PA Employment Opportunities

The PCPA Employment Opportunities page includes not only law enforcement job postings, but law enforcement related positions available through many of our partner organizations and agencies as well. Please see a listing of vacant positions below and click the link to read more about the description as well as how to apply.

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For more information about posting a job listing on this site, contact Greg Bean at 717-236-1059 Extension 107.

Position Announcements

Accreditation Program Manager, Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Commission
County Detective - West Chester

Chief of Police – Pennridge Regional Police Department

Public Safety Officer-Lackawanna College

Police Officers, Full and Part-time - Lower Frederick Township Police Department

Full-Time Police Officers Examination - Buffalo Valley Regional Police

Part-Time Patrol Officer - City of Coatesville

Police Officers - Lansford Borough Police Department

Entry Level Police Officer Examination - Plymouth Township Police Department

Career Opportunity - Full-Time Police Officer, Point Township Police Department

911 Emergency Dispatch Career Opportunities, York County, PA

Police Officer - Borough of Grove City

Education Program Coordinator for Pennsylvania Constable Training Program

Assistant Director Public Safety, Lackawanna College

Police Officer - Upper Darby Township Police Department

Police Officer - North Strabane Township

Part Time Police Officer – Pennridge Regional Police Department

Deputy Director of Police and Security - Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine
Police Officers - Northern York County Regional Police Department
Part-Time Police Officers - Mercersburg Police Department

Police Officer - Chambersburg Police Department


 

Accreditation Program Manager, Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Commission, Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association, Harrisburg, PA

JOB DESCRIPTION - ACCREDITATION PROGRAM MANAGER

The Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association has an opening for the position of Accreditation Program Manager.  The Accreditation Manager is a part-time position that provides management support for the Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission.  The current manager is retiring on December 31, 2020, after 13+ years’ service.

Please remit a letter of interest and a resume to: [email protected]  No later than December 4, 2020

Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association
3905 N. Front St.
Harrisburg, PA 17110
Phone: (717) 236-1059
Fax: (717) 236-0226

GENERAL STATEMENT OF RESPONSIBILITIES

Under general supervision, this position is responsible for overseeing the accreditation process for the Pennsylvania Chiefs of Police Association (PCPA).  Reports to the Executive Director and the Pennsylvania Law Enforcement Commission (PLEAC).

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS

Manages the PCPA accreditation process to include ensuring compliance and training and various types of presentations; assists with the accreditation processes for PLEAC; and conducts regular reviews with appropriate staff and revises accreditation policy and procedures manuals and standards to ensure standard operating procedures are reliable and up-to-date and meet all current legislative mandates and judicial rulings.

Develops, writes, revises, and manages the commissions' policies and forms to meet accreditation standards; and maintains accreditation files; conducts regular reviews of standards and procedures to meet all current PLEAC standards, legislative mandates, and judicial rulings.

Identifies and verifies compliance with established law enforcement standards, correcting any noted deficiencies through policy, training, or other administrative measures; reviews standards and ensures that agencies remain in compliance; stays abreast of all aspects of the accreditation process to include proposed changes or amendments to the standards, and assesses the impact of changes on current policies and procedures.

Serves as the Associations representative to PLEAC and AccredNet; and provides various reports about accreditation, policy, and other planning issues.

Performs other duties as assigned.

PERFORMANCE STANDARD

Employees at all levels are expected to effectively work together to meet the needs of the Association through work behaviors demonstrating PCPA Values. Employees are also expected to lead by example and demonstrate the highest level of ethics.

 REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE

  • Accreditation Procedures – Experience and thorough knowledge of PLEAC standards including management and operations and related familiarity with federal, state and municipal agencies and organizations. Thorough knowledge of public administration and concepts.
  • Information Technology – Knowledge of office equipment and personal computer to include word processing, Excel, and a variety of presentation media.  Knowledge of computer systems and applications.
  • Research and Analysis – Thorough knowledge of research and analysis.  

REQUIRED SKILLS

  • Critical Thinking – Using logic and reasoning to understand, analyze, and evaluate difficult situations and research information to identify the strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions, conclusions or approaches to the situation.
  • Interpersonal Relationships – Develops and maintains cooperative and professional relationships with PCPA staff and all levels of management to include representatives from other agencies and organizations. Handling all interactions with poise, tact, and diplomacy and in a confidential manner.  Is aware of others' reactions and understands why they react as they do.
  • Decision Making - Evaluating the best method of research and then exercising appropriate judgment in establishing priorities and resolving complex matters. Considering the relative costs and benefits of potential actions to choose the most appropriate one.
  • Time Management - Plans and organizes daily work routine. Estimates expected time of completion of elements of work and establishes a personal schedule accordingly. Implements work activities in accordance with priorities and estimated schedules. 

REQUIRED ABILITIES

  • Legislative – Ability to interpret and evaluate legislative initiatives; to establish and maintain harmonious working relations with various agencies of government, administrative staff, political representatives and the general public. Ability to attend a variety of meetings.
  • Communication – Excellent ability to communicate ideas and proposals effectively so others will understand to include preparation of reports. Ability to handle a variety of issues with tact and diplomacy and in a confidential manner.

EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE

Requires a bachelor’s degree and 5+ years of command related experience with a Pennsylvania law enforcement agency or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Prior participation and experience with the PLEAC.

ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Requires a comprehensive background investigation to include a local, state and federal criminal history check, sex offender registry and credit check.
  • A valid driver’s license with an acceptable driving record.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

  • Requires the ability to exert light physical effort in sedentary to light work.
  • Some lifting, carrying, pushing and/or pulling of objects and materials of lightweight (5-10 pounds).
  • Tasks may involve extended periods of time at keyboard or workstation.

SENSORY REQUIREMENTS

  • Some tasks require the ability to perceive and discriminate sounds and visual cues or signals.
  • Some tasks require the ability to communicate orally.

ENVIRONMENTAL EXPOSURES

Essential functions are regularly performed without exposure to adverse environmental conditions.

SALARY

Negotiable and contingent upon qualifications and experience.

Posted: 11/20/20 Deadline: 12/04/20


 

County Detective - West Chester, Chester County, PA

Salary - $94,000.37 Annually, Location - Justice Center, Full Time Exempt, Department - District Attorney, Division-County Detectives. Preferred skill; Candidate who is bilingual and able to read, write and speak fluently in the Spanish language.

Click here for more information: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/chesco/jobs/2903903/detective-i?pagetype=jobOpportunitiesJobs

Posted: 11/17/2020 Deadline:


 

Chief of Police – Pennridge Regional Police Department, Bucks County, PA

PENNRIDGE REGIONAL POLICE DEPARTMENT:
The Pennridge Regional Police, who provides police services to East Rockhill Township and West Rockhill Township, is seeking a Chief to oversee a Police Department with 12 full-time sworn officers, 2 part-time officers, and 1 full time secretary. The department serves a population of 11,000 and covers over 29 square miles. The annual operating budget is approximately $2.2 million; the Department provides a range of services to the community.

