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JAILER – City of Monrovia, CA – Salary: $48,134 - $64,504 plus excellent benefits.
The City of Monrovia is seeking an exceptional individual to serve as a Jailer in our Police Department. The successful candidate will need to attend a 200 hour Board of State and Community Corrections Jailer Training Course. This position will offer a great deal of opportunities as well as challenges, and the ideal candidate will approach his/her work in a way that leverages experiences for personal and professional growth and development.
As part of the Monrovia Police Department, the Jailer will have the opportunity to cross-train in other sections of this cooperative operation. The Jailer may be trained to provide call taker relief to Dispatchers, Police Representatives and other personnel.
Any combination of education and experience that would provide the required knowledge, abilities and skills qualifying. A typical way to obtain the qualifications would be:
High School graduation and three (3) years of experience working with the public. Possession of valid Class C California Driver’s License and a good driving record. College level courses in criminal justice or related field highly desirable. Bi-lingual skills highly desirable. Must pass a background investigation and maintain confidentially sensitive law enforcement information.
Wednesday19For 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, firstname.lastname@example.org, (626) 932-5516. EOE.
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