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The Achille Police Department is accepting applications for the following positions:

 

 1 Full-time Police Officer

($11-$14/hr depending on experience and certifications)

 1 Part-time Police Officer

($11-$14/hr depending on experience and certifications)

 Reserve Police Officer (several)

 

Requirements and Qualifications:

• High School diploma or GED

• Valid State Driver’s License

• Driving record acceptable to City Insurance Carrier

• CLEET certification is PREFERRED but not required

• Must be able to obtain CLEET Certification within 6 Months (reserve or part-time) to 1 year (full-time) of Hire Date

• Must be at least 21 years old at date of hire

• Must be United States Citizen

• If you have prior military service, must have a honorable discharge

• No felony convictions, prior protective orders, domestic violence incidents, or other crimes of a violent nature

• Must be able to work a minimum of 16 hours per month for Reserve Officer position

• Must be able to work in a small town environment

• Must be able to work weekends, night shifts, holidays, and other duties as assigned

• Must be able to pass a MMPI exam and drug test

• Full-time officers MUST reside within Bryan County, OK or be willing to relocate in a timely manner

• Full-time officers MUST be available for on-call time on certain days of the week

• Reserve officers must reside within Bryan County or a surrounding county (Marshal, Atoka, Johnston, Choctaw)

 

Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

 

For more information, contact Assistant Chief Candice Conner

at (580) 775-7680 or email achillepd2@outlook.com

                                                                                                 (10/9/2020)

 

The Altus Police Department is currently accepting applications for the

position of Police Officers

 

CLEET Certification is preferred, but not required. There are currently two (2) openings.

 

The City of Altus is now paying a hiring incentive for new hires. 

$5,000 for Certified Officers with 2+ years and $2,500 for Uncertified Officers.

(Qualifications required for these incentives)

 

Position requires monitoring and enforcement of the criminal and traffic laws. Work requires responsibility to react in a thorough and professional manner and an ability to deal with the public and observe suspicious activity. Works under direct supervision of the Lieutenant or Captain.

 

Within the rank of Police Officer there are various assignments to a variety of functions. However, they are all Police Officers and subject to transfer based on the needs of service. These special assignments may include: Traffic, Records, Training, Narcotics, Investigations, Field Training Officer, and D.A.R.E. Officer.

 

The Altus Police Department provides uniforms, equipment, duty firearms, and a take home car (if you reside within the city limits). 

 

Starting pay for Uncertified Officers is $17.97 an hour.  Starting pay for Certified Officers is dependent on experience.  Additional pay incentives are also available for College degrees, bilingual speaking, etc. 

 

To be eligible for Police Officer: Must be 21 years old. Although Police Officer is an entry level position, the incumbent must complete a probationary period and complete both written and practical knowledge and field training under the direct supervision of a field training officer. Must pass local comprehension/aptitude tests, practical exams, MMPI-2/CPI or related psychological performance tests; must have passed a comprehensive background investigation.  Must be able to be eligible for and pass the Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement System. 

 

Must be a resident of the State of Oklahoma and possess a high school diploma or G.E.D. Must not have been convicted of a felony or a misdemeanor of moral turpitude or have pending criminal actions. Must not be a current user of controlled substances.

 

Must be able to touch type 20 words per minute.

 

For questions or to request an application,

please email Lt. Chris Elrod at celrod@altusok.gov

                                                                                                    (9/9/2020)


 

City of Alva is accepting applications for the position of Full-Time Police Officer

 

CLEET certification is preferred but not required

Salary: Bi-Weekly and based on certification level

Call City of Alva for benefit package for police officers

 

Requirements:

• 21 years old

• U.S. Citizen

• Valid Oklahoma D.L.

• Clean Driving Record

• High School Diploma or GED

• No Felony Conviction

• No misdemeanor conviction related to moral or ethical turpitude (domestic assault, narcotics, or violent)

• Able to take and pass MMPI, mental health evaluation

• Able to pass background check and police pension physical

 

https://www.alvaok.org/vimages/shared/vnews/stories/5c75c1abaa23b/City of Alva Application.pdf

 

Alva Police Department

415 4th Street

Alva, OK 73717

 

For more information email Patrick Hawley at path@alvaok.org or call 580-327-1340

                                                                                                                                   (9/30/2020)


 

Amber, Oklahoma Police Department

 The Amber Police Department is accepting applications/resumes for a

Reserve/Part time Police Officer

 

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

•             Must be CLEET Certified

•             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 background check

•             Must pass fingerprint clearance

•             Must submit to the state mandated MMPI test

•             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

•             be able to work weekends

•             Must be able to attend court once a month

 

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

                                                                                      (7/30/2020)

 

The Pushmataha County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications

for the position of full time Patrol Deputy

 

Minimum Qualifications:

• Applicants must be a citizen of the United States and possess a valid Oklahoma Driver License

• Applicants must have a High School Diploma or GED equivalent

• Applicants must between the ages of 21 and 45

• CLEET Certified is preferred but not required

• Applicants are subject to written, physical and MMPI testing

• Applicants must be able to pass pre-employment drug screening

• Applicants must pass a background investigation

• No previous Felony Convictions or pending Criminal Charges

• Applicants cannot have pending criminal charges and must not have had a DUI, DWI or reckless Driving violation within the last five (5) years

• Applicants must be able to relocate and reside within Pushmataha County

• Applicants must be able to work all shifts (to include weekend and holidays) as needed and/or required

 

Benefits Include:

• $2,000 month starting Salary for Uncertified Officers

• Paid Vacation, Sick Leave and Holidays

• Administrative Leave

• Paid Medical, Dental, and Life Insurance

• Take Home Vehicle within the County Limits

• Duty Equipment and Uniforms Provided

• OPERS Retirement

 

 

Applications may be picked up at the Pushmataha County Sheriff’s Office

207 SW 3rd Street, Antlers, OK 74523

580-298-2475

                                                                                                                                            (8/18/2020)


 

The City of Antlers is accepting applications for a full time Police Officer

 

•CLEET certification, COPs graduate or equivalent is preferred.

•Must be 21 years of age.

•Must have no felonies, domestic violence charges, or crimes of moral turpitude.

•Must be willing to work all shifts if needed, to include weekends and holidays.

•Highly principled ethics and moral character.

•Sound judgment and ability to think quickly.

•Must be willing to relocate to the area if hired.

•Must pass thorough background check.

•Must pass fingerprint clearance.

•Must pass pre employment drug screening.

 

 Applications can be picked up at the Antlers Police Department.

Application must be filled out in full, be legible.

 

    Antlers Police Department

  103 SE 2nd ST

  Antlers, Oklahoma, 74523

 

Applications can also be emailed to Chief Jake Merck at antlerspd231@yahoo.com.

 

Questions about posting can be answered by calling 580-298-5513

Monday thru Friday from 0700-1500 or emailed to the above e-mail address. 

The City of Antlers is an Equal Opportunity Provider and employer.

 

                                                                                                                                      (9/22/2020)


 

The Apache Police Department is accepting

applications for the following positions:

 Full-time Police Officer

 Part-time Police Officer

  Reserve Police Officer

 

 

Requirements and Qualifications:

• High School diploma or GED

• Valid State Oklahoma Driver’s License

• Driving record acceptable to City Insurance Carrier

• CLEET certification is PREFERRED but not required

• Must be able to obtain CLEET Certification within 6 Months (reserve or part-time) to 1 year (full-time) of Hire Date

• Must be at least 21 years old at date of hire

• Must be United States Citizen

• If you have prior military service, must have a honorable discharge

• No felony convictions, prior protective orders, domestic violence incidents, or other crimes of a violent nature

• Must be able to work a minimum of 16 hours per month for Reserve Officer position

• Must be able to work in a small town environment

• Must be able to work weekends, night shifts, holidays, and other duties as assigned

• Must be able to pass a MMPI exam and drug test

• Pay will depend on experience and certification

 

 

 Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

 

For more information, contact City Clerk Karen Ritter at (580) 588-3505

or email: apachecity@yahoo.com

 

                                                                                                                                    (10/2/2020)


 

ARDMORE POLICE DEPARTMENT IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR

FULL-TIME POLICE OFFICER

 

 TO APPLY, SEE LINK BELOW

 

This position performs police patrol, investigation, traffic regulation, and related activities in the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances.

 

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

• Reside within 30 minutes of the City of Ardmore

• 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

 

To Apply:

www.governmentjobs.com/careers/ardmorecity

                                                                                                                                         (8/6/2020)


 

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

• 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 and must not have had a DUI, DWI or Reckless Driving violation within the last five years.

• Applicants must be able to relocate and reside within forty-five (45) miles of Atoka

• Applicants must be able to work all shifts (to include weekends and holidays) as needed and/or required

 

Minimum Benefits include:

• $30,576.00 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

at 1384 West Liberty Road Atoka, OK 74525

or on-line at:  http://www.atokaok.org

                                                                                                                                       (10/13/2020)


 

 Bartlesville Police Department, Bartlesville Oklahoma

 The Bartlesville Police Department is accepting applications

 for the position of full time Police Officer

 

The starting hourly rate of pay is $18.41 an hour for a new recruit. Once training is complete hourly rate increases to $18.88.  The Bartlesville Police Department offers education incentive, Sign on bonus for CLEET certified Officers, Annual equipment allowance, and longevity pay, along with health, dental, vision insurance.

 

Minimum Requirements:

•             Be a citizen of the United States

•             21-45 years of age

•             High School Diploma or GED

•             Valid driver’s license

•             Good moral character

•             Suitable emotional stability

 

Benefits Include:

•             Competitive salary

•             Insurance (health, dental, vision)

•             20 year retirement program and pension fund

•             41 hour work week

•             Uniforms, equipment and firearm provided to each officer

•             Vacation leave

•             Sick leave

•             Holiday leave

•             Military leave

•             Take home car program (must live in city limits to be eligible for take home car)

 

 

Applications for this position are continuously being accepted and the packet is available on our website www.cityofbartlesville.org

 

For more information, contact Sergeant Troy Newell 918-338-4052 or tmnewell@cityofbartlesville.org 

 

Send completed applications to:

City of Bartlesville – HR Department

401 S. Johnstone Ave

Bartlesville, OK 74003

 

The City of Bartlesville is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

                                                                                                                                                                                                 (9/22/2020)


 

 City of Beggs Oklahoma is currently accepting applications

for the positon of Police Officer

 

Applicants MUST possess the following:

• Be at least 21 years of age

• High School Diploma or GED

• Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

• Pass Background Check

• No Felony Convictions

• No Domestic Violence convictions

• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

• Full-time or reserve CLEET Certification, or COPs graduate preferred

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

• Have highly principled ethics & moral character

• Have excellent verbal and written communication skills

• Able to work in a small town environment

 

Applications can be picked up at the Beggs police department

(Monday – Friday / 9:00 to 4:00) or request by email beggspd1@gmail.com

 

Beggs Police Department

108 N. Broadway

Beggs, Ok 74421

                                                                                                                                               (8/31/2020)


 

The Town of Big Cabin is accepting applications for Chief of Police,
1 Full and Part-Time Police Officer

 

Requirements/Qualifications:

  • Hold a High School Diploma or GED.
  • Have a Valid Driver’s License.
  • Live within 25 miles of Big Cabin
  • Be full-time CLEET certified.
  • Be a US citizen.
  • Be 21 years of age.
  • Be of good moral character and have high ethical principles.
  • Must have no felonies, domestic violence or pending criminal charges.

Benefits Include:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Health Insurance
  • Uniforms, equipment and firearm provided to each officer
  • Vacation Leave
  • Sick Leave
  • Holiday Leave

 

For more information contact Big Cabin Police Department at (918) 783-5911.

Applications may be picked up in person at:
Big Cabin Police Department, 112 East Main Street, Big Cabin, OK 74332.

Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

The Town of Big Cabin is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

                                                                                                                                         (8/14/2020)


 

The Town of Binger, Oklahoma Department is accepting applications for a

Chief of Police

Rate of Pay/Salary will be based off of experience and will be discussed with the Town Council before you are hired if you are chosen for the position.

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 is preferred, 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 background check and drug test.

• Must pass fingerprint clearance

• Must submit to the state mandated MMPI test

• Have high principles ethics and moral character

• Have excellent communication skills

• Must be able to work in a small community

• Must be able to work Weekdays/Weekends and Holidays

• Must be able to attend court once a month

• Must be able to attend Town Council meetings once a month.
 Must live within a 20 mile radius of the Town of Binger.

Email resume/questions to:
townclerkofbinger@sbcglobal.net

 

Or pick up applications at the Binger Town Hall

M-F (8AM-5PM)

202 W. Main Street

Binger, OK. 73009

(405) 656-2426

                                                                                                                                              (8/31/2020



City of Blackwell – Full Time Police Officer

 

The City of Blackwell would like to extend an invitation to all interested candidates to apply for the position of police officer.  Blackwell is located in western Kay County at the crossroads of the I-35 corridor and State Highway 11.  Blackwell's population is 7,000 and is equidistant from Tulsa and Oklahoma City.  Wichita, Kansas is only a short drive to the north.

 

Certified officers start out at $40,100 per year before any overtime pay.  Your experience may qualify you for a $1000.00 bonus after you complete the probationary period.  The City of Blackwell furnishes all officers equipment except boots.  Officers have opportunity for monthly incentive pay when performing certain extra duties.  Officers receive ten days paid vacation and eleven days paid holiday leave per year.  Officers are able to accrue comp time and receive accrued sick time at a rate of one day per month.  The City of Blackwell also gives officers $1200.00 a year clothing allowance and uniforms are dry cleaned and pressed at the city’s expense.

 

The Blackwell Police Department is staffed with fifteen officers.  CLEET certification is NOT required but is preferred, all applications will be considered.  The City of Blackwell provides officers health insurance.  Dental, vision, and life insurance is offered.  Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, clean criminal background, pass an extensive background check, and possess a valid Oklahoma driver's license and high school diploma or GED.  Applicants must be able to pass the Oklahoma Police Pension physical. 

 

Applications can be picked up at the:

Blackwell Police Department 224 West Blackwell Avenue in Blackwell. 

