JOBS AND CAREERS

The Missouri Sheriffs’ Association posts law enforcement employment opportunities on its website based on information provided by the employer. Due to the volume of job postings received, the MSA is unable to guarantee that all jobs are still available. MSA also makes no guarantee about the positions listed and is not responsible for safety, wages, working conditions, or other aspects of employment. It is the responsibility of each individual job seeker to research the positions to which he or she is applying and to verify the information provided in the job posting. MSA employment posts are provided free of charge to law enforcement agencies. The MSA is not affiliated with any of the law enforcement agencies using this service.

Law Enforcement Career Opportunities:

MAY 2022

The Audrain County Sheriff’s Office is currently seeking qualified applicants for Sheriff’s Deputies for our Patrol Division.
 
Benefits include, but are not limited to:
-Paid Health Insurance for employee. Family benefits available at employee expense.
-LAGERS Retirement
-CERF Retirement
– Low cost Dental and Vision Insurance
-12 Hr shifts (every other Fri, Sat, Sun off)
-Take home patrol vehicle
– All equipment and uniforms provided (except duty and off duty handguns)
-Pay scale minimum is $41,000 per year.
 
Requirements include but are not limited to:
-Class A or B Missouri POST License at the time of conditional offer, or be able to transfer out of state License within 30 days of offer, or be enrolled in a Missouri academy with a graduation date within 30 days of conditional offer.
-Upon a conditional offer, the applicant must be willing and able to meet the Sheriff’s current residency requirement (live in county or 10 aerial miles from the county line) within 6 months of employment, as call outs are possible.
-Successfully complete field training (8-12 weeks, depending on experience) with a satisfactory rating by FTOs and supervisors for retention.
The application, job requirements and general job description can be found at www.audrainsheriff.com/employment
 
The application must be completed per instructions to be considered. Original, completed applications must be received by Captain Steve Kennemore.
 
Captain Kennemore can be contacted at 573-473-5801 ext 1544
 
Audrain County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Two Full-Time School Resource Officers to be positioned at one of the four schools within DeKalb County.
 
Minimum Requirements are as follows:
 
* Minimum age of 21
* High school graduate or equivalent
* P.O.S.T Certified
* Valid driver’s license
* No serious misdemeanor or felony convictions
* Good moral character
 
OTJ Training will be provided by the DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office.
 
For further information, please contact DeKalb County Sheriff’s Office at (816) 449-5802

The Osage County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Sheriff’s Deputies.

The Sheriff’s Office offers competitive pay and opportunities of advancement through promotion.

Salaries start at $40,000 per year.

Apply online at www.osagesheriff.org or call 573-897-3927 to inquire.

Qualifications:

  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Must be 21 years of age or older.
  • Must possess a valid Missouri operator’s license at time of appointment.
  • Must possess a valid class A or B Missouri Peace Officer License or current enrollment in a police academy.
  • Must pass a pre-employment drug screen prior to appointment.
  • Applicants must be able to meet the physical demands of law enforcement activities which include, but not limited to, the ability to make forcible arrests and operate law enforcement equipment.·
  • Applicant must meet minimum qualifications set forth by the FBI and MSHP CJIS Security policy.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

*Osage County and its Sheriff’s Office have adopted a strong policy in regards to hiring, conditions of employments, and promotions not to discriminate in any way in regard to gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, religious beliefs, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, marital or parental status, military or veteran status, political affiliation or age.

Osage County is an Affirmative Action Employer.

DEPUTY SHERIFF STARTING SALARY: $19.25 / HOUR

–               12 HOUR SHIFTS

–               3 DAY WEEKEND EVERY PAY PERIOD

–               CERF AND LAGERS RETIREMENT PLANS

–               PAID TIME OFF

–               TAKE HOME PATROL VEH PROGRAM

–               EYE/DENTAL/HEALTH/LIFE INSURANCE

–               K9, DETECTIVE, TRAFFIC UNIT AND PROMOTION OPPORTUNITIES

REQUIREMENTS

–               US CITIZEN

–               AT LEAST 21 YEARS OF AGE

–               HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR EQUIVALENT

–               VALID DRIVERS LICENSE

–               DD214/HONORABLE/HONORABLE CONDITIONS

–               NO FELONY CONVICTIONS

–               NO MISDEMEANOR CONVICTIONS WITHIN THE LAST 5 YEARS

–               NO SERIOUS TRAFFIC VIOLATIONS WITHIN THE LAST 3 YEARS

ABOUT US

–               APPROXIMATELY 43,000 RESIDENTS

–               6 PATROL SQUADS OF FOUR DEPUTIES

–               5 DETECTIVES

–               K9 AND TRAFFIC UNITS

–               OPPORTUNITIES IN COURT SECURITY

–               OPPORTUNITIES IN CORRECTIONS

–               COMMUNICATION OFFICERS

–               SUPPORTIVE COMMUNITY

–               STATE OF THE ART EQUIPMENT

–               NO RESIDENCY REQUIREMENT

–               DESIRABLE LAKE OF THE OZARKS

–               ADVANCEMENT OPPORTUNITIES

 

Contact Captain Vinson at 573-346-2243 x 294, or Lieutenant VanDonsel at x 243 for information concerning employment opportunities. 

ALL APPLICANTS MUST APPLY IN PERSON OR BY US MAIL

 

Position

Starting Salary

Deputy Sheriff (Patrol)

$19.25 hourly

Deputy Sheriff (Corrections)

$19.25 hourly

Corrections Officer 

$15.50 hourly

Corrections Clerk

$15.50 hourly 

Communications Officer

$15.50 hourly

Clerical      

$15.50 hourly 

 

Applicants for non-sworn positions must be at least 18 years of age and possess a high school diploma or equivalent.  A background investigation will be conducted.  Drug testing is a requirement for employment.  

Employment benefits include, but are not limited to, health and life insurance for employee, retirement benefits, holiday and sick days. Shift work is required.  A pre-employment application must be signed and dated to be considered for employment.

Patrol Deputy and Corrections Deputy (Sworn):

Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and possess a high school diploma or equivalent.  All applicants must complete a written test and oral interview.  Applicants must also have, or be able to obtain, a Missouri P.O.S.T. certification by appointment date.  A background investigation will be conducted including, but not limited to, polygraph or CVSA testing.  Drug testing is a requirement for employment.  Employment benefits include, but are not limited to, health and life insurance for employee, retirement benefits, holiday and sick days.  Shift work is required for sworn patrol and corrections positions.  A Pre-employment application must be on file with the Sheriff’s Office.  Please download  the employment application and fill it out completely.  Make sure that the Authorization page is completed and signed.  Incomplete documents will not be considered for further processing.

 

The Vienna, MO Police Department has an opening for a full time police officer position. Applicants are required to meet the following criteria to be eligible for consideration for the position of Police Officer for the City of Vienna, Mo.

 

  1. Must be at least 21 years of age.
  2. Must possess a High School Diploma or Equivalent and a current, valid Missouri P.O.S.T law enforcement certification.
  3. Must agree to and pass a background check.
  4. Must possess a valid Missouri Driver’s License (or equivalent if military) with an acceptable driving record.
  5. Male applicants must not have visible piercings. Female applicants allowed visible piercing in the ears only (subject to uniform policy upon hire).
  6. Tattoos and facial hair allowed following policy guidelines. No tattoos are allowed above the collar.
  7. Must be able to work evenings, weekends and holidays as directed by the Chief of Police.
  8. Successful applicants will be subject to a 6 month probationary performance evaluation period.
  9. Prior and Retiring Military Service Members are encouraged to apply.

 

Starting Annual Salary is $33,500 (actually $35,175 with Paid Holidays), LAGERS retirement and City Paid Employee Health Insurance, Vacation and Holidays. Successful applicant will be required to be “on call” at times and assigned a take home car which requires them to reside within 5 miles of the city limits of Vienna, MO within 60 days of hire.

 

Current shift assignments are six (6) work days one (1) week of the pay period and one (1) work day the next week of that pay period.

 

Applications will be received until this position is successfully filled. Applications may be picked up from Vienna City Hall, located at 424 8th Street between 8:00 AM and 4:00 PM Monday through Friday, requested by telephone at (573) 422-3549 or on line by e-mailing sthompson@viennamissouri.org. Resumes may be returned with completed applications.

 

The City of Vienna is an equal opportunity employer.

The Miller County Adult Detention Center is hiring for the position of Correctional Officer or Jail Deputy.
 
  • No experience is necessary.
  • Must be able to pass a background check.
  • Must be able to pass a drug test.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license.
SALARY AND BENEFITS
The current starting salary is $14.00 an hour.
All work meals are available free of charge.
Medical insurance and 2 retirements, CERF and LAGERS.
Applicants with P.O.S.T. license will have a higher salary.
 
Those with questions about the  application process should contact Captain Hannon at (573) 369-2341 ext. 720 or by email at deputyhannon@millercountysheriff.com
THE CITY OF CHILLICOTHE, MISSOURI is currently recruiting for the position of Police Dispatcher.
 
Applicants must be at least 20 years of age, be a high school graduate or equivalent, have a valid Missouri Operators License, reside within a 20 minute drive time from Chillicothe, Missouri, and have no felony convictions and no serious misdemeanors or domestic violence convictions.
 
Successful applications must pass an oral interview process, and be able to successfully complete 911/mules training within your first six months on the job.
 
Starting pay is $15.00 per hour. The City of Chillicothe offers an excellent benefit package: 12 paid holidays; 100% paid employee health insurance; flex spending plan; 100% paid retirement; YMCA and Chilli Bay membership; paid vacation and sick leave.
 
Applications and job descriptions are available at the City Clerk’s office at 715 Washington Street, Chillicothe, Missouri 64601. Applications will be accepted until sufficient numbers are acquired for a pool of candidates. The City of Chillicothe is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
 
This position to require shift work, days, nights, holidays, and weekends. This position normally rotates every two months between days and nights. Normally every other weekend off.

The Christian County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for a full-time CCW (Concealed Carry Weapon) Clerk.

This position provides administrative support of CCW duties of the Sheriff’s Office.

The CCW Clerk is responsible for a variety of tasks including but not limited to:

  • Answering phones,
  • Daily contact via in person contact,
  • Gathering information,
  • Taking finger print requests,
  • Running background checks,
  • Processing payments,
  • Receiving and documenting payments,
  • Scheduling appointments
  • Answering questions regarding the CCW process,
  • Corresponding with other counties for transfers and with applicants regarding approved/denied CCW,
  • Uploading CCW and Instructor data into CSP, and
  • Receiving multiple gun sales and FFL applications to keep on file electronically.

Education/Experience:
Education: High School Diploma or GED Required.

Experience: Minimum of two years front office experience preferred

 The CCW clerk must be professional, courteous, have strong computer skills, keyboarding skills, strong verbal and written communications skills, good cognitive skills, work with a high level of accuracy, and must be able and must be able to readily identify and maintain confidential information.

This position must be able to pass an extensive background check and a drug test.

Additional Information

This full-time position offers a competitive wage and a comprehensive benefit package that includes medical, dental, vision and retirement.

Disclaimer

Christian County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. In compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act, the County will provide reasonable accommodations to qualified individuals with disabilities and encourages both prospective and current employees to discuss potential accommodations with the employers.

Position open until filed

POLICE OFFICER

The City of St. Peters is  Accepting Applications

Open Positions: 2

Closes On: May 30, 2022

Job Status: Full-Time

Days Worked: Sun., Mon., Tue., Wed., Thu., Fri., Sat.

Details: Rate: $28.62/hr. – $30.82/hr. depending on qualifications and experience.

NOTE: No visible tattoos while wearing a long sleeve uniform shirt and open collar.

To Apply or View Full Job Description: https://www.stpetersmo.net/employment-opportunities.aspx

Equal Employment Opportunity

The City of St. Peters provides equal employment and advancement opportunities to all individuals. Employment decisions will be based on merit, qualifications and abilities. The City of St. Peters does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the bases of race, color, sex, age, religion, national origin, citizenship, status as a veteran, physical or mental disability, marital status, sexual orientation, genetic identity or any other characteristic protected by law.

Pursuant to Missouri state law, the City of St. Peters participates in the E-Verify program to verify the eligibility of every newly hired employee to work in the United States.

Thorough background, education and criminal record checks will be completed. Physical and Drug screening required prior to employment. All employees fall under the City’s Alcohol & Controlled Substance Use, Abuse and Testing Policy.

The Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group (LANEG) is seeking qualified applicants for the position of NARCOTICS OFFICER.

The Applicant must have a valid Missouri Driver’s License, High School Education and a valid Missouri POST license.

Annual starting salary range is $36,750 to $40,950 (paid every two weeks) dependent on experience. Benefits include:

Vacation – Newly hired employees earn 5 days of paid vacation per year, with incremental increases for time in service.

Sick leave – Newly hired employees earn 5 days of paid sick leave for the first year, and 10 days of paid sick leave per year thereafter. There is unlimited accrual amounts for sick leave.

Health and Life Insurance and Retirement Benefits – Health care and life insurance, as well as retirement benefits (LAGERS and CERF) are provided at no cost to the employee.

Paid Holidays – Employees are paid for 12 holidays

 

To request further information, please contact us at jason.millsap@mshp.dps.mo.gov.

NOTE: This Narcotics Officer position is funded through federal grants and is contingent on annual grant renewal / acceptance.

 

TO APPLY:

Submit resume, complete with Law Enforcement work history, references and letter of interest, no later than Friday, May 20, 2022. Interviews will be conducted mid to late April. Interested persons can email their resume to mcdonald.brand@mshp.dps.mo.gov or mail their resume and letter to:

Lake Area Narcotics Enforcement Group

PO Box 104596

Jefferson City, MO 65110-4596

 

LANEG is an equal opportunity employer.

The McDonald County Sheriff Office is currently seeking applications for the position of Detention Officer:
 
Minimum requirements for employment as Detention Officer:
1. Be a citizen of the United States.
2. Be at least 18 years of age.
3. Be free of any felony convictions or misdemeanors involving domestic violence or moral turpitude.
4. Be of good character as determined by a thorough background investigation.
5. Be a high school graduate or have passed the General Education Development (GED) Test indicating high school graduation level.
6. Possess a valid driver’s license.
 
Starting hourly pay for Jailer position is $14.42 hour for non-P.O.S.T. certified applicants and $15.00 hour for P.O.S.T. certified applicants.
 
Interested applicants can apply at the McDonald County Sheriff Office 300 E. 7th Street Pineville, MO. Application and resume need to be submitted to our office.
 
Any questions please contact Captain Christopher Allison 417-726-2942.
 
The County of McDonald complies with the Equal Employment Opportunity Plan requirement.

The Osage County Sheriff’s Office – Missouri has an immediate opening for a Detention Officer in our jail.  Salaries start at $31,200 per year. Apply online at www.osagesheriff.org or call 573-897-3927 to inquire about an application. 

 

While experience isn’t a requirement, it is preferred. You must be 19 years old, possess a valid Missouri driver’s license, and a high school diploma or GED Certificate. If you have ANY law enforcement convictions or any pending court actions, we need to know. You cannot be on Probation / Parole. Background checks are required in our interview process. If you have any felonies, you will be disqualified. Certain misdemeanors will also disqualify you. Disclose everything; no matter how old the issue may be. If you work for a bonding agency, you must cease all functions as a bondsman for consideration. We expect honesty. Our application is lengthy, however, all the information it asks for is pertinent to us and our ability to potentially make you part of our team. Each Shift is 12 hours and assigned by the Jail Administrator or Jail Corporal/Sergeant. All personnel are paid once a month (at the end of the month (28 day pay cycle)).

 

Detention Officer / Jailer (Job Description):

Detention Officers are responsible for the safety, security and well-being of the inmates that are incarcerated in the Osage County Detention Center. Detention Officers have the responsibility of enforcing the regulations of the jail, maintaining the peace in the jail, in and out processing, administering medications, and general security of the facility. Detention Officers will complete a daily report of their activities. Other functions of Detention Officers are designated by the Detention Lieutenant, Detention Sergeant, Sheriff, or the Sheriff’s Captain. The Detention Officer reports directly to the Detention Corporal/Sergeant.

 

Minimum Requirements:

At least 19 years old, valid driver’s license, high school diploma / GED, detailed background check, criminal history check, DOR check and drug screen. 180-day probationary period (experience dependent).

*Osage County and its Sheriff’s Office have adopted a strong Policy in regard to hiring, conditions of employments, and promotions not to discriminate in any way in regard to gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, religious beliefs, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, marital or parental status, military or veteran status, political affiliation or age. Osage County is an Affirmative Action Employer.

