Elected at-large, the Village Board of Trustees sets policy and direction for Glenview.
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Village Board of Trustees policies and decisions are often guided by regulatory commission reviews and recommendations.
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Agendas, membership and explanations of 10 standing boards and commissions.
Responsible for maintaining the aesthetic quality of Glenview's built environment.
Has the authority to discipline and decide other employment matters pertaining to sworn employees.
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Ensures developments comply with regulations for Environmentally Significant Areas.
Administers the Firefighters' Pension Fund as required by Illinois statute.
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Identifies and preserves architectural, cultural, environmental and historical resources.
Promotes and raises awareness about the restoration of native landscapes and ecosystems.
Reviews proposals regarding property development, and makes recommendations to the Village Board of Trustees.
Administers a Police Pension Fund according to Illinois state statute.
Reviews requests for variances of Village zoning regulations.
Village government consists of services and programs through six departments
Manages Village finances, coordinates information technology and mapping services and runs the Resolution Center.
Oversees and implements capital projects, inspectional services, planning and engineering.
Preserves lives and properties through fire suppression, emergency medical services and public education.
Protects lives and property, enforces the law and keeps the peace.
Responsible for plowing streets, street maintenance, public trees and providing water and sewer.
Divisions include human resources, communications, senior services and public safety support services.
Getting word out about Village programs and services through various media.
The government access station owned and operated by the Village.
The Village of Glenview has been recognized for outstanding achievements over the years
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Weekly summaries of suspicious and criminal incidents reported to Glenview Police.
Access to open records keeps Glenview an open government.
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Obtain public documents and records by filing an FOIA form.
Information regarding administrative goals and department business plans.
The total compensation package of Village employees as required by Illinois law.
An explanation of the economic tool used in the redevelopment of the Glenview Naval Air Station as The Glen.
Home Government Pre-Certified Police
Performs preventative patrols (i.e. via foot, patrol cars, bicycle, and/or motorcycle) and other crime prevention duties in the Village in order to enforce all laws and regulations, provide security, and detect violators. Performs traffic law enforcement, and establishes effective working relationships with community stakeholders, federal/state/local authorities, other Village Departments, and Village officials. Responds to complaints, accidents, disturbances and/or any requests for police response, assesses situations quickly and objectively, and determines most appropriate response in order to prevent potentially dangerous or violent situations from occurring or continuing. Assists fire department on fire and medical calls. Investigates any reported crimes by gathering, securing and documenting evidence, interviewing witnesses, recording and submitting pertinent information. Conducts surveillance when required. Maintains records of activities and prepares reports to provide information to investigators and/or prosecutors or any stakeholder that may require use of that information; submits timely reports for supervisor's review; and testifies in court proceedings to present evidence and to give personal account of incident/crime. Conducts arrests of persons violating the law including physically detaining persons according to established guidelines and procedures. Responds to emergency situations and begins to administer basic first aid to injured persons as necessary. Performs various other tasks to assist other emergency personnel such as crowd control, directing traffic, and other duties as assigned.
Applicants for pre-certified appointment to the position of Police Officer must meet the following minimum qualifications and requirements at the time of application:
The selection process shall be so fashioned as to test fairly the capacity and fitness of the person examined to discharge the duties of the position of Police Officer. Applicants may be recommended to be removed from the process following any of the examination components. The Board of Fire and Police Commissioners will select from among the applicants successfully completing all examination components.
Applicants selected to continue in the selection process will be subjected to the following examination components:
This is an ongoing job posting, there is no application deadline. All qualified applicants will be notified upon review of received application.
All applicants receiving a conditional offer of employment shall undergo a psychological examination and a medical physical, including a drug screen to determine if they can perform the essential functions of a Police Officer with or without reasonable accommodation.
Salary: The starting annual base salary for this position is $67,569 (i.e. step 1, effective 1/1/2018) with a competitive benefit package. All positions will be filled at step 1, regardless of years of experience. The position is non-exempt under FLSA. For more information, see the collective bargaining agreement found here.
Fringe Benefits: The competitive benefit package includes participation in the Glenview Police Pension, employee- funded retirement programs, health insurance, dental, and vision insurance.
Accrued Leave: Accrued leave is prorated for the calendar year, depending on actual start date. New Police Officers are eligible for: 80 hours of vacation, 96 hours of holiday, and 8 hours of sick leave accrued per month. For more information, see the collective bargaining agreement found here.
Shift Description: Shift selections are determined on an annual basis by seniority. Officer assigned to the Patrol Division work 12 hours per day and are assigned to one of two shifts: 6a.m. to 6p.m. or 6p.m. to 6a.m. Each shift is divided into two squads, which alternate days off. All Police Officers will work holidays, nights and weekends as required.
Please review the steps outlined below prior to electronically submitting your name, and contact information, once you have submitted the below information in the "apply below" section you must mail or hand deliver your completed application, signed disclosure forms and ALL required documents to:
Village of Glenview
Attention: Human Resources
2500 E. Lake Ave.
Glenview, IL 60026
Incomplete applications may result in disqualification.
Faxed or e-mailed applications will NOT be accepted.
The Village of Glenview is an Equal Employment Opportunity Employer Committed.