Recruitment

The Mammoth Lakes Police Department is currently recruiting for a Police Officer and Police Sergeant to join the team. We currently have one Officer position and one Sergeant position open and will continue to accept applications for future vacancies. Please visit our career portal for up-to-date job postings. 

The Community

The Town of Mammoth Lakes is a year-round resort community located in the southwestern region of Mono County along the Eastern Sierra mountain range. The town is surrounded by over two million acres of forest and is bordered by the Ansel Adams and John Muir Wilderness areas adjacent to Yosemite National Park. We have a year-round resident population of approximately 8,000, which increases to over 40,000 during peak seasons. Mammoth Lakes offers a fantastic lifestyle and abundant recreational opportunities such as skiing, snowboarding, mountain biking, fishing, hunting, camping, rock climbing, and so much more!

The Ideal Candidate

The Mammoth Lakes Police Department is looking for individuals who are motivated and dedicated to working in a growing resort community. You must be team-oriented and committed to the future direction of the department and the wider community. You must be flexible and have exemplary interpersonal skills. Integrity and outstanding moral character is a must. You must be willing to work irregular hours, rotating shifts, weekends, holidays, special events, and on-call.

Application Procedure

Applications will be accepted via the online career portal only. Resumes sent via any other means will not be accepted. An application screening committee will select applicants whose education, experience, training, and knowledge most closely match the requirements of the position and needs of the department. Successful candidates will be contacted as necessary. All candidates will be notified of their status throughout the process.

Any inquiries as to the process or applicant status should be directed to Cassandra Mance, Human Resources Manager at cmance@townofmammothlakes.ca.gov or (760) 965 3604.