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Police Officer

Grants Pass, OR
Grants Pass Department of Public Safety

As a member of the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety you have an opportunity to join an exciting, dynamic department where your law enforcement skills will help protect and serve nearly 38,000 citizens. Our career avenues are wide open. Opportunities include Patrol, Motors (Traffic), Detectives, K-9’s, Crime Prevention and School Resource Officer. There are tremendous opportunities for career advancement. You can go as far as your ambition and skills take you. We will provide the training and opportunities. There has never been a better time to join the Grants Pass Department of Public Safety!

This position works rotating shifts including days, nights and weekends. High call volume and a fast paced environment are part of being a City of Grants Pass Police Officer.

Salary
$56,950.40 – $77,521.60 Annually

Closing
7/19/2019 5:00 PM Pacific

Responsibilities:

The City of Grants Pass is a High Performance Organization that has a well-defined Mission, Vision and Values which provides the framework for our organizational culture. We believe that the best solutions come from empowered teams with the knowledge and shared vision of our community's goals. We promote a legacy of excellence through a culture of trust, collaboration, and encouragement of personal growth and the celebration of our achievements. We seek to attract adaptable, creative and motivated individuals who share our community pride and dedication to exceptional public service.

If you are an individual who appreciates a working team environment, which focuses on trust, crucial communications, commitment, accountability and results, then the City of Grants Pass may be a great place for you!

Qualifications:

Graduation from High School or GED and 1 year of work experience are required; or an equivalent combination of education and experience sufficient to perform the essential duties of the job as those listed.
Must be 21 years of age at time of hire.
Meet physical standards as set by the Department of Public Safety on Standards and Training (DPSST).