Applications can be mailed by calling 580-363-5490,

Monday - Friday, 8:00 A.M. to 4:00 P.M.

or filled out on the city website  https://www.cityofblackwell.com/jobs#JobApplication

 

If you have any questions please feel free to call Chief of Police Dewayne Wood at 580-363-5490 or email him at dwood@blackwellok.org

 

                                                                                                (8/26/2020)


 

The Boley Police Department is currently accepting applications

 for the positon of Reserve Police Officer

 

 

Applicants MUST possess the following:

• Be at least 21 years of age

• High School Diploma or GED

• Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

• Pass Background Check

• No Felony Convictions

• No Domestic Violence convictions

• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

• CLEET Certification is preferred, but not required

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

• Have highly principled ethics & moral character

• Have excellent verbal and written communication skills

• Able to work in a small town environment

 

 

Applications can be requested by email at boleypd4@gmail.com

or contacting Asst. Chief Brown at 918-667-3700

 

Boley Police Department

309 S. Pecan St

Boley, Ok 74829  

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THE BOSWELL POLICE DEPARTMENT IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR FULL TIME, PART TIME, AND RESERVE OFFICERS

 

REQUIREMENTS:

• HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GED

• VALID STATE DRIVERS LICENSE

• CLEET CERTIFICATION PREFERRED BUT NOT REQUIRED

• CLEET CERTIFICATION REQUIRED WITHIN 6 MONTHS OF HIRE DATE

• NO FELONY CONVICTIONS OR PRIOR PROTECTIVE ORDERS, DOMESTIC VIOLENCE INCIDENTS, OR OTHER VIOLENT CRIMES

• MUST BE ABLE TO WORK IN SMALL TOWN ENVIRONMENT

• MUST BE ABLE TO PASS MMPI EXAM AND DRUG TEST

• MUST RESIDE IN CHOCTAW COUNTY OR SURROUNDING COUNTY

• COMPENSATION BASED ON EXPERIENCE

 

APPLICATIONS CAN BE PICKED UP IN PERSON AT BOSWELL CITY HALL

410 6TH ST BOSWELL OKLAHOMA

 OR EMAIL AT ltboswellcourtclerk@yahoo.com

 

Court Clerk can be reached with questions Mon-Fri 8am-5pm 580-566-2211

                                                                                                                    (9/9/2020)


 

The Cache Police Department is accepting applications for a full time patrolman

 

The City of Cache is an equal opportunity employer and does not tolerate discrimination, or harassment of any kind.

Cache is located approximately 10 miles of west of Lawton.

 

Requirements and Qualifications:

  • High School diploma, or GED
  • Valid state issued driver’s license
  • CLEET certified preferred, but not a MUST
  • If you are not CLEET certified, you must be willing to attend a Basic Police Academy,  which is quite lengthy and strenuous
  • Must be 21 years old at the date of hire
  • Must be a United States citizen
  • No felony convictions, domestic violence convictions, or prior protective order
  • No DUI convictions in the last 3 years
  • If you have prior military service, a DD 214 must be provided, a Honorable discharge is a MUST
  • Prior military service is a bonus
  • MUST pass a MMPI exam, (psychological evaluation), and a drug test
  • The City of Cache provides all equipment, Christmas bonuses, clothing allowance, health insurance and retirement
  • The Cache Police Department’s pay is very generous for a small city
  • Pay will be based on experience and certification
  • The Cache Police Department does not require you to reside in the city limits.
  • Applications will be accepted until November 1, 2020

 

For more information , please contact Assistant Police Chief Michael Crank at 580-429-3381, or leave a message at 580-429-3354.

Applications can be requested by mail.

                                                                                                                (9/25/2020)


 

The Cache Police Department is hiring 2 CLEET certified reserve police officers

 

Must be in good standing with CLEET.

Pay will start at $15 a hour. Must work weekends and holidays.

You will not be paid until you pass a FTO program.

 

If interested contact Assistant Police Chief Michael Crank at 580-429-3381

                                                                                                                   (10/19/2020)


 

 GRADY COUNTY SHERIFF 'S OFFICE STATE
OF OKL AHOMA

SHERIFF JIM WEIR   UNDERSHERIFF PHIL BLEVINS

 

Main Office: 302 N. 3rd  •  Chickasha, OK 73018

• (405) 222-5085 • (405) 222-1096 Fax

 

 

Courthouse Deputy Position

 

The Grady County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for a full-time deputy position at the Courthouse.  Applications are currently being accepted at the Grady County Sheriff’s Office located at 302 N. 3rd, Chickasha, Ok 73018.  Applications are available on our Facebook page (Grady County Sheriff’s Office) or Website (gradycountyok.com).  Applications are also available to pick up at our dispatch in the Grady Sheriff’s Office.  Full-time CLEET certification is preferred, but not required. 

Applications will be taken until the position is filled.

                                                                                                                                     (8/6/2020)


 
The Cordell Police Department is now accepting applications for the
position of full time Police Officer

 

The position is open to entry level applicants as well as experienced. Qualifications to fill this position include, but are not limited to:

  • CLEET Certified or COPS Graduate
  • If Reserve certified, must be able to pass and complete bridge academy
  • Must relocate to Cordell within reasonable time of hire date
  • Must be able to work day, 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 violations in the past 5 years
  • Must submit to MMPI Test
  • Must be able to work in small rural community
  • Must have valid Oklahoma Driver’s License
  • Must not have any pending criminal charges
  • Must have 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 or
City Hall Monday-Friday, 8am-4pm, located at
105 W. Main or 101 E Main  Cordell OK, 73632.

Application can also be requested via email at cordellpd@yahoo.com
Attn: Chief Rogers or Asst. Chief Hill 

                                                                                                                              (8/13/2020)


 

DISPATCHER - POLICE/FIRE/911

 

The City of Del City is currently accepting applications for 911 Dispatcher positions.

 

Beginning salary is $34,153.60 - 45,760.00. This is a full time position with an excellent benefit package which includes: health/dental/vision, sick leave, holiday and vacation leave. 

 

Applications and job description are available at

City Hall 3701 SE 15th Street Del City, Ok. 73115

or you can apply on line at www.cityofdelcity.org

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City of Duncan, Oklahoma Police Department

 The City of Duncan is accepting applications

for the position of Police Officer

 

 

The salary for this position is $16.67 per hour for persons with no experience to $17.19 per hour for CLEET certification, plus the fringe benefit package.

 

Requirements:

• Be a citizen of the United States

• Be 21-45 years of age at time of hire

• Have a high school diploma or GED

• Must be able to pass a Police Oriented Aptitude Test and a physical agility test

• Must have a valid State of Oklahoma driver’s license, with a driving record suitable to the City of Duncan Insurance Carrier

• Must meet the requirements of the State Pension Board

• Must have no Felony Convictions

• Applicants must have an Honorable Discharge if Prior Military Service

• Applicants receiving a conditional offer of employment will be required to pass a pre-employment polygraph test

• CLEET Certified officers may be given hiring preference

 

Benefits:

• Insurance (health, dental, vision)

• 20 year retirement through State Pension System

• 5 day work week

• Uniform Allowance

• Vacation Leave

• Sick Leave

• College Degree and Intermediate/Advanced CLEET Certificate Pay

• Longevity pay after 2 years of service

• Availability of Overtime

• Take Home Car Program (Take home units allowed to any officer living in Stephens County once probation is completed and as units are available)

 

Specialized Units: Investigative Services Division, Special Response Team, Hostage Negotiation Team, School Resource Officers, Bike Patrol, Dive Team, and K9 units.

 

Applications are required and are available at City Hall,

1600 S. U.S. Hwy 81, Duncan, Ok.

 

Completed applications may be mailed to City of Duncan,

ATTN: PERSONNEL, P.O. Box 969, Duncan, Ok. 73534

or delivered to the application drop box on the 1st floor at City Hall.

 

If you have any questions, you may contact: Lt. Bart Riley, Training Coordinator

at (580)-251-7642 or by email at bart@duncanok.gov.

 

The City of Duncan is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Applications will be taken until positions are filled.

                                                                                             (8/19/2020)


 

THE NORTH ENID POLICE DEPARTMENT IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR

 FULL TIME AND RESERVE POLICE OFFICER

 

Requirements and Qualifications:

• High School diploma or GED

• Valid State Driver’s License

• Driving record acceptable to City Insurance Carrier

• Must not have had a DUI, DWI or reckless driving violation within last 5 years

• CLEET certification is PREFERRED but not required

• Must be able to obtain CLEET Certification within 6 Months of Hire Date

• Must be at least 21 years old at date of hire

• Must be United States Citizen

• If you have prior military service, must have a honorable discharge

• No felony convictions, prior protective orders, domestic violence incidents, or other

crimes of a violent nature

• Must be able to work in a small town environment

• Must be able to work weekends, night shifts, holidays, and other duties as assigned

• Must be able to pass a MMPI, POST exam and drug test

• Must reside within 15 minutes of Town

 

 

 Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

 

 For more information, contact Chief James Logsdon at (580) 237-5800

or email northenid902@gmail.com

 

 North Enid Police Department

220 Redwood

North Enid, OK 73701

Phone: 580-234-5941

Fax: 580-237-2325

                                                                                             (9/2/2020)


 

The Enid Police Department is accepting applications for full-time police officer

 

A $10,000.00 sign-on incentive is being offered for CLEET certified or other state certified applicants. (Certified Officers would start out at $44,473.23)

 

Basic Requirements:

• Must be a citizen of the United States

• Must be between 21 and 45 years old

• Must have high school diploma or GED

• Must possess a valid Oklahoma driver’s license

• No felony convictions, serious misdemeanors convictions, domestic violence convictions

• Must be of good moral character

• Must successfully pass a physical agility test

• Must successfully pass psychological exam

• Must complete and pass a medical physical

 

Benefits

• Competitive salary: Starting pay is $41,641.60 for non-certified applicants annually

• Insurance (health, dental, vision, and life)

• FLEX medical plan option

• 20 year retirement in the Oklahoma Police Pension system

• Seven 6.8% tier step-raise system

• Comp- time bank option

• Education pay, shift differential pay, assignment pay, longevity pay, fitness

incentive pay/leave, tuition reimbursement plan, linguistic pay

• Sick leave, family sick leave, vacation leave, holiday leave/pay, personal leave,

military leave, bereavement leave, and fitness leave

• All uniforms, equipment and firearms provided

• Annual uniform/equipment supplement

• 4 days on, 3 days off work schedule

• End of shift on-duty fitness workout option

(if staffing and call volume allow)

• Take home vehicle program (must reside in Garfield County)

 

 

Initial applications are available on-line at www.enid.org.

Application hiring cycle will close on November 15th, 2020.

 

For more information, please contact Captain Gary Fuxa at gfuxa@enid.org

or 580-616-7055.

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 The City of Erick is now accepting applications for Police Officer

 

This is a safety sensitive position. You must be able to pass a background check and pre-employment alcohol/controlled substance test. Position requires you must be 21 years of age with a high school diploma/GED, valid Oklahoma driver's license, and CLEET certification.

 

Benefits are available after probationary period including family health/dental/vision insurance, life insurance, and pension paid by employer.

 

Applications and full job description and requirements may be obtained at City Hall

or by contacting (580) 526-3924 or erick@dobsonteleco.com.

 

The City of Erick is an equal opportunity employer.

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The Forest Park Police Department is accepting applications for the

position of Reserve Peace Officer

 

Minimum Requirements:

•             Must have a high school diploma or GED.

•             Must pass a comprehensive criminal background check

•             Must have no felony convictions, nor domestic assault and battery

•             Must have no DUI/DUID/APC

•             Must have a valid Oklahoma driver's license with a good driving record

•             Must be willing to work weekend shifts, day or night

•             Must be willing to work a minimum of 16 hours per month

•             Must have excellent communication skills

•             Must have highly principled ethics and moral character

 

Upon successfully completing the hiring process, non-certified applicants will be scheduled for an upcoming academy.   Certified applicants will begin the standardized 160 hour field training program.    After successful completion of the field training program Reserve Officers are required to work a minimum of 16 hours per month and are paid $10.50/hr.

 

Applications may be picked up anytime at:

Forest Park Police Department

4203 North Coltrane Road

Forest Park, OK 73121

405-424-1212

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Garber Police Department 

Hiring Reserve Police Officers

 

Requirements and Qualifications:

• High School diploma or GED

• Valid State Driver’s License

• CLEET certification is required

• Must be at least 21 years old

• Must be United States Citizen

• If prior military service must have honorable discharge

• No felony convictions, prior protective orders, domestic violence incidents, or other crimes of a violent nature

• Must work a minimum of 16 hours per month

• Must be able to work in a small town environment

• Must be able to work weekends, night shifts, holidays, and other duties as assigned

• Must reside within Garfield County, OK or a surrounding county

 

Applications accepted until the positions filled.

 

For more information, contact Chief of Police Karan Parmar at (580) 542-2743

or email karanparmar_usa@yahoo.com


                                                                                                                (8/28/2020)


 

The City of Geary Police Department is now accepting applications for

Full Time Police Officers and Reserve Police Officers 

 

You may pick up an application at the Geary Police Department at 129 Northwest 5th Street in Geary, Oklahoma.

 

Requirements and Qualifications:

• CLEET Certified is preferred but not required

• Must be at least 21 years old

• Must possess a valid driver’s License with a clean driving record

• Must possess a High School Diploma or G.E.D. Equivalent

• Must be a Citizen of the United States

• No convictions for a felony crime

• No conviction for a misdemeanor crime involving moral or ethical turpitude (IE: domestic violence, narcotics, etc.)

• Must be able to pass a pre-employment drug screening

• Must pass an MMPI Evaluation

 

Benefits:

The City of Geary offers a full benefit package including retirement to its full-time employees.

 

If you have questions, please feel free to contact

the Geary Police Department at 405-884-2167.

                                                                                                                  (10/7/2020)



The Gore Police Department is accepting applications for the following positions:

           Full Time Certified Officer and

     Reserve Certified Officer for Part-Time or Full-Time

 

Requirements & Qualifications:

• Must be at least 21 years of age

• Must be an American Citizen and possess a valid OK Driver’s License

• Must possess a high school diploma or GED

• Must pass background check

• Must be able to work weekends

• Must not be convicted of a crime of moral turpitude, or have charges pending for such a crime

• Must not be the subject of a protective order

• Must be able to attend court once a month

 

Full Time officers will receive dental and health insurance, as well as retirement.

