SALARY:  Hourly $20.57

OPENING DATE: 06/03/19

CLOSING DATE: 06/30/19 11:59 PM

DESCRIPTION: 
Attend the Round Rock Police Department Training Academy and successfully complete the
academy curriculum for Texas Basic Peace Officer; successfully complete the Texas Commission
on Law Enforcement licensing examination and obtain certification as Basic Peace Officer.
Must meet all legal requirements for future licensing and certification as required by the Texas
Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Standards and Education (TCLEOSE)
Must pass all phases of the selection process including a comprehensive background and the
physical performance test.
Applicant offered employment must pass a drug screening test and psychological and medical
assessments.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
Position requires comprehensive study of State laws, police procedures, and all aspects of the
law enforcement function, in preparation for becoming a certified peace officer.
Position requires continued daily attendance at the law enforcement training academy, successful
completion of written tests, participation in physical fitness related activities as required by
training academy, and completing academic requirements to obtain the Basic Peace Officer
certificate.
Position also includes assisting department personnel in performing a variety of law enforcement
and crime prevention tasks.

EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING:
Must have a high school diploma or equivalent
By the date of the entrance examination, you must be at least 20 years and 6 months of age.
Must be a U.S. citizen.
Must have 30 college credit hours OR 2 years prior military service.
Three years of full-time basic jailer experience may be substituted for college credit hours.

CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES REQUIRED:
Must be able to complete the Basic Peace Officer curriculum at the Round Rock Police
Department Training Academy and pass the TCOLE licensing examination to become a certified
peace officer.
Must possess, or have ability to obtain, an appropriate valid Texas drivers’ license and a driving
record which meets current City auto liability insurance requirements.
The City of Round Rock operates under the legal doctrine of “employment-at-will” and is an equal opportunity employer.
The City values diversity and strives to attract a responsible, qualified and diverse workforce that represents the
community that we serve.

APPLICATIONS MAY BE FILED ONLINE AT:
http://www.roundrocktexas.gov
OUR OFFICE IS LOCATED AT:
231 E. Main Street
Suite 100
Round Rock, TX 78664
512-218-5490
work@roundrocktexas.gov

 

 

 

Penn State University Police is looking for a Sergeant who will act as the Station Commander at the Schuylkill campus. The Sergeant is responsible for protecting life and property and enforcing state laws and University regulations through investigation, apprehension and prosecution of violators, while projecting a professional demeanor to the public and co-workers. The candidate selected must possess the ability to evaluate and apply tactical knowledge, skills, and abilities to respond to dangerous or potentially dangerous incidents/persons.

The selected individual will report to the District Commander and will coordinate work and oversee the daily operations of the police force at the campus. Responsibilities will include: performance evaluations, investigations, case management, training, disciplinary process, authorize vacation requests and review employee timecards, interpreting and communicating laws and policies, assuring staff comply with established laws and policies. This individual will represent the department on appropriate committees and assist with the interpretation of laws and criminal procedure. This position may require supervising the parking program, the property inventory and the lost and found program. This individual will perform all the duties of lower level Police Officers when needed. The leader selected will model and encourage a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion. Typically requires a Bachelor's degree or higher plus four years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Act 120 Certification required. U.S. Citizenship; a driver's license or the ability to obtain one; and the successful completion of a psychological evaluation and physical examination is required. This position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as a part of your job duties. A valid driver's license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required. Due to the financial or fiduciary responsibilities of this position, successful completion of a credit history check will also be required in addition to standard background checks. The Pennsylvania State University is committed to and accountable for advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in all of its forms.

We embrace individual uniqueness, foster a culture of inclusive excellence that supports both broad and specific diversity initiatives, leverage the educational and institutional benefits of diversity, and engage all individuals to help them thrive. We value inclusive excellence as a core strength and an essential element of our public service mission.
Apply online at https://apptrkr.com/1481559 CAMPUS SECURITY CRIME STATISTICS: For more about safety at Penn State, and to review the Annual Security Report which contains information about crime statistics and other safety
and security matters, please go to http://www.police.psu.edu/clery/, which will also provide you
with detail on how to request a hard copy of the Annual Security Report.

Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

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Instructional Faculty
Public Safety Program Director

SCF seeks employees looking to be a part of a culture of service excellence in the following position of Instructional Faculty – Public Safety Program Director. The Public Safety Program Director is responsible for providing high quality leadership, administration, and supervision over the assigned academic degree programs under Public Safety. The Program Director must demonstrate effective problem-solving skills and a willingness to work within the administrative structure. The Program Director also serves as an Instructional Faculty member and is required to teach in addition to their administrative responsibilities. The number of instructional load hours depends on the degree programs managed. Instructional faculty are responsible for maintaining the highest academic standards in their discipline. They are expected to exercise professionalism and civility in all activities related to the role of academician, including those concerned with the various duties assigned, and any involvement with colleagues, peers, community and students.

