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Marysville Police Department - Corrections/Custody Officer
Last updated on October 13, 2023
PST Partner Agency since October 19, 2011
The Marysville Police Department is continuously accepting scores from PST.
Please view the job announcement at Custody Officer - Entry Level | Job Details tab | Career Pages (governmentjobs.com) on the City's website at www.marysvillewa.gov for more information and to apply once you've completed and passed the PST testing process.
Candidates wishing to claim Veterans' Preference must upload a copy of their DD-214 or other official military separation documentation that CLEARLY indicates an honorable discharge from military service - either on the PST site or with the job application.
Please Note: If you have any questions or concerns regarding the disqualifiers, please contact the Marysville Police Department Professional Standards Unit at 360-363-8309.
Marysville PD pulls scores on a weekly basis.
Marysville, a city of 73,780 people, is a code city with a mayor-council form of government. It is located five miles north of Everett on the north crescent of the Snohomish River Delta. Ideally situated near mountains, lakes, rivers, and the Puget Sound, Marysville endeavors to maintain its unhurried charm while experiencing rapid growth. Annexation of surrounding areas, families based at Naval Station Everett, the draw of the Tulalip Tribes Casino, residential expansion, and a marked increase in commercial and light industry have contributed to the growth. Services such as an extensive parks system and a strong utility infrastructure have expanded to meet these and future needs. Marysville is known to many as the "Strawberry City." The berry is grown abundantly in this region and is commemorated each June during the Strawberry Festival. The Marysville School District is recognized regionally for its education programs that harness the talents of its students and prepare them with skills for the future.
The Police Department protects and serves the public and property within City limits, and maintains law and order round-the-clock in our community by deterring, preventing and apprehending criminals. The department, composed of administration, support services, investigation and uniform patrol, uses nontraditional problem-solving to accentuate its standard operating procedures, yielding successful results. The department joins in a cooperative effort with citizens to improve the quality of life in Marysville and be responsive to the community's needs to provide a safer place in which to live and work. The department operates a 90+ bed municipal jail which holds both sentenced and pre-arraigned prisoners. Custody officers work in the jail facility or may be selected to work in the court unit at the Marysville Municipal Court.
# of Staff: 25
Marysville Police Department - Corrections/Custody Officer has 2 vacancies.
Vacancies are filled per Civil Service "rule of six" with six more names than there are vacancies to be filled forwarded to the Chief of Police for background investigation and selection.
2023 rates: Entry-level Custody Officer salary range: $5,505 per month plus benefits.
Educational incentive pay: additional 6% - 90 quarter credits or 60 semester credits or AA; 8% - BA/BS.
In addition to wages listed above, the City of Marysville offers longevity pay after 5 years of service. For more details please refer to the labor agreement available online at www.marysvillewa.gov.
100% employer-paid medical insurance premiums for employee, 90% employer-paid medical insurance premiums for spouse and dependents; 100% employer-paid dental and vision insurance premiums for employee, spouse, and dependents; 100% employer-paid premiums for long-term disability insurance; flexible spending account benefit plans; 23-25 days/year paid time off on patrol assignment; paid sick leave; participation in state retirement plan; variety of other employee-paid benefits, including deferred compensation plans, accident, and life insurance plans.
Marysville Police Department - Corrections/Custody 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||Yes|
|Driver's License Required||Valid Washington State Driver's License|
|Felony Conviction(s) as an Adult||None.|
|Felony Conviction(s) as a Juvenile||Will be carefully reviewed on a case by case basis|
|Ability to Read & Write the English Language||Yes|
|Vision Requirements||Must meet LEOFF II standards.|
|Multiple Scores from Same Applicant||We only consider the most recent score|
Marysville Police Department - Corrections/Custody 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.
Marysville Police Department - Corrections/Custody Officer
Marysville, WA 98270 Snohomish County
Agency Test Requirements
Written Examination: Yes, required
PAT: Yes, required
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