The position is appointed by the Pennridge Regional Police Commissioners and works directly for the Commission. The Chief will work with the Public Safety Committee comprised of a manager from both Townships. The current Chief of Police is retiring after 33 years with the department, serving the last 6 years as Chief of Police.

IDEAL CANDIDATE:
The Pennridge Regional Police Commissioners are searching for an individual that is committed to open communication and is able to integrate into an active department. He or she will embrace the philosophy of collaboration and possess strong relationship building skills. They will be accessible and responsive to the public, Board of Commissioners, and staff.

The ideal candidate will be a strategic and innovative thinker, having budget and financial management skills and experience. They will have the ability to be a strong and respected leader within the community. They will be a decisive leader who maintains an up to date knowledge of regional and national policing trends and best practices, and will lead the department with the expecting changes that law enforcement will face.

The Chief must value transparency and possess a character that exemplifies the highest standards for ethical and professional behavior. The Chief must be comfortable operating as part of the community and is expected to partner with the community to accomplish one goal.

ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:
Performs and/or oversees departmental planning; establishes methods for accomplishing departmental objectives; ensures that departmental goals and objectives are consistent and compatible with goals and objectives set by the Board of Commissioners.

  • Develops budget in conjunction with the Commissioners; makes budget presentation; administers the department’s budget; manages expenditures..
  • Organizes the department to meet established goals and objectives; establishes and maintains work groups to meet defined objectives.
  • Oversees the level of functioning by departmental staff; identifies and documents departmental activity and productivity.
  • Maintains continuous communication with the Board of Commissioners.
  • Attends Boards of Supervisors and Police Commission meetings and other required after-hours activities, as requested; submits monthly reports to the Pennridge Regional Board of Commissioners regarding the Department’s activities and prepares other reports as appropriate.
  • Effectively supervises, evaluates, disciplines, and addresses grievances of subordinate employees.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:

  • Education: The ideal candidate will possess a minimum of a BA or BS degree from an accredited college or university with major coursework in the field of law enforcement, public administration or related criminal justice disciplines, however a Master’s Degree in the mentioned field is preferred. Candidates should have at least 10 years of progressively responsible law enforcement experience, with 5 years in a command/leadership position.
  • Excellent interpersonal skills; ability to develop positive working relationships and interact effectively with staff at all levels within the Department as well as individuals and entities within the community and the general public.
  • Successful completion of the FBI National Academy or similar leadership and command training.
  • Graduation from a senior command/leadership program is highly desirable.
  • Regional Police experience is preferred, but not required.
  • Be able to undergo and pass a medical examination, drug screen, and background investigation.
  • Possession of a valid driver’s license issued by the Pennsylvania Department of Transportation.
  • Pennsylvania certification as a Police Officer (ACT 120).

BENEFITS:
The Pennridge Regional Police Department offers an excellent benefits package. Salary is negotiable.

APPLICATION PROCESS:
A resume and cover letter, including minimum salary requirements, must be submitted by email to: [email protected] or received by the Pennridge Regional Police Department (Attn: Chief Rod Blake) at 200 Ridge Road Sellersville, PA 18960, no later than 4:30 p.m. on Monday, December 28, 2020.

Pennridge Regional Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Posted: 11/9/2020 Deadline: 12/28/2020


 

Public Safety Officer-Lackawanna College, Lackawanna County, PA

LACKAWANNA COLLEGE HAS BEEN VOTED ONE OF THE
“BEST PLACES TO WORK IN PA” FOR 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017 and 2019!

Prior to applying for a position with Lackawanna College, please familiarize yourself with the mission of the College.  If our mission inspires you, and you are willing to go the extra mile to help our students succeed, please feel free to apply for this or future employment opportunities for which you meet the minimum qualifications.  We particularly encourage applications from historically underrepresented groups including women and minorities.  Please know that only the candidates who meet the minimum qualifications can be considered, and only those selected for interviews will be contacted by a college representative.  No phone calls, please.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS, PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES AND OBJECTIVES:
Public Safety Officers provide personal and property security for faculty, staff, students and visitors within an assigned area of the College Campus by patrolling areas and enforcing College rules and regulations.

THIS POSITION IS DESIGNATED AS ESSENTIAL PERSONNEL. 

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
  1. Coordinate public safety activities/operations within designated areas.
  2. Responsible for remaining alert to emergency situations, providing first line response and emergency management as required (i.e. contracting proper authorities, adhering to internal communication and notification policies). 
  3. Patrols assigned areas, checking for suspicious activity or persons and/or safety/fire hazards.  Checks doors, windows and alarm systems to ensure buildings are secured, documenting any issues.
    1. Note and make the proper reports before the end of shift, of all unsafe structures, defective property, and dangerous conditions in his/her area, and should take measures that will protect the public until the condition has been properly corrected.
  4. Investigates and/or reports hazards, unusual or suspicious circumstances to Director of Public Safety and Facilities department for correction and follow-up actions.
  5. Observes activity and traffic in assigned area to enforce College rules and regulations; alerts visitors and others of infractions.
    1. When assigned to a residential housing facility, monitors visitor activity to ensure compliance with all rules and regulations.
  6. Become and remain familiar with College and Department protocols, regulations, policies and procedures.
  7. Provide an escort for any service personnel who enter the campus buildings to service any and all equipment, to include, but not limited to fire/burglar alarms, fire sprinkler service personnel and/or fire extinguisher service personnel.  Maintain log of any visit by service personnel to include services performed during these visits.
  8. Provide an escort for any staff, faculty or visitor who requests this service when leaving a campus building.
  9. Ensure accurate and complete reports for all incidents occurring on a given shift, are prepared and logged into the incident reporting system and sent to the proper administrators for review and response.
  10. Issue parking permits and enforce all on-campus parking policies and regulations, to include towing and booting when appropriate.
  11. Oversee the lost and found and list all items lost and found in a daily log.
  12. Regulate use and oversee safety and maintenance of all College vehicles, to include, but not limited to inspections, current registrations and current insurance documents.  Overview and inspect vehicles as they are returned from usage by faculty and staff, for any defects, repairs, damage and other items necessary to maintain coordination of the College vehicle fleet.
  13. Cooperate harmoniously with other members of the public safety department and all College staff and faculty to achieve the purposes of the College mission.
  14. Provides support with crowd control and surveillance at large public events.
  15. Position is considered essential and may require working evening and/or weekend hours, when necessary.
  16. Performs all other duties as assigned.
KEY COMPETENCIES:
  1. Must be able to meet the standards of the pistol qualifications as prescribed in the Pennsylvania Act 120 program.
  2. Must have good interpersonal skills and strong leadership characteristics.
  3. Ability to effectively problem-solve, take initiative, and work independently and as a team member, as the situation requires.
  4. Ability to remain calm and rational, think logically and act quickly in any situation, to include emergent situations.
  5. Ability to communicate effectively and work harmoniously with peers, subordinates and supervisors.
  6. Ability to understand building controls and operating systems.
  7. Must be willing to work flexible schedules, to include nights and weekends.
EDUCATION:
- Act 120 Certification (applicants currently enrolled in the Act 120 Program who have completed the First Aid and Patrol Procedures modules, may be considered).
-Associates Degree in criminal justice or similar discipline preferred.

