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Post Your Job

Please complete the form below for your position to post to our website. Please format it to look as you desire using the template below.

Position information: In order to be posted on the IACLEA website, a job must be on a campus and it must be a security, law enforcement or public safety position. You must provide an end date for the posting or IACLEA will remove the posting at the end of 30 days.  If a campus reopens a search after the original posting has been removed from IACLEA’s website, it is necessary to submit a new posting form.  There are no restrictions on the size of the text description of the position. As you type, space will increase.

Contact information: Please enter the name and contact information of the individual IACLEA should contact if there are questions regarding the posting. This information will not appear in the posting. The contact information for applicants for the job should be included in the actual job posting.

Job postings on the IACLEA website are free for IACLEA member institutions. If you do not know whether your institution is a member of IACLEA, please call us at (855) 4IACLEA. Non-member institutions may join IACLEA or pay the non-member advertising fee of $350. To join IACLEA, click here and you will be taken to the Membership section for information on joining. If you choose not to become a member, IACLEA will follow up with an invoice. The non-member advertising fee can be paid via credit card over the phone. The job posting will not be published until payment has been made. 


Are you a current IACLEA member? *
If you are a non-member and would like to post a postion a member of the IACLEA staff will follow up regarding payment prior to posting.

Thank you for sending us your job. We will review it and get back to you once it’s been published on our website.

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