POSTC: Employment Opportunities in Connecticut Law Enforcement Agencies Police Officer Standards and Training Council POSTC: Employment Opportunities in Connecticut Law Enforcement Agencies

ENTRY LEVEL OR CERTIFIED LAW ENFORCEMENT EMPLOYMENT
OPPORTUNITIES IN CONNECTICUT

Departments listed are currently seeking qualified candidates for entry-level and certified police officer positions.  Contact information is supplied. NOTE CLOSING DATES FOR APPLICATION.

Law Enforcement UnitPositionClosing DateContact Information
Entry Level
Written:  12/4/2016
Oral:  12/17/2016

Position: Entry Level; 

Test Dates:  Written 12/4/2016; Oral Exam    12/17/2016 

Salary:  Starting $59,028; After 7 years  $77,923

 

Contact Information:  e-mailspdrecruiting@stamfordct.gov

 

The Stamford Police Department is currently in a new recruiting process for full-time police officers.  Those of you who wish to make law enforcement and community service a long-term, challenging, rewarding career as a Stamford Police Officer are all encouraged to apply.

 

The date for the written is December 4, 2016.  The oral examination is set for December 17, 2016. 

Good luck and have fun during the process.

 

For details see posted links below:

https://www.facebook.com/StamfordPdRecruiting

https://www.policeapp.com/

http://www.chip-inc.com/

http://www.stamfordct.gov/police/join-us


Western CT State University Police
Certified12/5/2016

To view the posting in its entirety, please visit the following website link: http://wcsu.edu/hr/employment/Police_Officer_PA_1116.pdf

 

Qualifications: Certification as a law enforcement officer in the State of Connecticut pursuant to regulations promulgated by the Connecticut Police Officer Standards and Training Council (CT-POST) is required. Candidates with a pending certification status in the State of Connecticut may be employed on a temporary basis pending re-certification by CT-POST. Applicants must be available for all shifts. 

     

Salary and Benefits: Starting salary will be $24.90/hour; $53,540/annual. WCSU offers a competitive salary commensurate with the candidate’s experience and a comprehensive benefit package. Additional information can be found on our Human Resources website at http://wcsu.edu/hr/benefits

 

Application Process: Applicants must meet the above qualifications in order to be eligible.  Qualified applicants must apply via email by submitting a cover letter, which includes the contact information for (3) current professional references and a resume, as one (1) complete file (PDF or Word format only) and not via multiple attachments to: Peggy Boyle, Assistant Director of Human Resources - Recruitment. In subject line of email reference: Your Last Name – Police Officer.  Submit your one attachment to: hrpositions@wcsu.edu by Monday, December 5, 2016. Late applications will not be accepted.

 

NEW POSTING
Old Lyme Police Department
Entry Level or Certified
12/21/2016

The Town of Old Lyme is establishing a list for Police Officer(s) to fill full-time vacancy(s). Interested applicants may be P.O.S.T. Certified but P.O.S.T. Certification is not required. Current starting pay for entry level Police Officers is $54,339.00.  The Old Lyme Police works under the direct supervision of the Connecticut State Police Resident Trooper program.   The testing process may include, but is not limited to a written exam, physical agility test, oral interview, thorough background investigation, polygraph, psychological, drug screening and physical exam.   An application is required and may be obtained online (www.oldlyme-ct.gov under Forms & Documents), requested by e-mail (selectmensoffice@oldlyme-ct.gov), or obtained in the Selectman’s Office at Memorial Town Hall, 52 Lyme St., Old Lyme, CT., Monday through Friday from 9am to 4pm. Applications and resumes must be submitted by December 21, 2016 via email to selectmansoffice@oldlyme-ct.gov, or delivered to: Selectman’s Office, Town of Old Lyme, Memorial Town Hall, 52 Lyme St., Old Lyme, CT 06371.