EXPERIENCE:
-One (1) – two (2) years’ experience in organized safety and/or community service work preferred.
ESSENTIAL PERSONNEL DESIGNATION:  It is to be understood that this position is categorized as “essential” and requires employee’s attendance during snow events, emergency situations (if required) and when the school is closed for business.
Applications will only be accepted via online method OR email.  If selecting the email option, interested candidates can email resumes to [email protected]. Deadline for applications, November 13th, 2020.  No phone calls, please.
 
In compliance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and all other applicable non-discrimination laws, Lackawanna College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran’s status, or genetic information in its educational programs and activities, admissions, and with regard to employment.
 
Lackawanna College is an accredited, private, non-profit educational institution providing opportunities for career and personal development within selected associates degree, certificate and continuing education program. 
 
FIREARM QUALIFICATION:
 
Must be able to qualify with the authorized handguns which they will carry on-duty and with other weaponry, as required by the Director of Public Safety. All members of the Lackawanna College Department of Public Safety shall qualify with the department authorized firearm annually during the month of July.  Newly hired staff shall not carry any firearm until they are properly qualified and approved by the Director of Public Safety.  The following is the approved course of fire:

 

MPOETC Daylight Handgun Qualification Course  Two Phase Course
Phase One Total 30 rounds.  Qualifying Score -  113 points

Stage

Yards

Rounds

Time

Positions /

Maneuvers

Description

1

25

8

40 seconds

Precision Fire from Cover

On signal, shooter draws and takes cover, and fires two rounds standing right side of barricade, two rounds kneeling right side of barricade, performs a tactical (magazine save) reload, and fires two rounds kneeling left side of barricade and then fires two rounds standing left side of the barricade.  Firing is done using Roll-Out technique, firing two rounds per exposure and using a different location for each exposure in 40 seconds.

2

15

10

15 seconds

Move to Cover

On signal, shooter draws and fires two rounds at target, moves laterally two to three yards to kneel behind low cover or simulated cover, performs speed reload, fires three rounds at target from behind cover within 15 seconds.  Perform twice.  The second time, shooter starts with a total of two rounds in pistol, so reload is from a slide-locked position.

3

15-7

8

5-6 seconds

Walk and Draw

Start at 15-yard line.  On command “Walk,” shooters advance walking toward the target.  On signal, shooters stop, draw, and fire four rounds in five to six seconds, depending on their distance from the target.  Perform twice.

4

7

4

10 seconds

Strong Hand

Support Hand Firing

On signal, shooter draws and fires two rounds strong hand only from eye level, de-cocks or engages safety, transfers weapon to support hand and fires two rounds with support hand only from eye level within ten seconds.

 MPOETC Daylight Handgun Qualification Course  Two Phase Course
Phase Two Total 30 Rounds.  Qualifying Score-  113 points

Rounds

Time

Positions

Description

6

3

seconds

Weapon

Retention

Draw and fire two rounds in three seconds from a weapon retention stance.  Perform three times.

6

4

seconds

Shove-Shoot

Shooter strikes at target with non-dominant hand (palm heel), steps back, draws, and fires two rounds in four seconds using two-handed hold.  Perform three times.   *See Body Armor Drill.

6

3

seconds

Reaction Shooting

Draw and fire two rounds in three seconds. Perform three times. *See Body Armor Drill.

10

8

seconds

Firing Retreat

Shooter starts at two yards.  On signal, shooter draws and fires five rounds while moving back to the seven-yard line.  Time limit is eight seconds.  Perform twice.  *See Body Armor Drill. 

For safety reasons, firearms instructors shall (if necessary) have shooters fire this stage in additional relays in order to provide adequate space between shooters and reduce the number of shooters firing at the same time.

Posted: 10/29/20 Deadline: 11/13/20



Police Officers, Full and Part-time - Lower Frederick Township Police Department
Montgomery County, PA

The Lower Frederick Township Police Department is accepting resumes for the position of full-time and 32 hour a week part-time Police Officers.  Applicants shall be at least twenty-one (21) years of age, have a valid driver’s licenses, a high school diploma or high school equivalency certification and must possess Pennsylvania Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Commission Act 120 at time of application. Lower Frederick Township Police Department in addition to a comprehensive benefits package offers a full-time starting salary between $62,045.00 & $91,726.00 based on previous experience. Part-Time officers are compensated at the rate of $30.00 per hour.

Interested applicants are to send a cover letter and resume to the attention of the Chief of Police: 53 Spring Mount Road Schwenksville, PA 19473. The selection process will consist of an oral interview, in depth background investigation, polygraph, physical and psychological examinations. Resumes will be accepted until the close of business on November 27th, 2020.

Lower Frederick Township is an equal opportunity employer.

Posted: 10/28/20 Deadline: 11/27/20


 

Full-Time Police Officers Examination - Buffalo Valley Regional Police Civil Service Commission, Union County, PA

The Buffalo Valley Regional Police Civil Service Commission will be conducting a Civil Service Examination process to prepare a list of candidates for future full time positions with the Buffalo Valley Regional Police Department. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, possess a valid Pa Driver’s License and have obtained a Municipal Police Officer Training Act 120 Certificate, required at time of application. Meet all other requirements established by the Buffalo Valley Regional Police Civil Service Commission. Full Time Officers must meet residency requirement; within 15 air miles of the Buffalo Valley Regional Police Department Headquarters, within six (6) months from the end of their probationary period.

Applicant forms and a full Job Description may be obtained from:

Buffalo Valley Regional Police Department
1610 Industrial Boulevard, Suite 500, Lewisburg, PA, 17837.
(570) 524-4302 (ext. 420) or [email protected]

A non-refundable fee of $35.00 must accompany the submitted application.

