Sunnyside Police Department
818 EAST EDISON AVENUE
SUNNYSIDE, WASHINGTON 98944
Web Site: http://www.ci.sunnyside.wa.us/services/police/index.php
Updated: September 08, 2010
Closing Date: Thursday, 9/30/2010, 5:00 P.M., to City Hall:
818 E Edison Avenue
Sunnyside, WA 98944
Classification: Entry-Level Police Officer
$3,879 - 4,979/mo. (not including specialty and premium pays)
Premium pays include Spanish bilingual 1.5%, Education 3%, Physical Fitness 3%, SRO/Detective Assignment 3%, and Field Training Officer 3%.
Description: Under the direction of an assigned Police Sergeant, perform proactive police protection and other services to safeguard the lives, property, and constitutional rights of the citizens of Sunnyside; respond to crime and accident scenes, emergency situations, and other request for assistance; detect, apprehend, and arrest criminals; enforce the laws and ordinances of the City; perform a variety of specialized duties as assigned.
The City of Sunnyside is an Equal Opportunity / Affirmative Action Employer.
Testing Information: For testing information go to www.nationaltestingnetwork.com
Oral Boards to be held 10/6 & 10/7, 2010.
* Must be 21 years of age.
* Citizen of the United States with a valid Washington State Drivers License at the time of appointment and excellent driving record. If applicant possesses a valid license in another state, will have the ability to obtain a WADL within 30 days of appointment.
* Be a High School graduate or equivalent
* Must have good moral character and successfully pass a polygraph test, psychological exam, medical examination, and a financial review.
* Must be without pending or prior convictions for domestic violence, felony convictions, and no disqualifying misdemeanor convictions.
* All eligible applicants will be fingerprinted prior to appointment for a thorough background investigation.
* A period of 12 months probation is required before the Officer is classed as a regular employee.
TO PRE-TEST and QUALIFY for this position, go to: www.NationalTestingNetwork.com and select "Law Enforcement," then select the department/position. Read the department job requirements and if qualified, schedule testing at either the Everett, WA facility or in Kennewick, WA. Schedule test date and time(s) on the calendar, fill out the application and history forms. Be at the test location at least 30 minutes prior to test time for check-in and briefing. If you have questions, call 425-423-9922. There is a Google Map on our website under "Testing Locations" at the bottom of the front page.