Last Updated February 16, 2016:
United States Marshals Service NOW HIRING
USMS is anticipating to hire entry level Deputy US Marshals in February 2016. Interested applicants must apply through USA JOBS. Instead of a nationwide hire, it looks like the USMS will be hiring for specific regions.
Below is the excerpt from our homepage which can be accessed at: http://www.usmarshals.gov/careers/deputy_positions.html
Hiring Opportunities - In February 2016, the United States Marshals Service will begin hiring for the entry level Deputy U.S. Marshals position. Jobs will be posted by hiring region through USAJOBS. Deputy U.S. Marshal Hiring Regions can be seen by selecting the link on this page. Applicants do not have to be from the region to apply, but certified applicants for that posting will only be eligible for the offices/areas noted on the posting. The United States Marshals Service plans to post separate announcements for multiple areas in the coming months. Applications for Deputy U.S. Marshal Positions are ONLY accepted through the USAJOBS site during posted announcement open periods. We encourage all interested applicants to create or update their existing USAJOBS accounts and to set up their notice for USMS job postings.
Coming Soon! USMS Recent Graduate Pathways Program – In the summer of 2016, the United States Marshals Service will begin hiring Deputy U.S. Marshals positions through the USMS Recent Graduate Pathways Program. All USMS Pathways announcements will be posted in USAJOBS. Applications for Deputy U.S. Marshal Pathways Positions will ONLY be accepted through the USAJOBS site during posted announcement open periods. More information and guidance concerning The United States Marshals Service Pathways Programs will be forthcoming. For general information about Pathway Programs you can check out the USAJOBS link at: https://www.usajobs.gov/StudentsAndGrads
In addition, this summer, the USMS will be hiring Deputy US Marshals through the Recent Graduate Pathways Program. More information can be obtained through the hyperlink listed above.
Abington PD recruiting juniors and seniors: info session Feb 24
The Abington Township Police Department (Montgomery County, PA) is currently in the process of recruiting for our 2016 entrance exam in March. We are actively recruiting college juniors and seniors. In addition to my email, I can be reached on my cell phone: 609.929.2867.
Field Training Officer Drew Kent
Abington Township Police Department
267-536-100 Ext 1626
Telling your parents you're a CJ major
Wondering how to explain your major to your parents? How to use it to get a job? This is focused on Soc majors, but it has a lot of relevance for CJ as well. http://ctx.sagepub.com/
The Ocean City, MD Emergency Services Division hires (20) Seasonal Communications Operators every summer to assist with the demands of the summer season in a busy resort town. Seasonal Communications Operators are responsible for answering calls from residents/ visitors and coordinating responses from Public Safety Personnel (Police/ Fire/ EMS). In addition, Seasonal Communications Operators monitor the Town of Ocean City's Camera System and facilitate Communication between Public Safety and other Town of Ocean City Departments. Seasonal Communications Operators are paid $11.98 per hour.
For additional details about employment as well testing procedures, see http://content.govdelivery.com/attachments/MDOCEAN/2014/11/18/file_attachments/341902/Communications%2BOperators%2B2015%2BCompatibility%2BMode.pdf
Please direct any questions to Communications Supervisor Janet Guiton. She can be reached by phone (410-723-6933) or by email (firstname.lastname@example.org)
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