Santa Rosa Police Department

​This recruitment opened January 14, with a closing date of January 28. Police Field and Evidence Technicians (FET’s) are civilians (non-sworn/law enforcement) who perform tasks in a range of situations in law enforcement field work not requiring peace officer status. They work independently or as part of a team to process a variety of crime scenes.

To view the entire job bulletin please refer to the link below.
https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/srcity

 

Burbank Police Department

The Burbank Police Department is accepting applications for Police Officer Recruits and Laterals on an open and continuous basis. Multiple testing cycles are scheduled for 2019.

Join our Team! Specialty assignments are available. Incentives for advanced education, POST certificates, and bilingual skills.

Visit our website at https://www.burbankpd.org/careers/job-opportunities/ for more information and to apply.

Oakland Police Department

 Apply by February 8th, 2019 

New five-year contract: Top Step will rise to $139,884 as of July 1, 2023. 

Preference will be given to lateral candidates who possess a California POST Basic Certificate, are currently employed as a California peace officer, and have two years of patrol experience. 

For more information, and to review the minimum qualifications, go to:
https://www.oaklandca.gov/services/police-lateral-hiring

 

City of Morro Bay

Salary and Benefits
This position is eligible for a broad range of benefits, including medical, dental, vision, and life insurances, retirement (CalPERS new members 2.7% @ 57; 3% @ 55; and classic members 3% @ 50 accepted), vacation hours up to 160 hours; 104 Floating holiday hours per year; and sick leave.

Application Deadline – The position is open until filled.

Please visit    https://www.morrobayca.gov/832/Employment-opportunities

to apply to this position.

City of Santa Monica

 

Investigative Specialist (As-Needed)

 

The City of Santa Monica (Santa Monica Police Department) has an as-needed civilian vacancy for Investigative Specialist. This position performs a wide variety of routine to complex investigative duties within the Police Department’s Criminal Investigations Division.

 

Qualifications

High school graduation or the equivalent. Two years of recent, paid work experience as a Police Officer with investigative/detective experience in a California law enforcement agency recognized by P.O.S.T.

 

Licenses/Certificates

Possession of a valid class C driver license.  

 

Salary: $38.37/Hour.

 

Apply online by 5:30 PM, Thursday, January 17, 2019 at: www.smgov.net/hr.