- Position Description
- Salary Information:
The salary for this position is negotiated through a collective bargaining agreement. All new employees will be hired at the minimum salary in the range and will be eligible for merit increases until reaching the maximum salary in the range.
*This recruitment is limited to the first 200 applications received from qualified applicants, and the closing date may be adjusted if the application limit is reached prior to the posted closing date. Before applying, please ensure that you are available to complete the entire testing process, per the dates on this posting.
Incumbents perform technical, clerical, and manual tasks for the receipt, storage, issuing, shipment, inventory and record keeping of police equipment, firearms, uniforms, materials, services, and supplies for the Department.
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- Minimum Qualifications/Position-Specific Conditions
- Minimum Qualifications
Two years of full-time stocking, storeroom or warehouse experience, to include inventory control.
Possession of a High School diploma or General Education Diploma (GED).
License or Certificate
Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid driver license.
Best Candidates Will Have
- Two or more years of full-time warehouse experience to include: receiving, order fulfillment, stocking merchandise, physical inventory control and customer service.
- Experience with unloading trucks, receiving in merchandise, issuing merchandise, physical inventory control, and data entry in an inventory program such as SAP.
- Experience with forklift, manual and electric pallet jacks.
- Ability to interact with customers and provide excellent service with minimum supervision.
- Knowledge of Microsoft Office software (Word, Excel, Outlook)
Conditions of Employment
In addition to the General Conditions of Employment, found here, the following specific conditions of employment apply to this position:
1) Personal Appearance: While on duty, and/or representing the Department, uniformed or otherwise, all Department employees will be neat and clean in their appearance in public. Employees are prohibited from attaching, affixing, or displaying objects, articles or jewelry on or through the nose, tongue, eyebrow or other exposed body part, except the ears for females, while on duty. Employees are prohibited from stretching or “gauging” their earlobes. All jewelry implants will not be exposed or visible while on duty. Tattoos or branding will not be exposed or visible while on duty and/or representing the Department. Such markings must be covered by clothing, and may not be covered by make-up or bandages. Tattoos or branding anywhere on the body that promote racism/discrimination, indecency, extremist or supremacist philosophies, lawlessness, violence, or contain sexually explicit material are prohibited.
Clark County Detention Center Assignment Conditions: If assigned to the Clark County Detention Center, undergo within 14 days after being newly transferred to the facility, an annual tuberculosis testing / screening per NRS, and every 12 months thereafter.
- Selection Process
- Application Filing
Applications must be submitted online and received by the posted closing date and time. Decisions on an applicant’s qualifications for this position will be made solely on the information contained in the application and therefore, should be filled out in its entirety.
To determine your status after submitting an employment application, you may access your account by going to https://www.governmentjobs.com/Applications/Index/lvmpd.
Current LVMPD Full-Time and Part-Time Employees, Interns and Volunteers:
Applications from full-time or part-time LVMPD members, interns and volunteers will be accepted through the closing date and time regardless of the number of applications received. To obtain an application packet once the application limit is reached and the posting is no longer visible, please contact the OHR representative listed below in the Inquiries Section. To ensure you meet the closing date and time, you are encouraged not to wait until the last day to request the application packet.
Application Screening (Pass/Fail)
Applications will be reviewed to determine those candidates who meet the minimum qualifications.These qualified candidates will be invited to participate in the remainder of the testing process set forth below. Applicants will be notified of the results of the screening process via email. If you have not received your notification by 4:00 P.M. (PST) on Thursday, January 9, 2020, it is your responsibility to confirm your eligibility to test for this position by contacting the OHR representative listed below in the Inquiries Section.
Exam 1: Mandatory Seminar / Written Exam (25%) – Tuesday, January 14, 2020
Exam 2: Oral Board (75%) – Beginning Monday, February 10, 2020
*The LVMPD reserves the right to modify selection processes and test instruments in accordance with accepted legal, ethical, and professional standards.
**Due to security reasons, personal belongings permitted in the testing facility will be limited. Items such as large backpacks, briefcases, duffle bags or similar items may not be allowed. Those items permitted will be left to the discretion of the LVMPD employees administering the examination and may be subject to a search.
**If you believe you are eligible for Veteran’s Preference Points and want to be considered for them, you MUST attach your DD214 or Statement/Proof of Service to your application. We are no longer accepting hard copies at the time of your Oral Board. For more information on Veteran’s Preference Points, please refer to the Frequently Asked Questions on the employment page at www.lvmpd.com.
Additional Selection Processes
Once candidates complete the Seminar and Written Exam, they will leave the building. Written Exam scores will be sent via email by the close of the business day on Thursday, January 16, 2020. Candidates who pass and earn the TOP SCORES, plus ties, as determined by sound personnel practices, will be invited to participate in the Oral Board Exam. Candidates moving forward to the Oral Board Exam will receive self-scheduling instructions with the Written Exam results. The deadline to self-schedule is Thursday, January 30, 2020 at 12:00 (noon) PST. Failure to self-schedule for the Oral Board Exam within the required timeframe may result in disqualification from the selection process.
If you successfully complete the above selection process, you will undergo a thorough background investigation. The background investigation takes approximately 90 to 120 days to complete. You must also meet the LVMPD Hiring Standards. LVMPD employees participate in the Department’s random drug screening process. For more information on the background process, click http://www.lvmpd.com/en-us/ProtectTheCity/Pages/EmploymentStandards.aspx
- Additional Information
- Please visit the FAQs available on our employment site for a listing of the LVMPD’s open competitive selection and employment policies, and other pertinent information. Please visit www.protectthecity.com for additional information pertaining to the LVMPD and its hiring process.
Questions regarding this selection process may be directed to: