Details for THE VILLAGE OF SOUTH HOLLAND / EMP - Ad from 2019-11-10
South Holland Police Department Is Accepting Applications! The Village of South Holland, Illinois, a leading suburb located 25 miles south of Chicago with a population of approximately 22,000, and a current police staff of 46 full-time sworn officers, is seeking experienced and professional individuals who are self-disciplined with a servant’s heart to join our https://southholland.org/ http://www.iosolutions.com police department. For requirements, application and testing process details please visit: www.iosolutions.com or the Village website at: www.southholland.org Application and required documentation due by Monday, December 2, 2019 at 4:00 PM CST How to Apply: • Purchase, complete, and submit your application at www.iosolutions.com • Submit all supporting documentation • Complete your application by Monday, December 2, 2019 at 4:00 PM CST Minimum Requirements: • $25.00 non-refundable application fee • U.S. Citizenship • 21 years of age and no more than 35 years of age at time of application, unless exempt by statute • Valid driver’s license • High School Diploma • Must have at least 30 credit hours of college credit from an accredited university (copy of original, official transcripts due at time of application, 12/2/2019) • 20/70 binocular vision correctable to 20/20 and not be color blind • Submit proof that they have passed the IL POWER test within the past year as of the written exam date, January 4, 2020 (POWER test cards considered valid if dated 01/4/2019- 01/4/2020) • Must be able to comply with contractually agreed upon residency requirement: All employees must reside within a twenty-mile radius of South Holland’s Village Hall or a municipality whose border is touched by the twenty-mile radius, within one (1) year of employment • Be of high moral standards and personal integrity and habits based upon contemporary Village standards, as determined by the Police Department • Be free of any felony convictions, or misdemeanor criminal convictions as specified in 65 ILCS, Section 5-1-7 of the IL Revised Statutes • Be able to pass a written and Ergometric exam, POWER test, oral interview, background investigation, psychological, polygraph and medical examination.