Police Officer

Performs Law Enforcement/Public Safety duties by maintaining order, responding to emergencies, protecting people and property within the Reservation and Colony; enforcing motor vehicle and criminal laws within Tribal codes and Nevada Revised Statues when appropriate; promoting good community relations.  If coming from reciprocity state or approved federal program as an equivalent to a Nevada Category I peace officer there are eligibility requirements that will need to be met.  Maintain a working relationship with city, county, state and federal allied agencies. Must have a High School Diploma or GED equivalent, must meet the requirements as set forth in 25 CFR. Must be 21 years of age at the time of hire.  Must have no convictions of any crime for which registration in the State of Nevada is required pursuant to NRS 179C.100. All candidates will be required to undergo a full background investigation which will include: An inquiry to the Dpt. of Motor Vehicles and the appropriate entity in each other state in which the person is known to have resided regarding any driver’s licenses the person has held and the driving record of the person; a financial history of the person; the educational background of the person; the history of any military service of the person; a history of each physical address where the person has resided; a drug screening test; a psychological evaluation; and the use of a lie detector as defined for a peace officer being appointed as a category I, category II or reserve peace officer.  Must pass a pre-employment and on-going random drug testing, employees authorized to drive employer vehicle must possess a current valid Nevada driver’s license and acceptable driving record as determined by the Tribe’s insurance company. Preference given to qualified Tribal and Indian applicants in accordance with 25 CFR. Pays $23.16 – $27.65 hourly. Closes September 18, 2020 at 5:00 pm. To apply please go to www.fpst.org for application.