk, talk, reach, stoop, hear, see, finger, climb, balance, stand, grasp, feel and perform repetitive motions with or without reasonable accommodations.

Special Instructions to Applicants

IMPORTANT: Ensure all employment history is correct and complete, including employer name/position title, dates of employment, salary, supervisor name/contact information, work experience and reason for leaving. Be sure to complete the Education and Skills/Certifications/Licenses sections with the corresponding information as requested i.e. type of degree/certification, dates received/expire. An Edit button is available on the far right which allows you to add/change information.

Education & Experience

Position Qualifications:

Required: High School/GED, Must be certified by the Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) as a certified Police Officer in the State of Oklahoma.  

Skills & Proficiencies: In addition to the Council of Law Enforcement Education and Training certification, all applicants must successfully pass a polygraph examination, complete a physical examination by a licensed physician to include a drug screen and must agree to maintain a physical condition as prescribed by the department. Applicants must be proficient in reading and writing, and employees will work any hours, any shift, with any days off, as required in order to fulfill any departmental mission and to complete a 40-hour week or other assignment as approved.

Preferred: Associate degree, Criminal Justice or related field, five years' experience as a peace officer with one year of experience in a University environment, Type 40 wpm.

https://okstate.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?site=8&id=4002

                                                                                                        (10/25/2017)


 Starting Salary: $2417.47 / Bi-Weekly

CLASS TITLE:  LOCKUP FACILITY ADMINISTRATOR

PURPOSE OF THE CLASSIFICATION:     Under general supervision, is responsible for managing, planning, organizing and implementing processes and programs for a detention/holding facility ensuring a safe, secure, efficient and professional operation including policy development and directing and supervising detention officers and other staff; and performs other related assigned duties.

ESSENTIAL TASKS:

•     Directs the operation of the facility ensuring budgetary compliance and analyzes costs and benefits of different programs and operations
•     Manages daily holding operations of the facility according to federal, state and local laws/regulations and department policy
•     Supervises all detention staff and/or administers and manages contracts for all personnel services
•     Ensures compliance of all contracted services
•     Implements policies and directs emergency response to incidents
•     Manage all aspects of the inmate disciplinary program and proceedings according to federal, state and local laws/regulations and department policy and ensures that all inmate complaints are investigated
•     Must report to work on a regular and timely basis

 

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

QUALIFICATIONS:

Training and Experience:  Graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree in business or public administration, criminal justice, or a related field including or supplemented by certification in jail supervision or management and five (5) years of managerial experience in jail operations and/or customer service; or an equivalent combination of training and experience per Personnel Policies and Procedures, Section 128.

Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:  Comprehensive knowledge of the principles, practices, and methods of jail management; considerable knowledge of laws, federal regulations and circulars pertaining to contract administration and principles; considerable knowledge of project management procedures, practices and equipment as applied to jail operations. Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing; ability to lead, plan, organize staff ; ability to make clear and concise presentations to senior management; ability to understand and apply state and federal jail regulations, statutes and/or guidelines; ability to evaluate situations based on training and experience and make good decisions; ability to understand and apply City and department policies and procedures; ability to make sound operational decisions with limited supervision; and the ability to understand and influence the behavior of others within the organization, customers or the public in order to achieve job obj  ectives and cause action or understanding. Skilled in the operation of legal and/or jail management software.

Physical Requirements:  Physical requirements include arm and hand dexterity enough to use a keyboard and telephone; occasional lifting up to 20 pounds; occasional carrying up to 20 pounds; may be subject to walking, standing, sitting, reaching, balancing, bending, kneeling, and handling; and vision, speech, and hearing sufficient to perform the essential tasks.

Licenses and Certificates:    Possession of Certified Jail Manager (CJM) certificationor equivalent.

WORKING ENVIRONMENT: Working environment is typically performed indoors and requires the use of a telephone and other office equipment. The incumbent may be subject to work space restrictions, intense noises, and environmental conditions such as disruptive people, imminent danger or a threatening environment.

