Town of Angier, North Carolina
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...during the evenings, weekends and on holidays, please call 910.893.9111. This is to ensure a prompt response. Thank you.

Two Staff Vacancies within the Angier Police Department

The Angier Police Department currently has two vacancies - Two full-time officers.

Qualified Patrol Officer 1 candidates must perform protective service work in accordance with established police methods and departmental practices and procedures. Must have the ability to follow written and oral instructions and to act with sound judgment. Applicant must be at least 21 years of age, have a high school education or equivalent, possess a Basic Law Enforcement Certificate issued by the State of NC, and meet the certificate qualifications issued by the NC Criminal Justice Training & Standards Selected applicant will be required to work rotating shifts, complete a background investigation, and pass a physical exam including a drug~screening and psychological test...Starting salary of $ 33,815, DOQ plus excellent benefits. The Town of Angier's Application for Employment may be downloaded - See hyperlink on this page. Submit applications either in person to the Human Resources Clerk, Town of Angier, 55 N. Broad St. W., Angier NC 27501, via e~mail to or mail to: The Town of Angier Police Department, PO Box 278, Angier NC 27501~0278. The Town of Angier is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action/Drug~Free Employer.

This post will run until both full-time vacancies have been filled.

Posted: May 11, 2016

May 11, 2016

Many of The Town of Angier residents have reported receiving fraudulent calls from scammers who are posing as Internal Revenue Service (IRS) agents. The callers may threaten the unsuspecting victim -- telling him or her that they are being sued by the IRS. Do not fall victim. Jot their phone number down, hang up, and contact your local law enforcement agency.

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