City of Rohnert Park , California
$6,256.58 - $8,894.92 Monthly
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The City of Rohnert Park is one of the few cities in the nation to consolidate delivery of primary police and fire services by utilizing cross-trained personnel. These personnel are truly "Public Safety Officers" and not just specialists in one area of Public Safety. All officers are trained as firefighters. This "Public Safety" concept has been in operation since the City was incorporated. Public Safety Officers in the City of Rohnert Park have the unique opportunity of combining two great careers in one job.
The Public Safety Department is seeking motivated individuals with a strong commitment to providing excellent and friendly customer service to the members of the community, who possess high ethical standards and are team players. The Public Safety Department's mission statement is "Make Rohnert Park the Safest City Along the U.S.101 Corridor."
CITY EMPLOYEES ARE EXPECTED TO:
* Provide outstanding and friendly customer service
* Create and maintain a respectful and collaborative working environment
* Communicate honestly and behave in a manner that is ethical, legal and fiscally responsible
* Demonstrate care for the organization, customers and coworkers
* Practice and encourage initiative and innovation to improve the workplace
To be considered for this exciting opportunity, please complete an online application and the required supplemental questions under Job Opportunities on our website http://www.rpcity.org. All applications will be screened for completeness and possession of minimum qualifications. Applications will be reviewed in detail to identify the most qualified candidates to interview. Work history must include all employment for the last ten years.
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You may submit a resume or other relevant document to further describe your qualifications; however, "SEE RESUME" will NOT meet the requirements to submit a complete application, including employment history, or be accepted in lieu of responses to supplemental questions. Be advised that your resume and other attachments not specifically requested may not be used to determine your qualifications.
Performs law enforcement, fire suppression, and emergency medical activities in the protection of life and property by patrolling assigned areas and responding to calls for service; conducts investigations of crimes and incidents; and performs other work as required.
The Public Safety Officer class is the working level position in the City's public safety operations. Incumbents are assigned to a geographical area of the City to patrol either by foot patrol or in a vehicle and are expected to provide a full range of law enforcement, fire suppression, and emergency response services during an assigned shift. Some positions may receive special assignments to work in investigations, serve as a Motor Officer, Traffic Officer, K-9 Officer, or be assigned full-time to Fire Services. This class is distinguished from the Public Safety Sergeant which has on-going supervisory responsibility.
General supervision is normally provided by the Public Safety Sergeant, but may be received from other Department management. Because of the nature of public safety work, incumbents are expected to work independently and exercise a great deal of individual initiative and judgment following their field training period. Incumbents assigned to the position of Field Training Officer will be required to provide lead supervision of the performance of assigned personnel.
(These duties are a representative sample; position assignments may vary)
Sufficient experience and education to perform the duties of a Public Safety Officer. A typical way of obtaining the required qualifications is to:
Position requires sitting, standing, walking, running, reaching, twisting, turning, kneeling, bending, squatting, crouching in the performance of daily activities. The position also requires grasping, repetitive hand movement, and fine coordination in writing reports, and using a computer key board. Additionally, the position requires near, far, night, and color vision in viewing crime scenes and evidence and firing a weapon. As a law enforcement officer the incumbent is frequently required to run in pursuit and subdue suspects while taking them into custody; walk on uneven and slippery surfaces; drive a variety of emergency vehicles. Incumbents work outdoors in all weather conditions; around loud siren noise and moving vehicles. This position may require working around chemicals, pesticides, blood, and other potential toxic exposures and around electrical hazards. Incumbents may be subjected to physical threats, verbal abuse, and other stressful situations. Incumbents work a variety of shifts, including a 24-hour schedule. During fire suppression activities incumbents may be required to wear protective gear, carry appropriate tools, and wear self-contained breathing apparatus, weighing a combined total of 100 pounds, while performing many of the emergency related duties; may be exposed to very hot and very cold conditions and enter smoke filled buildings. While performing emergency aid, lifting and carrying victims and moving heavy equipment may be required. Incumbents will be required to work in small, cramped crawl spaces, areas where vision is limited, and/or at heights including roof tops and on ladders.
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