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Campus Police Officer

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San Diego Unified School District San Diego , CA 92140

Posted 3 months ago

Campus Police Officer

Employer:

San Diego Unified School District

Date Posted:
1/29/2018

Contact:

SDUSD Employment Office Human Resources
619-725-8101

Number Openings: (At time of posting)

Not Specified

Length of Work Year:
12 Months

Employment Type:

Full Time

Application Deadline:

Continuous

Salary:

$5,118.44 - $6,855.20 monthly

Date Posted:
1/29/2018 Application Deadline:

Continuous Employment Type:

Full Time Length of Work Year:
12 Months Salary:

$5,118.44 - $6,855.20 monthly Number Openings: (At time of posting)

Not Specified Contact: SDUSD Employment Office Human Resources Email: jobs@sandi.net Phone: 619-725-8101

Requirements for Applying

This is a continuous recruitment which will be used to establish an ongoing eligibility list for future hiring purposes. About the Position:

A Campus Police Officer protects life and property at an assigned school site and performs investigative and protective duties to provide police services in assigned areas of the district. Work usually consists of patrolling grounds, maintaining school regulations, conducting criminal investigations, cooperating with law enforcement agencies involved with juveniles, providing safety education and encouraging crime prevention in the community. How to Apply:In order to be eligible for consideration, interested candidates must submit the following documents:

Online employment application and supplemental questionnaire A copy of your California Basic P.O.S.T. Certificate is required

Additional documents, if any, may/should be attached to the online employment application. As a secondary option, items can be submitted to Human Resources at 4100 Normal Street, Suite 1241, San Diego, CA 92103 or faxed to (619) 293-0417.

Requirements for Applying

This is a continuous recruitment which will be used to establish an ongoing eligibility list for future hiring purposes. About the Position:

A Campus Police Officer protects life and property at an assigned school site and performs investigative and protective duties to provide police services in assigned areas of the district. Work usually consists of patrolling grounds, maintaining school regulations, conducting criminal investigations, cooperating with law enforcement agencies involved with juveniles, providing safety education and encouraging crime prevention in the community. How to Apply:In order to be eligible for consideration, interested candidates must submit the following documents:

Online employment application and supplemental questionnaire A copy of your California Basic P.O.S.T. Certificate is required

Additional documents, if any, may/should be attached to the online employment application. As a secondary option, items can be submitted to Human Resources at 4100 Normal Street, Suite 1241, San Diego, CA 92103 or faxed to (619) 293-0417.

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Campus Police Officer

Expired Job

San Diego Unified School District