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Property & Supply Technician (Full Time) Employment Information

 

We ARE currently accepting applications for this position.

 

The Raytown Police Department offers great pay and benefits. The salary range for this position is $20.43, which includes nine paid holidays and three personal days, plus a $1500 hiring incentive. Additional benefits include overtime pay, vacation pay, holiday pay, sick leave, life insurance, disability, health and dental insurance plans and pension plan.

The Raytown Police Department’s Property and Supply Unit is responsible for the management of acquiring supplies, distributing supplies, and ensuring the safety and security of evidence and seized property. This unit serves as a support function to the agency to procure necessary operational supplies, issue uniforms and gear, maintain standards for the storage of evidentiary items, facilitate the destruction or disposal of seized property, and maintain accurate reporting and data entry. 


This position requires a high level of attention to detail and the ability to be highly motivated under autonomous conditions. This position is an addition to the unit and must work well with others under potential stressful or demanding conditions. 


While there is a potential for some schedule fluctuation, the normal operating hours are from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm. 
 

The Raytown Police Department applicant screening process consists of the following steps:

 

  • Application Form & Employment Questionnaire (Must be submitted together. CLICK on each to open)

  • Background Investigation

  • C.V.S.A. Examination

  • Oral Board Interview

  • Conditional Offer of Employment

  • Medical Examination

  • Psychological Examination

At the end of the application you will be required to attach the following:

IF YOU CHOOSE NOT TO ATTACH THESE ITEMS WITH THE APPLICATION, YOU WILL HAVE ONE WEEK FROM THE TIME YOU SUBMIT YOUR APPLICATION TO SUBMIT THESE DOCUMENTS. THE APPLICATION WILL BE PUT ON HOLD UNTIL ALL DOCUMENTS ARE RECEIVED.

 

You must be at least 18 years of age and have a high school diploma or GED.

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