Career Opportunities

If you wish to post a position on this bulletin, please email Balinda Cockrell. If you would like PERF to email a copy of the position announcement to our distribution list of 3000 police executives for $500, Balinda can also help you with that.

 

 

 



CITY OF PEORIA AZ
invites applications for the position of:
Communications Specialist - Eligibility List (May and August Tests)

An Equal Opportunity Employer

SALARY: $19.71 - $26.50 Hourly

OPENING DATE: 01/30/17

CLOSING DATE: 09/03/17 11:59 PM

DESCRIPTION:
Please read all the way to the bottom for IMPORTANT INFORMATION regarding this recruitment.

This posting is to develop an eligibility list for future open positions. Both entry level and lateral applicants will be accepted and considered.

BRIEF DESCRIPTION:
The purpose of this position is to provide customer service to citizens that have dialed 911 and need assistance. This is accomplished by answering emergency and non-emergency calls, and dispatching proper emergency units. Other duties may include conducting research for required information and related duties as assigned.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
This information is intended to be descriptive of the key responsibilities of the position. The list of essential functions does not identify all duties performed by any single incumbent in this position. Additionally, please be aware of the legend when referring to the physical demands of each essential function. Please go to the link below under Job Requirements to view the essential functions of the job in the complete job description.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Click Here to view the complete job description including the essential functions of the job, minimum job requirements, and physical demands.
DURING THE SELECTION PROCESS, ANY APPLICANT REQUIRING ACCOMMODATION FOR A DISABILITY SHOULD ADVISE THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
OPORTUNIDAD DE EMPLEO CON DERECHOS IGUALES

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
RECRUITMENT PROCESS
1. Submit an Application
Only the most qualified applicants will continue to the next phase of the hiring process. If you do not pass any portion of the process below you will be eligible to re-apply in 90 days.

2. Attend Written Test
Those invited to the test will be notified via email with further information about the testing date.

3. Skills Assessment Testing, Oral Board Interview, and Sit Along in Communication. Certified typing certificates verifying your minimum typing speed of 40 wpm will be due at the time of oral board.

4. Background Packets
Background packets will be due at the time of the Skills Assessment Test.

5. Polygraph and Background Investigation
A thorough background investigation shall be performed on each candidate. The polygraph is based on the entire background packet.

6. Conditional Job Offer

7. Medical Examination
Only the most qualified applicants will continue to the next phase of the hiring process.

8. Psychological Screening
A battery of psychological tests shall be administered to each candidate after they receive a conditional job offer. The tests will be evaluated by a licensed psychologist and used in conjunction with a personal interview to evaluate the applicant and determine their suitability for employment. Only the most qualified applicants will continue to the next phase of the hiring process.

9. Final Job Offer
The Chief of Police, based upon the results of the selection process and personal interviews, shall make the final hiring decision.

To apply, return to the top of the screen and click on the "Apply" button.

IMPORTANT DATES FOR THIS RECRUITMENT:

May testing: Written Test May 3rd by appointment, Skills Test – May 8th, 9th or 10th by appointment; Interviews – May 24th by appointment

August testing: Written Test August 2nd, 2017 by appointment, Skills Test – Aug 7th, 8th or 9th by appointment; Interviews – Aug 23rd by appointment

DURING THE SELECTION PROCESS, ANY APPLICANT REQUIRING ACCOMMODATION FOR A DISABILITY SHOULD ADVISE THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENTAN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
OPORTUNIDAD DE EMPLEO CON DERECHOS IGUALES


APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.peoriaaz.gov/

OUR OFFICE IS LOCATED AT:
8401 W. Monroe Street
Peoria, AZ 85345
623-773-7100
HR_Workforce@peoriaaz.gov

An Equal Opportunity Employer Job #FY1701366
COMMUNICATIONS SPECIALIST - ELIGIBILITY LIST (MAY AND AUGUST TESTS)

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

              

 

 

 


 

 

 


CITY OF PEORIA AZ
invites applications for the position of:
Police Officer - Laterals Eligibility List-Repost

An Equal Opportunity Employer

SALARY: $25.62 - $36.04 Hourly

OPENING DATE: 12/15/16

CLOSING DATE: Continuous

DESCRIPTION:
This is a Continuous Posting: First review January 9, 2017 and every 2 weeks thereafter until filled.

Please read all the way to the bottom as there is IMPORTANT INFORMATION regarding the application process.

This posting is to develop an eligibility list for future open positions.

JOB OBJECTIVES
Perform law enforcement and crime prevention work; patrol an assigned area for the prevention of crime and the maintenance of law and order; perform investigative work and other special assignments; and, perform a variety of technical law enforcement tasks.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
This information is intended to be descriptive of the key responsibilities of the position. The list of essential functions does not identify all duties performed by any single incumbent in this position. Additionally, please be aware of the legend when referring to the physical demands of each essential function. Please go to the link below under Job Requirements to view the essential functions of the job in the complete job description.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
Click here to view the complete job description including minimum job requirements and physical demands.

Please be sure to include all work experience in the application. Information not included in the application will not be considered.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
OPORTUNIDAD DE EMPLEO CON DERECHOS IGUALES
DURING THE SELECTION PROCESS, ANY APPLICANT REQUIRING ACCOMMODATION FOR A DISABILITY SHOULD ADVISE THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT


SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
AZPOST Certified and Out of State Lateral Process
Lateral Officers:

Submit an Application and Background Packet.
Submit your application and background packet for review no later than the close of the posting.

Click here to download a Sworn Background Packet.

Submit the Sworn Background packet in a sealed envelope to the attention of "Police Personnel and Training". You may mail or drop it off in person at the following address:

City of Peoria Police Department
Attention: Police Personnel and Training
8351 West Cinnabar
Peoria, AZ 85345

Only the most qualified applicants will continue in the hiring process.

Click here to view minimum qualifications and the hiring process.

The selection process is designed to allow the Department to obtain qualified personnel to fill specific needs. The final determination of the attributes and skills that a candidate should possess and who will be selected for employment is the responsibility of the Chief of Police.

If you do not pass any portion of the process above, you will be eligible to reapply in six months.


APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.peoriaaz.gov/

OUR OFFICE IS LOCATED AT:
8401 W. Monroe Street
Peoria, AZ 85345
623-773-7100
HR_Workforce@peoriaaz.gov

An Equal Opportunity Employer Job #FY1701350
POLICE OFFICER - LATERALS ELIGIBILITY LIST-REPOST
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CITY OF PEORIA AZ
invites applications for the position of:
Police Recruit - Eligibility List (April and September Tests)

An Equal Opportunity Employer

SALARY: $22.60 - $22.60 Hourly

OPENING DATE: 01/30/17

CLOSING DATE: 09/03/17 11:59 PM

DESCRIPTION:
There will be two test dates: 04/01/2017 and 09/30/2017. The first review of applicants will be on March 6, 2017 and the final review will be on September 4, 2017.

Please read all the way to the bottom as there is IMPORTANT INFORMATION regarding the application process.

This posting is to hire/develop an eligibility list for current and future open positions.

JOB OBJECTIVES

Assist in law enforcement and crime prevention work in a training capacity; patrol, with assigned Police Officer, a designated area for the prevention of crime and the maintenance of law and order; and, assist in investigative work and other special assignments, including working in the radio room in a training capacity.

SUPERVISION RECEIVED AND EXERCISED

Receive immediate supervision from a Police Sergeant. Exercise no supervision.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS:
POSITION ACCOUNTABILITIES - May include, but are not limited to, the following:

Learn operations of the Police Department first-hand through observation and participation in a wide variety of police activities; serve in a training capacity while attending the Police Academy. Patrol City in radio-equipped car with a certified Police Officer in a training capacity; assist in preliminary and follow-up investigations of disturbances, prowlers, burglaries, thefts, hold-ups, death, and other criminal incidents as assigned. Under the guidance of a certified Police Officer, coordinate and conduct complete and detailed investigations of crimes involving juveniles and adults, crimes against persons and property, and crimes involving vice, gambling, and narcotics violations. Patrol the City with a certified Police Officer in a training capacity and respond to calls related to traffic incidents and other required emergencies; observe, monitor, and control routine and unusual traffic conditions as assigned. Assist with the collection and preservation of evidence at accident scenes; learn to lift fingerprints, draw sketches, and take photographs. Assist in serving warrants and subpoenas; learn laws and procedures required for processing warrants; assist in retrieving and requesting information involving arrests and subpoenas. Maintain contact with citizens regarding potential law enforcement problems and preserve good relationship with the general public. Administer first aid as necessary. Perform related duties, as assigned.

JOB REQUIREMENTS:
CRITICAL SKILLS/EXPERTISE - needed to complete position accountabilities

Knowledge of:
Basic functions of a public safety operation.

Ability to:
Learn police methods and procedures, including patrol, crime prevention, traffic control, investigation, and identification techniques, equipment, police records and reports, and first aid techniques. Learn criminal law and criminal procedure with particular reference to the apprehension, arrest, and custody of persons committing misdemeanors and felonies, including rules of evidence pertaining to the search and seizure and the preservation of evidence in traffic and criminal cases. Observe accurately and remember faces, numbers, incidents, and places. Learn to use and care for firearms. Think and act quickly in emergencies and judge situations and people accurately. Learn, understand, and interpret laws and regulations. Prepare accurate and grammatically correct written reports. Learn standard broadcasting procedures of a police radio system. Demonstrate physical fitness by successfully meeting the minimum requirements in the 1.5 mile run, sit-ups, push-ups, flexibility, leg press, bench press, and other job related physical fitness testing.
Experience and Training:
Any combination of experience and training that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying.
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS:
Candidates are required to: be at least 21 years old by the time of academy graduation, possess a high school diploma or equivalent, meet appropriate police background and polygraph standards, and successfully complete the requirements of the Police Academy.
License or Certificate:
Ability to obtain appropriate Police certification issued by the Arizona Peace Officer's Standards and Training Board. Possession of, or ability to obtain, an appropriate, valid Arizona driver's license.