 

 

Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

Applications may be obtained from the Gore Police Department

at 1201 N. Main St., Gore, Oklahoma, 74435

EOE

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The City of Grove is currently accepting applications for the

position of Police Officer

 

Minimum Requirements:

•             Must be a United States Citizen

•             Must be between the age of 21-45

•             Must have a high school diploma or GED

•             Valid Driver's License

•             No felony convictions or serious misdemeanors

•             Good physical condition

•             Good moral character

•             CLEET certification and /or college preferred

 

Benefits Include:

•             Competitive salary $30,088 - $47,042

•             Insurance (health, dental, vision)

•             20 year retirement program and pension fund

•             Four days on, three days off work week

•             Uniform/Equipment allowance

•             Vacation leave

•             Sick leave

•             Holiday leave

•             Take home car program (must live within 20 mile radius)

•             Education Tuition assistance

 

 

Applications for this position are currently being accepted

and the packet is available on our website www.cityofgroveok.gov

                                                                                                (10/8/2020)


 

 The 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

•             CLEET certified

•             Must be able to pass physical agility test, written exam, background check, MMPI, Polygraph test, Drug Screen and Oklahoma Police Pension Physical

 

Required documents to be submitted:

•             Application

•             Signed Copy of Job Description

•             Criminal History Record-Oklahoma State Bureau of Investigation (OSBI)

•             Driving Record

•             Personal History Statement

 

 

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. 

If all documents are not included, application will not be accepted.

 

Please visit city website at www.cityofharrah.com  for application, job description, personal history statement and FOP contract which includes pay structure and benefits.    

 

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

The City of Harrah is a Drug Free EOE.

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Police Officer

Hennessey Police Department

Hennessey, Oklahoma

 

The Town of Hennessey is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer.  Hennessey is located on Highway 81 between Kingfisher and Enid.   The Hennessey Police Department consists of 5 full-time and 6 part-time police officers, and serve a population of approximately 2,200 residents. 

 

Applicants must:

• Be a US citizen

• Have a high school diploma or GED

• Be at least 21 years of age

• Have a valid Oklahoma driver’s license

• Have no felony convictions or other disqualifying criminal history

• Be willing to work shift work, holidays, and weekends

• CLEET Certification is preferred but not required

 

Benefits include:

• Competitive salary

• Medical insurance for the employee

• Vacation (after one year of service)

• Accrued sick leave

• Paid holidays

• Uniforms provided, along with annual uniform allowance

• Duty pistol

• TASER (once training is completed)

 

Applications can be obtained in person at the

Hennessey Police Department, 110 East 2nd Street, Hennessey, Oklahoma 73742.  Completed applications can be returned to the police department in person or by mail.    Applications will be accepted until November 13th, 2020 at 5:00 PM.

 

Please direct any questions to Chief Ed Cangiano at 405-853-4444

or by email at ecangiano@hennesseypd.com

 

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Position of Police Officer

City of Henryetta

 

The 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, 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.

 

Preferred Qualifications

C.L.E.E.T. certification, Associate Degree, ability to prepare precise reports, experience in courtroom testimony, experience with the ODIS reporting system.

 

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.

 

 

Qualified applicants may pick up their applications at the

Henryetta Police Department located at 115 S 4th.

The City of Henryetta is an equal opportunity employer.

This announcement shall remain in effect until the position is filled.

                                                                                                                                        (8/6/2020)


 

Holdenville Police Department

 Police Officer

 The City of Holdenville is now taking applications for Patrolmen and Reserves

 

Qualifications

•                Officers Cleet Certified preferred.

•                Reserves Certified Preferred, non-paid

•                Must have clean driving record

•                Be at least 21 years of age and U.S. Citizen

•                High School Diploma or GED

•                Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

•                Pass Background Check, Drug Screen, MMPI Exam and OPERS  

•                Must pass Physical.

•                No misdemeanors or Felony Convictions

•                No Domestic Violence convictions

•                No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

•                Full-time Officers, CLEET Certification preferred

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

•                High ethical & moral character a must

•                Have excellent verbal and written communication skills

 

Benefits:

• Health is paid 100% by the city for the officer

• Eight hours of sick leave and vacation time accrues monthly from the time of hire

• Retirement is provided by the City (OPERS)

 

 

Applications can be picked or emailed by request.

 

Holdenville Police Department

100 N Creek St, Holdenville, OK 74848

405-379-3397 

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The Choctaw County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications

for a Full Time Patrol Deputy

Hugo, Oklahoma

 

Applicant must be willing to relocate and live in Choctaw County.

 

This position is a four year position supported by the DOJ COPS - Military Veteran Preference - Program. A CLEET Full Time, Over-Five, or Reciprocity eligible certification is preferred.

 

Applications will be accepted until this position is filled.

 

Applications can be obtained at 305 East Jefferson, Hugo, OK 74743,

by calling 580-326-2130,

or email Chief Deputy Stewart Stanfield at Stewart.Stanfield@leo.gov

                                                                                                                                            (8/6/2020)


 

The Town of Hulbert has multiple openings for police officers

The department is looking for both part-time and full-time officers

 

Qualifications are as follows:

•       Full Time applicants must be Full-time CLEET certified

•       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

•       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 the last 5 years

•       Must pass a background check

•       Must pass fingerprint clearance

•       Must submit to the state-mandated MMPI test

•       Must have excellent communication skills

•       Must be able to work in a small community

•       Must be willing to work weekends and holidays

 

 

Applications can be excepted online at https://www.townofhulbertok.gov/policeapp

or applications can be obtained at the city office.

 

For questions please contact

Chief Casey Rowe

(918) 931-2231

Rowe.hpd@att.net

                                                                                                                                            (10/7/2020)


 

 Jenks Public Schools

 Police  Officer  (2 positions)


 

Job Details

Police  Officer  (2 positions)  Jenks Public  Schools  Job  Description

 

Title:   Campus  Police  Officer      (2210)

 

Classification:  Classified Hourly  -  HA   (40 hours  per  week/10 months,  36

hours  per week/2 months) hr

 

Qualifications:

1.  High School  diploma.

2.  Higher  education degree  preferred but not required.

3.  State  Certified Law Enforcement Officer  (CLEET  Certification) preferred.

4.  Law enforcement experience  preferred but not required.

5.  Demonstrated competence  for  human relationship and personal  communication skills.

6.  Satisfy  all  district requirements  with regards  to  physical  health and citizenship.

7.  Such alternative  to  the  above  qualifications  as  the  Board may find appropriate and acceptable.

 

Reports  To:     Chief  of  Campus  Police

 

Performance Responsibilities:

1.  Adheres  to  and follows  Jenks  Public Schools  Policies  and Regulations  as  well  as  the policies  and procedures  of  Jenks  Campus  Police.

2.  Patrols  district buildings  and grounds  to  prevent fure, theft, vandalism, and

inappropriate and illegal  activity.

3.  Conducts  patrol  inspections  of  building entrances  and exits  to  determine  building

security.

4.  Patrols  school  grounds  to  detect unauthorized persons  or  vehicles,  to  check cars  for parking authorization,  to  determine  if  vehicles  are  parked improperly  or  in restricted

areas  and issue  citations  when appropriate.

5.  Reports  any  unusual  conditions  or  malfunctions  of  heating,  plumbing or  electrical 

service.

6.  Maintains  a  proper  log including but not limited to  daily  log,  after-hours  log,  vehicle

log and records  of  calls.

7.  Implements  district emergency  action procedures  when appropriate.

8.  Prepares  written reports  as  instructed by  the  Chief.

9.  Attends  and completes  assigned in-service  training programs  and maintains  CLEET

certification.

10.  Performs  fingerprinting activity  for  prospective  employees  and others  as  assigned.

11.  Monitors  and patrols  during school  activity  events  to  ensure  safety,  security  and

orderly conduct of  everyone.

12.  Creates  a  high visibility  on school  sites  and in school  buildings  during the  school 

day  and at activity  events  with students  and state.

13.  Serves  as  a  resource  person to  principals  and others,  as  requested,  to  address 

student groups  on various  aspects  of  school  security.

14.  Performs  such other  duties  that may  be  assigned by  the  Superintendent or  designee.

 

Terms  of  Employment:

Salary and work year to be established by the Board. Benefits as established by Board policy.

 

 

https://jenks.tedk12.com/hire/ViewJob.aspx? JobID=2495

Follow the link to apply

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KREBS POLICE DEPARTMENT

 The City of Krebs is taking applications for a full time police officer

 

Must be able to pass a physical fitness test, written exam, oral board, MMPI, drug test, and criminal background investigation.  Must be at least 21 years of age and be CLEET certified.

 

Competitive benefit package includes paid health/dental/vision/life insurances; paid holidays, vacation, and sick time; retirement; uniforms and equipment; and duty weapons.

 

Must be willing to work any shift and special assignment, as needed, which will include holidays and weekends.

 

For more information or to request an application,

contact the police department between 8am-5pm,

Monday through Friday at 918-423-2421

or by email at krebspd74554@hotmail.com

                                                                                                                                       (9/3/2020)


 

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.

 

Requirements & 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

                                                                                                                                              (7/27/2020)


 

Langston University Police Department

 The Langston University Police Department is accepting applications

 for the position of Dispatcher

 

This is a full time salaried position. Starting salary depends upon experience and includes benefits. The selected candidate will receive training and work in a fast paced environment. The dispatcher must be able to multi-task and will be challenged to continually learn and develop their skills. The dispatcher's main responsibility will be to facilitate communication between citizens and multiple emergency agencies.

 

Requirements:

•             Must be at least 18 years of age and a U.S. citizen.

•             Have a high school diploma or GED

•             Have a valid driver’s license and good transportation.

•             Must pass a background test and drug testing

•             No felony or major misdemeanor convictions or domestic violence convictions.

•             Excellent communication and computer skills.

•             Must be able to work any shift

 

 

Applicants must submit three (3) letters of recommendations, and provide copies of your driver’s license and educational transcripts

 

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:  405-466-3366

 

Full Time Applications will be accepted until positions are filled.

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City of McLoud

 

JOB TITLE:                     Assistant Police Chief

DEPARTMENT:                 Police

ACCOUNTABLE TO:          Police Chief

 

PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF POSITION: Assists the Chief in the planning, directing, and supervising of the work of the Police Department, to include field operations, patrol, criminal investigations, school resource officers, training programs, warrant officers, and records management. Supervise subordinates engaged in the law enforcement mission.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 

•             Must be able to perform those duties normally associated with law enforcement work.

•             Included are abilities to investigate, interrogate, evaluate, and document evidence in accidents, crimes, and other incidents within the police department operations. 

•             Must meet the physical, mental, and Certification requirements of the Oklahoma Law Enforcement Standards.

•             The physical requirements include sitting, walking, stooping, bending, running short distances, restraining, talking and hearing with clarity, viewing, climbing, crawling, ability to handle stress,  and may be required to lift or move up to 75#’s (greater with assistance). 

•             May be exposed to hazardous materials and infectious disease. 

•             Must possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License. 

 

MAJOR AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY AND PERFORMANCE:

•             Assists the Chief in the maintenance of law and order, the protection of life and property, the regulation of traffic, the apprehension, arrest, and detection of law violators, and the maintenance of police records; determines departmental policies and major procedures;

•             Works collaboratively with members of the department to identifies law enforcement needs and problems in the community and determines revised policies and corrective action;

•             Help craft and implement department goals and objectives, defines alternatives, chooses course of action and monitors achievement;

•             Assists in the development of ordinances regarding public safety;

•             Prepares, recommends, and administers department budget;

•             Determines training needs and directs the implementation of the training program and evaluates the impact of training, specifically safety training;

•             Investigates complaints against the department and its personnel;

•             With others, screens applicants, recommends the hiring of, evaluates performance, and administers the discipline of department personnel; assists in the selection processes of sworn officers;

•             Preserves order at meetings of the City Commission;

 

JOB TITLE:            Assistant Police Chief (continued)

•             Meets the same physical and professional standards of the police officer;

•             Coordinates departmental functions, activities, and objectives with other local, state, and federal criminal justice agencies including State Attorney, prosecutors, courts and court services, and detention facilities;

•             Develops, tracks, and implements records and report systems reflecting daily, weekly, monthly, and annual reports; directs preparation of reports on crime statistics and traffic incidents often requiring original data; has access to and possesses information restricted to specific persons;

•             Oversees equipment requiring accountability; is responsible for funds of a moderate amount however the Budget for personnel, equipment and facilities is considerable;

•             Contacts with fellow employees, other criminal justice agencies, officials, City Commission, and the public is frequent and involves communication of complex and confidential information often requiring tact and diplomacy;

•             Work requires contact with unpredictable and uncontrollable physical conditions requiring care and use of proper personal safety equipment and procedures to prevent injury.

•             May act as the Chief of Police.

 

SUPERVISION - RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORK OF OTHERS: Responsible for departmental supervision of all employees.

 

EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

•             Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice or a closely related field; Graduation from the FBI Academy or equivalent Law Enforcement Program preferred;

•             10 years of progressively responsible law enforcement experience, including three (3) years in a supervisory capacity like the Assistant Chief of Police.

•             Direct supervision of investigations, internal affairs, and personnel matters desirable.

•             Must possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s license.

 

EXAMPLES OF PERFORMANCE CRITERIA AND QUALIFICATIONS:

•             Advises and collaborates with the Chief of Police on issues of the department.

•             Maintains and applies a thorough knowledge of current and new principles and practices of police administration and law enforcement;

•             Maintains and exhibits discretion and integrity at all times when handling confidential data;

•             Maintains and applies thorough knowledge of federal, state, and local laws and ordinances which are enforced by the department;

•             Develops and implements effective policies and training programs including the use of proper safety equipment and procedures to prevent injury;

•             Performs other duties that may be necessary.

