Are you ready to take the next step in becoming a Port of Entry (POE) Officer?
Hiring Pay Rate
Anticipated to be $3,813 per month at the time of hire.
The State of Colorado offers permanent employees a variety of benefits including medical, dental, life and disability insurance, as well as a comprehensive leave program. More information can be found by visiting https://dhr.colorado.gov/state-employees/state-of-colorado-employee-benefits.
- State of Colorado residency is required at time of application AND possession of a valid State of Colorado Driver’s license.
- 18 years of age or older
- High School Diploma or GED
- Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor’s Degree (not required)
- Good oral and written communication skills
- Ability to follow instructions and be receptive to training
- Excellent customer service skills
- Ability to operate computer systems
- Ability to multi-task
Conditions of Employment
- Ability to attend and successfully complete the CSP Port of Entry Academy.
- Applicants must be able to effectively communicate fluently in English verbally and in writing.
- Applicants must be able to meet and maintain the Colorado State Patrol Port of Entry grooming standards upon employment; at time of appointment, which includes body markings, body modifications, jewelry, piercings, cosmetics, and hair.
- Applicants must meet the standards of the Colorado State Patrol Drug-free Workplace Policy including passing a drug screen.
- Applicants must be available to work 24/7 as needed. This includes weekends, holidays, rotating shifts, and must be able to work in all weather conditions.
- Applicants must be willing to be able to successfully complete a background investigation, a polygraph exam, and a drug screen.
- The background investigation is based on the following criteria, including but not limited to: driving history, criminal behavior/history, alcohol use/behavior, drug use/behavior and integrity.
- If you omit any material fact on your application, testing materials, or during the background interview or polygraph, you may be disqualified.
- If any disqualifying information is discovered at any stage of the selection process, you may be removed from consideration.
- If you fail to follow instructions during the background investigation or polygraph interview, you may be removed from the process.