Click here to view the complete job description including minimum job requirements and physical demands.

Please be sure to include all work experience in the application. Information not included in the application will not be considered.

AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
OPORTUNIDAD DE EMPLEO CON DERECHOS IGUALES
DURING THE SELECTION PROCESS, ANY APPLICANT REQUIRING ACCOMMODATION FOR A DISABILITY SHOULD ADVISE THE HUMAN RESOURCES DEPARTMENT

SUPPLEMENTAL INFORMATION:
ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS

Physical Requirements:
Exerting in excess of 100 pounds of force occasionally, and/or in excess of 50 pounds of force frequently, and/or in excess of 20 pounds of force constantly to move objects. Visual acuity correctable to 20/40 or better.

Work Environment:
Position is subject to outside environmental conditions: No effective protection from weather. Position may be subject to extreme heat or cold for periods of more than one hour. Position is subject to noise and/or vibration. Position is subject to atmospheric conditions: Fumes, odors, dusts, mists, gases, or poor ventilation.


IMPORTANT INFORMATION:

1. Submit an Application:
You will only be required to submit a background packet once you have successfully completed the testing process. You will be directed when to turn in your background packet.

2. Invitation to the Test:
Your application will be reviewed and the most qualified applicants will be invited to the testing process via email.

3. Attend Orientation:
If you are invited to the testing process during the first review of applicants, will be notified by email no later than March 9, 2017. A voluntary 1-hour Orientation will be offered on March 14th at 6:00 PM.

If you are invited to the testing process during the second review of applicants, will be notified by email no later than September 7, 2017. A voluntary 1-hour Orientation will be offered on September 12th at 6:00 pm.
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The Orientation is intended to provide information on the testing process, job minimum qualifications, and job expectations.

4. Sworn Background Packet:
Candidates who successfully pass the test will be provided specific instructions for completing the background packet to include due date.

5. Attend Testing:
If invited to the testing process applicants must arrive with a photo ID or they will not be eligible to test. If you do not pass any portion of the test you will be eligible to re-test in 6 months.


APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.peoriaaz.gov/

OUR OFFICE IS LOCATED AT:
8401 W. Monroe Street
Peoria, AZ 85345
623-773-7100
HR_Workforce@peoriaaz.gov

An Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 


 


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


Houston Police Department
Chief Financial Officer (CFO - DEPUTY DIRECTOR (EXE LEV)
Executive Level
1200 Travis St.
Houston, TX 77002

General Summary
Manage and direct all budgetary and financial operations of the Houston Police Department. The CFO reports to Houston’s Chief of Police and works closely with the city’s Finance Department. Oversee the Office of Budget and Finance and its operations. Staff complement of 49.

Responsibilities
•    Manage and control HPD’s $800+ million budget, from general, special and grant funds – approximately 40% of the City of Houston’s total operating budget

•    Oversee all aspects of accounting, financial, procurement, contracting, fixed assets and grant operations

•    Direct the allocation of HPD’s financial resources to ensure successful police operations

•    Serve as HPD’s liaison with City Council

•    Resolve personnel compensation and position issues

•    Establish policies and procedures that affect ongoing operations

•    Coordinate with the City’s Administration on Council actions

•    Serve on city-wide policy development committees

•    Member of Senior Executive Staff, Executive Staff and Command Staff


To apply, email a professional cover letter and rescue to Julie.landry@houstontx.gov

For more detailed information on this position please go to http://bit.ly/HPDCFO to view the recruitment brochure.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

Position title:  Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, Fixed-Term, One-Year Appointment

Salary:   Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Date of appointment: August 15, 2017

Description:  The Department of Criminal Justice Studies seeks to fill a one-year, fixed-term position beginning Fall 2017 at the Assistant Professor level. Our department comprises 7 colleagues dedicated to a student-centered, thesis-based, undergraduate program with two MS programs (http://www.stcloudstate.edu/criminaljustice/).

Responsibilities:  Teaching load is 12 credits per semester; a mix of online, hybrid and classroom. This position centers on teaching in our Public Safety Executive Leadership (PSEL) MS program (http://www.stcloudstate.edu/graduate/psel/default.aspx) plus needed undergraduate courses. Additional responsibilities: scholarly achievement, contributions to student growth and development, and service to the department, university and community.

Qualifications and experience:  

Required:

 • An earned doctorate (EdD, PhD, JD, etc.) in a relevant public safety discipline from a regionally accredited institution or equivalent international institution. ABD applicants will be considered if doctoral degree is conferred by starting date.

• Evidence of ability to teach and work with culturally diverse populations.

• Candidates in possession of a terminal degree in the field of instruction must meet SCSU’s Standard Academic Preparation + Two Graduate Faculty Status Policy (http://www.stcloudstate.edu/graduatestudies/faculty/facModel.asp) that complies with Higher Learning Commission guidelines by providing two examples of scholarship (publications, presentations, and/or professional activity).


Preferred:

• Three (3) years of senior level, public safety management experience.

• Knowledge and ability to teach Minnesota Peace Officer Standards and Training (MnPOST) courses (http://www.stcloudstate.edu/criminaljustice/programs/post-skills.aspx).

• Per MnPOST Board qualifications, ability to assume the duties within our department as the Professional Peace Officer Education (PPOE) Coordinator (https://dps.mn.gov/entity/post/Pages/default.aspx)

• Experience teaching criminal justice courses to traditional undergraduate and graduate students.

• Experience using electronic, Internet and distance learning technologies (e.g., Desire2Learn, Blackboard).

• Demonstrated success in teaching in-service criminal justice professionals.

Application Procedures: To apply for this position, please continue the process via this website or directly at: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/stcloudstate/default.cfm

Application Review begins immediately; position is open until filled. Only complete applications will be considered. A complete application will include the following:


• Cover Letter
• Resume/Curriculum Vitae
• Contact information for three (3) current, professional references
• Copies of Transcript(s) (undergraduate/graduate/PhD); if advanced to finalist, official transcripts will be required.


Contact Information:
D. Lee Gilbertson, Search Committee Chair
Professor, Criminal Justice
Phone: 320-308-5771
E-mail: dlgilbertson@stcloudstate.edu


St. Cloud State University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, creed, religion, age, national origin, disability, marital status, status with regards to public assistance, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or status as a U.S. veteran. The Title IX coordinator at SCSU is Dr. Ellyn Bartges. For additional information, contact the Office of Institutional Equity & Access, (320) 308-5123, Admin. Services Bldg. Rm 102.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Position title:  Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice, Probationary/Tenure-Track

Salary:  Commensurate with qualifications and experience.

Date of appointment:  August 15, 2017

Description:  The Department of Criminal Justice Studies seeks to fill a full-time, probationary/tenure-track position beginning Fall 2017 at the Assistant Professor level. Our department comprises 7 colleagues dedicated to a student-centered, thesis-based, undergraduate program with two MS programs (http://www.stcloudstate.edu/criminaljustice/).

Responsibilities: 
Teaching load is 12 credits per semester; a mix of online, hybrid and classroom. This position centers on teaching law-based undergraduate and graduate-level courses (criminal law, criminal procedure) and other course responsibilities.

In order to be considered for tenure, the successful candidate will demonstrate the ability to: 1) teach and/or perform assignment effectively; 2) conduct scholarly achievement or research; 3) continue preparation and study in discipline; 4) contribute to student growth and development; and 5) provide service to the university and community (IFO Article 22, Section B).

*Employment for this position is covered by the collective bargaining agreement for the Inter Faculty Organization which can be found at: http://www.hr.mnscu.edu/contract_plans/documents/IFO_09_11_Contract.pdf


Qualifications and experience:

Required:
• An earned Juris Doctorate from a regionally accredited institution or equivalent international institution; applicants with a PhD or EdD only will not be considered.
• Evidence of ability to teach and work with culturally diverse populations.
• Candidates in possession of a terminal degree in the field of instruction must meet SCSU’s Standard Academic Preparation + Two Graduate Faculty Status Policy (http://www.stcloudstate.edu/graduatestudies/faculty/facModel.asp) that complies with Higher Learning Commission guidelines by providing two examples of scholarship (publications, presentations, and/or professional activity).

Preferred:
• Three (3) years of practitioner experience.
• Experience teaching criminal justice courses to traditional undergraduate and graduate students.
• Experience using electronic, Internet and distance learning technologies (e.g., Desire2Learn, Blackboard).
• Demonstrated success in teaching in-service criminal justice professionals.

Application Procedures:
To apply for this position, please continue the process via this website or directly at: http://agency.governmentjobs.com/stcloudstate/default.cfm 

Application Review begins immediately; position is open until filled. Only complete applications will be considered. A complete application will include the following:

• Cover Letter.
• Resume/Curriculum Vitae.
• Teaching Philosophy.
• Teaching Evaluations.
• Contact information for three (3) current, professional references.
• Copies of Transcript(s) (undergraduate/graduate/PhD); if advanced to finalist, official transcripts will be required.