Applications must be returned by 4:00 PM, November 30, 2020

Probationary Police Officer Starting Salary for 2020: $55,368.00

Buffalo Valley Regional Civil Service Commission Suzanne Pugliese, Chairwoman

Posted: 10/22/2020 Deadline: 11/30/20


 

Part-Time Patrol Officer - City of Coatesville, Chester County, PA

The City of Coatesville Pennsylvania is currently accepting applications from qualified candidates to fill the position of Part-Time Patrol Officer. The link for applicants to obtain additional information regarding duties and qualifications, and to apply for the position can be found at: www.coatesville.org


 

Police Officers - Lansford Borough Police Department, Carbon County, PA

The Lansford Borough Civil Service Commission will be accepting applications for the testing for the position of FULL TIME police officers for the Borough of Lansford Police Department. All Applicants must be at least 21 years old, and ACT 120 certified upon employment.

Applications may be obtained at the Lansford Borough Office, 1 W. Ridge Street, Lansford, weekdays between 8 a.m. and 4:30 p.m. by phone 570-645-3900, or on the borough website www.boroughoflansford.com. or by e-mailing [email protected]. Application deadline is Monday, Nov. 16, 2020, by 4:00 p.m. Applications must be submitted to: Lansford Civil Service Commission, Attn: John Turcmanovich, 1 W. Ridge Street, Lansford, PA 18232.

There will be a $40.00 non-refundable fee due with the application submittal. Additional information will be included with the application packet. Applicants will be informed of the civil service testing date as well as public advertisement of the testing date.

The Borough of Lansford is an equal opportunity employer.

Posted: 10/19/2020 Deadline: 11/16/20


 

Entry Level Police Officer Examination - Plymouth Township Police Department, Montgomery County, PA

Plymouth Township (Montgomery County) is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. See below :

The Commission establishes Saturday, November 21, 2020 at 8 A.M. and 1 P.M. at the Colonial Middle School, 716 Belvoir Road, Plymouth Meeting, PA 19462 as the date, time and place for the written examination. The two testing times may be required depending upon the number of applicants and need for covid safety. A notice will be posted on the Plymouth Township website, on Thursday November 12, 2020, advising which applicants report to the AM test and which to the PM test. Proper identification is required. MASKS must be worn.

PLEASE CHECK THE TOWNSHIP WEBSITE WWW.PLYMOUTHTOWNSHIP.ORG ON THURSDAY NOVEMBER 12, 2020 TO SEE WHAT TIME TO REPORT FOR TESTING AT THE COLONIAL MIDDLE SCHOOL.

Act 120 NOT NEEDED to apply, if offered employment we will put you through the academy.

Applications can be picked up at the Police station (700 Belvoir Rd., Plymouth Mtg, PA) or you can download from www.plymouthtownship.org

Per the Collective Bargaining Agreement the following are the base annual salaries for Patrol officers beginning January 2021 :

Probationary I rate without Act 120 while in the Academy is $66,569
Probationary II rate with Act 120 is $96,532.
Third Class Patrol $104,684.
Second Class Patrol $111,746.
First Class Patrol $124,935.

Deadline to submit application along with $20 check or money order made payable to: Plymouth Township, hand delivered NO later than 4PM, November 11, 2020. POSTMARKED no later than November 10, 2020.
NO PHONE CALLS. EOE, M/F

Posted: 10/19/2020 Deadline: 11/11/20


 


Career Opportunity - Full-Time Police Officer, Point Township Police Department, Northumberland County, PA

The Point Township Police Department, (Northumberland County), is seeking qualified applicants for the position of full-time police officer.  Point Township is located in a hub between major universities and hospitals and offers great employment and educational opportunities for officer’s families.  The area is situated along the north and west branches of the Susquehanna River and Lake Augusta, well known for summertime boating and recreation.  Residents enjoy ample opportunities for camping, biking, hunting and fishing.  There are outdoor motor sports, athletic venues, amusement parks and a variety of community festivals.  The 25-mile residency requirement, (within 2 years of hire), allows flexibility for living accommodations and school options for children.  Affordable housing, a variety of restaurants and shopping, and low crime rates provide for a high quality of life.

The agency is excited to announce the construction of a new police department, complete with training facilities, modern amenities, and a fleet garage.  Come join a professional agency where you will enjoy support from your colleagues, supervisors and most important, the community you serve! 

Benefits:

  • #1 - Working in a community that appreciates their Law Enforcement Officers
  • Competitive salary, based upon experience, (senior patrol pay in 2021 is $31.32/hr)
  • The agency has now opened all Patrol Officer positions to lateral transfers to help veteran officers start with maximum pay potential
  • Comprehensive FTO training program
  • Fully Paid Insurance – Medical, Eye, Dental, Life & Disability
  • Defined Benefit Pension Plan with PMRS, (laterals can port your current PMRS account)
  • Other benefits include: all Uniforms and Equipment provided, Longevity Bonus, Holiday Pay, Paid Time Off, KIA/Disability Benefit, Retirees Health Benefit and more

 Requirements

  • US citizen of excellent moral character
  • Minimum 21 years of age
  • High school diploma or GED
  • Valid PA driver’s license
  • ‘Act 120’ Certification by MPOETC, (or MPOETC accepted equivalent).  If you are currently in an academy and will soon be certified, please apply.

Testing Process

  • Competitive process to include written exam, physical performance test battery, oral board examination, thorough background investigation, medical and psychological screening.

Application Process

  • Application packets can be picked up at the Point Township Municipal Building at 759 Ridge Road, Northumberland, PA between the hours of 8am to 4pm Monday through Friday.
  • Application must be submitted by Tuesday, November 17, 2020 at 4:00pm.
  • No Application Fee.
  • Point Township is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted: 10/14/2020 Deadline: 11/17/20


 

911 Emergency Dispatch Career Opportunities, York County, PA

County of York, 911 has the following positions open:

  • Dispatch Trainee
  • QA Specialist 1
  • Shift Supervisor
  • Training / QA Manager
  • Radio Administrator

For additional information or to apply please visit our website at www.yorkcountypa.gov

The closing date is November 4th for these openings.

Posted: 10/13/2020 Deadline: 11/04/20


 

Police Officer - Borough of Grove City, Mercer County, PA

NOTICE OF EXAMINATION
           A civil service examination will be held to begin the process of establishing a list of eligible candidates for the position of patrol officer in the Borough of Grove City.
 
