*You MUST HAVE LIST ELIGIBILITY to APPLY for a vacancy if you are NOT A CURRENT or FORMER STATE EMPLOYEE* The MSH-Hospital Police Department is currently accepting applications for Hospital Police Officers. Typical duties include performing standard law enforcement duties under the supervision of a Watch Commander, the ability to work any shift, and other police related duties as required. WHO MAY APPLY: Candidates who are LIST ELIGIBLE and REACHABLE to the classification-1937, LATERAL TRANSFERS and REINSTATEMENTS. SROA/surplus candidates are encouraged to apply. Interested applicants must submit a completed standard state application STD-678 form with original signature (in person or by mail) to the Metropolitan State Hospital-Human Resources Department. Please indicate on your application the basis of eligibility under Explanations (i.e. List eligible, Lateral transfer, Reinstatement). Applications will be screened and only the most qualified candidates will be considered. A complete background investigation will be conducted if selected to continue in the hiring process. Training Requirement: All candidates must possess a Certificate of Completion for Penal Code Section 832 (PC 832 Course) to be admitted into a hiring interview. Attach a copy of PC832 Certificate. APPLICATIONS WILL BE ACCEPTED UNTIL FILLED. Once a significant candidate pool is received, an internal cutoff period will be established and interviews will be scheduled.
If you are not a current or former State employee, you must first take an examination to obtain list eligibility. This does not apply to Student Assistant vacancies.
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