Be a part of the team at the Newton County Sheriff’s Office!
 
We are hiring Patrol Officers.
 
▶️ 12 Hour Shifts
▶️ Every other weekend off
▶️ Rotating Day shift and Night shift
▶️ Paid Continuing Education & Training
▶️ Paid time off, holidays and sick time
▶️ All duty gear and uniforms are provided
▶️ Take-home patrol vehicle
 
Job Description and Application on our website:
Have questions regarding this position?
Contact Sgt. Dan Fox @ 417-451-8300

The Platte County Sheriff’s Office is recruiting to fill open positions for 911 Communications Officer, Civilian Detention Officer and Deputy Sheriff. If you have the heart and drive to serve the community with distinction, visit www. plattesheriff.org and click on CAREERS!

The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the position of full and part-time Corrections Officer. Qualified individuals must be 18 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, and possess a valid drivers license.

The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office provides a benefits package for full time employees which includes health, life, and dental for employees and their families.
 
This position also includes a retirement package and a competitive salary with paid overtime and vacation. All necessary equipment and uniforms are provided.
 
Applications can be picked up in person at the Sheriff’s Office. For further information please contact us at 573-767-5287.
The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer.

 

HOWELL COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE
Clerk Position Announcement

1. In accordance with the Revised Statutes of Missouri §57.251 the Sheriff of each county of the third and
fourth classes shall appoint such Deputies, assistants and other employees as the Sheriff deems
necessary for the proper discharge of the duties of office and may set their compensation within the
limits of the allocations made for that purpose by the county commission.

2. In accordance with the Missouri Human Rights Act, the Howell County Sheriff’s Office (HCSO)
considers applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry,
sex, disability, age, or any other legally protected status. The HCSO makes every effort in protecting
its applicant’s personally identifiable information.

3. Unit Assignment
a. Based on Experience

4. Position Classification
a. Full Time – Permanent
b. Vacancies

5. Fair Labor Standards Act Classification
a. Non-Exempt

6. Hours of Work
a. This position works an (8) hour shift as directed by the commanding officer; however, working
hours are subject to change at the discretion of the commanding authority.

7. Schedule of Work
a. Flexible

8. Application Deadline
a. Not Applicable

9. Summary of Position
a. This position is a non-commissioned position and the pay grade is contingent on experience.
Clerks perform clerical duties specific to the division and cross-functional when needed as they
may be assigned in accordance with the office procedures such as a combination of answering
telephones, bookkeeping, typing or word processing, stenography, office machine operation, and
filing.

10. Duty Scope and Responsibilities
a. Their responsibilities and duties may include, but are not limited to, the following;
 Operate office machines, such as photocopiers and scanners, facsimile machines, voice mail
systems, and personal computers.

  • Answer telephones, direct calls, and take messages.
  • Maintain and update filing, inventory, mailing, and database systems, either manually or using
    a computer.
  • Communicate with customers, employees, and other individuals to answer questions,
    disseminate or explain information, take orders, and address complaints.
  • Open, sort, and route incoming mail, answer correspondence, and prepare outgoing mail.
  • Compile, copy, sort, and file records of office activities, business transactions, and other
    activities.
  • Compute, record, and proofread data and other information, such as records or reports.
  • Type, format, proofread, and edit correspondence and other documents, from notes or
    dictating machines, using computers or typewriters.
  • Complete work schedules, manage calendars, and arrange appointments.
  • Review files, records, and other documents to obtain information to respond to requests.
  • Deliver messages and run errands.
  • Inventory and order materials, supplies, and services.
  • Troubleshoot problems involving office equipment, such as computer hardware and software.
  • Collect, count, and disburse money, do basic bookkeeping, and complete banking
    transactions.
  • Complete and mail bills, contracts, policies, invoices, or checks.
  • Process and prepare documents, such as business or government forms, letters and memorandums and expense reports.
  • Make travel arrangements for office personnel.
  • Prepare meeting agendas, attend meetings, and record and transcribe minutes.

11. Minimum Qualifications
a. In accordance with the Howell County Sheriff’s Office General Orders, the applicant must meet the following minimum qualifications:

  • Be at least (18) years of age.
  • Be a citizen of the United States and a resident of the State of Missouri.
  • Be a graduate of a four-year high school or obtain a certificate of equivalency recognized by
    the Missouri Department of Education (e.g., G.E.D.).
  • Be of good character, with no felony convictions or crime involving moral turpitude, no pending
    indictments, or certain misdemeanor offenses including any involving aggressive or violent
    behavior (e.g., domestic violence, criminal assault, etc.), disregard for the safety of others, or
    the misuse of deadly weapons.
  • Be free of objectionable tattoos/brands. No tattoos/brands are permitted on the head, neck,
    and hands.
  • Be willing to relocate to Howell County.
  • Possess a valid Missouri Driver License.
  • Possess ordinary physical strength.
  • Pass a battery of validated tests within the HCSO selection process.
  • Pass drug screening.
  • Good eye health.

12. Knowledge
a. Administrative — Knowledge of administrative and office procedures and systems such as word
processing, managing files and records, stenography and transcription, designing forms, and
workplace terminology.
b. English Language — Knowledge of the structure and content of the English language including the
meaning and spelling of words, rules of composition, and grammar.
c. Customer and Personal Service — Knowledge of principles and processes for providing customer
and personal services. This includes customer needs assessment, meeting quality standards for
services, and evaluation of customer satisfaction.
d. Administration and Management — Knowledge of business and management principles involved in
strategic planning, resource allocation, human resources modeling, leadership technique,
production methods, and coordination of people and resources.

13. Skills
a. Active Listening — Giving full attention to what other people are saying, taking time to understand
the points being made, asking questions as appropriate, and not interrupting at inappropriate times.
b. Reading Comprehension — Understanding written sentences and paragraphs in work-related
documents.
c. Speaking — Talking to others to convey information effectively.
d. Writing — Communicating effectively in writing as appropriate for the needs of the audience.
e. Coordination — Adjusting actions in relation to others’ actions.

14. Abilities
a. Oral Expression — The ability to communicate information and ideas in speaking so others will
understand.
b. Oral Comprehension — The ability to listen to and understand information and ideas presented
through spoken words and sentences.
c. Written Comprehension — The ability to read and understand information and ideas presented in
writing.
d. Written Expression — The ability to communicate information and ideas in writing so others will
understand.
e. Near Vision — The ability to see details at close range (within a few feet of the observer).

15. Compensation and Benefits
a. Pay: https://www.hcso-mo.com/divisions/human-resources/pay-chart-reports
b. Healthcare: https://www.hcso-mo.com/citizen-resources/employment/compensation/health-care
c. Pension: https://www.hcso-mo.com/citizen-resources/employment/compensation/cerf
d. Survivor Benefits: https://www.hcso-mo.com/citizen-resources/employment/compensation/cerf/survivor-benefits
e. Sick Leave: Up to (4.0) Hours Monthly
f. Holiday Pay/Comp Time: (13) Holidays at (8.0) Hours Per
g. Vacation: Up to (40.0) Hours after (1) Year

16. Application Process
a. Step 1 – Pre-application for Employment

  • The non-commissioned employment is a non-safety sensitive position and in accordance with
    the Missouri Human Rights Act, the Howell County Sheriff’s Office considers applicant(s) for all
    positions without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, sex, disability, age, or
    any other legally protected status. Furthermore, the Howell County Sheriff’s Office will review
    all applicant(s) in accordance with the Missouri Ethics Commission and in accordance with the
    applicable Revised Statutes of Missouri prior to employment. Applicant(s) will need to
    download the pre-application and complete it in its entirety. Once the form has been
    completed, please mail or hand-carry the form to your assigned authorized recruiter of the
    Howell County Sheriff’s Office.
  • Form(s): https://www.hcso-mo.com/divisions/human-resources/non-leo-application-process

b. Step 2 – Written Examination
All applicant(s) meeting the pre-application criteria will be notified by the HCSO either by
phone, mail or email and invited to take the written examination. This written examination will
test the applicant’s knowledge in the following areas; reading comprehension, math, grammar,
and spelling.

c. Step 3 – Background Investigation

  • In accordance with 18 USC 922(g), 18 USC 1001, RSMo §571.070, RSMo
    §575.060 and RSMo §610.120 applicants will be asked to submit to a background investigation
    given the sensitive nature of law enforcement. Applicants are asked to download and type the
    following form in its entirety. Once the form has been completed, please mail or hand-carry the
    form to your assigned authorized recruiter of the Howell County Sheriff’s Office.

Form(s): https://www.hcso-mo.com/divisions/human-resources/non-leo-application-process

d. Step 4 – Interview Board

  • All top applicant(s) negotiating the background investigation, will be notified by the HCSO
    either by phone, mail or email and invited to the interview board. All supporting documents will
    be submitted to a board comprised of uniformed and non-uniformed members. These
    members will evaluate the information presented and assess the applicant’s suitability for the
    available position. Independent of the background investigation assessment, the applicant will
    participate in a structured oral interview which will assess the applicant’s knowledge, skills and
    abilities. Upon completion, the President of the board will complete LESP 101 Form resulting in
    a unanimous final board score. The form provided below, is a frame of reference for the
    applicant only.
  • Form(s): https://www.hcso-mo.com/divisions/human-resources/non-leo-application-process

e. Step 5 – Conditional Offer of Employment
Based on all results and supporting documents, the top applicant(s) will be asked to review a
memorandum of agreement stating the offer of employment criteria. The applicant(s) will have
up to (3) business days to review the agreement from the date of notice and respond
appropriately.

f. Step 6 – Drug Screening
All top applicant(s) negotiating the background investigation will be notified by the HCSO either
by phone, mail or email and invited to take a drug test. Applicants must successfully pass an
administered drug test. The drug screening consists of a urine sample, tested for specific
drugs, using cutoff levels established by the National Institute on Drug Abuse.

g. Step 7 – Final Offer of Employment
Upon final review of the offer of employment, the applicant(s) agrees to the terms and
conditions in writing and will be in-processed into the Howell County Sheriff’s Office.

h. Step 8 – Field Training Officer Assessment
All employees regardless of experience or position, will go through a (90) day probationary
period. This period is under the supervision of an assigned Field Training Officer (FTO), who
will provide initial counseling regarding the expectations and answer any specific questions the
employee may have. The probationary period will assess the attributes and competencies of
the employee on a daily basis. These assessments offer opportunities to learn, but the
individual must embrace the opportunity and internalize the information. The form provided
below, is a frame of reference for the applicant only.

i. Step 9 – Order of Employment
At the end of the (90) day probationary period, all assessments, developmental counseling’s
and any other supporting documents, will be included in a personnel action request. This
request will be forwarded to the Sheriff or Designee for review. Upon review and if the
employee is in good standing, the Sheriff or Designee will approve the personnel action and
the Staff 1 Office will generate orders for the applicable employment position to further serve
and protect the County of Howell, State of Missouri.

17. For more information regarding this position, please see the following:
a. Authorized Recruiter: https://www.hcso-mo.com/divisions/human-resources/authorized-recruiters
b. S1 – Personnel and Records: https://www.hcso-mo.com/divisions

18. The point of contact for this memorandum for record is the undersigned at
brent.h.campbell@outlook.com or at (417) 256-2544.

School Resource Officer (SRO):

The Raymondville R-VII School District is currently accepting applications for the position of a school resource officer (SRO). 

Applicants for school resource officer must have a valid Missouri POST license and a valid driver’s license. 

Applicants will be subject to a criminal background check and must be approved by the Sheriff of Texas County as a reserve deputy sheriff. 

The School Resource Officer shall be an employee of the Raymondville R-VII School District and shall be a non-paid reserve deputy sheriff of Texas County. 

Applications can be found at rville.k12.mo.us website or the central office at 135 W HWY B, Raymondville, MO. 

Raymondville R-VII School District is an equal opportunity employer.

NON-POST CERTIFIED: CORRECTIONS OFFICER
PHELPS COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT
SALARY: $33,500 PLUS A $500.00 UNIFORM ALLOWANCE – Starting Annually
 
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
• Health and dental insurance plan
• Life insurance
• Thirteen (13) paid holidays
• Two (2) weeks vacation
• Twelve (12) sick days
• Lagers and CERF retirement systems.
 
VOLUNTARY BENEFIT PROGRAMS (AFLAC)
• Long Term Disability
• Short Term Disability
• Additional Life Insurance
• Cancer Insurance
• Accident insurance
• Critical illness insurance
• Hospital insurance
• Dental Insurance
• Supplemental dental insurance
• Vision Insurance
• Supplemental vision insurance
 
DESCRIPTION AND BASIC DUTIES
Jail staff currently works 12 hours shifts on a non-rotating basis. The hours are from 7:00 am to 7:00 pm and from 7:00 pm to 7:00 am. Although the schedules are considered non-rotating, there may be times when coverage is needed on another shift.
• Intake/Outtake of inmates
• Computer proficiency with different programs
• Medication pass
• Be able to handle confidential information and materials
• Transportation and the overall secure and orderly running of the day-to-day operations within the jail.
• Good written and verbal communications skills
• A detail-oriented job that requires independent judgment and good decision making
 
EDUCATION
• High School diploma or equivalent (GED)
 
PHYSICAL DEMANDS
• Extended periods of sitting
• Standing, walking, heavy lifting, as well as defusing altercations
• Training and practicing defensive tactics.
 
OTHER REQUIREMENTS
• Must be at least 18 years of age
• Permitted to work in the United States
• Ability to work various shifts, weekends, and holidays
• Complete board interview, background investigation, and polygraph examination
• Must have a valid Missouri driver’s license and clean driving history
 
Applications are available at the Phelps County Sheriff’s Department, located at 500 West 2nd, Rolla, Missouri. 
 
Please submit your application via email or in person at the Phelps County Sheriff’s Department.
 
The Phelps County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to offering employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, age, creed, gender, national origin, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, disability, or any other legally protected status.
The Iron County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
Competitive salary
Paid health insurance for employee
Health savings plan
County employees retirement fund
LAGERS retirement
12 hour rotating shifts with every other weekend off
Vacation and sick pay
Uniforms provided
If you have any questions please contact Detective Chris Barton at chris.barton@ironcountymo.gov
-Sheriff Jeff Burkett
No photo description available.
 

The Bureau of Justice Statistics seeks a Supervisory Statistician (Chief, Publications and Dissemination) to direct, advise, produce, and disseminate statistical reports, news releases, social and visual media products, policy documents, and other written material in support of the agency’s mission to collect, analyze, and disseminate reliable statistics on crime and justice systems in the United States. Job duties include— 

  • working with statisticians and management to identify emerging trends in crime and criminal justice for setting publication priorities  
  • planning, designing, and overseeing agency-wide policies, programs, and procedures governing internal and external development and dissemination of statistical and informational products  
  • serving as an expert authority and leader in a statistical or technical area, providing advice to managers, statisticians, analysts, and other staff on technical and statistical applications 
  • designing, developing, and maintaining systems for converting written products into formats for distribution on multiple platforms, such as the website, social media, and news outlets. 

Applications are due by May 18, 2022.

Apply Now


The Bureau of Justice Statistics of the U.S. Department of Justice is the principal federal agency responsible for collecting, analyzing, and disseminating reliable statistics on crime and criminal justice in the United States. Doris J. James is the acting director.

For more information on BJS’s publications, data collections, data analysis tools, and funding opportunities, visit BJS online.

APRIL 2022

The Crocker Police Department is seeking a school resource officer.

JOB DETAILS

Job Type: Full-time

Starting Pay: $14.00 per hour

Full Job Description

Description Summary

  • The School Resource Officer supports and facilitates the educational process within the assigned School District by providing a safe and secure environment through building and establishing meaningful relationships with students and staff and proactively interacting with the school community to ensure the enforcement of city and state laws. preservation of public order. protection of life and the prevention, detection, or investigation of crime. The School Resource Officer will work effectively with students, parents, school personnel and community agencies to support teaching and learning in the schools.

