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.



Benton Co Sheriff hiring full time Deputy Sheriff

DEADLINE:  JULY 17, 2020 AT 3:00 PM

THE BENTON COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE IS ACCEPTING APPLICATIONS FOR THE POSITION OF

DEPUTY SHERIFF  LATERAL TRANSFER.  AFTER COMPLETION OF PROBATIONARY PERIOD, IOWA

CERTIFIED CANDIDATES WILL BE GRANTED UP TO SEVEN (7) YEARS CREDIT FOR PRIOR

SERVICE FOR THE CALCULATIONS OF PAY AND VACATION.   STARTING SALARY WILL BE FROM

$50,167.88 TO $59,622.42, DEPENDING ON EXPERIENCE.  APPLICANTS MUST BE

CURRENTLY CERTIFIED PEACE OFFICERS IN THE STATE OF IOWA AND ABLE TO MEET

PHYSICAL AGILITY TESTING REQUIREMENTS AS SET FORTH BY THE IOWA LAW ENFORCEMENT.

PHYSICAL AGILITY TESTING WILL BE SCHEDULED BY APPOINTMENT. APPLICANTS

SUCCESSFULLY COMPLETING PHYSICAL TESTING WILL CONTINUE TO THE BACKGROUND

INVESTIGATION AND INTERVIEW PORTION. APPLICATIONS ARE AVAILABLE AT THE BENTON

COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE. A COMPLETED EMPLOYMENT PACKET MUST BE SUBMITTED TO THE

BENTON COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE TO BE ELIGIBLE TO PARTICIPATE IN THE TESTING

PROCESS. ELECTRONIC SUBMISSIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED AND MAY BE FOUND AT:

HTTPS://WWW.BENTONCOUNTYIOWA.ORG/EMPLOYMENT/DEFAULT.ASPX HOWEVER ADDITIONAL

DOCUMENTATION WILL BE REQUIRED. THESE APPLICATIONS MUST BE RETURNED TO BENTON

COUNTY SHERIFFS OFFICE, 113 E 3RD ST VINTON, IA 52349 NO LATER THAN 3:00PM ON

JULY 17TH, 2020. APPLICATIONS RECEIVED AFTER 3:00PM WILL NOT BE ACCEPTED.

DEPUTY SHERIFF PHYSICAL FITNESS STANDARDS. ADDITIONAL INFORMATION MAY BE LOCATED

AT THE IOWA LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY WEBSITE: WWW.ILEATRAINING.ORG BENTON COUNTY

SHERIFFS OFFICE IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER/EOE AND PROVIDES A VETERAN’S

PREFERENCE TO QUALIFIED VETERANS AS REQUIRED BY IOWA CODE CHAPTER 35C.

Chickasaw Co Sheriff hiring full time Dispatcher/Jailer

DEADLINE: JULY 8TH 2020 @ 5PM /CHICKASAW CO SHERIFF’S OFFICE IS CURRENTY TAKING

APPLICATIONS & ACCEPTING RESUMES FOR A FULL TIME DISPATCHER/JAILER.  THE HOURS

WILL VARY, TO INCLUDE NIGHTS, WEEKENDS & HOLIDAYS. STARTING WAGE WILL BE $16.82

ON JULY 1ST, PLUS SHIFT DIFFERENTIAL.  A SUCCESSFUL COMPLETION OF 6-MONTHS

PROBATIONARY PERIOD, WAGE IS $17.83 AND AFTER ONE YEAR THE WAGE IS $18.88.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE PICKED UP AT THE CHICKASAW COUNTY SHERIFF’S OFFICE AT 116 N.

CHESTNUT AVENUE, NEW HAMPTON,IOWA OR PRINTED FROM OUR WEBSITE AT

WWW.CHICKASAWCOIA.ORG OR FIND INFORMATION ON FACEBOOK@CHICKASAW COUNTY SHERIFF

(IA).  APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL 5PM ON JULY 8TH,2020. ALL APPLICANTS

REQUIRED TO TAKE AND SUCCESSFULLY PASS: TE “NATIONAL DISPATCHER SLECTION TEST”

(NDST).  IF YOU HAVE A SCORE ON FILE WITHIN THE LAST 12 MONTHS, YOU MAY USE THAT

SCORE IF YOU WISH. NDST TESTING WILL BE TENTATIVELY HELD: SATURDAY, JULY 18TH

2020 AT THE LOCATION TO BE DETERMINED.  REGISTRATION WILL BE FROM 8:30 AM TO

8:55 AM.  TESTING STARTS PROMPLTY AT 9:00 AM. A VALID PHOTO ID IS REQUIRED.

