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Nebraska Crime Commission

Commission on Law Enforcement and Criminal Justice

Law Enforcement Job Listings

Job listings posted below are retrieved from the Nebraska Criminal Justice Information System. The Nebraska Crime Commission does not make any guarantee of accuracy of these listings. If you need further information or accommodation on a job listing, please contact the law enforcement agency directly. If you are a law enforcement member and would like a post to appear here, please contact your NCJIS administrator.

Agency Name Position Title Description
ASHLAND PD Police Officer The Ashland Police Department in Ashland, Nebraska is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Applicants must be a U.S. Citizen, at least 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED and be of good moral character, with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. Nebraska Certification is preferred but not required. All applicants must pass a background check and must meet qualifications for the NLETC certification. Application can be found here: https://www.ashland-ne.com/vimages/shared/vnews/stories/56001e280b5d6/City%20Employment%20Application.pdf Please send completed application packet and resume to the Ashland Police Department by mail to 2304 Silver Street, Ashland, Nebraska 68003. Position will remain opened until filled. The City of Ashland / Ashland Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Battle Creek Police Dept. Full Time and/or Part Time Police Officer Applications are being accepted for Full-time and/or Part-time Law Enforcement Officers for the City of Battle Creek. Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification is preferred or must be obtained within one year of initial employment. Full-time positions will receive an hourly wage and benefits to include City paid health insurance, Holiday Pay, Vacation Pay, Sick Leave and a City matching SIMPLE IRA Plan. Applications are available at the Battle Creek City Office, 102 South 2nd Street, P.O. Box 280. Battle Creek, NE 68715. A background check and review of references is required. Applications will be accepted until positions are filled. The City of Battle is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
BOONE CO SO ALBION Dispatcher/Jailer We are currently hiring for the following: Dispatcher-Corrections Officer Wanted -The Boone County Sheriff’s office is accepting applications for a Communications Dispatcher/Corrections Officer. -Applicants must be 19 years of age, have a high school diploma or equivalent, be of good moral character, and be able to pass a thorough background investigation as well as have a valid driver’s license. -Applicants must be able to communicate effectively in English, speak, read, write and comprehend, and be eligible to work in the United States. -Communication Officers are responsible for receiving and dispatching emergency and non-emergency law enforcement, fire and medical calls. It is a multi-tasking position that includes the operation of a computer and communication equipment. -Applicants must be willing to work all shifts working 40 hours a week including working every other weekend, with some holidays. -The position includes an excellent benefit package including full family health insurance at no cost, dental insurance at no cost for the employee. Other benefits include life insurance, vacation, sick leave and retirement. Applications are available at the Boone County Sheriff’s Office: 217 South 5th Street Albion, Nebraska 68620 A resume should accompany the completed application. For further information, contact Sheriff Denny Johnson, Chief Deputy John Buck, or Office Manager Mary Hemmingsen. Phone: 402-395-2144 Applications will be accepted until the position has been filled. Boone County is an EEO employer. The position is subject to a veteran’s preference. Upon request, individuals with a disability will be provided with a reasonable accommodation in the application process. Please contact Veterans Service Office at 402-395-2905 to request an accommodation.
BROWN CO SO AINSWORTH Deputy Sheriff The Brown County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for a full-time Deputy position. Applicants must be a US Citizen, be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or equivalent, have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, be of good moral character, have a valid driver’s license, and be in good physical condition. Candidates must be willing to work nights, weekends and holidays. Nebraska certification is preferred but not required. All applicants must pass a background check prior to an offer of employment. Benefits include uniform allowance, paid insurance, vacation and sick leave, take home patrol vehicle and county retirement program. Applications can be obtained at the Sheriff’s Office or by calling (402) 387-1440.
BUFFALO CO SO KEARNEY Deputy Sheriff Deputy Sheriff The Buffalo County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for Deputy Sheriff. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age; have a valid Nebraska driver’s license; a high school diploma or GED; no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions; be able to read, write and understand the English language; and be able to work rotating shifts including nights, weekends, and holidays. Nebraska certification is preferred but not mandatory. Non-certified applicants must be able to meet the NLETC qualification standards for certification. All applicants will be subject to a thorough background check. Hourly pay, $22.56-$28.24, dependent upon the number of years of service. Benefits include full time pay, individual health insurance, access to vision, dental, life and disability insurance, subsidized family health insurance, paid vacation and sick leave, employer matched-retirement, take home vehicles and furnished uniforms. Applications will be accepted until Friday, April 30, 2021 at 5 p.m. For application packet visit www.buffalocounty.ne.gov or email jsamuelson@kearneygov.org Buffalo County Sheriff’s Office 2025 Ave A P.O. Box 2228 Kearney, NE 68848 308-233-5274 Buffalo County EOE/AA/Veterans preference
CASS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE Deputy Sheriff Lateral (Already Certified) Job Classification - Nature of Work: (May not include all duties that may be assigned) The work of a Deputy Sheriff involves responsibility for the protection of life and property; for the prevention, detection, and investigation of crime; and, for maintaining law and order. Specific assignments are received from superior officers and are carried out in accordance with established rules and procedures found in S.O.P.s. General Orders, and Departmental Directives. The work involves an element of personal danger and may be performed in either uniform or plain clothes within the jail facility and/or jurisdiction Cass County Nebraska. Performance standards for the Deputies shall be established and evaluated by their respective divisional supervisor(s). Depending on the assignment this position maybe first responsible to the Corporal(s) in all other assignments of this classification is responsible to the Sergeant(s). The deputies also performs duties as directed by the courts and the Sheriff in uniform; and are responsible for maintaining a clean and safe working environment for the inmates well being and co-employees, all documentation of visitation, medical treatment, communications, commissary items, accounts, property, of inmates, and maintaining and complying with Nebraska Jail Standards. Performance standards for the officers within the rank of Deputy shall be established and evaluated by their respective Sergeant or Corporal. Please submit application via website by going to www.casscountysheriffne.org Click on Resources and Services/Employment Opportunities/online application.
CASS COUNTY SHERIFF'S OFFICE Corrections Officer The Cass County Sheriff’s Office currently has openings for Corrections Officers and are currently seeking applications for candidates who would meet the qualifications for this position. Applicants must be at least 19 years of age and successfully pass a thorough background check, which includes a polygraph. Applicants must also possess a valid Nebraska driver’s license and be willing to reside (in Nebraska), within 45 minutes of Plattsmouth. We offer insurance, paid vacations, paid holidays and sick time.
CEDAR CO SO HARTINGTON Dispatcher/Jailer The Cedar County Sheriffs Office is accepting applications for the position of dispatcher/jailer. Cedar County offers full family health insurance plus other benefits. Contact Cedar County to request an application.
CEDAR CO SO HARTINGTON Deputy Sheriff The Cedar County Sheriffs Office is currently accepting applications for the position of Deputy Sheriff. Applicants must be a US Citizen at least 21 years of age by completion of NLETC, have a high school diploma or GED, have a valid drivers license, and be of good moral character with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. Applicants will be required to work nights, holidays, and some weekends. Law enforcement certification is preferred but not mandatory. If not certified, applicants must meet any and all requirements for admission to the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. Benefits include full family health insurance, vacation and sick leave, retirement, cell phone and uniform allowance, take home vehicle.
CENTRAL CITY PD Police Officer The City of Central City is accepting applications for the full-time position of Police Officer. NLETC certification is preferred, but not mandatory. Requirements: Candidate must meet qualifications for the NLETC certification. You must be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED and be of good moral character, with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. Pay is based on experience. Benefits included as follows: full family health/dental insurance paid, 401K, vacation, and holiday pay, single membership to the Fitness Center. Job description and application forms may be obtained at City Hall, 1702 31st Street, Central City, 308-946-3806, or at the Central City Police Department, 1616 16th Avenue, Central City, 308-946-3003, centralcitypd@gmail.com. Applications will be taken until position is filled. EOE
Chadron Police Department Police Officer, Entry and Lateral Entry The City of Chadron Police Department is seeking dedicated and professional individuals, with compassion and a willingness to work with citizens to maintain a healthy and safe community. Our officers are well equipped with vehicles, firearms, bullet proof vests, body cameras and all the necessary equipment and training to be successful in this challenging profession. Entry level and certified applicants are all encouraged to apply. Our Benefits: The City of Chadron offers excellent benefits: comparable wages, overtime, sick leave, annual leave, two personal leave days and nine paid holidays. A full benefits package including an outstanding health care plan (family coverage is $239.88 per month), dental and vision insurance, long term disability insurance, $30,000 in term life insurance and 7% employee contribution retirement benefit with the city matching the employee’s contribution of 7%. Our Requirements: High School Diploma or equivalent, minimum age 21 years, excellent physical condition, valid driver's license, and be of good moral character with no felony conviction. Pre-employment drug test, polygraph, physical standards test and psychological test are required. Nebraska Certified Officer is preferred but is not required. Officers certified in Nebraska will be granted a lateral entry upon completion of FTO program. Candidates certified in other states will be granted lateral entry upon successful completion of NLETC’s requirements for reciprocity certification and FTO. SALARY: $18.46 Base hiring rate, negotiable based on qualifications and experience and the top step at $24.31. Our Community: Chadron offers something for just about everyone, no matter your hobbies. Located in the Northern Panhandle of Nebraska, it was recognized as one of the 50 best sports towns in America according to Sports Afield magazine. Surrounded by the beauty of the Pine Ridge, Chadron is an excellent, progressive community in which to live. Our schools offer smaller class sizes for a more personalized learning approach and are rank high amongst other similar school districts. We are home to Chadron State College, which is ranked 17th in the nation for their Business Academy. Recent developments including a new hospital, new clinic, new regional air service provider and other new businesses have further established Chadron as an economic hub of the Northern Panhandle. Recreational facilities include the new Aquatic and Wellness Center, beautiful city parks and the CSC Nelson Physical Activity Center. Picturesque Fort Robinson, Chadron State Park, and the Nebraska National Forest are nearby. Rapid City, SD, is a quick 90 minutes to the north; surrounded by Mt. Rushmore, Crazy Horse, Deadwood, Sturgis and the beautiful Black Hills, when you have the urge for a road trip. CLOSING DATE: Open until filled.
