GERVAIS POLICE DEPARTMENT
592 4TH ST. GERVAIS, OREGON
GERVAIS, OREGON 97026
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Updated: June 13, 2019
Job Classification: Reserve Police Officer
The Gervais Police Department has an open and continuous recruitment process to fill their current Reserve Police Officer openings. All candidates must take the FrontLine National exam and have a valid passing ORPAT through NTN.
The NTN PHQ is not required at this stage in the hiring process. SELECTED candidates will be invited to complete the PHQ for the Gervais Police Department at a later date. If you have not been invited to complete the PHQ, please do not do so, as it will not be reviewed by the department.
Salary Information: Volunteer Position
Benefits Information: Excellent training to become a full-time officer
Candidate Contact Person:Kim WilliamsExecutive Assistant503-792-4575
Department Overview: We are interested in preparing and training applicants who are pursuing a full-time career in Law Enforcement.
Area Information: Gervais is between Salem and Woodburn, Oregon just off Hwy 99E.
US Citizen: Yes, at time of appointment.
High School Grad/GED: College attendance preferred. Diploma or GED acceptable.
Valid OREGON State Driver's License: Yes
Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes; Ability to read and speak Spanish as well is preferred.
Vision: Visual and Hearing Acuity: Must meet the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training requirements as detailed in Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs) 259-¬008¬-0000,http://arcweb.sos.state.or.us/pages/rules/oars_200/oar_259/259_008.html
College: Criminal Justice/Psychology attendance or degree preferred.
Academy Certification: Current and former Chemeketa Law Enforcement students encouraged to apply.
Additional Requirements: An ethically minded person who has a positive, upbeat attitude. Demonstrates humility and compassion for helping people. A desire to work with a diverse community to help enrich the lives of our youth, and families. Believes in community policing, supportive of building positive police school relationships and is looking for a department who will invest in their foundational training to be a stronger applicant for full-time police officer positions.
Hiring Process:: NTN, ORPAT, PHQ, Interview, Psychological, Medical, and thorough background investigation.
Disqualifiers: Criminal Activity, Driving, Drug Use, Employment, and Financial