Job Openings & Upcoming Events
The following are jobs that are open within the field of law enforcement. Most job openings are sent by members of the association for posting. However, those members are in no way able to enhance a person's ability to get any of the posted jobs. Please check dates of the job openings to make sure they are still current.
Deadline: Dec. 15, 2018
DEADLINE: NOV. 3, 2017
THE CRESTON POLICE DEPARTMENT IS HIRING A FULL TIME POLICE OFFICER. APPLICATIONS
ARE DUE NOVEMBER 3RD AT 1500. POST TESTING WILL BE NOVEMBER 11TH 2017 AT 0900
AT SOUTHWESTERN COMMUNITY COLLEGE TECH CENTER ROOM 103. PHYSICAL AGILITY
TESTING WILL BE AFTER THE POST EXAM AT CRESTON HIGH SCHOOL TRACK – SUBJECT TO
CHANGE FOR WEATHER. INDIVIDUALS THAT PASS WILL BE PUT ON CIVIL SERVICE
ELLIGIBILITY LIST WHICH IS GOOD FOR ONE YEAR. CERTIFIED OFFICERS DONT NEED TO
TEST. EMAIL MWILLIAMS@UNIONCOUNTYLEC.COM FOR AN APPLICATION.
CHEROKEE COUNTY HIRING DEPUTY SHERIFF, THE CHEROKEE COUNTY CIVIL SERVICE
COMMISSION ANNOUNCES ENTRANCE EXAMINATIONS FOR CHEROKEE COUNTY DEPUTY SHERIFF’S
LIST,TESTING DATE: DECEMBER 1,2017 APPLICANTS WILL BE NOTIFIED BY MAIL/EMAIL OF
THE TIME AND LOCATION,APPLICATIONS MAY BE REQUESTED BY PHONE, MAIL, FAX OR EMAIL
CONTACT:CIVIL SERVICE COMMISSION CHEROKEE COUNTY COURTHOUSE, 520 WEST MAIN –
BOX F CHEROKEE, IA 51012
CHEROKEECOCSC@GMAIL.COM 712-225-6744 712-225-6749 (FAX) APPLICATIONS MUST BE
RECEIVED OR POSTMARKED NO LATER THAN NOVEMBER 9, 2017
DEADLINE NOV 15, 2017
FAYETTE COUNTY HIRING DEPUTY SHERIFF,CIVIL SERVICE EXAM,FAYETTE COUNTY CIVIL
SERVICE COMMISSION WILL BE CONDUCTING POST EXAM FOR DEPUTY SHERIFF DECEMBER 9,
2017.APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE BY EMAIL AT: CKEUNE@FAYETTECOUNTYSO.US OR CALL
563-422-6067 EXT. 234. APPLICATIONS DUE NOVEMBER 15,2017.POSITIONS AVAILABLE ONE
FULL TIME DEPUTY AND ONE PART-TIME DEPUTY. FAYETTE COUNTY IS AN EOE.
September is ‘Hunger Action Month’ and today I am excited to announce the kick-off to the 2016 Arresting Hungercampaign, which will run from September 1st through November 21st. Last year the Department of Public Safety (DPS) raised over $5400 in our inaugural effort to help alleviate hunger throughout Iowa. This year, the DPS is partnering with the Des Moines Police Department and law enforcement from across the State of Iowa to raise money to provide meals for those who are food insecure. With the assistance of our fellow officers statewide, we hope to multiply our efforts this year.
To assist with our efforts, the Food Bank of Iowa has enabled a link that we will utilize to collect funds for this campaign, (https://donatenow.networkforgood.org/arrestinghunger) which will greatly simplify the giving process. However, there will be three possible ways to give; the on-line link (above), by check (written to the Food Bank of Iowa, with the words arresting hunger’ in the memo line and sent to The Food Bank of Iowa, 2220 East 17th Street, Des Moines, IA 50316), or with cash (by filling out an envelope that will be secured and sent to the Food Bank of Iowa, which I can provide as needed). These donations will qualify for the charitable contribution deduction.
With the help of the Food Bank of Iowa, we will be distributing the donations throughout the State of Iowa to food banks and food pantries on the Monday of Thanksgiving week (November 21st). If any participating organization would like to be a part of a check delivery, please let me know and I will attempt to coordinate all efforts.
If anyone from your organization would like to further discuss this campaign, or how your department can become more involved, please feel free to contact me directly.
Thank you in advance for assisting with this worthy mission!
Captain Ken Clary
Iowa State Patrol
The following is a link to the hiring page for the ISSDA. They also have availability of openings that may not appear on this website.