SUCCESSFUL & FINAL APPLICANT(S) MUST TAKE A PSYCHOLOGICAL TEST AND PASS A

BACKGROUND AND FINGERPRINT CHECK(S).  CHICKASAW COUNTY IS AN EOE.

CCSO@CHICKASAWCOIA.ORG.

Walden Security Hiring LE Professionals

WALDEN SECURITY RECRUITING EXPERIENCED LAW ENFORCEMENT PROFESSIONALS TO JOIN OUR

COURT SECURITY OFFICER (CSO) PROGRAM.  OUR CSOS PROVIDE ARMED SECURITY AT

FEDERAL COURTHOUSES UNDER A U.S. MARSHALS SERVICE CONTRACT AND ARE DEPUTIZED AS

SPECIAL DEPUTY U.S. MARSHALS WITH FIREARM AND ARREST POWERS WHILE ON DUTY AT

THEIR GIVEN WORKSITES. CURRENTLY HIRING IN THE 1ST, 5TH, 6TH, 7TH, 8TH, AND 11TH

CIRCUITS. ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: INCLUDES THE FOLLOWING AND

OTHER DUTIES MAY BE ASSIGNED:PERFORM ENTRANCE CONTROL: ENFORCE THE JUDICIAL

CIRCUIT AND DISTRICT ENTRY AND IDENTIFICATION SYSTEM THAT INCLUDES OPERATING

SECURITY SCREENING EQUIPMENT TO DETECT WEAPONS, CONTRABAND, AND PROHIBITED

ITEMS, CHECKING ITEMS SUCH AS HANDBAGS, BRIEFCASES, COMPUTERS, PACKAGES, BABY

CARRIAGES, WHEEL CHAIRS, ETC. PERFORM ROVING PATROL: PATROL COURT FACILITIES AND

GROUNDS OF THE FACILITY IN ACCORDANCE WITH APPLICABLE POST ORDERS.

PERFORM STATIONARY POST ASSIGNMENTS: STAND GUARD AT STATIONARY POSTS INCLUDING

(BUT NOT LIMITED TO) MONITORING CLOSED-CIRCUIT TELEVISION, DURESS ALARM SYSTEMS

AND OTHER SECURITY EQUIPMENT, COURTROOMS, JUDGE CHAMBERS, AND JURY ROOMS.

