Current Employment Opportunities

Salary: $23-25/hour

Current DCJS certification as a Law Enforcement Officer Required.

Position Announcement | Open Until Filled

The Occoquan Police Department is seeking applicants for a part-time position as a certified Police Officer. Community oriented officers are a must.  Candidates must be current Virginia DCJS certified law enforcement officers. Non-certified applicants will not be considered.  Part-time officers work 8-hour shifts.  Starting hourly rates range between $23-25/hour.

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Applicable Documents
Police Officer_Part-Time 2022

Employment Application

How To Apply
Submit Town Employment Application and resume by mail or email to:

Occoquan Police Department
Attn: Chief A. Linn
PO Box 195
Occoquan, VA 22125

Email Chief Linn

Salary: This is an uncompensated volunteer position.

Hours: At least four events per year.

Current DCJS certification as a Law Enforcement Officer Required.

The Auxiliary Police Officer performs general police work in the protection of life and property through the enforcement of laws and ordinances. Work in this position may consist of routine patrol, traffic control duties, and/or special event details. The Auxiliary Police Officer reports directly to the Chief of Police or other supervisory officer as may be designated.

Applicable Documents
Town Employment Application

​How to Apply:

Submit Town Employment Application and resume by mail or email to:

Occoquan Police Department
Attn: Chief A. Linn
PO Box 195
Occoquan, VA 22125

Email Chief Linn

For general inquiries regarding employment with the Town, please e-mail the Town Manager.

About Occoquan

Occoquan is a historic community with a three-hundred-year heritage and yet, within walking distance from any point in town, you will find a compelling blend of the traditional and the innovative, the relaxed and the vibrant, the past and the present. Home to over one-thousand residents, Occoquan’s economy includes an eclectic mix of more than fifty small retail shops and numerous dining experiences. Occoquan is part of a regional arts and cultural district and hosts several art cooperatives whose members work in a variety of media. The Town is popular for its beautiful parks and trails, as well as water activities on the river that shares our name.

Occoquan is a full-service Town government with six full-time Town employees, three part-time permanent Town employees and an additional dedicated police force. The annual Town budget is approximately one million dollars.

In addition to police services, the Town provides solid waste and recycling collection, engineering and zoning, events and community development, business support, and other citizen services. The Town is governed by a Council-Manager form of government, which includes an elected Mayor and five Councilmembers who appoint a professional Town Manager. The Town Manager is responsible for the day-to-day operations and policy implementation, and the Town Council sets policy and focuses on the future and strategic planning for the community. The Town of Occoquan focuses on innovation, business enhancement, and protecting and enhancing our residents’ quality of life. In support of these efforts, the Town is currently embarking on a number of key initiatives, including a parking management plan, various public works and public safety projects, stormwater management, and information technology projects including equipment upgrades, document management, and streamlined and accessible citizen services.

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