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Job Opportunities

The University of Toledo Office of Public Safety employs nearly 100 police officers, security officers, dispatchers, civilian staff, and student workers. Information, including job requirements, pay, and benefits are listed below.

NEW POSITION OPENING: CLOSED 

UNIVERSITY LAW ENFORCEMENT OFFICER (Full Time)
CLICK HERE for the Law Enforcement Officer Career Brochure 
The University of Toledo Police
Job: ULEO15

Candidates must be at least twenty-one (21) years of age on or before date of written examination; possess a valid driver's license; meet minimum standards of physical condition/fitness; and have a valid Ohio Peace Officer Training Certificate, or be currently enrolled in an OPOTA-certified police academy. In addition, candidates must submit to a drug/urinalysis test; have completed ninety-six (96) quarter hours / sixty-four (64) semester hours of college level academic credits from an accredited college or university (having earned a GPA of 2.0 or higher); OR education may be substituted with five (5) years of continuous active full-time law enforcement experience (as a state-certified peace officer) with a state certified law enforcement agency. Starting wage is $46,452. An entry-level written police examination and physical fitness examination will be administered on Saturday, March 21, 2015. Candidates who meet minimum qualifications will be contacted by ELECTRONIC MAIL with testing information. The application deadline for this position is 5:00 PM, Friday, March 13, 2015. 

To view full posting requirements and to apply please visit https://jobs.utoledo.edu. Online applications only. UT is an EEO, AA Employer and Educator.

NOTICE TO ULEO CANDIDATES WHO RECEIVED ELECTRONIC MAIL NOTIFICATION OF THE POLICE ENTRY-LEVEL WRITTEN EXAMINATION AND PHYSICAL FITNESS EXAMINATION:

Review and complete the following PRIOR to the written examination and physical fitness examination:

Candidates will be asked to review and complete both the Candidate Literature Packet and the Candidate Personal History Questionnaire.

1. 'Candidate Literature Packet (Review, print only required sections and return with 'Personal History Questionnaire')

2.  ‘Personal History Questionnaire’ (Review, print, complete all sections and return)
*Note: The ‘Personal History Questionnaire’ should be completed entirely with no omissions. Should a section of the questionnaire not apply to you, denote this by ‘DNA.’ 

3. The 'Personal History Questionnaire' (PHQ) will be collected prior to the written examination.  Candidates should make certain that the PHQ is completed in its entirety along with all required photocopies, original documentation, etc. as required in the PHQ instructions.

4. Candidates should wear comfortable clothing conducive for physical fitness testing for both the written examination and physical fitness examination.  No candidate will be permitted to participate in the physical fitness examination if his/her physician release form for the examination is not completed by his/her physician.  Click here for this form or it may be also located in the PHQ (Section T / Page: 32).  Practicing for the fitness examination is highly encouraged.  

Written Examination:

Check-in begins promptly at 7:00 AM, Saturday, March 21, 2015;
an entry-level written examination will be administered beginning at 8:00 AM. Testing will take place at The University of Toledo Driscoll Center (Room 1019) – 2800 West Bancroft Street – Toledo, Ohio 43606. The Driscoll Center is located at the corner of West Bancroft Street and University Hills Boulevard; please park in Lot 17. Detailed directions to the campus as well as a campus map are available on our website at www.utoledo.edu.
 

In order to be admitted for testing, a valid state driver’s license is required. Please be prompt as no one will be admitted after 8:00 AM. No cell phones and/or wireless devices will be permitted in the testing facility. If you have any questions, please feel free to contact our office.