Clay County 911 Center Dispatcher Clay County 911 Center is seeking a full and part time position: working nights, weekends, and holidays. This is a telephone, radio and computer operator that connects people in need with fire, police, and medical emergency services.Employees will work in a newly established Clay County 911 Center stand-alone building. Education requirement is high school diploma or equivalent.
Coleridge Police Dept. Chief of Police The Village of Coleridge Nebraska, an equal opportunity provider and employer, is currently accepting applications for a full-time position of Chief of Police. Candidate must be a certified police officer within the State of Nebraska, possess a valid driver's license, and pass all applicable background checks. Preferred candidates will have at least three years of law enforcement management experience, and an Associate's degree or higher education. Starting salary is dependent on qualifications and experience. Benefit package includes uniform allowance, health insurance allowance, retirement, paid holidays, sick leave and vacation leave. To apply for the position obtain and application from the Village Clerk's Office. The position remains open until filled. Applications accepted in person during regular business hours at the address below. Applications by mail can be sent to: Village of Coleridge, Attn. Police Chief Search, P.O. Box 276, Coleridge, NE 68727-0276
FRONTIER CO SO STOCKVILLE Deputy Deputy Sheriff Agency Name: Frontier County Category: Law Enforcement Location: Description: The Frontier County Sheriff's Office in Curtis is accepting applications for a full time Deputy Sheriff. Must be a U.S, Citizen, be at least 21 years of age, a high school graduate or possess a GED and be of good moral character. No felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, a valid driver’s license and in good physical condition. Nebraska certification preferred but not mandatory. Non certified applicants must be able to meet NLETC entrance qualifications. Paid employee health insurance with family coverage available at a reduced cost, paid vacation, sick leave, retirement, take home patrol vehicle, equipment, and uniform allowance furnished. Frontier County is primarily a rural area located between two river valleys in southwest Nebraska. We have two state lakes with abundant hunting, fishing and recreational facilities. We have friendly pro law enforcement communities with great schools and affordable housing. We provide county wide and contract law enforcement with Curtis, Eustis, Maywood and the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture. Deputies have county wide patrol and investigative responsibilities and are not limited to the towns they reside in. This position requires residency in Eustis. Contact the Frontier County Sheriff's Office by phone, 308-367-4411 or nb03200@curtis-ne.com to request an application. Please include a current resume with your application. Frontier County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Salary: Closing Date: 10/28/2020 Contact Person: Dan Rupp - Sheriff Contact Email: nb03200@curtis-ne.com Contact Phone: 308-367-4411 Contact Address: 308 Center Ave. Curtis, NE 69025-0320 Web Site: Date Posted: 07/30/2020
FRONTIER CO SO STOCKVILLE Deputy Sheriff The Frontier County Sheriff's Office in Curtis is accepting applications for a full time Deputy Sheriff. Must be a U.S, Citizen, be at least 21 years of age, a high school graduate or possess a GED and be of good moral character. No felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, a valid driver’s license and in good physical condition. Nebraska certification preferred but not mandatory. Non certified applicants must be able to meet NLETC entrance qualifications. Paid employee health insurance with family coverage available at a reduced cost, paid vacation, sick leave, retirement, take home patrol vehicle, equipment, and uniform allowance furnished. Frontier County is primarily a rural area located between two river valleys in southwest Nebraska. We have two state lakes with abundant hunting, fishing and recreational facilities. We have friendly pro law enforcement communities with great schools and affordable housing. We provide county wide and contract law enforcement with Curtis, Eustis, Maywood and the Nebraska College of Technical Agriculture. Deputies have county wide patrol and investigative responsibilities and are not limited to the towns they reside in. Contact the Frontier County Sheriff's Office by phone, 308-367-4411 or frontiercountydispatch@gmail.com to request an application. Please include a current resume with your application. Frontier County is an Equal Opportunity
GARDEN CO SO OSHKOSH Deputy Sheriff The Garden County Sheriff’s Office will be accepting applications for the position of Full-Time Deputy Sheriff. Applicants must be 21 yrs of age, have a high school diploma or GED, be of good moral character, no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, have a valid driver’s license and be in good physical condition with the ability to work a rotating schedule that includes weekend and holidays. Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification is preferred but not mandatory. Applicants must be able to meet NLETC qualifications; must pass the Police Standards Advisory Council’s Prep test and be accepted for certification. Benefit package includes insurance, take home patrol unit, and equipment is provided. Applicants must undergo a background investigation, interview(s), and physical testing according to NLETC. Applications can be picked up at the Garden County Sheriff’s Office at 611 Main Street in Oshkosh, NE. Resumes and applications will be accepted until April 26th, 2021. For more information or to have an application mailed out, contact Sheriff Michelle L. Quinn or Chief Deputy Randy Ross at 308-772-3540. Garden County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
GORDON PD Police Officer GENERAL SUMMARY: Under direction of the Chief of Police, performs all law enforcement functions including shift patrol, investigation, interrogation, and courtroom testimony. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Display honest, trustworthy, and ethical behavior when dealing with internal and external customers. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. • Regular attendance that is punctual and dependable is required. • Enforces state laws, local ordinances and traffic laws • Identifies, collect and preserves evidence • Mediates domestic disputes • Prepares various reports and documents to complete investigations • Presents evidence and testimony in judicial settings • Maintain effective community relations • Provide assistance to neighboring governments per mutual aid agreements • Cooperation with and assistance to appropriate prosecuting authority • All duties as required by City ordinances • All duties as required by state statute • Other duties as assigned by the Chief of Police KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: • Applicants must a U.S. citizen, 21 years of age, a high school graduate or GED equivalent and possess a valid driver’s license • Able to communicate knowledge and experience in an effective manner • Able to meet physical requirements of police duty • Knowledge of federal, state, and municipal criminal and traffic laws • Participation in continuing education or law enforcement certification updates as may be necessary, or as may be required by state statute • Able to lift at least 50 pounds ENTRY LEVEL REQUIREMENTS: • Certified law enforcement officer or the ability to be certified within one year of hire • Bachelor’s degree preferred • Meet required psychiatric test standards WORKING CONDITIONS: • Must reside within city limits • On call at all times for back up and emergencies • Work flexible hours including some nights, early mornings, weekends, holidays, and on call. • Regular interaction with abnormal human behavior • Duties may be hazardous and life threatening • Perform duties in all weather conditions • Bloodborne Pathogens: There may be exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues. • Employee will be required to take necessary training and any required vaccinations, paid for by the City of Gordon. The Gordon Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Interested Applicants can send a resume and application, available on the website, to Chief Clay Heath PO Box 311 North Oak Street Gordon, Nebraska 69343 This position is subject to a veteran's preference pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. 48-227. To request applications call 308/282-0837 or 308/282-0308
Gordon Police Department Police Officer GENERAL SUMMARY: Under direction of the Chief of Police, performs all law enforcement functions including shift patrol, investigation, interrogation, and courtroom testimony. ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: • Display honest, trustworthy, and ethical behavior when dealing with internal and external customers. Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with those contacted in the course of work. • Regular attendance that is punctual and dependable is required. • Enforces state laws, local ordinances and traffic laws • Identifies, collect and preserves evidence • Mediates domestic disputes • Prepares various reports and documents to complete investigations • Presents evidence and testimony in judicial settings • Maintain effective community relations • Provide assistance to neighboring governments per mutual aid agreements • Cooperation with and assistance to appropriate prosecuting authority • All duties as required by City ordinances • All duties as required by state statute • Other duties as assigned by the Chief of Police KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS & ABILITIES: • Applicants must a U.S. citizen, 21 years of age, a high school graduate or GED equivalent and possess a valid driver’s license • Able to communicate knowledge and experience in an effective manner • Able to meet physical requirements of police duty • Knowledge of federal, state, and municipal criminal and traffic laws • Participation in continuing education or law enforcement certification updates as may be necessary, or as may be required by state statute • Able to lift at least 50 pounds ENTRY LEVEL REQUIREMENTS: • Certified law enforcement officer or the ability to be certified within one year of hire • Bachelor’s degree preferred • Meet required psychiatric test standards WORKING CONDITIONS: • Must reside within city limits • On call at all times for back up and emergencies • Work flexible hours including some nights, early mornings, weekends, holidays, and on call. • Regular interaction with abnormal human behavior • Duties may be hazardous and life threatening • Perform duties in all weather conditions • Bloodborne Pathogens: There may be exposure to blood, body fluids, or tissues. • Employee will be required to take necessary training and any required vaccinations, paid for by the City of Gordon. The Gordon Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Interested Applicants can send a resume and application, available on the website, to Chief Clay Heath PO Box 311 North Oak Street Gordon, Nebraska 69343 This position is subject to a veteran's preference pursuant to Neb. Rev. Stat. 48-227. To request applications call 308/282-0837 or 308/282-0308
HALL CO Corrections CORRECTIONS OFFICER The Hall County Dept. of Corrections, Grand Island, Nebraska is taking applications to fill vacant position(s) for female and male corrections officers. Visit www.hallcountyne.gov for an application, additional information, job qualifications and requirements. Application packets are also available from the Hall County Dept. of Corrections located at 110 Public Safety Drive, Grand Island, NE 68801. Questions may be directed to hcdcjobs@hallcountyne.gov. All completed applications should be received by 4:00 pm on April 30, 2021 to insure consideration for this round of testing. Hall County does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in employment or provision of services. Veteran’s preference is available.
