Police Officer; Reynoldsburg Police Department, OH
National Testing Network
The City of Reynoldsburg is continually accepting scores to form an eligible list for current openings for Police Officer positions for 2022. Scores for this eligible list must be sent by January 31, 2022.
Please review the Police Officer applicant packet & hiring standards at www.ci.reynoldsburg.oh.us. Go to “job posting” and follow the directions from there.
Upon passing the NTN exam the Civil Service Commission will email you an application.
You must provide the following documentation at the time of application:
- Birth Certificate OR
- Permanent Residence Card AND Declaration of Intention to Become a U.S. Citizen
If you are claiming credit for any of the selections on page 1 of the application, you must provide the following documentation at the time of application:
- DD214 or LES statement – Military Credit (5% or 2%)
- OPOTA Certificate – OPOTA Certification (4%)
- Diploma or Certified Final Transcript – Bachelor’s Degree (3%)
You have seven days to submit the application and documents. If your documents are not turned in within seven days you will not receive the points for your documentation.
The City of Reynoldsburg does not require a PAT through NTN. PAT testing will be conducted by the City of Reynoldsburg on Wednesday, February 16th, 2022, at 6:00pm pm and Saturday, February 19th, 2022, at 7:30 am.
Salary Information: $62,400.00 – $98,300.80. (5 steps. Caps after 48 months)
Benefit Information: The City of Reynoldsburg offers Police Officers a comprehensive benefits package including medical/prescription coverage, dental, and vision. The City of Reynoldsburg also offers time off including vacation, sick, comp time and holiday pay.
Linda Paugh or Azia Pittman
Civil Service Commission Administrative Assistants
Department Information: Information: The Reynoldsburg Division of Police is comprised of sixty-eight sworn officers that include the Chief, one Deputy Chief, two Lieutenants, nine Sergeants, and fifty-five Officers. The department consists of a Criminal Investigations Unit, a Special Investigations Unit, a K-9 Unit, a Motorcycle Unit, S.W.A.T. and a Community Resource Bureau.
City Information: The City of Reynoldsburg has a population of 36,000 residents and is thirteen square miles. It is located twelve miles east of downtown Columbus. Reynoldsburg is a diverse residential community that offers beautiful green spaces, 275 acres of parkland with numerous sporting fields, walking trails, playgrounds, and picnic areas. The City incorporates three counties: Franklin, Fairfield, and Licking.
Required Skill Set
US Citizen : Yes or have declared your intention of becoming a citizen and possess a valid permanent resident card.
High School Grad/GED : Yes
Valid OHIO State Driver’s License : Yes
Ability to Read/Speak English : Yes
Vision : Eyesight correctable to 20/20
Necessary Certifications : Ohio Police Officer Training Academy certificate or the ability to attend and successfully complete a residential police academy as required for appointment.
Schooling Prior and Post Hiring : High school diploma or G.E.D.
Tattoo Policy : No visible tattoos are permitted on the face, head, neck, or hands. Any visible tattoo must not represent any street, prison, or criminal gang (past or present). No tattoos that would be considered offensive to the public or suggest or depict torture or violence, is gruesome in appearance, suggest or depict sexual activity, use of profanity.
Specific Disqualifiers/Behaviors : To view felony/criminal activity disqualifiers, driving disqualifiers, drug use disqualifiers, or employment disqualifiers see the Police Officer Applicant Packet and Hiring Standards at www.ci.reynoldsburg.oh.us.
How to Apply
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1. Go to https://www.nationaltestingnetwork.com
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4. Schedule a Test at an NTN center or via Virtual Testing
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