Hubbard seeks to add two police officers

HUBBARD — The Hubbard Police Department hopes soon to add two full-time patrol officers.

The department will host a competitive exam next month for individuals interested in becoming a police officer.

“Currently, our department has two full-time openings for a patrol position, which is why we feel it is important to host this two-part, civil service exam. It is our priority to find officers who not only are physically able to perform the duties of the job, but also are able to exercise sound judgement,” said Hubbard police Chief Robert Thompson.

To be considered, interested applicants must pick up an application from the mayor’s office, 220 W. Liberty St., or download an application from the city’s website at www.cityofhubbard-oh.gov/civil-service-commision/applications.

The deadline to return completed applications is 4 p.m. March 2. Applications may be returned to the mayor’s office or by e-mail to d.madeline@city ofhubbard-oh.gov.

The physical agility test will be given 8 to 10 a.m. March 7 at Youngstown State University’s Watson and Tressel Training Site, 651 Elm St., Youngstown. Candidates must pass the physical agility test in order to qualify and take the civil service examination. The civil service examination will be given at 6 p.m. March 11 at the Hubbard Municipal Building’s Senior Center, 220 W. Liberty St.



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