Contact Information:
D. Lee Gilbertson, Search Committee Chair
Professor, Criminal Justice
Phone: 320-308-5771
E-mail: dlgilbertson@stcloudstate.edu

St. Cloud State University is an equal opportunity employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, sex, color, creed, religion, age, national origin, disability, marital status, status with regards to public assistance, sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, or status as a U.S. veteran. The Title IX coordinator at SCSU is Dr. Ellyn Bartges. For additional information, contact the Office of Institutional Equity & Access, (320) 308-5123, Admin. Services Bldg. Rm 102.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


SENIOR ASSOCIATE / PROJECT MANAGER POSITION, POLICE EXECUTIVE RESEARCH FORUM

 The Police Executive Research Forum (PERF), a leading national police research, technical assistance, and membership organization based in Washington, DC, seeks a senior-level project manager to join our team. 

PERF focuses on critical issues in policing, such as police use of force, new technologies in policing, violent crime trends, officer safety, victim issues, biased policing, evidence-based policing strategies, performance measurement, and community policing. PERF has earned a national reputation for identifying emerging trends and developing best practices. PERF has an excellent relationship with police agencies across the nation.

Responsibilities include: The successful candidate will work with a diverse team with responsibilities in the following areas: grant project administration and management; project design and management in collaboration with policing officials, other staff members and expert consultants; collecting data and performing analyses, writing reports and papers for publication, writing and managing proposals and grant applications; supervising project personnel; and providing assistance in financial and administrative aspects of ongoing research, technical assistance and demonstration projects.

Qualifications:  A Bachelor’s degree (Master’s or Ph.D. preferred) in criminology, sociology, political science, public administration, or related field, and practical program and grant management experience are required.  The applicant should have at least 10 years of work experience in positions of increasing responsibility in research, police management, or related project management. 

Candidates should have experience with the design and execution of social science research and/or demonstration projects, and knowledge of evidence-based policing practices.  Applicants should have an ability to present ideas, findings and recommendations effectively, both orally and in writing.  Knowledge of and practitioner experience in the substantive area of policing is a plus.

Candidates should be dynamic team leaders who are able to work constructively within a collaborative, fast-paced environment.  Demonstrated skills in time management, personal organization, and setting priorities are required in order to meet goals related to projects, proposals, and administrative tasks.

Applying for a position at PERF:  PERF offers competitive salaries and excellent benefits.

Send letter of interest, resume, and writing sample to PERF, Attn: Matt Harman, at mharman@policeforum.org

Application review will start immediately and continue until the position is filled. PERF is an equal opportunity employer that values and actively seeks diversity in the workforce. For more information about PERF, please see our website at www.PoliceForum.org.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

 

 

  Chief, Police Department

 

The City of Rio Rancho seeks a Chief of Police.  As the Director, this position is responsible for the overall administration of the Police, Code Enforcement, Animal Control, and Regional Communications Operation.  Requires a Bachelor’s Degree in Law Enforcement, Criminal Justice, Business Administration, or related field plus 10 years’ experience with a minimum of 5 years’ supervisory experience in the State, County, or Municipal level.  Free of felony convictions; U.S. Citizen.  The successful candidate will be a highly collaborative, experienced executive with a proven track record in a union environment and the ability to work with elected and appointed officials.  Salary $90,352K to $135,528K DOE.  Health and Dental are 80% paid for EE and family.  For details & to apply:  www.rrnm.gov and click on “Employment”.  M/F/EOE.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


City of New York
DEPARTMENT OF INVESTIGATION
Job Vacancy Notice
 
 
 
 


Civil Service Title: Confidential Investigator Title Code No: 31143
Unit: Office of Inspector General for the NYPD Work location: 80 Maiden Lane, Manhattan
Office Title: Investigator
Number of Positions: 1 Salary: $47,040.00 to $60,000.00
Commensurate with Experience


Job Description

The Department of Investigation’s Office of Inspector General for the New York Police Department (“Office” or
“OIG-NYPD”) is authorized to “investigate, review, study, audit and make recommendations relating to the
operations, policies, programs and practices,” of the NYPD, with the goals of enhancing effectiveness of the police
department, increasing public safety, protecting civil liberties and civil rights, and increasing the public’s confidence
in the police force.

OIG-NYPD is seeking an Investigator to conduct confidential and sensitive investigations into the operations,
policies, programs and practices of NYPD. Investigations may involve review of police reports, and related arrest
documentation; interviews with members of the public and law enforcement professionals; gathering and analysis of
evidence; investigative field operations; and other investigative tactics. Investigators will be expected to critically
analyze problems and deficiencies relating to operations of the NYPD and prepare well-organized, thorough written
investigative memos and sections of OIG-NYPD’s public reports. Responsibilities may also include screening and
investigating public complaints related to NYPD and/or involving individual members of NYPD and other
agencies. The successful Investigator candidate will be conscientious, self-motivated, and a creative thinker who is
able to perform effectively both independently and as part of a team.


Qualifications

  • A 4-year high school diploma or its educational equivalent and four years of satisfactory full-time experience in the field of investigation, auditing, law enforcement, security, inspection, or a related field; or
  • A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college; or
  • Education and/or experience equivalent to “1” or “2” above; and
  • Strong written and oral communication skills

 

Preferred Skills

  • Knowledge of, and demonstrated interest in, police accountability, law enforcement, criminal justice, and/or civil liberties and civil rights issues
  • Graduate or baccalaureate degree in the field of law, criminal justice, urban studies, public policy, public administration, social sciences, or other relevant field, or at three to five years of experience in an investigative or law enforcement role performing administrative, criminal, or internal investigations
  • Strong interpersonal skills and excellent judgment
  • Familiarity with New York City a plus
  • Valid New York State driver’s license
  • Excellent verbal and written communication skills
  • Strong analytical skills
  • Experience working with both government agencies and members of the public
  • Knowledge of Accurint, Lexis Nexis, E-Justice
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, PowerPoint)


To Apply:

All current City Employees may apply by going to Employee Self Service (ESS) http://cityshare/ess

Click on Recruiting Activities/Careers and Search for Job ID # 254600.

All other applicants, please go to www.nyc.gov/career/search and search for Job ID# 254600.

PLEASE DO NOT EMAIL, MAIL OR FAX YOUR RESUME TO DOI DIRECTLY.

New York City residency is generally required within 90 days of appointment. However, City Employees in
certain titles who have worked for the City for two continuous years may also be eligible to reside in Nassau, Suffolk,
Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, or Orange County. To determine if the residency requirement applies to you,
please discuss with the agency representative at the time of interview.
Appointments are subject to Office of Management & Budget approval for budgeted headcount.


Post Date: 08/17/2016                                                 Post Until 04/28/2017                                                               2017-032-254600


The City of New York is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

     

 

 

 


 

City of New York

DEPARTMENT OF INVESTIGATION

Office of the Inspector General for the NYPD

 

Civil Service Title: Deputy Inspector General Title Code No: 31144
Unit: Office of Inspector General for the NYPD Work location: 80 Maiden Lane, Manhattan
Office Title: Deputy Investigator General
Number of Positions: 1 Salary: $120,000.00 to $160,000.00
Commensurate with Experience

 

Job Description

The New York City Department of Investigation (“DOI”) is one of the oldest law enforcement agencies in the country with a mission of combating municipal corruption. It serves the People of New York City by acting as an independent and nonpartisan watchdog for New York City government, City agencies, and City employees, vendors with City contracts, individuals and entities that receive City funds.

 The Department of Investigation’s Office of Inspector General for the New York Police Department (“Office” or “OIG-NYPD”) is authorized to “investigate, review, study, audit and make recommendations relating to the operations, policies, programs and practices,” of the New York City Police Department (“NYPD”), with the goals of enhancing effectiveness of the police department, increasing public safety, protecting civil liberties and civil rights, and increasing the public’s confidence in the police force.

 The Deputy Inspector General will support the Inspector General by helping to oversee a multi-disciplinary office of investigators, policy analysts, auditors, attorneys, outreach staff, and support personnel in performing important investigations and analyses of various aspects of policing in New York City in a high-profile environment.

Working with the Inspector General and executive staff, as well as project leaders from the Office’s Investigative, Policy Analysis, Legal, and Outreach units, the Deputy Inspector General will be responsible for helping to structure and guide the Office’s investigations and analyses of various aspects of NYPD policies, practices, and operations in order to identify deficiencies, issue substantive public reports, and develop actionable recommendations for improvements at the NYPD.

 

Specific responsibilities of the Deputy Inspector General include:

 • Overseeing and guiding the office’s investigations, analyses, and evaluations of the NYPD and its practices and policies, including systemic reviews, complaints received from community and police stakeholders, and allegations of fraud, abuse, and misconduct.

• Managing the production of OIG-NYPD reports that are written clearly, concisely, and accurately, with practical and actionable recommendations for reform and remediation.

• Ensuring that proper quality control processes are in place to verify the accuracy of data, analyses, and findings included in OIG-NYPD reports.

• Recruiting, hiring, and managing OIG-NYPD staff, including ensuring that staff are properly trained and staying abreast of current policing and police accountability issues.

• Building and maintaining constructive relationships with the NYPD and other City and government officials, as well as community stakeholders, to obtain data, understand stakeholder concerns, and inform the public of OIG-NYPD’s work.

• Representing OIG-NYPD and its work in a variety settings, including meetings with and presentations to external groups and stakeholders.

• Maintaining an active familiarity with current policing issues, both at NYPD and nationwide, to identify possible areas of concern and topics for further review.

• Providing counsel and support to the Inspector General on a range of operational and strategic issues, including project direction, resource allocation, report deadlines, planning, and other strategic issues.