Position Title Instructional Faculty – Public Safety Program Director

Job Description
1. Teaches all courses in areas of expertise as assigned.
2. Pursues innovative approaches to instructional delivery, including creative and effective uses of technology and online instruction.
3. Actively participates in the College’s sustainability practices and initiatives.
4. Embraces a multicultural environment and supports the College’s diversity initiatives.
5. Exhibits the willingness and ability to adapt to an environment of continuous growth and fast-paced change.
6. Maintains a professional appearance at all times.
7. Maintains attendance and punctuality.
8. Prepares, reviews, orders teaching materials, and updates course outlines and syllabi within College guidelines to meet class schedule requirements.
9. Meets all scheduled classes and uses scheduled classroom time appropriately.
10. Demonstrates a professional attitude, philosophy, compassion, and commitment that promotes student growth and learning.
11. Demonstrates commitment to the institutional mission, goals, and objectives.
12. Adheres to College Rules and Procedures, which reflect updated Federal, state, and local legislation/regulations and College policy that govern the educational process.
13. Maintains accurate student records for grading and attendance purposes, submitting grade reports within college deadlines.
14. Schedules and maintains office hours as assigned.
15. Attends departmental and other meetings as designated by the Department Chair or administrative official.
16. Assists in the development, implementation, and evaluation of divisional and departmental program goals.
17. Assists with preparation of public relation materials pertaining to the department.
18. Serves on college committees to which elected or appointed.
19. During periods of planned absences, coordinates with the Department Chair/Program Director for qualified substitute instructors and provides instructional materials, protocols, and directions to ensure consistent and sequential classroom instruction.
20. Performs various tasks as required by the Department Chair/Program Director for the fulfillment of departmental responsibilities.
21. Promotes and maintains a healthy and safe educational and work environment, free from harassment and discrimination.
22. Participates in professional development activities. (Demonstrate professional growth and development by updating knowledge of subject matter and using effective and innovative teaching techniques.)
23. Develops, maintains and promotes a positive, respectful and civil atmosphere among colleagues and members of the college-wide community to advance the mission of the college.
24. Performs all other duties as assigned by the proper authority.

Public Safety Director Responsibilities:
1. Works in partnership with all SCF campuses to provide supervision and guidance over the degree programs under Public Safety including the Bachelor of Applied Science in Public Safety and Emergency Management, the Associate of Science in Fire Science Technology, and any future degrees and certificates, to ensure the programs are delivered in an effective and consistent manner.
2. Provides supervision, guidance, and evaluation of full and part time faculty in their instructional capacity of teaching courses inside the degree programs of Public Safety.
3. Provides supervision and guidance over the development of the course schedule, selection of instructional materials, and staffing for the degree programs of Public Safety.
4. Teaches courses in the degree program of Public Safety based on content expertise.
5. Creates program goals and learning outcomes. Plans strategies to accomplish Public Safety program goals and learning outcomes consistent with the College goals and strategic plan.
6. Provides leadership and supervision in the design of the program curriculum to best meet the established Public Safety program learning outcomes. Conducts outcomes assessment, evaluating effectiveness of the individual courses and overall program. Creates and revises assessment instruments, collects and analyzes data, and makes recommendations for improvements.
7. Develops and implements appropriate academic program guidelines and processes for the degree programs under Public Safety.
8. Ensures delivery of a high-quality academic curriculum that is current with industry standards, state and professional curriculum frameworks, and accrediting agencies.
9. Monitors the business climate, especially changing trends that may impact student enrollment, instruction, curriculum design, and work-related learning opportunities.
10. Provides ongoing communication and periodic visits with businesses, technical colleges, and industry stakeholders to maintain support and discuss pertinent issues, including facilitating memorandums of understanding between SCF and school districts.
11. Assists in the placement and supervision of Public Safety student internships. Maintains regular communication with internship host.
12. Assists in representing the Public Safety programs to other colleges, schools, community agencies, businesses, and industry. Convenes and represents the college and the Public Safety degree programs on the Program Advisory Committee.
13. Assists in the preparation and makes recommendations for revision of the college catalog, brochures, and other public relations materials pertaining to the Public Safety programs.
14. Leads, coordinates, and supervises activities related to recruitment, retention, and progression of students in the Public Safety programs.
15. Provides academic advisement of prospective and enrolled Public Safety programs students.
16. Provides supervision, guidance and/or input over required Public Safety degree programs reports including, but not limited to: budget, assessment, student success, student course evaluations, faculty evaluations, and program evaluation reports.
17. Performs other duties as assigned.

Minimum Qualifications
• Master’s degree from an accredited university in a discipline under the umbrella of Public Safety and one to two years of related experience and/or training; or equivalent combination of education and experience, preferably in fire science and emergency management services.
• Current certification or completion of any certification required to teach in the Public Safety program.
• Completion of the SCF Online Learning certification in online instruction within the first six months of employment.
• Completion of SCF Quality Matters online instruction course during the first year of employment or previous experience, training or certification in Quality Matters online instruction protocol.
• Must demonstrate effective use of instructional technology and be familiar with current office hardware and software.