 

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform any non-essential job duties

  

Send resume to policechief@mcloudok.us

                                                                                                                                               (9/2/2020)


 

City of McLoud

Police Officer

 

JOB TITLE:                Police Officer

DEPARTMENT:           Police

ACCOUNTABLE TO:   Sergeant

 

PRIMARY OBJECTIVE OF POSITION: Under the general, and occasional, direct supervision of the Sergeant, is responsible for protecting the law-abiding citizen and enforcing the law through ongoing police work in the City. Work varies, exercising judgment within well established procedures and standards.

 

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS: 

•             Must be able to perform those duties normally associated with law enforcement work. Included are abilities to investigate, interrogate, evaluate, and document evidence in accidents, crimes, and other incidents within the police department operations.

•             Physical requirements include sitting, walking, stooping, bending, running short distances, restraining, hearing and speaking with clarity, viewing, climbing, crawling, ability to handle stress, and may be required to lift up to 75#’s (greater with assistance).

•             May be exposed to dangerous life threatening situations, hazardous materials and infectious disease.

•             Must possess CLEET Certification within one (1) year of employment and maintain all of the requirements of the State Certification throughout employment;

•             Must possess a valid Oklahoma Driver's License. 

 

MAJOR AREAS OF ACCOUNTABILITY AND PERFORMANCE:

•             Performs the duties of a Police Officer; responds to dispatches and appears at the scene of disorder or crime, patrols assigned area, on foot or by car, inspects public establishments requiring licenses, and responds to domestic calls;

•             Is responsible to perform the law enforcement activities of maintaining law and order, the protection of life and property, the regulation of traffic, reporting any hazards or dangers, the apprehension, arrest, and detection of law violators all in compliance with City Ordinances, Policies, and Procedures;

•             Directs and reroutes traffic around fires, accidents, or any other disruption of normal activity; carries out orders and enforces directions from the State and Federal Court Systems;

•             Shall meet and maintain the physical and professional requirements and certifications of a police officer as established by the CLEET Standards;

•             Initiates reports and records reflecting daily, weekly, monthly, and annual activities; prepares reports on crime and traffic incidents as necessary; has access to information requiring confidentiality and discretion; contacts with fellow employees, the public, and other agencies are constant and involves communication of complex information requiring tact and diplomacy; responsible for equipment requiring accountability; work requires contact with unpredictable and uncontrollable physical conditions requiring care and use of proper personal safety equipment and procedures to prevent injury.

•             May work nights, rotating shifts, holidays, weekends, and during emergencies;

•             May be assigned other responsibilities such as Fire Arms Instructor, K-9 Officer, etc.;

•             Performs other duties as may be assigned.

 

SUPERVISION - RESPONSIBILITY FOR WORK OF OTHERS: None

 

EDUCATION, TRAINING, AND EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS:

•             Must be a high school graduate or its equivalent;

•             Must be 21 years of age;

•             Must meet all statutory requirements in becoming a Police Officer;

•             If designated as a K-9 Officer, must procure additional CLEET Certification with Officer’s dog and satisfactorily maintain an annual renewal of such Certification;

•             Must obtain CLEET Certification within one (1) year of employment and must maintain all required CLEET requirements during employment;

•             Possession of a valid Oklahoma Driver’s license and maintain a status of insurability.

 

EXAMPLES OF PERFORMANCE CRITERIA AND QUALIFICATIONS:

•             Maintains and applies a thorough knowledge of current and new principles and practices of law enforcement;

•             Obtains field experience under the direct supervision of a Field Training Officer;

•             Maintains and exhibits discretion and integrity at all times;

•             Maintains and applies thorough knowledge of federal, state, and local laws, ordinances, Department Policies, and Procedures which are enforced by the department;

•             May execute Search Warrants, assist in jail booking processes, and with animal control;

•             Establishes and maintains effective working relationships with fellow employees, other criminal justice agencies, courts, officials, and the public;

•             May testify in Court or Hearings;

•             Performs other assignments as directed.

 

                                     Send Resume to policechief@mcloudok.us

                                                        Chief Wes Elliott

                                                       408 W Broadway

                                                     McLoud, Ok 74851

                                                        405-788-4800

                                                                                                                                        (10/22/2020)


 

Medford, Oklahoma Police Department

 The City of Medford is accepting applications for the position of

Full-Time Police Officer

 

CLEET certification, COPs graduate or equivalent may be given hiring preference,

but not required.

 

Minimum Qualifications:

•             Must be able to obtain Basic CLEET certification within six (6) months of hire date (if not currently certified)

•             Must be able to pass a P.O.S.S.E. test (if required)

•             Must not currently be subject to an order of any state revoking, suspending, or accepting a voluntary surrender of peace officer certification

•             Must be evaluated as suitable to serve as a peace officer following psychological evaluation by a psychologist licensed by the State of Oklahoma (if required)

•             Must be 21 years of age and under 45 years of age at date of hire

•             Must be a United States Citizen

•             Must be able to pass an extensive background investigation and oral interview

•             Must not have been involuntarily committed to an Oklahoma state mental institution

•             Must not currently be undergoing treatment for a mental illness, condition or disorder

•             Must not be a current user of controlled substances

•             Must have a high school diploma or GED

•             Must not be subject to a final order of protection

•             Must not have a conviction, or be participating in a deferred sentence agreement, for a felony, a crime involving moral turpitude or a crime of domestic violence

•             Must not have any criminal charges pending in any Municipal, State, Tribal or Federal/Military court

•             If prior military service, must have an Honorable discharge

•             If currently serving in the US military, no non-judicial (Article 15) proceedings within the prior two (2) years of date of application

•             Must possess a valid Driver's License issued by the State of Oklahoma

•             Must not have a DUI, DWI or Reckless Driving violation within the prior five (5) years of application date

•             Driving record must be acceptable to City insurance carrier

•             Reside within the City of Medford or willing to relocate if selected for the position

•             Must have excellent rural community communication skills

•             Must be available any shift (Nights, weekends, and holidays) and other special events as needed

•             Must have high principles, ethics and moral character

•             Must be able to work in a small community

 

Benefits:

•             Salary based on training and experience

•             Insurance (health, dental, vision)

•             Retirement through OMRF

•             Uniforms and firearms provided

•             Vacation and Sick leave

•             Take home car (If residing within designated area)

 

 

Resumes or applications may be submitted via mail or email to:

Medford Police Department

Attn: Jim Shepherd

PO Box 123

Medford, OK 73759

 

 E-mail: cityofmedfordok@yahoo.com

 

For more information please contact Assistant Chief Jim Shepherd

at 580-395-2823 or cityofmedfordok@yahoo.com.

 

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

The City of Medford is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

                                                                                                                                        (10/20/2020)


 

Medford, Oklahoma Police Department

 The City of Medford is always accepting applications for Reserve Police Officers

 

CLEET certification, COPs graduate or equivalent may be given hiring preference,

but not required. 

 

Minimum Qualifications:

•             Must be able to obtain Reserve CLEET certification within six (6) months of hire date (if not currently certified at or above )

•             Must be able to pass a P.O.S.S.E. test (if required)

•             Must not currently be subject to an order of any state revoking, suspending, or accepting a voluntary surrender of peace officer certification

•             Must be evaluated as suitable to serve as a peace officer following psychological evaluation by a psychologist licensed by the State of Oklahoma (if required)

•             Must be 21 years of age and under 45 years of age at date of hire

•             Must be a United States Citizen

•             Must be able to pass an extensive background investigation and oral interview

•             Must not have been involuntarily committed to an Oklahoma state mental institution

•             Must not currently be undergoing treatment for a mental illness, condition or disorder

•             Must not be a current user of controlled substances

•             Must have a high school diploma or GED

•             Must not be subject to a final order of protection

•             Must not have a conviction, or be participating in a deferred sentence agreement, for a felony, a crime involving moral turpitude or a crime of domestic violence

•             Must not have any criminal charges pending in any Municipal, State, Tribal or Federal/Military court

•             If prior military service, must have an Honorable discharge

•             If currently serving in the US military, no non-judicial (Article 15) proceedings within the prior two (2) years of date of application

•             Must possess a valid Driver's License issued by the State of Oklahoma

•             Must not have a DUI, DWI or Reckless Driving violation within the prior five (5) years of application date

•             Driving record must be acceptable to City insurance carrier

•             Must have excellent rural community communication skills

•             Must have high principles, ethics and moral character

•             Must be able to work in a small community

 

Reserve Officers are expected to work a minimum of eight (8) hours per month.

 

Benefits:

•             Reserve Officer is a compensated position.

•             Uniforms provided

•             Reserve Officers may be issued a take home car (If residing within designated area and unit is available)

 

Resumes or applications may be submitted via mail or email to:

Medford Police Department

Attn: Jim Shepherd

PO Box 123

Medford, OK 73759

 

 E-mail: cityofmedfordok@yahoo.com

 

For more information please contact Assistant Chief Jim Shepherd

at 580-395-2823 or cityofmedfordok@yahoo.com.

 

Applications will be accepted continually.

The City of Medford is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

                                                                                                                                            (10/20/2020)


 

Northeastern Oklahoma A&M College is accepting applications for a

full-time Campus Police position

Miami, Oklahoma

 

Requirements and Qualifications:

• High School Diploma or equivalent

• CLEET certification within (6) months of hire.

• Other minimum qualification requirements established by Oklahoma State Statues, Title 70-3311

 

Preferred:

• Full time CLEET certification

 

Benefits:

• Insurance (medical, dental, vision, life)

• Paid Vacation and Sick Leave

• Oklahoma Teacher Retirement System (employer paid)

 

 

For more information, visit our website at www.neo.edu/jobs

or contact our Human Resource Office at 918-540-6219.

                                                                                                                                       (9/3/2020)


 

NOW HIRING: 

CLEET CERTIFIED POLICE OFFICER

 

The Miami Police Department an opening for a CLEET Certified Police Officer.  This is a safety sensitive position in which the individual interacts with a culturally and socially diverse population; employs discretion in solving problems; maintains public order; prevents crime; enforces laws and ordinances; conducts investigations; makes arrests; issues summons/citations and warnings; assists the public; and may perform administrative support tasks. 

 

Required Qualifications:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Oklahoma Council on Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) Certified
  • U.S. Citizen
  • Must possess a valid Driver’s License
  • No felony convictions
  • Must be between ages 21 to 45 for mandatory participation in the

OPPRS

  • Must take Oklahoma Police Pension Retirement System physical
  • Must pass MMPI psychological assessment
  • Must pass a thorough background investigation
  • Available to work any shift (nights, weekends, and holidays)

 

Salary: $15.981 per hour

Band/Grade B23

 

Benefits:

Health Insurance

Retirement

Paid Vacation (after one year of employment)

12 Paid Holidays

 

Applications may be obtained online on the City of Miami website:

www.miamiokla.net

 

Applications will be accepted until 5:00 P.M. on Wednesday, September 23rd, 2020.  If interested in this position, please return the completed application and current resume via email to applications@miamiokla.net, in person at the City of Miami Police Department,

or by mail to City of Miami, Attn: Human Resources, P.O. Box 1288, Miami, OK 74355.  918-542-6685

The City of Miami is an EOE.

                                                                                                                                        (9/10/2020)


 

The City of Midwest City is now accepting applications for Police Officer

 

Salary: $50,216/year with benefits

 

Under the direct supervision of a Lieutenant, officers will perform day to day enforcement of municipal, state and federal laws (including making arrests, working accidents, testifying in court, preliminary investigations, traffic regulations, etc.) in a designated area on an assigned shift.

 

Must be 21 years of age. Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent. Must be CLEET Certified with 3+ years experience.

 

For more information, visit midwestcityok.org/jobs or call 405-739-1234

 

Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

 

Piper Ramsey

Human Resources Officer

City of Midwest City

(405) 739-1234

                                                                                                                                (8/8/2020)


 

The Moore Police Department is seeking applicants to fill multiple

Police Officer positions

 

All applicants who would like to apply for a position are invited to the Physical Agility testing and Written Examination to be conducted on the following date at the Central Park of Moore located at 700 S. Broadway Avenue, Moore, OK 73160:

 

•             Saturday, October 24, 2020 at 9:00 AM

 

The Moore Police Department is here to walk alongside residents to create a city desirable to live in. Forging strong partnerships, we will find answers and apply solutions to problems. Compassionately serving and seeking the best outcomes with the community. Fighting crime, Passionately Protecting the community, and humbly putting Service Before Self.

 

Together we are MOORE STRONG.  We aspire to enhance the community by positively impacting the lives of individuals.

 

The Moore Police Department is staffed by 92 commissioned officers and 12 civilian employees.

 

The starting base salary for a non-certified applicant is $48,405.  The starting base salary for a certified police officer is $59,097 to $60,425 depending on qualifications.  In addition to the base pay, officers receive a substantial benefits package ranging from $12,101 to $15,106 depending on qualifications.  The benefits include additional pay for college degrees and fluency in a foreign language and sign language. Other benefits include college tuition reimbursement, a take-home patrol car for officers residing in the city limits or within a 2 mile radius of the City of Moore, longevity pay, uniform cleaning allowance, and much more.

 

Applicants need to download an application packet from the Moore Police Department website at https://www.cityofmoore.com/uploads/Police-Department/New-Hire-Application-080419.pdf and bring the completed application packet to the testing. Applicants must also bring a photo ID for Physical Testing.

 

The physical test will consist of:

• 1.5 mile run in under 15 min 20 sec;

• 300 meter sprint in under 68 seconds;

• 18 pushups in 60 seconds;

• 27 sit ups in 60 seconds.

 

Upon successful completion of the Physical test, applicants will progress to the Written Examination. Written Examinations will be held after the physical testing on each date. Bring a photo ID and $15 dollars to the Written Examination.

 

Prerequisites and Automatic Disqualifiers

•             Must be 21 years of age.

•             Must have ability to obtain Oklahoma DL.

•             Possess a High School Diploma or obtained a GED. If GED, must also have 30 semester hours from an accredited college or university.

•             No felony convictions.

•             Cannot be under indictment, have charges pending in any court, or under investigation by an LE agency for an offense that would disqualify the applicant.

•             No convictions for Domestic Violence.

 

•             If discharged from military, DD214 must not list discharge as other than honorable, dishonorable, or if a commissioned officer a dismissal notice.

•             Cannot be on probation, parole, or deferred sentence.

•             No past use of LSD, PCP, MDMA, mescaline, or psilocybin.

