City of Seaside

The City of Seaside cordially invites you to apply and join our team!

We are an ocean-front community that overlooks the beautiful Monterey Bay on the Central Coast of California.

For information on benefits, requirements, and to apply, please visit our website at: www.ci.seaside.ca.us

Deadline: Open Until Filled

City of Culver City – City Hall

The City of Culver City is seeking qualified applicants who are interested in becoming full-time police officers. We are recruiting to fill multiple vacancies.

The City offers a competitive salary and benefits package. A top step police officer in possession of an Advanced POST Certificate can earn up to $116,258.25. Applicants must submit a Culver City online application to receive consideration.

Please visit the following website: www.governmentjobs.com/careers/culvercity, for more information and to apply.

City of Santa Cruz

The Santa Cruz Police Department is looking for men and women who want an amazing career, not just a job.  We offer competitive pay, opportunities for specialty assignments like Motors, K-9, Beach ATV Patrol, Investigations, SWAT, Parks and Downtown Units.  You will work alongside great team members in a community oriented policing department.  We have state-of-the-art training combined with an opportunity to make a difference in our community.   

Applications accepted until 7/25/19 at 5pm. Please go to cityofsantacruz.com and click on Jobs.

 

Stanford University Department of Public Safety

The Stanford University Department of Public Safety is currently accepting applications for the position of Armed Security Officer (ASO). This position supports the public safety mission of Stanford DPS during special events and critical incidents by performing a variety of security and public safety functions on a casual, on-call basis.  The majority of assignments occur in the Summer and Fall and on weekends.  Applicants must be available to work weekends and evenings.  ASO’s are expected to work no less than 30 hours and may work no more than 980 hours per year. Possession of a BSIS guard card is required for this position.

** The applicant MUST be a current sworn peace officer in the state of California, who has completed a POST approved Field Training Program. The applicant must be in good standing with his or her agency and MUST be able to provide a letter from their Chief or Sheriff indicating they are in “good standing” and off-duty (armed) work is allowed by their agency.

For additional information and an application, please visit our department website at:
https://police.stanford.edu or e-mail Recruiter Doug Keith at: police-recruitment@lists.stanford.edu

 

City of Antioch

Join Our Team!

Applicant will be allowed to carry over up to 200 hours of accrued sick leave from his/her department.

  • Prior law enforcement service seniority will be used to determine vacation accrual rate of the applicant.
  • Automatic credit of 40 hours vacation upon employment.
  • Signing bonus of $10,000 with payments in three increments
  • RETIREMENT – CalPERS 3% @ 50 formula for classic members or 2.7% @ 57 formula for PEPRA members

Other incentives available, please inquire with Sergeant Matt Koch at (925) 779-6945

Apply at:  http://agency.governmentjobs.com/antioch/default.cfm

 

BART Police Department

Continuous hiring for entry/lateral levels officers.

*Premium incentives include: POST Senior Officer Advanced Certificate, Shift differential (7% swings, 9.5% graves), Educational incentive (3% AA, 7% BA/BS). Longevity pay (at 10, 14, and 20 years of service), 3/12, 4/12 hybrid schedule.

PERS Classic employees retain their classic status.

Additional benefits (not included in the premium incentive pay) include lifetime medical after 15 years of service, 50% after 10 years of service.  Regular opportunities for double-time overtime pay.  FTO (5% extra pay), K9 unit ($950/mo. Extra pay).  9% EPMC conversion pay for final year of service (Classic employees).

Other special assignments include: Regional SWAT Team member, Detective, JTTF, Background investigator, Training Officer, Evidence Tech, CAP Team.   Training that exceeds POST Standards.

Most officers work either a 4/10 or 3/12, 4/12 hybrid schedule.  3 weeks of paid vacation after the first year of service.  Premier medical, dental, and vision benefits.  Free BART transportation for employees and dependents and an opportunity to work in multiple Bay Area counties and communities.

For more information, visit bart.gov/jobs or call our Personnel and Training Unit at (510) 464-7681

BART is an Equal Opportunity employer

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.