Applicants must meet the following qualifications:
 
  1. They must be a citizen of the United States
  2. They must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age before the deadline for submitting applications.
  3. They must possess a diploma from an accredited high school or graduate equivalency diploma.
  4. They must possess a valid motor vehicle license issued by the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania.
  5. They must have successfully completed the training and education prescribed by the Municipal Police Education and Training Act (Act 120) prior to the deadline for applications.
  6. They will be required to produce positive proof of identification (ie:  a valid picture driver license) when submitting application with the required thirty-five dollar ($35.00) non-refundable processing fee, payable by check or money order to the Borough of Grove City.
  7. Applicants must score 70% or higher on the written examination to be considered for further processing.
Application Packets may be secured from the Grove City Borough Office (123 W Main St, Grove City PA 16127) between the hours of 8:00 am and 4:30 pm, Monday through Friday. The application packet also can be found on the Grove City Borough website: GroveCityOnline.com.
 
Applications and all required documents including a copy of Act 120 certificate and grades must be returned to the Borough Secretary along with the $35.00 processing fee on or before close of business on Friday November 6, 2020

 

THE WRITTEN EXAM WILL BE GIVEN AT THE GROVE CITY BOROUGH OFFICE
123 W MAIN ST, GROVE CITY PA 16127
PROMPTLY AT 9:00 A.M. THURSDAY Nov. 12, 2020

Anyone arriving after 9:00 a.m. will not be tested. Must have valid photo ID the date of testing, prior to start of the test.

A PHYSICAL AGILITY TEST WILL BE ADMINISTERED AT 1:30 PM ON THE SAME DATE FOR ALL CANDIDATES PASSING THE WRITTEN EXAMINATION. CANDIDATES SHOULD DRESS APPROPRIATELY OR BRING A CHANGE OF CLOTHES.

Physical Agility Testing will include Bench Press, Sit-ups, 1.5 Mile Run (timed), 300 meter run (timed). Candidates will be evaluated on and must pass these at the 30th percentile standard based upon MPOETC standards. This is a cumulative test. Each event is pass/fail; thus if one event is failed the entire test is failed.

Grove City Borough Civil Service Commission
Borough of Grove City is an equal opportunity employer.

Posted: 10/06/2020 Deadline: 11/06/20

 

Education Program Coordinator for Pennsylvania Constable Training Program
Penn State University

Penn State University is seeking an Education Program Coordinator to serve as the primary contact for the Pennsylvania Constable Training Program. This role is responsible for management of program registrations, managing program budgets, and overseeing curriculum delivery and training. 

To view this exciting opportunity at Penn State University, visit us here:

https://psu.wd1.myworkdayjobs.com/PSU_Staff/job/Centre/Education-Program-Coordinator_REQ_0000006719-1

This position typically requires a High School Diploma or higher plus 2 years of related experience or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Additional experience and/or education and competencies are required for higher level jobs. This is a fixed-term appointment funded for one year from date of hire with a possibility of refunding.

This position will require successful completion of standard background checks. This position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as a part of your job duties. A valid driver’s license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required in addition to standard background checks.

The Pennsylvania State University is committed to and accountable for advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in all its forms. We embrace individual uniqueness, foster a culture of inclusive excellence that supports both broad and specific diversity initiatives, leverage the educational and institutional benefits of diversity, and engage all individuals to help them thrive. We value inclusive excellence as a core strength and an essential element of our public service mission.

Posted: 9/29/2020 Deadline:


 

Assistant Director Public Safety, Lackawanna College, PA

LACKAWANNA COLLEGE HAS BEEN VOTED ONE OF THE
“BEST PLACES TO WORK IN PA” FOR 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017, 2019 and 2020!

Prior to applying for a position with Lackawanna College, please familiarize yourself with the mission of the College.  If our mission inspires you, and you are willing to go the extra mile to help our students succeed, please feel free to apply for this or future employment opportunities for which you meet the minimum qualifications.  We particularly encourage applications from historically underrepresented groups including women and minorities.  Please know that only the candidates who meet the minimum qualifications can be considered, and only those selected for interviews will be contacted by a college representative.  No phone calls, please.


ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS, PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES AND OBJECTIVES:

Under the supervision of the Director of Public Safety, the Assistant Director of Public Safety is responsible for the daily operations of the Public Safety Department to include patrol staff, investigations, Lackawanna College Parking Program and assist with all special events.  This position will provide direct supervision of all Public Safety Officers, Supervisors and Investigators. This position will assist the Director of Public Safety by serving as a secondary liaison with all outside law enforcement agencies. This position will have direct oversight of all primary training officers in all matters including, but not limited to, the maintaining of Municipal Police Officer Training and Education Commission certification.   This position will also assist in formulating policies and providing sound leadership and management.  This individual must be able to perform duties with minimal supervision. This individual must be flexible and able to adapt to rapid change.

THIS POSITION IS DESIGNATED AS ESSENTIAL PERSONNEL.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:

  1. Implements and supervises the establishment of policies and procedures, including, but not limited to, preparation and maintenance of correspondence, records and reports necessary to provide an efficient and effective public safety department.  (i.e. inventory, personnel evaluation, accident, theft, property damage, and violation reports as well as the Crime Statistics Report that is completed each year, etc.)
  2. Ensures that the mission of the College, as well as the conceptual and operational objectives of the College, are met.
  3. Participates in discussion with the Director regarding budget proposals for the public safety department.
  4. Assists in the recruitment, training and supervision of all public safety officers.
  5. Provides protection, safety and security for all College staff, faculty, students and visitors as well as College property. 
  6. Oversees the enforcement of parking rules and other College regulations pertaining to campus property.
  7. Assists the Director of Public Safety in the planning and execution of security and safety initiatives for on-site special events, both College and community related.
  8. Responsible for developing and implementing an administrative and technical training program and supervising the development of standard training keys for use by training supervisors.  Reviews training program and educates supervisors on the proper administrative procedures required to correctly train front-line staff.  This would include, but is not limited to, review of incident reports and written correspondence, schedules, supervision, law and regulation enforcement and leadership methods.
  9. Organizes the automation of the departmental records.  This includes planning, procuring and programming the management of crime statistics, incident information, personnel information and training records pertinent to the public safety department, equipment issue records, inventory, shift reports, uniform crime reports and Clery data that must be delivered to the Federal government annually.
  10. Analyzes problem areas of public safety; creates solutions to resolve problems within the public safety function.
  11. Conducts and/or attends various interdepartmental meetings as required to coordinate facility activities.
  12. Serves as the Director of Public Safety in the absence of the Director of Public Safety.
  13. Participates in regular management meetings with the Director of Public Safety.
  14. Other duties as assigned by Director of Public Safety. 