Old Saybrook Police Department
Entry Level & Certified
1/1/2017


Old Saybrook Department of Police Services is seeking an entry level or certified police officer for a potential opening. In order to apply please go to www.PoliceApp.com/OldSaybrook

 

NEW POSTING
Certified
April 1, 2017

The Plainfield Police is currently accepting applications for the position of Full-Time Police Officer.  Applicants must be State of Connecticut POSTC Certified and pass all lateral transfer requirements.  The Town of Plainfield offers a comprehensive benefit package and a starting salary of $54,126.  The salary increases to $65,286 after one (1) year.  Those interested must submit a letter of interest, resume, and a copy of their POSTC certification card to the Chief of Police, Michael G. Surprenant via mail (210 Norwich Road, Plainfield, CT  06374) or email (m.surprenant@plainfieldctpolice.com by April 1, 2017.  For additional information, please visit our website at www.plainfieldctpolice.com.

 

 
 
 
THE FOLLOWING LISTINGS HAVE
NO CLOSING DATE
Certified
None

Only Connecticut Certified Police Officer (C.G.S. 7-294d) applicants who have current CT- POSTC or Connecticut State Police certification may apply.  All CT-POSTC requirements for lateral and comparative hires apply.  Certified applicants should attach copies of their CT-POSTC certification or State Police ID and valid driver’s license to the application. Salary may be commensurate with experience ranging from $59,654 to $75,982 (effective July 1, 2014).  Benefits include full medical and dental as well as retirement plan.    Additional information and applications are available Monday through Friday; from 8am - 4pm in the Police Department’s Records Division 240 Kensington Road, Berlin, CT 06037 and online at www.BerlinPD.org 

Bloomfield Police Department
Certified
None

SALARY:  $66, 657

Under regular supervision, performs basic law enforcement duties in accordance with the mission, goals and objectives of the Bloomfield Police Department and in compliance with governing federal, state and local laws.  The Town of Bloomfield offers a rewarding career in a progressive and professional environment.  The Town provides liberal benefits, including paid vacation, paid holidays, group life insurance, major medical and dental insurance and sick leave. Applicants must be either active Connecticut P.O.S.T.C certified police officers in good standing with their current department, or have retired in good standing, still having Connecticut P.O.S.T.C. Police Officer certification status.  Candidates must be U.S. Citizens.


FOLLOW LINK FOR DETAILS AND APPLICATION PROCESS


Branford Police Department
Certified
None

The Branford Police Department, as part of its ongoing hiring campaign, is seeking POST Certified Officers to fill current fulltime patrol officer vacancies as well as POST Certified Officers and recently retired Connecticut State Trooper who are interested in part time patrol officer (Supernumerary Officer) positions.

All Candidates will be required to successfully complete a written examination, oral interview, the current POST physical assessment (Cooper Test). In addition, candidates must successfully pass a background investigation, polygraph, psychological and medical examination including drug screening.

Interested candidates may obtain a Branford Police Department Employment application on line at www.branfordpolice.com

Certified officers with questions may contact either Capt. Geoffrey Morgan or Captain Raymond Dunbar at 203-481-4241

Bristol Police Department
Certified
None


The city of Bristol is accepting applications for Connecticut Certified Police Officer testing to establish a lateral certification eligibility list for filling vacancies. 

Testing includes:  CHIP physical agility assessment, written, oral, background investigation, psychological, polygraph & physical exam. 

Salary Range:  $57,149 - $69,524/year


FOLLOW LINK FOR DETAILS AND APPLICATION PROCESS


Canton Police Department
Certified
None

The Town of Canton, as part of its ongoing open recruitment campaign, is seeking POST Certified Officers or State Trooper applicants, interested in a lateral transfer for the position of Police Officer.  Candidates will be required to successfully complete a written examination, drug screening, background investigation, polygraph, psychological, oral interview and physical examination.  Applicant must be able to pass a P.O.S.T.C. physical assessment.   A copy of current POST certification must accompany the application.  Salary range for Canton Patrol Officers is $60,000-78,000. Applications are available at the Canton Police Department or may be obtained on-line at www.townofcantonct.org, “Employment Opportunities” section.  Applications will be reviewed on an on-going basis and acted upon as staffing needs warrant.  Applications are to be directed to Robert Skinner, 4 Market Street, P. O. Box 168, Collinsville, CT 06022. EOE. Any questions please call the Canton Police Department at (860) 693-0221.  Minorities and females are encouraged to apply.   

