Part-time Faculty – Basic Police Academy, Central Ohio Technical College
Posted: 7/19/2017
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Chief of Police, Fairlawn PD, OH
Deadline to apply:  8/01/2017

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Part-time Police Officer, Lodi PD, OH
Deadline to apply:  7/31/2017

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Full-time Police Officers, City of Fremont, OH
Deadline to apply:  7/24/2017, by 4:00pm

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Central Ohio Technical College
Part-time Faculty – Basic Police Academy

Central Ohio Technical College, a state-assisted post-secondary institution of higher education located in Newark, Ohio is seeking applications for part-time faculty for the Basic Police Academy for Fall Term 2017.

Basic Police Academy/Training – POOL-11

To apply, please submit an online application, resume, and cover letter at  (https://jobs.cotc.edu/postings/354). If you have additional questions about the position please contact Patsy Henderson at (740) 366-9367, or phenders@cotc.edu.

Central Ohio Technical College is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

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City of Fairlawn, OH

The City of Fairlawn, Ohio, a community of 7,437 residents which swells to a population of 25,000-50,000 depending upon the season and business day due to a large business and commercial segment, is seeking applicants for the position of Police Chief, who will direct a staff of 22 full-time and 4 part-time officers, in addition to dispatchers and support staff.  This is an unclassified position serving at the pleasure of the Mayor.  The successful candidate will be appointed by the Mayor with the consent of Fairlawn City Council.

Candidates must possess excellent leadership, administrative, organizational, and public relations skills.  Qualifications include a minimum of 5 years of command experience in law enforcement work as a Lt. or higher rank, along with significant education and training in law enforcement.

Candidates must be OPOTC certified.  A Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice or a related field is highly desirable. The City of Fairlawn only considers as acceptable those degrees from degree granting institutions approved by one of two nationally recognized accredited organizations; either the U.S. Department of Education of the Council for Higher Education.  A working knowledge of budgeting, collective bargaining and manpower allocation is also highly desirable.

The applicant’s resume and a one-page cover letter summarizing qualifications, professional accomplishments, and command experience must be received by August 1, 2017.

Email resumes or inquiries to: Ms. L. George, at georgel@ci.fairlawn.oh.us.  Submissions are not confidential under Ohio law.  After initial screening of applicants, the search process will include, but not be limited to, background checks and interviews.  The successful candidate will be offered the position contingent upon passage of a drug test and physical and psychological examinations.

The City of Fairlawn is an equal opportunity employer.

Lodi Police Department

The Lodi Police Department is now accepting applications for the position of part-time police officer.  Candidates for this position are scheduled 24 hours per week, and generally work evenings, weekends and holidays.

Upon successful completion of the Field Training Program, the candidate will be placed on the schedule.

At the time of application the candidate must have the following;

Must be certified with the State of Ohio as a police officer;

Must have a valid Ohio driver’s license;

Must have a high school diploma or GED;

The hiring process includes pre-employment testing, to include Polygraph, Psychological, and medical physical.  All qualified applicants will be interviewed and an eligibility list will determine who moves on to the pre-employment testing.

Deadline to apply:  Monday, July 31,2017

Applications may be picked up at the Lodi Police Department, 110 Ainsworth Street, Lodi, 44254.


Apply Today: Get your application online at “Fremontohio.org” or in person at 323 S. Front Street, Fremont, Ohio at the Office of the Mayor. 

Applications due

 July 24, 2017 on or before 4:00 pm

OPOTA Standard Physical Fitness Test and Written Test Dates

August 9th, 2017 @ 4:00pm

August 12, 2017 @ 8:00am

Wages and benefits

Starting probationary hourly wage $21.09

Pay after probation $22.49-$28.66 (based on experience)

Full initial equipment and uniform issue, $850.00 yearly uniform allowance

2 weeks paid vacation, Pension Pickup Plan

Health Insurance, Sick Time Pay

Holiday Pay, Sick Time Pay, Education Pay

Yearly Education Pay Associates/$600-Bachelors/$850

Shift Differential Pay $.50 per hour between 1700 and 0500

Single or Family annual pass to the Fremont Recreation Center

12-14 Week Field Training Program