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Posted on: February 2, 2018

[ARCHIVED] Civil Service Commission: Special Recruitment

Due to projected vacancies, the City is looking to recruit qualified community members to serve out two of the three remaining terms of the Civil Service Commission.

The commission administers a Civil Service System for certain full-time Police Department employees.  Civil service state laws help assure that law enforcement officers are recruited through open competition, hired and promoted on the basis of merit, and are demoted, suspended, removed from office, or discharged only for cause.

Members must be a citizen of the United States, resident of the City of Issaquah for at least three years and a registered voter of King County.  Members serve without compensation.

For more information about the commission, see IMC 2.68 and Civil Service Rules and Regulations

Applications submitted prior to Feb. 19 will have first consideration.  Following a screening/interview process, appointments are anticipated to be made by the Mayor and confirmed by the City Council Mar. 5. Unless otherwise determined, terms would be effective immediately. 

To apply, go to

Questions? Contact the City Clerk’s Office via email or at 425-837-3000.

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