Community Services Officer

Other
Full-time
City of Monrovia
2/28/2017
Ayep@ci.monrovia.ca.us
626-932-5516

COMMUNITY SERVICES OFFICER – City of Monrovia, CA – Salary: $48,134 - $64,504 ($4,011 - $5,375 Monthly) plus excellent benefits. 

 

The City of Monrovia and the City of Bradbury have collaboratively developed a unique job to serve both communities as a Community Services Officer.  For someone interested in a career in law enforcement, this new position will provide an exciting opportunity to become a part of the City of Monrovia as a member of the Monrovia Police Department, while also interfacing and working with representatives from the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

 

This Community Services Officer will be assigned to working Monday – Friday and being assigned 20 hours / week in Monrovia, and 20 hours / week in Bradbury.  The selected candidate will be trained in practices and procedures to document, investigate, and book evidence pursuant to the procedures used by both the Monrovia Police Department and the Los Angeles County Sheriff’s Department.

 

Qualifications: Any combination of education and experience that would provide the required knowledge, abilities and skills is qualifying.  A typical way to obtain the qualifications would be:

 

High School graduation and two (2) years general office and public contact experience.  College level courses in criminal justice or related field and Bi-lingual skills highly desirable. Possession of valid Class C California Driver’s License and a good driving record. Must pass a background investigation and maintain confidentially sensitive law enforcement information.

 

For a detailed job flyer, the recruitment schedule and how to apply, visit cityofmonrovia.org.  If you have further questions, contact: Aaron Yep, Human Resources Assistant, ayep@ci.monrovia.ca.us, (626) 932-5516. EOE.

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