21 North Main St Monroeville OH 44847 419-465-2922 or 419-465-4443
Village of Monroeville

Employment

Welcome To Monroeville

The Village of Monroeville is an equal-opportunity employer. The Equal Employment Opportunity Labor Poster can be viewed in the Available Documents section of this page.

Job applications can be downloaded from the Available Documents section of this page. If there is a job posting for the Village of Monroeville, it will be listed on this page. Completed applications and/or job resumes can be submitted via mail, drop-off, or, e-mail (please see our contact information below). If you would like to submit an application and/or job resume to the Monroeville Police Department, please contact them at 419-465-2474. 

Village of Monroeville

21 N Main St. ~ P.O. Box 156  Monroeville, OH. 44847

Ph: 419-465-2922

Fax: 419-465-2259

Email: VillageAdm@MonroevilleOhio.com

Available Documents

Equal Employment Opportunity Labor Poster
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Application for Employment
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Chief of Police Job Description
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Chief of Police Job Posting

Job Posting

The Village of Monroeville, Huron County, Ohio, is seeking a qualified professional for the position of Chief of Police. Monroeville has a population of approximately 1,300. It is a close-knit community with several large companies including Berry Global, Underground Utilities, and Janotta & Herner.

Monroeville strongly embraces its public and parochial schools. In the past few years, a sports complex, new parks, a new track and field complex, and baseball/softball fields have been constructed.

The successful candidate will be a “working” Chief in that they will be required to perform the duties of a patrol officer. For example, they may be required to perform road and foot patrols, business checks, traffic stops, and respond to calls in all types of weather and conditions.

The Monroeville Police Department staff consists of a Chief, one Lieutenant, three full-time officers, and seven part-time officers. The department employs state of the art equipment and has a working budget of approximately $673,000.

Minimum qualifications for this position are as follows:

  • Be a current certified police officer through the Ohio Peace Officers Training Academy and current on all CPT (Continued Professional Training) required training.
  • Have a minimum of 10 years of full-time law enforcement experience, with at least 4 years in a supervisory role.
  • Be knowledgeable in police procedures, equipment, investigative methods, current laws and court opinions.
  • Must be able to communicate effectively verbally and in written form and prepare meaningful, concise, and accurate reports.
  • Must have practical experience working with government budgets, grants, purchasing procedures, and scheduling.
  • Pass an extensive background check.

The current pay range for this position is $62,400 to $93,600, commensurate with training and experience.  The Village of Monroeville provides an excellent benefits package and is an Equal Opportunity Employer. A complete job description can be found at the Village of Monroeville web site at www.MonroevilleOhio.com

Applicants must complete an application that can be found at the Monroeville Police Department’s website, www.MonroevillePolice.com. Complete the application and attach a cover letter and resume. Mail the documents to Mayor Joseph Galea, 21 North Main Street, P.O. Box 156, Monroeville, OH. 44847; or email to Mayor@MonroevilleOhio.com,  by June 24, 2024. 

 

 

 

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