HALL COUNTY SHERIFF OFFICE GRAND ISLAND Deputy Sheriff The Hall County Sheriff's Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Deputy Sheriff. Applicants must meet the following requirements: 21 years old by date of appointment, high school graduate or equivalent, good driving record with the ability to obtain a valid Nebraska Driver’s License. Must also pass written, oral, physical fitness and psychological exams, drug screening, and a thorough background investigation. Must be able to pass all entry requirements of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. Wages are on an 8 step pay scale: 22.47 to 31.00 per hour and comes with a complete Benefit Package. Hall County is EOE and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability in employment or provision of services. Veteran's preference is available. Application and additional information can be found at www.hallcountyne.gov or picked up at the Sheriff's Department (111 Public Safety Drive, Grand Island, NE. 68801) Application deadline is May 14, 2021 at 5:00pm. Please contact Sergeant Jason Smith at 308-385-5200, ext. 2132, or via email at jasons@hallcountyne.gov if you have any questions.
HAMILTON CO SO AURORA County Sheriff The Board of Commissioners of Hamilton County, Nebraska is seeking qualified candidates to fill the vacancy in the office of County Sheriff. The appointed individual will administer and direct the functions and personnel of the Sheriff's office, for the unexpired term ending January 5, 2023. The County is seeking an innovative and progressive professional with proven managerial and leadership experience, as well as strong interpersonal skills, possessing the ability to lead, coach, and train staff in a focused and effective manner to support its objectives. Candidates should be community oriented and able to maintain positive relationships with citizens, schools and businesses. The Hamilton County Sheriff's office currently consists of a chief deputy and eight full-time sworn deputy sheriffs, and also includes 24 hour dispatch/jailer staff. Qualifications: Qualified candidates must: (1) hold a high school diploma or GED, a valid Nebraska driver's license, and a current Law Enforcement Certification in the State of Nebraska; (2) be of good moral and professional character as determined by a thorough background investigation; (3) be able to react calmly and quickly in case of emergency and make correct decisions in such cases; (4) have proven skills in the use of firearms; (5) have practical knowledge of basic first aid, basic computer operation, and automotive equipment used in modern law enforcement; (6) have a thorough understanding of state laws, administrative rules and regulations for sheriff office and jail administration in Nebraska; (7) possess working knowledge of communication systems, including Enhanced-911; and (8) be able to maintain records, prepare reports, and utilize good fiscal management practices in the handling of departmental budgets. Ten years of law enforcement officer experience and/or at least three years' experience as a supervisory officer in a law enforcement agency is preferred. Salary plus an excellent fringe benefit package consisting of health, dental and life insurances, and participation in NPERS. Application: When submitting your application, you must also include: (1) A resume and cover letter detailing your qualifications consistent with those listed; (2) a copy of your Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification and any advanced law enforcement training or continuing education certificates; and (3) at least two professional references. A General Application for Employment form is available on the County's website www.hamiltoncountyne.com under Employment or may be obtained from the Hamilton County Clerk, 402-694-3443 - clerk@hamilton.net Submit General Application and related documents to: Hamilton County Board of Commissioners c/o Hamilton County Clerk 1111 13th Street Suite 1, Aurora, NE. 68818. DEADLINE: April 1, 2021 at 5:00PM. Hamilton County is an equal opportunity employer.
HARLAN CO SO ALMA Dispatcher/Jailer The Harlan County Sheriff’s Office has an immediate opening for a full-time dispatcher/jailer. This job involves radio and telephone communications, handling emergency and non-emergency calls, dispatching ambulance and fire units, managing inmates, and computer skills. Jail training and telecommunication training will be provided. Shift will mainly be nights, but some rotation of shifts does occur. Benefits include health insurance, vacation, holidays, sick and retirement. Applications can be picked up at the office, per phone call request or request one at the email address below. Applications will be accepted until the position has been filled.
HASTINGS PD Police Officer DESCRIPTION OF WORK Patrol assigned area to enforce laws and ordinances, respond to calls, enforce laws, make arrests, issue citations, regulate traffic, control crowds, prevent crimes, and testify in court cases. Conduct investigations to prevent crimes or solve criminal cases, and perform a variety of administrative and technical duties in support of the department. • Patrol—safely operates patrol car ensuring security and safety while maintaining department visibility and public confidence; enforces local, State and Federal laws, issues citations, makes arrests, administers first aid, and transports offenders. • Traffic Enforcement—enforces traffic laws in order to prevent accidents, i.e. speeding, stop sign violation, headlight/taillight problems, etc. and investigates accidents. • Citizen Contact—demonstrates courtesy to all facets of the public; responds to requests for information/assistance; performs public relations for citizen groups, schools, community groups, media, and other organizations; represents the department and cultivates citizen contacts for investigative purposes. Must be consistent with enforcement, education and interaction with local schools. • Response to Call for Service—follows proper response procedure; arrives promptly and safely at scene; provides information and assistance to general public; resolves initial dispute (if any) between parties; interviews concerned parties; determines if incident is a criminal or civil matter; and administers first aid if necessary. Responds to calls involving extreme injury or death. • Criminal Investigations—conducts criminal investigations which may include crimes against persons and property, narcotics, juvenile offenses, and related crimes; collects and preserves evidence. Cooperates with court personnel and officials from other law enforcement agencies and testifies in court as necessary. • Crime Scene Investigations—conducts crime scene investigations; takes appropriate investigative steps, i.e. taking statements, examining and protecting incident scene, interview and interrogation of suspects, documentation of investigative steps, collection and preservation of evidence, crime scene photography; conducts follow-up investigations; writing, planning and service of search warrants. • Apprehension and Arrest of Suspects—issues appropriate citations; effects arrest without using unreasonable and excessive force; assists other officers if necessary; follows proper booking/jail procedures; testifies in court. • Documentation—submits reports checking for accuracy, completeness, essential elements, fundamental soundness and substantiation of action taken. Reviews daily arrest/incident reports, intelligence reports etc. to familiarize self with current investigations and developments, proper use of crime coding system, ensuring thoroughness and organization of reports and case files; maintains logs, prepares reports, and maintains required records. • Equipment Care—ensures preventive and corrective care of assigned department owned equipment. • Training— serves as Field Training Officer as assigned providing training to new officers on departmental policies, procedures, and requirements. Maintains required certifications, licenses and keeps abreast current law enforcement trends and laws. • Regular attendance that is punctual and dependable is required. • Performs related duties as required or assigned. • Consistent review of caseload while performing thorough and timely investigations and follow-up. • Attends all department mandated in-service training as well as other assigned training. Full job description can be found at: https://www.cityofhastings.org/departments/human-resources/job-openings/
HEMINGFORD POLICE DEPT Police Officer The Hemingford Police Department is a looking for a full time police officer. Certification preferred, but not required. Great benefit package, all equipment and uniforms provided, take home vehicle, Village sponsored HSA, On-call pay. Pay depends on experience. Contact for more information.
HOLDREGE PD Police Officer The City of Holdrege is accepting applications for the position of a Police Officer. Applicants must be a U.S. Citizen, 21 years of age, excellent physical condition, valid Nebraska driver’s license on date of employment, have a high school diploma or equivalent, and be of good moral character with no felony, domestic assault or serious misdemeanor convictions. Benefits include uniform, duty equipment, vacation, sick leave, holidays, life insurance, 100 % paid health insurance (single or family) and retirement package. Certification is preferred but is not required. Salary is based on qualifications. Applications may be requested from Kathy Goos, Holdrege Police Dept. 813 5th Avenue, Holdrege, NE 68949, emailing Kathy at kgoos@cityofholdrege.org, or by calling 308-995-4407. Applications due 04/16/21. Testing date 04/17/21. EOE.
KIMBALL CO SO KIMBALL Dputy Sheriff The Kimball County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for the position of full time Deputy Sheriff. Applicants must be a U.S. citizen, at least 21 years of age at the time of completing the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center, have a high school diploma or GED, be of good moral character, with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions and have a good driving record. Applicant must have a valid Nebraska driver’s license. Non-certified applicants must have passed the TABE test and be able to meet the NLETC qualifications for certification to include qualifying for the PRET. Applicant must be willing to work nights, weekends, holidays, and be on call three to four days per week. Non-certified applicants will be required to sign a contract prior to attending the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center for three years of service after graduation. We offer a competitive salary and excellent benefits. Kimball County Sheriff’s Office is an equal opportunity employer. This position is subject to veteran’s preference. Applications are available at the Kimball County Sheriff’s Office, 114 East 3rd Street, Kimball, NE 69145. Resumes are accepted by email to request an application. NO PHONE CALLS, PLEASE.
