Honest, Fair and Dignified Service
5303 Mesker Street  Weston  Wisconsin  54476 | Phone: 715.359.4202 | Fax: 715.359.4204


Applications for Police Officer are CLOSED


Reason for Announcement: Current Vacancy and eligibility list

We are currently accepting applications to fill an immediate vacancy and establish an eligibility list. Applications will be accepted from FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 1, 2017 to 4pm on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 6, 2017. Applications must be received prior to deadline.

Salary:$63,650.41 - $66,221.88 per year, based on 2017-2019 bargaining agreement

New employees will receive 80% of the patrol officer rate of $30.60 an hour for the first six months, 85% after completion of six months, 90% after completion of one year, 95% after completion of 1 years, and full patrol officer pay rate after 2 years. Applicants with at least three years full-time law enforcement experience may be started at 90% and receive full patrol officer rate after one year.

Benefits:Wisconsin retirement fund; Health insurance including Dental and Optical; Life insurance; Sick leave; Paid holidays - 9; Clothing allowance; Longevity pay; Deferred compensation; Vacation; personal days; wellness days (for not using sick time)

Qualifications:U.S. citizen; Minimum age - 21; Driver license; Good driving record; Good physical condition; High school diploma; 60 college credits; Ability to possess a firearm; No felony convictions; No domestic abuse convictions; Vision correctable to 20/20; Good verbal and written communication skills; React quickly and effectively to stressful situations; Able to work evenings, weekends, and holidays; Knowledge and skills in operating computer systems; Clear and concise speech; Ability to handle several tasks simultaneously; Ability to perform essential functions of this position; Ability to use all standard law enforcement equipment

The first phase of testing is the physical agility and is the modified Cooper Test. It will be administered in Weston, tenatively on a following Saturday in Ocober 2017. The following phases are the Written exam (On a Saturday, one week after the physical agility); Commnad staff interview (1st week of November); Psychological examination (Mid-late November); Police Commission interview (early December); Comprehensive Psychological examination; Medical examination; Vision examination; Drug screening; and Background investigation (All after a conditional offer of employment). The projected start date is January, 2018.

Everest Metropolitan Police Department
5303 Mesker St
Weston, WI 54476.

Or attach and e-mail to: empd@everestmetropolice.org

Please complete the three questions from section 6 on a separate attached sheet.

Veterans Preference Points: An eligible veteran must submit a copy of the DD214 form with the agency application.

Agency Application (DJ-LE-330)
Authorization for Release of Information form  


Captain Rob Dickerson
Everest Metropolitan Police Department
5303 Mesker Street
Schofield/Weston, WI 54476
Phone: (715) 359-4202
Fax: (715) 359-4204
Email: Robert.Dickerson@co.marathon.wi.us
Internet: www.everestmetropolice.org

The Everest Metropolitan Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

Check out this video on the new physical fitness requirements for the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board:

Physical Agility


Applications for the Clerical Assistant are now CLOSED

Salary: $30,942.40 - $38,678 per year (Starting Wage is $30,942.40 with four step increases over a two year period to $38,678)

Benefits: Wisconsin Retirement Fund; Health insurance; Life insurance; Sick leave; Dental; Paid holidays - 9; Deferred compensation; Vacation

Qualifications: Eighteen (18) years of age; US Citizen; Free of any felony convictions. Be able to read and write the English language and able to effectively communicate with others; Fluent ability to use and adapt to all types of computers and computer uses, word processing databases, and spread sheets. Physical condition that will meet the requirements of the job. Working under the direction of the Administrative Assistant/Confidential Secretary. Must be able to type a minimum of 40 words per minute. Must be able to work within the hours of Monday Friday 7 AM to 5 PM as well as weekends and some holidays. Flexibility is required both in scheduling as well as in how it relates to working in a fast-pasted, ever changing environment.

Job Description: This is a non-sworn position which entails clerical functions of the department. The production of all clerical functions, transcription, collation and filing of all reports into the department database as well as greeting the public and fulfilling their requests in a timely manner. This position requires a thorough and intimate knowledge of computers, law enforcement functions, word processing, and the principals of entry and filing. This position also requires the ability to deal with the general public on a regular basis and under those situations which maybe highly stressed and confrontational while remaining composed and able to accommodate requests for services, and the ability to transmit those requests to officers in the field. This job description is subject to change as the needs of the position evolve.

Note: Typing exam; Oral interviews; Medical examination; Drug screening; Background investigation

Apply By: We will be accepting applications/resumes until 4:00 PM, July 21st, 2017. To appy, submit Agency Application

Agency Application (DJ-LE-330)


Administrative Assistant Kristy Isberner
Everest Metropolitan Police Department
5303 Mesker Street
Schofield/Weston, WI 54476
Phone: (715) 359-4202
Fax: (715) 359-4204
Email: kristy.isberner2@co.marathon.wi.us

The Everest Metropolitan Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


Could you join the Everest Metro police force and make a difference in our community?

We are looking for men and women who believe in our mission and principles. Who will thrive on challenges, and are willing to work hard to learn the skills necessary for this difficult but critical role.

Don't doubt that this can be a tough and unpredictable job, but it is also the most rewarding position you will ever have. Every day when you put on that uniform and go to work, you will be making life safer and more secure for your friends and neighbours, and making your community a better place to live.

Nothing is more valuable than that.

To find out more about who we are and what we have to offer, check us out at:

Everest Metro Police

Recruitment Brochure


Check out this video on the new physical fitness requirements for the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board:

Physical Agility


Do you have what it takes?

We are looking for people with the initiative and willingness to learn new skills and methods for combating crime and violence.

Through our comprehensive field training program you will learn to:

protect the public from violence
provide a reassuring presence in the community
support victims of crime and offer help to those who have witnessed crimes
investigate complex crimes using a mixture of cutting-edge technology and time-proven traditional methods

What's in it for you?

Now that we've told you about the hard work ahead, you might be thinking: 'Is it worth it? What would I get out of this?' The answer is: A great deal. There's so much to gain from becoming a police officer.

In return for your hard work you will:

have a rewarding job where no two days are ever the same
be constantly challenged and always learning
be valued for your contribution to your community
be well paid and have an excellent benefits package
have continual opportunities for advancement

Sound interesting?

Contact Captain Rob Dickerson for more information.

To protect our citizen's right to be free from criminal attack and be secure in their homes and possessions. The Everest Metropolitan Police Department will utilize all means at its disposal to accomplish this mission.

We are committed to these principles:

INTEGRITY We have integrity.
We adhere to the highest moral and ethical standards. We are honest and sincere in dealing with each other and the community. We have the courage to uphold these principles and are proud that they guide us in all we do.

FAIRNESS We act with fairness.
Objective, impartial decisions and policies are the foundation of our interactions. We are consistent in our treatment of all persons. Our actions are tempered with reason and equity.

RESPECT We show respect.
We recognize the value of our unique cultural diversity and treat all people with kindness, tolerance, and dignity. We cherish and protect the rights, liberties, and freedoms of all as granted by the constitutions and laws of the United States and the State of Wisconsin.