•             No distribution or manufacturing of illegal drugs or solicitation for sale.

•             No use of a substance to alter mental or physical condition within the past 3 years, including marijuana use, unless used in accordance with a physician’s instructions.

•             The continued use of marijuana by a medical marijuana license holder is prohibited upon employment.

•             No multiple convictions for DUI, DWI, or DUID.

•             No charges for DUI, DWI, or DUID within past 3 years.

•             No convictions for reckless driving, attempting to elude, racing, or leaving the scene of an accident within the last 3 years.

•             Applicants who have completed CLEET Basic Academy while employed by another Law Enforcement Agency must be beyond one year from Academy graduation.

•             No termination from another Law Enforcement Agency, or resignations while under investigation.

•             Visible tattoos are permitted as long as they can be covered by a regulation Moore Police Department uniform shirt. Tattoos on the hand or wrist, must be able to be covered by a wedding band, or wrist watch. No facial or neck tattoos are allowed.

 

If you have any questions please send us an email at mpdhiring@cityofmoore.com.

                                                                                   (Remove 10/26/2020)

 

The City of Morris Police Department is accepting applications for a

full time CLEET certified Police Officer

 

Wages and benefits will be discussed upon application. 

Please contact Chief Tim Bell at tbell@cityofmorris.com

 

Applications will be taken until November 1, 2020 or until position is filled.

                                                                                                                        (Remove 11/2/2020)


 

POLICE OFFICER

 CITY OF MUSKOGEE

 

The City of Muskogee is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer.  Starting pay:  $20.53/hr. plus excellent benefits.  Must be between 21 – 45 years of age and have a high school diploma or equivalent.  Twelve hour shifts.  Notice:  This classification is a “safety sensitive” position as defined by the United States Department of Transportation drug and alcohol testing regulations, the Oklahoma Standards for Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing Act and/or the Oklahoma Medical Marijuana laws.  As a “safety sensitive” classification, you will be subject to drug and alcohol testing, including random testing.  Marijuana is one of the substances included in the drug panel screening.  Possession of a medical marijuana license will not excuse you from the testing process or the consequences of testing positive for marijuana. 

 

For complete job description go to website:  http://www.cityofmuskogee.com

 

DUE TO THE NATIONAL SHORTAGE OF POLICE OFFICERS, A HIRING INCENTIVE IS BEING OFFERED TO NEWLY HIRED CITY OF MUSKOGEE POLICE OFFICERS.  FOR MORE INFORMATION, SEE CITY COUNCIL POLICY 3-1-4 ON THE CITY OF MUSKOGEE WEBSITE.

 

RESUMES MAY BE SUBMITTED BUT WE REQUIRE THAT OUR EMPLOYMENT APPLICATION BE COMPLETED AND SUBMITTED ALSO.  The employment application can be found on our website:  http://www.cityofmuskogee.com.  Just click on “Departments” (in the green bar toward the top of the page), then click on “Human Resources” (on the left side of the page), then click on “Links and Downloads” (on the left side of the page), then click on “Applications” (toward the bottom of the page), then click on “City of Muskogee Employment Application” (you can be print and fill out), or one can be faxed, emailed or mailed to you or you can pick one up from the City of Muskogee Human Resources Department at 229 West Okmulgee Street (the three story red brick building (Muskogee Municipal Building) at the southeast corner of 3rd and Okmulgee Streets).  The Human Resources Department is located on the First Floor, Room 102.  Applications can be returned to the same address or by mail:  City of Mus  kogee, Human Resources Department, P. O. Box 1927, Muskogee, OK  74402-1927; by fax:  918-684-6223; or by email:  jkennedy@muskogeeonline.org.  If you should have any questions, please call the Human Resources Department at 918-684-6221 or inquire in person at the address above or fax or email (above).

 

DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:

4:00 p.m., Friday, October 30, 2020

EOE

                                                                                                                                                                                       (Remove 11/2/2020)


 The Cleveland County Sheriffs Office is looking for Detention Officers
at the Cleveland County Detention Center 

·         Starting Annual Salary $31,000 ($14.90 hourly)
·         Benefits include: Health, Dental, Vision & Life Insurance Policy paid by county.
·         Cleveland County has a partnership with Classen Urgent Care providing. healthcare to employees and their families with no out of pocket costs.
·         Cleveland County provides a Wellness Center for employees and their families to utilize at no cost.
·         Cleveland County provides all uniforms and equipment with the exception of Black Boots. 

Contact Captain Garner or Captain Glasco for information,
Bgarner@clevelandcountyok.com or jglasco@clevelandcountyok.com

                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                          (7/28/2020)


 

The Cleveland County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications

for Communication Specialist

 

 This opening is a full time position.  Individuals applying must be self motivated, require minimal supervision, and promote high standards of integrity and professionalism.

 

Annual Salary of $34,366.00 plus benefits.

 

Requirements:

• Must be at least 21 years of age & U.S. Citizen

• Have a High School Diploma or GED

• Have a valid Driver’s License – Insurable Driving Record

• Must pass a Background Investigation, Drug Screen and Polygraph Examination

• No felony convictions

• No Domestic Violence Record

• Good Moral Character

• Able to work any schedule, to include nights, weekends and holidays.

 

Skills:

• Good verbal communication

• Adequate typing ability

• Good organizational skills and the ability to multitask

• The ability to work well under pressure and manage stress in a fast-paced, high-stress environment.

 

Job Descriptions:

• The following can happen one at a time or sometimes several at a time.

• Duties that are performed, but not limited to:

• Answering 911 Calls

• Answering Multi Line Phones

• Dispatching and keeping track of multiple deputies as well as officers from other agencies.

• Dispatch Fire and Ambulance when needed.

• Taking information for Active and Non-Active Crimes

• Real Time Data Entry

• Entering and maintaining all NCIC Records

• Filing

 

Pick up application at:

111 N. Peters, 6th Floor

Norman, OK. 73069

 

or www.ccso-ok.us

                                                                                          (10/1/2020)

 

University of Oklahoma Police Department (Norman Campus)
Patrol Officer

OU Police Officers are armed, CLEET certified peace officers. They may be assigned as patrol officers, detectives, or Crime Prevention Officers. Some are assigned to the multi-jurisdiction SWAT team and to the joint Hazardous Devices Unit. 

  • Starting pay: $20.80/hour;  $43,264 per year.
  • Job Title: Public Safety Officer III.  OU Job requisition number*: 202703


Benefits include:

  • 11 paid holidays per year;
  • 18 hours of accrued leave per month;
  • Medical, Dental, Accidental Death and Dismemberment Insurance (AD&D);
  • Life Insurance;
  • Uniforms and equipment provided;
  • Tuition assistance;
  • Oklahoma Law Enforcement Retirement System.

Minimum requirements:

  • 12 months public safety, law enforcement or military experience;
  • 21 years of age;
  • High school or GED;
  • Pass background investigation;
  • Pass medical physical exam.

Departmental Preferences:

  • 12+ months public safety, law enforcement, military experience, or Collegiate Officers Program graduate.

 

For more information, contact:

To apply, follow the hyperlink below:

https://ou.taleo.net/careersection/2/jobdetail.ftl?job=202703&tz=GMT-05:00&tzname=America/Chicago

                                                                                                                                 (10/21/2020)


 

The Oilton Police Department is currently accepting applications for the

position of Reserve Police Officer

 

Applicants MUST possess the following:

• Be at least 21 years of age

• High School Diploma or GED

• Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

• Pass Background Check

• No Felony Convictions

• No Domestic Violence convictions

• No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

• Full-time or reserve CLEET Certification, or COPs graduate preferred, but not required

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

• Have highly principled ethics & moral character

• Have excellent verbal and written communication skills

• Able to work in a small town environment

 

Applications can be picked up at the Oilton Police Department,

Oilton City Hall, or online at www.cityofoilton.com

 

(Monday – Friday / 9:00 to 4:00) or request by email pdchief@cityofoilton.com

 

 Oilton Police Department

 203 E.4th Street

 Oilton, Ok 74052

                                                                                                                                          (9/23/2020)


 

OKLAHOMA CITY COMMUNITY COLLEGE POLICE DEPARTMENT
OCCC PD is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer

 

The OCCC Police Department is an Oklahoma Law Enforcement Accreditation Program (OLEAP) and International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators (IACLEA) Accredited Police Department with certified full-time police officers and reserve police officers. 

Applicants must meet the following minimum qualifications in order to be considered:

  • Must be a citizen of the United States.
  • Must be at least 21 years of age.
  • Must have CLEET Peace Officer Certification, equivalent Peace Officer certification from another state, or COPS Certification.
  • Must have High School Diploma or GED.
  • Must have a Valid Driver’s License

Benefits Include:

  • Competitive salary (Based on education, experience, and professional certifications)
  • Insurance (Health, Dental, Life)
  • Oklahoma Teachers Retirement System
  • 403b Supplemental Retirement System (OCCC offers up to 3% match with required contribution)
  • Uniforms, equipment, and firearm provided
  • Vacation, personal, military and sick leave
  • Ample overtime opportunities
  • Seventeen (17) paid holidays
  • OCCC Tuition Waiver for employee and dependents/Reimbursement for employees.

Process

Online Application

Interview Committee Selection Process

Interview Committee Interview Board

Background Investigation

 

Please apply online at: OCCC Police Officer Posting

                                                                                                                                                   (9/8/2020)


 

Oklahoma Tourism and Recreation

 


OTRD is seeking two full-time classified Park Ranger I’s to provide law enforcement at Little Sahara State Park in Waynoka, OK. This position will require working weekends and holidays and have a flexible schedule. OTRD offers a comprehensive benefits package, including a benefit allowance to offset the cost of insurance premiums for employees and their eligible dependents. The annual salary for this position is $33,160. 

Deadline is October 1, 2020 at 5 PM

 

see attached -  Park Ranger Little Sahara

 

 

 

OTRD is seeking a full-time classified Park Ranger I to provide law enforcement at Beavers Bend State Park in Broken Bow, OK. This position will require working weekends and holidays and have a flexible schedule. OTRD offers a comprehensive benefits package, including a benefit allowance to offset the cost of insurance premiums for employees and their eligible dependents. The annual salary for this position is $33,160. 

Deadline is  October 27, 2020 at 5 PM

 

see attached - Park Ranger Beaver's Bend State Park

 

 

 

OTRD is seeking a full-time classified Park Ranger I to provide law enforcement at Lake Thunderbird State Park in Norman, OK. This position will require working weekends and holidays and have a flexible schedule. OTRD offers a comprehensive benefits package, including a benefit allowance to offset the cost of insurance premiums for employees and their eligible dependents. The annual salary for this position is $33,160. 

 

Deadline is October 27, 2020 at 5 PM

 

see attached - Park Ranger Lake Thunderbird

 

 

                                                                                                                                   (10/22/2020)


 

City of Okmulgee

Police Officer

 

The City of Okmulgee is accepting application for Police Officer. 

You may apply at www.Okmulgeeonline.com

 

The position pays $20.07/hr. which is $44,354.70 per year

 

Minimum Requirements:

  • Be a citizen of the United States
  • Must be between the ages 21 – 45 years of age, unless a current participant in the Oklahoma Police Pension System
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Valid Oklahoma Driver’s License
  • Good Moral character

 

Benefits:

  • Competitive Salary
  • Free Employee Insurance (Medical, Dental, Life)
  • $40/pay check for Family Insurance
  • State Pension
  • Uniforms, equipment, and firearm provided to each officer
  • Vacation Leave
  • Sick Leave
  • Holidays
  • Longevity
  • Take Home Car Program
  • Incentive Pay (Certifications, Education)

 

 

Apply at www.Okmulgeeonline.com

 

For more information contact Cheryl Rea, HR Director at cheryl@okmcit.net

or 918-758-1102

 

City of Okmulgee
P.O. Box 250
Okmulgee, OK 74447

                                                                                           (9/30/2020)


 

The City of Pawnee is accepting applications for a full-time Police Officer

 

This is a full-time certified law enforcement position with all the duties and responsibilities of such. Reserve or full-time CLEET certification preferred. Benefits include the following:

• Health Insurance

• Vision Insurance

• Dental Insurance

• Take home vehicle

• 10-hour shifts with 3 days off each week

• Overtime availability

• Uniform allowance

• Sig Sauer P320 Handgun

• Outstanding support from the Community.

• Starting pay for Officers is $13.50 an hour.

• FTO program varies depending upon experience and ability

 

We expect the right candidate to be proactive, respectful of the community, and to have a positive attitude. Candidate must be between the ages of 21 and 45, have a valid driver's license. Preferred skills and traits: computer proficiency, familiarity with MS Office, communication and public speaking skills, willingness to learn, and ability to work in a team.  

 

The City of Pawnee is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Applications can be accessed through the department website www.pawneepd.com. Resumes with references can be sent to the

Pawnee Police Department, 510 Illinois St. Pawnee, Ok. 74058.

Office: 918-762-3166, Fax: 918-762-3955. 

