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Home Government Public Service Officer
The Village of Glenview is seeking to fill the Public Service Officer (PSO) position within the Police Department. This is a uniformed, civilian position that helps support the Department’s mission in protecting the health, safety, and welfare of the community. PSOs play an integral role in handling many non-violent service calls, animal control and crime prevention activities. The primary job functions include ordinance enforcement, traffic control, parking enforcement, completing and writing traffic accident reports, assisting motorists, performing courier services, installing child safety seats, enforcement of all regulations, local codes and ordinances related to animal control and animal cruelty. Additional animal control duties include identifying violations, issuing citations, performing animal rescue, and educating the community on animal care and compliance. The PSO also responds when needed to aid in emergencies and natural disasters (e.g. floods, tornadoes, blizzards). The PSO is also responsible for maintaining accurate records and files. Additional duties include data entry, filing, and providing exceptional customer service both in-person and via phone. Performs other related duties as assigned.
Selected employee must pass a pre-employment criminal background screening including but not limited to: fingerprinting, thorough background investigation, and credit screening. Upon completion of a successful background screening, selected employee must pass a pre-employment physical including a drug screening as a condition of employment.
Starting pay is $48,390/year with excellent fringe benefits. This is a non-union position, and is non-exempt under FLSA.
To apply, complete and submit application below. Attach your cover letter and resume. The recruitment will remain open until 5:00 p.m. on Friday, November 3, 2017. Emailed, mailed, faxed, or hand-delivered applications will be declined. For any questions, please contact Megan Iozzo via e-mail at firstname.lastname@example.org, please include in the subject title "PSO". Persons requiring reasonable accommodations under the Americans with Disabilities Act are asked to contact the Human Resources Division at 847-904-4474.