ENGLEWOOD POLICE DEPARTMENT
333 WEST NATIONAL ROAD
ENGLEWOOD, OHIO 45322
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Updated: June 14, 2021
Position Title: Police OfficerThe City of Englewood is currently hiring for the full-time position of Police Officer, with two positions currently available, and to establish an eligibility list for future vacancies.
Candidates MUST COMPLETE the Public Safety Self-Assessment (PSSA) AND the Law Enforcement – Frontline National exam for consideration.
Women, Minorities, and Lateral candidates are encouraged to apply.
All candidates must submit a completed City of Englewood Application Packet, by 4:30 p.m. EDT on Monday, June 14, 2021, to include:
City of Englewood Application Packet may be obtained in person at the Englewood Government Center, 333 West National Road, Englewood OH; or online at www.englewood.oh.us/jobs
Department Overview: The Englewood Police Department is a full-service police agency with an authorized strength of 22 full-time officers, including the Chief of Police and three Sergeants. While primarily assigned to road patrol duties, police officers may have the opportunity to work investigations (detective), as evidence technicians, field training officers, bike patrol, acting watch supervisors, and as a school resource officer. Additionally, the department operates its own communications center, currently serving five police departments and five fire and EMS agencies.
City/County/Area Information: Located off I-70 in northwest Montgomery County, approximately 10 miles from Dayton.
Population: 13,435 (est. 2019)Salary information: $62,004 - $83,054 entry rate depending upon experience and training
Candidate Contact PersonBarb McCormick - Human Resources Director937-836-5106, EXT. firstname.lastname@example.org
The City of Englewood is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Age: Minimum 21 years of age at time of appointment
US Citizen: Required and eligible to work in the United States
High School Grad/GED: Required
Valid OHIO State Driver's License: Required
Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes
College: Obtained credit hours equivalent to an associate degree (60 semester / 90 quarter hours) from an accredited college or university OR four-years of full-time law enforcement experience or active military service
Academy Certification: Must, at the time of appointment, have obtained an Ohio Peace Officer training certificate
Prior Experience: Preferred but not required
Hiring Process: Our hiring process consists of the following:
Disqualifying Events: Applicants for employment with the City of Englewood Police Department are not eligible for employment consideration if certain disqualifying events are a part of their personal background. This list is not to be construed as an inclusive list of all reasons for disqualification or rejection.
DISQUALIFYING CRIMINAL CONDUCT