 

Kerry Kavanaugh | Human Resources Assistant II City of Tulsa Human Resources Department

175 E. 2nd St., Suite 280. Tulsa, OK 74103

T: 918-596-7427

People can apply online at cityoftulsa.org or the direct link is: https://www.cityoftulsa.org/government/departments/human-resources/employment/available-job-positions/lockup-facility-administrator/

                                                                                                  (10/26/2017)


City of Tupelo is accepting applications
Position: Full Time Chief of Police

• Must be at least 21 years of age
• Must have a high school diploma or GED
• Must have a valid driver's license
• Must submit to the state mandated MMPI test
• Must be willing to work nights, weekends and/or holidays
• Must pass a background investigation
• No felony conviction or major misdemeanor
• No domestic violence convictions
• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude
• No pending criminal charges
• Must NOT have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within the last 5 years
• No serious Employment-Misconduct
• Highly principled ethics and moral character
• A true desire to serve all members of society
• A minimum of 1 year CLEET Certified a must

Chief accreditations preferred

Applications must be submitted in person at:

Tupelo Town Hall located
104 4th Street
Tupelo, Oklahoma, 74572.

If you would like the application e-mailed to you please inquire one from tupelopd@gmail.com. If you have any questions please call 580-845-2412.

                                                                                                       (11/28/2017)


The City of Tuttle is accepting applications for Police Officer

Minimum Qualifications are:

•     21 YOA must be 45 at time of testing due to Police Pension standards
•     High School Diploma, or GED
•     No Criminal Record
•     Pass Physical Agility Test
•     Pass Written Test
•     Pass Psychological Test (MMPI)
•     Pass Background Investigation
•     Pass the Police Pension Physical
•     Pass Polygraph
•     Pay is non-certified $14.92 per hour, CLEET Certified $15.99 per hour
•     Shift Differential Pay
•     Uniform Allowance
•     Longevity Pay
•     Paid Holidays
•     Insurance

Apply at the Tuttle Police Department 4 S.E. Second Street.

                                                                                                       (11/15/2017)


Tyrone, Oklahoma Police Department

The Tyrone Police Department is accepting applications/resumes for Reserve Police Officers.

  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Must be full-time or reserve CLEET certified
  • High school diploma or GED
  • No felony convictions
  • No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence
  • Able to work 8-16 hours per month
  • Able to work weekends
  • Be able to work in a small town environment
  • Have highly principled ethics and moral character
  • Have excellent communication skills

Interested applicants will be subject to a background check and will be initially screened by the reserve supervisor prior to final selection process by the Chief of Police.

Email resume/questions to:

 tyronepd1@outlook.com

 Applications may also be picked up the Tyrone Police Department:
102 Main St.
Tyrone, Oklahoma 73951
(580)-854-6400

                                                                                                                                                                              (8/30/2017)


University of Central Oklahoma Police Department- Edmond, OK

UCO is accepting applications for the position of Patrol Officer 1

Salary: $17.55 per hour

UCO is one of the best places in Oklahoma to start or continue a career in law enforcement.  UCO Police Services, a full-service law enforcement agency, serves a campus population of nearly 20,000 staff, faculty, students and visitors.  Full-time employees receive a comprehensive benefits package including health care, retirement and tuition waivers.  We are seeking applicants of high character and a service-oriented attitude.  CLEET certification is preferred, but not required.

 

An application and full job description along
with qualification requirements may be obtained by visiting the
website at:  https://careers-uco.icims.com/jobs/4579/patrol-officer-i---police-services/job

 

Julius Adkins
Captain
Operations Commander
University of Central Oklahoma Police Department

100 N. University Drive
Edmond, OK 73034

jadkins@uco.edu

                                                                                             (10/19/2017)

Verden Police Department is looking for a Chief of Police

Requirements:

•     Must be at least 21 years of age
•     Must have a high school diploma or GED
•     Must have a valid Oklahoma driver's license
•     Must pass a background investigation
•     No felony conviction or major misdemeanors
•     No domestic violence convictions
•     No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude
•     No pending criminal charges.
•     Must NOT have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within the last 5 years
•     Highly principled ethics and moral character
•     A true desire to serve all members of society
•     Must be CLEET certified.
•     Must have already attended Chief school

 

Applications can be picked up at the Town of Verden Police Department

  If any questions you can Email

verdenpolice@gmail.com

     101 Morris Ave
Verden, Oklahoma 73092

                                                                                                       (12/8/2017)


Verden Police Department is looking for Reserve Police Officers

Requirements:

• Must be at least 21 years of age
• Must have a high school diploma or GED
• Must have a valid Oklahoma driver's license
• Must submit to the state mandates MMPI test
• Must pass a background investigation
• No felony conviction or major misdemeanors
• No domestic violence convictions
• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude
• No pending criminal charges.
• Must NOT have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within the last 5 years
• 16 Hours per month volunteer.
• Highly principled ethics and moral character
• A true desire to serve all members of society
• Must be CLEET certified.

