Posted April 6, 2013
The Randolph Township Police Department (Morris County) is currently
accepting resumes for the position of patrol officer.
Applicants must possess PTC certification.
Resumes will be accepted Monday - Friday from 7:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.
through April 12, 2013 at police headquarters, 502 Millbrook Avenue in
Upon review, qualified individuals will be contacted via mail to
complete an application package. Randolph is an Equal Opportunity
Township ordinance states that:
No person shall be appointed to the police
department who is not qualified as provided in the New Jersey
statutes and revised ordinances of the Township of Randolph; and
Successful completion of a physical, mental
and/or psychological examination if so required by the township
manager. The physical shall include an urinalysis conducted in
accordance with the standards and procedures as promulgated in the
directive of the Attorney General of the State of New Jersey which
test shall have not produced a confirmed positive test result
indicating unlawful drug use; and
Appointments shall be considered probationary
for a period of one year. During the probationary period, the
officer shall be an “at will” employee subject to termination by the
township manager based upon a determination by the police chief that
the probationary officer’s performance falls below acceptable
The salary guide and benefits for new hires shall
be defined by a collective bargaining agreement currently undergoing a
Preferences for employment consideration
Eligible applicants who are currently employed
by a New Jersey law enforcement agency or possess a valid New Jersey
Police Training Commission certification as a police officer;
Eligible residents of Randolph Township;
Eligible minority and female applicants are
encouraged to apply.
Questions may be directed to the Office of the
Chief of Police.