Expectation of Job Duties

  • Patrol district property for suspicious activity or unauthorized persons on campus.
  • Provide In-service training to help administrators be better prepared to deal with security-related matters and serve as a wraparound services team member to support student success.
  • Work closely with the principal and staff of the school to foster a better understanding of the law enforcement function to maintain a secure learning environment. Proactively work with the school’s leadership team and collaborate with the school’s administrative team on safety protocols and procedures.
  • Serve as a visible and active law enforcement officer on and off campus dealing with law related areas such as drugs, traffic, trespassing, fighting, and thefts. Enforce campus rules and regulations.
  • Conduct routine patrols of assigned facilities to include buildings, parking lots. and district-owned, leased, or rented property within the city limits of Crocker. Operate district equipment to include alarm systems and surveillance equipment.
  • Take law enforcement action to protect against unwanted intruders. Identify and prevent (through counseling and referral) delinquent behavior, including substance abuse. Make arrests when necessary to protect students, staff, school property, or as required by law.
  • Work collaboratively with public safety agencies to serve as a liaison between school and community to deter criminal and delinquent behavior.
  • Conduct courses and workshops for students, staff, and parents to promote social awareness, relationship skills, self-management, self-awareness, and responsible decision making.
  • Coordinate security for crowd and vehicle control at extra-curricular activities and special events. Monitor and instruct students, visitors, and district personnel on proper and lawful campus or facility behavior. Help to define and maintain a respectful code of conduct.
  • Assist other law enforcement agencies with incidents involving local criminal activity that may impact the safety of the environment for students and staff. Serve as the initial first responder and school safety coordinator for campus emergencies.
  • Provide classroom presentations on crime prevention and fundamental concepts and structure of the law. Teach law related education, de-escalation techniques, and conflict resolution to students and staff.
  • Provide instructions and directions to others as it pertains to law enforcement matters and emergency situations.
  • Conduct security building assessments for schools, guard, check and secure doors, rooms, buildings and equipment.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by appropriate supervisory personnel and school administrators.

Job Requirements

  • Graduation from High School or equivalent.
  • Must possess Missouri Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) Basic certificate.
  • Must be able to complete the Crocker Police Department Field Training Officer’s Program.
  • You must possess a valid Missouri operator’s license at time of appointment. No convictions for any felony or crime involving moral turpitude.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities

  • Knowledge of Department Rules, Regulations. and Guidelines relating to operation of the Patrol Division; Federal State and Local Laws and Ordinances.
  • Knowledge of Departmental and division record keeping, reporting procedures, and forms.
  • Knowledge of   Departmental   and   divisional   chain   of command and disciplinary procedures.
  • Ability to operate a two-way mobile and handheld radio; operate and show knowledge in the safety precautions of a handgun, shotgun, and other weapons issued or allowed within the realm of patrol.
  • Ability to operate a patrol vehicle under normal and emergency driving conditions; evaluate and react accordingly to an emergency situation.
  • Ability to deal with situations firmly, courteously, tactfully and with respect for the rights of others while exercising considerable discretion.
  • Must be able to analyze situations quickly and objectively and to determine proper cause of action according to law, departmental policy, and common sense.
  • Must maintain a working relationship with all members of the Patrol unit, and members of the Department, the School District and other agencies.

Job Title:                                    Chief of Police

 

Department:                            Police Department

Reports To:                               City Administrator

FLSA Status:                              Non-Exempt

Salary Range:                         Salary will be based on Education, Experience or Qualifications

Prepared Date:                       April 26, 2022

Full Time                                    Yes

Hours:                                         40

Benefit Package                      Health Insurance, Life Insurance, Holidays, Retirement, Vacation and Sick Leave and other supplement insurances are available.

 

DEFINITION:

This position provides leadership and direction toe the Crocker Police Department to facilitate the enforcement of applicable state laws and local ordinances for the protection of life and property.   The Police Chief serves as the primary liaison between the police department and the community, and works to build relationships throughout the community.  This position will supervise all the department’s operational activities, including training regulatory compliance, personnel selection and promotion, disciplinary actions, grant administration, budget planning, and financial management.  The Police Chief reports directly to the City Administrator and is classified as non- exempt position.   

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:  Included but not limited to:

Makes decisions regarding employee selection, promotions, and disciplinary actions.  Delegates authority to employees and allows them to perform their jobs with appropriate levels of supervision and discretion. 

Supervises the department training program to ensure all officers and employees receive adequate opportunities for pertinent continuing education and training on changes to law or police practices, policies, and procedures.  Identifies training opportunities to expand the departments training capacity to serve the community (i.e., crisis prevention or response, mental health response, drug overdose response, etc.)   Ensures police officers annually meet or exceed minimum continuing education and training hours as required for certification under Missouri law. 

Patrol within the municipal limits of the city, perform security checks on buildings, and residences, and take appropriate action with regard to suspicious activity.

Respond to routine, urgent and emergency calls for service.  Take appropriate action to mitigate injury, damage, and safe guard property.

Investigate reported criminal acts, domestic disturbances, and public nuisances and civil matters.  Interview victims, witnesses, and suspects; review and study evidence; and conduct searches and surveillance.

Prepare reports, complete administrative paperwork, thoroughly document activities associated with investigations.  Provide credible testimony in municipal, state and federal court.  

Patrol city roadways, enforce traffic ordinances, direct traffic and investigate traffic accidents.

Serve Warrants, make forcible arrests; search, book and transport prisoners. 

Operate police vehicles and use weapons and special equipment.

Interact and build relations with citizens and community organizations.  Provide additional patrols and presence at crowded venues such as sporting events, festivals, etc.

May be required to work in confined spaces, hazardous traffic conditions, high/dangerous places or life-threatening situations. 

May be supposed to inclement outdoor weather, wet/humid conditions, vibration, airborne particles/fumes, moving mechanical parts, risk of electrical shock, loud noise levels, potentially hazardous bodily fluids, or potentially hazardous or cancer-causing agents/chemicals.   

TASKS:

The following abilities are commonly associated with the performance of the function of this job.  The physical demands described below are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job.

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

Must be able to sit, talk, and listen for extended periods of time.

Must be able to feel attributes of objects, grasp, push, drive, stand, walk, reach with hands/arms, stoop/crouch, climb/balance, and operate mechanical equipment.

Must have clarity of vision, three-dimensional vision, precise hand-eye coordination, and ability to identify and distinguish colors.

Must be able to engage in foot pursuits/effect forcible arrests.

Regular attendance is a necessary and essential function.

Residency Requirement- Individual in this position must establish permanent residency within thirty minutes of the corporate city limits of Crocker within six months of employment unless otherwise waived by the City Administrator., 

KNOWLEDGE SKILLS AND OTHER CHARACTERSITICS:

Equivalent to a bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university or 7 years equivalent experience.  Two (2) years Supervisor and Management experience.

 Missouri POST certification (Class B Peace Officer License).

 Current on Missouri POST required training hours.

 Must maintain a valid Missouri driver’s license and safe driving record.

Thorough knowledge of applicable laws.

Must complete and pass extensive background investigation; no serious criminal record (determined by nature of violation).

Completion of a one-year probationary period.  

City of Crocker is an Equal Opportunity Employer

New Haven Police Department is now hiring a patrol officer.

Full and part-time

Contact Chief Chris Hammann 573-237-2211

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NOW HIRING Entry-Level & Certified Police Officers

• Starting Salary $45,000+
• 10-hour shifts with varying days off
• 10-paid holidays and 136 hours personal time off
• Multiple specialty assignment opportunities
• Increased starting pay for prior law enforcement experience
• Comprehensive benefits package including Lagers L6 Contributory Retirement Program

APPLY NOW at Blue Springs Police Department
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The Rolla Police Department is accepting applications from POST CERTIFIED and CURRENT ACADEMY STUDENTS wishing to pursue a career in law enforcement.

Any full-time academy student who applies with our agency and completes our hiring process can be hired as a police cadet until graduation from the academy, at which time he/she will be promoted to a full-time patrol officer position. Upon completion of the department’s field training program and probationary period, we will reimburse the employee up to one half of the basic police academy training fee.

In order to participate in this offer, a 3-yr contract will be required at the time of employment as a police cadet, and the 3-yr time period will begin upon academy graduation. Employees not honoring the contract will be required to pay back a pro-rated balance.

Part-time academy students will be considered for this offer on a case-by-case basis.

Announce Date:   4/15/22

 

                                                    POST CERTIFIED POLICE OFFICER ROLLA POLICE DEPARTMENT

GRADE CLASSIFICATION:         Grade P4

    Starting Salary Range:        

                    Police Cadet:         $14.15/Hr

                    Patrol Officer:        $44,006 to $46,613 estimated annually (includes holiday pay & shift differential)

FLSA:        Full-Time, Non-Exempt

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS:      

Family health and dental insurance plan; life insurance; Custom Benefit Plan; eleven (11) paid holidays and one (1) personal holiday; two (2) weeks of vacation and twelve (12) sick days a year; shift differential pay.

DESCRIPTION OF BASIC DUTIES:        

Selected candidates will be community policing oriented and required to perform a variety of duties such as enforce city and state violations, investigate criminal activities, routine patrol duties, traffic control and traffic accident investigation, assist citizens, perform communications duties, enforce animal violations, operate an emergency vehicle in a safe and defensive manner, meet physical aspects of job, and perform other duties as job requires.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:

High school diploma or equivalent General Education Development Certificate (GED).  Must be certified as a law enforcement officer in the state of Missouri, OR currently be enrolled in a law enforcement academy, OR be eligible for licensing (waiver of MO academy requirement) as a peace officer in the state of Missouri by the Department of Public Safety (DPS), as defined in Chapter 590 of RSMo.  More information can be found on the DPS website at www.dps.mo.gov. 

PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Employee is frequently required to sit, walk, talk and hear; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls.  Specific vision abilities required include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.  Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.  Full job description available.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be a US citizen at least 21 years of age and possess a valid Missouri Driver’s License at time of appointment.
  • Must successfully pass the following: Peer Board interview, Police Personnel Board interview, Chief’s interview, psychological test, polygraph, background investigation, physical fitness test, physical & drug screen, and weapons qualification.

                             APPLY ROLLA POLICE DEPARTMENT, 1007 N. ELM ST., ROLLA, MO 65401

                                                                         NO LATER THAN MAY 1, 2022.

RESUME REQUESTED.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER – FEMALES AND MINORITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY.

EMPLOYER COMPLIES WITH ALL A.D.A. REQUIREMENTS

E-Mailable Job Application at:  www.rollacity.org

CAREER OPPORTUNITY MISSOURI DIVISION OF ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO CONTROL

Opening Date: April 15, 2022 Closing Date: Open Until Filled

TITLE:
Agent

LOCATION:
Jefferson City District Office
1738 E. Elm St. – Lower Level
Jefferson City, MO 65101

SALARY:
$46,423.68 Annual Salary

DESCRIPTION:
A vacancy currently exists within the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control. The position works from the Jefferson City District Office and will be assigned a designated territory within the boundaries of District 2 (see https://atc.dps.mo.gov/about/contact_us.html). Agents of the Division are responsible for enforcing all Missouri statutes and regulations relating to the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages as set out in Chapter 311, RSMo.

BENEFITS:
Agents are provided a state vehicle for work-related travel, and scheduling allows for some flexibility when not assigned to the district office. The State of Missouri also offers a comprehensive benefits package, which can be reviewed here, https://oa.mo.gov/state-employees-new#mini-panel-state-employees-tabs2. Annual grant programs also provide Agents an opportunity to earn overtime pay.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
Business hours for the district office are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; however, an Agent’s hours will routinely vary, and will generally consist of approximately 40% office work and 60% field work, with fluctuations based on seasonal demand and staffing. Each district is responsible for conducting weekly enforcement activities which may consist of late nights, extended hours, weekend work, and possible overnight stays.

Office/administrative duties include, but are not limited to: serving as the primary point of contact for liquor license applicants, licensees, city/county clerks and local law enforcement agencies within a designated territory, and to review liquor license applications for completeness and eligibility.

Field work includes, but is not limited to: conducting retailer education training programs, completing routine inspections and site visits, investigating citizen complaints/surveillance, conducting joint enforcement activities with local law enforcement agencies, and conducting self-initiated and supervisor-directed enforcement activities primarily consisting of plainclothes operations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
To qualify for the position, the applicant must:
 Be a United States citizen and taxpaying resident of Missouri at time of hire;
 Possess a valid Missouri driver license;
 Be proficient in the English language;
 Possess a high school diploma or an equivalent certificate;
 Possess a Class A Missouri POST license at the time of appointment;
 Possess ordinary physical strength;
 Have a minimum of two (2) years law enforcement experience;
o College coursework in criminal justice or a closely related field or military police service may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
 Reside within 60 miles of the office or relocate within six months; and,
 Be able to pass a job-related assessment exam, oral interview, criminal record check and background investigation, drug screening, polygraph, and psychological evaluation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must complete a State of Missouri Application on the MO Careers website. Completed applications, with any supplemental documents such as a cover letter, resume, college/university transcript(s), etc., must be completed online through the MO Careers website can be accessed via https://mocareers.mo.gov/hiretrue/mo/mocareers/index.html . This position is open until filled.

ASSESSMENT TESTING AND INTERVIEWS:
Computerized assessment tests will be conducted at the Jefferson City district office. Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be contacted for scheduling purposes.
Interviews will be scheduled at a later determined date.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT:
The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, or any other non-merit factor.

COURT BAILIFF OPENING! APPLY NOW!!!!
 
The Stone County Sheriff’s Office is currently seeking applications for a Court Bailiff.
 
Qualifications for the positions are:
• Be at least 21 years of age.
• Be a citizen of the United States and a resident of Missouri.
• Be a graduate of a four-year high school or obtain a certificate of equivalency recognized by the
Missouri Department of Education (i.e., G.E.D.).
• Be of good character, with no felony convictions or crime involving moral turpitude, no pending indictments or certain misdemeanor offenses including any involving aggressive or violent behavior (i.e., domestic violence, criminal assault, etc.), disregard for the safety of others, or the misuse of deadly weapons.
• Possess a valid Missouri Driver License.
• Possess ordinary physical strength.
• Pass a physical fitness test
 
Applicants must have a Mo Post Peace Officers Certification to be eligible for employment.
 
Starting salary is based on a rate of $16.80 an hour.
 
This position is full time and will receive a complete benefit package.
 
Hours will be Monday through Friday, hours based on when Court is in session for Court Bailiff. Generally, this will have weekends and holidays off. (13 pd holidays)
 
If interested, applications can be obtained on line at Stonecountymosheriff.com
 
Or you can apply in person at the Stone County Sheriff’s Office in Galena. Please contact Captain David Gyger or Sgt Dustin Johnson for further information at 417-357-6116.
Help Wanted!
Are you a social person looking for an administrative/clerical career opportunity working in a fun fast-paced environment?
 
The Boone County Sheriff’s Office is currently looking for quality energetic applicants to work as Services Specialists within the Information Center/Warrants Unit at the Boone County Sheriff’s Office.
 
A Services Specialist working within the Information Center serves as the first point of contact for the Sheriff’s Office and:
  • Greets the general public arriving in the Sheriff’s Office lobby
  • Answers incoming calls
  • Refers in-person and multi-line telephone inquiries to the appropriate staff
  • Processes warrants
  • Enters data into the Missouri Uniform Law Enforcement System and the Sheriff’s Office Records Management system
  • Provides information according to policy and procedure as well as according to state law
  • Assists with sex offender registration
  • Prepares and files documents as needed.
Administrative/Clerical experience is preferred but not required to apply.
 
These are full-time benefited positions with a starting pay of over $15.00 per hour and will be assigned to an 8- or 10-hour shift, primarily working Monday through Friday to assist in staffing a 24-hour operation.
 
When fully staffed, personnel will also be assigned to work 12-hour shifts on one weekend per month.
 
The County provides great employee health insurance coverage at NO COST to the employee and at a reduced rate for family coverage. The County also offers employee and family coverage for dental and vision at a VERY affordable rate. Retirement benefits are included as well!
 
 

Applications currently being accepted for the following positions:

DETENTION DIVISION

Detention Officer

Responsible for patrolling and supervising inmates inside the detention center, conducts periodic counts, searches inmates, intervenes during emergencies, and escorts/transports inmates. Previous military experience or corrections/security background preferred. Employee will work 12 hour shifts as assigned. Employees are eligible to apply for a scholarship to a law enforcement academy. Must be at least 18 years of age.
Starting Salary: $16.24/hour, $33,779.20/year plus uniform allowance and full benefits.

Detention Officer Deputy

This is an entry level position for all commissioned personnel.  Responsible for maintaining security, processes individuals in and out of detention facility, supervises and controls all inmate activities. Employee will work 12 hour shifts as assigned. Must have a valid PEACE officers license and be a Missouri resident at the time of Commission.

