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http://www.oceansidepolice.com/Recruiting_information.asp

Police Officer Entry and Lateral

$3,832 - $5,451
$20.00 per hour - As a Police Recruit
$1,200 Academy Graduation Bonus
3% @ 50
$100 per month Bilingual Premium
4/10 and 3/12 Schedule Options for Patrol

The Oceanside Police Department is seeking qualified individuals to join its team of 187 sworn officers. The City of Oceanside is a diverse beach community of approximately 170,000 residents located in north San Diego County, California.

Specialized Assignments include:
Motorcycle Officer, K9 Officer, Field Training Officer, School Resource Officer, Downtown/Beach Patrol, SWAT, Vice/Narcotic Investigation, Gang Investigation, Violent Crimes Investigation, Property Crimes Investigation, Family Protection Unit, D.U.I./S.T.O.P. Team, D.A.R.E., Traffic Accident Investigation, Psychological Emergency Response Team.

Retirement and Benefits include:
3% @ 50; city pays 9% of employee contribution to retirement plan; EPMC; $100 per month bilingual premium; paid vacation; 13 holidays paid annually; 12 sick days accrued annually; deferred compensation plan; $545 per month provided for health, dental, and vision plans; $3,170 annually tuition reimbursement; $650 annual uniform allowance; pay equivalent to 4 hours weekly for FTO, K9, and Motorcycle officers; shift differential; $25 per pay period for intermediate California POST certificate, $90 per pay period for advanced California POST certificate.

Requirements:
Police Officer Entry: Candidates must possess an AA degree or higher from an accredited college or university or 60 units from an accredited college or university or be a veteran honorably discharged from military within the last five years, possess a valid class C driver's license, and be willing to work overtime, rotating shifts, weekends, and holidays.

Police Officer Lateral: Candidates must possess an AA degree or higher from an accredited college or university or 60 units from an accredited college or university or be a veteran honorably discharged from the military within the last five years and possess a valid class C driver's license, and be willing to work overtime, rotating shifts, weekends, and holidays. Lateral Police Officers must also possess an active California POST Basic Certificate at time of appointment.

If you are interested in working for a progressive and proactive, community oriented police department, please contact the City of Oceanside Personnel Department at 300 North Coast Highway, City Hall East, Oceanside, CA 92054, (760) 435-3508 or visit the city web-site www.ci.oceanside.ca.us
 
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