Police Officer (Part-Time)

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Glendale Police Department
301 East Sharon Rd.
Glendale, Ohio 45246
513-771-7645
https://www.glendaleohio.org
Updated: August 24, 2021
Job Classification: Police Officer (Part-Time)
The Glendale Police Department will be establishing an eligibility list for the position of Police Officer (part-time). To be considered, all applicants must take the FrontLine National exam through the National Testing Network and complete the Village of Glendale employment application, located at https://www.glendaleohio.org. The application deadline is October 1, 2021. Testing information will be provided upon receipt of application.
Salary Range: $16.81/hr. to $23.54/hr. (part-time)
Benefit Information: All Village of Glendale part-time employees participate in the available State Retirement Pension System(s). Additional benefits are available to full-time employees.
Department Overview: The Village of Glendale is a historic bedroom community of approximately 2,100 residents situated in north-central Hamilton County. One of America’s first planned communities, the Village is home to several large public parks, a vibrant Village Square with shopping and dining, a growing business community, a well maintained Historic District and its own water and wastewater facilities.
The Glendale Police Department has been providing professional, effective police service to the residents of Glendale and all who have business within the village for over 150 years. The Department has 16 sworn and 1 non-sworn personnel, including the Chief of Police, Lieutenant, Sergeant, patrol officers and Court/police clerk. The Department is actively involved in school and community outreach and its officers embrace service with professionalism and perform their duties without bias or prejudice and with respect for all.
Job Requirements:
General
To be considered for the position of police officer, applicants must be at least 21 years of age
and must be a U.S. citizen at the time of appointment. Applicants must have a minimum of a
high school diploma or GED equivalent. Associate or bachelor’s degree is preferred. Upon
appointment, applicants must have a valid driver’s license in their state of residence.
Applicants must be able to read, speak and write the English language. Applicants must have
no Felony convictions and must be able to work varying shift times, weekends and holidays.
Skill Requirements
Persons seeking the position of Police Officer must have the following skill sets and abilities:
Good social and general intelligence; ability to deal firmly and courteously with the public;
excellent judgement; ability to understand and carry out oral and written instructions; good
writing skills; ability to operate a motor vehicle safely under adverse conditions; good powers of
agility; be in excellent physical condition; possess the commitment and ability to deal with all
persons in a non-biased, non-prejudicial, professional and fair manner.
Certifications and Experience
Applicants must have a current Ohio Police Officer certification through the Ohio Peace Officer
Training Council at the time of appointment. Experience as a certified police officer in the State
of Ohio is preferred, but not required.
Hiring Process
All candidates must complete the Village of Glendale employment application. All candidates
must take the FrontLine National exam. Candidates will then complete a panel interview to
establish the eligibility list. Upon a conditional offer of employment, candidates must
successfully complete a background investigation, a fitness for duty psychological examination,
a pre-employment physical and drug screening. Veteran’s preference is provided for as
outlined in Glendale Police Department policy 1000.
Equal Opportunity
The Village of Glendale is an equal opportunity employer.

Contact : Craig Walsh
Chief of Police
513-771-7882
cwalsh@glendaleohio.org

Deadline for Applying : Open until filled