Employment Opportunities

Police Lieutenant

 

Eligibility Requirements: requires High School Diploma, valid NC Driver’s License; possession of a Basic Law Enforcement Certificate ; must possess a general enforcement certificate awarded by the Criminal Justice Education and training standards commission; must not have any disciplinary actions in the last twelve months; must have a minimum of (7) years of Law Enforcement experience with some supervision; complete first line supervision training and FTO certified but not required. Director of Support services; reports directly to the Captain; serves as Administrative Officer-in Charge of Personnel Administration under direction of the captain; keeps the Captain and Chief of police appraised of pertinent personnel matters; assists in the development of departmental policies; serves as the department’s office manager, coordinates correspondence sent to other functional units within the department and maintains a central filing system; coordinates the Community Policing implementation with all other units of the department; will be responsible for the preparation and submission of grant applications as required; performs related duties as needed, such as maintaining the evidence room, vehicle maintenance, L.E.S.S. (Law Enforcement Support Services), Governor’s Highway Safety Program, Scheduling, Police Pak Administrator, Supervises Investigator, as well as Training Officer; may serve in various roles when designated by the Chief of Police; takes lead of investigations at crime scenes

 
The Town of Enfield is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Application may be obtained from the Enfield Police Department, Town Office or from our website at www.enfieldnc.org. The application maybe mailed to P. O. Box 699, Enfield, NC 27823, Attention Mrs. Thorpe. Application will be accepted until 4 p.m. on August 28, 2020. The position will be open until filled.

 

Police Detective

 

Eligibility Requirements: requires High School Diploma, valid NC Driver’s License; possession of a Basic Law Enforcement Certificate and completed the requirements established by the NC Justice Training and Standards for Certified Law Enforcement.  Essential Duties and Tasks: conducts initial and follow-up investigations of criminal incidents; interviews persons in connection with criminal incidents including victims, witnesses, and suspects; secures crime scenes, collects, establishes chain of custody, and preserves physical evidence; processes evidence through on-site identification technology and use of state and local laboratories. Prepares and reviews written reports of investigative activities; arrests offenders; testifies in court regarding investigative activities. Establishes effective contacts with the public, informants, coworkers, district attorney staff, and other law enforcement departments to gain information related to criminal activities, conducts surveillance develops leads and cooperates with other law enforcement agencies to investigate, locate, apprehend, and arrest offenders.  Participates in special narcotics investigations, surveillance, and related programs and activities.  Coordinates Crime Stopper or other related programs and a minimum of five years’ experience in Law enforcement.

The Town of Enfield is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Application may be obtained from the Enfield Police Department, Town Office or from our website at www.enfieldnc.org. The application maybe mailed to P. O. Box 699, Enfield, NC 27823, Attention Mrs. Thorpe. Application will be accepted until 4 p.m. on August 28, 2020. The position will be open until filled.

 

Applications will be considered for all positions without regard to race, color, national origin, age, religion, sex, marital status, veteran status, or any other legally protected status.