MARYSVILLE, CITY OF
209 SOUTH MAIN STREET
MARYSVILLE, OHIO 43040
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Updated: June 19, 2020
Classification: Police Officer
The City of Marysville is currently hiring for Police Officer. All testing must be completed by June 19, 2020.
The department requires the candidate PHQ. You can access the questionnaire through your candidate account. The PHQ must be completed by the closing date or you may not be considered further in the process.
An Ohio Police Officer’s Training Council Certification (OPOTA) is required.
Salary Information: $54,885.18 - $76,137.23
Benefit Information: Health, Dental, & Vision Insurance with 80%/20% premium split (employer/employee), Life insurance at no charge to employee, 11 paid Holidays, Vacation, Sick and Personal Accrual, Tuition Reimbursement Program, Pension Plan through Ohio Police and Fire Pension Fund, Deferred Compensation Plans, Direct Deposit, Credit Union Membership, Use of City Fitness Center, Short Term Disability Program, Comprehensive BWC Plan
Contact Information: Tara Maine(937) 645-7367Human Resource Assistanttmaine@marysvilleohio.org
The Marysville Division of Police strives to maintain the highest standards of excellence utilizing training and technology to create a safe environment for citizens, in partnership with our community through fair and professional services.
The Marysville Division of Police promotes public safety through service, integrity, and professionalism utilizing partnerships to prevent, reduce, and deter crime. Our genuine desire is to care for the safety and well-being of our community and our employees while safeguarding property and protecting individual rights.
The Guiding Principles of the Marysville Division of Police: DedicationIntegrityCourageEmpathy
The Division of Police currently has 40 sworn members, eight communication officers, a records clerk and an administrative assistant. The Division has specialized units such as: K-9, Investigations, Special Response Team, Bicycle and Motorcycle.
The Division seeks highly motivated individuals with experience in patrol functions and other components of police work to serve our citizens & uphold the mission and vision of the Division of Police.
Consisting of 16.5 square miles, Marysville is a proud family community with much to offer to include excellent educational opportunities available through the Marysville Exempted School District and an excellent park system, including a municipal swimming pool. The City of Marysville is proud of its many fine churches, public library, daily newspaper, local radio station and YMCA. It should be noted Marysville was recently named the #1 Best City for Job Seekers in Ohio and the city was one of just seven central Ohio communities to be named one of the 50 safest cities in the United States.
Population: 23,000 residents
Age: Minimum age of 21 at time of hire
US Citizen: No
High School Grad/GED: Yes
Valid OHIO State Driver's License: Yes
Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes
Academy Certification: OPOTA required
Schooling Prior and Post Hiring: Candidates must be a high school graduate. Some college and previous law enforcement experience is preferred.
Felony, Criminal Activity Disqualifiers: Conviction of any felony; must have clean criminal past.
Driving Disqualifiers: Must have valid Ohio Driver's license.
Drug Use Disqualifiers: Illegal use of controlled substances and/or conviction for controlled substance violation or intemperate use of alcoholic beverages.
Employment Disqualifiers: Poor Work History, Dishonesty or has been dismissed from employment for inefficiency, delinquency or misconduct; or has resigned from employment while disciplinary charges were pending.
Financial Disqualifiers: Multiple debts which are not being regularly paid off or recent bankruptcy.
Additional Disqualifiers: Failure to meet minimum qualifications stated in announcement or attempted deception, fraud or cheating in connection with applicant or test, making false statements on application; or has otherwise demonstrated a lack of integrity or responsible behavior. Also any other qualities, traits, or attributes undesirable for the position of a law enforcement employee.