Applications can be picked up at the Town of Verden Police Departmen
101 Morris Ave
Verden, Oklahoma 73092

                                                                                                    (8/22/2017)


Verden Police Department is looking for a Full-Time Police Officer

Requirements:

• Must be at least 21 years of age
• Must have a high school diploma or GED
• Must have a valid Oklahoma driver's license
• Must submit to the state mandates MMPI test
• Must pass a background investigation
• No felony conviction or major misdemeanors
• No domestic violence convictions
• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude
• No pending criminal charges.
• Must NOT have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within the last 5 years
• Highly principled ethics and moral character
• A true desire to serve all members of society
• Must be CLEET certified.

Applications can be picked up at the Town of Verden Police Department

  If any questions you can Email

verdenpolice@gmail.com

     101 Morris Ave
Verden, Oklahoma 73092

                                                                                                       (10/16/2017)


Vici is accepting applications for the position of Full-Time peace officer

Salary:  Base pay for non certified officers $30,000 annually.  Reserve or Full-time certified officers salary based on education, experience, and training, with yearly performance based increases.

Benefits: Full-Time peace officer's receive full health coverage provided by the Town.  Dental and Vision are optional and charged to the employee. Vacation, sick, personal, and administrative time off available after probationary period.

Take home vehicle, and most duty gear are also provided.

Requirements: The Town of Vici located in Dewey County has an average population of approximately 850, therefore officers must be able to work and live in a small community. Officers must also have/be:

• 21 years old
• U.S. citizen
• Valid Oklahoma driver's license
• Clean driving record
• High school diploma, GED or equivalent
• No Felony convictions
• No Misdemeanor convictions related to moral or ethical turpitude (domestic assault, narcotic, or violent)
• Able to take and pass an MMPI, mental health evaluation
• Able to pass a background check
• Able to complete the police department physical agility test.
• Officers must also re-locate to not more that 2 miles outside the Town limits.
• Full-Time or Reserve certified officers preferred but not required.

Applications can be obtained at the Vici Police Department, or e-mailed by calling the Vici Police Department at 580-995-4371. 

Matt DeSelms, Chief of Police
580-995-4371

 The Town of Vici is an equal opportunity employer.

                                                                                                     (8/09/2017)


DEPUTY SHERIFF
Department:  Wagoner County Sheriff - Wagoner, OK

Job Definition: Under general supervision, exercises responsibilities for the enforcement of state and local laws relating to public safety and welfare.  Exercises independent judgment in dealing with dangerous or unusual situations, exercising safety practices and procedures.  Works under stressful, high risk conditions.  Reports to assigned Sergeant or Lieutenant.

Description:  Patrols an assigned district in a patrol car for the purpose of observing the area for possible criminal activity or other conditions that could endanger public safety, investigating complaints, and enforcing laws; maintains high visibility.  Investigates and reports accidents, dangerous or defective streets, sidewalks, traffic lights, or other hazardous conditions. Investigates crimes, interviews witnesses, complainants, and victims; and gathers physical evidence and preserves for court; conducts follow up investigations as needed. Enforces all felony and misdemeanor laws of Oklahoma. Apprehends, arrests and detains criminal suspects and law violators when necessary; follows proper procedures when making arrests. Serves warrants, summonses, subpoenas, civil and other official papers. Serves as witness in court and provides evidence in court as required. Responds to emergency calls, such as robberies, burglaries, kidnappings, and assaults; and practices safety procedures in answering and responding to calls. Checks residential and commercial property for security as requested; checks on Senior Citizens as requested. Assists motorists in various situations as needed. Contacts complainants and/or victims of crimes within a reasonable length of time; keeps complainants or victims informed of progress of investigations. Investigates and reports fires or other related events; keeps bystanders out of danger; safeguards property; and renders first aid in emergency situations. Prepares, processes, and/or transmits various reports as required. Records information concerning events that took place during tour of duty, and records such activity in the manner as prescribed by department policy. Maintains weapons and equipment in functional and presentable condition. Transports mental patients and prisoners to prescribed locations as necessary. Accounts for and transports evidence coming into custody. Answers questions asked by the general pu  blic, works with juveniles and adults in related matters; refers public to person or agencies which can provide further assistance as required. Works under stressful, high risk conditions. Makes decisions at the crime scenes which may be centered around life or death situations; performs special projects as directed by the Sheriff. Watches for wanted or missing person and lost children; administers first aid to the injured in emergency cases; and reports animals on roadway as necessary, attends shift meeting, seminars, and training sessions as required to remain knowledgeable of operations and promote job performance. Attends required periodic training sessions and seminars; Maintains required level of proficiency in the use of firearms, and evasive action/driving skills. Takes active charge in serious or unusual situations.