• Balancing a wide range of substantive and managerial projects with varying deadlines.

• Provide updates to the DOI’s Executive staff as required.

• Performing such other tasks related to the preparation, editing, and release of investigative and policy reports, as well as to the overall functioning of the office, as the Inspector General deems necessary to fulfill OIG-NYPD’s mandate.

 

Qualification Requirements

  1. A baccalaureate degree from an accredited college or university and four years of full-time experience in investigation, auditing, law enforcement, law security, management analysis, or in a major operational area of the agency to which the assignment is to be made; at least 18 months of which must have been in a supervisory, administrative, managerial or executive capacity, and the approval of the Commissioner of Investigation; or
  2. Education and/or experience equivalent to “1” above. However, all candidates must have the approval of the Commissioner of Investigation and 18 months of supervisory, administrative, managerial or executive experience; or 18 months of experience in the exercise of discretion and professional judgment in significant policy matters related to criminal justice or areas particularly relevant to the Office of the Inspector General to which the candidate would be assigned.

 

Preferred Skills

• Demonstrated excellent project management and organizational skills, with an ability to multi-task effectively, meet and enforce deadlines, and consistently work at a high level of competence, even in high-pressure situations.

• Strong interpersonal and people management skills, with sound judgment.

• Superb writing and editorial skills, with particular emphasis on the drafting and editing of substantive investigative and public policy reports.

• The ability to comprehend, synthesize, and communicate complex policy perspectives, legal issues, and analytical data in a clear, effective, and compelling manner to a broad audience.

• Flexibility to meet changing organizational needs in a young but evolving unit.

• Ability to focus on details as well as the big picture in tackling problems.

• Demonstrated ethics and sound judgment.

• Prior substantial experience in the fields of police accountability, law enforcement, civil rights, and/or criminal justice is strongly preferred.

• Knowledge of New York City government is a plus, but is not required.

 

To Apply:

All current City Employees may apply by going to Employee Self Service (ESS) http://cityshare/ess Click on Recruiting Activities/Careers and Search for the specific Job ID# 284943.

 

All other applicants, please go to www.nyc.gov/career/search and search for the specific Job ID#284943.

Please do not email, mail or fax your resume to DOI directly. Submissions of resumes does not guarantee an interview. Due to the high volume of resumes DOI receives for positions, only selected candidates will be contacted. New York City residency is generally required within 90 days of appointment. However, City Employees in certain titles who have worked for the City for two continuous years may also be eligible to reside in Nassau, Suffolk, Putnam, Westchester, Rockland, or Orange County. To determine if the residency requirement applies to you, please discuss with the agency representative at the time of interview. Appointments are subject to Office of Management & Budget approval for budgeted headcount.

http://www1.nyc.gov/assets/oignypd/downloads/pdf/CareerPostings/284943_DIG_OIGNYPD_DIG.pdf

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Detentions Administrator
Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office
Golden, Colorado

Hiring Salary Range $125,000 to $132,000

Deadline: April 30, 2017

Apply at www.krw-associates.com


The Position
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is seeking a career professional to lead the management and operations of the Jefferson County Detention Services Division. Historically, the Sheriff’s Office has assigned a Division Chief (Certified Peace Officer) to manage and administer the Detentions Division on a periodically rotated basis. This position is transitioning to a full-time Detentions Administrator, certified Peace Officer or non-certified, selected specifically for permanent assignment for jail administration. The Detentions Administrator will be hired by the Sheriff, report to the Undersheriff, and will serve as a member of the Sheriff’s Office Executive Team consisting of the Sheriff, Undersheriff, and three Division Chiefs. The Detentions Administrator (division chief equivalent) is assisted by two captains, five lieutenants, 25 sergeants and several civilian supervisors.

The Community
Jefferson County was organized in 1859 under the Colorado Territorial Legislature. In 1861 it became one of the 17 original counties in the Territory of Colorado. Jefferson County has evolved from a frontier agricultural and mining area into a thriving modern suburban, business, industrial, recreational and residential community. A three-person Board of County Commissioners, assisted by a County Manager, oversees the day-to-day county business. Twelve incorporated cities or towns lie completely or partially within Jefferson County, spread over 122 square miles. The population of those cities is nearing 350,000. Another 201,000 people reside in the unincorporated areas of the county that includes suburban and mountain areas spread over an additional 557 square miles. Jefferson County is “the Gateway to the Mountains” where the Great Plains meet the Rocky Mountains. County residents and visitors enjoy magnificent scenery in the country and abundant rolling grasslands, craggy rock formations, natural foothills, rugged mountains and tumbling streams. The County’s nationally recognized Open Space programs offers a variety of recreational opportunities. Partially within Jefferson County are Golden Gate Canyon State Park and Chatfield Recreation Area. Portions of three national forests; Pike, Roosevelt and Arapahoe lie within the southern and western areas of the County.

The Organization
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office (JCSO) was founded in November 1859 during the Pike’s Peak Gold Rush. The first election for sheriff was held nine months later in October 1860. Since then 38 individuals have been elected sheriff. The current Sheriff, Jeff Shrader, was sworn into office in January of 2015 and he oversees a department of 542 certified law enforcement deputies and 283 professional staff. The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is statutorily responsible for maintaining the county jail which is located within the JCSO headquarters building in Golden. The facility comprises 388,000 square feet with room for male and female detainees in separate housing modules. The physical plant consists of three towers: the first two opened in 1986 and a new third tower opened in 2000. Together they provide for a total capacity of about 1600 in minimum, medium, and maximum-security units and special housing areas. The jail is accredited through the American Correctional Association (ACA). The medical unit is accredited through the National Commission on Correctional Healthcare (NCCHC).

The Ideal Candidate
The Jefferson County Sheriff’s Office is seeking candidates with a demonstrated record of leadership and a commitment to participative management. Candidates must possess excellent knowledge of and progressive experience with innovative jail management “best practices” and Evidence Based programs and initiatives. The successful candidate must also have demonstrated success in partnering with many stakeholders and using data to effectively and efficiently operate the county jail. The Detentions Administrator will have a professional background that demonstrates experience and success managing jail populations and overcrowding, ACA and NCCHC Accreditation, risk management, contract administration, special population management, the mentally ill in detentions, Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA), and inmate medical care and health management.


Competencies and Personal Characteristics

  • Collaborator--be part of the executive team moving the Sheriff’s Office in the direction of sustainable and professional detentions management and operations.
  • Application of Evidence Based practices
  • Has a non-autocratic, participative leadership style.
  • Ability to effectively navigate complex situations involving a multitude of stakeholders. 
  • A reputation for honesty, being trustworthy, approachable, dependable, and an excellent communicator.
  • Experience in collaboration with the National Institute of Corrections and the Large Jail Network.
  • Advocate for technology to effectively utilize data driven decision making.
  • Knowledgeable in evidence based practices in detentions and how to implement them.
  • Decisive—makes decisions based on data analysis, staff input, experience, and professional judgment.
  • Consensus builder—both internally and with the varied detentions stakeholders.
  • Highly visible leader with confidence, command bearing and respect.
  • Demonstrated competencies in visionary, effective leadership of large and complex detention organizations
  • Demonstrated success building strong relationships of trust and accountability with employees, stakeholders, politicians and elected officials.
  • Excellent internal and external communication skills
  • Strong interpersonal skills, and a demonstrated commitment to being a good listener, being visible and approachable.
  • A strong and extensive background in budgeting.

Minimum Qualifications
The position requires a four-year college degree from an accredited college or university in Criminal Justice, Criminology, Corrections, Human Resources, Business Administration, or a related field. A Master’s Degree is desirable. Also required is a minimum 15 years of progressively responsible experience in Detentions or Corrections administration; a minimum of three years as Director; or a combination of experience and education that provides the necessary skill to be effective in this role. Applicants must possess a valid driver’s license at the time of application and for the duration of employment. Applicants are not required to be a peace officer, however if the successful candidate possesses a current State of Colorado POST certification or the ability to acquire the Colorado POST certification within one year of appointment, they will retain their peace officer designation.

Compensation
The hiring salary range is $125,000 to $132,000, depending on qualifications, with an excellent benefit package.

How to Apply
Applications will be accepted electronically from March 31, 2017 to April 30, 2017, by KRW Associates, LLC, apply@krw-associates.com and must include a cover letter, resume (with salary history) and 6 professional references. Jefferson County is an equal opportunity employer.
Questions
Questions should be directed to Ron Sloan (303)325-1113 or Jerry Williams (303)424-4267, KRW Associates Managing Partners also at info@krw-associates.com ,or Senior Associate Susan Eaton at info@krw-associates.com or (303) 377-9675.

 

 

 



Deputy Chief of Police
Fort Collins, Colorado

Salary Range- $135,890 to $144,967 DOQ

Deadline:  April 30, 2017

 

Apply at  https://fcgov.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=1139

 

The Opportunity

 

The Fort Collins Police Service is seeking a contemporary professional law enforcement leader. Candidates must have a demonstrated record of leadership founded upon the values of respect, integrity, service, and engagement.  Additionally, candidates must have a record of respect for diversity in the workplace along with a commitment to proactive, hands-on, participative management and possess excellent interpersonal, problem-solving, communication, and financial management skills.

 

Police Services seeks people who want to accept the challenge of reducing crime, reducing the fear of crime, and enhancing the quality of life in our community. If you are interested in working in partnership to protect and serve our community with professionalism, integrity, and honor, then Fort Collins Police Services is the place for you.

