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Police Officer (Recruit/Trainee)
City Of Scottsdale ArizonaScottsdale, AZ
A Police Officer Lateral is someone who has current Arizona P.O.S.T. Peace Officer Certification.
Intern
Last updated 30+ days ago
Police Analyst Senior (Planning, Research & Accreditation)
City Of Scottsdale ArizonaScottsdale, AZ
Education and Experience: Requires a Bachelor s degree in Criminal Justice, Sociology, Public Administration, Geographical Information Systems (GIS) or related field from an accredited educational institution.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Police Records Manager
City Of Scottsdale ArizonaScottsdale, AZ
Must obtain and maintain ACIC/NCIC terminal operator certification (TOC) within six months of hire or promotion.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Municipal Security Manager
City Of Scottsdale ArizonaScottsdale, AZ
Administers and prepares contract specifications for the procurement and operation of contract security guard services to protect and patrol City facilities and contract maintenance, repair and installation of security cameras and equipment.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Police Aide
City Of Scottsdale ArizonaScottsdale, AZ
About The Position The Police Aide drives alone in a police car and responds to Police dispatch-based calls for service, conducts investigations, and writes reports for a variety of calls not requiring Police Officer presence including, but not limited to, motor vehicle collisions and criminal incidents.
Last updated 30+ days ago
Assistant Restaurant Manager - the Camby Hotel
Davidson Hospitality GroupPhoenix, AZ
Davidson Hospitality Group is an award-winning, full-service hospitality management company overseeing hotels, restaurants, dining and entertainment venues across the US. A trusted partner and preferred operator for Hilton, Hyatt, Kimpton, Marriott, and Margaritaville, Davidson offers a unique entrepreneurial management style and owners’ mentality that provides the individualized personal service of a small company, enhanced by the breadth and depth of skill and experience of a larger company.
Last updated 4 hours ago
Construction Manager
Lennar CorpTempe, AZ
Coordinate with Customer Care Representative on quality and walk-through preparation of the home sites for move-in
Last updated 6 hours ago
Manager, Non - Invasive CardioDiagnostics
Phoenix Children's HospitalTempe, AZ
Recommends and implements approved imaging sequencing protocols, policies, and guidelines; employees policies and procedures, regulatory guidelines, and professional standards to validate current practice requirements and support overall organizational values and mission.
Full-time
Last updated 13 hours ago
Part Time Sales Associate & Full Time Assistant Manager
The French BeePhoenix, AZ
Please have at least 3 years of sales experience in the retail furniture/gift/decor industry.
Full-time/part-time
Last updated 28 days ago
Client Relationship Manager
Morgan StanleyGilbert, AZ
The Client Relationship Manager will also coordinate and assign work to the support staff functions across the group.
Full-time
Last updated 6 hours ago
Retail Assistant Store Manager
Road Runner SportsPhoenix, AZ
· Take pride in our products and educate your customers on all the latest gear (shoes, socks, insoles, apparel, and accessories!)
Full-time
Last updated 28 days ago
Vans Retail Stockroom Assistant Manager (Anthem Outlet)
VFCPhoenix, AZ
Job AdJoin the Vans Family Vans® is the original action sports footwear company, rooted in authenticity and creativity.
Full-time
Last updated 13 hours ago
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