KNOX CO SO CENTER Dispatcher/Jailer The Knox County Sheriff's Office has a 911 Center and 18 bed Jail including detox. Schedules vary by shifts. Most shifts are two people shifts. All applicants must meet the requirements of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. All applicants must be twenty-one (21) years of age, U.S. citizen, possess a high school diploma and a Nebraska Driver's License with a good driving record. A thorough background investigation will be conducted.Benefits include competitive wage, sick leave, paid vacation, paid holidays, EOE
LEXINGTON POLICE DEPARTMENT Police Officer The Lexington Police Department is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Certified applicants will be required to complete the field training program. Non certified applicants will be attending basic training at the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center with full pay and benefits. Other qualifications include being at least 21 years of age, a United States citizen, the ability to work weekends, holidays and nights as needed; possess a valid Nebraska operator's license and have a good driving record; possess a high school diploma or GED. Must be of good moral character; no felony convictions, serious misdemeanors, domestic charges or dishonorable discharge from military service. Benefits include family health, dental, vision and life insurance; paid vacation, paid holidays, sick leave, 7 % match retirement, uniforms, full duty gear, mobile phone allowance and a choice of gym membership. Lexington is located in central Nebraska and is close to several state recreational areas including the beautiful Johnson Lake and is perfect for the hunting and fishing enthusiasts. Certified wage between $21.48 and $28.56 depending on experience. Download the application AND personal history statement at www.cityoflex.com and mail or deliver to Police Captain Paul Schwarz at P.O. Box 70, Lexington, NE 68850 To learn more visit us on Facebook at Lexington, Nebraska Police Department Next review on January 1, 2021 unless filled prior to that date. Open until filled.
Madison County Sheriff’s Department Deputy Sheriff - Madison County The Madison County Sheriff’s Department is presently taking applications to establish an eligibility list for the position of Deputy Sheriff (Road Patrol /Corrections Deputy) which currently two open positions exist. Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification is not required, however to be completed within the first year of employment. Job Description A Deputy with the Madison County Sheriff’s Department will perform all related duties in either the patrol or the jail division including, but not limited to, patrolling Madison County’s rural and municipal areas to prevent and discover the commission of crimes; monitor inmates and ensure facility safety; enforce State laws; enforce traffic regulations; conduct investigations on criminal offenses and traffic accidents to gather evidence, obtain witnesses and make arrests; serve subpoenas, writs, executions and other civil documents; provide documentation and testimony to courts; perform prisoner transports and extraditions, and provide courtroom and courthouse security. Minimum Required Qualifications High School diploma or equivalent. Ability to meet, communicate, and work with general public effectively and to react calmly, quickly, and accurately in emergency situations essential. Must successfully pass literacy, physical, background, and polygraph exams, as well as a Basic Training Academy as provided or approved by Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. Minimum age 21 years. Hiring Process Following a review of all applications, qualified candidates will be invited to participate in the hiring process. Written and physical tests will be utilized to evaluate the qualifications and fitness levels of those selected. Applicants must achieve a passing score on all examination components, complete background paperwork, and have a successful Merit Commission interview in order to be placed on the eligible for hire list (i.e. eligibility list). The eligibility list is valid for up to six (6) months. Those on the eligibility list will be considered for employment. Procedure for hiring a deputy sheriff http://www.madisoncountysheriff.com/procedure-for-hiring-a-deputy-sheriff/ Salary and Benefits Starting probationary salary $44,824.00 per year with graduated increases for five years. Posted salary negotiable based on certification, experience, and qualifications. Madison County offers excellent benefits to include health, vision, and dental insurance; paid sick, vacation, and holiday time; and a retirement plan. Madison County is an EO/AA employer and qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, national origin, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, and/or political affiliation. Applications must be received, or post marked no later than midnight May 21, 2021. Applications may be filled out online (preferred) at http://www.madisoncountysheriff.com/application/ Written application forms may be downloaded from http://www.madisoncountysheriff.com/wp-content/uploads/Madison_County_Sheriff_application_10312017.pdf To request an application or for more information call 402-454-2110 ext. 152 or email mcso@madisoncountysheriff.com
Madison County Sheriff’s Department Career Opportunity – Deputy Sheriff The Madison County Sheriff’s Department is presently taking applications to establish an eligibility list for the position of Deputy Sheriff (Road Patrol /Corrections Deputy) which currently two open positions exist. Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification is not required, however to be completed within the first year of employment. Job Description A Deputy with the Madison County Sheriff’s Department will perform all related duties in either the patrol or the jail division including, but not limited to, patrolling Madison County’s rural and municipal areas to prevent and discover the commission of crimes; monitor inmates and ensure facility safety; enforce State laws; enforce traffic regulations; conduct investigations on criminal offenses and traffic accidents to gather evidence, obtain witnesses and make arrests; serve subpoenas, writs, executions and other civil documents; provide documentation and testimony to courts; perform prisoner transports and extraditions, and provide courtroom and courthouse security. Minimum Required Qualifications High School diploma or equivalent. Ability to meet, communicate, and work with general public effectively and to react calmly, quickly, and accurately in emergency situations essential. Must successfully pass literacy, physical, background, and polygraph exams, as well as a Basic Training Academy as provided or approved by Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. Minimum age 21 years. Hiring Process Following a review of all applications, qualified candidates will be invited to participate in the hiring process. Written and physical tests will be utilized to evaluate the qualifications and fitness levels of those selected. Applicants must achieve a passing score on all examination components, complete background paperwork, and have a successful Merit Commission interview in order to be placed on the eligible for hire list (i.e. eligibility list). The eligibility list is valid for up to six (6) months. Those on the eligibility list will be considered for employment. Procedure for hiring a deputy sheriff http://www.madisoncountysheriff.com/procedure-for-hiring-a-deputy-sheriff/ Salary and Benefits Starting probationary salary $44,824.00 per year with graduated increases for five years. Posted salary negotiable based on certification, experience, and qualifications. Madison County offers excellent benefits to include health, vision, and dental insurance; paid sick, vacation, and holiday time; and a retirement plan. Madison County is an EO/AA employer and qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, national origin, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, and/or political affiliation. Applications must be received, or post marked no later than midnight May 21, 2021. Applications may be filled out online (preferred) at http://www.madisoncountysheriff.com/application/ Written application forms may be downloaded from http://www.madisoncountysheriff.com/wp-content/uploads/Madison_County_Sheriff_application_10312017.pdf To request an application or for more information call 402-454-2110 ext. 152 or email mcso@madisoncountysheriff.com
MCCOOK PD Police Officer PATROL OFFICER - CITY OF MCCOOK, NEBRASKA is accepting applications and resumes (both required) for one Patrol Officer in accordance with the McCook Civil Service Act. Applicants must be able to pass background investigation. Psychological evaluation and drug test required for applicants determined eligible for hire by the McCook Civil Service Commission. Law enforcement experience preferred, not required. Non certified applicants must meet all requirements to obtain entry into the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center and become a Nebraska-certified Law enforcement officer within one year. Starting salary (BOE): $19.85 per hour. 42 hour work week. Full benefit package. Application review: November 20, 2020. Required written exam date, 8:00 A.M., December 12, 2020 and oral interviews for those who pass at 1:00 p.m. To request application and background investigation form contact Lilia Dimas, HR Officer at (308)345-2022 ext. 220 or obtain online: www.cityofmccook.com. Send completed application, resume & background information request to: City Offices, 505 West C St., PO Box 1059, McCook, NE 69001-1059 or submit to apply@cityofmccook.com. EOE/AAE. All positions of employment with the City of McCook are subject to a Veterans’ Preference.
