Tri State Enforcement
More Than "Just a Job"
Working For TSE — Tri State Enforcement Regional Authority
Below you will learn about the hiring process for applicants and qualified candidates interested in pursuing employment opportunities, and becoming part of the TSE family. The recruitment and hiring processes are designed to identify those best qualified and suited for open positions, and to streamline applicant processing. While recruitment efforts are ongoing, hiring and applicant processing occurs only when vacancies exist.
Prospective applicants are encouraged to review the information below, as many applicants may not be considered qualified for employment. All current openings are posted on Indeed.com, GlassDoor.com, and various other sites.
We do not accept phone calls regarding résumé submissions via email, inquiries regarding the hiring process, or to ask if we are currently hiring. Please review the information on this page for answers to both common and uncommon questions and concerns.
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Recruiting the Best — Who Stand Out From The Rest
Recruiting the Best
Who Stand Out From The Rest
While all professional organizations appreciate a thorough and detailed CV or résumé and Cover Letter, we ask that you do not include or provide any sensitive Personally Identifiable Information.
While security and protective services are part of the full suite of services and solutions provided by TSE; due to the operational nature and requirements of this Agency, clients, and partnering organizations, TSE is unable to hire security guards or non-specialized armed professionals. Candidates who lack the required and/or appropriate training, certifications, or experience will not be considered as qualified for employment.
TSE is an equal opportunity and veteran friendly employer. We proudly support our nation’s veterans, reservists, and military members transitioning to civilian life. We appreciate and value the discipline, knowledge, and skills acquired while serving; and find these to be highly desirable professional characteristics.
The average processing time once a candidate is determined qualified for employment is approximately one hundred twenty days. Occasionally, a candidate may progress through the hiring process slower or faster. However, some aspects of the hiring process take a certain amount of time to complete.
Candidate Onboarding Process
Submit CV or Résumé. An application for employment shall only be provided after the receipt of the candidate’s CV or Résumé, which is screened to ensure all minimum qualifications are met.
Those meeting the minimum criteria are invited to complete the initial applicant paperwork, and may be invited to participate in an exam. The qualified candidates will be selected to continue the process.
Those determined to be highly qualified will be invited to participate in an initial interview, where the candidate will be asked questions to assess knowledge, comprehension, aptitude, and skills.
Candidates who complete the initial interview favorably will be provided with a background questionnaire, undergo a background investigation, and be scheduled for additional interviews.
A detailed background investigation is performed to confirm information provided, and identify any criminal or civil disqualifications. Former employers, references, family members, neighbors, and others may be contacted during the investigation.
Upon a favorable background investigation, candidates may be invited to complete physical fitness testing; to assess the candidates ability to perform necessary and critical job-related tasks and functions.
Those who successfully complete the previous steps in the process will be invited to participate in a final interview. Upon favorable completion of the interview, a contingent offer of employment may be provided to the candidate.
& Employment F.A.Q.
There are no vacancies at this time.