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Apply for Job/Applicant Interest Form

Join our diverse police team and help us serve the community of Illinois State University!  To make us aware of your interest in joining our team, simply complete this very brief form to be notified of our next police officer testing period: Applicant Interest Form

 

Job Positions

Sworn Positions
Patrol Officer     General Investigations Detective
Bike Patrol Officer     Narcotics Investigations Detective (through Task Force 6)
Field Training Officer     Emergency Response Unit Officers (through NPD ERU)
Firearms Instructor     Other areas of specialized training or regional task forces
Non-sworn Positions
Police Telecommunicator
Administrative Clerical positions
Student volunteers

Benefits

  • Superior retirement plan (in comparison to most municipalities)
  • Vacations & Holidays
  • Tuition Waiver (Self & Dependents)
  • Healthcare & Dental Care
  • Tax Deferred Annuities

Applicant Qualifications

  • Must possess a valid State of Illinois Driver's License
  • No record of conviction of a felony
  • Must pass a background investigation
  • High School graduation or G.E.D.
  • At least 21 years of age
  • Successful completion of the Illinois Basic Law
    Enforcement Officers Training Course (Applicants who lack this training at time of appointment will be required to complete the training during and as part of their probationary period of employment in this classification.)
  • Application & Testing Process

 Salary Plan

Effective FY 2015*

0-12 months                    $25.77/hr      
12+ to 24 months       $27.39/hr
24+ to 36 months      $27.76/hr
36+ to 48 months      $28.18/hr
48+ to 60 months      $28.56/hr
5 years      $29.40/hr
7 years $29.53/hr
10 years      $29.73/hr
15 years      $30.17/hr
20 years      $30.57/hr

*Schedule A rates will be adjusted by the percentage of the publicly announced campus wage program. Should the publicly announced campus wage program fall below 2.0%, either party may request to open negotiations for the purposes of wages only up to impasse procedures including interest arbitration. This shall not be precedent setting for future wage increases, and does not constitute an acceptance of the historical practice of standard wage increases for future negotiations (breakthrough).

Other Information

For more information regarding University benefits please visit the Human Resources website.
Please also view the current Unit 1 PBPA Union Contract.

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