MILFORD PD Police Officer The Milford Police Department in Milford, Nebraska is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer. Applicants must be a U.S. Citizen, at least 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED and be of good moral character, with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. Nebraska Certification is preferred but not required. All applicants must pass a background check and must meet qualifications for the NLETC certification. The City of Milford offers a competitive salary and benefit package that offers paid family health insurance, paid vacation, sick leave, retirement package, overtime, uniform and equipment. To request an application packet, interested applicants can contact the Milford Police Department at (402) 761-2772 or by email at mpd41@outlook.com Please send completed application packet and resume to the Milford Police Department Attn: Chief Forrest Siebken by mail to P.O. Box 13, Milford, Nebraska 68405 or by email mpd41@outlook.com Position will remain opened until filled. The City of Milford / Milford Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Nebraska Department of Insurance - IFPD Insurance Fraud Investigator Qualified individuals must be current law enforcment certified. EXAMPLES OF WORK: Receive and review complaints against those suspected of committing violations of the Insurance Fraud Act. Performs investigations consisting of locating, interviewing and taking statements from witnesses and persons suspected of perpetrating an insurance fraud or those who have knowledge relating to said crime. Analyzes referrals submitted to the Fraud Division which may lead to the review of insurance records, bank statements, audits, financial records, police reports, notes and letters, computer generated documents, medical records, photographs, billing invoices, receipts, warranties, personal checks, applications, and other record/statements during the course of an investigation which may point to guilt or innocence. Review financial transactions including financial records, claim files and underwriting files of insurance companies as well as the books and records of other entities and private individuals. Assist, consults, and coordinated investigations with other law enforcement agencies, insurance company personnel, and consumers. Makes custodial arrests when circumstances dictate. Shall investigate cases independently or in conjunction with other law enforcement agencies. Prepare case reports and other correspondence of a routine nature during the course of an investigation for review by the immediate supervisor. Provide testimony before judicial and administrative bodies on matters relative to investigations pertaining to insurance fraud. Assist in the preparation and presentation of anti-fraud, informational, and prevention programs. Must carry firearms while on duty. Maintains proficiency by practice and certification. REQUIREMENTS: Coursework/training in criminal justice, law enforcement, police science, criminology, or related field AND active Law Enforcement certification for the State of Nebraska with experience in criminal justice, law enforcement, police science, criminology, or related field, including experience conducting criminal investigations. PREFERRED: Minimum of three years of experience conducting criminal investigations. Specialized experience in the area of healthcare fraud, accident reconstruction, fire origination and financial crimes are desired. Applications must be submitted through the State of nebrska Website https://statejobs.nebraska.gov/
NELIGH PD Police Officer The City of Neligh, NE (population 1,600) an Equal Opportunity Employer, is accepting applications and resumes (both required)for the position of police officer. To receive an application, request one through the email listed. All applicants must be able to meet the eligibility requirements of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center to include the following: must be a U.S. Citizen, at least 21 years of age, possess a high school diploma or equivalent. Possess a valid driver's license with good driving record. Be of good moral character with NO FELONY or SERIOUS MISDEMEANOR convictions. Be willing to sign a release of information from all previous employers including military as a thorough background investigation will be conducted. Pre-employment drug/alcohol screen, physical standards test, polygraph exam, medical and psychological exam are required. Nebraska Certified Officer is preferred but is not required. Non-Certified candidates must be able to pass admission requirements for the NLETC and become Nebraska Certified within 1 year of hire date. Applicants must be willing to relocate to Neligh, NE upon start date. All uniforms and duty equipment provided including take home patrol vehicle, Glock 9mm handgun, AR-15, less lethal shotgun, ballistic vests, Taser X2, In-Car and body worn camera. Benefits include health, life and vision insurance, paid vacation, paid holidays, sick leave and retirement. Position will remain open until filled. TO APPLY FOR POSITION REQUEST APPLICATION THROUGH EMAIL LISTED BELOW.
NORFOLK PD Dispatcher DISPATCHER, Police Division, City of Norfolk. Involves the receiving and transmitting of requests for services concerning public safety through radio and telephone communications; must be able to work with the public; must be able to type at least 50 w.p.m. Computer knowledge preferred but not required. Bilingual ability in English/Spanish desirable. Ability to fluently read and write English language. Hours of work will be a twelve-hour shift, 6:00 p.m. - 6:00 a.m., with every other weekend a 3-day weekend off. Salary range $2,916 - $4,045/month. Excellent fringe benefit package. Apply at www.norfolkne.gov/humanresources or at Personnel Office, 309 N. 5th Street, Norfolk, Nebraska, phone (402) 844-2010. Applications being accepted through April 23. EOE
OAKLAND PD Patrol Officer (Part Time) The Oakland Police Department is currently accepting applications for a Part-Time Police Officer. The Oakland Police Department currently works 12 hour shifts and shift coverage may vary based on staffing and department needs. This position will require you to have a current Nebraska Law Enforcement Certificate or be eligible for certification through Nebraska. Oakland Police Department will provide additional training for continuing education hours. Requests for an application can be made by phone or by email. The Oakland Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Salary: $19.00 per/hr
OGALLALA PD Police Officer People of all ages and backgrounds are drawn to Ogallala and Keith County because of our excellent quality of life. Just a ten minute drive from Nebraska’s #2 tourist destination, Lake McConaughy, the area offers endless outdoor recreation. Recently completed expansion and improvement to the public school facilities, along with the Mid Plains Community College satellite campus and a new, state of the art library, Ogallala offers outstanding education opportunities for children and adults alike. The award winning and ever-expanding Ogallala community hospital, along with a top notch city recreation center and parks featuring both indoor and outdoor pools, provide the resources needed to maintain and grow your health. Ogallala’s business community is thriving with recent investments in downtown renovations, as well as expansion of the business sector surrounding the I-80 corridor. Always true to it’s roots, Ogallala has a strong agricultural sector, as well as museums and businesses that feature it’s history as a major destination in the old west. Ogallala truly is a great place to live, work, and play. The Ogallala Police Department is accepting application for the position of Police Officer. Applicants must be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED, possess a valid driver’s license and have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. Benefit package included. Nebraska Law Enforcement certification is preferred, but not mandatory. Certified officers are eligible for $3000 bonus. Must live within 20 minutes of town. Applications may be requested from Shannon Josjor, Civil Service Secretary, 410 East 2nd, Ogallala NE 69153, by calling 308-284-2024, or emailing shannon.josjor@ogallala-ne.gov. Applications will be accepted until 03/12/2020 4:00 MT. EOE.
ORD PD Police Officer The Ord Police Department is seeking individuals who have been called to serve their community in the field of law enforcement. You must be at least 21 years of age, hold a valid driver’s license, be a U.S. Citizen, a high school graduate or equivalent, have no felony or certain misdemeanor or traffic convictions, and must be of good moral character as determined by a thorough background investigation. Certification is preferred, but we are willing to train the right person. Non-certified applicants will be required to have successfully completed the T.A.B.E. test and to provide a copy of the results with their completed applications. If selected, an uncertified officer must qualify for and complete basic law enforcement certification at the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center as required by state statute. The Ord Police Department is looking for a candidate who is self-motivated, energetic, responsible, mature, passionate about their community and who understands and practices servant leadership. We offer a progressive and positive work environment, with excellent equipment. We partner with area agencies to provide training, as well as sending our officers to off-site training, when feasible. We offer competitive wages. Benefits include paid family health insurance with a city contribution to HSA, dental insurance, life insurance, an attractive retirement plan, paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, uniforms and equipment. The City currently provides take home patrol vehicles. The position will remain open until filled. Applications may be obtained by contacting the Ord Police Department in person or by mail; 205 South 17th Street, Ord, NE, 68862; e-mail, ord.dispatch@outlook.com; or by phone 308.728.5991 This position is subject to Veteran’s Preference in accordance with Nebraska Revised Statute 48-227. Ord is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Ord Police Department Police Officer The Ord Police Department is seeking individuals who have been called to serve their community in the field of law enforcement. You must be at least 21 years of age, hold a valid driver’s license, be a U.S. Citizen, a high school graduate or equivalent, have no felony or certain misdemeanor or traffic convictions, and must be of good moral character as determined by a thorough background investigation. Certification is preferred, but we are willing to train the right person. Non-certified applicants will be required to have successfully completed the T.A.B.E. test and to provide a copy of the results with their completed applications. If selected, an uncertified officer must qualify for and complete basic law enforcement certification at the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center as required by state statute. The Ord Police Department is looking for a candidate who is self-motivated, energetic, responsible, mature, passionate about their community and who understands and practices servant leadership. We offer a progressive and positive work environment, with excellent equipment. We partner with area agencies to provide training, as well as sending our officers to off-site training, when feasible. We offer competitive wages. Benefits include paid family health insurance with a city contribution to HSA, dental insurance, life insurance, an attractive retirement plan, paid holidays, vacation, sick leave, uniforms and equipment. The City currently provides take home patrol vehicles. The position will remain open until filled. Applications may be obtained by contacting the Ord Police Department in person or by mail; 205 South 17th Street, Ord, NE, 68862; e-mail, ord.dispatch@outlook.com; or by phone 308.728.5991 This position is subject to Veteran’s Preference in accordance with Nebraska Revised Statute 48-227. Ord is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Plainview Police Department Police Chief or Police Officer The City of Plainview, population 1,246 in rural Northeast Nebraska is accepting applications for the position of Police Chief or Police Officer. Cover letter, resume and 3 references will be accepted at P.O. Box 757 Plainview, NE 68769. Attention: Jeremy Tarr, City Administrator. Application forms are available online at www.cityofplainview.com or in person at 205 W Locust Ave in Plainview, NE between the hours of 8:00 a.m. and 5:00 p.m. Position open until filled. Requirements: Must be a US Citizen, at least 21 years of age, must have a high school diploma or GED, be of good moral character with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, a valid driver's license, in good physical condition and must be willing to work a schedule that includes some weekends and holidays. Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification is preferred. Applicants must be able to meet the NLETC qualifications for certification and pass a background check. The City of Plainview is an equal opportunity employer.
