Starting annual salary is $46,737.60 - $77,126.40 per year commensurate with experience. Pay range 81-03 This is a non-represented position. Pay on appointment for current or former state employees may vary and will be based on transaction type and the provisions of the State Compensation Plan. A 12 month probationary period is required.
Appointment to this position will be subject to your ability to meet and maintain the physical and other requirements of this position. You will be required to submit to physical fitness testing, and a valid State of Wisconsin Driver's License that meets Risk Management standards is required upon/throughout employment. Law Enforcement Credentials are required upon/throughout employment.
See "Special Notes" section below for a full list of requirements.
This primary responsibility of this position is to manage all aspects of the process by which Recruit Conservation Wardens are trained in the basic law enforcement academy (minimum standards training). This encompasses 720 hours of training recognized and regulated by the State of Wisconsin Department of Justice. This position represents the Department of Natural Resources Bureau of Law Enforcement management in its interaction with public and private organizations and advises the Recruit Training Supervisor for the Bureau of Law Enforcement on policy and operational issues.
This position will require at least four (4) months of Monday-Friday travel to Fort McCoy each year, plus additional post-academy travel along with regular travel throughout the state for employment activities, conducting and coordinating training, attending meetings, training sessions and conferences, and to conduct field enforcement activities is required. Occasional travel out of state is required to attend meetings, instructional sessions and training conferences managing the recruit academy.
Applicants must meet and maintain these minimum qualifications and standards: 1) be at least 21 years of age; 2) have NO unpardoned felony or domestic violence convictions; 3) Must meet Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board certification requirements as a law enforcement officer or eligible for certification through State of Wisconsin Department of Justice reciprocity testing procedures; 4) and possess or be eligible to obtain a valid Wisconsin driver’s license that meets Risk Management standards; 5) must have acquired three (3) years of full-time or at least 6,000 hours occupational experience as a certified law enforcement officer.
Questions related to Law Enforcement eligibility and reciprocity should be directed to Conservation Warden Supervisor, David Holmes at 608-697-1240.
Minimally qualified applicants will have training, education and/or experience with the following:
Must meet Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board certification requirements as a law enforcement officer or eligible for certification through State of Wisconsin Department of Justice reciprocity; and possess or be eligible to obtain a valid Wisconsin driver’s license that meets Risk Management standards; must have acquired three (3) years of full-time or at least 6,000 hours occupational experience as a certified law enforcement officer.
Developing, conducting and implementing training programs
Law Enforcement tactics, practices and training methods
Well qualified candidates will have training, education and/or experience with the following:
Adult learning theories and methods to provide training
Program and training assessment and evaluation and improvement
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Questions related to Law Enforcement eligibility and reciprocity should be directed to David Holmes at 608-697-1240.
Your submission will be evaluated by one or more job experts. Most qualified candidates who are deemed eligible will be invited to participate in the next step of the selection process where vacancies exist. Please address questions regarding the application process to the HR contact above.
Deadline to apply is at 11:59 p.m (CST) on April 2,2017. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.