The organization was formed to provide aid to Female Soldiers/Veterans. We‘re a two Female Veteran Task Force Carmen and I, helping Female Soldiers/Veterans and their family who are desolate and despondent. We troubleshoot their needs then provide immediate and emergency assistance. We advocate on their behalf, provide immediate resources through referrals and/or physically representing them and their families with/to training programs, housing appointments, employment agents, completing VA claims applications, counseling MST (Military Sexual Trauma, C/PTSD (Combat/Post Traumatic Stress Disorder), Anger Management, Suicide Prevention, Parenting and Marriage counseling. We will foster support and nourish self sufficiency for single mothers in the military for a healthy Family Care plan if deployed. We Adopt the “No Female Soldier/Veteran left behind’ attitude. NO Membership fee but there’s a MWIP commitment to our group and that is to provide the same humanitarian service she received from one of our advocates to another female soldier by becoming an advocate to another female soldier, “Paying it Forward”, internal Soldier to Soldier sponsorship program, lean on each other for support.
The City fills many of its positions through the Civil Service Process, a process guided by the New York State Civil Service Law, which is in place to help ensure that the hiring process is competitive and fair. The City uses employment examinations to measure a potential candidate’s merit and fitness for a particular title. In most instances, taking an exam is the beginning of a hiring process that may lead to employment with the City.
Protecting Tomorrow’s Future Today- School Safety Agent
NYPD is recognized by industry experts as the nation’s leader in crime reduction. Build your career with us and learn law enforcement from the best in the industry. School Safety Agents provide security and ensure the safety of students, faculty and visitors in the New York City Public School buildings and surrounding premises by patrolling and operating scanning equipment, verifying identity and escorting visitors and by challenging unauthorized personnel.
Candidates must be at least 21 years of age at time of appointment.
Candidates must have a High School Diploma or GED.
Candidates must pass a character and background investigation.
Candidates must pass a drug screening.
Candidates must meet certain medical and psychological requirements.
Candidates must reside in one of the five boroughs of New York City.
Candidates must pay a $75.00 fee for fingerprinting as part of the investigation process.
Candidates must be eligible to obtain NYC Special Patrolman status upon appointment and become certified as a NYC Special Patrolman within three (3) months of appointment. Special Patrolman certification must be maintained for the duration of employment in this title.
Candidates must be a United States Citizen.
Serve your community in a unique and rewarding way while earning a good salary with generous medical and retirement benefits.
Starting Salary: $31,259
After one year: $32,112
After two years: $35,323
Uniform allowance of $668 annually
Differential increase for metal detector/scanner assignment.
Longevity increase of $500 annually after 15 years of service.
A choice of paid medical and dental plans
Paid vacation and sick leave
Paid night shift differential
Overtime opportunities (Overtime is never guaranteed)
MILITARY BUY BACK
Federal and state laws allow members to purchase service credit for time spent in U.S. Military service – the Uniformed Services Employment and Reemployment Rights Act (USERRA) and Article 20 of the New York State Retirement and Social Security Law (RSSL), respectively. Under Article 20, the cost is 6% times the number of years of military service being purchased times the salary you earned during the 12 months prior to the date of your application. Under USERRA, the cost is the equivalent of the contributions required if you had never left for military service. No interest is charged on military buy-back.
Reference: Tier 6 Special Peace Officer 25-Year Retirement Plan (6SO-25) #990
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From Darryl Downing.