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[New Job Vacancy] City Marshal job in City of Pasadena, (Pasadena, TX) – Jobs in Pasadena, TX

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Job Opening details:-
Company Name :-
City of Pasadena
Position Name :-
City Marshal
Company Location :-
Pasadena, TX
Job Category :- GENERAL

Full Job Description :-
Duties:

Executes warrant of arrest and/or serves civil process issued out of the Municipal Court, Office of the City Attorney, City Prosecutor, City Secretary, City Health Officials, Civil Service Commission, or any Municipal entity possessing subpoena power to obtain evidence for court proceedings.
Maintains order in a Municipal courtroom and protects Judges, Prosecuting attorneys, and others from physical violence to ensure courtroom safety and compliance with courtroom procedures.
Transports and books into jail all subjects arrested on City of Pasadena warrants from surrounding agencies to ensure safety to citizens and property. Researches warrants/subjects by accessing City, State, or Federal records to enable disposition of disputed cases or warrants and ensure all pertinent information is correct and available to proceed accordingly.
Makes determination whether or not to incarcerate individuals with class “C” criminal arrest warrants ensuring protection for the public and/or property. Arrest persons observed committing crimes in absence of or with Pasadena Police officers to enforce laws and provide protection to officers.
Enforce all City, State and Federal laws. May be required to make daily runs to the bank and to/from other departments.
Provides appropriate courtroom testimony as subpoenaed and applies proper courtroom techniques, rules of evidence, and procedures to ensure safety of citizens and protect the rights of those accused of crimes. Monitor/Enforce Court Security requirements. Maintains decorum in the courtroom during court proceedings. Remove or restrain unruly subjects out of courtroom.
Maintain Police Officer certification. Understand and follow all legal, oral and written instructions given. Fill out and submit reports. Maintain assigned City vehicle.

Qualifications: High school diploma or GED. Basic law enforcement certification from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Education (TCLEOSE). State of Texas Class “C” or higher Operator License. Thorough knowledge of principles and laws of arrest, Texas Penal Code and Code of Criminal Procedures. Preferred: Bilingual (English/Spanish) desired.
The City of Pasadena offers very generous benefits to all full-time employees. For example:

Employee-only medical insurance starts as low as $15 per month and the most expensive Employee & Family plan is less than $350 per month.
The City has its own medical clinic staffed with a M.D. and two medical assistants. Employees and their covered dependents over the age of 5 can visit the clinic FREE OF CHARGE.
Employees and their covered dependents also have access to Virtual Visits with a medical professional FREE OF CHARGE.
The City offers college tuition reimbursement of up to $3,500 per year.
As an employee, you will contribute a portion of your salary each pay-period towards your retirement and the City will match your contribution by 200%. Example, if you contribute $100, the City will contribute $200.
Civilian employees accumulate vacation at the following rates:

Less than 6 years of service – two weeks of vacation per year.
From 6 to less than 11 years of service – three weeks of vacation per year.
From 11 to less than 21 years of service – four weeks of vacation per year.
From 21 to less than 26 years of service – five weeks of vacation per year.
From 26 years of service and up – six weeks of vacation per year.

 

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