GLADSTONE POLICE DEPARTMENT
18505 Portland Avenue
GLADSTONE, OREGON 97027
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Updated: June 22, 2021
Job Classification: Police Officer – Lateral, Full Time, Regular, Non-Exempt, Represented Position
The Gladstone Police Department is hiring for Lateral-Police Officer. Out of state candidates are required to complete the NTN FrontLine National Exam and the department application, resume and cover letter by Friday, June 18th, 2021 at 5pm. In State candidates are required to complete a department application, resume and cover letter by Friday, June 18th, 2021 at 5pm.
The application packet may be downloaded from the City’s website, https://www.ci.gladstone.or.us/jobs or obtained from: Gladstone City Hall, Human Resources, 18505 Portland Ave., Gladstone, OR 97027.
Completed materials must be received at the above address, faxed to or emailed to: email@example.com.
Salary Information: $61,980 - $83,064 annually effective 7/1/21; additional incentives available. Pay commensurate with education, experience & training
Contact Information:Kristi WallsExecutive Administrative Assistanthr@ci.gladstone.or.us
Department Overview: The Gladstone Police Department includes 17 sword positions, including a chief and a lieutenant. Officers have the opportunity to work in a variety of specialized positions. To learn more about The Gladstone Police Department, visit http://www.ci.gladstone.or.us
Area Information: The City of Gladstone has a growing community of approximately 12,000 residents and is located in the heart of Clackamas County. Gladstone is a four-square-mile suburban community twelve miles south of Portland at the confluence of the Clackamas and Willamette rivers. Gladstone is easily accessible by I-205 and Oregon Route 224, (Milwaukie Expressway). To learn more about the city of Gladstone, visit http://www.ci.gladstone.or.us
Age: Must be 21 years of age or older at the time of hire.
US Citizen: Must be a citizen of the United States within 18 months of employment, or a nonimmigrant legally admitted to the United States under a Compact of Free Association
High School Grad/GED: High school diploma or equivalent supplemented by a two-year community college degree or vocational school training in Police Science, Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice, Public Administration, or a related field preferred
Valid OREGON State Driver's License: Must possess, or be able to obtain by time of hire, a valid Oregon Driver's License with a good driving record.
Ability to Read/Speak English: Must be able to speak, read and write the English language; bilingual ability in Spanish preferred.
Vision: Must meet the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training requirements as detailed in Oregon Administrative Rules (OARs).
Academy Certification: To qualify as a Lateral Police Officer, candidates must possess a current Basic Police DPSST certification or equivalent out of state certification, and must be in good standing.
Necessary Certifications: To be considered a qualified lateral applicant, you must currently be certified as an Oregon Police Officer, successfully completed a minimum twelve (12) month probationary period and have two (2) years full-time on the job experience.
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