KEY COMPETENCIES:

  1. Knowledge of Federal, state and local laws and College regulations pertaining to crime, safety and fire.
  2. Knowledge of the safe and responsible use of public safety equipment and general law enforcement equipment.
  3. Available and able to rapidly respond and return to the College campus when emergency situations arise.
  4. Effective computer skills.
  5. Basic knowledge of budget operation and oversight.
  6. Knowledge of training/teaching techniques for public safety personnel.
  7. Knowledge of public relations and crime prevention programming and implementation.
  8. Ability to interact positively with all types of personalities, to sometimes include hostile people, while remaining professional and polite.
  9. Ability to maintain confidentiality at all times.
  10. Strong organizational and supervisory skills.
  11. Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
  12. Thorough knowledge of the Civil and Criminal codes of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and legal terminology and court procedures.
  13. Commitment to fulfillment of the College mission.
  14. Ability to work a flexible schedule.

EDUCATION: 

  • Master’s degree in Criminal Justice or similar discipline preferred. 
  • Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or similar discipline required.
  • Act 120 Certified (known as the Municipal Police and Education Act) TRAINING, Act 2 Certified (known as the Sheriff and Deputy Sheriff Education and Training Act) preferred.
  • Other Equivalent training considered.

EXPERIENCE: 

  • At least 2 years’ experience in law enforcement supervision, security administration, business administration and related fields.
  • Two to Five years of full-time employment in in law enforcement or related security work involving progressively more difficult assignments and supervisory responsibility.

ESSENTIAL PERSONNEL DESIGNATION:  It is to be understood that this position is categorized as “essential” and requires employee’s attendance during snow events, emergency situations (if required) and when the school is closed for business.


Applications will only be accepted via online method OR email.  If selecting the email option, interested candidates can email resumes to [email protected]. Deadline for applications, Friday October 9th.  No phone calls, please.

In compliance with Title IX of the Education Amendments of 1972, Title VII of the Civil Rights Act of 1964, Section 504 of the Rehabilitation Act of 1973, and all other applicable non-discrimination laws, Lackawanna College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, national or ethnic origin, sex, sexual orientation, age, disability, veteran’s status, or genetic information in its educational programs and activities, admissions, and with regard to employment.

Lackawanna College is an accredited, private, non-profit educational institution providing opportunities for career and personal development within selected associates degree, certificate and continuing education program.

Posted: 9/24/2020 Deadline: 10/09/2020


 

Police Officer - Upper Darby Township, Delaware County, PA

Notice is hereby given that the Civil Service Commission of Upper Darby Township will hold a written examination on Saturday, October 31, 2020 at Monsignor Bonner & Archbishop Prendergast High School, 403 North Lansdowne Avenue, Drexel Hill, PA 19026 for applicants to qualify for appointment to the rank of police officer in the Upper Darby Township Police Department.  The lifetime of the eligible list will be up to three (3) years from the date of its preparation, but the Commission may terminate the list earlier and schedule a new examination at its discretion.

Applicants shall be at least twenty-one (21) years of age within sixty (60) days following the date of the written examination, have a valid driver’s license and a high school diploma or high school equivalency certification and must possess Pennsylvania Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Commission Act 120 at time of application. Applications must be fully completed.  Applicant must be, or agree to become, a resident of Upper Darby Township within six (6) months after completion of his/her probationary period, and must remain a resident of Upper Darby Township through completion of the fifth year of his/her employment, after which an officer is permitted to become a resident at any location within a twenty (20) mile radius measured from the intersection of Township Line Road and West Chester Pike; however, the township may require that criminal investigators live within a fifteen (15) mile radius.  Applicant must pass the written police officer civil service test with a minimum grade of seventy (70) and must pass a police officer oral civil service test with a minimum grade of seventy (70).

Prior to the written examination, the Civil Service Commission of Upper Darby Township will hold a physical agility test at 8:30 a.m. on Saturday, October 24, 2020 at Monsignor Bonner and Archbishop Prendergast High School, 403 North Lansdowne Avenue, Drexel Hill, PA 19026 for all applicants.  The physical agility test will consist of four segments:  Push-ups; Sit-ups; a 1.5 mile run and a 300 meter run.  Applicants are required to bring two (2) forms of identification including, at least one (1) photo identification.  Applicants will be fingerprinted the morning of the physical agility test as part of the application process.  Applicants who fail the physical agility test will be disqualified from further consideration and will not be permitted to take the written examination on Saturday, October 31, 2020.  The physical agility test is a mandatory requirement and any applicant who does not participate on Saturday, October 24, 2020, will be deemed to have failed.

When applicant receives a conditional offer of employment from Upper Darby Township, applicant shall be required to undergo a background investigation, a polygraph test, a psychological examination and a medical examination, which will include a drug test.  The cost for these tests shall be paid for by Upper Darby Township.  Applicants who fail any of these tests shall be eliminated from any further consideration.

Application forms may be obtained beginning Monday, September 21, 2020, from the Upper Darby Police Department, 7236 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby, PA, Monday through Friday, 9:00 a.m. until 4:00 p.m.

Applications for the police officer examination must be returned to the Upper Darby Police Department, 7236 West Chester Pike, Upper Darby, PA no later than 12:00 p.m.  Wednesday, October 21, 2020.

The Township will make reasonable access/accommodations to persons with disabilities.

Civil Service Commission of Upper Darby Township:

Alex Brown, Chairman
Raphal S. Curry Jr., Member
Karen E. O’Brien, Esq., Member

Posted: 9/22/2020 Remove: 10/21/2020


 

Police Officer - North Strabane Township, Washington County, PA

North Strabane Township is located in Washington County just approximately (20) minutes south of Pittsburgh and is one of Pennsylvania’s safest communities. Located in the Canon McMillan School District, it is a rapidly growing community providing first-rate public safety, parks, and other services. The township invites all qualified persons to apply and take competitive examinations leading to eligibility for appointments as a Full-Time Police Officer for the North Strabane Township Police Department.

General Requirements:

Candidates, at the time of application must: (1) Possess a diploma from an accredited high school or a graduate equivalency diploma (GED); (2) Must have successfully completed PA Act 120 training or its equivalent police training in another state and be in compliance with Pennsylvania Municipal Police Officers Education Commission (MPOETC) requirements, (3) Be a United States Citizen; (4) Be physically and mentally fit to perform the full duties of a police officer; (5) Be at least twenty-one (21) years of age; and (6) possess a valid motor vehicle operator’s license.

Successful applicants must also meet all the requirements of the township’s hiring policy that includes a background investigation, and if selected, be required to successfully pass a physical and psychological examination.
An application and physical agility requirements (waiver form) may be obtained at the North Strabane Township Police Department, located at 1929 Route 519, Canonsburg, PA 15317 or you may request an electronic copy via email at [email protected]. A completed application, with a $20.00 non-refundable application fee, must be filed before 16:00 hours on Friday, October 2, 2020 at the township police department, as noted above.

