Police Officer

Saint Paul, MN
Saint Paul Police Department
Salary: $$56,222.40-$$85,737.60 Annually

Performs community engagement work involving the safety and protection of the community. Builds trust and nurtures legitimacy between the police and the community. Works to preserve peace, regulate traffic, patrol assigned areas, provide emergency services, and monitor, prevent and control neighborhood crime. Initiates and participates in community engagement activities to foster positive community relationships. Maintains knowledge of the city, and is invested in and respects Saint Paul’s citizens, neighborhoods and cultures. Demonstrates empathy, accountability, and transparency to deliver trusted service with respect. Attends City meetings and consults with leaders in both business and residential communities. Performs other related duties and responsibilities as required.

Salary $56,222.40 – $85,737.60 Annually

Closing 1/24/2018 4:30 PM Central

Qualifications:

Requirements
Applicants must be at least 21 years of age and be licensed or eligible for licensure as a Peace Officer in the State of Minnesota.

Must possess and maintain a valid Minnesota Class D Driver's License or equivalent out-of-state license. The driver's license must have no suspensions or revocations for driving-related offenses within the two year period prior to date of appointment. Suspensions for parking-related offenses are excluded.

Certain positions may require speaking fluently in a second language. Possible languages include: Vietnamese, Hmong, Cambodian, Spanish, Somali, Skaw, Pwo, Oromo, Amharic, Karen, and Laotian.

Must be a United States citizen with no felony convictions; including pardons and/or expungements, no criminal convictions of gross misdemeanor or equivalent level, no physical assault, domestic assault, or eluding the police convictions.

Additional Requirements:

Must maintain P.O.S.T. licensure.
Must be able to work any shift within a twenty-four hour period, including weekends and holidays (days, afternoons, overnights).
Must take annual PT exam, all department required training, and meet regular firearms training qualifications.