Police Officer - Part time
Ottawa Hills Police Department - Ottawa Hills, Ohio
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OTTAWA HILLS POLICE DEPARTMENT 2125 RICHARDS ROAD OTTAWA HILLS, OHIO 43606 www.ottawahills.org/police Updated: February 18, 2014 Job Classification: Police Officer (Part-time) The Ottawa Hills Police Department is currently hiring for Police Officer (Part-time). All testing through National Testing Network (NTN) must be completed by March 22, 2014. Salary Information: Part-time police officer pay range $18.23-$20.54 per/hr Full-time police officer pay range $43,230-$59,054 annual Benefit Information: Health care is available for full-time police officers, as well as part-time officers that average more than 25 hours worked per week. Full-time police officers receive paid holiday time, sick leave accrual, sick leave bonus, vacation accrual, and comp time. Contact Information: John Wenzlick Chief of Police firstname.lastname@example.org Area Information: The Village of Ottawa Hills is a residential community adjacent to the City of Toledo. Established in 1915, the Village of Ottawa Hills features tree-lined streets, a meandering creek, abundant wildlife and lush greenery. At the same time, the Village is only minutes away from the University of Toledo, shopping centers and restaurants. Population: 4,490
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- Age: : TBA
- Education: : 2-yera College Degree or equivalent number of credits
- Experience: : Entry
Job Requirements US Citizen: Yes High School Grad/GED: Yes Valid OHIO State Driver's License: Yes Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes College: 2-year Degree Academy Certification: Yes Necessary Certifications: State of Ohio Police Officer Certification by time of appointment. Schooling Prior and Post Hiring: Associate’s degree, or the equivalent number of quarter / semester hours, from an accredited college or university. Disqualifiers:A complete list of disqualifiers is available at www.ottawahills.org/employment.