Starting Salary: $19.75/hour, $41,080.00/year plus uniform allowance and full benefits available.

ADMINISTRATIVE DIVISION

Communications Officer (911 Dispatcher)
Employee works various hours, typically 10-12 hour shifts as assigned with occasional overtime. Responsible for receiving emergency (911) and non-emergency calls from unincorporated Clay County and designated municipalities. Receive and answer requests from various agencies to retrieve information reference wants, warrants, stolen property, registration, and criminal history. Enters and updates warrants and ex-partes as needed. Monitors and dispatches appropriate personnel to various county alarms. Must be able to multi-task in a fast-paced environment. Ability to type with speed and accuracy. Knowledge of street system and geography of the county and adjacent areas helpful. Starting Salary: $16.82/hr., $35,000.16/year plus benefits.


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Positions open until filled. Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of application. For complete information regarding job descriptions/details, please contact Clay County Sheriff’s Office Human Resources.

Employment Application
Employee Benefits Summary

Please submit completed applications to:
Clay County Sheriff’s Office
Human Resources
12 South Water Street
Liberty Missouri 64068
(816) 407-3749
careers@sheriffclayco.com

Clay County offers a great benefit package to full-time employees including:

HEALTH BENEFITS
The County offers group health and dental insurance for regular full-time employees.
Three health insurance plans are currently available including three Health Savings Account plans.
 
DEFERRED COMPENSATION
Eligible employees may elect to participate in the CERF 457B plan which is a voluntary retirement savings program. CERF matches a portion of the employee’s savings.
 
VOLUNTARY BENEFIT PROGRAMS
Vision        
Long Term Disability
Short Term Disability
Additional Life Insurance
Cancer Insurance

TUITION REIMBURSEMENT
Regular full time employees with at least one year of continuous employment are eligible for tax free educational assistance for college degree coursework. Funding is subject to the annual budget appropriation process.

LIFE INSURANCE
Regular full-time employees are eligible for County-paid life and accidental death and dismemberment insurance in the amount of two (2) times their current annual salary with a maximum cap of $250,000.
Employee Benefits Summary

Thank you for your interest in employment with the Clay County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or other protected status.

The Lake Ozark Police Department is accepting applications for full time police officers.
 
We offer competitive pay for eligible candidates whom are POST certified.
We offer academy tuition for non commissioned officers for the appropriate candidate.
We offer top tier equipment and a great benefit package as well as overtime opportunities.
 
Qualifications:
  • Must possess a Missouri Drivers license
  • No Felony convictions
  • Never been charged with Domestic related crimes.
  • Must be able to possess a firearm.
  • Work Days/Nights and Holidays
Submit your résumé and letter of intent to green@lakeozarkpolice.com
The Macon County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for a full time jailer/dispatcher.
 
Jailers work 12 hour shifts and have every other Friday-Sunday off.
 
The County offers health insurance, retirement, and various types of personal time off.
 
Duties include answering the telephone, dispatching calls for service, interacting with inmates, and completing other daily functions of the jail.
 
Requirments:
-Good computer skills
-Good communication skills
-Ability to work in a fast paced environment
 
For further details contact Sheriff Kevin Shoemaker or Jail Administrator Elizabeth Richardson at 660-385-2062.

MARCH 2020

The Vernon County Sheriff’s Office is now taking applications for:

Jail Administrator: $42,806.40

The position of jail administrator is responsible for the day to day operations of the jail including, scheduling, record keeping, approving incident reports, and advising the Sheriff on policy and procedures, contracts as well as coordinating with the inmate transportation unit. This position is a management position that requires some “hands-on” work in the jail when employees are on vacation or out for training.

Post Certification is preferred, or the ability to complete Police Academy within 24 months.

Full Benefits package included along with take home vehicle, gym membership, and cell phone.

To Apply: Applicants can send resume and cover letter to 2040 E Hunter in Nevada, attention Dianna Boultinghouse, by email at dmaus@vernoncosherriff.org OR visit www.vernoncosheriff.org to submit your resume.

THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING
invites applications for the position of Police Officer

SALARY: $27.03 – $34.55 Hourly
$4,685.20 – $5,988.67 Monthly
$56,222.40 – $71,864.00 Annually

OPENING DATE:
03/24/22
CLOSING DATE:
05/16/22 12:00 AM

CLASS SUMMARY:

Next Testing Period – May 23rd
(location and times to be announced)
Apply directly through our website at: https://casperwy.gov/

Applicants are responsible for reviewing the testing information to get details on the testing dates,
locations, and requirements. All communication about the testing process will be through the email
address each applicant provides on his/her application.

Incumbents are responsible for responding to calls for service and enforcing local, State, and
Federal statutes.

REPORTING STRUCTURE:
Receives general supervision from assigned Police Sergeant or higher-level supervisory and
management staff.
This position is driving essential (see driving requirements).

Potential for sign-on bonus:
Lateral Police Officer program pay depending on police experience
Wyoming lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $12,500 sign-on bonus
Out of state lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $7,500 sign-on bonus
Previous Wyoming Police Officers decertified through absence $5,000 sign-on bonus
Entry-level Police Officers one-time sign-on bonus of $3,000

Total Compensation
Employee Benefits

Learn more about our community:
https://www.visitcasper.com/
https://casperwyoming.org/
https://choosecpr.com/

TYPICAL CLASS ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
1. Patrols assigned area and responds to routine and complex emergency situations; assesses
nature of situation and scene; and mediates disputes.
2. Explains and enforces applicable Federal, State, and local laws and ordinances.
3. Conducts preliminary investigations on all crimes/accidents, incidents, and any other criminal
law violations.
4. Interviews witnesses, victims, suspects, and arrested persons to obtain pertinent information
concerning accidents/crimes; and conducts searches.
5. Makes arrests or takes persons into custody by carrying out duties in conjunction with Federal,
State, and local laws and ordinances
6. Enforces traffic laws; patrols or conducts stationary observation of traffic; utilizes radar to
detect speed violations; stops suspicious vehicles for investigation; investigates accidents; issues
warnings, citations, and arrests for violations; uses standard field sobriety tests to determine
impairment.
7. Prepares accurate and timely reports including accident, arrest, and various administrative
reports.
8. Gathers and preserves physical evidence.
9. Testifies in courtroom proceedings.
10. Represents the City of Casper by responding to the public, citizens, its employees, and
others in a prompt, professional, and courteous manner while continuously maintaining a positive
customer service demeanor.
11. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

Knowledge (position requirements at entry):
Knowledge of:
• Customer service principles.
• Proper English, including spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
• Modern office equipment and practices.
Abilities (position requirements at entry):
Ability to:
• Work a variety of shifts including weekends, nights, and holidays; subject to be on call as
needed (must respond within 20 minutes).
• Learn local geography including street names, numbering systems, directional orientation, and
major landmarks.
• Provide customer service.
• Act quickly and calmly in emergencies and stressful situations.
• Maintain proper use of vehicles, equipment, and apparatus including the use and care of
firearms.
• Routinely demonstrate the City of Casper core values.
• Follow all City safety rules and procedures and immediately report all accidents/incidents or
unsafe conditions to a supervisor.
• Prepare and maintain accurate records and reports.
• Maintain confidentiality.
• Analyze situations quickly and objectively and determine and take appropriate action.
• Learn standard broadcasting procedures of a police radio system.
• Comply with all training requirements.
• Prepare accurate and grammatically correct written reports.
• Learn and apply modern police practices and methods.
• Learn and apply department procedures, rules and regulations.
• Learn and apply applicable Federal and State laws, city ordinances, judicial rulings, and laws of
arrest.
• Learn safety practices and procedures.
• Learn and apply recordkeeping principles.
• Learn to drive an emergency vehicle under hazardous and/or emergency conditions.
• Learn court and evidence procedures.
• Operate modern office equipment including body cameras, in-car video system, and specialized
software systems.
• Learn and apply appropriate offensive and defensive weapons nomenclature and theory.
• Utilize self-defense tactics.
• Maintain a neat and professional appearance.
• Communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
• Follow written and verbal instructions and direction.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of
work.

Skills (position requirements at entry):
Skill in:
• Communicating in a courteous, knowledgeable, and tactful manner with staff and the general
public.
• Customer service.
• Oral and written communication, sufficient to exchange or convey effective information and to
receive work direction.
• Operating modern office equipment, including computer software and operating
systems/applications.

TRAINING, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:
• High school diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) required.
• 21 years of age at the time of graduation from the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy.

LICENSING and CERTIFICATIONS:
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Wyoming Driver’s License within six (6) months of
hire.
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a Wyoming Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST)
Certification, within twelve (12) months of hire.
• Must be legally qualified to possess and purchase a firearm.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
The above job description is intended to represent only the key areas of responsibilities; specific
position assignments will vary depending on the business needs of the department.

Women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Employment subject to extensive background investigation, including polygraph and psychological
examination. The successful candidate must pass a pre-employment drug screen test.

As a condition of employment, the successful candidate must utilize direct deposit for payroll
purposes.

Driving records are required for all new employees regardless of the position’s driving
requirements. If the employee has not held a Wyoming driver’s license for the last three years, the
employee must provide at their own initiation and expense a driving record from their previous
state(s) of residence.

Physical and Environmental Conditions: City of Casper employees that perform safety
sensitive tasks are subject to pre-employment and/or random drug testing. These tasks include,
but may not be limited to:
• Emergency response/rescue
• Handling or working with hazardous materials, including chemicals as well as solid and liquid
waste
• Operating or maintaining water and wastewater systems
• Maintaining City computer and data systems including networks, servers, communication
systems, etc.
• Driving for the City of Casper, whether essential or non-essential
• Operating power-driven machinery or equipment
• Handling confidential information, including personnel, health, financial, or attorney-client
information
• Working with or around children

Positions in this class typically require: balancing, stooping, climbing, scaling, crouching, reaching,
standing, walking, running, lifting, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions.
Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force
frequently, and/or up-to 10 pounds of force constantly to lift, carry, push, and pull or otherwise
move objects, including the human body.

Incumbents may be subjected to loud noises, light disturbance, workspace restrictions, dusts,
odors, fumes, and chemicals. Incumbents may be subject to perform duties either indoors or
outdoors and on uneven terrain, which may include extreme climate/weather conditions.
Incumbents may be subjected to exposure and risk in working with hostile, resistant, and unstable
persons. The nature of duties involves constant mental and visual attention, and potential personal
danger. Incumbents in this position will be in situations where they may experience
critical/traumatic events and need to have the ability to quickly move between work spaces and/or
facilities.

Driving Requirements: For driving essential positions, employment with the City of Casper is
contingent upon a satisfactory driving record. A driving record that reflects any of the following
criteria is considered unsatisfactory:

1) Convicted of three (3) or more moving violations within the previous 36 months (three separate, individual incidents);

2) A conviction within the previous 36 months of any of the following:

  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol;
  • Leaving the scene of an accident;
  • Fleeing to avoid arrest;
  • Reckless Driving;
  • Homicide or assault by motor vehicle;
  • Driving without auto insurance;
  • Driving on a suspended license;
  • Refusal to take blood/breathalyzer test for suspected DUI or impaired driving.

If you have questions regarding the background screen, pre-employment drug test or driving
record, please contact the Human Resources Office at (307)235-8344 prior to accepting a job offer.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.casperwy.gov
200 N. David – Human Resources
Suite 107
Casper, WY 82601
(307)235-8344
(307)235-8421
hrood@casperwy.gov
Position #1132-07 POLICE OFFICER

The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
  • Starting salary up to $33200.00 per year
  • $30 per month cell phone allowance
  • Take home vehicle 
  • County employees retirement fund(CERF)
  • Small County working environment
  • 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off (Friday,Saturday and Sunday)
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms and equipment provided
  • Must be POST certified. If you are not POST certified, contact us for possible sponsorship through the academy.
  • The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer
Please apply in person at 110 W Washington St in Lancaster Missouri. You may contact the Sheriff at 660-956-9493 or by email at schuylersheriff969@gmail.com for more information. 
 
The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the communications officer position.
 
Applicants must be at least 18 years old at the time of employment, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, be a U.S. citizen, and not have any felony record or convictions for any crime involving moral turpitude.
 
Applicants will ideally have general computer knowledge, be able to deal well with the public professionally, and complete multiple tasks simultaneously.
 
The position works 12-hour shifts, including days and nights, with rotating days on and off, including holidays.
 
Primary duties include, but are not limited to:
  • Answering emergency (911) calls and non-emergency calls for service
  • Serving as the central answering point for the Sheriff’s Office
  • Logging calls for service and dispositions into our computer-aided dispatch programs
  • Dispatching a radio law enforcement officer, fire departments, and medical first responders to calls for service
  • Entering and maintaining warrants, orders of protection, and updating the sex offender registry.
Prior experience is not required.
 
Starting pay is $16.00 an hour. In addition, to pay, the position includes a standard county benefits package, including 12 paid holidays, two retirement programs, health, dental, and vision insurance, paid vacation time, and a $50.00 monthly uniform allowance.
 
Interested parties can pick up an application at the sheriff’s office at 216 N. Missouri St. Jackson, MO 63755 or complete one online or download one from our website www.capecountysheriff.org
 
For more information, please contact Lt. Zachary Dillard at 573-243-3551.

The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office is looking to hire a part-time cook.

The schedule would be every other weekend and one night a week with pay being $11.15 per hour.

If interested, please contact the office at 573-767-5287 or stop by to get an application.

Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
  • Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
  • County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
  • Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
  • Partially-paid Spouse and Dependent Paid Health Insurance
  • 13 Paid Holidays
  • Paid Vacation Time
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Cell Phone Stipends for some
  • All Equipment needed is provided
  • Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
  • In house gym
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer Patrol

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for a Deputy Sheriff-Bailiff/Process Server.

Must be POST certified.

We offer paid health, vision and dental insurance for the employee, a retirement package, Monday-Friday, some weekends, paid bi-weekly, and more.

If you are interested in becoming a part of our team, apply at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at 116 W. High Street Potosi, MO 63664 or online.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer.

The Andrew County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the positions of Detention Officer – both Deputy and Civilian – as well as 911 dispatchers.
 
Benefits include:
$15.30 / hr.
Paid training
Uniforms and equipment provided (if required)
12 hour shifts with every other weekend off
Paid holidays
Paid vacation
Paid sick leave
Health insurance
Vision and dental insurance (optional)
2 retirement plans
 
Applications can be picked up at the Sheriff’s Office located at 400 E. Main Street, Savannah, Mo 64485.
The Iron County Sheriff’s Office has immediate openings for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
 
  • Competitive salary
  • Paid health insurance for employee
  • Health savings plan
  • County employees retirement fund
  • LAGERS retirement
  • 12 hour rotating shifts with every other weekend off
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms provided
 
If you have any questions please contact Detective Chris Barton cbarton@icsomo.org

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office has several road deputy positions available. 

Starting Pay: $42,550.40

Benefits include paid health insurance, retirement, 14 paid holidays, 8 hours sick leave earned per month, and paid vacation.

Apply in person at 211 E. Newton, Versailles; email Rick Bias at rbias@morgancountymo.gov; or apply online.

Cooper County Sheriff’s Office is seeking to hire motivated staff members for Detention Officers and Court House Security Officers.

Pay is based on training and experience.
 
Apply at the office for an immediate interview or online.
 
Options for academy contracts.
Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Maries County Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for part time Dispatchers/Jailers.
 
The part-time shifts available are 7 days a week either: 7:00am-3:00pm or 3:00pm-11:00pm.
 
Starting pay is $15/hour.
 
Position requires a person who is at least 18 years of age, can pass a pre-employment drug test, random drug tests, pass a background check, possesses good interpersonal skills, and has a desire to serve their community with an agency that is more like a family than a job.
 
Pick up an application at the Sheriff’s Office in Vienna or email a resume to sjohn@mariescountymo.gov

The Newton County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring Corrections Officers

Starting Pay: $14.89 hourly pay rate.
Pay increase to $15.14 after successful 90-day probation period.

Full-time position, applicants with an active Missouri POST license can be commissioned after probationary period.

Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available.

CERF Retirement Plan.

Uniforms and duty gear provided.

