Workforce Connections, Nevada Partners and Clark County Commissioner Lawrence Weekly invite job seekers and those looking to advance their careers to a special town hall meeting on Thursday, June 2, 2016 from 6 p.m. to 8 p.m. at the Clark County Government Center, 500 S. Grand Central Pkwy, Las Vegas, 89155, to learn more about becoming a police or corrections officer.
“The Las Vegas Metropolitan Police Department (LVMPD) is hiring hundreds of officers,” said Clark County Commissioner Lawrence Weekly, District D. “These careers offer a competitive salary, great benefits and opportunity for advancement. As always, we want our police force to reflect the rich diversity in our community. I encourage anyone with an interest to join us for this town hall meeting to find out how we can help you navigate the process.”
Candidates are encouraged to complete an application at www.nvcareercenter.org/jobs and look for the job title: “Metro Police Interest Application.”
Candidates must be a high school graduate or possess a G.E.D (General Educational Development) certificate, and cannot have been convicted of a felony crime, two DUIs or domestic violence or domestic assault. All applicants will be required to pass a pre-employment drug test. Other entry level requirements including citizenship, age, driving history, financial history, and truthfulness/character issues and tattoos and/or branding or jewelry which would be exposed or visible while on duty will be measured during the selection process.
For more information on training opportunities, contact Workforce Connections’ LeRoy Bilal at (702) 636-2343 or email@example.com , or Nevada Partners’ Raven Green at (702) 924-2101 and Dyan Webb at (702) 924-2119.
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About Workforce Connections
Workforce Connections’ mission is to connect employers to a ready workforce. The passing of the Workforce Innovation and Opportunity Act (WIOA) on July 22, 2014 provides opportunity for reforms to ensure the One-Stop Delivery System (also known as the American Job Center System) is job-driven, responding to the needs of employers and preparing workers for jobs that are available now and in the future. For more information, visit: www.nvworkforceconnections.org and www.doleta.gov/wioa.