The University of Houston-Downtown Police Department is hiring!
If you are ready to provide a safe environment for the UHD community, enforce the law and preserve the peace, then we are looking for you!
The UHD Police Department serves the University of Houston-Downtown by providing the highest level of professional law enforcement and public safety services to the University community. Interested and qualified applicants are encouraged to apply. For specific information concerning police officer job vacancies, applicants are strongly encouraged to contact the UHD Police Department or check out the
Salary and Benefits
The base pay salary for police officer positions is $42,314 - $46,114 depending on qualifications. The salary may be adjusted based on training/education, tenure at UHD, and/or shift differential. For more information on Police Pay Grade Structure click here.
UHD offers a variety of benefit programs as part of its employment and compensation package. Officers employed with the UHD Police Department receive automatic state benefits, which include:
- Paid medical employee insurance
- Subsidized family insurance
- Low cost dental insurance
- Sick leave at 12 days per year
- Paid vacation at 12 days per year
- Paid holidays, see the
- Retirement program
- Paid life insurance
- Tax deferred annuity
- Tuition reimbursement plan
- Hazardous duty pay and tenure pay
Learn more information on the
Employee Benefits website. We encourage you to review all of the available information to help you determine the best way to apply these benefits to your personal situation.
Applications may be completed by clicking on
Employment Opportunities. An application, resume, and cover letter are required.
All qualified applicants must pass a comprehensive medical exam, including drug/steroid screen, polygraph, and psychological evaluation. . This is a security sensitive position; a complete background investigation is also required.
The University of Houston-Downtown is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, age, color, religion, national origin, disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or gender expression.