PERFORM ESCORT DUTIES: WHEN DIRECTED, PROVIDE ARMED ESCORT SERVICES FOR JUDGES,

COURT PERSONNEL, JURORS OR OTHER DESIGNATED INDIVIDUALS. PERFORM GARAGE PARKING

AND PEDESTRIAN CONTROL: WHERE APPLICABLE, DIRECT TRAFFIC AND CONTROL LIGHTS ON

COURT FACILITY PROPERTIES, AS DESCRIBED IN THE POST ORDERS AND/OR STANDARD

OPERATING PROCEDURES. ENFORCE LAW AND ORDER: ENFORCE FEDERAL LAW WHILE IN THE

PERFORMANCE OF ASSIGNED DUTIES. THIS INCLUDES (BUT NOT LIMITED TO) DETAINING ANY

PERSON ATTEMPTING TO GAIN UNAUTHORIZED ACCESS TO GOVERNMENT PROPERTY, OR A

COURT PROCEEDING(S) OR ATTEMPTING TO COMMIT ACTS THAT THREATEN THE SAFETY AND

SECURITY OF GOVERNMENT EMPLOYEES, PROPERTY AND THE PUBLIC. PREPARE REPORTS AND

RECORDS: PREPARE VARIOUS REPORTS AND RECORDS REGARDING CONTRACT PERFORMANCE

ISSUES, SUCH AS LABOR HOURS WORKED, ACCIDENTS, FIRE, BOMB THREATS, UNUSUAL

INCIDENTS OR UNLAWFUL ACTS THAT OCCURRED WITHIN THE COURT FACILITY AREA. COURT

ATTENDANCE: RESPONSIBLE FOR SECURING UNATTENDED COURTROOMS, INSPECTION OF

COURTROOMS PRIOR TO A PROCEEDING, TESTING OF SECURITY DEVICES, AND OTHER DUTIES

CONCERNING SECURITY OF THE COURT AREA. PRESERVE ORDER: RESPONSIBLE FOR PROVIDING

SECURITY PRESENCE IN THE COURTROOM, ENFORCING FEDERAL LAW AND JUDICIAL ORDERS

WITHIN THE COURTROOM, ENFORCING LOCAL COURT RULES REGARDING PROHIBITED ITEMS AND

PROVIDING PROTECTION TO COURT PROCEEDINGS AS CIRCUMSTANCE DICTATE.

EDUCATION: HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GENERAL EDUCATION DEGREE (GED).

SPECIFIC LAW ENFORCEMENT EXPERIENCE REQUIRED: AT LEAST THREE (3) CALENDAR YEARS

OF VERIFIABLE EXPERIENCE AS A CERTIFIED LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER OR MILITARY

EQUIVALENCY [LAW ENFORCEMENT ACADEMY GRADUATION OR SIMILAR]; ALL THREE (3) YEARS

MUST HAVE OCCURRED WITHIN THE LAST SEVEN (7) YEARS AND MUST INCLUDE VERIFIABLE

GENERAL ARREST AUTHORITY. LANGUAGE SKILLS: MUST HAVE THE ABILITY TO READ, WRITE,

SPEAK, AND UNDERSTAND ENGLISH. MUST POSSESS THE ABILITY TO UNDERSTAND, EXPLAIN,

INTERPRET, AND APPLY RULES, REGULATIONS, DIRECTIVES, AND PROCEDURES.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS: MUST HAVE A VALID DRIVER’S LICENSE FROM

STATE OF RESIDENCY AND A SAFE DRIVING RECORD FOR THE PAST FIVE YEARS; MUST

RECEIVE A CLEARANCE FROM THE DEPARTMENT OF JUSTICE. MUST HAVE COMPLETED OR

GRADUATED FROM CERTIFIED FEDERAL, STATE, COUNTY, LOCAL OR MILITARY LAW

ENFORCEMENT TRAINING ACADEMY AND ABLE TO PROVIDE CERTIFICATION AS PROOF.

OTHER QUALIFICATIONS: MUST BE AT LEAST 21 YEARS OF AGE; ABILITY TO PASS

PRE-EMPLOYMENT DRUG SCREEN AND CRIMINAL BACKGROUND CHECK. PHYSICAL DEMANDS: MUST

MEET MEDICAL STANDARDS AS SPECIFIED BY THE UNITES STATES MARSHAL SERVICE

(USMS); THE PHYSICAL DEMANDS ARE BASED ON THE CONTRACT AND MUST BE MET BY AN

EMPLOYEE TO SUCCESSFULLY PERFORM THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS OF THIS JOB. REASONABLE

ACCOMMODATIONS MAY BE MADE TO ENABLE INDIVIDUALS WITH DISABILITIES TO PERFORM

THE ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS. CONTACT INFORMATION: FLETCHER FRENCH AT

FLETCHER.FRENCH@WALDENSECURITY.COM OR 423-803-6820.

HTTPS://WWW.WALDENSECURITY.COM/CAREERS EOE/AAP/MINORITIES/FEMALES/VET/DISABLED

VEVRAA FEDERAL CONTRACTOR

City of Burlington Hiring Full Time Officer

Application Deadline:  Monday, August 10, 2020 at 5:00 p.m.(CENTRAL TIME)

TEST DATE: SATURDAY, AUGUST 22, 2020 AT 9:00AM, Burlington Police Department, 201 Jefferson Street, Burlington, IA  52601

Iowa Law Enforcement Academy (ILEA) certified peace officers are eligible to receive an $8,000 signing bonus as well as beginning pay up to $61,000 based on training and experience. Non-certified officers starting salary during training period is $47,827. The Burlington Police Department is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer.

Minimum Qualifications:

All minimum standards for Iowa law enforcement officers must be satisfied. The applicant must:

  • Be a U. S. citizen and a resident of Iowa or intend to become a resident upon being employed
  • Be 18 years of age at the time of appointment
  • Hold a Valid Iowa driver’s license or have the ability to obtain one upon employment.
  • Not be addicted to drugs or alcohol [modified for Chapter 400 civil service positions by §400.17 of the Code of Iowa]
  • Be of good moral character as determined by a thorough background investigation including a fingerprint search conducted of local, state and national fingerprint files and have not been convicted of a felony or a crime involving moral turpitude
  • Successfully pass physical fitness tests
  • Not be opposed to use of force to fulfill duties
  • Be a high school graduate or hold a GED certificate
  • Have uncorrected vision of not less than 20 / 100 in both eyes, corrected to 20 / 20, and color vision consistent with the Occupational demands of law enforcement
  • Have normal hearing in each ear (hearing aids are acceptable if a candidate can demonstrate sufficient hearing proficiency to perform all necessary duties of a law enforcement officer)
  • Be examined by a physician and meet the physical requirements necessary to fulfill the responsibilities of a law enforcement officer
  • Undergo psychological testing
  • Undergo cognitive (Basic Skills) testing
Application Process:

Each Burlington Police Department applicant must complete the following:

  • Physical Testing
  • Written Testing
  • Interviews
  • Conditional Offer of Employment
  • Background Investigation
  • Polygraph Examination
  • MMPI Test
  • Medical Physicals and Drug Screen
  • Iowa Law Enforcement Academy Basic Training
  • Field Training Program

For more information, visit https://www.policeapp.com/Entry-Level-Burlington-IA-Police-Officer-Jobs/2492/

City of Ames hiring full time Police Support Services Manager

Deadline: July 10, 2020
General Information
Centrally located in the heart of Iowa, Ames is a vibrant, progressive community with more than 60,000 residents providing an excellent quality of life. Home to Iowa State University, Ames offers year-round recreation opportunities, diverse cultural offerings, a stable economy, safe neighborhoods, and a high-achieving school district.

The City of Ames is conducting an open recruitment to fill this position within the Ames Police Department. Under the general supervision of the Police Chief, this position manages and supervises assigned Police Department support functions such as information and records management; program development and evaluation; emergency communications; computer services; departmental budget; grants and contracts; and special projects. Coordinates initiatives and represents the Police Department’s interest in activities with external agencies involved in community safety. This position is also a member of the Police administration team. Performs related work as required.

In order to be considered for this position, all applicants must submit their online application by the deadline listed on this posting.

As of July 1, 2020, the salary range for this position will start at $83,220, with a median of $104,686.

Our comprehensive benefits package can be viewed at: City of Ames Benefits

Examples of Essential Job Functions
Acts in accordance with the City’s mission and values, and the policies and procedures of the Police Department to provide leadership in strategic planning, decision-making, and departmental research and evaluation activities.

General Supervison:

Leads and directs assigned police functions such as computer services and information management systems. Supervises other supervisors and staff in Records and Emergency Communications. Provides general direction to emergency medical dispatch, Animal Shelter, Parking Division, legal process and the processing and maintenance of police records.

Financial Management:

Directs and manages the development, presentation and implementation of the department’s annual budget. Oversees all aspects of the department’s financial activities. Manages forfeitures, grants and contracts, budget analysis, safety programs, victim advocacy services, and community outreach.

Project Management/Team Development:

Provides expertise and leadership in the development, management, coordination, and implementation of larger departmental projects. Conceptualizes, leads and participates in coalitions with both internal departments and external organizations related to community safety. Acts as liaison representing the department and city interests, and works to build favorable consensus among various entities, including Story County 911, StoryComm, and Story County Multiagency Public Safety Group. Serves as a liaison with state and federal law enforcement funding agencies.

Emergency and Event Management:

Serves as part of the police administration team planning, overseeing, and managing large scale events or city emergencies.

Other Job Functions: May be assigned to assist with police activities.

Each employee is expected to continually strive to bring shared values to life through our Excellence Through People organizational culture. ETP values include: committing to continuous improvement, inspiring creativity and innovation, being customer driven, making data-driven decisions, championing employee involvement, striving for excellence, having fiscal stewardship, acting with honesty and integrity, exhibiting leadership, choosing a positive attitude, respecting one another, promoting safety and wellness, and cultivating teamwork. For leaders, this includes creating a work culture that brings these values to life. For all employees, this includes maintaining a Total City Perspective. The purpose of ETP is to deliver exceptional services to the public at the best price, and for employees to experience an enjoyable and stimulating work environment.

Qualifications
Education and Experience: Required – Bachelor’s degree in sociology, business, or other related field; four (4) years experience working closely with the support functions of a public service agency in areas such as program planning and evaluation, statistical methods, social problems, communication, and grant writing; including at least one (1) year experience at the supervisory or managerial level leading first level supervisors and other subordinate staff.

Other equivalent combinations of education and experience may also be considered.

Knowledge of law enforcement agencies and policy development, experience in a values driven organization, and demonstrated effectiveness in team building are all preferred, but not required.

Licenses and Certification: Valid driver’s license. If candidate possesses an out of state driver’s license, they must be able to obtain an Iowa driver’s license within 30 days of employment.

Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Comprehensive knowledge of the modern principles, practices, and operating methods of a public service organization including staffing, financing/budgeting, records and reports management, and equipment management and maintenance. Comprehensive knowledge of grant writing procedures and reports. Comprehensive knowledge and program planning, research, and evaluation. Knowledge of the resources and research literature regarding successful change strategies for communities and other population groups. Knowledge of modern principals and methods of leadership and supervision. Knowledge of criminal law, constitutional law, federal/state mandates and municipal rules and regulations.

Extensive skill in the collection, analysis, and interpretation of data. Extensive skill in influencing individuals and groups to gain consensus and result positive outcomes. Skills in management, supervision, writing and public speaking. Skill in pubic relations and marketing. Skill in needs assessment, and program planning and evaluation.

Extensive ability to establish and maintain effective relationships and coalitions/teams with subordinates, other City officials, citizens, community groups (including the University), and state and federal agencies. Extensive ability to negotiate with, and build consensus among diverse agencies. Extensive ability to represent the City of Ames and the Police Department in a manner that will result in positive effects. Considerable ability to effectively conceptualize, understand, interpret and synthesize data and information in order to make appropriate recommendations. Extensive ability to communicate in an effective manner both orally and in writing including the ability to communicate complex information and concepts in terms easily understood by lay persons.

Supplemental Information
Required Physical Activities: Finger dexterity, repetitive motions, talking, hearing, stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, and standing.

Physical Characteristics of Work: Work is primarily sedentary and may require the exertion of up to 50 pounds of force occasionally to move objects.

Vision Requirements: The minimum for use with those whose work deals largely with preparing and analyzing data and figures, accounting, computer terminal and/or extensive reading

Environmental Conditions: The work is typically performed inside.

Equipment Used to Perform Essential Functions: Computer keyboard, monitor and printer. General office equipment such as copy machine, files, and writing instruments. Communications equipment including telephone and multi-channel police radio. A variety of printed materials, including municipal and state codes, professional publications, personnel policies, standard forms, research publications maps and other reference material.

Selection Process:

The selection process consists of an evaluation of education and experience and review of supplemental questions from application; remote interview; hiring assessment; on-site interview, which will include a written exercise, meet and greet with staff, and Chief of Police interview; an extensive law enforcement background investigation (including criminal history, sex offender registry check, financial and employment verification, and MVR); and physical exam (including a drug test). All candidates will be notified by email of their application status.

**Preference may be given to applicants possessing qualifications above the minimum.**

Depending on the number of qualified candidates, the City may forego the remote interviews.

E-Verify Process:

The City of Ames participates in E-Verify and will provide the Social Security Administration (SSA) and, if necessary, the Department of Homeland Security (DHS), with information from each applicant’s Form I-9 to confirm work authorization. All candidates who are offered a position with the City of Ames must complete Section 1 of Form I-9 along with the required proof of their right to work in the United States and proof of their identity on their first day of employment. Please be prepared to provide required documents on your first day of employment. For additional information regarding acceptable documents for this purpose, please contact Human Resources at 515-239-5199 or go to the US Citizenship and Immigration Services web page at: http://www.uscis.gov.

NOTE: Persons with disabilities must submit requests for ADA testing accommodations to the Human Resources Department prior to the application deadline.

The City of Ames is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, age, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, genetic information, ancestry, national origin, marital status, disability, or protected veteran status and will not be discriminated against. Inquiries can be directed to the Human Resources Department at 515-239-5199.

Agency
City of Ames
Address
515 Clark AveAmes, Iowa, 50010

Phone
515-239-5199

Hancock County hiring full time Dispatcher

DEADLINE: OPEN TILL FILLED

HANCOCK COUNTY COMMUNICATIONS CENTER HAS AN OPENING

FOR A FULL-TIME EMERGENCY COMMUNICATIONS DISPATCHER. THE POSITION WOULD INCLUDE

ANSWERING EMERGENCY AND ADMINISTRATIVE CALLS, DISPATCHING LAW ENFORCEMENT, FIRE

AND EMS TO CALLS FOR ASSISTANCE AND OTHER REGULAR DUTIES.  APPLICANT MUST BE 18

YEARS OF AGE ON OR PRIOR TO JUNE 5,2020 AND POSSESS A HIGH SCHOOL DIPLOMA OR GED

CERTIFICATE, IOWA/NCIC, JAIL CERTIFIED PREFERRED.  APPLICATIONS CAN BE PICKED

UP AT THE HANCOCK COUNTY COMMUNICATIONS CENTER AT 875 STATE ST GARNER, IA OR

ONLINE AT HANCOCKCOUNTYIA.ORG UNDER EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITIES AND EMAILED TO

JROBERTS@HANCOCKLAW-IA.COM APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL THE POSITION IS

FILLED.  HANCOCK COUNTY IS AN EOE/AA  (5/19/20).

Britt Police hiring certified Officer

DEADLINE: OPEN UNTIL JULY 15, 2020

BRITT POLICE DEPT, HIRING CERTIFIED OFFICER BASED ON ILEA REQUIREMENTS AND

CERTIFICATION. POLICE OFFICER FOR THE CITY OF BRITT. BRITT IS A GROWING TOWN OF

APPROXIMATELY 2000+ PEOPLE, VISIT THE CITY WEBSITE AND FACEBOOK PAGE FOR MORE

INFORMATION. THE POLICE DEPARTMENT IS STAFFED BY 5 FULL-TIME OFFICERS, THE

CHIEF, SERGEANT/K9 AND 3 FULL-TIME OFFICERS. FOLLOWING THE 5 FULL-TIME THE

DEPARTMENT USES 4 PART-TIME OFFICERS. WITH COMPETITIVE WAGES AND BENEFITS, TO BE

OUTLINED DURING THE HIRING PROCESS PAY RANGES FROM $40K TO $45K PER YEAR. SEND

YOUR RESUME AND COVER LETTER TO THE EMAIL ADDRESS BELOW.

MANDERSON@BRITTIOWAPD.ORG

DPS Jobs

DPS -DEPARTMENT OF PUBLIC SAFETY CAREER OPPORTUNITIES-JOB VACANCY

STUDENT INTERNSHIPS-CIVILAN CAREERS-SWORN CAREERS *SEE THE WEBSITE FOR POSTINGS*

HTTPS://DAS.IOWA.GOV/HUMAN-RESOURCES/STATE-EMPLOYMENT OR

HTTPS://WWW.GOVERNMENTJOBS.COM/CAREERS/IOWA/JOBS OR WWW.DPSCAREERS.COM

#20-02717, 911 DISPATCH COMMUNICATION CENTER MANAGER (PUBLIC SERVICE

SUPERVISOR), DES MOINES, IS POSTED FOR ALL APPLICANTS CLOSING 6/4/2020

#20-02796, CRIMINAL HISTORY RECORDS DISSEMINATION CLERK (CLERK SPECIALIST,)

DIVISION OF CRIMINAL INVESTIGATION – SUPPORT OPERATIONS IS POSTED FOR STATE OF

IOWA EMPLOYEES ONLY CLOSING 6/7/2020

#20-02843, PROGRAM PLANNER 3, GOVERNORS TRAFFIC SAFETY BUREAU, IS POSTED FOR ALL

APPLICANTS CLOSING 6/14/2020

#20-02841, LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNICATIONS DISPATCHER 1 (COMMUNICATIONS CENTER

SPECIALIST 1,DES MOINES, IS POSTED FOR ALL APPLICANTS CLOSING 6/25/2020

#20-02842, LAW ENFORCEMENT COMMUNICATIONS DISPATCHER 2 COMMUNICATIONS CENTER

SPECIALIST 2,DES MOINES, IS POSTED FOR ALL APPLICANTS CLOSING 6/25/2020