Job Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Monitors and directs group and individual behavior among the inmates to prevent, control and resolve inmate problems or conflicts.
  • Escorts and/or transports inmates to and from various activities within and outside the jail.
  • Assists with the inmate admission, classification and release processes.
  • Monitors and directs various inmate programs (e.g. recreation, visitation, etc.).
  • Provides and summons assistance and aid for inmates while maintaining the safety and security of the facility.
  • Dispenses authorized medications and administers first aid and CPR.
  • Delivers meals, mail, supplies, etc., to the inmates.
  • Maintains necessary financial records (e.g. cash accounts in inmate and canteen funds, bail, fines, etc.).
  • Collects, maintains, and completes necessary records and reports (e.g. criminal history, medical screening, medication delivery, inmate activity, inmate property, fingerprints, photographs, visitor logs, incident and discipline reports, etc.).
  • Searches and observes inmates, visitors, vendors, and others to ensure security.
  • Inspects all jail areas to ensure adherence to all jail policies and procedures (e.g. sanitation, security, etc.) and ensures that these aspects of the jail operation are maintained.
  • Acts as an unrestricted Deputy Sheriff in emergency situations such as riots, large scale civil disobedience, natural disasters and other situations as determined by the Sheriff.
  • Demonstrates punctual and reliable attendance in accordance with designated work schedule.
  • Complies with applicable safety rules, laws, and practices; uses proper safety equipment and procedures in all operations.
  • Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.


Reports to:
Immediate Supervisor; Corrections Corporal; Corrections Sergeant; Corrections Division Lieutenant

Requirements for applicants:

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Must possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Able to work 12-hour shifts
  • Experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.


If you have previously applied for this position in the last 6 months, do not re-apply.
Applications will be accepted until this post is removed.

Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Corrections Lieutenant Mike Barnett – 417-451-8311

JAIL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is seeking a Prevention Education Specialist

Job Details:

Full-time
Wentzville, MO
 

Job Description

Prevention Education Specialist – 10 Month, Academic Year – Wentzville Position Description: The Prevention Education Specialist will deliver school and community-based presentations on various child abuse prevention topics for professionals who are mandated reporters, parents, and children of preschool through high school age.
 
In addition, the Prevention Education Specialist will attend community meetings and participate in community events to represent The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri when appropriate.
 
Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities
  • 1. Provide agency approved presentations for children ranging from Early Childhood thru High School on various topics of sexual abuse prevention.
  • 2. Provide agency approved presentations for parents on sexual abuse prevention.
  • 3. Provide mandated reporter trainings for professionals who work with children.
  • 4. Maintain contact with counselors or staff/administrators to schedule programs for assigned schools.
  • 5. Grade and import data collected from presentations.
  • 6. Maintain data and statistics for reporting purposes.
  • 7. Research and update to programs to ensure best practice.
  • 8. Attend community meetings, as needed.
  • 9. Serve as a representative of the agency.
  • 10. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in education, criminal justice, social work, or human services field or 3-5 years of field experience.

Benefits include: 14 paid holidays, generous PTO, medical/vision/dental insurance, and more.

Reports to and supervised by: Prevention Education Program

Director Classification: Non exempt 10 month/academic year schedule

Schedule

Standard business schedule
 

Benefits

Medical insurance
Paid time off
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
 
 
The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

LEWIS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS HIRING

 

Starting Pay: $35,000 a Year – Negotiable If Prior Experience

Full Benefits Package Including Health Insurance, Retirement, Paid Overtime, Paid Holidays, Etc.

  • All Equipment Provided by County
  • Take Home Vehicle

For Inquiries Call 573-767-5287

 

The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office is hiring deputies.

We have immediate openings if you know someone that would be willing to relocate and start, or continue, their career in Carroll County.

Please spread the word.

Applications can be picked up at the office or apply online on our Facebook page.

POST License is required.

The Platte County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for full time Civilian Detention Officers.
 
Qualified candidates must
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Successfully complete all phases of the employment process.
 
Initial Uniforms and Equipment provided. After 12 months, a $50/month uniform allowance is added to the salary for maintenance and upkeep.
 
If you are interested in receiving more information or would like to get started in the employment process, please click here.
 
For further information call the Platte County Sheriff’s Office at (816) 858-2424
 
The Platte County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or other protected status.

SEMA has an opening for a Regional Coordinator in the St. Louis area.

SALARY: 58,452.47

The Missouri State Emergency Management Agency has responsibility for coordinating disaster response and recovery operations across Missouri – responding to everything from tornadoes and flooding to ice storms to the coronavirus pandemic. SEMA operates the State Emergency Operations Center and provides training and grants to strengthen Missouri’s resilience against natural disasters. 
SEMA’s mission is to help our fellow Missourians prepare for, respond to and recover from all emergencies. Each step will be guided by our core values of respect, integrity, trust, honesty and compassion.

Job Description:
•    Liaison between local officials (including Emergency Management Directors) and SEMA on all matters relating to emergency management. 
•    Work with the Statewide Volunteer Services Coordinator to integrate volunteer services responsibilities in local emergency management activities. 
•    Conduct four quarterly Regional Coordinator meetings/workshops annually to inform and train local officials in their duties and responsibilities. 
•    Assist local officials in the development or revision of all-hazard emergency operations plans.
•    Support the SEMA training program through participation in courses, seminars and workshops. Participate in state-level exercises.
•    Complete all required paperwork accurately and in a timely manner. Participate in scheduled conference calls and internal regional coordinator meetings.
•    Maintain communication with the Division Supervisor to keep him/her advised on regional activities and emergencies.
•    Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
•    Knowledge of the phases of emergency management and their relevance to public safety. 
•    Knowledge of the policies, regulations, guides, and precedents pertinent to the assigned emergency management phase(s). 
•    Knowledge of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP). 
•    Skill in managing and resolving conflict in high intensity situations.  
•    Ability to gather, correlate, summarize, interpret, and report a variety of technical information and data. Ability to analyze implications, identify trends, and apply conclusions to complex problems. 
•    Ability to operate a motor vehicle and maintain a valid vehicle operator’s license. 
•    Ability to work nights, weekends, holidays and overtime as required.  
•    Ability to comprehend, interpret, communicate, and apply regulations, procedures, and related emergency management information.  
•    Knowledge of the different types of private, volunteer, and governmental emergency response and recovery programs and their purpose. 

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree and 2-4 years of relevant experience. (Substitutions may be allowed.)

Job Location:  This position will be located at Region C (UASI) includes St. Charles, St. Louis, Franklin, St. Louis City and Jefferson counties.

If you have questions about this position please contact:
DPS.Hires@dps.mo.gov

The State of Missouri is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

For details and how to apply click here.

 
Cole County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring  Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 
Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office
 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Newton County Sheriff’s Office has an opening for a patrol deputy.

Starting pay: $18.97/hour
Pay increase after successful 90-day probation period.
Full-time position, commissioned.
Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available. CERF Retirement Plan.
​Uniforms, equipment, duty gear, POST continuing education and patrol vehicle are provided*.

Responsibilities:
Maintain law and order and serve legal process of the courts by performing duties, including but not limited to; processing citizen complaints, documenting and writing reports on law violations, transporting prisoners, service of civil process, and overall general law enforcement in the county.

Requirements for applicants:

  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen and reside in the State of Missouri
  • Must possess high school diploma or GED
  • Must possess current Missouri P.O.S.T. certification or equivalent from another state
  • Must be able to work rotating 12-hour shifts
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Be able to relocate within Newton County in a reasonable amount of time, as determined by the Sheriff
  • All probationary deputies must successfully pass NCSO field training program

*residency requirement for take home patrol vehicle

Reports to:
Shift Sergeant; Patrol Division Lieutenant

Two years of prior law enforcement experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.

Applications will be accepted until this posting is removed.
Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Patrol Lieutenant Trevor Williams – 417-451-8300

PATROL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

CAREER OPPORTUNITY
MISSOURI DIVISION OF ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO CONTROL

Title:

Agent

Location:

Jefferson City District Office
1738 E. Elm St. – Lower Level Jefferson City, MO 65101
$46,423.68 Annual Salary

DESCRIPTION:
A vacancy currently exists within the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control. The position works from the Jefferson City District Office and will be assigned a designated territory within the boundaries of District 2 (see
https://atc.dps.mo.gov/about/contact_us.html). Agents of the Division are responsible for enforcing all Missouri statutes and regulations relating to the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages as set out in Chapter 311, RSMo.

BENEFITS
Agents are provided a state vehicle for work-related travel, and scheduling allows for some flexibility when not assigned to the district office. The State of Missouri also offers a comprehensive benefits package, which can be reviewed here, https://oa.mo.gov/state-employees-new#mini-panel-state-employees-tabs2. Annual grant programs also provide Agents an opportunity to earn overtime pay.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
Business hours for the district office are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; however, an Agent’s hours will routinely vary, and will generally consist of approximately 40% office work and 60% field work, with fluctuations based on seasonal demand and staffing. Each district is responsible for conducting weekly enforcement activities which may consist of late nights, extended hours, weekend work, and possible overnight stays.

Office/administrative duties include, but are not limited to: serving as the primary point of contact for liquor license applicants, licensees, city/county clerks and local law enforcement agencies within a designated territory, and to review liquor license applications for completeness and eligibility.

Field work includes, but is not limited to: conducting retailer education training programs, completing routine inspections and site visits, investigating citizen complaints/surveillance, conducting joint enforcement activities with local law enforcement agencies, and conducting self-initiated and supervisor-directed enforcement activities primarily consisting of plainclothes operations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
To qualify for the position, the applicant must:

 Be a United States citizen and taxpaying resident of Missouri at time of hire;
 Possess a valid Missouri driver license;
 Be proficient in the English language;
 Possess a high school diploma or an equivalent certificate;
 Possess a Class A Missouri POST license at the time of appointment;
 Possess ordinary physical strength;
 Have a minimum of two (2) years law enforcement experience;
o College coursework in criminal justice or a closely related field or military police service may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
 Reside within 60 miles of the office or relocate within six months; and,
 Be able to pass a job-related assessment exam, oral interview, criminal record check and background investigation, drug screening, polygraph, and psychological evaluation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must complete a State of Missouri Application on the MO Careers website. Completed applications, with any supplemental documents such as a cover letter, resume, college/university transcript(s), etc., must be completed and submitted by Tuesday, March 22, 2022, at 11:59 P.M., Central Standard Time. The MO Careers website can be accessed via
https://mocareers.mo.gov/hiretrue/mo/mocareers/index.html.

ASSESSMENT TESTING AND INTERVIEWS:
Computerized assessment tests will be conducted at the Jefferson City district office. Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be contacted for scheduling purposes.
Interviews will be scheduled at a later determined date.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT:
The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, or any other non-merit factor.

The City of Bourbon, Missouri is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. All applicants must be a U.S. citizen, must be 21 years of age, a graduate of high school or possess a G.E.D equivalent, possess a valid Missouri Driver’s license and be Missouri P.O.S.T. Certified. 

Starting salary for this position will be $18.25 per hour, 13 paid holidays Shift Differential, Grant Time Pay, Paid Overtime.

Work schedule:

12 hour shifts, rotate every 2 months between days and nights , off every other Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Benefits:

  • Health and dental insurance, and vision 100% paid for by the city
  • Lagers 100% paid for by the city
  • 75% paid health insurance for spouse.

Applications can be picked up at the Bourbon Police Department, 355 E. Pine St. Bourbon Mo 65441. For questions or to request an application call 573-732-4838/573-732-5550. Applications will be accepted until Position is filled. The City of Bourbon is an equal opportunity employer.

 

FEBRUARY 2022

Looking to feed your desire to give to your community and support those who need a helping hand? Look no further!  Not only is Burrell growing the amount of its resources, services, and facilities to assist as many communities as possible, it also provides plenty of opportunity for growth in your current field and the freedom to explore others. 

The position is perfect and designed for former law enforcement officers and it is the only position of its kind in the country. In this position the employee will use the verbal judo, CIT, and de-escalation skills they’ve mastered while on the road/jail to calm physically/verbally combative clients or those clients in a excited delirium.

We’re not security, we’re de-escalation experts. We use our unique skills  to calm a situation and keep an individual from going back into the public and becoming a situation local PD/County have to deal with.  

Position (entry level) range of pay is $18-$26 an hour (starting pay depends on experience).

Our culture and our environment are unlike any other.  We offer highly-competitive pay and a full range of top-notch full-time employee benefits such as:

  • Medical

  • Dental

  • Vision

  • Life Insurance

  • Paid Time Off

  • Short Term Disability

  • Long Term Disability

  • Retirement Plan

  • Tuition Reimbursement

  • Student Loan Reimbursement

  • Employee Assistance Program

 

Job Description:

  • HOSPITALITY (SAFETY) SPECIALIST

 

What you’ll get to do:

As a Hospitality Specialist you will:

  • Enhance safety for staff and clients

  • Reduce anxiety and improve the overall service experience for all who visit a Burrell facility.

  • Adhere to Trauma Informed Care best practices and promote an atmosphere of safety, trust and connection with staff and clients alike, helping to and create a warm and welcoming atmosphere for all who enter.

  • Offer exceptional customer service by providing information/direction, and welcoming each visitors to our facilities.

  • Provide an added layer of safety to our staff by using threat assessment/recognition, crisis intervention, de-escalation, facility threat procedures, situational awareness, etc.

  • Provide necessary assistance to staff and clients, improve safety and well-being while encouraging a positive atmosphere to all Burrell staff, clients and visitors.

 

Education and Experience:

  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Bachelor’s degree preferred
  • Customer Service experience preferred

 

Where you’ll be working:  

You will be working in Columbia area Burrell facilities.

 

What we offer:

Great pay, great schedule, great benefits, and an amazing culture of inclusiveness and positivity.  Burrell’s dedication to promoting diversity, multiculturalism, and inclusion is clearly reflected in all of our content and across all of our agency.  Diversity is more than a commitment at Burrell—it is the foundation of what we do. We are fully focused on equality and believe deeply in diversity of race, gender, sexual orientation, religion, ethnicity, national origin and all the other fascinating characteristics that make us different.

 

We are an Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action Employer, and encourage applications from all qualified individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, gender identity, gender expression, sexual orientation, national origin, age, marital status, disability or veteran status, or to other non-work related factors.

Burrell is a Smoke and Tobacco Free Workplace.

PHELPS COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT
INFORMATION SPECIALIST
SALARY: $26,000.00 ANNUALLY
 
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
• Health and dental insurance plan
• Life insurance
• Thirteen (13) paid holidays
• Two (2) weeks vacation
• Twelve (12) sicks days
• Lagers and CERF retirement systems.
 
VOLUNTARY BENEFIT PROGRAMS (AFLAC)
• Long Term Disability
• Short Term Disability
• Additional Life Insurance
• Cancer Insurance
• Accident insurance
• Critical illness insurance
• Hospital insurance
• Dental Insurance
• Supplemental dental insurance
• Vision Insurance
• Supplemental vision insurance
 
DESCRIPTION AND BASIC DUTIES
We are currently seeking a team member to work the evening shift, Sunday through Wednesday. However, you will be required to work various shifts during training and when requested.
• Computer proficiency
• Ability to multi-task
• Knowledge of office and clerical practices
• Good written and verbal communications skills
• Ability to operate office machines and equipment such as copiers, fax, etc., proficiently
• Be able to handle confidential information and materials
• Work under minimum supervision
• Willingness to learn
• Exercise independent judgment and make decisions
• Acts as a receptionist, handles telephone calls, takes and delivers messages, and receives visitors.
 
EXPERIENCE
• At least one-year clerical experience preferred, not required
 
EDUCATION
• High School diploma or equivalent (GED)
 
PHYSICAL DEMANDS
• Extended periods of sitting
 
OTHER REQUIREMENTS
• Must be at least 18 years of age
• Permitted to work in the United States
• Ability to work various shifts, weekends, and holidays
• Complete board interview, background investigation, and polygraph examination
Applications are available at the Phelps County Sheriff’s Department, located at 500 West 2nd, Rolla, Missouri. You can also request an application by emailing Information Specialist Supervisor Laura Johnson at laura.johnson@phelpscountysheriff.org. Please submit your application via email or in person at the Phelps County Sheriff’s Department.
 
The Phelps County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to offering employment opportunities without regard to race, color, religion, age, creed, gender, national origin, marital or veteran status, sexual orientation, disability, or any other legally protected status.
The Stone County Sheriff’s Office is currently seeking applications for a Road Deputy. Join our team and work around the Beautiful Table Rock Lake! Stone County is a great place to work and live!
 
Qualifications for the positions are:
 
POSSESS A MISSOURI POST LICENSE FOR PEACE OFFICERS
• Be at least 21 years of age.
• Be a citizen of the United States and a resident of Missouri.
• Be a graduate of a four-year high school or obtain a certificate of equivalency recognized by the Missouri Department of Education (i.e., G.E.D.).
• Be of good character, with no felony convictions
• Possess a valid Missouri Driver License.
• Possess ordinary physical strength.
• Pass a physical fitness test
 
Position is full time and will receive a complete benefit package after 6 months’ probation.
 
