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Mifflin Township Division of Police
Part-time Police Officer
The Mifflin Township Division of Police seeks individuals to serve as part-time Police Officers for the unincorporated portion of Mifflin Township.
The Mifflin Township Police Department provides police services to the unincorporated areas of Mifflin Township. With a population of more than 3,000 residents, the unincorporated portion of Mifflin Township includes a 3.9-square-mile area in northeast Franklin County, between the city of Columbus and the city of Gahanna. Mifflin Township is adjacent to Port Columbus International Airport and one of the largest suburbs of the City of Columbus Metropolitan region, and the Division of Police responded to more than 3,000 calls for assistance in 2017.
The position of Police officer is under the direct supervision of the Chief of Police. The individual assuming this position will be responsible for providing a highly visible, professional police presence while conducting patrol, traffic enforcement, calls for service, in a specified geographical area. Answers calls when an emergency exists; takes such actions as necessary to prevent harm; to maintain safety and to assist citizens in a wide range of emergency and non-emergency situations. Takes proper action as necessary and required to maintain the order, safety and general welfare of Mifflin Township utilizing the United States Constitution, the Ohio Revised Code, and Mifflin Township Resolutions, policies, and procedures.
1. Completed Application Packet
2. Resume and cover letter indicating intent to participate in the process
3. Annex A: Physical Fitness Test
4. Annex C: Health Provider Certificate
5. Annex D: Waiver of Liability
Mifflin Township Division of Fire
The Mifflin Township Division of Fire seeks energetic and dependable individuals to serve as Contingent (Part-time) Dispatchers for the Metropolitan Emergency Consortium Communications (MECC) 911 Center in Gahanna, Ohio. MECC’s Public Safety Dispatchers / Tele-Communicators work in a dynamic and exciting environment and are the primary link between the public and the fire and emergency medical services for six regional fire departments. The Dispatchers perform a variety of specialized technical and clerical duties involved with the operation of the MECC’s communication center. The ideal candidate must be able to work in a fast paced work environment; receive, analyze, process, and disseminate emergency and non-emergency information provided by citizens and public.
1. Completed Application
2. Resume and cover letter indicating intent to participate in the process.
3. Documentation showing completion of the following training / certifications:
a. Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR) Provider Certification – American Red Cross or American Heart Association
b. IS-100.b - Introduction to Incident Command System*
c. IS-700.a - National Incident Management System (NIMS) - An Introduction*
d. IS-800.b - National Response Framework - An Introduction*
*NOTE: IS-100, IS-700, & IS-800. All courses are available via the FEMA EMI Independent-Study website at http://training.fema.gov/IS/crslist.asp
e. Desired Training – not prerequisites; however credit will be given for consideration
i. Basic Tele-Communicator 40-hour course or equivalent
ii. Priority Dispatch Emergency Medical/Fire Dispatcher certifications or APCO Emergency Medical Dispatcher Certification
Applicants are required to submit proof of prerequisite training with their application. Applicants who do not have proof of prerequisite completion will not be able to continue in the hiring / selection process.
A Contingent Dispatcher must be expected to work:
• 24 hours / month
• 1 major Holiday per calendar year
• Night shifts (7 pm – 7 am)
Contingent Dispatcher Job Description