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James City Hiring Police Officers, Parks & Rec Workers

JAMES CITY-Two James City County departments are actively recruiting new employees.

James City County Police Department is hiring. The police department is looking for dedicated officers to provide comprehensive law enforcement services and programs to the county’s citizens.

The police department’s features include a Marine Patrol, Underwater Search and Recovery, SWAT, Police Motors, a take-home car, a gym, and more.

Minorities and women are encouraged to apply. For more information, click here.

Meanwhile, James City County’s Parks & Recreation Department is also seeking new hires. Part-time seasonal and year-round positions are currently available to assist with camps, the outdoor pools, and within the county parks. Jobs include lifeguards, park attendants, park supervisors, instructors, assistant recreation supervisors, recreation leaders, and therapeutic recreation leaders. For more information, click here.

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