Starting pay is $18.15 an hour ($37,752)
 
Take home vehicle with restrictions on out of county and 12 hour shifts.
 
If interested in the Deputy Position, applications can be obtained online at www.stonecountymosheriff.com
 
Or you can apply in person at the Stone County Sheriff’s Office in Galena. Contact Chief Deputy Gideon for further information at 417-357-6116.

POLICE CHIEF WILLOW SPRINGS, MO.

 The City of Willow Springs is accepting applications for a full-time Police Chief. 

Qualifications include having a bachelor’s degree in Police Science, Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice, Public Administration, or a closely related field,

OR

At least 7 years of progressively increasing responsibility and experience in law enforcement administration. 

Applicants must also be P.O.S.T. Certified; and must possess or be able to obtain by date of hire a valid State Driver’s License without record of suspension or revocation in any state. 

Excellent benefits package. 

Full job description available at City Hall, along with a complete list of required skills, experience, and training. 

The City of Willow Springs is a drug-free workplace.  Pre-employment drug test is required.

Please contact City Hall with any questions at 417-469-2107 or by email at wscity@willowspringsmo.com

Applications may be obtained at City Hall, 900 W. Main Street and will be accepted through March 11, 2022. 

The City of Willow Springs is an Equal Opportunity Employer.  

City of Willow Springs

P.O. Box 190

Willow Springs, MO 65793

The Livingston County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for the position of Deputy Sheriff.

The successful applicant must possess:

  • A proper/valid Missouri P.O.S.T. license
  • Missouri driver’s license,
  • Typing/computer skills,
  • Excellent communications ability

The successful candidate must also be able to handle stressful situations and multiple tasks, be open to working a variety of shifts including weekends, nights, and holidays.

The position requires:

  • On the job training
  • Use of force and handling of firearms
  • Dealing with aggressive and violent people
  • Attending certified class instruction, and much more.

Application process may require an oral interview(s), written test, psychological exam, physical, drug screen, high school diploma or equivalent, and background investigation.

Livingston County provides equipment, 100% funding for L.A.G.E.R.S. retirement, 100% Health and Bridge Insurance for full time employees, $500 Healthcare Assistance Plan, life insurance and county contributes to C.E.R.F. retirement.

Current 2022 annual base salary for full time deputy is $37,917.96 ($18.23 per hour) plus 14 paid holidays in 2022 (being additional $2,552.20 dollars = $40,470.16 first year) plus overtime pay. 

This deputy position may also receive additional $100/month in salary supplement through DSSSF Grant.

Applications may be downloaded HERE or from the Employment Information page at www.livcoso.org and should be mailed to Sheriff Cox, 919 Jackson Street, Chillicothe, MO 64601, or emailed to scox@livcoso.org or sthomas@livcoso.org or call 660-646-0515.  

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

The Macon County Sheriff’s Office is seeking candidates interested in applying to be a Deputy Sheriff.
 
Deputies work 12 hours shifts with a newly approved schedule allowing for every other Friday-Sunday off.
 
The county offers health insurance, vacation time off, 13 paid holidays, and 2 retirement plans. The total benefits package is about $10,000.
 
A uniform allowance is provided with most equipment paid for.
 
Positions are available immediately.
 
Starting salary is $32,000+ per year.
 
Requirements:
– Must be 21 years of age or older
– Must possess a High School Diploma or equivalent
– Must possess a Missouri POST License
 
For questions or more details contact Sheriff Kevin Shoemaker at 660-385-2062.
The Miller County Adult Detention Center is now hiring for the position of Correctional Officer or Jail Deputy.
 
No experience is necessary.
 
REQUIREMENTS
  • Must be able to pass a background check.
  • Must be able to pass a drug test.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license.

The current starting salary is $27,040.00/year.

All work meals are available free of charge.

Medical insurance and 2 retirements, CERF and LAGERS.

Applicants with P.O.S.T. license will have a higher salary.

Any questions on applications you may contact Captain Hannon at (573) 369-2341 ext. 720 or by email at deputyhannon@millercountysheriff.com
The Cass County Sheriff’s Office has added a new Front Office Clerk to our list of open positions. To view our full list of employment opportunities, or to apply, visit us at: https://cassmosheriff.org/employment/
 
The Webster County Sheriff’s Office is hiring for:
 
SRO (School Resource Officer) – Applicants should be able, under general supervision, to perform technical work of moderate difficulty; to perform related work as required or assigned. Persons must be Missouri POST Certified and current with POST Hours. Must also have a working knowledge of relevant laws, rules and regulations pertaining to law enforcement. Starting pay is $17.00 per hour with an increase to $17.50 per hour after six months and a successful evaluation.
This position is eligible for LAGERS retirement benefits as well as vacation, sick time, holiday pay, health, dental, vision, life, and additional voluntary benefits.
 
INVESTIGATIONS CAPTAIN –
Applicant should be able under general supervision to perform technical work of moderate difficulty in law enforcement or investigative duties and to perform related work as required or assigned. Persons must be Missouri POST Certified and current with POST Hours. Must also have a working knowledge of relevant laws, rules and regulations pertaining to law enforcement. Supervisory experience is preferred. This position is eligible for LAGERS retirement benefits as well as vacation, sick time, holiday pay, health, dental, vision, life, and additional voluntary benefits.
 
Please mail or drop off your completed application along with a resume to the Webster County Justice Center, 203 E. Jefferson, Marshfield, MO 65706 by Monday, February 7th. Please contact 417-859-2247 for further information.
Click link for Application:

JANUARY 2022

Police Officer: The Boonville Police Department has an immediate opening for police officer. Applicants must be in good health and be able to successfully complete a high-level training program. Must be 21 years of age and be

P.O.S.T. certified or currently in a training academy. Starting Salary is

$38,559.04 ($18.54 per hour). Under FSLA Rules officer’s work 7-12-hour shifts per pay period or 84-hours for total compensation of $40,487.20 per year.

Overtime will be paid for anything over 86-hours per pay period.

The City of Boonville offers eleven holidays as listed. These are paid holidays if you are off work and aid overtime if you work the holiday.

• New Year Days

• Martin Luther King Jr.’s Holiday

• Presidents’ Day (for Fire Department, floating holiday)

• Memorial Day

• Independence Day

• Labor Day

• Thanksgiving Day

• Day after Thanksgiving

• Christmas Day

• Employee’s Birthday (to be used within 30 days of the employee’s date

of birth)

• Floating Holiday (one per calendar year)

The City of Boonville provides an excellent benefit package which includes paid vacation, sick leave, group health, life insurance and fully paid retirement plan. Applicants will be subject to written examination, physical fitness testing, Pre-employment physical, and drug screening at the discretion of the city. For further information contact the Boonville Police Department 401 East Morgan Street Boonville, Mo. 65233 or email Asst Chief Randall Ayers at randy.ayers@boonvillepd.org

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. EOE for race, sex, and handicapped status.

For Application, please copy and paste the following link:

http://boonvillemo.org/wp-content/uploads/2015/08/30e68d1f-7087-46d3-89a1- d613c0abcd66.pdf

The Edmundson Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer.

Applications can be obtained by going to the city web page www.cityofedmundson.com or by picking one up at the
Edmundson City Hall located at 4440 Holman Lane, Edmundson, MO 63134, during normal business hours (Mon-Thur
7:30am-5:30pm).

Starting Annual Pay Range is between: $54,878 and $61,297 depending on experience.

GENERAL DUTIES:
Performs police patrol, investigation, traffic regulation, community services and related law enforcement activities.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS FOR POLICE OFFICERS:

  • AGE REQUIREMENT: Must be at least 21 years of age, by date of appointment.
  • EDUCATION: Applicant must possess a valid high school diploma, or its educational equivalent.
  • ARREST RECORD: No pertinent felony record and no conviction of any crime related to domestic violence.  Applicant must have no pending indictments, no misdemeanor convictions such as, but not limited to, assault, unlawful use of a weapon, fraud, etc. Applicant cannot be on probation for any criminal charge.
  • COURTS: Applicant is not the Respondent on a Full Order of Protection and has no pending traffic citation(s) or court cases.
  • DRIVER’S LICENSE: Applicant must possess a valid driver’s license by date of appointment.
  • TRAINING: Applicant must have a Missouri POST Class A Peace Officer certification by date of appointment.

REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

• Good social skills and general intelligence
• Good knowledge of first-aid methods
• Good judgement; qualify in the use of firearms and other department approved weapons
• Ability to understand and carry out complex oral and written instructions
• Ability to drive an automobile
• Good powers of observation and memory
• Excellent moral character

All applications will be kept on file for a minimum of one year

The Camden County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for Dispatchers.
 
No experience necessary.
 
  • Must be able to pass background check.
  • Must be able to pass drug test.
  • Must have a valid driver’s license.
  • Must be a high school graduate or equivalent.
Current starting salary is $15.50 per hour.
All uniforms and equipment are supplied.
All work meals available free of charge.
Medical insurance.
2 retirements, CERF and LAGERS that are vested after 5 and 8 years.
 
Sheriff’s Office is currently hiring for the position of Deputy Sheriff.
 
Full-time$35,000 / year
 
The Cooper County, Missouri The Cooper County Sheriff’s Office is committed to serving the people of Cooper County and to the highest level of employee standards.
 
 
PHELPS COUNTY SHERIFF’S DEPARTMENT
 
CERTIFIED DEPUTY SHERIFF SALARY: $37,000.00 ANNUALLY
 
EMPLOYEE BENEFITS
  • Health and dental insurance plan
  • Life insurance
  • Thirteen (13) paid holidays
  • Two (2) weeks’ vacation
  • Twelve (12) sicks days
  • Lagers and CERF retirement systems.
VOLUNTARY BENEFIT PROGRAMS (AFLAC)
  • Long Term Disability
  • Short Term Disability
  • Additional Life Insurance
  • Cancer Insurance
  • Accident insurance
  • Critical illness insurance
  • Hospital insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Supplemental dental insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Supplemental vision insurance
DESCRIPTION AND BASIC DUTIES
  • This position requires the candidate to handle initial calls for service
  • Investigations Conduct traffic enforcement
  • Conduct detention related functions
  • Operate an emergency vehicle in a safe and defensive manner
  • Meet physical aspects of the job
  • Take part in overall community interaction/relations
  • Perform other duties as job requires
  • Computer proficiency
  • Ability to multi-task
  • Good written and verbal communications skills
  • Be able to handle confidential information and materials
  • Work under minimum supervision
  • Willingness to learn
  • Exercise independent judgment and make decisions
EDUCATION
  • High school diploma or equivalent General Education Development Certificate (GED)
  • Must be certified as a law enforcement officer in the state of Missouri or be eligible for licensing (waiver of MO academy requirement) as a peace officer in the state of Missouri by the Department of Public
PHYSICAL DEMANDS
  • The employee is frequently required to sit, walk, talk and hear; must occasionally lift and move up to 50 pounds
OTHER REQUIREMENTS
  • Must be at least 21 years of age
  • Permitted to work in the United States
  • Ability to work various shifts, weekends, and holidays
  • Complete board interview, background investigation, and polygraph examination
Applications are available at the Phelps County Sheriff’s Department, located at 500 West 2nd, Rolla, Missouri.
 
You can also request an application by emailing Lt. Paul Lambert at paul.lambert@phelpscountysheriff.org.
 
Please submit your application via email or in person at the Phelps County Sheriff’s Department.
 
The Phelps County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity
Are you looking for a new job? Are you hoping to begin or change your career?
 
Right now, the Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office has multiple openings for Corrections Officers, Deputies & one Clerical position.
 
All positions are full-time and include benefits.
 
Find details and applications here: http://www.jcsd.org/2148/Employment
 
Applications through Facebook cannot be accepted. You MUST fill out and return the official application found on our website.
 
Questions? Reach out to Jennifer Teal at 636-797-5022.
 
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

City of Des Peres Department of Public Safety

The Des Peres Department of Public Safety is recruiting to establish an eligibility list for the following positions:

  • Public Safety Officer/Police Officer – Paramedic or Emergency Medical Technician, applicants who are interested in being cross-trained as Firefighters.

Des Peres Department of Public Safety provides Police, Fire and Emergency Medical services to a community of 9,000. 

Starting salary is $61,304 to $67,394 depending on qualifications and experience, including excellent fringe benefit package.  

Successful applicant may be cross-trained as a Firefighter and Emergency Medical Technician (EMT).  The department also offers a Paramedic incentive training program. 

Initial assignment will be primarily assigned to patrol operations or the West County Center Detail (until fully trained) or assigned to shift operations (dependent on qualifications).

Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and meet all statutory requirements as a Class A, POST certified police officer in the State of Missouri.  Prior experience as police officer not required but preferred. Emergency medical services and firefighter experience preferred but not mandatory at time of application.  The department is placing an emphasis on those applicants who possess a valid Paramedic or EMT license, and/or have emergency medical service experience.

Selection process to include pre-applicant screening, preliminary interview, written examination, oral interview, interview with Director of Public Safety, psychological exam, and pre-employment physical including full drug screen.

If you have any questions relative to this advertisement or position please contact Lt. John Appelbaum at 314-835-6200.

Applications are available on the City of Des Peres website, www.desperesmo.org, or apply in person at the Des Peres Department of Public Safety, 1000 N. Ballas Road 63131.  Applications will be accepted until 4:00 P.M. on Friday, February 12, 2020.   

An Equal Opportunity Employer

The Fulton Police Department is currently seeking qualified applicants for the position of Police Officer. 

We are seeking career minded individuals that are POST Certified to join our team in serving this great community. 

The Fulton Police Department offers a competitive salary, generous Paid Time Off, Health, Dental, and Vision coverage, LAGERS Retirement System, Deferred Compensation Program, Sick Leave, Tuition Reimbursement, and more. 

Uniforms and equipment are furnished as well. 

The Fulton Police Department offers advancement and opportunities in our Detective Bureau, Special Response Team, Bicycle Patrol, and other specialized details. 

Fulton is a great place to live and raise a family with a very affordable cost of living. 

Applicants must be a high school graduate, a US citizen, and have no felony convictions. 

Applicants must pass an extensive background check.  

Current starting pay for Patrol Officer is $20.50 an hour with a raise after completing a six month probationary period. 

There are eleven paid holidays and overtime opportunities as well.

Your career in law enforcement is waiting for you at Fulton Police Department. Please contact us at 573-592-3100 for an application and more information on how to be a part of our team.

The Brookfield Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer.

Starting salary is $36,442.00 annually with a pay raise after successful completion of a six-month probationary period.  The Brookfield Police Department has several incremental pay levels as the employee continues their dedication to our department.  

Current maximum salary for the position of Police Officer is $49,774.00.

Benefits include: 100 % department paid-LAGERS retirement system, 100% department paid medical insurance for employees, paid overtime, paid vacation, paid sick leave and 11 paid holidays each year.  Department supplied training, uniforms and equipment.

The Brookfield Police Department is a proactive department involved in community events. Officers continually train in new areas. We have specially trained officers involved in DARE, SRO, Type II, SWAT, K9, Evidence Management, Hazmat Ops, FFI & FFII as well as several other areas. We also have officers certified to instruct in Less Lethal Munitions, Taser, Radar, PPCT, Firearms and Livescan.

Qualified applicants must hold valid Missouri Peace Officer license or be attending an academy, have a valid Missouri driver’s license, pass oral board, written test and background investigation.

To obtain an application, stop by the police department or send your resume and cover letter to the Brookfield Police Department, Attn: Personnel Officer, 116 W. Brooks St., Brookfield, MO 64628. Applications can also be obtained online at: http://www.brookfieldcity.com. Deadline for resume and completed application to be submitted: Open until filled.

The Brookfield Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

THE ROLLA POLICE DEPARTMENT IS SEEKING POST CERTIFIED POLICE OFFICERS.

The Rolla Police Department is accepting applications from POST CERTIFIED and CURRENT ACADEMY STUDENTS wishing to pursue a career in law enforcement.

Any full-time academy student who applies with our agency and completes our hiring process can be hired as a police cadet until graduation from the academy, at which time he/she will be promoted to a full-time patrol officer position. Upon completion of the department’s field training program and probationary period, we will reimburse the employee up to one half of the basic police academy training fee.

