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Everett Police Department - Police Officer
Last updated on June 14, 2021
PST Partner Agency since April 12, 2016
Testing Deadline: June 30, 2021.
Initial deadline to complete written exam and physical ability test with PST maybe based on closing date of job announcement can be found on our website.
View the job announcement at employment opportunity on the HR page of the City's website www.everettwa.gov/careers.
Candidates wishing to claim veterans' preference must submit a copy of their DD-214 or other official military separation documentation that clearly indicates an honorable discharge from military service to email@example.com.
PLEASE NOTE: If you have any questions or concerns regarding the disqualifiers, please contact the Everett Police Department Office of Professional Standards at 425.257.8425.
The Everett Police Department allows out of state written testing only. Physical Agility Test must be taken in Washington State..
Due to COVID-19 restrictions affecting candidate abilities to obtain a current written exam and PAT at Public Safety Testing, we are accepting applications. We actively monitor this website for an update and will complete processing your application once the tests are completed.
Everett is a progressive city of over 112,000 residents with:
•A beautiful salt water port and 2300 slips in the largest public marina on the west coast.
•Fantastic opportunities to enjoy the water including salmon fishing, crabbing, kiteboarding, kayaking, swimming and gray whale watching.
•Panoramic views of the Olympic and Cascade mountains.
•1600 acres of spectacular regional and waterfront parks, trails, and treasured environmental areas.
•Two 18 hole public golf courses.
•Opportunities to enjoy sports at Aquasox Baseball games, Everett Silvertips Ice Hockey games or ice skating at the Angel of the Winds Community Ice Rink.
•Arts and culture of all kinds including two symphony orchestras, over 250 resident visual artists, five performance venues within two miles and public artwork throughout the city.
•Lively restaurants and entertainment venues including Angel of the Winds Arena.
•Affordable coastal living just 25 minutes north of Seattle
Everett is a place with big city amenities and small city charm and friendliness – and it can be the place for you if you are looking for a great career with good pay, numerous opportunities and medical/dental insurance. Apply today!
The Everett Police Department is a premier law enforcement agency in Washington State!
We Want Your Service in our Department!
We are actively searching for high quality candidates. Everett Police Department serves a population over 112,000. We believe in community-oriented policing and work in partnership with the community to enhance quality of life and reduce crime through our core values of integrity, professionalism and honor.
Why work for Everett Police Department?
· Competitive Wages
· Vacation Accrual Starting First Year
· Pitman Work Schedule for Patrol Officers (rotating schedule with every other weekend off)
· Uniforms, firearms, and duty gear provided
· Boot/Vest Upgrade for Patrol Assignments, Clothing/Equipment Allowance for Plainclothes Assignments
· Dry Cleaning Benefit
Tuition Aid Reimbursement Program
NEW! Take Home Car Program
· Medical/Dental/Vision Benefits
- Employer funded VEBA
- VERA Medical Clinic/free primary care for enrolled employees and their dependents
- Free Telemedicine '98.6'
· City Match on Deferred Compensation
· LEOFF 2 Pension Plan
· Floating Holidays
· Holiday Bank (Can be Used or Cashed Out)
An assortment of Voluntary Benefits
Everett Police Officers perform a wide variety of law enforcement activities including patrol of designated areas of City on foot, bike, motorcycle, or automobile. How do you see yourself contributing to the community in three to five years as an Everett Police Officer?
Downtown Bike Patrol
Marine Unit – Dive Team
Major Crimes Detective
Property Crimes Detective
Gang Response Unit Motorcycle Unit School Resource Officer
# of Staff: 206 Commissioned, 242 total
Everett Police Department - Police Officer has 13 vacancies.
The deadline to test for the next hiring cycle is June 30, 2021.
The Everett Police Department is actively hiring.
First Year $6523 /month
Second Year $7143 /month
Third Year $8549 /month
$6,523.00 - $8,549.00
The City of Everett provides a comprehensive benefits package consisting of the following:
Kaiser CORE HMO, HMA PPO and HMA CDHP Medical Plan.
