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Probationary Police Officer  « Position Deleted on 5/16/2014 »

Institution: Middlesex County College
Location: Edison, NJ
Category:
  • Admin - Police and Public Safety
Posted: 05/01/2014
Application Due: 05/15/2014
Type: Full Time
Salary: $35,775 USD Per Year
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POSITION: PROBATIONARY POLICE OFFICER

UNIT: FRATERNAL ORDER OF POLICE

DEPARTMENT:
POLICE AND SAFETY

REPORTS TO: DIRECTOR OF POLICE
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PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES:

1. Maintains harmonious relations with campus personnel as well as the public.
2. Performs community services, safety and security functions.
3. Performs road and foot patrol.
4. Performs traffic and crowd control.
5. Issues summonses for motor vehicle violations.
6. Arrests offenders.
7. Performs related duties as assigned by the supervisor.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
  • High school diploma or equivalent.
  • Current/valid N.J. PTC Certification or Class II Special Police Officer Certification required.
  • Valid Driver's license.
  • Two years of work experience dealing with the general public.
  • Meets eligibility requirements for PFRS Pension System.
SCHEDULE: Shift work. Generally monthly rotations; 40 hours per week
Weekend and holiday work required.

SALARY: $35,775 Annually

RETIREMENT PLAN:
P.F.R.S.

Any new employee hired by Middlesex County College after September 1, 2011 must comply with New Jersey residency requirements.
Middlesex County College is firmly committed to a policy of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action to assure that the educational programs, activities, services, benefits and employment opportunities offered by the College are available to all persons regardless of race, color, national or ethnic origin, ancestry, age, religion, sex, affectional or sexual orientation, marital status, veteran status or disability in accordance with applicable State and Federal laws.