 

The successful candidate must have demonstrated achievement in community-policing and problem-solving utilizing data to reduce crime, disorder, and traffic problems. The next Deputy Chief of Police will have a varied professional background that demonstrates success in working with a diverse community and modeling a collaborative style both within and outside the agency.

 

The Position

 

  • Has historically been appointed as a member of the Executive Team (Assistant/Deputy Chiefs and Director) from within the ranks of the department.  This announcement opens the process to eligible law enforcement leaders nationwide. 
  • Is appointed by, and reports to, the Chief of Police. 
  • Will join two other Deputy Chiefs, one non-sworn Director, the Assistant Chief, and the Chief of Police to comprise the Department’s Executive Staff.   
  • Serves in one of three Sworn Divisions of Police Services.  Those Divisions include: Patrol, Community & Special Services, and Criminal Investigations.
  • Participates in the collaborative executive leadership of the agency while having direct responsibility for the overall planning, direction, budget, coordination, discipline, and evaluation of an assigned Division. 
  • Is required to serve as the Acting Chief of Police in the absence of the Chief and Assistant Chief.
  • Represents the Chief of Police and Police Services at a variety of community meetings and Fort Collins City Council meetings.
  • Interacts with other City departments to further City-wide goal accomplishment.
  • Leads and coordinates groups on a variety of issues within the Division, Agency, and City.
  • Must be able to render credible testimony in judicial and administrative proceedings.
  • Must reside within 5 miles of the City limits.

 

The Community

 

Located in Northern Colorado, Fort Collins is home to Colorado State University, many technological firms and an outstanding public school system.  Nestled at the base of the Rocky Mountains, Fort Collins offers exciting recreational opportunities, unique cultural offerings, and is a regional center for employment and shopping.

During the year, live music and entertainment, as well as great local dining, is available throughout the historic downtown area. Fort Collins offers the convenience of a small town with all the amenities of a larger city.

This rapidly urbanizing community operates under a sophisticated and comprehensive development plan and is a full-service city offering more than 600 acres of parks and 20 miles of off-street recreation trails. With a population of 158,600, residents enjoy an average of 300 days of sunshine each year and access to natural areas, golf courses, recreation centers and public transit. If you are seeking the Colorado lifestyle, in and a community in which you can reinvent and reinvigorate yourself, then Fort Collins is your city.

 

The Organization

 

Fort Collins Police Services is a progressive and professional organization, currently employing approximately 205 officers and 100 civilian staff with a budget in excess of $35 million.  Fort Collins Police Services is accredited through the Colorado Association of Chiefs of Police and its communication center is an Accredited Center of Excellence in Emergency Medical Dispatch (EMD) by the International Academies of Emergency Dispatch.

 

 

 

Our vision is to make Fort Collins the safest community in the nation through professional and compassionate police services.  We focus on our values of respect, integrity, service, and engagement as we serve the community and promote the safe and equitable treatment of citizens.  The City of Fort Collins is a great place to work and is known as an employer of choice to attract, retain, engage, develop, and reward a diverse and competitive workforce to meet the needs of the community now and in the future.

 

Competencies and Personal Characteristics

 

  • Honest and Accountable.
  • Collaborative work style with an ability to be part of the Agency’s Executive Staff.
  • Experience identifying required changes and leading an organization through implementation.
  • Political acumen—ability to effectively maneuver complex political situations.
    • Master’s degree in a related field from an accredited college or university required.
    • Must be a recognized peace officer who has served at the rank (or equivalent) of sergeant and/or lieutenant in a law enforcement related field with the ability to become a sworn member of Fort Collins Police Services.  
    • Must have a minimum of 7 years of progressively responsible supervisory/management experience.
    • Valid Colorado driver's license (or the ability to obtain one within 30 days of selection/hire).
    • Colorado POST certified Peace Officer or certifiable within one year of selection/hire.
    • Executive Law Enforcement Training Highly Preferred:
      • Police Executive Research Forum-Senior Management Institute for Police,
      • FBI-National Academy, or
      • Similar Command College.

 

  • Aptitude for creating partnerships that improve community health and safety.
  • Demonstrated competencies in visionary, effective, and engaged police leadership.
  • Exceptional organizational and management skills.
  • Extensive experience in the components of contemporary policing practices in an active community.
  • Experience and demonstrated success building strong relationships of trust, mutual understanding, and accountability with Executive Staff peers, employees of the Agency, City officials, members of the community, and regional partners.
  • Demonstrated ability to collaborate well with members of a collective bargaining unit.
  • Excellent internal and external communication skills.
  • A demonstrated commitment to department-wide equity and inclusiveness beginning with personal cultural awareness and sensitivity.
  • Strong interpersonal skills and a demonstrated commitment to being visible, available, and approachable within the department and in the community.
  • A genuine commitment to leading an open and transparent police department.
  • A proven commitment to staff development and progressive department-wide training that is consistent with and responsive to the needs of the community.
  • Demonstrated ability to establish outcome based objectives using a data driven approach to improvement, quality assurance, and policing.

 

Minimum Qualifications

 

 Compensation

 

The salary range is $135,890 - $144,967 depending on qualifications, with an excellent benefit package including: 

 

  • Take-home (assigned) vehicle
  • Issued firearms
  • Issued uniforms and clothing allowance
  • Medical Insurance
  • Dental Insurance
  • Vision Insurance
  • Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Paid Sick Leave 
  • Paid Holidays (9 designated days) 
  • Paid Vacation 
  • Life Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Fitness Program with Awards
  • Back-up Child & Adult Care & Referral Service

 

How to Apply

 

Applications will be accepted electronically from March 31, 2017 to April 30, 2017 at  

 

https://fcgov.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?id=1139 and must include a cover letter, resume (with salary history) and 6 professional references.  The City of Fort Collins an equal opportunity employer.

 

Questions

 

Questions should be directed to Ron Sloan, KRW Associates Managing Partner at info@krw-associates.comor (303)325-1113 or Senior Associate Susan Eaton at info@krw-associates.com or (303) 377-9675.

 

 

 


Williston, Vermont
Chief of Police
 

 The Town of Williston, Vermont is seeking full-time professional to manage the Police Department with 17 full-time police officers, two full-time dispatchers, one full-time administrative assistant and one full-time Community Justice Director.  The budget for fiscal year 2018 was approved at $2,157,170.  Williston is a growing, progressive community with a residential population of 9,200 and a daytime population of 18,000.  Applicant must have a minimum of 5 to 8 years increasing responsible experience including several years of command level experience in a comparably sized department or larger.  An Associate’s degree or greater is required and applicant must be capable of obtaining certification as a Vermont police officer.  Current salary range is $63,800 to $91,700.  To apply, please submit a cover letter and resume as PDF file by email to the Town Manager at rmcguire@willistonvt.org.  For more information call 802-878-0919 or visit our web site (http://town.williston.vt.us).  The position is open until filled but the preferred filing deadline for completed applications is April 28, 2017. EOE

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute

                   Director of Public Safety and Emergency Management

     

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute, the nation’s oldest and among the top-ranked private, technological research universities, invites nominations and applications for the position of Director of Public Safety and Emergency Management.

 Under the leadership of President Shirley Ann Jackson, Ph.D., Rensselaer offers degrees from five schools: Engineering; Science; Architecture; Humanities, Arts, and Social Sciences; and, the Lally School of Management, as well as an interdisciplinary degree in Information Technology.  The Institute provides rigorous, engaging, interactive learning environments and campus-wide opportunities for leadership, collaboration and creativity.

 Rensselaer currently enrolls 5,781 undergraduates and 1,109 graduate students in residential programs.

 About the Position

 Under the supervision of the Vice President for Administration, the Director of Public Safety and Emergency Management will lead and direct all campus-wide programs and activities related to campus safety and emergency management. The incumbent is responsible for providing leadership and expertise in the development and implementation of a comprehensive campus-wide Public Safety and Emergency Management programs to ensure the safety and security and welfare of all members within the campus community.  The incumbent will develop and execute comprehensive Public Safety Protocols and practices for security, safety, and emergency management incidents. In addition, the incumbent will provide educational awareness and crime prevention; ensure security for special events, coordinate public safety activities with various city, county, state and federal law enforcement agencies when appropriate, and oversee a wide range of safety, public safety, emergency management, and services, which include responding to incidents or accidents, medical or fire emergencies, and requests for public assistance. The Director will leverage existing technology and assist in the design and implementation of new systems and technologies to enhance the safety and emergency management protocols and practices for the academic community.

 Essential functions of the position include: 

  • Consults with and advises the Vice President for Administration on matters related to the safety and security of the Institute, policies and administrative issues and challenges. Keeps the Vice President for Administration informed of public safety and emergency management trends and developments both internally and externally. 
  • Enforces federal, state, local laws and Rensselaer rules and regulations in order to provide a safe environment for students, faculty, staff and visitors at all Rensselaer locations. Serve as liaison with federal, state, and local law enforcement agencies; maintain and nurture positive and interactive relationships to achieve the public safety goals of Rensselaer. 
  • Develops a fiscal year performance plan and operating budget that reflects the priorities and needs of the Department of Public Safety and Emergency Management.  Implements Division protocols and practices for expenditure tracking and controls. 
  • Oversees the recruitment, selection, development and evaluation of 40 staff. 
  • Partners with the Director of Environmental Health and Safety & Risk Management in the development and coordination of Homeland Security and Emergency Preparedness plans and comprehensive protocols for the Institute.   
  • Directs the investigation, resolution, and communication of criminal incidents, oversees crime prevention, educations and awareness programs; victim counseling, support and services; public and community relations; and emergency preparedness and medical response. 
  • Consults with cooperating agencies to provide for effective public safety and emergency management operations; ensures that the usage of Rensselaer facilities are safe and secure at all times, and leads the development of appropriate physical security protection systems for all facilities in collaboration with design, engineering, and project management staff. 
  • Oversees the administration and extension of the Access Control System, including vehicle access control to the campus; ensures appropriate policy development for public safety, emergency and risk management. 
  • Develops and maintains operational capabilities required for patrol and response to a nuclear reactor in accordance with Nuclear Regulatory Commission standards. 
  • Instructs Institute leaders; direct reports; and volunteers during an campus emergency event; and acts as a liaison for external public safety, police, and public relations agencies; coordinates transportation of internal and external constituencies during campus events. 

