A unique career opportunity for you to make a difference and serve your community by becoming a Police Officer for the Boise Police Department. They have current openings!
Public Safety Testing will be conducting testing on September 6, 2014 in Boise, ID! To sign-up for the test, please visit our website and click on the "Sign Up" link to complete the easy application process at http://www.PublicSafetyTesting.com. Please visit our website for additional testing dates.
Boise is a city nestled along the river where the desert softly meets the mountains ... A city that major corporations choose to call home because they find urban amenities without urban hassles ... A city touched by four seasons but always with moderation ... A city where your daytime golf game could be the warm-up for your nighttime of skiing ... A city given birth by hard-working visionary pioneers, nurtured by their offspring and treasured by those who sustain her life today. Idaho's capital city is a small city with a big heart and a hometown feeling. Please visit our city's website at www.cityofboise.org
Salary and Benefit Information:
Salary is dependent upon the officer's education or P.O.S.T. certification.
Probationary Police Officer - Probationary status for a period of one year from date of hire.
Police Officer I, II, III - Annual promotions based on satisfactory performance evaluations.
Probationary- $3371 - $3719;
Police Officer I -$4010 - $4348;
Police Officer II- $4172 - $4508;
Police Officer III- $4967 - $5304.
Shift Differential -Differential pay dependent upon shifts worked: 3% - Swings; 5% - Nights.
Advancements based on specific criteria of longevity, and training hours.
*Paid overtime for required work or court appearance.
*A yearly clothing allowance of $1200.00.
*Excellent health and dental insurance for employee paid through a Police and Fire Union Health Care Trust.
*Dry cleaning allowance
*Ten paid holidays
*Sick leave, with partial payment for accumulated unused sick leave upon retirement.
*Excellent retirement benefits under a State plan.
*Accrued annual leave from 10 to 20 hours per month, depending on years of service.
*Life and disability insurance options.
*Deferred Compensation and Post Employment Health Plan - contributions are matched up to 4.5% of annual salary and are tax deferred.
*Medicare only contributions are made into Social Security.
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A career in public safety is an honorable and rewarding one -- sign up today!