Police Chief

Full-time
City of Cypress
10/18/2020

Located in northwestern Orange County, the desirable City of Cypress is recognized for its attractable quality of life and overall small-town charm.  The City spans 6.6 square miles and is home to approximately 50,000 residents and supports a daytime population of 150,000. The Police Chief oversees a department supported by 72.5 full-time staff (56 sworn and 16.5 civilian) and a FY FY2020-21 operating budget of $19.1 million.

The ideal candidate will be an inspiring mentor and leader whose leadership style in grounded in a community oriented policing philosophy. This forward-thinking professional will have a history of working collaboratively with the community and be open-minded about the future of public safety. Qualified candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree and at least five years of broad and increasingly responsible law enforcement experience in a managerial capacity. A Master’s degree is desirable.
Salary range $190,536 - $223,524; placement within the range will be DOQE; salary is supplemented by a competitive benefits package including CalPERS 3% @ 50 for classic members.  This recruitment will close on Sunday, October 18, 2020. Visit www.tbcrecruiting.com for detailed brochure and to apply online.

Teri Black  ●  424.296.3111
Tina White  ●  619.948.1786
www.tbcrecruiting.com


 

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