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Posted on: June 29, 2018

[ARCHIVED] New, Continuous Hiring Process Now Open for Police Officer Positions

Eugene Police is doing a continuous hiring process for police officers and the post opens today! Once a small pool of qualified candidates is obtained, the testing will be Saturday, July 28, with expected hire dates this fall, 2018. Applications will be accepted on a continual basis. Police hiring process will be held every other month. Interested applicants can apply online at, where there is a link.

Would you be interested? If you are someone who can perform multiple tasks with ease, you are calm under pressure, you are a good communicator and you care about people, you may have the skills necessary to be a good police officer. The Eugene Police Department is currently seeking qualified applicants for police officer now! Eugene Police officers come from various backgrounds, life experiences and prior vocations. Whether you are a recent college graduate, military veteran, or are simply looking for a challenging and rewarding new career, you may be the police officer we are looking for.

Being a Eugene police officer is an amazing responsibility, honor, and privilege. You are a guardian of your community’s safety. Eugene Police officers have many paths open to them as they serve: special training, ad-hoc teams, such a Major Collision Investigation, SWAT, Metro Explosives, Crisis Negotiator; and other special assignments and teams such a detectives, Traffic Enforcement Unit, K-9 and Patrol.

If you have ever been interested in an exciting and rewarding career in law enforcement, you are invited to explore, ask questions and perhaps schedule a ride-along.

The current salary range for a Eugene police officer is $60,528 - $77,168 per year, with a comprehensive benefits package. Note: the salary will increase after cost of living adjustments July 1, 2018.

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