POLK CO SO OSCEOLA Deputy Sheriff The Polk County Sheriff's Office is currently accepting applications for Deputy Sheriff. All applicants must meet the requirements of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. All applicants must be twenty one (21) years of age, U.S. citizen, posses a high school diploma and a Nebraska Driver's License with No Serious Traffic Violations. All applicants must pass a background investigation with No Felony or Serious Misdemeanor. Benefits include competitive wage, employee health insurance, retirement account, sick leave, vacation, paid holidays, overtime, take home patrol car and uniforms. Polk County Sheriff's Office is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Ponca Police Dept. Chief of Police The City of Ponca is located 23 miles West of Sioux City, Iowa in Northeast Nebraska, is accepting applications for it's Chief of Police position. Minimum requirements: Must be a U.S. Citizen, 21 years of age or older, a valid Driver's License and must be of good moral character with no felonies, domestic assault, or serious misdemeanor convictions. Beginning annual salary of $42,875.00, plus a competitive benefits package. Please submit cover letter, resume, a minimum of 3 references, and a City of Ponca application to: City of Ponca, P.O. Box 465, Ponca, NE 68770. Applications may be requested from the City of Ponca, 123 W 3rd St., Ponca, NE 68770, by calling 402-755-5165, or by email at asstclerk@cityofponca.org. This position will remain open until filled. First review of applications to occur after November 20, 2020. The City of Ponca is an equal opportunity employer.
RED WILLOW CO SO MCCOOK Deputy Sheriff The Red Willow County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for a full-time Deputy Sheriff. Applicants must be a U.S. citizen, 21 years of age at time of employment, high school graduate or equivalent, have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, have a valid drivers license, be of good moral character, good physical condition. Applicant must pass a background investigation, a psychological test and must meet all requirements of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center including final certification. Benefit package includes paid vacation, sick leave, retirement, take home patrol vehicle, plus more. Red Willow County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To obtain an application go to rwsheriff.org, under the tab “about us” click on employment opportunities. Complete a fill in application or printable application along with a resume’ and send it to: Red Willow County Sheriff’s Office 516 Norris Avenue McCook, Nebraska 69001
RED WILLOW CO SO MCCOOK Corrections Officer The Red Willow County Sheriff's Office in McCook, Nebraska is accepting applications for the position of Corrections Officer. Successful applicants will be a U.S. Citizen, minimum 19 years of age, High School diploma or G.E.D. required, be in good physical condition with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. Red Willow County offers health insurance at $100.00/month individual, $150.00/month for individual and children or spouse, $200.00/month for full family coverage. Supplemental dental and vision coverage are available at a low cost to the employee. Paid vacation/sick leave and holiday pay for holidays worked and retirement is also provided. Jail staff work 12 hour shifts (Days 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Nights 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. with every other Friday, Saturday and Sunday off. Uniforms and equipment are provided. Uncertified applicants (if hired) will attend two weeks of paid training at the Work Ethic Camp in McCook. Applications may be obtained at the Red Willow County Sheriff's Office, 516 Norris Avenue, McCook, Nebraska 69001 or from the department website at: http://www.rwsheriff.org or by calling (308)345-1850 Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Application will be received until the position is filled. Red Willow County is an equal opportunity Employer.
RED WILLOW CO SO MCCOOK Corrections Officer The Red Willow County Sheriff's Office in McCook, Nebraska is accepting applications for the position of Corrections Officer. Successful applicants will be a U.S. Citizen, minimum 19 years of age, High School diploma or G.E.D. required, be in good physical condition with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions. Red Willow County offers health insurance at $100.00/month individual, $150.00/month for individual and children or spouse, $200.00/month for full family coverage. Supplemental dental and vision coverage are available at a low cost to the employee. Paid vacation/sick leave and holiday pay for holidays worked and retirement is also provided. Jail staff work 12 hour shifts (Days 6 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Nights 6 p.m. to 6 a.m. with every other Friday, Saturday and Sunday off. Uniforms and equipment are provided. Uncertified applicants (if hired) will attend two weeks of paid training at the Work Ethic Camp in McCook. Applications may be obtained at the Red Willow County Sheriff's Office, 516 Norris Avenue, McCook, Nebraska 69001 or from the department website at: http://www.rwsheriff.org or by calling (308)345-1850 Monday through Friday between 8:00 a.m. and 4:00 p.m. Application will be received until the position is filled. Red Willow County is an equal opportunity Employer.
RED WILLOW CO SO MCCOOK Deputy Sheriff The Red Willow County Sheriff’s Office is accepting applications for a full-time Deputy Sheriff. Applicants must be a U.S. citizen, 21 years of age at time of employment, high school graduate or equivalent, have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, have a valid drivers license, be of good moral character, good physical condition. Applicant must pass a background investigation, a psychological test and must meet all requirements of the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center including final certification. Benefit package includes paid vacation, sick leave, retirement, take home patrol vehicle, plus more. Red Willow County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. To obtain an application go to rwsheriff.org, under the tab “about us” click on employment opportunities. Complete a fill in application or printable application along with a resume’ and send it to: Red Willow County Sheriff’s Office 516 Norris Avenue McCook, Nebraska 69001
SALINE CO SO WILBER Deputy Sheriff The Saline County Sheriff's Office, in Wilber, Nebraska is accepting applications for Deputy Sheriff. Applicants must be a U.S. citizens, at least 21 years of age, have high school diploma or equivalent, possess a valid driver's license, be of good moral character with no felony or serious convictions and be in good physical condition. Pay rate is dependent upon education, qualifications, training and experience. Benefit package includes health insurance, life insurance, retirement plan, paid vacation and sick leave, holiday pay, uniform allowance and a great work environment with a proactive team concept. Applicants will undergo a background investigation. Interested applicants may contact the Saline County Law Enforcement Center at 911 S. Main, P.O. Box 911, Wilber, NE 68465 or call (402) 821-2111 to request an application. Applicants will be accepted until position is filled. Saline County is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
SARPY CO SO PAPILLION Deputy Sheriff (Lateral) ATTENTION Nebraska Certified Officers--Sarpy County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for the position of Deputy Sheriff. Posting opens 4/5/21 and closes on 4/16/21. If interested please contact Sergeant Matt Howey at mhowey@sarpy.com. I will send you out a Personal History Statement to fill out along with a schedule of he hiring process.
SAUNDERS CO SO WAHOO 911 Dispatcher Have you ever wanted to work in a field that is challenging, rewarding, meaningful, and exciting? The Saunders County Sheriff’s Office is hiring for the position of 911 Dispatcher. Emergency dispatch personnel fulfill a vital first responder role by being the first to speak with someone when they call 911 in an emergency. Skills to be successful in this job include, being able to multi-task very well, be a good listener, and yet have compassion to be able to control dynamic situations in times of an emergency. Dispatchers have a variety of duties, such as the following: • Answer both 911 and non-emergency calls for service • Use computers and computer-aided dispatch • Dispatch and monitor fire departments, rescue and law enforcement
SAUNDERS CO SO WAHOO Full-Time Deputy Minimum requirements include U.S. citizenship, age 21 before completion of the training program, have a high school diploma or GED; be of good moral character with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions; and possess a valid Nebraska driver's license. Nebraska law enforcement certification is preferred, but is not mandatory. The County provides uniforms and equipment, as well as a take-home patrol vehicle, as long as deputy resides in Saunders County. Minimum qualifications include being in good physical condition--applicants must complete and pass a physical fitness test and vision must be no worse than 20/200 uncorrected to 20/20 corrected. Applicant must also submit to a drug test, a psychological test, a polygraph examination, and complete and pass a written examination. In addition, a background investigation will be conducted. A $3,000.00 hiring bonus will be paid out over two years.
SCOTTS BLUFF COUNTY DETENTION CENTER Corrections Officer The Scotts Bluff County Detention Center is accepting application for male and female Corrections Officers. Minimum requirements is you must be a citizen of the United States, at least 19 years of age, high school diploma or equivalent, valid driver license and free of any convictions of crimes punishable by imprisonment in a state or federal penitentiary for a term of one year. Staff work 12 hours shifts rotating four on four off, shifts are from 0600 to 1800 or 1800 to 0600. Employees will receive the Scotts Bluff County Benefit package, along with uniforms and equipment provided. All training is completed in house with no traveling required. Applicants with experience or Nebraska certified Corrections Officers are preferred but not required.
Scotts Bluff County Sheriff's Office 911 Communication Specialist/Dispatcher Communications Specialist Scotts Bluff County 911 Center has an opening for full time and part time dispatchers. This center dispatches for law enforcement and fire. Center is staffed 24/7/365. Requirements: 19 years or older, High School Diploma or equivalent. Must pass criminal background check and written test. Qualifies for Veterans’ Preference. Submit cover letter, resume, and County application to Personnel Department by April 16, 2021. For additional information call 308-436-6718 or go to: www.scottsbluffcounty.org/personnel/employment-jobs.html. Scotts Bluff County is an EOE/AA.
Scotts Bluff County Sheriff's Office 911 Communication Specialist/Dispatcher Communications Specialist Scotts Bluff County 911 Center has an opening for full time and part time dispatchers. This center dispatches for law enforcement and fire. Center is staffed 24/7/365. Requirements: 19 years or older, High School Diploma or equivalent. Must pass criminal background check and written test. Qualifies for Veterans’ Preference. Submit cover letter, resume, and County application to Personnel Department by April 16, 2021. For additional information call 308-436-6718 or go to: www.scottsbluffcounty.org/personnel/employment-jobs.html. Scotts Bluff County is an EOE/AA.