In order to participate in this offer, a 3-yr contract will be required at the time of employment as a police cadet, and the 3-yr time period will begin upon academy graduation.

Employees not honoring the contract will be required to pay back a pro-rated balance.

Part-time academy students will be considered for this offer on a case-by-case basis.

GRADE CLASSIFICATION: Grade P4

Starting Salary Range:

Police Cadet: $14.15/Hr

Patrol Officer: $44,006 to $46,613 estimated annually (includes holiday pay & shift differential)

FLSA: Full-Time, Non-Exempt

EMPLOYEE BENEFITS:      

Family health and dental insurance plan; life insurance; Custom Benefit Plan; eleven (11) paid holidays and one (1) personal holiday; two (2) weeks of vacation and twelve (12) sick days a year; shift differential pay.

DESCRIPTION OF BASIC DUTIES:        

Selected candidates will be community policing oriented and required to perform a variety of duties such as enforce city and state violations, investigate criminal activities, routine patrol duties, traffic control and traffic accident investigation, assist citizens, perform communications duties, enforce animal violations, operate an emergency vehicle in a safe and defensive manner, meet physical aspects of job, and perform other duties as job requires.

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:

High school diploma or equivalent General Education Development Certificate (GED).  Must be certified as a law enforcement officer in the state of Missouri, OR currently be enrolled in a law enforcement academy, OR be eligible for licensing (waiver of MO academy requirement) as a peace officer in the state of Missouri by the Department of Public Safety (DPS), as defined in Chapter 590 of RSMo.  More information can be found on the DPS website at www.dps.mo.gov. 

 PHYSICAL DEMANDS:

Employee is frequently required to sit, walk, talk and hear; use hands to finger, handle, or feel objects, tools, or controls.  Specific vision abilities required include close vision and the ability to adjust focus.  Must occasionally lift and/or move up to 50 pounds.  Full job description available.

OTHER REQUIREMENTS:

  • Must be a US citizen at least 21 years of age and possess a valid Missouri Driver’s License at time of appointment.
  • Must successfully pass the following: Peer Board interview, Police Personnel Board interview, Chief’s interview, psychological test, polygraph, background investigation, physical fitness test, physical & drug screen, and weapons qualification.

APPLY AT THE ROLLA POLICE DEPARTMENT, 1007 N. ELM ST., ROLLA, MO 65401 NO LATER THAN JANUARY 17, 2022.

RESUME REQUESTED.

  AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER – FEMALES AND MINORITIES ARE ENCOURAGED TO APPLY

EMPLOYER COMPLIES WITH ALL A.D.A. REQUIREMENTS

E-Mailable Job Application at:  www.rollacity.org

The City of Louisiana, Missouri is accepting applications for Full/ Part Time Police Officers.

Requirements:

  • Certificate attesting to successful completion of the Minimum Standards Basic Law Enforcement Training Course
  • United States Citizen
  • Good Moral Character
  • Able to physically perform the essential job functions
  • Speak and understand English

Job Responsibilities:

  • Maintain a constant presence in the community through regular patrols
  • Secure crime scenes and protect evidence from tampering or loss
  • Attend public events as security to help ensure peaceful attendance
  • Help identify potential crime spots and activities which may result in criminal acts
  • Remain vigilant regarding potential hazards or problems
  • Issues citations for traffic or similar violations
  • File Reports. Law enforcement officers must document their observations and actions performed in the line of duty
  • Make Arrests. Officers of the law are sworn to an oath and are granted the power to arrest and imprison suspects
  • Operate Equipment / Vehicles. Law enforcement employees usually wear a variety of equipment to help them perform the required duties
  • Conduct Criminal Investigations. Police Officers investigate crimes and utilize their observation, experience, and knowledge as a part of their patrolling and response calls

To apply, submit applications through City Hall in Louisiana, Missouri during the hours of 0800 hours and 1630 hours, Monday through Friday.

 

  The Osage County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for Sheriff’s Deputies.

The Sheriff’s Office offers competitive pay and opportunities of advancement through promotion. Salaries start at $40,000 per year. Apply online at www.osagesheriff.org or call 573-897-3927 to inquire.

Qualifications:·

  • High school diploma or equivalent.·
  • Must be 21 years of age or older.·
  • Must possess a valid Missouri operator’s license at time of appointment.·
  • Must possess a valid class A or B Missouri Peace Officer License or current enrollment in a police academy.·
  • Must pass a pre-employment drug screen prior to appointment.·

Applicants must be able to meet the physical demands of law enforcement activities which include, but not limited to, the ability to make forcible arrests and operate law enforcement equipment.·

Applicant must meet minimum qualifications set forth by the FBI and MSHP CJIS Security policy.

Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.

*Osage County and its Sheriff’s Office have adopted a strong policy in regards to hiring, conditions of employments, and promotions not to discriminate in any way in regard to gender, race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, religious beliefs, handicap or disability, sexual orientation, gender identity/expression, marital or parental status, military or veteran status, political affiliation or age.

Osage County is an Affirmative Action Employer.

 

 

The Vernon County Sheriff’s Office is now taking applications for:

Jail Administrator: $42,806.40

The position of jail administrator is responsible for the day to day operations of the jail including, scheduling, record keeping, approving incident reports, and advising the Sheriff on policy and procedures, contracts as well as coordinating with the inmate transportation unit. This position is a management position that requires some “hands-on” work in the jail when employees are on vacation or out for training.

Post Certification is preferred, or the ability to complete Police Academy within 24 months.

Full Benefits package included along with take home vehicle, gym membership, and cell phone.

To Apply: Applicants can send resume and cover letter to 2040 E Hunter in Nevada, attention Dianna Boultinghouse, by email at dmaus@vernoncosherriff.org OR visit www.vernoncosheriff.org to submit your resume.

THE CITY OF CASPER, WYOMING
invites applications for the position of Police Officer

SALARY: $27.03 – $34.55 Hourly
$4,685.20 – $5,988.67 Monthly
$56,222.40 – $71,864.00 Annually

OPENING DATE:
03/24/22
CLOSING DATE:
05/16/22 12:00 AM

CLASS SUMMARY:

Next Testing Period – May 23rd
(location and times to be announced)
Apply directly through our website at: https://casperwy.gov/

Applicants are responsible for reviewing the testing information to get details on the testing dates,
locations, and requirements. All communication about the testing process will be through the email
address each applicant provides on his/her application.

Incumbents are responsible for responding to calls for service and enforcing local, State, and
Federal statutes.

REPORTING STRUCTURE:
Receives general supervision from assigned Police Sergeant or higher-level supervisory and
management staff.
This position is driving essential (see driving requirements).

Potential for sign-on bonus:
Lateral Police Officer program pay depending on police experience
Wyoming lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $12,500 sign-on bonus
Out of state lateral Police Officers who meet certain criteria $7,500 sign-on bonus
Previous Wyoming Police Officers decertified through absence $5,000 sign-on bonus
Entry-level Police Officers one-time sign-on bonus of $3,000

Total Compensation
Employee Benefits

Learn more about our community:
https://www.visitcasper.com/
https://casperwyoming.org/
https://choosecpr.com/

TYPICAL CLASS ESSENTIAL DUTIES:
1. Patrols assigned area and responds to routine and complex emergency situations; assesses
nature of situation and scene; and mediates disputes.
2. Explains and enforces applicable Federal, State, and local laws and ordinances.
3. Conducts preliminary investigations on all crimes/accidents, incidents, and any other criminal
law violations.
4. Interviews witnesses, victims, suspects, and arrested persons to obtain pertinent information
concerning accidents/crimes; and conducts searches.
5. Makes arrests or takes persons into custody by carrying out duties in conjunction with Federal,
State, and local laws and ordinances
6. Enforces traffic laws; patrols or conducts stationary observation of traffic; utilizes radar to
detect speed violations; stops suspicious vehicles for investigation; investigates accidents; issues
warnings, citations, and arrests for violations; uses standard field sobriety tests to determine
impairment.
7. Prepares accurate and timely reports including accident, arrest, and various administrative
reports.
8. Gathers and preserves physical evidence.
9. Testifies in courtroom proceedings.
10. Represents the City of Casper by responding to the public, citizens, its employees, and
others in a prompt, professional, and courteous manner while continuously maintaining a positive
customer service demeanor.
11. Performs other duties of a similar nature or level.

Knowledge (position requirements at entry):
Knowledge of:
• Customer service principles.
• Proper English, including spelling, punctuation, and grammar.
• Modern office equipment and practices.
Abilities (position requirements at entry):
Ability to:
• Work a variety of shifts including weekends, nights, and holidays; subject to be on call as
needed (must respond within 20 minutes).
• Learn local geography including street names, numbering systems, directional orientation, and
major landmarks.
• Provide customer service.
• Act quickly and calmly in emergencies and stressful situations.
• Maintain proper use of vehicles, equipment, and apparatus including the use and care of
firearms.
• Routinely demonstrate the City of Casper core values.
• Follow all City safety rules and procedures and immediately report all accidents/incidents or
unsafe conditions to a supervisor.
• Prepare and maintain accurate records and reports.
• Maintain confidentiality.
• Analyze situations quickly and objectively and determine and take appropriate action.
• Learn standard broadcasting procedures of a police radio system.
• Comply with all training requirements.
• Prepare accurate and grammatically correct written reports.
• Learn and apply modern police practices and methods.
• Learn and apply department procedures, rules and regulations.
• Learn and apply applicable Federal and State laws, city ordinances, judicial rulings, and laws of
arrest.
• Learn safety practices and procedures.
• Learn and apply recordkeeping principles.
• Learn to drive an emergency vehicle under hazardous and/or emergency conditions.
• Learn court and evidence procedures.
• Operate modern office equipment including body cameras, in-car video system, and specialized
software systems.
• Learn and apply appropriate offensive and defensive weapons nomenclature and theory.
• Utilize self-defense tactics.
• Maintain a neat and professional appearance.
• Communicate effectively verbally and in writing.
• Follow written and verbal instructions and direction.
• Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of
work.

Skills (position requirements at entry):
Skill in:
• Communicating in a courteous, knowledgeable, and tactful manner with staff and the general
public.
• Customer service.
• Oral and written communication, sufficient to exchange or convey effective information and to
receive work direction.
• Operating modern office equipment, including computer software and operating
systems/applications.

TRAINING, EXPERIENCE & CERTIFICATIONS:
EDUCATION and EXPERIENCE:
• High school diploma or equivalent (G.E.D.) required.
• 21 years of age at the time of graduation from the Wyoming Law Enforcement Academy.

LICENSING and CERTIFICATIONS:
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a valid Wyoming Driver’s License within six (6) months of
hire.
• Possession of, or ability to obtain, a Wyoming Peace Officer Standards & Training (POST)
Certification, within twelve (12) months of hire.
• Must be legally qualified to possess and purchase a firearm.

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION & PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
The above job description is intended to represent only the key areas of responsibilities; specific
position assignments will vary depending on the business needs of the department.

Women, minorities, and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply.

Employment subject to extensive background investigation, including polygraph and psychological
examination. The successful candidate must pass a pre-employment drug screen test.

As a condition of employment, the successful candidate must utilize direct deposit for payroll
purposes.

Driving records are required for all new employees regardless of the position’s driving
requirements. If the employee has not held a Wyoming driver’s license for the last three years, the
employee must provide at their own initiation and expense a driving record from their previous
state(s) of residence.

Physical and Environmental Conditions: City of Casper employees that perform safety
sensitive tasks are subject to pre-employment and/or random drug testing. These tasks include,
but may not be limited to:
• Emergency response/rescue
• Handling or working with hazardous materials, including chemicals as well as solid and liquid
waste
• Operating or maintaining water and wastewater systems
• Maintaining City computer and data systems including networks, servers, communication
systems, etc.
• Driving for the City of Casper, whether essential or non-essential
• Operating power-driven machinery or equipment
• Handling confidential information, including personnel, health, financial, or attorney-client
information
• Working with or around children

Positions in this class typically require: balancing, stooping, climbing, scaling, crouching, reaching,
standing, walking, running, lifting, grasping, feeling, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions.
Medium Work: Exerting up to 50 pounds of force occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds of force
frequently, and/or up-to 10 pounds of force constantly to lift, carry, push, and pull or otherwise
move objects, including the human body.

Incumbents may be subjected to loud noises, light disturbance, workspace restrictions, dusts,
odors, fumes, and chemicals. Incumbents may be subject to perform duties either indoors or
outdoors and on uneven terrain, which may include extreme climate/weather conditions.
Incumbents may be subjected to exposure and risk in working with hostile, resistant, and unstable
persons. The nature of duties involves constant mental and visual attention, and potential personal
danger. Incumbents in this position will be in situations where they may experience
critical/traumatic events and need to have the ability to quickly move between work spaces and/or
facilities.

Driving Requirements: For driving essential positions, employment with the City of Casper is
contingent upon a satisfactory driving record. A driving record that reflects any of the following
criteria is considered unsatisfactory:

1) Convicted of three (3) or more moving violations within the previous 36 months (three separate, individual incidents);

2) A conviction within the previous 36 months of any of the following:

  • Driving under the influence of drugs or alcohol;
  • Leaving the scene of an accident;
  • Fleeing to avoid arrest;
  • Reckless Driving;
  • Homicide or assault by motor vehicle;
  • Driving without auto insurance;
  • Driving on a suspended license;
  • Refusal to take blood/breathalyzer test for suspected DUI or impaired driving.

If you have questions regarding the background screen, pre-employment drug test or driving
record, please contact the Human Resources Office at (307)235-8344 prior to accepting a job offer.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.casperwy.gov
200 N. David – Human Resources
Suite 107
Casper, WY 82601
(307)235-8344
(307)235-8421
hrood@casperwy.gov
Position #1132-07 POLICE OFFICER

The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
  • Starting salary up to $33200.00 per year
  • $30 per month cell phone allowance
  • Take home vehicle 
  • County employees retirement fund(CERF)
  • Small County working environment
  • 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off (Friday,Saturday and Sunday)
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms and equipment provided
  • Must be POST certified. If you are not POST certified, contact us for possible sponsorship through the academy.
  • The Schuyler County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer
Please apply in person at 110 W Washington St in Lancaster Missouri. You may contact the Sheriff at 660-956-9493 or by email at schuylersheriff969@gmail.com for more information. 
 
The Cape Girardeau County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the communications officer position.
 
Applicants must be at least 18 years old at the time of employment, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, be a U.S. citizen, and not have any felony record or convictions for any crime involving moral turpitude.
 
Applicants will ideally have general computer knowledge, be able to deal well with the public professionally, and complete multiple tasks simultaneously.
 
The position works 12-hour shifts, including days and nights, with rotating days on and off, including holidays.
 
Primary duties include, but are not limited to:
  • Answering emergency (911) calls and non-emergency calls for service
  • Serving as the central answering point for the Sheriff’s Office
  • Logging calls for service and dispositions into our computer-aided dispatch programs
  • Dispatching a radio law enforcement officer, fire departments, and medical first responders to calls for service
  • Entering and maintaining warrants, orders of protection, and updating the sex offender registry.
Prior experience is not required.
 
Starting pay is $16.00 an hour. In addition, to pay, the position includes a standard county benefits package, including 12 paid holidays, two retirement programs, health, dental, and vision insurance, paid vacation time, and a $50.00 monthly uniform allowance.
 
Interested parties can pick up an application at the sheriff’s office at 216 N. Missouri St. Jackson, MO 63755 or complete one online or download one from our website www.capecountysheriff.org
 
For more information, please contact Lt. Zachary Dillard at 573-243-3551.

The Lewis County Sheriff’s Office is looking to hire a part-time cook.

The schedule would be every other weekend and one night a week with pay being $11.15 per hour.

If interested, please contact the office at 573-767-5287 or stop by to get an application.

Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
  • Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
  • County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
  • Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
  • Partially-paid Spouse and Dependent Paid Health Insurance
  • 13 Paid Holidays
  • Paid Vacation Time
  • Paid Sick Leave
  • Cell Phone Stipends for some
  • All Equipment needed is provided
  • Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
  • In house gym
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer Patrol

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for a Deputy Sheriff-Bailiff/Process Server.

Must be POST certified.

We offer paid health, vision and dental insurance for the employee, a retirement package, Monday-Friday, some weekends, paid bi-weekly, and more.

If you are interested in becoming a part of our team, apply at the Washington County Sheriff’s Office at 116 W. High Street Potosi, MO 63664 or online.

The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer.