Required Skills: Must be CLEET certified; must be able to read and write at a high school level; possess basic typing skills; ability to read and write at a high school level; possess principles of direct supervision; desktop and laptop computers; ability to gain respect and cooperation of others; to keep alert and vigilant; to exercise initiative and independent judgment; to understand and follow oral and written instructions; and to deal tactfully with others. Must pass MMPI, drug test, written and physical testing, and interviews. 

Physical Requirements:  While performing the duties of this position, the employee is required to sit, stand, run, step side to side, step forward and backward, lean forward and side to side,  lift up to 45 pounds, use hands & fingers, reach and stretch with hands, arms, and legs; climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, squat, crawl on hands and feet, crawl while on stomach,  lift knees to waist level, maneuver through a standard sized window opening, drag 180lbs a distance of 20 feet, stand unassisted from a supine and prone position, climb stairs, and maneuver over a 5 foot obstacle

Education / Experience: High school diploma or general education degree (G.E.D.).

Licenses/Certificates: Valid Oklahoma Drivers License, CLEET Law Enforcement certification

Salary Range: $2,800.00 - $3,285.70

Work Schedule: Shift work

Please submit resumes to Human Resources and complete Sheriff Department Employment Application.

                                                                                                       (11/9/2017)


 DETENTION OFFICER - TRAINING SERGEANT
Department - Wagoner County Sheriff's Office, Wagoner, OK

Job Definition: Under general Supervision, is responsible for the training and continued education of detention officers employed by the Wagoner County Jail, also responsible for custody of all prisoners in the Wagoner County Jail, maintaining their security during their time of incarceration and assuming responsibility for all their needs during detention while utilizing the principles of Direct Supervision.

Description: Responsible for ensuring and provide instruction on basic detention and jail operations. A training sergeant for the Wagoner County Jail, will develop training to help familiarize detention officers with the operations of the jail, department policy, jail standards, custody and control, report writing, use of force, and on duty injuries. The training sergeant may incorporate simulations into their training programs. Serve as liaisons between the detention center and patrol for training opportunities benefiting both deputies and detention officers. Help detention officers improve scores on jail standard testing. Provide one-on-one training to detention officers if needed. The training sergeant will make information available about advancement opportunities (if available) or changes in Sheriff’s Office rules and regulations.

Also responsible for custody and control of prisoners; security of facilities; physical movement of inmates; and all inmate record needs. Completes facility logs. Searches all inmates leaving the facility. Searches inmate workers before housing. Searches and locates all new intakes in computer systems. Conducts inspections of cells as needed. Seizes property that is found and completes record of property accepted in and after incarceration. Enforces contraband control and inmate rules. Observes prisoners and prisoner workers for abnormal conditions and corrects situations immediately. Inspects facility and kitchen for cleanliness and take appropriate action to correct. Inspect facility and kitchen areas and reports all maintenance problems and unsafe conditions. Inspects cleaning materials and supplies that enter pods. Searches prisoners for medical visits. Checks and searches, if necessary all visitors. Observes inmate visitation. Observes commissary distribution. Feeds pris  oners. Distributes and collects inmate requests for legal materials, visitor/phone cards, prisoner worker status applications, and incoming and outgoing mail. Reviews, answers and distributes prisoner’s requests and grievances. Assigns work to and supervises prisoner workers. Ensures that all prisoners have routine access to showers. Distributes hygiene products, clean clothing, clean linens, and clean beddings to prisoners. Reports any criminal intelligence to supervisors. Safeguards keys. Directly oversees prisoner workers as assigned. Performs other duties as assigned.

Required Skills: Must have experience in a detention setting and preferred experience in training. Must be able to communicate effectively with supervisors and command staff of the Wagoner County jail and Sheriff’s Office.  Must be able to operate MS word, excel, and power point. Can operate a computer with a projector and trouble shoot minor issues.  Type at an advance level; read and write above a high school level; principles of direct supervision; Ability to gain respect and cooperation of others; to keep alert and vigilant; to exercise initiative and independent judgment; to understand and follow oral and written instructions; and to deal tactfully with others. Must pass drug testing.

