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The North Dakota Highway Patrol is an internationally accredited, service-oriented organization whose goal is to provide service to motorists who use the highway system of North Dakota. The NDHP offers a lifetime of challenges, excellent compensation and retirement program, diverse assignments, and opportunities for professional growth and advancement. Troopers possess a great deal of discretionary authority and exercise a broad range of problem-solving skills, carried out with minimum supervision. Being a Highway Patrol trooper is a rewarding career for those who meet the requirements.
Please contact Human Resources for more information.
The NDHP is an equal employment opportunity employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, genetics, color, sex, religion, national origin, age or disability in employment or the provision of services and comply with the provisions of the North Dakota Human Rights Act.
Applicants are now allowed to take the Wonderlic and National Police Officer Selection Test outside of the normal selection process. We have facilities available for testing in Bismarck, Grand Forks, Minot, Williston, Fargo, and Bloomington, MN. If you do not live in North Dakota or near the Minneapolis/St. Paul area, it is possible that we would allow the tests to be proctored by an approved site.
By successfully passing these written tests, you would move directly to the oral interview phase during our next selection process. You would be required to wait 2 months to be eligible to retake the test(s) should it require more than one attempt.
For more information on taking the tests outside of the normal selection process or to set up a date and location to pre-test, please contact Chelsey Dietz at: firstname.lastname@example.org or 701-328-2579. Some of the testing sites charge a fee to administer the tests. Any fees for taking the exams will be the responsibility of the applicant.
The NDHP’s administrative services commander coordinates compliance with the non-discrimination requirements contained in section 35.107 of the Department of Justice regulations. Information concerning the provisions of the Americans with Disabilities Act is available from the ADA coordinator.