Police Officer I


POSITION
Summary:
This position's work consists of patrolling, enforcing laws and responding to emergency calls within a certain district of the City. This position is subject to working a variety of shifts including weekends and holidays due to 24-hour/7days a week departmental operations and is also subject to emergency call-in. This position works under direct supervision and is normally supervised by a Police Sergeant.

MINIMUM Qualifications:
Must be 21 years of age at start of employment. High School graduate or GED equivalent. Must possess a valid Missouri P.O.S.T. Certificate at time of starting employment. Must be able to qualify with department issued firearms. Must possess and maintain a valid Missouri Motor Vehicle Operator's license within 30 days of employment. Vision must be correctable to 20/40; must pass the Ishihara color vision test and/or be able to recognize the colors of traffic signals and devices showing red, green and amber; and must meet established hearing standards. Must possess no felony convictions and have no serious misdemeanor convictions within the past 5 years. No offensive tattoos or brands (i.e. depicting or supporting criminal behavior, drug usage, nudity, profanity, promiscuity, subversive groups, bigotry, etc.) No tattoo or brand may be visible while wearing any department approved or issued uniform or plain clothes attire. Must be able to pass in-house training courses on the proper use of various police equipment. Must possess a high degree of integrity, strong work ethic and ability to work with minimal supervision. The employee must be able to lift, carry, push, pull, drag and/or move a minimum of one-hundred (100) pounds.

Job Title:
POLICE OFFICER I - Branson Police Department
Closing Date:
Applications must be received or postmarked by 4:
30 p.m., Thursday, March 19, 2015
Work Hours:
12 hour shifts; bid schedule every six months
Beginning Salary:
$15.8556 per hour

TO APPLY:
visit www.bransonmo.gov and follow "Employment" links.

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