 
 
Certified
None
The Town of Colchester is currently accepting applications from POSTC certified police officers for the position of Police Officer. Candidates will be required to successfully complete a written exam, physical agility test, oral interview, thorough background investigation, polygraph, psychological, and physical exam. A copy of current POST certification must accompany application. Applications can be obtained online at www.colchesterct.net or at the Colchester Police Department located at #127 Norwich Avenue, Colchester, CT 06415.  Comprehensive benefit package including a 20 year retirement with starting salary for POSTC certified police officers ranging from $48,859 to $62,899 based on experience. EOE
NEW POSTING
Cromwell Police Department
Certified
None

The Cromwell Police Department is seeking applicants from Connecticut Certified Police Officers who have current Connecticut POSTC or Connecticut State Police certification. All Connecticut POSTC requirements for lateral hires and comparative hires apply. Starting salary may commensurate with experience ranging from $52,008 to $70,515 (currently in contract negotiations).

 

Interested candidates should forward a resume with a letter of interest, a copy of their CT-POSTC certification or State Police ID and a valid driver’s license to the Cromwell Police Department, 5 West Street, Cromwell, CT 06416, Attention Chief Lamontagne or email to mdellafiore@cromwellpd.com.

 

Closing date: No closing date until the position is filled.

Darien Police Department
Certified
Rolling Application

The Darien Police Department is accepting applications for full time certified police officers.  Candidates must be CT-POSTC Certified Police Officers.  Candidates must have maintained their certification for a minimum of two consecutive years and must have earned a minimum of 30 credits from an accredited college or university.  No visible tattoos while in uniform.  A copy of their diploma or academic transcript(s) must be attached to their application at time of submission.  Testing includes:  written test, oral interview(s), background investigation, psychological, polygraph and physical exam.  Applications are available online at www.darienpolice.org  Applications will be accepted on a rolling basis.  Please contact Sgt. Robert Shreders at 203-662-5315 for further information.


DEEP - State Environmental Conservation Police
Certified
None
The Department of Energy and Environmental Protection Environmental Conservation Police Division has a part time Special Conservation Officer position available. The position is in the Waterford, Connecticut area and requires six hour shifts on Thursday through Sunday evenings. The pay rate is $20.00/hour.  Candidates must be POST certified police officers in good standing with their department. Interested candidates should complete a CT HR-12 application and submit it and a copy of their current POST card to:                

                                                            

Attention Carla Karle

DEEP Encon Police

79 Elm St.

Hartford, CT 06106

 

Contact person: Captain Jeff Samorajczyk, 860-424-3012

jeffrey.samorajczyk@ct.gov


REVISED
Entry Level
None

The Town of East Hartford is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officer.  Employment Applications are available online at  www.easthartfordct.govTo be eligible to take the written test applicants must be 21 years old, have a High School Diploma (or GED), U.S. Citizen and a current certification of physical agility from C.H.I.P. (40%). To find out more about the physical agility, contact:  Complete Health and Injury Prevention, Post Office Box 774, Meriden, CT 06450

Tel: (203) 235-5865 • Fax: (203) 235-1652   www.chip-inc.com


A C.H.I.P. card is not required to apply for this position, however, you must show your current C.H.I.P. card in order to be admitted to the written test. This posting will remain open until sufficient applications are received.  The Town of East Hartford is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

East Haven Police Department
Certified
None

P.O.S.T. Certified Police Officer C:  The Town of East Haven is currently accepting applications for the position of Police Officers C. Qualified candidates shall meet the following minimum requirements: must be a P.O.S.T. Certified Police Officer in the state of Connecticut; pass a written exam with a score of 60, pass a physical agility exam at the 40th percentile; pass a physical examination; polygraph test; psychological examination; background investigation.  Ideal candidates shall not smoke or use tobacco products of any kind and shall not have any visible tattoos.   Candidates bilingual in Spanish are encouraged to apply.  Salary is $50,382 per year and the town offers an excellent benefit package.  Applications are available online at www.PoliceApp.com/EastHavenCT.  The Town of East Haven is committed to building a workforce of diverse individuals.  Minorities, Females, Handicapped and Veterans are encouraged to apply. 

