Announcement: This position is open until filled. First review will occur on Monday, January 6, 2020 at 8:00 a.m. The testing and selection process ftimeline for this job posting has not been developed. Due to COVID-19 we can not be sure when testing will begin or we will be hiring for this position. We will post any updates here. It is anticipated we will not hire for this position until 2021. This position is subject to close at anytime without notice. We recommend applying right away to ensure you do not miss an unexpected application deadline.
EXPERIENCE REQUIRED - Applicants must have a current Utah Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) certificate as a Law Enforcement Officer and at least one full year of experience working in a Law Enforcement Officer (LEO) capacity for an agency whose primary responsibility is responding to calls for service. Out-of-state applicants must successfully pass the Utah POST Waiver Exam.
Salt Lake City is one of the nation’s best places to live, work and play. Maintaining that reputation as well as implementing new progressive solutions for sustainable growth, means that we need the best people working here. We’re looking for civic minded individuals who want meaningful work that will directly impact the city that we all love. When you join us, you will have the security and peace of mind that comes from a career in local government. We pride ourselves on our dedication to gender pay equity and a friendly and respectful atmosphere for all. Submit an application and see for yourself why Salt Lake City Corp. is the best place to work!
We choose only the very best to work for the residents of this great city — and we reward our hardworking employees with a generous benefits package.
Employees at this level perform police functions. Assigned duties will consist primarily of actively preventing or detecting crime, providing security, community protection, and enforcement of criminal statutes or ordinances. Employees will respond to situations involving threats to public safety and make emergency decisions affecting the lives and health of others, including in circumstances and at times when personal life or personal safety may be at risk.