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Departmental Technician

Departmental Technician working at a desk.

Departmental Technician

What is a Departmental Technician?

Departmental technicians work in many areas of the department and perform a variety of assignments in support of departmental programs and services. Depending on the bureau or division, the technician may conduct feasibility studies, work with criminal intelligence data, read and evaluate documents and processes, compile crime statistics, or monitor financial data. All of the work performed by the Departmental Technician is done to assist the Department and other law enforcement agencies in their mission to provide effective public safety.

Minimum Requirements:

  • Must be at least 18 years of age. 
  • Possession of a high school diploma or a GED Certificate.
  • One year experience performing experienced-level administrative support activities.

Selection Requirements:

  • If an applicant meets the minimum qualifications, they may be invited to participate in a hiring interview designed to assess specific competencies necessary to perform the duties of the position. The hiring interview will be based on the Michigan Department of Civil Service validated job assessment for the position.
  • Selected candidates will be given a conditional offer of employment, pending the successful completion of a criminal background check and a drug screening test.

How to Apply:

Click on the position you are interested in and view the job description. Click on 'Apply' and follow the instructions. You will be required to create an account if you do not have one.
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