Delta Dental Service Plan
Willamette Dental Plan
Employer funded VEBA
HMA self-insured Vision Plan
Benefit eligibility for the employee and eligible dependents begins the first day of the month following the employee's hire date. Premiums for Kaiser CORE HMO, HMA PPO and HMA CDHP Medical coverage are shared by the employee.
Premiums for Delta Dental and HMA Vision are paid by the City on behalf of the employee and eligible dependents.
The Police Association offers Voluntary Life Insurance for employee, spouse and children through AFLAC. The employee pays the premiums on this benefit.
LEOFF II employees are responsible for Disability Insurance premiums. All LEOFF I and LEOFF II employees must purchase a minimum Life Insurance policy through the Police Association.
It is mandatory that both the City and the employee pay into the LEOFF State Retirement System.
Two voluntary Deferred Compensation programs are available for employee participation.
A Flexible Spending Plan is available that allows you to make pre-tax contributions for Health Care reimbursement and/or Dependent Care reimbursement for those expenses not covered by medical insurance.
The Employee Assistance Program EAP is provided free of charge to employees and family members.
Benefits for vacation, sick leave, and holidays are paid in accordance with the labor agreement.
Everett Police Department - Police Officer Requirements
|Category||Requirement||Required at time of...|
|LEO/CO Physical Ability Test (PAT)||
Your physical ability test must be completed 90 days (~3 months) before or after your passing written exam.
|US Citizen/Lawful Permanent Resident||US Citizen or Lawful Permanent Resident.|
|High School Grad/ GED||Or equivalent.|
|Driver's License Required||Yes|
|Felony Conviction(s) as an Adult||See disqualifiers below.|
|Felony Conviction(s) as a Juvenile||See disqualifiers below.|
|Ability to Read & Write the English Language||Yes|
|Veterans Preference Points||Candidates need to upload to PST, DD214 or any other discharge documents that include discharge status. Candidates can also submit a copy of their DD-214 to via e-mail by the filing deadline.|
|Multiple Scores from Same Applicant||The highest written score within the last 12 months will be considered. Eligibility is good for one year, or until removed for cause.|
|Request/Access Scores||Scores are reviewed after each posted deadline.|
Everett Police Department - Police Officer Disqualifiers
The following are automatic and potential disqualifiers. Applicants should not apply to our agency if they indicate any of the automatic disqualifiers. Potential disqualifiers will be considered on a case by case basis.
Everett Police Department - Police Officer
Everett, WA 98201 Snohomish County
Agency Test Requirements
Written Examination: Yes, required
PAT: Yes, required
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TESTING IN WASHINGTON STATE CANCELED THROUGH MAY 31, 2020
All pre-employment tests in Washington State have been canceled until May 31, 2020 unless government restrictions are eased. With recent updates, facility closures, and government guidelines, this step is necessary and could be modified at any time. The health and safety of our customers, our staff, and their families is of the highest priority.
We will continue to evaluate developments and make changes to this policy as necessary. When we do resume testing, there will be plenty of events for everyone to test. We are in regular communication with our public safety agency partners, assessing alternatives to the traditional testing model and our testing policies. Any future updates will be posted on the PST website and our Facebook page.
If you have tested with PST in the past 12 months, there may be additional positions you are now eligible to add. Several departments have temporarily changed their testing policies due to the suspension in testing that COVID-19 has caused. Please login to your PST account and navigate to the ‘New Positions’ page to see what departments you can add! We will regularly update that page in your account as departments send updates.
FUTURE TEST REGISTRATION
We know that there will be testing in the future - we just don’t know when! We want you to be prepared for when testing begins again so we have created test events on our calendar that you can register for that will place you in a queue to be first notified. These tests are not “real” test events, they are essentially a holding area. You will be able to “reschedule” out of that event to any other event date/location at no cost. Registering now will also give you time to work on your Personal History Statement (PHS) so that your data will be ready and up-to-date to send to your departments once testing resumes.
To sign up for this placeholder event, select the June 15, 2020 test date in your category (police, fire, 911 dispatch, corrections, etc.).
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