NEW POSTING
Eastern CT State University Police Department
Certified
None

Salary:  $53,540.00 - $70,449.00 .  Candidates must have certification as a law enforcement officer in the State of Connecticut pursuant to regulations promulgated by the Police Officer Standards and Training (POST) Council.  Note:  Candidates with a pending certification status may be employed on a temporary basis pending recertification by the Police Officer Standards and Training Council.  The Eastern Connecticut State University Police Department’s testing process includes but is not limited to:  Oral Board, Chief’s Interview, Departmental Physical Agility Test, Background Investigation, Drug Screening Test, Polygraph Examination, and Medical Examination.  Officers are responsible for the protection of life and property, as well as the enforcement of State laws as well as university rules and regulations, on the grounds of Eastern Connecticut State University which is in the Town of Willimantic.  Qualified candidates must possess a strong commitment to the Community Policing Philosophy.  This is a full-time, permanent position.  Candidates must be available to work all shifts, holidays and weekends.

FOLLOW LINK FOR DETAILED INFORMATION

Enfield Police Department
Entry Level & Certified
None

The Town of Enfield is located in north central Connecticut on the border with Massachusetts. The population is approximately 46,000.  The Enfield Police Department is a nationally and state accredited agency. There are approximately 99 sworn officers within the department.  Uniformed officers work eight hour days with five days on followed by three days off. The following week consists of five on and two off.  Officers bid by seniority for one of six shifts per day. Certified officers advance one pay step for each year of certification up to top step (7 years).   Educational incentive pay.  Defined Benefit retirement plan, plus Deferred Retirement Option Plan (DROP).  Salary  (revised):  $62,358 to $75,962. CTPOST certified officers may contact Sergeant James Laurino at jlaurino@enfield.org. Entry level candidates should view PoliceApp.com for details on how to apply. If Enfield is not listed on PoliceApp, we are not currently hiring entry level candidates.


Glastonbury Police Department
Entry Level & Certified
None
 
Town of Glastonbury Police Officer I Recruitment: Starting Salary: $62,608 (currently). How to Apply: Completed Employment Application Packet may be submitted at the Town Hall Customer Service Center,
2155 Main St., Glastonbury, or may be mailed to Town of Glastonbury, Attn: Customer Service Center, PO Box 6523, Glastonbury Ct 06033.
E-mail address is required. Correspondence during this process will be via e-mail. Attention Certified Police Officers: Preference will be given to Certified Police Officers. Former and current Military applicants in good standing will receive 5 points added to their passing Oral Panel score. A
CHIP Card will not be required at the time of the Cognitive Exam for Certified Police Officers. Applications will be accepted until all vacancies are filled.
 
 
Granby Police Department
Certified
None

ONLY THOSE APPLICANTS THAT ARE CURRENTLY POSTC CERTIFIED WILL BE REVIEWED.   The Granby Police Department is currently seeking applications for the position of Certified Police Officer.  Successful candidates will assume patrol duties to include: crime prevention, criminal investigation, motor vehicle crash investigation, and medical emergency response.  The salary range is $55,993 to $71,406 with a generous benefit package including paid holidays and vacations, tuition reimbursement, education incentive, group life insurance, major medical and dental insurance, and sick leave.  Applications must be submitted to www.policeapp.com.  Open recruitment - no deadline.

Hamden Police Department
Certified
None
Salary range: $55,738.03-$58,275.68. A non-refundable $20 application fee is required at the time your employment application is submitted. Applications received without the application fee will not be accepted for consideration. Minimum qualifications include:  must be certified police officer within the State of Connecticut with two (2) consecutive years of service as a certified officer at the time of appointment; must be 21 years of age; must possess and maintain a valid Connecticut driver's license; must be a U.S. citizen and reside within the State of Connecticut; must meet departmental physical fitness standards (current CHIPS card accepted); required to submit to drug test; must meet the highest legal and ethical standards. 
 
 
Applications are available in the Personnel Department, Hamden Government Center, 2750 Dixwell Avenue, Hamden, CT 06518.
 
Hebron Police Department
Certified
None

The Town of Hebron is seeking applicants for the position of Part Time Police Officer.  All applicants must have current certification from POST and be available to work nights and weekends.  Application forms may be obtained at the Town Manager’s Office or you may send your resume to the attention of the Town Manager’s Office, Town of Hebron, 15 Gilead Street, Hebron, CT  06248. Position open until filled.  Hebron is an equal opportunity employer.