The Andrew County Sheriff’s Office is now accepting applications for the positions of Detention Officer – both Deputy and Civilian – as well as 911 dispatchers.
 
Benefits include:
$15.30 / hr.
Paid training
Uniforms and equipment provided (if required)
12 hour shifts with every other weekend off
Paid holidays
Paid vacation
Paid sick leave
Health insurance
Vision and dental insurance (optional)
2 retirement plans
 
Applications can be picked up at the Sheriff’s Office located at 400 E. Main Street, Savannah, Mo 64485.
The Iron County Sheriff’s Office has immediate openings for A Full-Time DEPUTY SHERIFF
 
  • Competitive salary
  • Paid health insurance for employee
  • Health savings plan
  • County employees retirement fund
  • LAGERS retirement
  • 12 hour rotating shifts with every other weekend off
  • Vacation and sick pay
  • Uniforms provided
 
If you have any questions please contact Detective Chris Barton cbarton@icsomo.org

The Morgan County Sheriff’s Office has several road deputy positions available. 

Starting Pay: $42,550.40

Benefits include paid health insurance, retirement, 14 paid holidays, 8 hours sick leave earned per month, and paid vacation.

Apply in person at 211 E. Newton, Versailles; email Rick Bias at rbias@morgancountymo.gov; or apply online.

Cooper County Sheriff’s Office is seeking to hire motivated staff members for Detention Officers and Court House Security Officers.

Pay is based on training and experience.
 
Apply at the office for an immediate interview or online.
 
Options for academy contracts.
Hiring Now In Cole County, Missouri: Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 

Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office

 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Maries County Sheriff’s Office is taking applications for part time Dispatchers/Jailers.
 
The part-time shifts available are 7 days a week either: 7:00am-3:00pm or 3:00pm-11:00pm.
 
Starting pay is $15/hour.
 
Position requires a person who is at least 18 years of age, can pass a pre-employment drug test, random drug tests, pass a background check, possesses good interpersonal skills, and has a desire to serve their community with an agency that is more like a family than a job.
 
Pick up an application at the Sheriff’s Office in Vienna or email a resume to sjohn@mariescountymo.gov

The Newton County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring Corrections Officers

Starting Pay: $14.89 hourly pay rate.
Pay increase to $15.14 after successful 90-day probation period.

Full-time position, applicants with an active Missouri POST license can be commissioned after probationary period.

Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available.

CERF Retirement Plan.

Uniforms and duty gear provided.

Job Duties/Responsibilities:

  • Monitors and directs group and individual behavior among the inmates to prevent, control and resolve inmate problems or conflicts.
  • Escorts and/or transports inmates to and from various activities within and outside the jail.
  • Assists with the inmate admission, classification and release processes.
  • Monitors and directs various inmate programs (e.g. recreation, visitation, etc.).
  • Provides and summons assistance and aid for inmates while maintaining the safety and security of the facility.
  • Dispenses authorized medications and administers first aid and CPR.
  • Delivers meals, mail, supplies, etc., to the inmates.
  • Maintains necessary financial records (e.g. cash accounts in inmate and canteen funds, bail, fines, etc.).
  • Collects, maintains, and completes necessary records and reports (e.g. criminal history, medical screening, medication delivery, inmate activity, inmate property, fingerprints, photographs, visitor logs, incident and discipline reports, etc.).
  • Searches and observes inmates, visitors, vendors, and others to ensure security.
  • Inspects all jail areas to ensure adherence to all jail policies and procedures (e.g. sanitation, security, etc.) and ensures that these aspects of the jail operation are maintained.
  • Acts as an unrestricted Deputy Sheriff in emergency situations such as riots, large scale civil disobedience, natural disasters and other situations as determined by the Sheriff.
  • Demonstrates punctual and reliable attendance in accordance with designated work schedule.
  • Complies with applicable safety rules, laws, and practices; uses proper safety equipment and procedures in all operations.
  • Performs other related duties and responsibilities as assigned.


Reports to:
Immediate Supervisor; Corrections Corporal; Corrections Sergeant; Corrections Division Lieutenant

Requirements for applicants:

  • Must be a U.S. Citizen
  • At least 18 years of age
  • Must possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Able to work 12-hour shifts
  • Experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.


If you have previously applied for this position in the last 6 months, do not re-apply.
Applications will be accepted until this post is removed.

Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Corrections Lieutenant Mike Barnett – 417-451-8311

JAIL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is seeking a Prevention Education Specialist

Job Details:

Full-time
Wentzville, MO
 

Job Description

Prevention Education Specialist – 10 Month, Academic Year – Wentzville Position Description: The Prevention Education Specialist will deliver school and community-based presentations on various child abuse prevention topics for professionals who are mandated reporters, parents, and children of preschool through high school age.
 
In addition, the Prevention Education Specialist will attend community meetings and participate in community events to represent The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri when appropriate.
 
Primary Job Duties and Responsibilities
  • 1. Provide agency approved presentations for children ranging from Early Childhood thru High School on various topics of sexual abuse prevention.
  • 2. Provide agency approved presentations for parents on sexual abuse prevention.
  • 3. Provide mandated reporter trainings for professionals who work with children.
  • 4. Maintain contact with counselors or staff/administrators to schedule programs for assigned schools.
  • 5. Grade and import data collected from presentations.
  • 6. Maintain data and statistics for reporting purposes.
  • 7. Research and update to programs to ensure best practice.
  • 8. Attend community meetings, as needed.
  • 9. Serve as a representative of the agency.
  • 10. Other duties as assigned. Qualifications Minimum of a bachelor’s degree in education, criminal justice, social work, or human services field or 3-5 years of field experience.

Benefits include: 14 paid holidays, generous PTO, medical/vision/dental insurance, and more.

Reports to and supervised by: Prevention Education Program

Director Classification: Non exempt 10 month/academic year schedule

Schedule

Standard business schedule
 

Benefits

Medical insurance
Paid time off
Dental insurance
Vision insurance
 
 
The Child Advocacy Center of Northeast Missouri is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

LEWIS COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS HIRING

 

Starting Pay: $35,000 a Year – Negotiable If Prior Experience

Full Benefits Package Including Health Insurance, Retirement, Paid Overtime, Paid Holidays, Etc.

  • All Equipment Provided by County
  • Take Home Vehicle

For Inquiries Call 573-767-5287

 

The Carroll County Sheriff’s Office is hiring deputies.

We have immediate openings if you know someone that would be willing to relocate and start, or continue, their career in Carroll County.

Please spread the word.

Applications can be picked up at the office or apply online on our Facebook page.

POST License is required.

The Platte County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for full time Civilian Detention Officers.
 
Qualified candidates must
  • Be at least 18 years of age
  • Possess a high school diploma or GED
  • Successfully complete all phases of the employment process.
 
Initial Uniforms and Equipment provided. After 12 months, a $50/month uniform allowance is added to the salary for maintenance and upkeep.
 
If you are interested in receiving more information or would like to get started in the employment process, please click here.
 
For further information call the Platte County Sheriff’s Office at (816) 858-2424
 
The Platte County Sheriff’s Office an Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider applicants for all positions without regard to race, color, religion, creed, gender, national origin, age, disability, marital or veteran status, or other protected status.

SEMA has an opening for a Regional Coordinator in the St. Louis area.

SALARY: 58,452.47

The Missouri State Emergency Management Agency has responsibility for coordinating disaster response and recovery operations across Missouri – responding to everything from tornadoes and flooding to ice storms to the coronavirus pandemic. SEMA operates the State Emergency Operations Center and provides training and grants to strengthen Missouri’s resilience against natural disasters. 
SEMA’s mission is to help our fellow Missourians prepare for, respond to and recover from all emergencies. Each step will be guided by our core values of respect, integrity, trust, honesty and compassion.

Job Description:
•    Liaison between local officials (including Emergency Management Directors) and SEMA on all matters relating to emergency management. 
•    Work with the Statewide Volunteer Services Coordinator to integrate volunteer services responsibilities in local emergency management activities. 
•    Conduct four quarterly Regional Coordinator meetings/workshops annually to inform and train local officials in their duties and responsibilities. 
•    Assist local officials in the development or revision of all-hazard emergency operations plans.
•    Support the SEMA training program through participation in courses, seminars and workshops. Participate in state-level exercises.
•    Complete all required paperwork accurately and in a timely manner. Participate in scheduled conference calls and internal regional coordinator meetings.
•    Maintain communication with the Division Supervisor to keep him/her advised on regional activities and emergencies.
•    Other duties as assigned.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
•    Knowledge of the phases of emergency management and their relevance to public safety. 
•    Knowledge of the policies, regulations, guides, and precedents pertinent to the assigned emergency management phase(s). 
•    Knowledge of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program (HSEEP). 
•    Skill in managing and resolving conflict in high intensity situations.  
•    Ability to gather, correlate, summarize, interpret, and report a variety of technical information and data. Ability to analyze implications, identify trends, and apply conclusions to complex problems. 
•    Ability to operate a motor vehicle and maintain a valid vehicle operator’s license. 
•    Ability to work nights, weekends, holidays and overtime as required.  
•    Ability to comprehend, interpret, communicate, and apply regulations, procedures, and related emergency management information.  
•    Knowledge of the different types of private, volunteer, and governmental emergency response and recovery programs and their purpose. 

Qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree and 2-4 years of relevant experience. (Substitutions may be allowed.)

Job Location:  This position will be located at Region C (UASI) includes St. Charles, St. Louis, Franklin, St. Louis City and Jefferson counties.

If you have questions about this position please contact:
DPS.Hires@dps.mo.gov

The State of Missouri is an equal opportunity employer. We celebrate diversity and are committed to creating an inclusive environment for all employees.

For details and how to apply click here.

 
Cole County Sheriff’s Office is Hiring  Patrol Officers and Detention Officers
 
Starting Salaries:
Post Certified Deputies $40,000 + Benefits
Detention Officers $35,000 + Benefits
+ up to $5200 in premium pay based on start date
 
Excellent Benefits Package includes:
Missouri’s Local Government Employees Retirement System (LAGERS)
County Employees Retirement Fund (CERF)
Fully-paid Employer Paid Health Insurance
Partially-paid Spouse and Dependant Paid Health Insurance
13 Paid Holidays
Paid Vacation Time
Paid Sick Leave
Cell Phone Stipends for some
All Equipment needed is provided
Take home car is available to Patrol Deputies
In house gym
 
With 115 employees and four divisions (Administration, Patrol, Support Services and Detention) we offer opportunity for growth and advancement.
 
Cole County is a suburban-rural area of 398 square miles where Missouri’s State Capitol resides. Our 75,000 residents are extremely supportive of law enforcement which is helpful in making ours an excellent work environment.
 
Submit your resume to be considered for a position or for more information you can go to: https://colecounty.org/220/Sheriffs-Office
 
The Cole County Sheriff’s Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Newton County Sheriff’s Office has an opening for a patrol deputy.

Starting pay: $18.97/hour
Pay increase after successful 90-day probation period.
Full-time position, commissioned.
Health, Vision and Dental Insurance benefits available. CERF Retirement Plan.
​Uniforms, equipment, duty gear, POST continuing education and patrol vehicle are provided*.

Responsibilities:
Maintain law and order and serve legal process of the courts by performing duties, including but not limited to; processing citizen complaints, documenting and writing reports on law violations, transporting prisoners, service of civil process, and overall general law enforcement in the county.

Requirements for applicants:

  • Be at least 21 years of age
  • Must be a U.S. Citizen and reside in the State of Missouri
  • Must possess high school diploma or GED
  • Must possess current Missouri P.O.S.T. certification or equivalent from another state
  • Must be able to work rotating 12-hour shifts
  • Must meet vision, hearing and physical agility standards (WorkSTEPS®)
  • Must possess a valid Missouri driver’s license
  • Be able to pass a reference and background investigation, which may include a polygraph/voice stress exam
  • Be able to relocate within Newton County in a reasonable amount of time, as determined by the Sheriff
  • All probationary deputies must successfully pass NCSO field training program

*residency requirement for take home patrol vehicle

Reports to:
Shift Sergeant; Patrol Division Lieutenant

Two years of prior law enforcement experience is preferred but not necessary to apply.

Applications will be accepted until this posting is removed.
Any questions regarding this position may be forwarded to Patrol Lieutenant Trevor Williams – 417-451-8300

PATROL: Applications will be accepted by e-mail, in person, mail, or fax 417-451-8352

CAREER OPPORTUNITY
MISSOURI DIVISION OF ALCOHOL AND TOBACCO CONTROL

Title:

Agent

Location:

Jefferson City District Office
1738 E. Elm St. – Lower Level Jefferson City, MO 65101
$46,423.68 Annual Salary

DESCRIPTION:
A vacancy currently exists within the Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control. The position works from the Jefferson City District Office and will be assigned a designated territory within the boundaries of District 2 (see
https://atc.dps.mo.gov/about/contact_us.html). Agents of the Division are responsible for enforcing all Missouri statutes and regulations relating to the manufacture, distribution and sale of alcoholic beverages as set out in Chapter 311, RSMo.

BENEFITS
Agents are provided a state vehicle for work-related travel, and scheduling allows for some flexibility when not assigned to the district office. The State of Missouri also offers a comprehensive benefits package, which can be reviewed here, https://oa.mo.gov/state-employees-new#mini-panel-state-employees-tabs2. Annual grant programs also provide Agents an opportunity to earn overtime pay.

EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED:
Business hours for the district office are 8:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday; however, an Agent’s hours will routinely vary, and will generally consist of approximately 40% office work and 60% field work, with fluctuations based on seasonal demand and staffing. Each district is responsible for conducting weekly enforcement activities which may consist of late nights, extended hours, weekend work, and possible overnight stays.

Office/administrative duties include, but are not limited to: serving as the primary point of contact for liquor license applicants, licensees, city/county clerks and local law enforcement agencies within a designated territory, and to review liquor license applications for completeness and eligibility.

Field work includes, but is not limited to: conducting retailer education training programs, completing routine inspections and site visits, investigating citizen complaints/surveillance, conducting joint enforcement activities with local law enforcement agencies, and conducting self-initiated and supervisor-directed enforcement activities primarily consisting of plainclothes operations.

QUALIFICATIONS:
To qualify for the position, the applicant must:

 Be a United States citizen and taxpaying resident of Missouri at time of hire;
 Possess a valid Missouri driver license;
 Be proficient in the English language;
 Possess a high school diploma or an equivalent certificate;
 Possess a Class A Missouri POST license at the time of appointment;
 Possess ordinary physical strength;
 Have a minimum of two (2) years law enforcement experience;
o College coursework in criminal justice or a closely related field or military police service may be substituted on a year-for-year basis.
 Reside within 60 miles of the office or relocate within six months; and,
 Be able to pass a job-related assessment exam, oral interview, criminal record check and background investigation, drug screening, polygraph, and psychological evaluation.

APPLICATION PROCEDURE:
Individuals who wish to be considered for this position must complete a State of Missouri Application on the MO Careers website. Completed applications, with any supplemental documents such as a cover letter, resume, college/university transcript(s), etc., must be completed and submitted by Tuesday, March 22, 2022, at 11:59 P.M., Central Standard Time. The MO Careers website can be accessed via
https://mocareers.mo.gov/hiretrue/mo/mocareers/index.html.

ASSESSMENT TESTING AND INTERVIEWS:
Computerized assessment tests will be conducted at the Jefferson City district office. Candidates meeting the minimum qualifications will be contacted for scheduling purposes.
Interviews will be scheduled at a later determined date.

EQUAL OPPORTUNITY STATEMENT:
The Division of Alcohol and Tobacco Control is an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will be considered for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability status, or any other non-merit factor.

The City of Bourbon, Missouri is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. All applicants must be a U.S. citizen, must be 21 years of age, a graduate of high school or possess a G.E.D equivalent, possess a valid Missouri Driver’s license and be Missouri P.O.S.T. Certified. 

Starting salary for this position will be $18.25 per hour, 13 paid holidays Shift Differential, Grant Time Pay, Paid Overtime.

Work schedule:

12 hour shifts, rotate every 2 months between days and nights , off every other Friday, Saturday, and Sunday

Benefits:

  • Health and dental insurance, and vision 100% paid for by the city
  • Lagers 100% paid for by the city
  • 75% paid health insurance for spouse.

Applications can be picked up at the Bourbon Police Department, 355 E. Pine St. Bourbon Mo 65441. For questions or to request an application call 573-732-4838/573-732-5550. Applications will be accepted until Position is filled. The City of Bourbon is an equal opportunity employer.

 

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