The physical agility test is scheduled on Thursday, October 15, 2020 at 09:00 hours, located at the Allegheny County Police Academy (located at 700 West Ridge Drive - North Park). The written test is scheduled for Saturday, October 17, 2020 at 10:00 hours, located at the North Strabane Township Municipal Building (1929 Route #519, South Canonsburg, PA 15317).

Partial List of Benefits:

  • 2021 Starting Salary: $39.67 p/hr or $82,513.60 p/yr
  • After (6) months: $41.17 p/hr $85,633.60 p/yr
  • After (1) year of employment: $42.82 p/hr or $89,065.60 p/yr
  • (12) paid Holidays at 1 1/2 rate of pay and New Years Day, Independence Day, Thanksgiving, and Christmas paid at double time.
  • Sick time (120) hours per year. Maximum accumulation of 960 hours. Excess hours are sold back at 60% on an annual basis.
  • Personal Time (24) hours per year.
  • Emergency Personal Time (24) hours per year.
  • Holiday Time (96) hours per year.
  • Vacation maximum is (240) hours or (6) weeks after 25 years of service. Unused vacation time can be sold back at 100% annually.
  • Compensatory time in lieu of overtime.
  • Longevity earned at 2% after (2) years of service for a maximum of 5%.
  • Short Term Disability (Paid by township)
  • Life Insurance of $100,000 (paid by township). Member has the option to increase insurance at a discounted rate.
  • Long Term Disability (member can buy at a discounted rate).
  • Tuition reimbursement for higher education.
  • (12) weeks of paid maternity leave for female members.
  • Pension: Normal pension is (25) years of service, fully funded by the township, D.R.O.P. (3) years, service increments, actuarially reduced four-fifths pension benefit early option after (20) years of service, Disability benefit, Military veterans can purchase their prior military time for maximum of (5) years.
  • Highmark or UPMC health insurance, $48 bi-weekly contribution, NO copays, and the deductible is 100% paid by the township through a Health Savings Account. Member retains any unused funds. This plan includes eye care and an excellent dental program.
  • Post healthcare retirement benefit of $500 per month commences at (55) years of age until eligible for Medicare.
  • Cleaning maintenance of $535.00 per year paid by March 1st of every year.
  • Clothing Allowance of $900 per year.
  • Paid Liability and False Arrest Insurance Coverage ($1,000,000).
  • Minimum staffing of (3) officers per shift.
  • All new hires must undergo a (14) week Field Training Officer Program.
  • Residency requirement of (10) air-mile radius of any Township boundary. Members have a total of (2) years to comply with the residency requirement.

Click here for theApplication Packet.

An Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted: 9/10/20 Remove: 10/02/20


 

Part Time Police Officer – Pennridge Regional Police Department, Bucks County, PA

The Pennridge Regional Police Department is accepting applications for a part-time Police Officer. Applicants must meet the following minimum requirements:

1. United States Citizen
2. Minimum 21 years of age
3. High School Graduate
4. MPOETC Act 120 Certified
5. Be medically and physically capable of performing duties of the position
6. Possess a valid PA Operator’s License

This position is exempt from the Bargaining Unit and is considered as an at-will employee. The hiring process will include, interview, background check, polygraph, physical and psychological exam.

Hours of work will include day and night shifts, weekends, holidays and other hours required by the Department.

Applications can be picked up in person at the Pennridge Regional Police Department; 200 Ridge Road Sellersville, PA 18960

The completed application must be returned by the end of business on October 26, 2020. 

Posted: 9/3/20 Remove: 10/26/20

 


 

Deputy Director of Police and Security - Lake Erie College of Osteopathic Medicine in Erie, Pennsylvania

Apply online at www.lecom.edu/jobs

Excellent benefits including: comprehensive health and dental insurance, retirement plan, and paid time off

JOB SUMMARY: The Deputy Director of Police and Security is responsible for maintaining security and safety of persons and property on the college campus; identifying potential security and safety hazards; being observant and responding to potential criminal activity on campus; maintaining good public relations by assisting others as a source of information and direction; controlling and regulating traffic and parking; investigating all security, safety, and traffic incidents; supervise Day, Evening and Night Shift police and security officers. Other daily responsibilities include enforcing local, state and federal law and LECOM policies and procedures. In the absence of the Institutional Director of Police and Security, manage the Campus Police Department, as well as, all Officers therein.

CHARACTERISTIC JOB TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Assists the Institutional Director of Police and Security with directing the operation of the Campus Police Department
  • Assists with the development of parking programs and traffic regulations;
  • Conducts tours of inspection of subordinate officers at work;
  • Conducts shift meetings and reviews officers’ reports;
  • Contributes to evaluations by analyzing performance;
  • Identifies departmental training needs and schedule appropriate training;
  • Serves as a member of the Emergency Response Team (Campus Police);
  • Provides security for college sponsored events
  • Participate in required in-service and staff training, including, but not limited to: Mandatory ACT 120 update training and other state / federal training on an as needed basis
  • Supervises, indirectly, all activities on campus, which might have a security or safety interest;
  • Assists with the annual review and revisions of informational manuals as needed
  • Assists with ongoing strategic planning and accreditation readiness activities
  • Assists the Institutional Director of Police and Security in planning, organizing, directing, coordinating, and evaluating the activities of the department; serves as commanding officer in the absence of the Institutional Director of Police and Security
  • Assists in preparing and administering departmental budget;
  • Ensures that accurate departmental records are prepared and maintained
  • Assembles data and prepares periodic inspections and special reports for the department;
  • Assists in scheduling training for departmental personnel
  • Ensures that preventative maintenance is performed on all vehicles and equipment;
  • Controls traffic at fires, accidents, conducts preliminary investigations, gathers evidence, interviews witnesses and prepares accurate reports
  • Performs investigative duties as necessary
  • Assists in emergency situations and administer first-aid, if applicable
  • Performs public relations functions
  • Represents the Department as requested
  • Participates in approved law enforcement training courses
  • Assists other police agencies with investigations involving LECOM property or members of the LECOM community
  • Develops and maintains criminal activity and property loss files
  • Reports crime against person and property as necessary to comply with the Uniform Crime Reporting System
  • Compiles and maintains all statistical information in support of the Federal Crime Prevention and the Clery Act and all other crime statistical reporting required by state and federal agencies
  • Supervises and maintains all chain of custody records;
  • Conducts security surveys of LECOM facilities and makes recommendations on physical security improvements and intrusion detection alarm systems
  • Provides security for LECOM facilities and residencies as required
  • Conduct inventory of department owned Firearms and AMMO
  • Develops education programs as requested
  • Assist the Institutional Director of Police and Security with the formulation of safety policies and procedures
  • Contribute directly to the Mission of LECOM embodying the essence of Osteopathic Principles and Practices by assisting with Institutional fundraising and participating in the LECOM Scholarship Auction
  • Participate in scholarly activity so to enrich and broaden the student learning experience
  • Commit to being a representative of LECOM by being actively involved in the community, including, but not limited to, serving on Boards, participating in community fundraisers and overall outreach, and
  • Accept other duties needed/assigned for the Institution’s needs.