Lake Lillinonah Authority
Certified
None
 
SEASONAL HELP WANTED:  Lake Lillinonah Authority is seeking new Patrol Officers; boating experience and license required; must have current law enforcement certifications (POST).  Season starts in May and runs through September.  Plenty of hours available.  Officers shall serve a minimum of four 4 hour shifts (16 hours) per month with most being during the weekend and holidays.  Hourly pay:  $25.00 while on patrol.  Please send resume or credentials to chariman@lla-ct.org as your earliest convenience. 
 
REVISED
Manchester Police Department
Certified 
None
$58,585.13 - $68,005.85 (Step 1 to 4)*  MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

Education: Must possess an Associate’s Degree in Law Enforcement or related field, 60 college credits or two years of full-time active military service with honorable discharge or continued service in the reserve force.  Copy of college transcript or diploma, or DD214 must accompany application.  Character: Candidates must be of good moral character, with no record of dishonorable discharge from any police or fire department or from the armed forces of the United States.  A  thorough background investigation will be conducted and a polygraph and psychological evaluation shall be used.  Physical: Must have considerable agility and endurance. Candidates must pass  the  physical agility examination at the Coopers 40th percentile administered by the agency as part of the conditional offer of employment. A minimum of 20/30 corrected vision in both eyes is required, along with normal hearing. The physical examination will include a screening for use of illegal drugs and controlled substances.  Other:   Must be a United States citizen.   Must possess a valid motor vehicle operator's license. Must meet requirements of the Connecticut Police Officer Standards and Training Council (POSTC).  *Applicants, who at the time of initial appointment have obtained certification by POSTC, at the discretion of the Chief and comparability of the applicants work experience may be placed at an appropriate step not to exceed Step 4 of the wage scale for Police Officers.



Mashantucket Pequot Police Department
Certified
None

The Mashantucket Pequot Police Department is seeking interest from Connecticut POSTC Certified police officers to fill current vacancies both full time and casual.  Active Connecticut POSTC certified officers who are in good standing with their current department, Officers who have retired in good standing and are still POSTC certified and applicants who are currently certified as police officers in other states are encouraged to apply.  All candidates will be required to successfully complete a written exam, physical agility test, oral interview, thorough background investigation, polygraph, psychological and physical exam (including drug screening). 

PLEASE APPLY ONLINE AT THIS LINK.

Mohegan Tribal Police
Certified
None

The Mohegan Tribal Police Department is currently accepting applications for the position of Full-Time Police Officer.  Applicants must be State of Connecticut POSTC Certified and pass all lateral transfer requirements.  The Mohegan Tribal Police Department offers a comprehensive benefit package and starting salary.  Those interested must should contact Chief of Police, Jeffrey J. Hotsky at 860-862-6242 or email jhotsky@moheganmail.com

Newington Police Department
Certified
None


Newington Police Department is currently accepting applications from current Connecticut P.O.S.T.C. Certified Police Officers for the position of Police Officer. Applicants must be either active Connecticut P.O.S.T.C certified police officers in good standing with their current department, or have retired in good standing, possessing current Connecticut P.O.S.T.C Police Officer certification status.  Salary $69,522 - $83,124.  Apply at www.policeapp.com

 

 

Norwalk Police Department
Certified
None

The Norwalk Police Department is currently accepting applications from current Connecticut POSTC Certified Police Officers for the position of Police Officer. Applicants must have at least two years experience and be either active Connecticut P.O.S.T.C certified police officers in good standing with their current department, or have retired in good standing, possessing current Connecticut POSTC Police Officer certification status.  Salary $62,802 - $88,632, Pension plan, comprehensive medical and dental benefits.  Apply at www.policeapp.com.  

Norwich Police Department
Entry Level or Certified
None

Salary range: $51,997 to $65,597. Excellent benefits and pension plan (20 years-no age requirement).  High school diploma required.  Qualified candidates (new entry & certified) will go through an extensive background check, which includes a polygraph, psychological and physical examinations. All applicants must possess a valid State of Connecticut motor vehicle operator’s license and be at least 21 years of age at time of appointment.  Contact the City of Norwich Human Resources Department, 100 Broadway, Norwich, CT 06360 .   Telephone 860-823-3713 for detailed qualifications and job description. Examinations conducted by the Law Enforcement Council of Connecticut. Inc., on a monthly basis. See: http://www.lawenforcementcouncil.org

