Employment Opportunities

Town of Springdale Employment Application

Police Officer

The Springdale Police Department is seeking a full-time Police Officer.  Qualified applicants must have a high school diploma or G.E.D., POST certification, and have at least two (2) years of law enforcement experience.  This position will participate in regular day/swing/night schedule rotation including weekends and holidays.



Summary

This position performs a variety of working level professional law enforcement duties related to delivering day-to-day public safety and policing functions of the Town of Springdale Police Department.  Duties include enforcing laws, maintaining peace and security, and rendering aid to residents and visitors.  The Police Officer will perform police operations including patrol, crime prevention, investigations, traffic, community-oriented policing, and community relations.  The Police Officer works under the supervision and direction of the Police Sergeant and Police Lieutenant.

Compensation
Competitive compensation is consistent with training and experience.  Anticipated hiring range is $22.85 - $40.17/hour ($47,528.00 - $83,553.60/year) DOE.  A comprehensive benefits package including membership in the Utah Retirement System is offered.  Additional benefits include 100% Town-paid premium for family health insurance, generous annual HSA contribution, life insurance, safety incentive program, and wellness sick-leave buyback program.    

Application Process
Interested applicants should submit a Town employment application, resume, and cover letter to Dawn Brecke, Town of Springdale Human Resources, 118 Lion Blvd., P.O. Box 187, Springdale, UT 84767 or email dbrecke@springdale.utah.gov.  Position will remain open until filled.  First review of applicants will be Thursday, June 2, 2022.  Applications are available on the Town’s website.  

Full job description for the Police Officer position is below. The description includes essential function and minimum requirements of the position. 

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE POLICE OFFICER JOB DESCRIPTION




Parking Enforcement Operator


The Town of Springdale is seeking a full-time Parking Enforcement Operator to work in the Springdale Police Department.  Qualified applicants must be 18 years or older, have graduated from high school or have a G.E.D., and have two year’s work experience.  The Parking Enforcement Operator acts as an ambassador to Springdale, including disseminating appropriate information to tourists and residents.  Qualified applicants must possess a valid Utah driver’s license and be available to work a variety of shifts, including weekends and holidays.

Summary:
This position performs duties including patrolling Town streets and citing illegally parked vehicles, monitoring and maintaining parking kiosks, and assisting residents with parking permits.  The Parking Enforcement Operator works under the supervision and direction of the Town of Springdale Police Lieutenant or Sergeant. 

Anticipated hiring range is:
Competitive compensation, consistent with training and experience, is offered.  Anticipated hiring range is $19.01/hour – 23.54/hour ($39,541 - $48,963/year) including a comprehensive benefits package. 

Application Process: 

Interested applicants should submit a Town employment application, resume, and cover letter to Dawn Brecke, Town of Springdale Human Resources, 118 Lion Blvd., P.O. Box 187, Springdale, UT 84767.  Email: dbrecke@springdale.utah.gov.  Position will remain open until filled.  First review of applicants will be Wednesday, May 18, 2022.  Applications are available above. 

Job descriptions for Parking Enforcement Operator, below. The descriptions include essential functions and minimum requirements of the positions. 

CLICK HERE TO VIEW THE PARKING ENFORCEMENT OFFICER POSTION

Equal Opportunity

The Town of Springdale is an equal opportunity employer and an alcohol and drug-free work
place. The successful applicant will be required to submit to pre-hire drug testing and physical,
and be a rated qualified driver after review of applicant’s MVR per town policies.