Full Time Patrol Officer Town of South Berwick

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The Town of South Berwick Police Department is accepting applications for a Full Time Police Officer.  The CHief's ideal candidate will be highly motivated and have excellent people skills.  We are seeking candidates who possess a strong community policing mindset that complements their law enforcement experience, training and education.  Preference will be given to full time certified law enforcement officers.

We are excited to announce that the successful candidate will be joining us at our new state of the art facility which opened July 2019.  Theis facility suits the professional expectations of today and designed to meet the operational needs of the future.

Requirements

Must be at least 21 years of age, have Associate's Degree or a combination of relevant training and experience and have satisfactorily passed the Maine Criminal Justice Academy Alert test, have a valid driver's license and no criminal record or serious driving record.  The successful candidate may be required to pass an oral board, extensive background check, ploygraph testing, psychological exam, and physical exam.  They will also have to meet the minimum standard physical fitness requirements of the Maine Criminal Justice Academy.

Applications are located on the Town website www.southberwickmaine.org  or in the Town Clerk's office and are required.  These should be turned into Chief Lajoie at 1 Farmgate Road, South Berwick, ME  03908 or by email to dlajoie@sbpd.us.  The application MUST be returned with a cover letter, resume and a copy of the alert test score.

Excellent benefit package including Maine State Retirement Special 20 Year 1C Plan.

Pay range is $21.98 to $29.58.

Position will remain open until filled.

EOE

 





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