                                                                                                                                           (9/3/2020)


 

The Iowa Tribe Police Department

 Dispatcher – (2) Full Time Positions

Perkins, OK.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

•             Monitor telephones and radio in the communications center, answer all incoming calls and establishes nature of call, gathers all necessary information to transmit or delay

•             Dispatch for emergency responses, contact all required personnel and other local concerns in the event of an emergency situation and ensures the presence of reserve units by contacting personnel designated for call-back

•             Maintain log on radio and telephone communications, location of personnel and equipment

•             Operate radios as needed to assist in radio communications

•             Compose, type, and edit correspondence, reports, memorandum, and other material requiring judgement as to content, accuracy, and completeness

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

•             Ability to multi-task and prioritize

•             Ability to maintain emotional control and work effectively during emergencies, crisis situations or extremely stressful conditions

 

Benefits Include:

Tribal paid options available the first of the month after 60 days of employment;

•             Medical Insurance

•             Dental Insurance

•             Vision Insurance

•             Life Insurance Policy

Employee paid options available the first of the month after 60 days of employment;

•             Family dental and vision coverage

•             Elective life insurance for employee, spouse, and children

•             Short term and long term disability insurance

•             AFLAC accident, cancer, hospitalization, and specified event insurance policies

Employee paid options available the first of the month after 90 days of employment;

•             Flexible spending account – health and childcare

•             401(k) with a 6% tribal match

Vacation & Sick Leave

•             Vacation leave is accrued each pay period, beginning at the start of employment

•             Sick leave is accrued each pay period, beginning at the start of employment

•             Sick and vacation leave is eligible to be utilized upon the 90th day of employment

Holidays

•             13 paid holidays each year

Hourly Pay and Evaluations:

•             $12.00 an hour

•             12 hour shifts

•             Scheduled 14-15 working days a month

•             Overtime opportunity

•             90 day performance evaluation

•             Annual performance evaluations

 

Conditions:

•             Be at least 18 years of age

•             Must possess a high school diploma or GED

•             Must submit to and pass applicable drug test

•             Must pass federal background check

•             Valid Oklahoma driver’s license

•             Obtain Oklahoma Law Enforcement Telecommunications System (OLETS) certification and maintain certification during duration of employment

•             Obtain U.S. Department of Justice Justice Criminal Information Services (DOJ JCIS) certification and maintain certification during duration of employment

•             Obtain Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) certification and maintain certification during duration of employment

•             Attended a two-week Basic Telecommunication Officer Training Program at the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center in Artesia, New Mexico 

 

 

Apply online at

https://recruiting2.ultipro.com/IOW1005IOTOK/JobBoard/87c40e73-c419-4426-9634-88aeb5867528/OpportunityDetail?opportunityId=0ae906ec-a7c1-4d5b-9021-2c746b046053

 

Applications will be accepted until the positions are filled.

For more information contact the Human Resources Department at (405) 547-2402

                                                                                        (8/19/2020)


 

Noble County Sheriff's Office

721 Cedar Street

Perry, OK 73077

 

Noble County Sheriff's Office is seeking applications for Detention Officer

 

Applicants must be a minimum of 21 years of age willing to work shift work and have a High School Diploma (or G.E.D certificate.) Duties will include working 14 days within a 28 day schedule.

 

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:

• Pass mandatory drug test.

• Submit to MMPI testing and successfully pass.

• Have no Felony convictions, or pending criminal cases.

• Ability to operate a motor vehicle and maintain a valid driver's license.

• Strong verbal and written communications skills.

• Ability to exercise and demonstrate professionalism, good judgment, integrity, dependability, and enthusiasm.

• Literate in computers and other office equipment.

• Ability to work effectively in a high stress environment determining the appropriate course of action quickly and decisively.

• Ability to organize and prioritize.

• Ability to handle belligerent and potentially violent individuals; willingness to physically restrain an individual when necessary.

• Able and willing to report for duty on short notice.

• Ability to cook for both small and large groups.

• Complete the Jail Inspections Division certification and First Aid.

• Complete a 5 month training probationary period at $12.00 an hour.

• Upon Completion of a 5 month probationary period Pay will rise to $2800.00 per month rising to $3100.00.

 

Applications may be picked up from the above address or from our website at,

www.noblecoso.com

 

Any Questions please contact our Office (580) 336-1001 or (580) 336-3517

Ask for Jail Administrator Lee Mallin

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Ringling Police Department is taking applications for Reserve Police Officers

 

•CLEET certification preferred.

•Must be 21 years of age.

•Must have no felonies, domestic violence charges, or crimes of moral turpitude.

•Must be willing to work all shifts if needed, to include weekends and holidays.

•Highly principled ethics and moral character.

•Sound judgment and ability to think quickly.

•Must pass thorough background check.

 

Must have valid drivers license

 

You can pick up an application at Ringling Town Hall or email pdchief_1@yahoo.com


                                                                                                    (8/12/2020)


 

 Ringling Police Department is taking applications for

Paid Part Time Reserve Police Officers

 

Qualifications Include:

• CLEET certification preferred.

• Must be 21 years of age.

• Must have no felonies, domestic violence charges, or crimes of moral turpitude.

• Must be willing to work all shifts if needed, to include weekends and holidays and on call.

• Highly principled ethics and moral character.

• Sound judgment and ability to think quickly.

• Must pass thorough background check.

• Must have valid drivers license

 

You can pick up an application at Ringling Town Hall or email pdchief_1@yahoo.com

 

                                                                                                        (8/31/2020)


 

 The Salina Police Department is accepting applications/resumés for a

FULL-TIME POLICE OFFICER

 

Requirements & Qualifications:

• Must be an American Citizen and possess a valid State issued Driver’s License

• Must be at least 21 years of age

• High school diploma or GED

• Full-time C.L.E.E.T. Certified preferred

• 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 thorough background check

• Must pass fingerprint clearance

• Must submit to the state mandated MMPI test

• Be available for call out in case of an emergency.

• Have excellent communication skills

• Must be able to work in a small community

 

Resumés and applications accepted until position is filled.       

 

Email resumés, applications or questions to:

SPD@townofsalina.com

 

Or pick-up and drop-off applications at the following location’s:

Salina Police Department

321 W Ferry

Salina, OK 74365

(918)434-5780

 

Salina City Hall

321 W Ferry

Salina, OK 74365

 

The City of Salina is an Equal Opportunity Employer

                                                                                                                                           (7/30/2020)


 

Seminole State College

TITLE: Campus Police Officer

 

REPORTS TO: Campus Chief of Police

CLASSIFICATION: Full-Time, Classified Staff

  

POSITION SUMMARY

The Campus Police Officer is responsible for the provision and coordination of college-wide security, safety programs, safety training, and various compliance reporting tasks. In general, the Campus Police provides a safe and secure environment for students, employees, and the general public. This includes the appropriate patrols of college property, the investigation and reporting on campus incidents, the collection and compilation of data relating to campus safety, writing and submission of reports in compliance with the Clery Act, VAWA, NIMS training, and Title IX. The Campus Police is expected to develop and maintain working relationships with other area law enforcement agencies and coordinate emergency and disaster response planning with those agencies. Campus Police reports to the Campus Chief of Police.

  

CAMPUS POLICE DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Represent Seminole State College in the most positive manner with prospective, current, and former students, clients, suppliers and the community we serve. Interact effectively with a diverse group of faculty, staff, students, and other customers of our services.  Learn and adhere to the policies and procedures of Seminole State College.
  • Upholds the Mission Statement: Seminole State College empowers people for academic success, personal development, and lifelong learning. 
  • Perform job duties utilizing SSC’s core values: Compassion, Opportunity, Respect, and Excellence.
  • Handle confidential information with tact and discretion.
  • Communicate with students, the general public, and employees while patrolling college properties in an effort to proactively preserve law and order and achieve positive public relations.
  • Respond to public safety emergencies, complaints, concerns or questions and administer proper procedures to ensure public safety.
  • Conduct crime investigations.
  • Enforce parking regulations, control and direct traffic.
  • Inspect and maintain the security of college buildings and facilities.
  • Provide public assistance needs such as: jump starting and unlocking vehicles; escorting individuals; and, communicating special announcements.
  • Prepare applicable crime and incident reports for an assigned shift.
  • Respond to and conduct traffic accident investigations.
  • Participate in community service activities.
  • Perform other duties of a similar nature or level as required.

  

OTHER DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Provide supervisor current contact information (email and cell and/or home telephone).
  • Regularly check and respond to all email and voicemail in a timely manner.

  

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES REQUIRED

  • Five years of work experience in public safety or law enforcement; valid driver license; excellent communication, organizational, multi-tasking, and writing skills; good attention to detail.
  • Must be CLEET certified and able to meet CLEET continuing education and physical ability standards.
  • High School diploma or GED required.
  • College campus experience preferred.  

 

Application review will begin immediately. Salary is commensurate with education and experience. Benefits provided by the college include Oklahoma Teachers’ Retirement, group health and dental insurance, and life insurance equivalent to two times annual salary. Employment is subject to successful completion of a background check. The filling of this position is contingent on the budget.

To apply, please send letter of application, resume, copies of all academic transcripts and three professional references to:
Seminole State College

ATTN: Human Resources

P.O. Box 351

Seminole, OK 74818

 

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

SSC participates in E-verify.

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Seminole Nation Lighthorse Police   Department - Seminole, OK

 

The Seminole Nation Lighthorse Police is accepting applications for the following positions:

•              1 Full-time Police Officer. Starting salary $19.81 hourly

•              1 Full-Time SORNA Director. Starting salary is $21.28 hourly

Work Schedule: (4) 10 hours shifts.

 

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

• High School Diploma/GED.

• Must be 21 years of age.

• CLEET certified preferred but not required

• Must be able to participate in the annual Physical Efficiency Battery.

• Valid Oklahoma driver's license with ability to meet Seminole Nation liability insurance requirements and maintain eligibility for insurance.

• Must be able to pass a federal background check.

• Must be able to comply with the Seminole Nation Drug Free Workplace policies.

• Work various shifts including nights, weekends and holiday.

• Attend routine and specialized training classes and seminars of law enforcement methods and techniques for a minimum of 40 hours annual in-service sessions.

 

BENEFITS INCLUDE:

• Insurance (dental, health, life and vision).

• Uniforms, equipment, firearms provided to Officers.

• Uniform allowance.

• Vacation leave.

• Sick leave.

• Holiday leave.

• Military leave.

• Take home car within 50 miles.

 

Resume Only

 

Interested applicants must complete a resume and submit it to the below listed email address or mailing address.

 

For more information contact:

Captain N. Worthley at Worthley.N@sno-nsn.gov or

Seminole Nation of Oklahoma Human Resource office at Hailey.A@sno-nsn.gov

 

Email: Worthley.N@sno-nsn.gov

Nathaniel Worthley, Captain

 

Seminole Nation of Oklahoma

36645 US-270

Wewoka, OK 74884

                                                                                                                                           (9/9/2020)


 

POTTAWATOMIE COUNTY PUBLIC SAFETY CENTER

 Essential Functions Job Description

 Shawnee, Oklahoma

 

Classification:     Detention Officer

Beginning Pay:  $12 up to $16 (depending on experience)

FLSA Status:        Non-exempt

Reports to:          Detention Lieutenant, or his/her designee

 

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

•             Controls and monitors physically, as well as visually and audibly, the movement and activities of inmates; including the protecting secured doors according to policy

•             Observes conduct behavior of inmates to prevent disturbances and escapes.

•             Inspects housing areas including locks, windows, doors, etc. for tampering and security

•             Searches individuals, inmates, pods, mail, objects capable of concealing contraband, and out door areas for contraband articles

•             Reads and comprehends legal and non-legal documents including the processing and distribution of documents to the proper division or person

•             Performs crisis intervention functions; includes suicide prevention, recognizing abnormal behavior and implementing appropriate action according to policy

•             Monitors and electronically operates all secured doors of assigned area, allowing only individuals who have properly identified their person in and out of area

•             Monitors and maintains radio transmission with officers on duty

•             Patrols physically and visually assigned area for evidence of forbidden activities, infraction of rules, and unsatisfactory behavior/attitude or adjustment of inmates; reports observation to supervisor

•             Employs necessary physical force to maintain discipline and order among inmates according to policy, if necessary, including use of handcuffs and other restraints, use of hands and other approved devices in self defense

•             Monitors pod activity on an hourly basis or more frequently if the inmate is a potential threat to themselves, others or staff

•             Answers calls received in assigned area according to policy; takes appropriate action required; transfers if necessary in the appropriate manner

•             Escorts inmates to and from bond room, interview room, medical area, booking, and courtroom as needed or required

•             Maintains and prepares necessary reports and records

•             Maintains, distributes and collects all documents, forms, and paperwork for assigned area according to policy.  This includes phone sheets, court items, grievances, etc.

•             Use of facility jail management software via computer to maintain digital records, logs and reports including the input of necessary data and information.  Documents all activities, including but not limited to incident reports, shift logs, sight checks, etc.

•             Serves meals daily in a timely manner, provides intake hygiene products, and provides for all other daily needs of inmates in assigned area

•             Controls and maintains all assigned keys

•             Intake of official visitors, i.e. pastors, entering into the secured areas.  Conducts search per policy of their person and items

•             Use of radios during site checks for proper log and recording

•             Monitors “Pod Officer” movements and notifies appropriate staff of emergency situations.  This includes emergency situations that could affect the safety of the inmates in our direct care as well as officers and personnel

•             Performs pat down searches prior of inmates as required by policy; performs additional searches as required by law

 

QUALIFICATIONS:

•             Must be 18 years old

•             High School diploma or GED

•             Possess and maintain a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License

•             Must pass a background check investigation

•             No felony convictions

•             Must be available for shift work, including weekends and holidays

•             Must have good moral character

 

MUST HAVE THE ABILITY TO:

•             Deal impartially with individuals of various socioeconomic, ethnic, and cultural backgrounds

•             Respond to emergencies calmly, quickly and decisively

•             Follow written and verbal instructions

•             Communicate effectively verbally and in writing

•             Establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, other agencies and the public, including knowledge of principles and practices of dealing with the public

•             Work in a locked, climate controlled, low-light environment, or bright, usually moderate noise level environment

•             Analyze situations, detect problems and discern facts;

•             Maintain a neutral attitude toward inmates regardless of the reason of their detention

•             Learn policy, procedures, functions, and limitations of this position

•             Learn, interpret and apply pertinent federal, state, and county laws, codes, regulations, policies and procedures

•             Exercise good judgement, flexibility, creativity and sensitivity in response to changing situations and needs

•             Deal in an effective, professional manner with the potential of hostility and verbal abuse, including the understanding of the possibility of physical aggression

•             Work a variety of shifts, including rotating shifts as needed or required

•             Ability to meet State of Oklahoma jail standards certification

 

BENEFITS INCLUDE:

•             Starting pay $12 up to $16 (depending on experience)

•             Longevity Pay MONTHLY

•             Holiday Pay

•             Health Insurance (agency pays up to $500)

•             Sick Leave & Annual Leave

•             OPERS retirement

 

APPLY:

•             In person at 14209 US Highway 177, Shawnee, OK

•             Online (print off application) at www.pcpsct.org and bring in person to our facility

•             MUST TURN IN, with application, a copy of; Driver’s License, Social Security Card, Birth Certificate

 

CONTACT:

     Alicia Warner / Human Resources 405-273-0043, ext 106

or by email aliwar9298@gmail.com

                                                                                                                                        (10/7/2020)


 

Oklahoma Baptist University
Police Department
Shawnee, Oklahoma

OBU is accepting applications for the position of Dispatch / Switchboard Operator.
The OBU PD is a CLEET recognized Police Department.