SEWARD POLICE DEPT Police Captain The City of Seward is seeking highly-qualified applicants to fill the position of Police Captain, which serves as second in command of the Police Department. Applicants must hold a current Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center (NLETC) certification including Supervision certification; must successfully complete the NLETC Management course within one year of hire; seven years of law enforcement experience including a minimum of three years of supervision; advanced courses in police techniques and administration; Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice or related field or any equivalent combination of experience and training; possess a valid driver's license; pass vision and physical exam determining fitness for sworn duty. Individuals claiming Veteran's Preference must include a copy of DD214 with their application. The hiring process will consist of a minimum of two oral board interviews and a written essay. The Civil Service Commission reserves the right to limit the number who undertake oral interviews. Full job description and application forms available at: City Hall, P.O. Box 38, Seward, NE 68434; phone 402-643-2928; website: www.CityofSewardNE.gov. Reasonable accommodations available if needing assistance in completing application and should be made at time of application. The City of Seward is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
SHERMAN CO SO LOUP CITY Part-Time Patrol Deputy The Sherman County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for the position of part-time patrol deputy. Applicants must be certified, active law enforcement officers in the State of Nebraska and meet all of the applicable requirements and continuing education. Both dayshift and nightshift hours are available and scheduling is flexible. Approximately 1-2 shifts will be available per month, with more available on an as-needed basis. Sherman County is an equal opportunity employer and veteran preference points will be applied per state statue. Call or email the contact below to request an application. Position is open until filled.
SIDNEY PD POLICE OFFICER 3 Open positions available. Positions will remain open until filled. The City of Sidney Police Department is seeking dedicated and professional individuals, with compassion and a willingness to work with citizens to maintain a healthy and safe community. Our officers are well-equipped with vehicles, firearms, bullet proof vests, and all the necessary equipment and training to be successful in this challenging, but rewarding, profession. The Sidney Police Department is authorized to maintain 14 sworn officers. Department Information: Flexible work schedule including all shifts with attractive days off built in Bi-weekly pay schedule Nebraska Police Retirement (Defined Contribution) Benefits include medical, dental, life insurance and paid holidays Minimum Requirements: 21 years of age or older High school diploma or equivalent Valid driver’s license and good driving record Speak and write the English language Be of good moral character No felony or domestic violence convictions Preferred Qualifications: Bachelor’s Degree, Nebraska Certified Law Enforcement Officer or equivalent from another State. Miscellaneous Information: Non-certified applicants starting hourly pay: $19.28/hour Certified applicants starting hourly pay: Negotiable within established pay range Maximum Patrol Officer hourly pay: $25.64/hour Signing bonus is available for current NE certified officers or officers eligible for reciprocity process following satisfactory completion of probationary period Following employment offer, continued employment is contingent upon satisfactory psychological test battery, medical examination, and pre-employment drug screen The successful applicant must complete an FTO program and one year probationary period Residency requirement: Must reside within 15 minutes driving time of City limits Application Process: Written test, oral interview, physical fitness test and background investigation Preference points for military service and/or Nebraska certification (if not actively employed in law enforcement) Lateral entry process available for individuals who hold a current Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification and are currently employed as a full-time Law Enforcement Officer. Applicants who do not meet minimum qualifications will not be invited to test
SIOUX CO SO HARRISON Part-Time Deputy Sheriff The Sioux County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for part-time position of Deputy Sheriff. Applicants must have Nebraska Law Enforcement certification. Applicants must be able to pass a background check to include Article 791 and a drug screening. Starting pay for Part-Time Deputies is $15 an hour. Hours are flexible. Patrol vehicle, uniform and equipment is provided. Sioux County is an Equal Opportunity Employer
SUPERIOR PD Police Officer The City of Superior is currently accepting applications for a full-time police officer. Qualified applicants must be a U.S. Citizen, 21 years of age by the time of certification, have a high school diploma or equivalent, be of good moral character with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, have a valid driver's license and be in good physical condition. Certification is preferred but willing to train the right person. Will accept applicants from other states with acceptance to reciprocity certification. Non-certified officer must qualify for and complete basic law enforcement certification at the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center as required by law. All applicants must pass an extensive background check. Duties include patrol, enforcement of traffic, criminal laws and city ordinances, accident investigations as well as involvement within the community including local events. Officer's uniforms, weapons and vests are supplied as well as a take-home patrol vehicle. Benefit package includes health insurance, vacation pay, sick leave, and retirement.
SUPERIOR PD Police Officer The City of Superior is currently accepting applications for a full-time police officer. Qualified applicants must be a U.S. Citizen, 21 years of age at the time of employment, have a high school diploma or equivalent, be of good moral character with no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, have a valid driver's license and be in good physical condition. Certification is preferred but willing to train the right person. Will accept applicants form other states with acceptance to reciprocity certification. Non-certified officer must qualify for and complete basic law enforcement certification at the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center as required by law. Duties include patrol, enforcement of traffic , criminal laws and city ordinances, accident investigations as well as involvement within the community including local events. Officers' uniforms, weapons and vests are supplied as well as a take-home patrol vehicle.
Sutton Police Dept. Police Officer The City of Sutton Police Dept. is adding an additional officer to our department. Sutton Police is seeking a highly-qualified applicant certification preferred but will train the right person, for the position of full-time Police Patrol Officer. The Sutton Police Department is a very proactive department with all newer updated equipment including E-Citation and computers in the patrol units. Sutton Police also has a fully trained and certified narcotics K-9 and handler that is very active in the field. Take home patrol vehicle equip. with computer (MDT) camera, radar, and dept. issued AR-15, and shotgun. All uniforms, duty gear, and firearms provided. The City of Sutton offers paid employee insurance as well as reduced family coverage. Applicants must be U.S. citizens; 21 years of age; never convicted of a felony or serious misdemeanor by any Court, be in good physical condition and possess excellent moral character; possess a valid driver's license and a high school diploma or G.E.D. certificate. Applicants must meet all requirements for entry into the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center or have a current Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification. Applicant must be able to work weekends, holidays, and rotating shifts. Applicant must submit to pre employment drug testing. To request an application please call 402-773-5545. Completed applications along with resume and cover letter can be mailed or dropped off to Chief Tracey Landenberger at 122 South Saunders, Sutton, NE 68979 or email to suttonpd@suttonne.com. The position will be opened until filled. The City of Sutton is an Equal Opportunity
Thurston County Law Enforcement Center Corrections Officer The Thurston County Jail has openings for part-time and full-time Jailors. Will be overnight shifts, day shifts, as well as weekend shifts. Applicant must be 21, dependable and able to type with computer knowledge. Position will remain open until filled
UNIV OF NEBRASKA AT OMAHA & MED CENTER POLICE OMAHA Police Sergeant The University of Nebraska at Omaha & Med Center Department of Public Safety seeks experienced law enforcement supervisors. Those interested must have experience in leading and mentoring others. They must demonstrate effective critical thinking skills and exhibit sound judgement. For details, see posting at the link below https://unomaha.peopleadmin.com/postings/12365
UNIV OF NEBRASKA AT OMAHA & MED CENTER POLICE OMAHA Police Sergeant The University of Nebraska at Omaha & Med Center Department of Public Safety seeks experienced law enforcement supervisors. Those interested must have experience in leading and mentoring others. They must demonstrate effective critical thinking skills and exhibit sound judgement. For details, see posting at the link below
University of Nebraska at Kearney Police Department Police Officer The University of Nebraska Kearney Police Department (UNKPD) is an armed professional law enforcement agency, manned by State of Nebraska Certified Police Officers sworn and empowered through the State of Nebraska. UNK Police Officers patrol campus and the surrounding community, respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for service, and enforce laws, including Nebraska motor vehicle laws, issue citations or warnings and complete necessary reports. Patrol campus to provide safety and security to all those on the UNK campus. Assist other law enforcement agencies and any other duties as assigned. Overtime opportunities through on campus activities and athletic events In state and out of state trainings are encouraged and welcome at UNK PD. Opportunities to assist and to train other Law Enforcement officers in Nebraska Employee & Dependent Scholarship Program: Full-time and retired employees who wish to continue their education may be eligible for tuition assistance through the employee scholarship program. Spouses and dependent children may also be eligible for this benefit.
University of Nebraska at Omaha & Med Center Police Department Police Officer The University of Nebraska at Omaha & Med Center Department of Public Safety seeks experienced applicants to fill the position of Police Officer. Those interested must demonstrate effective critical thinking skills and exhibit sound judgement. Officers must be committed to public service and professionalism. For details, see posting at the link below. https://unomaha.peopleadmin.com/postings/12473
University of Nebraska at Omaha & Med Center Police Department Police Officer The University of Nebraska at Omaha & Med Center Department of Public Safety seeks experienced applicants to fill the position of Police Officer. Those interested must demonstrate effective critical thinking skills and exhibit sound judgement. Officers must be committed to public service and professionalism. For details, see posting at the link below.
University of Nebraska Police - Lincoln Police Officer The UNL Police Department seeks to add to our team of dedicated police officers with individuals who utilize good judgement, relate well with the public, and can be a role model for the community. UNL Police is a full-service, accredited law enforcement agency with over 65 sworn and non-sworn personnel. The Department provides uniformed patrol, criminal investigations/threat assessment, and security/special event coordination for two campuses in Lincoln and University-owned property throughout the state. The Department is also responsible for the overall safety and security of nationally televised Nebraska football games and other athletic events. The University offers excellent wages and benefits, including tuition reimbursement. Applicants must meet the minimum criteria as set forth by the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center. See https://employment.unl.edu/postings/70362 to apply or more information. The University of Nebraska-Lincoln seeks to attract and retain a high performing and diverse workforce in which employees’ differences are respected and valued to better meet the varying needs of the diverse populations we serve. The university fosters a diverse and inclusive work environment that promotes collaboration so that all individuals are able to participate and contribute to their full potential. As an EO/AA employer, qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, national origin, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, and/or political affiliation. See: http://www.unl.edu/equity/notice-nondiscrimination.
