City of Las VegasLas Vegas 89101
Full Time

Have no conviction of a felony in the state of Nevada, or any offense which would be considered a felony if committed in the state of Nevada.

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Deputy City Marshal

City of Las Vegas
Full Time 5 per week 3300 Stewart Ave, Las Vegas, NV 89101, United States
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Overview

Do you have a Passion to Protect and a Desire to Serve?Lateral Opportunity in Iconic Las Vegas!
4-Day Work Week (10 hour shifts with a paid lunch break)

STARTING SALARY up to 7 years of experience:

+ Nevada PERS Pension - Employer Paid Agency

+ No Social Security Deduction (6.2% stays in your check)
+ No State Income Tax
+ Shift Differential (Swing 4%   Graves 6%)
+ Field Training Officer (FTO) Incentive Pay (10%)

+ Deferred Compensation Match up to $2,000 annually

+ 100%Paid Medical, Dental, Vision (50% paid for depends)

+ City covers initial issue of Uniform and Equipment.

+ Uniform Allowance $1,700 annually

+ 80 hours vacation (year 1)

+ 120 hours vacation (year 2)

+ 104 hours annual sick leave

+ 13 paid holidays

+ Tuition Reimbursement $5,250 annually



This LATERAL Deputy City Marshal recruitment is designed for certified peace officers with current or prior experience with a law enforcement agency in the performance of duties directly related to Category I Peace Officer standards. Service time must be within five years immediately preceding application with the City of Las Vegas.

Out-of-State Applicants
We have a process that only requires one trip into the area.

** Tattoo Policy **

Visible tattoos are allowed on the arms only. Tattoos on the hands and neck will be evaluated. Tattoos on the head and face are prohibited.

** Beard Grooming Policy **
Officers may grow a beard no longer than one-half inch. 

Recruiter Contact Information
Ron Prewitt 
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Chief Jason Potts
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A. TESTING PROCESS (Applicant Status)

TRAINING & EXPERIENCE EVALUATION (Eligible List Placement)
The test for placing candidates on the eligible list will consist of an application evaluation and scoring. It is essential that applications include detailed information regarding education, certifications, and experience. Applicants who pass this assessment will move forward to the department assessment process.

B. DEPARTMENT ASSESSMENT PROCESS (Candidate Status)

Candidates should expect a very competitive background and assessment process (with only a percentage of candidates moving forward at each step). Our lateral assessments DO NOT include a Physical Fitness Test.

Typical assessments include:

  • Personal History Statement / Background Interview
  • Polygraph
  • Psychological Suitability Assessment
  • Command Staff Interview
  • Medical Fit-for-Duty Examination
  • Drug Testing / Education & Experience Verification / Fingerprinting
1. Personal History Statement
Candidate information will be forwarded to the department Background Investigation Unit as they are placed on the list. An investigator will email each applicant a Personal History Statement with a deadline for submission. The background unit processes candidates as needed. It is normal to have a wait period of a few weeks before an investigator contacts you. 

2. Polygraph Information
The polygraph is by invitation only. A polygraph, popularly referred to as a lie detector, measures and records several physiological indices such as blood pressure, pulse, respiration, and skin conductivity while the candidate is asked and answers a series of questions. If you are scheduled for a polygraph, you will be contacted by our Internal Affairs Division.
 
3. Psychological Suitability Assessment Information
The Psychological Suitability Assessment is by invitation only and begins with a written psychological assessment. The written assessment typically takes 4-5 hours to complete. Before leaving the test site applicants are scheduled for a 30 minute interview with the psychologist for some time that week. Every effort will be made to schedule the interview the day after the exam for out of state applicants. Applicants should prepare to be flexible with their calendar for the days following the written assessment to accommodate the interview.

4. Command Staff Interview
Candidates who are scheduled for the psychological suitability assessment will be invited to an in-person interview. 

Candidate Communication
Email will be the primary communication method during the entire recruitment process. It is a good idea to check your emails regularly while you are active in the process, to include checking your spam or trash folders.  

EXAMPLE OF DUTIES
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS

EXPERIENCE

Must have prior service experience with a law enforcement agency in the performance of duties directly related to Category I Peace Officer standards. Service time must be within five years immediately preceding application with the City of Las Vegas.   

EDUCATION

Equivalent to graduation from high school.

CERTIFICATE

Possession of Nevada P.O.S.T. category I (Police Officer) certification on the date of application, and maintenance thereafter; OR possession of a valid equivalent certification from another state on the date of application. By date of hire, must attend P.O.S.T. required 80-hour training, sit for the Nevada P.O.S.T. category I (Police Officer) equivalency exam and obtain a passing score.

LICENSE

Possession of an appropriate, valid drive's license on the date of application, and maintenance thereafter.

AGE

Must be 21 years of age on the date of application.

CITIZENSHIP

Must be a United States citizen on the date of application.

Special to this classification pursuant to NAC 289.110

  • Have no conviction of a felony in the state of Nevada, or any offense which would be considered a felony if committed in the state of Nevada.
  • Have no conviction of any crime for which you were required to register and/or a misdemeanor crime of domestic violence including use or attempted use of physical force.
  • Have no conviction of unlawful use, sale, or possession of a control substance.

Department Hiring Standards
  • No convictions with the past 12 months, including DUI.
  • Drug use (including marijuana and steroids) may be disqualifying.
  • Two or more alcohol related incidents in the past 48 months is disqualifying.
  • Suspensions, revocations or cancelations of driver's license within the last three years will be reviewed on an individual basis.
  • Separation from any branch of the United States Armed Forces under less than "honorable" conditions, or separation honorably from the Armed Forces for reasons of unsuitability or misconduct is disqualifying.
  • Any active warrant at the time of background interview is disqualifying.
  • Decertification from any law enforcement agency is disqualifying.
  • Termination for cause by another criminal justice agency is disqualifying.
  • Any misrepresentations, either intentionally or unintentionally, will be grounds for disqualification.

 
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