EEO/AA/M/F/Vets/Disabled

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS: Must possess required knowledge and be able to explain and demonstrate, with or without reasonable accommodations, that the essential functions of the job can be performed.

  • Strong computer literacy with MS Office Suite (Word, PowerPoint, Excel…etc.) and accurate data entry skills
  • Maintaining an established work schedule
  • Adhere to all local, state, federal laws and LECOM policies and procedures
  • Ability to organize and prioritize work assignments and meet deadlines
  • Knowledge of pertinent laws, policies / procedures and/or guidelines affecting areas of responsibility
  • Ability to be self-reliant and follow instructions
  • Must have sound decision making capabilities and the ability to work independently and as directed by the Institutional Director of Police and Security and/or his/her designee
  • Capable of assuming responsibility; initiating appropriate action; and maintaining confidentiality
  • Knowledge of and ability to maintain confidentiality of patient (HIPAA) and student privacy (FERPA)
  • Compliance with State and Federal Regulations and Safety Protocols (OSHA), at the clinic level
  • Must be trained and certified on the Institutional Data System
  • Effectively using interpersonal and communications skills, including tact and diplomacy
  • Effectively using organizational and planning skills, including attention to detail and follow-through
  • Assessing and prioritizing multiple tasks, projects, and demands
  • Maintaining confidentiality of work related information and materials
  • Establishing and maintaining effective working relationships
  • Be able to be flexible to accept other duties needed/assigned for the Institution’s needs
  • The ability to work cooperatively and collegially with others, consistent with a workplace of dignity and respect and EEO rules and regulations
  • The ability to report to work as scheduled, ready to devote full attention and energy to the important work of LECOM
  • The ability to accept work directives from managers and supervisors in a respectful and cooperative manner

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
Education and experience equivalent to: Valid driver’s license and PA Act 120 Municipal Police Training required. Bachelor’s degree required. Successful candidate must possess efficient and effective verbal and written communication skills, multi-task and problem solve to properly support and promote the mission of LECOM. Substantial supervisory and/or administrative experience in police/security/military or loss prevention is required.

Posted: 08/20/20 Deadline:


 

Police Officers - Northern York County Regional Police Department, York County, PA

The Northern York County Regional Police Department is currently recruiting new police officers. All candidates must have completed Act 120 academy (or graduating by January 1, 2021), or be an out of state police officer that has successfully completed the MPOETC Certification Exam.

If you are interested in being a part of this process please email Lieutenant Gregg Anderson at [email protected]. You should include a resume with your email. All candidates that meet the general requirements listed below will be notified of available dates and times for interviews. There is no fee to participate in this process. Inquiries will be accepted until December 1, 2020.

The Northern York County Regional Police Department provides police services to approximately 85,000 people in eleven municipalities (nine townships and two boroughs) covering 214 square miles of York County. The Department has an authorized strength of 62 sworn members.

2020 starting salary is $59,087.39. Fully tenured officers (9 years) are making $98,478.98 in 2020. We are a progressive department with excellent opportunities for specialized training and advancement.

General Requirements for the position of Police Officer:

  1. Citizen of the United States.
  2. Must be twenty-one (21) years of age prior to appointment.
  3. No civilian or military criminal history of misdemeanor or felony crimes; summary and/or ordinance arrest and convictions will be examined and may be cause for rejection.
  4. Must be in good physical health, with weight in proportion to height.
  5. Must obtain or have a valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License prior to appointment.
  6. Must reside within fifteen (15) miles of police jurisdiction within one year of appointment.
  7. Must be Act 120 certified or have recently graduated from a MPOETC academy prior to appointment.
  8. Must not have tattoos, intentional scarring, branding or other mutilation visible when wearing a short sleeve uniform shirt with an open neck.

For more information on the Northern York County Regional Police Department, visit http://nycrpd.org.

Additional questions can be directed to Lt. Gregg Anderson at [email protected]

The Northern York County Regional Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Posted: 08/19/20 Deadline: 12/1/20


 

Part-Time Police Officers - Mercersburg Police Department, Franklin County, PA

The Mercersburg Police Department is currently seeking candidates for the positions of part-time police officer.  The Mercersburg Police Department is responsible for providing law enforcement services to Mercersburg Borough.

Qualifications:

  • Must be MOPETC Act 120 Certified or eligible for certification.
  • Certified in another state of federal agency must meet MOPETC requirements. Contact the Municipal Police Officer Education and Training Commission and see if you qualify for the comparative compliance test.   Call (717) 346-4086 or visit  website:  http://www.psp.pa.gov/mpoetc/certification/Pages/Certification.aspx 
  • Minimum 21 years of age at date of appointment.
  • Must have at least 1 year of experience with a federal, state or municipal police department.
  • Must have a high school diploma or equivalent.
  • Must possess a valid driver’s license.
  • Must have current CPR/First Aid certification.

Any applicant who does not meet the above requirements will be disqualified.  The hiring process will include successfully passing a background investigation.  Interested individuals should send a cover letter and resume to: 

Mercersburg Police Department:
Attn: Sergeant Wertz
113 South Main Street
Mercersburg, PA 17236

** Mercersburg Borough is an equal opportunity employer

Posted: 08/06/20 Deadline:


 

Police Officer - Chambersburg Police Department, Franklin County, PA

Police Officer applications are currently being accepted in Chambersburg. Do you want a career that is rewarding? A career you can be proud of? A career that allows you to serve your community? Then consider a Law Enforcement Career where every day is different and where you’ll have the opportunity to work hand in hand with citizens to maintain community safety and improve the quality of life for residents. Starting salary begins at $ 54,849.60 annually (2020) and includes police academy training.

Applicants must be over 20 years old and live within 45 miles within one year from date of hire. High school diploma or GED is required. Veteran preference offered for those eligible. Minority and bilingual applicants are strongly encouraged to apply as special consideration will be given to bilingual applicants.

Annual testing takes place soon. So, for an application, visit us online at www.chambersburgpolice.com and click on the tab “APPLY” or simply stop by the police headquarters at 116 South Second Street, Chambersburg, PA. CLOSING DATE FOR RECEIPT OF APPLICATION: 4:00 PM, Friday November 6, 2020 a $25.00 fee is required with application.

CPD is an EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Posted08/04/20 Deadline: 11/06/20