SHARON TOWNSHIP POLICE DEPARTMENT
95 EAST WILSON BRIDGE ROAD
WORTHINGTON, OHIO 43085
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Updated: January 20, 2020
Job Classification: Police Officer
The Sharon Township Police Department is building an ongoing eligibility list for Police Officer. Candidates must have OPOTA Certification.
Currently, the police department has two full-time openings and three part-time openings.
The department requires the candidate PHQ. You can access the questionnaire through your candidate account. NTN suggests completing the PHQ as soon as possible so there is not a delay in your process.
Upon completion of NTN testing and PHQ, applicants must contact Lieutenant Jeff Tuchfarber by phone or e-mail.Contact Information:Lieutenant Jeff Tuchfarber614-885-5115 ext. firstname.lastname@example.org
Salary Information: Following salary information was effective March 14, 2019:
FTO/Certification Step $37,179.83 (New employees are usually in this pay-step approximately 3 months before advancing to Step A.)Step A: $39,032.20 Step B: $42,154.78Step C: $51,518.92Step D: $61,485.77Takes approximately 41/2 years or less to advance to Step D. Every year a salary increase request is submitted to the Board of Trustees for approval.
Part-Time pay ranges from $14.78 per hour to $18.14 per hour.
Department Overview: Sharon Township is a small, unincorporated community surrounding the City of Worthington, Ohio. The Sharon Township Police Department consists of 10 Full-Time and 4 part-time officers. Our officers are dedicated to the community policing concept. Because we are a small community our officers believe they are able to make a difference within the community. The 10 fulltime personnel includes the Chief of Police, Lieutenant, and Sergeant.
Area Information: Sharon Township a northern suburb of Columbus, Ohio. We are a small, unincorporated community surrounding the City of Worthington, Franklin County, Ohio.
US Citizen: Yes
High School Grad/GED: Yes
Valid OHIO State Driver's License: Yes
Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes
Academy Certification: Yes, Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy (OPOTA) Certification
Necessary Certifications: Must have previously attended a police academy certified by the Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy and passed the State of Ohio certification test.
Schooling Prior and Post Hiring: Graduation from an accredited high school or the equivalent and successful completion of the Ohio Peace Officer's Training Program.
Background Removal Standards: The following is a partial list of Background Removal Standards. A detailed list will be provided to applicants when scheduled for preliminary interview. The list is available at www.sharontwp.us