Qualifications

 A bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice or related field is required. A Master's degree and advanced law enforcement executive training is preferred. At least 10 years of law enforcement management experience, with 5 years or more in a supervisory capacity at the command level (lieutenant or above), in a medium or large policing environment with demonstrated progressively increasing responsibilities is also required. Experience in building cooperative working relationships with a wide range of constituencies and experience in the development of new service or programmatic initiatives in conjunction with other areas outside of their immediate department; a working knowledge of National Incident Management System (NIMS) and Incident Command System (ICS) protocols, and experience in developing emergency operation plans and Incident Action Plans are required. Requisite skills also include the ability to interact effectively with diverse populations in a positive and empowering manner; strong written, verbal, and group communication skills; organizational and management skills including budget management, strategic planning, evaluation and assessment, time management, statistical analysis; and problem solving. Past professional experience on a college or university campus, building strong relationships between police, the university community, and campus departments is preferred.

 How to Apply

 Interested individuals should send a letter describing their interest in and qualifications for the position, a resume, and contact information including email addresses for five references. The packet should be sent electronically to DPSRPI@wspelman.com. The subject line in the email should be DPSRPI

Confidential inquiries will be received at 585.366.4329. The process will continue until the position is filled. 

Rensselaer Polytechnic Institute has a strong institutional commitment to diversity and is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

City of Sacramento, California
Chief of Police

 

A national search is underway to attract highly qualified candidates to lead the Sacramento Police Department. This is an incredible opportunity for a proven reform-minded leader to guide this dynamic city through comprehensive and positive changes that build community trust and ensure public safety; with strong civic and community support, meaningful changes are underway. Top candidates will have a stellar career history with experience successfully managing organizational changes and advancing collaboratively-crafted, comprehensive reforms as typified by those recommended by the President’s 21st Century Policing Task Force. Sacramento Police Department has a FY2016-2017 budget of $132 million, 751 sworn officers, and 301 civilian employees. Requires 8 years of broad and extensive supervisory experience in municipal police work, including at least two years at the Command Level. Ideally, experience will have been gained in a metropolitan jurisdiction (population 250,000 or greater). Experience working with labor unions is vital. A Bachelor’s degree is required; Master’s degree is preferred. Completion of FBI National Academy, California Command College, or other recognized Executive Leadership training is a plus. This at-will position has a competitive salary DOQ and is augmented by excellent benefits including CalPERS retirement. Interested candidates should apply by May 8, 2017 by submitting a compelling cover letter, comprehensive resume, and current salary to apply@ralphandersen.com. Confidential inquiries welcomed to Ms. Heather Renschler or Chief Gary Peterson (Retired) at (916) 630-4900. Detailed brochure available at www.ralphandersen.com.

 

 

 

 

 


New River Valley Emergency Communications Regional Authority

 seeks a new

EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR

 (Starting salary range negotiable DOQ/E + a competitive benefits)

 Located in Southwest Virginia, along the magnificent Blue Ridge Mountains and the New River, the New River Valley Emergency Communications Regional Authority provides quality and reliable 911 dispatch and emergency communication services to the area encompassing Montgomery County, the Towns of Blacksburg and Christiansburg, and Virginia Tech. The Authority services an area of about 393 square miles with a total population of approximately 98,000 people.  Blacksburg and Christiansburg – the second and fourth largest towns in Virginia – offer all the luxuries you would expect to find in a metropolitan area: great shopping and dining, an emerging arts and music scene, vibrant neighborhoods, award-winning public transit system and a quality education system.

 Under general direction from the Board, the Executive Director is responsible for administrative and operational oversight and management of the Authority.  The position supports the Board by advising board members on Authority matters, acting as the liaison between the Board and staff, and ensuring the Board’s strategic goals are met.  The Executive Director is tasked with managing the day-to-day operations of the Center and establishing short and long term priorities to enhance the delivery of service and the effectiveness of the Authority.   It is the responsibility of the Executive Director to propose an annual budget and prudently manage the Authority’s fiscal resources. 

 The ideal candidate should have knowledge and experience with emergency communications principles and practices; significant proven leadership with several years in related senior management positions; as well as experience with administration of a comprehensive budget.

 Requirements include: bachelor’s degree in business or public administration, communication, management and supervision, or a related field of study. A combination of education and experience may be considered in lieu of a 4-year degree. Extensive experience with a similar organization with proven leadership skills, and exceptional interpersonal skills. The candidate is expected to have extensive knowledge of recent industry trends and best practices relating to emergency communication and 911 response systems.

 Qualified candidates should submit their cover letter and resume online by visiting our website at https://waters-company.recruitmenthome.com/postings/1325. This position is open until filled; however, interested applicants are strongly encouraged to apply no later than May 1, 2017. For more information, please contact Miguel Ozuna at mozuna@waters-company.com or 214.842.6478.

The New River Valley Emergency Communications Regional Authority is an equal opportunity employer.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


CITY OF RED OAK
POLICE DEPARTMENT

NOTICE OF EMPLOYMENT EXAMINATION

Date of Exam: June 3rd, 2017

The Red Oak Police Department is seeking applicants for:

POLICE OFFICER

Starting pay for a Police Officer is $43,000.00 annually (upon completion of the Police Academy.) Lateral entry program up to $46,235.00 DOQ.
Applications will be accepted until May 26th, 2017, at 5:00 pm. All forms are on our web site: http://www.redoaktx.org. Please mail or drop off applications to: The City of Red Oak Municipal Center, Attn: HR Dept., 200 Lakeview Parkway, Red Oak, TX, 75154. Please DO NOT fax or submit applications online. All applicants that submit a completed application package will be notified of the test date(s).


DUTIES & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Officers will be required to fulfill all duties of a Police Officer including making arrests, running, climbing, sitting and standing for long hours and writing legible and articulate reports. Applicants will also be required to have excellent communication skills and the ability to interact with the public in a positive manner.

Salary: Beginning Police Officer $43,000.00 annually, DOE, plus benefits.
Salary: Lateral Police Officer $46,245.00 DOQ, plus benefits.
(Dependent upon qualification review by the Chief of Police)
Closing Date Friday, May 26th, 2017, at 5:00 p.m.
Mailed Applications Must be postmarked by May 26th, 2017, at 5:00 p.m.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Must be a U.S. citizen, at least 20 years of age
2. Must hold a Basic Peace Officer’s License issued by Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE)
OR
Must meet all legal requirements necessary to become eligible for future licensing by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE). [Preference will be given to applicants that are currently certified through the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.
3. High School Diploma or G.E.D. Certificate
4. DD214 for U.S. military service
5. Visual acuity in both eyes, correctable to at least 20/20 binocular vision
6. Valid driver license with acceptable driving record
7. Computer literate
8. Must meet all physical requirements

IMMEDIATE DISQUALIFIERS:
1. NEVER convicted of, nor placed on deferred adjudication for:
a. any Felony or Class A misdemeanor
b. a Class B misdemeanor within the last 10 years, and no admission of the commission of a Class B misdemeanor within the last 5 years
2. four or more Class C misdemeanors in the last 10 years and none within the last 12 months
3. NO more than three (3) convictions of hazardous traffic violations in the last twenty-four (24) months. (Does not include "Deferred Adjudication" or "Driver’s Safety Course.")
4. Suspended driver's license at time of application
5. Domestic violence conviction
6. Must not be prohibited by law from possessing firearms or ammunition
7. Drug History involving:
a. Use of Marijuana two (2) years or less from application date, or
b. Use of any other illegal substance ten (10) years or less from application date
c. Use of any hallucinogenic drug
d. Sale or distribution of any illegal substances, or
e. Extensive use of any drug that amounts to more than minimal experimentation

Possible Disqualifiers:
The following is a list of behaviors/histories that may also disqualify an applicant, but the final
decision will be made by the Chief or his designee:

• Poor credit history
• Lesser degree misdemeanor conviction
• Poor driving record
• Arrest history
• Previous warrants
• Any behavior which demonstrates a lack of high moral character

Police Officer Application Process

1. WRITTEN EXAMINATION WILL BE CONDUCTED ON 6/3/2017
The Law Enforcement Validated Entry Level (L.E.V.E.L.) Test was developed in Texas for use in selecting candidates for Texas Peace Officer positions, and has been validated using a content validation strategy under the guidelines set forth by the Equal Employment Opportunity Commission and the America Psychological Association. The test is designed to measure candidates job-related skills based on a state-wide analysis of data from Texas Peace Officers in large, medium and small enforcement agencies representing Municipal, County, University, College and Airport Police.

Police Applicant Preparation Guides may be obtained from Bannon and Associates for a nominal fee of $10.50 each for electronic (email version) or mailed to a specified location of your choice for $13.00.