Fitness Exam & Personal History Questionnaire Collection:

A physical fitness exam will be administered immediately following the written examination. Testing will take place at The University of Toledo Transportation Center (University of Toledo Police Department Building) - 1515 South Towerview – Toledo, Ohio 43606. The Transportation Center is located by the south entrance of the University off of Dorr Street between Secor Road and Douglas Road; please park in Lot 27-C. Detailed directions to the campus as well as a campus map are available on our website at www.utoledo.edu

Graded Exercises and Minimum Requirements

FITNESS CATEGORY

MINIMUM REQUIREMENT NEEDED FOR PASSING

Push-Ups (Unlimited)

22

Sit-Ups (Timed One Minute)

31

One Repetition Maximum Bench Press

.61 Ratio (body weight multiplied by .61)

300 Meter Run

64.7 Seconds

1.5 Mile Run

15:14 Minutes


















Written Examination and Physical Fitness Results:


Candidates will receive an electronic mail communication regarding written test results & ranking approximately ten (10) days from the conclusion of the Written Examination. A minimum score of 70% or higher must be achieved by candidates on the written examination. Physical Fitness Examination test results will be known by the candidate at the conclusion of the physical fitness examination.


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HEALTH SCIENCE CAMPUS SECURITY OFFICER (Full-Time & Part-Time)
CLICK HERE for the Hospital Security Officer Career Brochure 
The University of Toledo Office of Public Safety

CLICK HERE for more information.

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NEW POSITION OPENING: CLOSED
POLICE DISPATCHER 1 (Part Time)
CLICK HERE for the Police Dispatcher Career Brochure 
The University of Toledo Police

Job: DISP2012

Candidates must be 18 years of age; have a high school diploma or equivalent; have excellent public relations skills; have 4 months training and/or experience as a radio dispatcher with like duties for law enforcement agency; ability to add, subtract, multiply and divide whole numbers and to read and write simple sentences; and must be eligible for certification to access information from law enforcement databases. The starting pay range is $14.39. The application deadline for this position expired on June 29, 2012 and no further applications are being accepted.

To view full posting requirements and to apply please visit https://jobs.utoledo.edu. Online applications only. UT is an EEO, AA Employer and Educator.


NOTICE TO POLICE DISPATCHER CANDIDATES WHO RECEIVED WRITTEN NOTIFICATION OF MEETING MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Candidates who meet minimum qualification criteria will be asked to review and complete both the Candidate Literature Packet and the Candidate Personal History Questionnaire.  

1. 'Candidate Literature Packet (Review, print only required sections and return with 'Personal History Questionnaire')

2.  ‘Personal History Questionnaire’ (Review, print, complete all sections and return)
*Note: The ‘Personal History Questionnaire’ should be completed entirely with no omissions. Should a section of the questionnaire not apply to you, denote this by ‘DNA.’  

3.  The ‘Personal History Questionnaire’ should be submitted via U.S. Mail or in person on or before Friday, July 20, 2012 by 5:00 PM / EST. If submitting via U.S. Mail, please address to Lt. Brett A. Weaver at the below listed address. Additionally, any questions may be directed to Lt. Weaver at (419)530.2599 or brett.weaver@utoledo.edu

MAILING ADDRESS:

The University of Toledo Police Department
Attn: Lt. Brett A. Weaver
2801 West Bancroft Street - Mail Stop 207
Toledo, Ohio 43606.3390 


THE UNIVERSITY OF TOLEDO POLICE DEPARTMENT: Position Overviews:


University Law Enforcement Officer
UTPD currently employs 37 police officers. Starting pay $46,452 (with academy). Applicants must be at least 21 years of age on or before written examination date, have a valid driver’s license, and must successfully pass a variety of tests and background checks.

Police DispatcherUTPD employs both part time and full time dispatchers. Both classifications of dispatcher are represented by the Communication Workers of America (CWA) in the collective bargaining agreement with the University. Dispatchers must have excellent public relations skills and be able to pass a number of selection process phases including a thorough background investigation and psychological evaluation.

Student Workers UTPD employs students in many roles, including Rocket Patrol (ticketers), Night Watch (escorts), and various clerical positions. Wages range from $7.40 to $8.55 an hour.

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Last Updated: 3/22/15