Elyria - Entry Level Police Officer

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Department Elyria Police Department
TypeEntry Level
Job TitleEntry Level Police Officer
Deadline Jul 24, 2019 4:30 PM Eastern
Registration Fee$25.00
Contactligas@cityofelyria.org
Location Elyria, OH
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Job Announcement

 

Elyria Police Department, OH Public Safety Jobs

ELYRIA POLICE DEPARTMENT

ENTRY LEVEL EXAMINATION – POLICE OFFICER

The City of Elyria, Civil Service Commission is accepting applications to establish an Eligibility List for the position of Police Officer.

Please note for this process there are two options for submitting an application. 

First: Candidates may complete and submit an online application through PoliceApp.com.

Second: Candidates may download and complete an application by clicking here: http://www.cityofelyria.org/wp-content/uploads/2019/06/police-entrance-exam-2019.pdf . Applications may be submitted in person at the City's Human Resources Department Monday through Friday 8am-4pm. 

POSITION DUTIES:  Under supervision, promotes and maintains civil order; enforces laws and ordinances; conducts investigations; issues citations and makes arrests; patrols assigned areas to provide security; responds to alarm calls; prepares detailed reports concerning crimes and incidents; interviews victims and witnesses; interrogates suspects; maintains equipment in functional condition; provides court testimony; established and maintains positive working relationships with the community.  Performs any additional assigned duties as required.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: 

To apply applicants must be a United States citizen; must be 21 years of age, but less than 40 year of age on or before July 24, 2019; must possess a valid United States driver’s license; must have a high school diploma or G.E.D.; must be able to read and write the English language; Applicants must successfully pass an Elyria Police Department Background Investigation and be physically able to perform police officer training and job duties.

SKILLS AND ABILITIES:

  • Able to read, understand, and explain State of Ohio Statutes and City of Elyria ordinances
  • Ability to communicate effectively with a diverse population, in-person, via telephone, and in writing
  • Ability to write accurate and complete reports and accurately record information – by hand and using a computer, file records, and process paperwork
  • Ability to solve problems, and make quick and appropriate decisions in stressful situations
  • Ability to maintain self-control and to take direction from supervisors
  • Maintain a positive attitude, have good moral character, be honest, responsible and trustworthy
  • Ability to perform physical activities necessary to protect oneself and others
  • Ability to drive a motor vehicle
  • Ability to work long hours for an extended period of time

 

GENERAL INFORMATION


The Elyria Civil Service Commission is accepting applications for the 2019 examination for the position of POLICE OFFICER. The application form is attached to this information announcement.  The examination process has two, separately-administered components, i.e., the physical agility test and the written test. The physical agility test is administered first, then the written test. Applicants must have passed the approved agility test prior to taking the written test.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS TO COMPETE

1. Must be at least 21 years of age, but less than 40 years of age on or before July 24, 2019
2. Must be a United States citizen
3. Must be able to read and write the English language
4. Must have a valid United States driver’s license
5. Must have a high school diploma or GED

PHYSICAL AGILITY TEST INFORMATION

The physical agility test is a pass/fail rating. In order to pass the physical agility test all applicants must complete the Ohio Peace Officer Basic Training Program Physical Fitness Standards. The agility test will consist of sit-ups, push-ups and a one and a half mile run. (See attached). The agility test will be given on Saturday, July 27, 2019, at Lorain County Community College, 1005 N. Abbe Rd., Elyria, Ohio, in the Ewing Center Field House.


Check-in starts at 7:30 am, testing starts at 8:00 am. Please bring with you a photo ID. The waiver form (attached) must be submitted at the time of submitting your application.


NOTE: If an individual has taken the Ohio Peace Officer Basic Training Program physical fitness test in the last year, it is not necessary to re-take the agility test. It is the applicants’ responsibility to submit the form, with the application, showing how many sit-ups, push-ups and time of the mile and a half run. This form must be dated and signed by the fitness instructor. The certificate or results must be dated July 27, 2018 or later to be valid and must
be turned in with the application

WRITTEN TEST INFORMATION

Those who pass the physical agility test will move on to the written portion of the test. Once the applicant passes the physical agility test, a study guide will be given for the written portion of the test.

The written test has several components. In order to pass, an applicant must receive a minimum cumulative score of 75% on the written test, and an applicant may not score below 60% on an individual written test component.

The written examination will be held on August 05, 2019, at Lorain County Community College, Spitzer Conference Center, 1005 N. Abbe Rd., Elyria, Ohio 44035. Registration will begin at 6:00 p.m. and you must register by 6:30 p.m. You must bring
with you a photo-id (preferably a driver’s license) this will be required for entrance to the exam. Also bring with you two No. 2 lead pencils.

