Employment Opportunities 

LATERAL PATROL OFFICER:
Characteristics: 
Works on rotating shifts to perform patrol and/or investigation work to serve public, enforce laws, prevent crime, and protect life and property, in accordance with departmental policies and procedures.  See attached job description for complete listing of duties. Baker City Police Department seeks to hire one or two lateral officers from this recruitment. 
Salary Range: $4,277-$5,061/month. 3% intermediate and 5% advanced certificate pay offered, 1% ORPAT incentive pay and longevity pay incentives.  Lateral candidates may be placed in the salary range D.O.E. In addition, vision, dental and medical insurance and retirement are added benefits. 
Bonus Pay: A competitive signing bonus and relocation costs may be provided to the selected candidate(s). 
Minimum qualifications: Meet all DPSST standard minimum qualifications for police officer.  Must possess basic certification from DPSST or certified in current State and successfully passed a field training evaluation program; pass a complete background check and psychological exam.  Must be at least 21 years of age.
How to apply/questions: To receive an application packet, please go to www.bakercity.com or contact Julie Smith, Human Resources, Baker City Hall, 1655 First Street, PO Box 650, Baker City, OR 97814, phone # (541) 524-2033 email: juliesmith@bakercity.com. 
First Review of Applications: July 13, 2018 4:00 p.m. PST
Selection Process:  Certified police officers may be invited for an interview followed up with a Chief’s interview. If selected, candidate must pass a complete background check and psychological exam.

POLICE LIEUTENANT:
Characteristics
:  Supervises all sworn officers in the patrol of the community, enforcement of laws and ordinances, crime prevention, life and property protection; acts as training officer and crime prevention officer; performs in personnel administration capacity; acts in capacity of the police chief in the absence of the chief.  
Salary Range: $4,800-$5,617/month. Lateral candidates may be placed in the salary range D.O.E. In addition, vision, dental and medical insurance and retirement are added benefits. 
Relocation Pay: Competitive relocation costs may be provided to the selected candidate. 
Minimum qualifications: Associates degree or vocational school training in police sciences, law enforcement, criminal justice administration, public administration, or a closely related field; certified police officer of the State of Oregon or certified in current state; completion of supervisor DPSST course within 1 year of appointment; minimum of seven years of police experience, to include three years of supervisory experience;  or any combination of experience and educational training that demonstrates provision of the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed in the position description. 
How to apply/questions: To receive an application packet, please go to www.bakercity.com or contact Julie Smith, Human Resources, Baker City Hall, 1655 First Street, PO Box 650, Baker City, OR 97814, phone # (541) 524-2033 email: juliesmith@bakercity.com. 
First Review of Applications: Applications will be reviewed as they are received; open until filled.
Selection Process:  Formal application, rating of education and experience; oral interview and reference check; post offer background check, physical exam, and drug test; other job related tests may be required. 











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