GURNEE POLICE DEPARTMENT
100 N OPLAINE ROAD
GURNEE, ILLINOIS 60031
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Updated: July 12, 2022
Equal Opportunity Employer
Contact: Human Resources, firstname.lastname@example.org
Job Classification: Police Officer – Entry Level
Job Posting: Village of Gurnee website
Examination: FrontLine National Exam through National Testing Network – complete by August 9, 2022
Application: Gurnee Police Officer Online Employment Application – complete by August 9, 2022
Starting salary: $79,470 annually
Department Personnel: Sworn Officers: 65; 100 total members including sworn officers, sworn supervisory, management, civilian, and 911 Emergency Dispatch staff
12 hour shifts; paid time off – vacation, holiday, personal time; paid sick leave and sick leave incentive programs; health / dental / vision / life insurance plans; retirement savings options (pension, 457, Roth IRA); tuition reimbursement; uniform allowance; annual voluntary fitness bonus.
Visible tattoos permitted within department policy parameters [no head, face, neck, hand/finger tattoos]
No residency or living radius requirement
The Gurnee Police Department is accepting applications to create an entry level eligibility list to fill current vacancies.
Minimum Requirements and Qualifications:
Must meet a minimum of one of the following:
Selection Process - each phase of the process is pass / fail and required to proceed to the next
Complete FrontLine National Exam by by August 9, 2022. Cost of examination is the responsibility of the candidate. Candidates may take the test virtually or in-person at an NTN testing center. For assistance with virtual examinations, click here for more details. For other problems or questions, email NTN Customer Support: email@example.com.
Complete Gurnee Police Officer Application and submit required documents no later than August 9, 2022.
Oral Interview with Civil Service Commission – eligible applicants will be contacted to schedule an interview
Oral Interview with Gurnee Police Department Supervisory Staff
Post-offer examinations / screenings include but are not limited to: verification of completion of a minimum of 60 hours of college credit (if applicable); polygraph examination; psychological evaluation; background investigation; ability to pass the Illinois Peace Officer Wellness Evaluation Report (POWER test); medical / vision examinations and drug screen.
Completion of the FrontLine National Examination and / or Gurnee Police Officer Employment Application is not a guarantee of eligibility to continue in the testing process. Candidates may be disqualified after completion of the test or submission of application for reasons including but not limited to: failure to complete testing / application submission by required deadline; not meeting minimum position qualifications; not meeting minimum passing standards for the examination; missing or incomplete documents; or other disqualifying factors related to Police Officer candidacy or employment.