Physical Requirements:  While performing the duties of this position, the employee is required to sit, stand, run, step side to side, step forward and backward, lean forward and side to side,  lift up to 45 pounds, use hands & fingers, reach and stretch with hands, arms, and legs; climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, squat, crawl on hands and feet, crawl while on stomach,  lift knees to waist level, maneuver through a standard sized window opening, drag 180lbs 20 feet, stand unassisted from a supine and prone position, climb stairs, and maneuver over a 5 foot obstacle

Education / Experience: High school diploma or general education degree (G.E.D.).

Licenses/Certificates: Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

Salary Range: $2,450.00 per month

Work Schedule: Shift work

Please submit resumes to Human Resources and complete Sheriff Department Employment Application.

                                                                                                      (11/9/2017)


 DETENTION OFFICER
Department:  Wagoner County Sheriff's Office, Wagoner, OK

Job Definition: Under general Supervision, is responsible for the custody of all prisoners in the Wagoner County Jail, maintaining their security during their time of incarceration and assuming responsibility for all their needs during detention while utilizing the principles of Direct Supervision.

Description: Responsible for custody and control of prisoners; security of facilities; physical movement of inmates; and all inmate record needs. Completes facility logs. Searches all inmates entering and leaving the facility. Searches inmate workers before housing. Searches and locates all new intakes in computer systems. Conducts inspections of cells as needed. Seizes property that is found and completes record of property accepted in and after incarceration. Enforces contraband control and inmate rules. Observes prisoners and prisoner workers for abnormal conditions and corrects situations immediately. Inspects facility and kitchen for cleanliness and take appropriate action to correct. Inspect facility and kitchen areas and reports all maintenance problems and unsafe conditions. Inspects cleaning materials and supplies that enter pods. Searches prisoners for medical visits. Checks and searches, if necessary all visitors. Observes inmate visitation. Observes commissary dis  tribution. Feeds prisoners. Distributes and collects inmate requests for legal materials, visitor/phone cards, prisoner worker status applications, and incoming and outgoing mail. Reviews, answers and distributes prisoner’s requests and grievances. Assigns work to and supervises prisoner workers. Ensures that all prisoners have routine access to showers. Distributes hygiene products, clean clothing, clean linens, and clean beddings to prisoners. Reports any criminal intelligence to supervisors. Safeguards keys. Directly oversees prisoner workers as assigned. Performs other duties as assigned.

Required Skills: Skill in basic typing; read and write at a high school level; principles of direct supervision; desktop computers; Ability to gain respect and cooperation of others; to keep alert and vigilant; to exercise initiative and independent judgment; to understand and follow oral and written instructions; and to deal tactfully with others. Must pass drug testing

Physical Requirements:  While performing the duties of this position, the employee is required to sit, stand, run, step side to side, step forward and backward, lean forward and side to side,  lift up to 45 pounds, use hands & fingers, reach and stretch with hands, arms, and legs; climb, balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, squat, crawl on hands and feet, crawl while on stomach,  lift knees to waist level, maneuver through a standard sized window opening, drag 180lbs 20 feet, stand unassisted from a supine and prone position, climb stairs, and maneuver over a 5 foot obstacle

Education / Experience: High school diploma or general education degree (G.E.D.).

Licenses/Certificates: Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

Salary Range: $1,700.00 per month for six months, then increases to $2,350.00

Work Schedule: Shift work

                                                                                                        (11/9/2017)


The Town of Warner, Muskogee County, Oklahoma. Approximately 1 hr. south of Tulsa, Oklahoma. I currently accepting applications and resumes for the position of Police Chief. 

Statutory Council-Manager Form of Government.  Compensation is competitive and will be based on experience and qualifications.  This is a high-profile position in the organization and community. The person selected for this position will exemplify the highest moral and ethical values. A minimum of five years’ experience as a Police Chief or as a peace officer with requisite experience is required together with CLEET Certification; a bachelor’s degree in police science or other related discipline is desired but not required.  Additional experience in supervising, directing, and controlling a police department is essential and may be substituted for some or all the educational requirements.

 To apply please send a cover letter, detailed resume, employment application, and at least five work related references to

Johnny Lewis, Town Administrator
P.O. Box 170
Warner, Oklahoma 74469

townadmin@crosstel.net

A job description and employment applications are available upon request. Application deadline is January 1, 2018.

The Town of Warner is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

                                                                                                       (10/16/2017)


The Warr Acres Police Department is accepting applications for full time Communications Specialist (911 Dispatcher) to fill a current opening.  