APPLICATION DEADLINE

The completed application form, physical agility certificate, waiver form, Essential Functions For Police Officer, and any documents for extra credit must be submitted, at time of application. NO MAIL IN APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED! NO APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AFTER JULY 24, 2019.


EXTRA CREDIT

Additional credits are available to qualified applicants who pass all portions of the examination. Credit is computed as a percentage of, and then added to the total score achieved by an applicant on the written examination and oral assessment. The maximum total credit available is 20%.

Additional credits are available for the following:


VETERAN’S CREDIT

All applicants who are veterans of military service, as described in ORC 124.23 may file with the Commission a certificate of satisfactory military service or honorable discharge (DD214). This document must clearly state the nature of the discharge, whereupon the applicant shall receive additional credit of twenty percent (20%) of his/her total grade given in the regular
examination, provided that he/she has received a passing grade without regard to this or any other credit. Such requests for veteran’s credit must be submitted to the Commission along with the application for examination and must, at that time be accompanied by proof of satisfactory military service as described above. Applicants eligible for veteran’s credit shall receive a priority in ranking over non-veterans who obtain an identical grade. Only DD214 documents stating the full nature of discharge as “Honorable” will be considered.


COLLEGE CREDIT


All applicants who have completed at least two (2) full academic years of full-time academic credit through an accredited academic institution, with an associates degree, shall be granted an additional of eight percent (8%) of his/her total grade given in the regular entrance examination and all applicants who have completed four (4) or more full academic years of full-time academic credit through an accredited academic institution, with a bachelors degree, shall be granted an additional twelve percent (12%) of his/her total grade given in the regular entrance examination, provided that he/she has received a passing grade without
regard to this or any other credit. Requests for college credit must be submitted to the Commission along with the application for examination and must be accompanied by an official certified transcript. All transcripts must be an official certified transcript.

PEACE OFFICER TRAINING PROGRAM CREDIT

All applicants who have completed the basic Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy and have a valid certification through an accredited institution shall be granted an additional fifteen percent (15%) of his/her total grade given in the regular entrance examination. Requests for Ohio Peace Officer Training Academy credit must be submitted to the Commission along
with the application for examination.

BACKGROUND CHECK

Suitable applicants who have passed all portions of the examination, and who have beenplaced on the Eligibility (for hire) List, may undergo a background check prior to actual hire. In addition to investigating/verifying information contained on the Personal History Questionnaire, the check may include psychological testing, a polygraph test and drug screening. The background check will also include a criminal history check, a credit check and contact with persons who may have information relative to an applicant’s character and qualifications to be a police officer. If an applicant is found to have given false or deliberately
incomplete information at any time, the Civil Service Commission may remove the applicant from the Eligibility List.

APPLICANTS SHOULD NOT RELY UPON ANY INFORMATION OR ADVICE WHICH DIFFERS FROM THAT IN THIS ANNOUNCEMENT For any questions or additional information call 440-326-1413

REAPPLICATION POLICY

Date: 3-1-2015
Any applicant for any position in the Police Department who was disqualified in any part of the hiring process shall be afforded the opportunity to reapply under the following established guidelines:
1. If the applicant was disqualified due to providing false statements, purposely omitting information, or found to be deceptive during any portion of the application process the applicant WILL NOT be allowed to reapply for any position with the Elyria Police
Department.
2. If the applicant was rejected by the hiring authority more than three (3) times for any position within the department the applicant WILL NOT be allowed to reapply.
3. If the applicant was disqualified due to any time sensitive standard the applicant may reapply at the next available hiring cycle where all standards are met by the applicant.
4. If the applicant was disqualified due to failing to meet standards that are not identified as time sensitive the applicant will not be allowed to reapply for any position with the Elyria Police Department.
5. If the applicant was not disqualified or rejected the applicant may reapply at any time. In the event of any conflict with this policy and the Civil Service Rules and Regulations, the Rules and Regulations manual shall prevail.

 

THE CITY OF ELYRIA IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Please direct questions regarding this position to ligas@cityofelyria.org


Jobs close at 11:59 PM (Eastern) on the deadline date specified, or when the position capacity has been met, or unless otherwise specified in the announcement. If the deadline date is not specified in the announcement, the agency has sole discretion on setting the deadline and jobs may close without notice. It is the applicant's responsibility to thoroughly read and understand the deadline requirements and capacity limits as outlined by the agency.

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