Bannon & Associates http://www.bannonandassociates.com/testing.php#police 

11402 Hornsby
Austin, TX 78753 OR Email: bannon.assoc@sbcglobal.net
PHONE: 512.873.7931 or 512.873.7974 (FAX)
214.228.5782 or 214.889.9933 (FAX)
PLEASE NOTE: Prep guides ordered by email may take up to 24 hours (or 48 hours if ordered on weekends or holidays) to arrive in your inbox. Don’t wait until the last minute to order your guide!

Written Exam Location:
Red Oak Municipal Center
200 Lakeview Parkway
Red Oak, TX 75154

Date: June 3rd, 2017
Registration Time: 0800-0825 hours (must present identification matching applicant submittal)
Testing Time: 0830 hours sharp start time - doors will be locked
Testing Dress Attire: Business casual dress and athletic attire for job-task simulation assessment test after a passing score on the written examination. Candidates who do not pass the written examination will not proceed to the job-task simulation assessment test.

2. JOB-TASK SIMULATION ASSESSMENT TEST WILL BE CONDUCTED ON 6/3/2017
The Red Oak Police Department recognizes the importance of physical fitness and its relationship to job performance. The Job-Task Simulation Assessment Test is given to all candidates who pass the written entrance exam, to ensure that each candidate can perform the rigorous duties and obligations that police officers are called upon to perform. The series of tests in the Job-Task Simulation Assessment are the same for men and women and cannot be modified or changed. Applicants will be required to wear a twelve pound (12 lb.) weighted vest when performing the job-task simulation assessment to simulate the weight of a police officer’s equipment.

Note: There is no re-test day for assessment; one re-start is permitted; participants must complete each of the tasks to receive an overall score.

Pursuit and Subdue
• Open the car door and exit the vehicle on a whistle
• Run 95 yards
• Weave through 8 traffic cones placed 20 feet apart
• Run 105 yards
• Climbs or vaults a 5 foot solid face wooden wall
• Run 105 yards
• Jump a 4 foot horizontal ditch
• Run 55 yards and crawl under two (2), 2 foot high traffic barricades placed 3 feet apart, then run 55 yards
• Roll 160 pound dummy into a prone position and crosses hands behind their back to simulate hand cuffing which is the finish position
• Grab a 165 pound dummy
• Drag dummy 35 feet to the finish position

3. ISSUANCE OF PERSONAL HISTORY STATEMENT TO BE COMPLETED BY DEADLINE

4. PERSONAL HISTORY STATEMENT REVIEW

5. ORAL REVIEW BOARD: SCHEDULED AFTER PHS REVIEW

6. BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION: CONDUCTED AFTER REVIEW BOARD

7. PSYCHOLOGICAL EVALUATION: SCHEDULED AFTER COMPLETED BACKGROUND

8. POLYGRAPH EXAMINATION: SCHEDULED AFTER COMPLETED BACKGROUND

9. DRUG TESTING: SCHEDULED AFTER COMPLETED BACKGROUND

10. MEDICAL EXAMINATION: SCHEDULED AFTER COMPLETED BACKGROUND

11. ANY OTHER FOLLOW UP INVESTIGATIONS DEEMED NECESSARY

The City of Red Oak is an Equal Opportunity Employer. The Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986 requires the City of Red Oak to hire only U.S. citizens and lawfully authorized alien workers. Employability verification will be required of prospective employees.

 

 


City of Dallas, Texas
Chief of Police

A national search is underway to attract highly qualified candidates to lead the Dallas Police Department. This is a rare and incredible opportunity to lead one of the nation’s top law enforcement agencies. Dallas seeks a strong leader who will inspire the Department, embrace the community, and work collaboratively to build on past efforts to implement comprehensive and positive changes that build community trust and ensure public safety. With a 2016-2017 budget of $510 million, Dallas Police Department employs more than 3,300 sworn officers and 600 civilian employees. The ideal candidate will be a visionary leader with the ability to implement best practices and communicate the need to continue systemic changes and create a culture of continuous improvement. A Bachelor’s degree along with 7 years of command experience at the highest levels in a large municipal police department is required; a Master’s degree and completion of advanced police management coursework is considered a plus. This at-will position has a compensation that is market competitive. Candidates should also be aware that the State of Texas does not impose a state income tax. Interested candidates should apply by June 2, 2017 by submitting a compelling cover letter, comprehensive resume, and current salary to apply@ralphandersen.com. This recruitment will comply with the State of Texas public disclosure/open record laws. Confidential inquiries welcomed to Chief Gary Peterson (Retired), Chief Greg Nelson (Retired), or Ms. Heather Renschler at (916) 630-4900. Detailed brochure available at www.ralphandersen.com.

 

 

 

 

 


CHICAGO HIDTA Program

High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area

CONTRACT POSITION ANNOUNCEMENT

 

LOCATION:                                   Chicago, Illinois

CONTRACT POSITION:               Chicago HIDTA Investigative Support Center Co-Manager

ANNUAL COMPENSATION:       $113,532.00

CLOSING DATE:                           May 12, 2017

PROGRAM SUMMARY:

High Intensity Drug Trafficking Areas (HIDTA) are regions designated by the Director of the Office of National Drug Control Policy (ONDCP) that have critical drug trafficking problems that adversely impact the United States.  The HIDTA program provides assistance to federal, state, and local agencies in accordance with the goals and objectives contained in the President’s National Drug Control Strategy.  The mission of the HIDTA program is to enhance and coordinate America's drug-control efforts among local, state and Federal law enforcement agencies in order to eliminate or reduce drug trafficking and its harmful consequences in critical regions of the United States. The mission includes coordination efforts to reduce the production, manufacturing, distribution, transportation and chronic use of illegal drugs, as well as the attendant money laundering of drug proceeds.  The Chicago High Intensity Drug Trafficking Area (HIDTA) was designated in 1995 and incorporates Cook, Will, Kendall, and Grundy Counties.  

 POSITION SUMMARY:

The Chicago HIDTA Investigative Support Center (ISC) Co-Manager is an independent contractor that is responsible to the Chicago HIDTA Executive Director and Executive Board on policy and program related issues. The Investigative Support Center Co-Manager works in coordination with a supervisory federal agency representative. Their duties include Initiative administration and management as specified by the Chicago HIDTA Executive Board, through their designee the Chicago HIDTA Executive Director. 

 The HIDTA Executive Director is responsible for all aspects of the program. The Investigative Support Center Manager directs all aspects of the Chicago HIDTA Investigative Support Center which is staffed by HIDTA funded analysts and analysts from participating agencies. The ISC Manager ensures continuity of specific operations, and compliance with HIDTA program priorities, objectives and requirements.  The ISC Manager is a member of the HIDTA Executive Director’s staff and provides staff level services to include; management of designated program operations; program evaluation and analysis; intelligence policy adherence and oversight; effective management of personnel; outreach, liaison, and coordination to law enforcement agencies and fusion centers in the Chicago HIDTA region; liaison with intelligence coordinators locally, regionally, and nationally. This position ensures compliance with HIDTA priorities, objectives, outputs and desired outcomes.  The ISC Manager assists the Executive Director as required to achieve the HIDTA program’s vision and mission.

 RESPONSIBILITIES:

The Investigative Support Center Manager 

  • co-Manages the overall operation of the Chicago HIDTA Investigative Support Center.
  • coordinates the activities of federal, state, and local Criminal Research Analysts assigned to the C-HIDTA ISC.
  • ensures the C-HIDTA ISC is in compliance with Criminal Intelligence Systems Operating Polices under 28 CFR Part 23.
  • is designated as the Chicago HIDTA Deconfliction Coordinator; monitors and coordinates the C-HIDTA deconfliction function in order to provide optimal service to C-HIDTA initiatives and participating agencies through system evaluation and analysis.
  • Is responsible for managing the Investigative Support Center staff in the production of required annual and periodic reports such as the annual Threat Assessment, Strategy, and other strategic and tactical intelligence and information documents.
  • is designated as the primary C-HIDTA intelligence liaison with national, regional, and local intelligence managers from other HIDTAs and law enforcement agencies.
  • plans for future requirements, submits a yearly ISC budget, and develops short, medium and long term plans to meet the Chicago HIDTA’s Intelligence Support Center’s mission;
  • fosters, develops and maintains cooperative partnerships with federal, state and local agencies and institutions to promote and enhance communications between C-HIDTA programs and initiatives.
  • periodically represents the C-HIDTA program and Director by participating in law enforcement meetings and community forums in furtherance of the HIDTA mission.
  • assists the Director as required with overall program administrative issues which may include drafting and responding to ONDCP-HIDTA correspondence, reviewing, planning, organizing, and implementing programmatic changes, analyzing and suggesting solutions to management issues plus oversight and analysis of enforcement and support initiative budgets.
  • is responsible for investigative case support assignment and management.
  • manages the production and dissemination of the Chicago HIDTA newsletter.
  • identifies investigative support resources to enhance the effectiveness and efficiency of the Chicago HIDTA Investigative Support Center.
  • develops and implements performance metrics for intelligence analysts assigned to the Chicago HIDTA Investigative Support Center. 
  • performs other duties as required to achieve the Chicago HIDTA mission.