This is a shift based position with shifts from 6am to 2pm, 2pm to 10pm and 10pm to 6am with overtime as necessary to fill minimum staffing levels. Applications are available anytime at the Police Department, 4801 N Reeves, or online at www.warracres-ok.gov.

 Applications will be accepted until 5pm on Friday, November 24th, 2017

Warr Acres Police Department
4801 N Reeves
Warr Acres, OK 73122

Minimum requirements:

•18 Years of age or older
•High School Diploma or GED
•Valid Driver’s License
•No Prior Felony Convictions
•Ability to operate telephone, two-way radios and computer for data entry simultaneously
•Ability to remain calm during stressful situations
•Ability to relay critical information between information sources and responders

 

Applicants must complete the selection process to be considered which includes:

•Submitting written application
•Scoring 70% or better on written examination
•Oral board
•Background exam

Benefits:

•Paid sick leave
•Paid vacation accrual
•Employee health insurance package
•Personal leave
•Paid overtime

The City of Warr Acres does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, national origin, age, marital or veteran status, political affiliation, disabled status or any other legally protected status.

                                                                                                      (11/9/2017)


 City of Weleetka Police Department is looking for Police Officer's

 Requirements:

  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Must have a high school diploma or GED
  • Must have a valid Oklahoma driver's license
  • Must submit to the state mandates MMPI test
  • Must pass a background investigation
  • No felony conviction or major misdemeanors
  • No domestic violence convictions
  • No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude
  • No pending criminal charges.
  • Must NOT have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation
  • Highly principled ethics and moral character
  • A true desire to serve all members of society
  • CLEET certified a plus but not require

 Applications available at City Hall located at:

 Weleetka City Hall
120 W. 8th
Weleetka, Ok 74880
405-786-2272

 Chief Hub Pangle

                                                                                                  (8/22/2017) 


 Wetumka, Oklahoma Police Department
The Wetumka Police Department is accepting applications/resumes for Full Time Police Officers

Requirements & Qualifications:

• Must be an American Citizen and possess a valid Oklahoma Driver's License
• Must be at least 21 years of age
• High school diploma or GED
• CLEET Certified Full time or Reserve
• No felony convictions
• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude or domestic violence
• Must not have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within last 5 years
• Must pass through background check
• Must pass fingerprint clearance
• Able to work weekends and occasional special events
• Must be able to complete our F.T.O program.
• Have highly principles ethics and moral character
• Have excellent communication skills
• Must be able to work in a small community

 

Interested applicants will be initially screened by the Chief of Police.

Email resume/questions to:

wetumkapolice@yahoo.com

Or pick up applications at the:

Wetumka Police Department
202 N Main
Wetumka, OK 74883
(405)452-3273

The City of Wetumka is an Equal Opportunity Employer

                                                                                                       (12/1/2017)


City of Woodward is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer

Applicant must meet the following requirements:

• Must be 21 years of age.
• Must have a valid driver's license and possess driving record acceptable to City's  insurance carrier.
• Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent.
• Must have ability to pass the Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement System's medical standards and be state certified.
• Must not have been convicted of a felony.
• Must be able to pass a background screening.
• Must be able to pass CLEET certification if not already CLEET certified (preferred).

Benefits include health, dental, vision, and life insurance; vacation and sick leave; comp time; holiday pay, longevity, etc.

Visit www.cityofwoodward.com for a more detailed job description and to apply online.

                                                                                                        (11/20/2017)


Woodward County, Oklahoma Sheriff's Office
The Woodward County Sheriff's Office is taking applications
for the position of full-time Deputy. Certified applicants are preferred

Applicants must me the basic requirements as listed below:

•     Be a citizen of the United States.
•     Be at least 21 years of age.
•     Have a high school diploma or GED and be able to achieve a passing score on the POSSE exam.
•     Possess a valid driver's license.
•     Possess good moral character and be able to achieve a passing evaluation on the MMPI exam.
•     Have not been convicted of any felony or any misdemeanor (with the exception of minor traffic infractions) within the last 5 years. Must not have been convicted of any crime of domestic violence or moral turpitude.
•     All applicants must undergo an extensive background check, drug test. A physical assessment test may be administered for all uncertified applicants.

Applications may be obtained at the

Woodward County Sheriff's Office
1600 Main Street, Suite 1
Woodward, OK 73801
580-256-3264

Or by email mitchell@woodwardcounty.org  

                                                                                            (10/10/2017)