CHIEF OF POLICE (part-time)
The Cleveland Police Department provides law enforcement services to the Village of Cleveland but also assists its surrounding communities. As a municipality of Manitowoc County, the Village of Cleveland Police Department communicates and coordinates with the Manitowoc County Sheriff’s Office. The Chief of Police ensures that all statutes and local ordinances are enforced. The Chief will also be responsible for management of Police Department operations, such as scheduling and delegating duties. All programs and activities of the Police Department shall be under the direction and guidance of the Chief.
The Police Chief is appointed by the Village Board of Cleveland and is encouraged to attend monthly Board meetings. In addition, the Chief works collaboratively with the Human Resources and Public Safety Committee and the Village Board on departmental policy. Due to the size of the Village of Cleveland, the Police Chief is expected to engage with citizens and be present at community events when possible. The Chief will need to meet with community members in formal and informal settings.
The Village of Cleveland is seeking a candidate of unquestionable integrity that will lead by example and be engaged in the community. The Chief must be accountable and hold others accountable with adherence to Village policies and procedures. The ideal candidate must have strong communication skills and be comfortable with community policing.
The Police Chief will also be responsible for ensuring that the Police Department helps fulfill the Village of Cleveland Vision Statement:
The Village of Cleveland strives to maintain its small-town charm with a sustainable economy and a premium quality of life in a healthy and thriving environment.
Candidates for Police Chief should have a minimum of 7 years of progressively responsible experience in sworn law enforcement positions demonstrating leadership qualities. Completion of a law enforcement academy program or bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice, Police Administration or closely related field is required. All applicants will be considered on a case-by-case basis to evaluate experience, training, and education qualifications.
The rate of pay for the Chief of Police is $30/hr – $40/hr, ±DOQ, with a targeted schedule of 1080 hours in a 12-month period. Interested candidates may contact Human Resources and Public Safety Committee Chair Andy Williams at firstname.lastname@example.org. This recruitment will remain open until the position is filled, with first review of applications on November 6, 2023.
Full-time opening for Deputy Clerk-Treasurer. Duties include customer service, accounts payable/receivable, monthly and annual accounting, property tax collection, elections, licensing, human resources assistance, and minutes preparation.
Minimum four (4) year degree in accounting, finance, business administration or related field preferred, plus experience working with the public; or municipal office experience with MTAW or WMCA credentials or ability to obtain same within three years of employment. Proficiency managing deadlines, commitment to public service, ability to effectively listen and respond, and an aptitude for learning. Strong skills with Microsoft software, oral and written communication in English, and grammar/proofreading. Night meetings and extended hours at elections. Bondable with valid Wisconsin driver’s license.
Position open until filled.
Start/end times flexible, 40 hours/wk, Monday-Friday. Minimum $22.00/hr; offered rate based on qualifications. Health insurance, Wis Retirement System, other benefits.
Job description at www.clevelandwi.gov. Send cover letter and resumé to email@example.com (Deputy Clerk-Treasurer in subject line); or by mail or drop off to Employment, Village Hall, 1150 W. Washington Ave., PO Box 87, Cleveland WI 53015. EOE
Last update: 11/26/23 4:00pm