 QUALIFICATIONS:

 Minimum Requirements

  • a bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, public administration or a similarly related discipline from an accredited college or university, or a combination of law enforcement and analytical experience, training and education that would likely provide the knowledge, skills and abilities required for the position;
  • at least ten years of recent experience in a law enforcement or criminal justice agency or program;
  • extensive knowledge of law enforcement operations focused on drug and gang related crime and criminal investigations;
  • understanding of federal, state and local guidelines, applicable laws, regulations, policies and procedures affecting criminal intelligence collection and dissemination;
  • good working knowledge of; Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, Outlook and website management;
  • strong project management, coordination and implementation skills;
  • proficiency in data collection, analysis and interpretation;
  • a valid driver’s license;
  • the ability to obtain a top secret, federal level security clearance;
  • a willingness and ability to travel occasionally for training, meetings and other program needs;
  • excellent interpersonal skills to include verbal and written;
  • excellent presentation skills;
  • the ability to exercise discretion and maintain confidentiality;
  • the ability to work independently and set priorities to meet the demands of the position;
  • the ability to establish and modify priorities; and,
  • the ability to represent the Chicago HIDTA professionally in all encounters with Chicago HIDTA partners, constituents, and stakeholders.

 Preferred Attributes: 

  • Previous experience in an investigative support or fusion center type setting.
  • Five (5) years or more of supervisory experience.
  • Knowledge and experience working with law enforcement databases such as, NADDIS, EPIC, FINCEN, NIBIN, etc

 APPOINTMENT: 

This position is federally funded on an annual basis. The Investigative Support Center Co-Manager will serve as an independent contractor and not as an agent or employee of an agency. The Investigative Support Center Co- Manager will report to the Chicago HIDTA Executive Director who will oversee the ISC Co-Manager’s personal services contract.  This appointment and each or any subsequent appointments are subject to review and approval of the Chicago HIDTA Executive Board.  The selected applicant must be able to pass a background investigation and obtain a Federal Top-Secret level security clearance.

 The compensation package is the equivalent of Federal GS-13, step 1 (presently $92,632) with 20% added in lieu of fringe benefits ($18,526).

 PROCESS: 

Submissions will be reviewed and selected applicants will be interviewed by a committee of Chicago HIDTA Executive Board members. The Chicago HIDTA Executive Board will choose the best qualified candidate for the position.

 APPLICATION:

Interested parties should submit a cover letter and resume to:

 Nicholas Roti

Executive Director

Chicago HIDTA

 at: 

  nroti@chicago-hidta.org

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 


 Porter County, Indiana

Employment Opportunity


POSTING DATE: April 20, 2017

POSITION: Executive Director, Porter County Communications (911) & Office of Emergency Management

APPLICATION CLOSING DATE: Postmarked on May 12, 2017

Position Summary

Under direction of Porter County Commissioners, serves as the chief administrative officer for Porter County Dispatch Center (C-Comm 911) and Porter County Emergency Management Agency. Provides leadership, strategic planning and support to develop, implement, and evaluate effective procedures and programs ensuring Porter County resident’s safety.
Minimum Qualifications

Education
Bachelor’s degree (accredited college or university) in business, public administration, information technology, or related field is desired. Advanced professional development training advantageous.

Experience
Seven to ten years of progressively responsible experience preferably in public safety communications in senior managerial position within multi-jurisdictional environment.

Integrity
Models and acts in an honest, fair, and ethical manner. Shows consistency in words and actions. Models high standards of ethics.

Leadership
Possess well-developed leadership skills that demonstrate ability to make difficult, timely and periodically unpopular decisions. Support and implement subordinate employees’ suggestions and ideas as appropriate. Develop and sustain strong collaborative county, municipal and private organization partnerships.

Problem Solving
Flexible approach to problem solving; seeks all alternatives; potential consequences; and, receptive to suggestions of others prior to decisions.


Certifications
Completion or complete following employment:
• Requisite State of Indiana 911 and Emergency Management certifications;
• IS-100; IS-200.b; IS-251; IS-700; IS-802; and, IS-951; and,
• NENA ENP & NENA Center Manager certification


Essential Functions
• Support Porter County Incident Command and Emergency Management Systems in preparedness, response and recovery efforts.
• Maintain 24/7 accessibility/availability to respond to emergencies, exercises and related activities.
• Adjust work assignment/schedule during emergencies.
• Perform related duties required/assigned by Porter County Commissioners.

Communication Skills
Communicate orally and verbally effectively to wide array of audiences; maintain environment promoting communication between all parties. Client-oriented; provide consistent, effective information and feedback to constituent agencies that ensures high quality of service.

Delegation
Assign and monitor assigned work using subordinates to maximize personal performance.

Ethical Conduct
Create culture where integrity and ethics are the norm; conform to the Porter County Ethics Policy; maintain highest degree of confidentiality; and, strict adherence to privacy laws.

Fiscal Management
Accurate, concise reporting, management, monitoring and projection of organizational fiscal condition; and, knowledge of current funding/legislative changes impacting operations.

Interaction with County Commissioners
Keep County Commissioners apprised of activities; goals; objectives; opportunities; emerging problems; and, goals and objectives progress. Prompt responsiveness to Commissioners.

Interpersonal Skills
Genuine interest exhibited by words and actions to provide quality customer service; function cooperatively in a group; recognize other’s feelings; and, exhibit composure, patience, and diplomacy.

Job Knowledge/Professional Development
Solid understanding of all aspects of the position. Take self-initiated action to acquire new knowledge and skills.

Leadership
Knowledge-based and visionary. Values people. Awareness of and action to address internal cultural issues. Assertive and self-confident. Insightful, motivating, and constructive feedback, coaching, and guidance. Promote creativity and staff teamwork. Timely work rule enforcement.

Management/Supervision
Recruit, select, and develop highly functioning leadership team. Consistent with employee interactions. Foster an innovative environment. Ensure minimal gaps in vacant positions.

Planning/Organizational Skills
Anticipate and analyze problems. Map effective solutions; take preventative measures.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

• Emergency communications equipment, systems, procedures, and practices.
• Organizational exposures to accidental loss and establish risk management policies and procedures.
• Develop and implement plans that address natural disasters and/or emergencies; plan and carry out programs; develop local resources; and, coordinate and direct resources during emergencies and disasters.
• Applicable federal, State of Indiana, local laws, rules, regulations, codes, and/or statutes; professional standards related emergency 911 and emergency management.
• Experience in direct oversight of consolidation/merger of operations.
• 800 MHz system implementation and major infrastructure upgrade.

Administration
Assure system policy and procedure directives are current; adherence by personnel; and, perceives impact and implications of decisions.

Develop Others
Provide perpetual feedback and learning opportunities through formal and informal methods.

Emergency Management
Plan and study organizational readiness of prevention, protection, recovery plans for emergency operations.

Emergency Planning
Maintain comprehensive all-hazards emergency operations plan and conduct annual countywide drills to test and adjust plans. Collaborate with federal, state, county, local and private partners.

Human Capital Management
Build and manage workforce based on organizational goals, budget considerations, and staffing needs.

Manage Meetings
Schedule and lead only needed and efficient meetings that achieve organizational goals.

Oral and Written Communication
Public presentation experience to elected officials; clear and convincing oral and written presentations. Listen effectively. Provide monthly status report to Commissioners.

 Professional Relationships

Maintain positive, professional relationship with County Commissioners, Executive Committee, fire and police chiefs.

Team Building
Inspire and foster team commitment, spirit, pride and trust.

Technology Management
Keen awareness of technological developments to achieve improved service. Ensure optimal technology security.

Work Environment & Physical Requirements

General Health
Certification by licensed physician of sound physical health with no evidence of controlled substance(s) present in blood and/or urine tests at time of physical examination.

Work Conditions & Physical Demands
• Work performed in fast-paced environment exposing incumbent to stressful/emergency situations while providing support to employees. VISION (may be corrected) to read and discern writing, computer screen, phone buttons, unit and status display board. HEARING for telephone, radio, verbal communications, alarms, tones. SPEAKING is clear and distinct while using telephone, radio, personal contact. WRITING on forms, documents and paperwork. READING computer screen and printed material.
• Work in excess of continuous eight (8) hours when circumstances merit.
• Possess excellent cognitive skills; maintain high quality work accuracy, ability to concentrate for long periods on more than one task at a given time.

SUBMIT RÉSUMÉ AND COVER LETTER TO:

REM Management Services, Inc.
P.O. Box 5132
Lansing, Illinois 60438-5132

 

 

 

 

 

 


 

City of West Covina, CA

Police Chief

 The City of West Covina (population 110,000) is a dynamic Southern California city, located 19 miles east of downtown Los Angeles in the San Gabriel Valley. The City’s well-designed parks and recreational facilities, its businesses, and residents, make West Covina a great place to live, work, and play. The City is now seeking a proven leader and effective manager to serve as its Police Chief. The Chief is a member of the City’s Manager’s Executive Management Team and actively works with community leaders and citizens to promote public safety. The new Chief will also be a creative problem solver and a mentor to all staff. He or she will have a successful track record of leadership, team building, and conflict resolution, and experience working in a similarly situated agency with comparable challenges and structure. At minimum, candidates must possess a Bachelor’s degree in Police Science, or a closely related field, and have six (6) years of progressively responsible administrative and supervisory experience in municipal law enforcement. Completion of P.O.S.T. Command College or FBI National Academy, and a Master’s degree in Public or Business Administration are highly desirable. Candidates must possess a valid California Driver’s License with a satisfactory driving record. The annual salary range for the Chief of Police is $162,528 - $204,792. The salary is currently under review and will be dependent upon qualifications. The City also offers an attractive benefits package. If you are interested in this outstanding opportunity, please visit our website at www.bobmurrayassoc.com to apply online. Please contact Mr. Regan Williams at (916) 784-9080, should you have any questions. Filing Deadline: June 2, 2017.

 The City of West Covina is an Equal Opportunity Employer.

 

 

 

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