- Age: 21
- Education: Bachelors Degree
- Experience: 0
Knowledge, Abilities and Skills
Ability to read and review such items as professional journals and publications, legislative data, and interpret ordinances, state laws, reports and updates regarding criminal activity. Must be able to compute formulas for determining water pressure and dosages for injections. Ability to write or complete a variety of written reports and memos which may be used in a court of law. Employee will write citations. Skill in the operation of various fire and emergency equipment such as communications and dispatch systems, as well as computers. Employee must be able to successfully pass all phases of departmental physical fitness standards, as defined by the departmental policies and procedures manual, on a quarterly basis.
Minimum Education, Experience and Certification
(A) United States Citizen;
(B) Valid Texas driver’s license;
(C) 1. Bachelors Degree from a regionally accredited college or university or, 2. Minimum of 60 college hours with either 4 years of combined paid experience in police, fire or EMS or 4 years of active duty military;
(D) Ability to successfully pass a vigorous background examination;
(E) Minimum 21 years of age.