SEASIDE POLICE DEPARTMENT
1091 S. HOLLADAY DRIVE
SEASIDE, OREGON 97138
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Updated: March 09, 2021
Job Classification: Reserve Police Officer
The Seaside Police department is seeking to establish an eligibility list for the position of Reserve Police Officer! All candidates must take the FrontLine National exam as well as the ORPAT through National Testing Network to be considered further in the hiring process.
The department requires the candidate Public Safety Suitability Assessments (PSSAs) and Typing Test. You can access the assessments and Typing Test through your candidate account. NTN suggests completing the PSSAs as soon as possible so there is not a delay in your process.
Salary Information: Volunteer
Benefit Information: None. Equipment provided
Department Overview: The City of Seaside is located in the beautiful Pacific Northwest on the North Oregon Coast. Seaside is tourist location with the peak of the season in the summer. The Seaside Police Department consists of nineteen (19) sworn members and eight (8) communications members. We provide 24 hours service with two (2) person minimum coverage with the activity similar to the city in a small town feel. We have an investigation unit which handles major crimes and includes a school resource officer who handles juvenile related offenses. The Seaside Police Department values our relationships with our law enforcement and community partners to provide safety and security through the highest level of professional, ethical, and integrity based services.
Area Information: Seaside is in Clatsop County
Age: At least 21 years of age
US Citizen: Must be a US Citizen
High School Grad/GED: Possess a High School Diploma or GED
Valid OREGON State Driver's License: Valid Oregon Driver License and a favorable driving record
Ability to Read/Speak English: Yes
Vision: Must successfully pass the Department of Public Safety Standards and Training (DPSST) medical examination that includes vision.
Academy Certification: Local Reserve Academy
Prior Experience: No
Hiring Process: Applicants must pass each step in order to continue in the process. The process includes written exam and physical (ORPAT) testing, an oral interview, a Chief’s interview, background investigation, and medical and psychological exams.
DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Specific Disqualifiers/Behaviors: Felony, Criminal Activity Disqualifiers: No felony convictions or convictions of domestic assault misdemeanor
Driving Disqualifiers: Favorable Driving Record
Drug Use Disqualifiers: