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VPSO (Village Public Safety Officer)

Statewide, AK · Law Enforcement/Security
 
Village Public Safety Officer (VPSO)
Statewide, Alaska
$DOE and excellent benefits

Our client: A prominent Native advocacy organization working towards continually strengthening the mental, physical and cultural wellbeing of its communities.  If you are a US Citizen (or Permanent Resident with demonstrable intent to become a citizen), at least 21 years of age, with a clean background and are actively interested in community life and safety, take a closer look. We have numerous opportunities available in villages across Alaska so if you're looking for something different and you want to do the best to ensure safety, outreach and harmonious interactions with local residents, you should definitely apply! 


Would you like to:
  • Provide police, fire, emergency medical treatment, water safety and search and rescue coordination to remote communities in the Northwest region of Alaska
  • Investigate and enforce local or tribal ordinances
  • Work with Alaska State Troopers to investigate felony crimes
  • Maintain fire equipment
  • Provide training to volunteer firefighters
  • Organize, direct, and act as liaison for Search and Rescue teams and agencies
Making it worth your while:
  • Excellent benefits including FSA (Financial Spending Account), free use of Rec Center and pool, 403(b), subsistence leave
  • 11 paid holidays a year
  • Be a key member of your local community
  • Take an active role in the safety of the community
  • Work with an excellent team
  • Work to a mission and set of core values to improve community life
Alaska Executive Search is here for you!
  • Specialist recruiters, with over 50 years of combined experience
  •  No cost to our applicants
  • Ability to look for a job while you’re still working
  • Certified Staffing Consultants work for our clients, and advocate for our candidates
  • Friendly Associate Recruiters working with you to present your best self
 
 
 

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