Purpose:
The Dispatch / Switchboard Operator is responsible for dispatching and keeping track of officers for the OBU PD, monitoring the Surveillance cameras on the OBU campuses, and operation of the switchboard for OBU. The Dispatch / Switchboard Operator will work 40 hours per week.

Essential functions:
• Ability to discipline self to be punctual in attendance.

• Answer emergency calls.
• Taking information for active and non-active incidents.
• Adequate typing ability.
• Good verbal communication.
• Good organizational skills and the ability to multitask.
• Real time data entry/filing.

Requirements:
• Must be at least 21 years of age & U.S. citizen.
• Must have a high school diploma or GED.
• Must have a valid driver's license.
• Must pass a background investigation and drug screen.
• No felony convictions.
• No domestic violence record.
• Able to work any schedule, to include nights, weekends and holidays.
• Good moral character.
• Must be an active member of a local evangelical church.

TO APPLY: Applicants must submit an OBU Staff application form found at: 

https://www.okbu.edu/hr/documents/applications/support-staff.pdf

Review will begin immediately and continue until position is filled. Scan completed application along with official “certification” documents and send to hr@okbu.edu. For more information, contact Chief David Shannon at 405-585-5249 or by email at david.shannon@okbu.edu  

 

                                                                                                                                 (10/19/2020)


 

SNYDER POLICE DEPARTMENT IS ACCEPTING

APPLICATION FOR 1 FULL TIME POLICE OFFICER

 

REQUIREMENTS:

• HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GED

• VALID DRIVER'S LICENSE

• CLEET CERTIFICATION IS PREFERED BUT NOT REQUIRED

• MUST BE ATLEAST 21 YEARS OLD

• MUST BE U.S. CITIZEN

• NO FELONY CONVICTIONS

• NO DOMESTIC VIOLENCE CONVICTIONS

• NO PROTECTIVE ORDER

• MUST BE ABLE TO WORK IN A SMALL TIME ENVIROMENT

• MUST BE ABLE TO WORK NIGHT SHIFT,HOLIDAYS

• MUST BE ABLE TO PASS MMPI EXAM AND DRUG TEST

 

APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACEPTEDUNTIL POSITION IS FILLED.

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION, CONTACT CHIEF WILLIE SHAW AT 580-569-4115

OR CITY CLERK PENNY RAY AT 580-569-2021

 

THE CITY OF SNYDER IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY

                                                                                                                                 (8/16/2020)


 

The City of Spencer is looking for qualified reserve officers to become

a part of the Spencer Police Department

 

Our department is seeking men and women who welcome a challenge to become a reserve police officers, and share our philosophy of community service. We offer excellent training.

 

• No felony or domestic violence convictions

• Valid driver’s license with clean driving record

• Must pass oral interview, extensive background investigation

• Must pass Police Pension board physical and pre-employment drug screening. Including Psychological exam (MMPI)

 

Must possess a high school diploma or GED equivalent.

 

This is a reserve Peace Officer position. The successful candidate MUST:

• Possess and maintain valid CLEET Basic Peace Officer or reserve certification or above

• Be proficient in “use of force” knowledge, the carry of firearms, and annual qualifications.

• Meet and maintain all CLEET continuing education requirements, including Mental Health

• Consistently demonstrate sound judgment during daily duties and emergency response.

 

APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED UNTIL FILLED.

                                                                                                                                        (9/21/2020)


 

 The Payne County Sheriff’s office is accepting

 applications for the positions of a Full-time Field Deputy,

a Full-time Courthouse Deputy, and a Full-Time Transport Deputy

 

 

Qualifications:

•             Be a citizen of the United States

•             Be at least 21 years of age

•             Have a high school diploma or G.E.D.

•             Possess a  valid Oklahoma driver’s license

•             Must be able to achieve a passing score on the POSSE exam

•             Must pass a background investigation, MMPI evaluation, Drug Screening, and Polygraph

•             Must pass physical agility test

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

•             No domestic violence convictions

•             No convictions for crimes of moral turpitude

•             No Felony convictions

 

Available benefits include health, dental and vision insurance. Take-home patrol vehicle program (for Field Deputy), longevity pay and Oklahoma Public Employee Retirement System. Starting salary is competitive and based upon experience.

 

Instruction for applying, with forms required are available online by

following the link below:

 

 http://sheriff.paynecounty.org/employment/598/

 

 Or by visiting our office Monday through Friday

from 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. located at:

Payne County Sheriff’s Office

606 South Husband, Room 106

Stillwater, OK 74074

 

All forms are to by fully completed, signed and returned to the sheriff’s office before an application will be considered. The forms must be delivered in person or by mail to 606 South Husband Rm. 106, Stillwater OK 74074.

 

Candidates whose qualification best meet the needs of the County will be considered. Payne County is an equal opportunity employer.

 

 For more information contact Lt. Paul Fox @ Pfox@sheriff.paynecountyok.gov

                                                                                                                         

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STRINGTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT

P.O. BOX 98

STRINGTOWN, OKLAHOMA 74569

(580) 346-7200

 

  THE CITY OF STRINGTOWN, OKLAHOMA IS NOW ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR A FULL TIME POLICE OFFICER.

 

THE CITY OF STRINGTOWN RECEIVED A GRANT FROM THE U.S. DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE, COPS HIRING PROGRAM, WHICH IS A 4 YEAR GRANT.

             

APPLICANTS MUST BE BETWEEN THE AGES OF 21 AND 45 YEARS OF AGE. WE ARE A MEMBER OF THE OKLAHOMA POLICE PENSION AND RETIREMENT SYSTEM, WHICH IS A 20 YEAR RETIREMENT PLAN.

           

APPLICANTS MUST COMPLETE A PHYSICAL AND BE APPROVED BY THE OPPRS BOARD BEFORE BEING HIRED.

 

NEW HIRES WILL BE REQUIRED TO COMPLETE A 1 YEAR PROBATIONARY PERIOD.

 

C.L.E.E.T. CERTIFICATION IS PREFERRED BUT ABSOLUTLEY NOT REQUIRED.

 

THE POSITION TO BE FILLED WILL BE A NIGHT SHIFT, HOURS MAY VARY!! HOWEVER APPLICANT MAY BE ASKED TO FILL IN FOR OTHER OFFICERS.

 

STRINGTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT OFFERS MANY INCENTIVES SUCH AS;

• DEPARTMENT PAYS FOR ALL GEAR AND UNIFORMS

• COMPETITIVE PAY

• OPERS 20 YEAR RETIREMENT

• DEPARTMENT PAID MEDICAL, VISION, AND DENTAL (FOR EMPLOYEE ONLY!)

• PAID SICK LEAVE (ACCRUED TIME ONLY)

• PAID HOLIDAYS (PAID QUARTERLY)

• ACCRUED VACATION TIME (2 WEEKS PAID VACATION AFTER 1 YEAR EMPLOYMENT)

• ACCRUED COMP TIME

• TAKE HOME CAR (AFTER INITIAL PROBABTION AND APPROVAL BY CHIEF AND CITY COUNCIL)

 

 

    APPLICANTS MUST APPLY IN PERSON AT THE STRINGTOWN POLICE DEPARTMENT,  LOCATED AT 105 PECAN AVENUE STRINGTOWN, OKLAHOMA 74569

FOR QUESTIONS, CALL 580-346-7200 AND SPEAK WITH ONE OF THE OFFICERS.

 

                                                                                                                                        (8/11/2020)


 

The Stroud Police Department is currently accepting applications for the

position of full-time Police Officer

 

Minimum Qualifications:

•             Citizen of the United States and possess a valid driver’s license.

•             Possess a High School Diploma or GED equivalent.

•             At least 21 years of age.

•             CLEET Certification is preferred, but not required.

•             Pass written test and MMPI test.

•             Pass pre-employment drug screen and medical examination.

•             Pass thorough background investigation and oral interview.

•             No felonies, domestic violence charges, or crimes of moral turpitude.

•             Must be willing to work various shifts and are subject to call-out at any time, including weekends and holidays.

 

Benefits include:

•             Competitive Salary

•             All items needed for service provided by agency.

•             $800 uniform allowance after 12 months of service

•             Training ammunition for duty weapon provided monthly.

•             Oklahoma Municipal Retirement Fund pension and thrift plan.

•             Paid vacation after six (6) months of employment.

•             100% paid medical, dental, and vision insurance for employee.

  

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

 

Pick up an application at Stroud Police Department

(220 W. 2nd Street Stroud, OK)

or request an application by sending a request in writing to:

 

Stroud Police Department

Attn:     Chief Clint Gaylord

  P.O. Box 500

  Stroud, OK 74079. E.O.E.

                                                                                                                                       (7/30/2020)

                       


 

Thomas Police Department is accepting applications for

Chief of Police/Deputy Chief of Police

 

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

• Applicants are subject to physical and MMPI testing

• Applicants must pass a background investigation and oral interview with the supervisor and city counsel board.

• Applicants cannot have felonies, pending criminal charges and must not have had a DUI, DWI or reckless Driving violation within the last five years

• Applicants must be able to relocate and reside within 5 miles of Thomas.

• Applicants must be able to work all shifts (to include weekends and holidays) as needed and/or required

 

Minimum Benefits include:

• $32,000.00 base starting annual salary (CLEET Certified. Possible increase dependent on position and experience.

• Uniforms, take home vehicle and firearms are provided.

• Paid vacation

• Paid holidays

• Paid medical insurance after 60 days

• Paid life insurance and retirement after 20 years service.

  

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

 Applications may be obtained from City Hall

 at 122 W Broadway, Thomas OK 73669. Or call

 (508) 661-3687 for any questions.

                                                                                                                                                       (9/8/2020)



Tulsa Community College Police

 

Job Summary:    Help ensure a safe environment for all of our students, faculty, staff, and
                      visitors as a Campus Police Officer.

 

Perform general duty police work for the benefit of Tulsa Community College students, faculty, staff, visitors and property. Responsible for enforcement of pertinent college regulations and federal and state laws, which may occasionally involve considerable physical danger and always requires knowledge of practices and procedures of modern police work.

 

Job Code Number:           POLICE-01-20
Minimum Qualifications:               Must be at least 21 years of age.

 

An Oklahoma Council Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET) Peace Officer certification, or be a graduate of the Collegiate Officer Program (COP).

 

A current CLEET Reserve Peace Officer certification.

 

Three-(3) years of law enforcement experience, performing calls for service or street duty (patrol experience) while employed by a CLEET certified agency.

 

Must be able to travel and work on various campuses and other locations.

 

Must possess a valid Oklahoma Driver’s License which has not been suspended or revoked in the past five years and no more than 3 or more hazardous moving violations in the past three years.

 

Must not currently be under an Internal Affairs Investigation from any duly recognized law enforcement agency for any reason.

 

Must not have been convicted of domestic abuse.

 

Must successfully complete a physical assessment test, written examination, and appear before an oral interview board.

 

Submit to and successfully pass a rigorous background investigation.

 

If reserve certified, must be able to pass and complete the bridge academy.

 

Ability to perform all aspects of Community Policing.

 

Position Type:   Full-time

 

Starting Salary Range:    $16.30 - $18.54

 

 

Apply at:  https://careers.tulsacc.edu/postings/30379

 

Email for Questions: Denesa.klockenkemper@tulsacc.edu

                                                                                                                                         (9/11/2020)


 

Tulsa, Oklahoma

 

The Tulsa Police Department is currently testing for the May 2021 academy. We are looking to hire 30 officers. All candidates must have completed a bachelor's degree from a recognized institution prior to the academy start date.

 

Please contact Recruitment Officer Randall Armstrong for more information: rarmstrong@cityoftulsa.org

 

                                                                                                                                              (9/17/2020)


 

Tulsa Airports Improvement Trust

Job Description

Job Title:

Airport Police Officer

Job Posting Opening Date:

 

Job Posting Closing Date:

 

Department

Operations

Location

Tulsa

Reports To:

Airport Police Captain

Full-Time /
Part-Time

Full-Time

Exempt /
Non-Exempt

Non-Exempt

Pay Grade:

O-13

Salary Range:

$20.70 - $21.69 per hour

Approved By:

Human Resources

Date:

March 29, 2019

 

JOB SUMMARY

Responsible for patrol and enforcement of laws, regulations and policies at the Tulsa International Airport and reliever airports.  Performs operations, security and safety functions to ensure compliance with Federal regulations.

PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Patrols assigned areas and performs curb management
  • Directs traffic in congested and emergency areas
  • Issues traffic and other citations or warnings
  • Searches for and preserves evidence
  • Makes verbal and written reports and records and maintains data on appropriate forms, logs, and/or computer files
  • Answers citizens questions and provides assistance
  • Conducts terminal building fire safety inspections to ensure compliance with regulations
  • Coordinates direct military charters, including civilian charters
  • Responds to all aircraft emergency situations
  • Drives vehicles
  • Attends meetings and/or seminars to stay current in job practices
  • May perform other tasks as required to keep the Airport in compliance with FAR 139 and FAR 107

QUALIFICATIONS

Education & Experience:  Graduation from an accredited college or university with an associate’s degree or 60 college credit hours in law enforcement, criminal justice, or a related field.  Minimum of 3 years of experience as a paid, full-time, sworn law enforcement officer.  Candidates may be considered who have an equivalent combination of education/training and law enforcement work experience.  Must be at least 21 years of age.  No one may apply who has been convicted of a felony or a crime of moral turpitude.

Knowledge, Abilities and Skills:  Knowledge of the appropriate regulations and safety procedures for the airport.  Knowledge of office practices, procedures, and equipment.  Ability to read, understand, and interpret ordinances, laws, and other operating procedures.  Ability to become proficient with required computer software.  Ability to testify in court.  Ability to communicate both verbally and in writing.  Ability to remain calm in emergency situations.  Ability to communicate in noisy, hazardous, or stressful situations with or without use of equipment.  Ability to make split second decisions.  Ability to operate equipment.  Ability to drive a vehicle safely.  Ability to locate places utilizing a map or directions from others.  Ability to coordinate emergency situations and to respond appropriately.  Ability to courteously and tactfully communicate with fellow workers, supervisors, other members of the organization, and the public in giving and receiving information.

