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  • Driver, Non-CDL - Rockford, ILBrink's, Incorporated(Rockford, Illinois)

    Job ID: 7078 Position Description: Driver – Messenger Have you ever seen an armored truck, and thought about the importance of the team that is responsible for the truck and its contents? It requires a special person to be able serve on an armored vehicle crew, delivering and picking up valuables at customer locations and ensuring smooth customer transactions. The messenger and driver positions re...
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    Posted Tue 12th August

  • Law Enforcement TelecommunicatorSheriff Dept, Steph Cty(Rockford, Illinois)

    Law Enforcement Telecommunicator The Stephenson County Sheriff's Office is accepting applications for the position of telecommunicator. Requirements: HS diploma, Computer skills, Communication skills, Ability to multi-task. Must pass written exam, listening skills test and a back ground investigation. Starting salary $30,660 plus benefits for full-time positions. PT positions may be available at 1...
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    Posted Sun 3rd August

  • Military Police - Police OfficerArmy National Guard(Rockford, Illinois)

    Looking for a law enforcement career? The Army National Guard is looking for dedicated team members to serve their community, state, and nation as Military Police (MPs). MPs support battlefield operations through circulation control, providing area security, conducting prisoner of war operations, supervising civilian internee operations, and carrying out law and order operations. MPs also support ...
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    Posted Mon 18th August

Rockford Job Search Tip

Police officers and detectives have some of the most dangerous jobs as they risk their lives every day for the protection of the people in their community. Most small communities have small starting salaries for police officers, but they may also be smaller crime rate areas. Most officers compete for higher paying jobs or jobs with State and Federal agencies. Those who work in high-crime areas may make more money, but there is less competition for those jobs.

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