P.O. Box 780603, Wichita, KS, 67278

City of Kiowa, KS – Chief of Police

Position Title:

Chief of Police

Agency:

City of Kiowa, KS

Position Type:

Commissioned Law Enforcement Position

Introduction Statement:

Kiowa, Kansas (pop. 964; $3.2 million budget; 13 FTE’s), is a friendly, close-knit community located ninety miles southwest of Wichita. The city is seeking a Chief of Police to maintain our safe and community-oriented City plus good relations with citizens.
The City operates under a six-member Mayor-Council form of government, and manages electric, water, and wastewater utilities; provides solid waste disposal and recycling service; operates a library; and police department. The police chief supervises all law enforcement activities; is responsible for the enforcement of all applicable laws and ordinances. A history of administrative duties, supervisory positions, budgeting, and policy making is preferred.
The governing body is looking for candidates who can showcase a history of professionalism and a strong work ethic. Must possess excellent public relations and personnel management skills. Applicants should have an associate degree in criminal justice or a related field, a Bachelors is preferred. At least five years of law enforcement experience is required (10 years preferred). No history of Brady/Giglio background will be considered.
Competitive benefits, including 100% payment of health insurance premiums and deductible. Salary $45,000-$48,000 DOE. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and three professional references to cityadmin@kiowaks.org or 618 Main St, Kiowa, KS, 67070. If confidentiality is requested, please note in application materials. Application review will begin December 9. EOE.

Hours:

Full Time


Salary:

$45,000-$48,000 DOE

Minimum Qualifications:

5 years (10 preferred)

Information for Obtaining an Application:

Submit Cover Letter, Resume, and Three (3) Letters of Reference

Closing Date:

12/15/2019

Box 780603, Wichita, KS, 67278
(316) 733-7300
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