VALENTINE PD Police Officer The City of Valentine is seeking a highly-qualified applicant for the position of full-time Police Officer. Applicants must be U.S. citizens; 21 years of age; never convicted of a felony or serious misdemeanor by any Court, be in good physical condition and possess excellent moral character; possess a valid driver's license and a high school diploma or G.E.D. certificate. Applicants must meet all requirements for entry into the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center or have a current Nebraska Law Enforcement Certification. Applicant must be able to work weekends, holidays, and rotating shifts. Please send resume and cover letter to Chief Miller at 365 N Main St. Suite 10, Valentine, NE 69201 or email to valentinepd@cityofvalentine.com. The position will be opened until filled. The City of Valentine is an Equal Opportunity and Veteran Preference Employer.
WASHINGTON CO SO BLAIR Deputy Sheriff Eligibility List The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is establishing an eligibility list for Deputy Sheriff. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age; have a valid Nebraska driver’s license; a high school diploma or GED; no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions; be able to read, write and understand the English language; and be able to work rotating shifts including nights, weekends, and holidays. Nebraska certification is preferred but not mandatory. Out of state certifications must meet the NLETC qualification standards for certification. All applicants will be subject to a thorough background check. The hourly pay will be dependent upon the number of years of service. Benefits include individual health insurance, access to vision, dental, life and disability insurance, subsidized family health insurance, paid vacation and sick leave, employer matched-retirement, take-home vehicles, and the following equipment: * Badges, collar brass, and name tags * Body armor * Outer vest carrier * Ammunition * Handgun * Patrol Rifle * Shotgun * Taser * Narcan * Duty Belt * Portable radio * Body worn camera * Computer
WASHINGTON CO SO BLAIR Deputy Sheriff Eligibility List The Washington County Sheriff’s Office is establishing an eligibility list for Deputy Sheriff. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age; have a valid Nebraska driver’s license; a high school diploma or GED; no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions; be able to read, write and understand the English language; and be able to work rotating shifts including nights, weekends, and holidays. Nebraska certification is preferred but not mandatory. Out of state certifications must meet the NLETC qualification standards for certification. All applicants will be subject to a thorough background check. The hourly pay will be dependent upon the number of years of service. Benefits include individual health insurance, access to vision, dental, life and disability insurance, subsidized family health insurance, paid vacation and sick leave, employer matched-retirement, take-home vehicles, and the following equipment: * Badges, collar brass, and name tags * Body armor * Outer vest carrier * Ammunition * Handgun * Patrol Rifle * Shotgun * Taser * Narcan * Duty Belt * Portable radio * Body worn camera * Computer
Wausa Police Department Police Chief The Village of Wausa Nebraska is accepting applications for the position of Police Chief. This is a small Northeastern Nebraska community of about 600. This would be an ideal situation for a retired officer or someone looking to retire in a small peaceful community. Benefits include health insurance, life insurance, paid vacation, uniform allowance, and retirement. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, a valid Nebraska driver's license, be in good physical condition and of good moral character, have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions and be a United States Citizen. A background check will be performed on all applicants. Nebraska Law Enforcement certification is required. Send resume and references to: Village Clerk P.O. Box 219 Wausa, NE 68786 402-586-2311 EOE Position open until filled.
WAYNE CO SO WAYNE Deputy Sheriff The Wayne County Sheriff’s Office is currently accepting applications for the position of Deputy Sheriff. Nebraska law enforcement certification strongly preferred but not necessary. Applicants must: be a United States citizen, possess a valid driver’s license, have a high school diploma or GED equivalent, be a minimum age of twenty-one upon certification, meet physical admission requirements of NLETC if not certified, not have any physical impairments that would prevent the ability to perform required physical duties, not have any felony or serious misdemeanor convictions that would compromise the moral character of a law enforcement officer, and be able to work rotating shifts including nights, weekends, and holidays. Applications will be accepted until the position is filled. Benefits include full time salary, family health insurance, paid vacation and holidays, sick days, retirement, and uniform allowance. Contact the Wayne County Sheriff’s Office for an application. Wayne County Sheriff’s Office, 521 Lincoln St, Wayne NE 68787. Phone 402-375-1911
Wayne Police Department Full Time Dispatcher The City of Wayne is accepting applications for a full time Public Safety Dispatcher. Rotating 12 hour shifts in two month intervals with every other three day weekend off. Responsible for coordinating all police, fire, ambulance and other emergency requests within the City of Wayne and Wayne County, as well as other related duties as required. Must have strong oral and written communication skills. Computer literacy a must. Drug Free work place. Application and job description available online at cityofwayne.org/jobs.aspx Please submit completed application, resume and letter of interest to Wayne Police Department, 306 Pearl Street, Wayne, NE 68787. Position open until filled. EOE
WEST POINT PD Police Officer The City of West Point is accepting applications for the position of police officer. Prior experience and certification by the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center preferred but not mandatory. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions and possess a valid Nebraska's drivers license. Benefits include health insurance, vacation, sick leave, retirement plan and uniforms. Salary depending upon experience. Applicants may pick up an application at 444 S Main St, West Point, NE or email: police@cableone.net
WEST POINT PD Police Officer The City of West Point is accepting applications for the position of police officer. Prior experience and certification by the Nebraska Law Enforcement Training Center preferred but not mandatory. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, have no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions and possess a valid Nebraska's drivers license. Benefits include health insurance, vacation, sick leave, retirement plan and uniforms. Salary depending upon experience. Applicants may pick up an application at 444 S Main St, West Point, NE or email: police@cableone.net
WYMORE PD (2) Part-time Police Officer The Wymore Police Department is currently seeking applications for a Part-Time Police Officer. Join the City of Wymore's Police Department. We offer competitive pay and a quality work environment. Wymore is a small town of approximately 1200 people. We offer a flexible schedule. This position will require you to have a current Nebraska Law Enforcement Certificate. Requests for an application can be made by phone or by email to the City of Wymore. The Wymore Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer. 402-645-3377 wymorepd@diodecom.net
YORK CO SO YORK Deputy Sheriff The York County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for a Full-Time Deputy Sheriff position. The York County Sheriff's Department is currently staffed by 25 full time employees including patrol, clerks and corrections. York County is located between Lincoln and Grand Island on interstate 80. The York County Sheriff's Office prides itself in providing its deputies with state of the art equipment and an employee-friendly work environment. Nebraska certified law enforcement officers are preferred. All applicants will be considered. The application process will involve submittal of the employment application, intensive background investigation, and an interview. Applicants must be 21 years of age, have a high school diploma or GED, valid Driver's license, no felony or serious misdemeanor convictions, be of good moral character and be in good physical condition. Uncertified applicants must be able to meet the minimum standards for entrance into the NLETC. Benefits include individual health insurance, paid vacation, sick leave, holiday pay, overtime and comp time, take home patrol vehicle and county retirement program. Dental, vision, and family insurance are available at the cost of the employee. York County provides uniforms, leather gear, firearm, and body armor. Shifts can vary but most are 12 hour shifts with every other weekend off. Must be able to work nights, weekends, and holidays. Starting hourly rate is between $19.00/hr - $24.00/hr depending on certification, experience, and successfully completing a probationary period. Applications are available at the York County Sheriff’s Department, 510 Lincoln Ave, York, Nebraska 68467 or call 402-362-4927
YORK PD Police Officer The York, Nebraska Police Department is currently hiring for the position of Police Officer. York offers more than a “job”, we offer the chance to make an active difference in the community with a meaningful career. York PD enjoys great local support from residents and businesses, and positive working relationships with stakeholders such as the local schools. We constantly strive to expand our involvement within the community; we are part of many local celebrations and events, and have representatives on several local boards/committees. The York Police Department believes in modern policing, but embraces our small-town culture. If you have goals that include helping others, having meaningful impact, and enjoying the pride that comes with serving your community, the York Police Department welcomes your application. This position is a full-time position with recently updated pay and benefits, including paid overtime and holidays, and excellent family health insurance. The York Police Officer base pay scale ranges from $43,700 to $58,300 annually. Certified or experienced officers; starting wages are based upon experience and qualifications. We have recently updated both our written exam and hiring procedures, and are offering $3,000 sign on bonuses for new officers and $6,000 bonuses for certified officers. Applicants must be at least 21 years of age, have the ability to obtain a valid Nebraska Driver’s License, and have obtained a high school diploma or equivalent. Applicants must pass rigorous background checks, a pre-employment drug screening, and will undergo a series of written, physical, and psychological tests. Officers of the York Police Department are required to live in York County. York Nebraska is an eastern Nebraska community of approximately 8,000 residents, located at the intersection of Interstate 80 and Highway 81. Residents in York enjoy ample opportunities for outdoor activities, excellent public and private schools, and a wide array of local entertainment and activities. The police department is made up of 17 sworn officers, a community service officer, and 2 civilian support staff. The link for the application is: http://www.cityofyork.net/egov/documents/1474794572_72812.pdf