By: Bryan Boggiano
The Coral Springs Police Department is looking for individuals interested in part-time work and internships.
Parking Enforcement Specialist
The first position is for a part-time parking enforcement specialist. According to the job description, the position’s main responsibilities include enforcing parking rules and issuing citations, assisting citizens with locked vehicles, and directing traffic.
Applicants should have at least two years of experience, complete a parking enforcement specialist program and receive certification to write and issue tickets.
The salary is $16.50 per hour.
College students have the opportunity to intern with the police department for Fall 2021 and earn credits.
The paid internship runs from August 23 through December 3 and helps students gain experience in their fields of study.
Junior and senior-year students are encouraged to apply, as are graduate students and students who graduated no more than 12 months before the internship’s start.
According to the job description, interns will explore multiple units, including crime prevention, patrol, crime scene investigations, criminal records, and more. Interns will have the opportunity to shadow and contribute to the unit that they are most interested in.
Undergraduate students will earn $15/hour, while graduate students will earn $18/hour.
Applicants should have a minimum 2.5 GPA, provide transcripts, give relevant information to the department about their college’s credit policies if they plan on earning college credits, and provide transcripts.
Coral Springs Police is both state and nationally accredited. They have 221 police officers and 99 civilian members.
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