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Lateral / Certified / Certifiable Police Officer
City of Longmont ColoradoLongmont, CO
Defensive Tactics, K9 Officer, SWAT, Negotiations, Drone Operator, K9 decoy, etc. Resource Officers, Traffic, Gang Unit, Training and Personnel, Driving Instructor, Range Officer.
Security Resource Officer
Purdue Polytechnic High School of Indianapolis IncIndianapolis, IN
60 hours of school resource officer training and certified Indiana School Safety Specialist Academy preferred. Must be a certified law enforcement officer in the state of Indiana.
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Officer, Chief Human Resources
Catholic Health ServicesFort Lauderdale, FL
The CHRO is strategic in nature and works to incorporate leadership and organizational development strategies that are supported by CHS. The Chief Human Resource Officer is a team player who is open to a culture of team effort, and is willing to tackle issues through cooperation.
$150 - $200
Chief Human Resources Officer
Society of Hispanic Human Resource ProfessionalsPalatine, IL
CHIEF HUMAN RESOURCES OFFICER Harper College is seeking an experienced professional for the Chief Human Resources Officer position. The successful candidate will direct, develop and lead human resource functions including talent acquisition, professional development, employee and labor relations, 504/ADA Compliance, policy and procedure development and implementation, performance management, internal communications, management of the Oracle Fusion Human Resource System, compensation administration, benefits administration including SURS/pension, organizational development, and employee assistance program.
$200 - $250
Community Resource Officer, Patrol / Communication - Day Shift
Swarthmore CollegeSwarthmore, PA
Criminal Investigation FunctionThe Patrol Officer is required to become involved in preliminary, supplementary, and miscellaneous investigations which are necessary to solve crimes, apprehend criminals, provide victim/witness assistance and prepare case documentation.
Police Officer
City of Fort LuptonFort Lupton, CO
May serve in the public schools as a School Resource Officer. May serve as a field-training officer, acting field supervisor, or police-training instructor. Colorado P.O.S.T. (Peace Officer Standards and Testing) certification.
$66,560 - $95,160 a year Full-time
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10 Reasons HR is Important to an Organization

"Nothing we do is more important than hiring and developing people."

Public Safety Officer
Village of AshwaubenonAshwaubenon, WI
Career advancement opportunities include Investigator, School Resource Officer, Drug Task Force, SWAT, K9, Mobile Field Force, instructor, and supervisory positions. Public Safety Officer (PSO) Position Description.
Police Officer
Town of ErieErie, CO
At advanced levels, may be assigned as a Field Training Officer, DARE Officer, School Resource Officer, Detective, Drug Task Force Member, SWAT Team or other specialty assignment.
Police Officer
City of New BerlinNew Berlin, WI
Upon completion of the probationary period, officers become eligible for specialty assignments to include investigations, tactical enforcement, instructor certifications, canine handler, school resource officer and community service assignments, to name a few.
Police Patrolman Register
City of OttawaOttawa, IL
Career Advancement Opportunities Including: K-9 Handler, Detective, School Resource Officer, Firearms Instructor, Taser Instructor, Field Training Officer, and many more. Police Officer Minimum Requirements: High school diploma or equivalent (GED) United States citizen Valid driver’s license Must be 21 years of age or any person who is 20 years of age and who has successfully completed 2 years of law enforcement studies at an accredited college or university and must not have reached your 35th birthday as of November 16, 2022.
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7 Importances of Organizational Culture and How to Build It

The world of work has drastically changed in the past few years. Where a good salary and a nice office might have been enough to attract talent in the past, employees today expect flexibility, growth opportunities, and a healthy work environment. In fact, 77% of applicants say they’d consider a company’s culture before applying for a job. 

Chief Human Resources Officer
Society of Hispanic Human Resource ProfessionalsNew York, NY
Reporting to the Chief Administrative Officer (CAO), the Chief Human Resources Officer (CHRO) will design a strategy for human resource operations, partnering closely with the Executive Team, their own department, and office leaders to implement the strategy throughout the organization.
Clinical Resource Nurse (N3)
Winnipeg Regional Health AuthorityWinnipeg, MB, Canada
Position OverviewUnder the general supervision of, and in collaboration with the Chief Nursing Officer, and while demonstrating a commitment to the Mission, Values and Management philosophy of the Misericordia Health Centre, the Clinical Resource Nurse (CRN) is responsible for providing clinical expertise to clinical team members.
$39.927 - $41.273
BRM Instructor
NES AssociatesVirginia Beach, VA
This comprehensive knowledge requirement may be attained through various career paths but shall include a combination of Navy Surface Warfare Officer (SWO) experience (surface command experience preferred), a current senior level Merchant Marine Unlimited Deck License (Master Unlimited/Oceans preferred), and sailing experience on MSC or other US flagged commercial ships of comparable tonnage and routes to the ships being trained.
Internal Investigator And Audit Officer
PactPort Royal, VA
Experienced with automated financial reporting and Enterprise Resource Planning systems and applications (Serenic Navigator, Adaptive Insights, etc.) The Internal Investigations and Audit Officer will have a dual role and report to both the Office of Ethics & Compliance and Internal Audit.
Intern
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Collaborative Recruiting: The Key to a Better Talent Acquisition Strategy

Talent acquisition is a multi-stage process where candidates undergo various application steps before getting hired. The unfortunate reality is that it is a labor-intense system, with the hiring manager and recruiter often handling all of the work on their own. Ask any one of them, and you will hear about the overabundance of applications and the demanding task of filtering through them to find the best candidates. The quality of talent suffers under the weight of all that work on one person's hands. It's not easy, but as many companies are starting to realize, there is a better way. The future of talent acquisition lies in collaborative recruiting!

Police Officer - Experienced (Lateral)
City of KirklandKirkland, WA
Assignments may include but are not limited to Patrol, Investigations, Traffic, Training, Neighborhood Resource Officer, School Resource Officer, Pro-Act Unit, and K-9 after at least 12 months in patrol.

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