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CLOSE DATE: Friday, March 9th, 2018
$24.79-$30.14 Per Hour
POST Certificate or Degree: 5% - Intermediate or BA or BS, 10% - Advanced or MA or MS, 15% -Supervisory or Ph.D.
5% - Holiday Pay
$0.40 per hour – Uniform Allowance
$0.50 per hour – Bi-Lingual Pay
The City of Glendora seeks an independent, responsible and driven professional with integrity and strong interpersonal skills to join our City team as a Jailer in the Police Department. The Jailer is a key position in the day-to-day operations that come with a functioning 24 hour jail facility. The ideal candidate will be a motivated, detail oriented and confident individual with excellent communication and reasoning skills. A successful candidate will demonstrate solid judgement, tact and calm in sometimes volatile situations.
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