Missouri State Highway Patrol to host Career Expo showcasing diverse employment opportunities

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Colonel Eric T. Olson, superintendent of the Missouri State Highway Patrol, is extending an invitation to individuals interested in a career with the agency to attend the upcoming MSHP Career Expo. The event aims to provide comprehensive information on a wide range of job opportunities, both as a trooper and in civilian roles.

Event Details

  • What: MSHP Career Expo
  • When: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., September 21, 2023
  • Where: MSHP Law Enforcement Academy, 1510 E. Elm Street, Jefferson City, MO
  • Who: Representatives from various MSHP divisions will be present to discuss employment opportunities.

Divisions Represented

  • Aircraft Division
  • Bomb Squad
  • Budget & Procurement Division
  • Commercial Vehicle Enforcement Division
  • Communications Division
  • Crime Laboratory Division
  • Criminal Justice Information Services Division
  • Dive Team
  • Driver & Vehicle Safety Division
  • Fleet & Facilities Division
  • Gaming Division
  • Human Resources Division
  • Missouri Information Analysis Center
  • Recruiting & Community Outreach Division
  • Water Patrol Division

The Missouri State Highway Patrol offers a robust benefits package, which includes:

  • Medical, dental, vision, and life insurance
  • Retirement and savings options through MoDOT & Patrol Employees’ Retirement System (MPERS)
  • Deferred compensation and cafeteria plans
  • Generous leave policies, including vacation, sick leave, and 13 paid holidays
  • Flexible work schedules
  • Teleworking options for certain positions

For more information, contact Lieutenant Alex Vivas, Recruiting and Community Outreach Division, at (573) 751-9901 x1053, or Trooper Robert “Mike” Malone, Recruiting and Community Outreach Division, at (573) 508-9804.

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