Orange Police Department
Certified
None

The Orange Police Department is seeking POST Certified Officers and recently retired Connecticut State Troopers who are interested in full time patrol officer positions. Salary ranges from $57,655.00 to $72,237.00 annually. The Town of Orange offers a Defined Contribution Plan with a 12% match and full vesting in 6 years, along with comprehensive medical benefits.  All Candidates must have 60 college credits and will be required to successfully complete a written examination, oral interview, and the current POST physical assessment (Cooper Test). In addition, candidates must successfully pass a background investigation, polygraph, psychological and medical examination including drug screening.  Interested candidates may forward a resume to:  Orange Police Department, 314 Lambert Road, Orange, CT 06477, Attn: Chief's Office OR Via E-mail to:  nallen@orange-ct.gov

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Prospect Police Department
Certified
None
 
Town of Prospect is seeking applicants to establish an eligibility list for part-time Police Officer. Applicants must be P.O.S.T.C. certified and able to successfully complete all P.O.S.T.C. hiring requirements, including physical agility. Night, weekend, and private duty availability required. Patrol Wage=$25.75 hourly; Private Duty Wage= $40.00 hourly. Send resume to:  Town of Prospect, Prospect Resident Trooper Office, 8 Center Street, Prospect, CT 06712 or fax to 203-758-5312 or email to Leelee2239@sbcglobal.net. For additional information contact Nelson Abarzua at 203-758-6150.
 
Putnam Police Department
Entry Level & Certified
None

The Putnam Police Department is conducting on-going recruitment for Entry-Level & Certified Lateral Transfer Police Officers to fill current and future vacancies. Salary range is $45,364 to $62,004.   Entry level applicants must be at least 21 years of age and possess a high school diploma or equivalent and a valid driver’s license. Entry level candidates should contact the Law Enforcement Council of Connecticut at www.lawenforcementcouncil.org  to obtain a schedule of written examination dates. The results will be submitted to the Putnam Police Department which will then contact candidates. Lateral transfer applicants must be a POSTC certified officer or a Lateral Entry (out-of-state) police officer meeting POSTC requirements, with a minimum of two years full-time experience. Those POSTC certified candidates should submit a letter of interest, resume, and a photocopy of your POSTC certification card to: Chief Ricky L. Hayes, Putnam Police Department, 189 Church Street, Putnam, CT 06260. All candidates must pass a physical agility test, oral exam, psychological, polygraph, drug screening, and comprehensive background investigation to qualify.  To view the Putnam Police Department web page please go to www.putnampolice.com   If you have questions, contact: Chief Ricky L. Hayes at 860-928-6565 or email rick.hayes@putnampolice.com  EOE

Stratford Police Department
Certified
None

The Stratford Police Department is currently accepting applications from new candidates and current Connecticut POSTC Certified Police Officers for the position of Police Officer. POSTC Certified applicants must have at least two years experience and be either active Connecticut P.O.S.T.C certified police officers in good standing with their current department, or have retired in good standing, possessing current Connecticut POSTC Police Officer certification status.  Salary $57,409 - $70,600. There is a 401a, annuity plan and comprehensive medical and dental benefits.  Apply at www.policeapp.com.   

Certified
None

The Town of Thomaston is currently accepting applications for the position of full-time police officer.  At this time only CERTIFIED applicants are encouraged to apply.  Candidates will be required to successfully complete a selection process.  An application package may be obtained at the Thomaston Police Department or downloaded by visiting our website at www.thomastonct.org.  Applications must be returned by mail to the Thomaston Police Department #158 Main Street, Thomaston, CT 06787.  Resumes, including copies of any certifications must accompany your application for employment.

 

Washington Resident Trooper Office
Certified
None

The Town of Washington Resident Trooper Office/ Regional School District 12 is seeking applicants, for a School Resource Officer.  Selected individuals will be a sworn Officer in the Towns of Bridgewater, Roxbury and Washington.  Pay range will be between $27- $30 per hour, consisting of a 40 hour work week.  This position will be a minimum of 190 days, adhering to the Region 12 school calendar.  Applicants must possess a current CT POSTC certification, or a recently retired Connecticut State Police eligible to obtain POSTC certification.  Applicants must also pass an extensive background investigation and all other POSTC lateral certification requirements. This is a competitive process and the Cooper Test may be given at a future date.  To apply, to go www.region-12.org or mail a cover letter, resume, and 3 letters of recommendation to:  Dr. Patricia Cosentino, Superintendent, Regional School District 12, 11A School Street, PO Box 386, Washington Depot, CT  06794 – Applications will be accepted until the position is filled.  Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer

REVISED
West Hartford Police Department
Entry Level
& Certified
None
 
The Town of West Hartford announces an "Open Competitive Examination" for the position of Police Officer.  Application process is open until positions filled. Salary range: $60,060 - $77,584. 
 
