The Campton, NH Police Department is accepting applications for a Full-Time Police Officer to fill an immediate position.
Candidates must pass a physical agility test, oral board, psychological exam, and medical physical, as well as an extensive background investigation.
Applicants must be a US citizen, 21 years of age prior to receiving a conditional offer of employment, and must possess a High School diploma or GED equivalent. Military service and/or a college degree is desirable, but not required.
The annual base range is $44,200 to $50,830 with a benefits package to include 13 paid holidays, vacation leave, accrued sick leave, personal leave and enrollment in the NH Retirement System. Employees are offered a choice of health insurance plans with either 93% or 85% of the monthly premium covered by the Town. Employees who are covered by another health insurance plan receive an additional $5,100 annually.
The starting pay is negotiable based on experience level. The police department is currently comprised of 7 full-time officers. Officers work rotating shifts and provide 24 hour coverage to approximately 3,300 full-time residents with an increase of population during tourist seasons.
Interested candidates are to send a cover letter and resume to Campton Police Department, PO Box 127, Campton, NH 03223, Attention: Chief Christopher Warn. If you have any questions, you can contact Ms. Janet Woolfenden, Secretary to the Chief of Police, or Lt. Payer at (603) 726-8874 or by email at firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com. EOE/AA. ... See MoreSee Less
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UPDATE on roads...The town is still without power in most areas and we have not received notice of when that will change. A shelter has been opened at the Campton Elementary School and all are welcome. NH Route 49 has been reopened next to the Campton Dam and Route 175 between Route 49 and Blair Road is clear. Route 175 from Blair Road to the Holderness Town Line is littered with downed trees on power lines so please seek another route. Beech Hill Road at the Bog Pond Dam is closed as well. Brayman Road, Cook Hill Road, Chandler Hill Road are all closed. If you must head out, please do so cautiously. ... See MoreSee Less