Physical Requirements:  Physical requirements include arm and hand steadiness and finger dexterity enough to use a keyboard and telephone.  Occasional lifting up to 50 pounds.  Occasional carrying up to 20 pounds.  Occasional pushing and pulling up to 50 pounds.  May be subject to walking, standing, balancing, kneeling, bending, handling, feeling, climbing, smelling and twisting.  Physical strength and stamina to chase and subdue fleeing persons and arrest suspects and to rescue victims.  Sufficient hand-eye coordination and position mobility in the ankles, knees, hips, and back for required proficiency standards and positions with both the “gun” and “non-gun” hand.  Vision, speech and hearing sufficient to perform the essential tasks.

Licenses and Certifications:  At a minimum, must possess Basic Law Enforcement Certification by the Oklahoma Counsel of Law Enforcement Education and Training (CLEET).  Possession of a valid Oklahoma Class D Operator’s License.  Ability to obtain and maintain eligibility to hold a Security Identification Display Area (SIDA) badge.

Working Environment:  Working environment is primarily indoors and occasionally outdoors in inclement weather. May be exposed to hazardous materials.  Must be able to work rotating shifts, extended hours, overtime, and emergency call back.

Firearms and Ammunition:  The ability to lawfully possess both firearms and ammunition.  Under federal law, it is unlawful for any person who is an unlawful user of any controlled substance as defined by the Controlled Substance Act to possess firearms or ammunition.  Marijuana is a controlled substance under federal law, even if used for medical purposes.  Individuals who use marijuana, including for medical purposes, cannot lawfully possess firearms and ammunition.

 

https://www.tulsaairports.com/careers/

Note:

This classification is a “safety sensitive” position as defined by the United States Department of Transportation drug and alcohol testing regulations, the Oklahoma Standards for Workplace Drug and Alcohol Testing and Oklahoma Medical Marijuana Laws.  As a “safety sensitive” classification, you will be subject to drug and alcohol testing, including random testing.  Marijuana is one of the substances included in the drug panel screening.  Possession of a medical marijuana license will not excuse you from the testing process, or the consequences of testing positive for marijuana.

This job description lists only the primary job duties normally assigned to this position, but does not restrict the performance of other duties as assigned.

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

                                                                                                                            (10/1/2020)


 

Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office
is accepting applications for the non-exempt position of
DETENTION OFFICER

 

Starting Salary-$ 2453 per month ($14.15 per hour)

No experience required-training provided!

Definition:      Responsible for the custody and control of inmates in the David L. Moss Criminal Justice Center, maintaining their security during their time of incarceration and assuming responsibility for all their needs during detention while utilizing the principles of Direct Supervision.

 

Incentive Pay

Paid Vacation and Holidays

Education Incentive Pay

 

Benefits Include

Three weeks of annual vacation

Health, Dental, and Life Insurance

Tuition Reimbursement

Paid Retirement Plan

Deferred Compensation

FSA (Flexible Spending Account)

Post- employment Health Plan

Wellness Incentive Pay

 

Candidates must successfully pass a background investigation, drug testing, & an interview.

 

Basic Requirements

At least 18 years of age

Authorized to work in the U.S.A.

Have a high school diploma or a G.E.D.

A valid Oklahoma driver’s license

Good vision-distance vision correctable to 20/20 in each eye

 

Applications from persons who have felony convictions, pending criminal charges, or are on probation will not be considered. Detention Officer is a safety sensitive position.

Apply in person- Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00p.m.

at the Faulkner Building.

(Public Service Unit closed from 11-12:30 pm)

Or apply on line at tcso.org & https://hr.tulsacounty.org/tcsohr/

TCSO is an equal opportunity employer and a drug free workplace!

 

                                                                                                                               (10/22/2020)


 

Tulsa County Sheriff's Office

is accepting applications for the position of

Telecommunicator / full and part time

Under direct supervision during training period and under limited supervision thereafter, 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/file units to monitor response, progress and any needed support. This position works in the Communications Center which is responsible for answering 9-1-1 calls in a 24/7 operation. Performs other duties as required.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Answers, evaluates, and prioritizes incoming telephone calls, communicating effectively with various callers to obtain complete information to determine urgency and need for dispatching police, fire, towing and or medical response using a computer-aided dispatch (CAD) system, telephones, multi-channel radio,
  • TDD for hearing/speech impaired, computer databases and maps.
    Simultaneously maintains close contact with field units, communicating with department employees, other law enforcement and criminal justice agencies, emergency service providers and the general public to obtain and disseminate information.
  • Inputs, updates, requests, transmits and querying information from a variety of sources to maintain current accurate records or to access databases for information, wants and warrant checks, intelligence and/or driver license and vehicle registration checks by typing on a computer keyboard.
  • Operates an 800 MHz radio system with speed and accuracy.
  • Must report to work on a regular and timely basis.

REQUIRED SKILLS, KNOWLEDGE AND ABILITES:

  • High School diploma or GED.
  • Ability to think and act quickly in emergency situations; ability to quickly and accurately obtain information and speak clearly over the telephone and radio; ability to work under stressful conditions; ability to work shifts, overtime, and emergency recall; ability to perform varied tasks simultaneously; ability to focus on task in noisy, distracting environment; ability to work in close contact with people in a secured environment; ability to learn geography, and ability to courteously and tactfully communicate with fellow workers, supervisors, and the public in giving and receiving information.
  • APCO certification preferred but required within 6 months of employment. There will be a computerized test administered which will test on a variety of exercises consisting of (but not limited to) data entry, call summarization, memory, recall listening and reading comprehension.

Salary and Benefits
Full Time/ $2742.00 month
Part Time $16.00 Hr.

Tulsa County Employee Benefits

The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer
Applications from individuals with Felony Convictions will not be considered.

* Telecommunicator is a safety sensitive position.

How to Apply
Apply in person – Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m.
at the Faulkner Building.

Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office
Dave Faulkner Building
Human Resources
303 W. 1st Street
Tulsa, Oklahoma 74103

Apply Online- TCSO.org> Resources> Employment  

                                                                                                                                             (10/22/2020)


 

 Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office
is accepting applications for the non-exempt position of Deputy

Starting Salary-$3390 per month ($19.56 per hour)

 

Incentive Pay

Education Incentive Pay

 

Benefits Include

Paid Vacation and Holidays

Three weeks of annual vacation

Health, Dental, and Life Insurance

Tuition Reimbursement

Paid Retirement Plan

Deferred Compensation

FSA (Flexible Spending Account)

Post- employment Health Plan

Wellness Incentive Pay

 

Candidates must successfully pass a background investigation, written test, physical agility test, drug testing, medical physical, MMPI, & interviews.

 

Basic Requirements

At least 21 years of age

Authorized to work in the U.S.A.

Have a high school diploma or a G.E.D.

60 college credits from an accredited college

(Or Qualify for the Veteran, Law Enforcement, or Educational Waiver)

CLEET Peace Officer Certification/ COPS Certification

or certification from another state that is equivalent to CLEET

A valid Oklahoma driver’s license

Good vision-distance vision correctable to 20/20 in each eye

 

Applications from persons who have felony convictions, pending criminal charges, or are on probation will not be considered.

Apply in person- Monday through Friday, between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00p.m. at the Faulkner Building.  (Public Service Unit closed from 11-12:30 pm)

or apply on line at https://tcso.org  & https://hr.tulsacounty.org/tcsohr/

TCSO is an equal opportunity employer and a drug free workplace!

*Deputy Sheriff is considered a safety sensitive position.

                                                                                                                                          (10/22/2020)


 

Tupelo police department accepting applications for following positions:

 Part time police officer

 Reserve police officer (several)

 

 

REQUIREMENTS:

• AT LEAST 21 YEARS OLD

• U.S. CITIZEN

• VALID OKLAHOMA DRIVERS LICENSE

• NO FELONY CONVICTIONS & MUST PASS BACKGROUND CHECK

• ABLE TO PASS MMPI,MENTAL HEALTH EVALUATION

• CERTIFICATION NOT REQUIRED BUT MUST BE ABLE TO OBTAIN A CLEET CERTIFICATION

• PREFERENCE FOR MILITARY VETERANS

 

 

FOR MORE INFORMATION  CONTACT POLICE CHIEF BRIAN FARLEY 580-845-2412

 TUPELOPOLICEDEPT@GMAIL.COM

104 4TH ST TUPELO OK 74572

                                                                                                                                     (10/9/2020)


 

Town of Vian is accepting applications for the position of Full-Time Police Officer

 

CLEET certification is preferred

Salary: Bi-Weekly and based on certification level

Vacation and Sick days after one (1) year

 

Requirements:

• 21 years old

• U.S. Citizen

• Valid D.L.

• Clean Driving Record

• High School Diploma or GED

• No Felony Conviction

• No misdemeanor conviction related to moral or ethical turpitude (domestic assault, narcotics, or violent)

• Able to take and pass MMPI, mental health evaluation

• Able to pass background check

 

 

Applications can be picked at the Vian Police Department

located at 110 S. Blackstone in Vian.

For more information email Daniel New at vianpd302@gmail.com or call 918-773-5724

                                                                                                                                          (9/8/2020)


 

The Warner Police Department is now Accepting Applications for

full-time Police Officer

 

CLEET Certification is preferred but not required to apply.

 

•             Oklahoma Police Pension and Retirement

•             Medical and dental coverage

•             Uniforms and equipment provided

•             Paid training

•             Take home car if within 20 miles

 

 

Applications can be obtained at the Warner Police Department

and Warner Town Hall during regular business hours.

210 E HWY 64

Warner, OK, 74469 

918-463-3911

                                                                                                                                    (9/22/2020)


 

 The Waukomis Police Department is accepting applications for a

full-time patrolman

 

The Town of Waukomis is an equal opportunity employer and does not tolerate discrimination, or harassment of any kind.

 

Requirements and Qualifications:

•             High School diploma, or GED

•             Valid state issued driver’s license

•             CLEET certified preferred, but not a MUST

•             If you are not CLEET certified, you must be willing to attend a Basic Police Academy, which is quite lengthy and strenuous

•             Must be 21 years old at the date of hire

•             Must be a United States citizen

•             No felony convictions, domestic violence convictions, or prior protective order

•             No DUI convictions in the last 3 years

•             If you have prior military service, a DD 214 must be provided, an Honorable discharge is a MUST

•             MUST pass a MMPI exam, (psychological evaluation), and a drug test

•             Pay will be based on experience and certification, starting at $46,000 a year.

•             Take home vehicle program, full family insurance, retirement, overtime, firearms provided.

 

           Applications will be accepted until December 1, 2020

 

For more information, please contact

Police Chief Logan Niles at 580-758-3242 or Lniles@Waukomisok.org

                         

                                                                                                                             (Remove 12/2/2020)


 

 The Town of Wellston is accepting applications for a full time Police Officer

 

 •CLEET certification, COPs graduate or equivalent is preferred.

•Must be 21 years of age.

•Must have no felonies, domestic violence charges, or crimes of moral turpitude.•Must be willing to work all shifts if needed, to include weekends and holidays.•Highly principled ethics and moral character.

•Sound judgment and ability to think quickly.

•Must be willing to relocate to the area if hired.

•Must pass a thorough background check.

•Must pass fingerprint clearance.

 

   Applications can be picked up at Wellston Town Hall or downloaded at www.townofwellstonok.com 

 

Application must be filled out in full, be legible. 

 

    Wellston Police Department

  211 Cedar ST

Wellston, OK 74881 

 

Applications can also be emailed to Chief Alfred Hancock at policechief@townofwellstonok.com

 

Questions about posting can be answered by calling 405-356-2476 Monday thru Friday from 8-4pm or emailed to the above e-mail address. 

 

The Town of Wellston is an Equal Opportunity Provider and employer.

                                                                                                                                             (8/14/2020)


 

Wetumka PD is hiring immediately for CLEET certified officers

 

Can be full-time or reserve certified.

 

Apply in person at Wetumka PD 202 Main St. Wetumka, OK 74883

 405-452-3273

 

Contact Chief Joe Cooper or Assistant Chief Fred Washbon for details.

                                                                                                                                                (8/3/2020)


 

Seminole County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications

 for the position of FULL TIME DEPUTY

 

This position is 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 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 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

•             C.L.E.E.T certified preferred

 

Benefits include:

•             Starting salary is $2,600 a month

•             O.P.E.R.S. Benefits package includes medical, dental and vision insurance

•             Uniforms and Duty Gear and Firearms provided

•             Take home vehicle within the boundaries of Seminole County

 

 

Applications may be obtained at the

Seminole County Sheriff’s Office

211 East Second Street

Wewoka, OK 74884

 

on our website www.seminolecosheriff.com

or by contacting Undersheriff Matt Haley

Telephone: 405-257-5445

 

The Seminole County Sheriff’s Office Is An Equal Opportunity Employer

 

                                                                                                                                (10/9/2020)


 

The City of Woodward is accepting applications for the

position of Full-Time Police Officer

 

Salary is based on experience and certification.

 

• Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent

• Must pass a background screening and alcohol/drug screening

• Must be 21 years of age and a citizen of the United States

• Must posses a valid Oklahoma Drivers License and driving record acceptable to the City's insurance carrier

• Must be able to pass CLEET certification, if not already certified (preferred)

 

Benefits include:

• Oklahoma Police Pension & Retirement System

• College incentive pay

• Health, dental, vision, and life insurance

• Holiday pay

• Shift differential pay

• Longevity pay

• Boot allowance

• Furnished weapons/uniforms

• Vacation and sick leave

• Additional pay for those speaking fluently in another language

• Additional perks per the FOP CBA

 

 

Visit https://www.cityofwoodward-ok.gov for online application

 

City of Woodward

722 Main Street

Woodward, OK 73801

 

For more information,

email Mickie Parks,HR Director, at mparks@cityofwoodward-ok.gov

or call 580-254-8590.

                                                                                             (9/30/2020)