 
REVISED
West Haven Police Department
Certified
None

The City of West Haven announces an open recruitment seeking POST Certified Officers for the position of Police Officer.  Candidates should be in good standing with their current department.  Candidates will be required to successfully complete a written examination, drug screening, thorough background investigation, polygraph, psychological, oral interview and medical examination.  Officers with three or more years of experience will have a shortened one year probationary period. Top salary is $68,910.40.  The West Haven Police Department offers: Tuition reimbursement, educational bonus pay, vacation time, holiday time, sick time, personal days, a yearly uniform allowance, longevity pay,  health insurance, dental insurance, and life insurance.  Officers work a 40 hour work week with five days on and two days off.   A copy of current POST certification must accompany application.  Application must be obtained at and returned to: The West Haven Police Department, 200 Saw Mill Road, West Haven, CT 06516. Attention: Training Division  EOE

 

NEW POSTING
Entry Level
None
The city of Willimantic is accepting applications for entry level Police Officers.  Salary after one year is $59,280.  Phases of the application process will include:  a criminal background check, a background investigation, a polygraph examination, a psychological examination, a controlled substance scree, and a medical examination.  Candidates may apply at www.policeapp.com after passing the Law Enforcement Council Regional Entry examination for Municipal Police Officers in Eastern Connecticut.  The entry examination is given monthly.  You may sign up for the entry examination at www.lawenforcementcouncil.org.  Interested candidates may also view the Willimantic Police Department website at www.willimanticpolice.org.
Windsor Police Department
Entry Level or Certified
None

The Town of Windsor is accepting applications for the position of Police Officer.  We will be filling up to three positions to start in November, 2015.  The Town of Windsor is an organization made up of diverse individuals who are enthusiastic, creative, competent and trustworthy.  We are committed to fulfilling our mission through use of best practices and quality service.  The Windsor Police Department is comprised of approximately 65 employees; 52 sworn officers and 10 civilians and dispatchers.  The community they serve is nearly 30 square miles with a population of over 29,000 citizens.  The Windsor Police Department is dedicated in their continuing efforts to work with and within the community, striving for a safe & healthy town for our citizens and guests.  To find out more about our department visit our website at, http://www.townofwindsorct.com/police/


FOLLOW THIS LINK FOR APPLICATION INFORMATION


Windsor Locks Police Department
Certified
None

The Town of Windsor Locks seeks Police Officers who have a current, valid POST-C certification as a Police Officer in the State of Connecticut to laterally transfer to the Town of Windsor Locks. The successful candidate must be eligible for and meet all the requirements for a lateral transfer as established by the Police Officer Standards and Training Council. *Those officers that may be retiring during the next 6 months from their current departments are encouraged to apply. Compensation:  Per Union Contract Starting $65.950.76 (July 1, 2013 per contract) newly hired lateral transfer Officers with three or more years of prior CT police POST/State certification will increase to top-step Patrol pay $71,335.26 (July 1, 2013) following successful completion of the implemented field training program (FTO).

Benefits:  Health Benefits/Pension Eligible governed by Union Contract

 
Clinton, Colchester, East Lyme, Groton City, Groton Long Point, Groton Town, Ledyard, Mansfield, Mashantucket, Mohegan, Montville, New London, Norwich, Old Lyme, Plainfield, Putnam, Stonington, Waterford, Westbrook and Willimantic Police Departments
Entry Level
None
To see a listing of current testing dates, visit www.policeapp.com, click on the blue tab that says Consortiums, then click on CT-Law Enforcement Council.

(Note:   Information deemed reliable, but not guaranteed.   Agency is not responsible for clerical errors,  incorrect posting dates or any other discrepancies.)

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