Current Open Positions
Law Enforcement Officer I
Motor Carrier Inspector I / Seward
Motorist Assist Technician
Motor Carrier Inspector I / Johnson
Utility Worker / Sedgwick
Capitol Area Guard I
Law Enforcement Officer I 999
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Kansas Highway Patrol Policy Statement
In accordance with Executive Order No. 15-02 issued and signed by Governor Sam Brownback on February 10, 2015, and all other relevant federal and state statutes, the Kansas Highway Patrol subscribes to the concept of equal employment opportunity.
The Kansas Highway Patrol is committed to hiring and retaining a diverse and highly qualified workforce and to employment practices which prevent discrimination based on race, color, gender, religion, national origin, ancestry, disability, age, military or veteran status (except when any of these factors is an existing bona fide occupational qualification) or political affiliation (except for certain specified employees in the unclassified service).
The Kansas Highway Patrol is committed to an affirmative action policy which includes an assurance that no discrimination will be tolerated based on the above listed protected classes, in employment situations which include, but are not necessarily limited to, hiring, promotion, training, transfer, lay-off, compensation, physical facilities or termination.
All management personnel of this agency shall actively recruit and provide support, mentoring and development programs to ensure equitable representation of disabled, veterans, minority and female persons in all job categories.