Special Instructions to Applicants
• This individual must be able to teach during the day or evening at multiple campuses, and will be able to demonstrate sustained quality and continuous improvement in teaching, industry experience, and community involvement.
• Experience working with various instructional, social media, business, and web technologies is highly desirable.
• You will receive a confirmation number indicating when you have completed your application. If you have not received a confirmation number, you have not finished your application. Good luck in the recruiting process!

Public Records:
All college searches are subject to compliance with Florida’s Public Records Law and all documents submitted become the property of the college.

Veteran Preference:
This position is not eligible for veteran preference. Please contact Human Resources at (941) 752-5375 if you have any questions.

Pre-Employment Screenings
Requires successful completion of criminal background screenings and employment reference checks.

Department Name Social & Behavioral Science
Campus Bradenton
Work Schedule 9 Month
Work Hours From Varies
Total Hours Per Week 35
Requested Start Date 8/15/2019
Job Type Faculty
Benefits Eligible Yes
Hiring Range $45,854-$48,795.50
FLSA Exempt
Job Open Date 05/10/2019
Open Until Filled No

Statement of Non-Discrimination
State College of Florida, Manatee-Sarasota does not discriminate on the basis of sex, pregnancy, race, religion, age, national origin/ethnicity, color, marital status, disability, genetic information and sexual orientation in any of its educational programs, services or activities, including admission and employment. Direct inquiries regarding nondiscrimination policies to: Equity Officer, 941-752-5323, PO Box 1849, Bradenton, FL 34206.

To apply, visit: https://apptrkr.com/1460183

POLICE CHIEF
City of Pasco, Washington
Salary: Up to $143,340

Located between the pristine Columbia and iconic Snake Rivers in southeastern Washington, Pasco is a vibrant and growing community that enjoys 300 days of sunshine a year. The exceptional climate, combined with the area’s inviting waterways, enables residents and visitors alike to enjoy a multitude of outdoor activities, from water sports and golf, to wine touring and outdoor theater. Rated as one of “the 10 safest cities in Washington State to live,” Pasco, pop. 74,000, has seen tremendous growth in the last decade, while maintaining its sense of community and focus on public safety. The city has put an emphasis on inclusion and enjoys a culturally diverse array of entertainment, food, arts, music and community events. Pasco, along with the neighboring cities of Richland and Kennewick, comprise the Tri-Cities metropolitan area. With a population of over 300,000, it is the third largest, and fastest growing metro area in the state.

Operating on a 2019-2020 budget of $35,524,184, the City of Pasco’s Police Department consists of 82 commissioned officers, including a Chief, Deputy Chief, 2 Captains, 10 Sergeants, and 68 Officers and Detectives. Additionally, 10 staff provide administrative support for police records, evidence and property, crime analysis, and department leadership. Services provided by the department include patrol, investigations, canine, area and school resource officers, street crimes, SWAT, Metro drug unit, and liaisons with the FBI, DEA and U.S. Marshalls. In addition, it provides community policing programs and services such as Coffee with a Cop, Citizen’s Academy (English and Spanish) and a very successful Facebook page. Under the general direction of the City Manager, the Police Chief plans, organizes, directs and evaluates all activities and operations of the Police Department.

A bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration, Public Administration, Police Science or a closely related field, 5 years of administrative experience, and 10 years of supervisory law enforcement experience is required. The selected candidate must possess or be able to obtain a valid Washington State driver license by time of hire and be a certified police academy graduate, or eligible for reciprocity.

For a complete position profile and to apply online, please visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on “Open Recruitments.” For questions, call 206-368-0050. The City of Pasco is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review: June 16, 2019 (open until filled).

 

 


POLICE CHIEF
City of Pasco, Washington
Salary: Up to $143,340

Located between the pristine Columbia and iconic Snake Rivers in southeastern Washington, Pasco is a vibrant and growing community that enjoys 300 days of sunshine a year. The exceptional climate, combined with the area’s inviting waterways, enables residents and visitors alike to enjoy a multitude of outdoor activities, from water sports and golf, to wine touring and outdoor theater. Rated as one of “the 10 safest cities in Washington State to live,” Pasco, pop. 74,000, has seen tremendous growth in the last decade, while maintaining its sense of community and focus on public safety. The city has put an emphasis on inclusion and enjoys a culturally diverse array of entertainment, food, arts, music and community events. Pasco, along with the neighboring cities of Richland and Kennewick, comprise the Tri-Cities metropolitan area. With a population of over 300,000, it is the third largest, and fastest growing metro area in the state.

Operating on a 2019-2020 budget of $35,524,184, the City of Pasco’s Police Department consists of 82 commissioned officers, including a Chief, Deputy Chief, 2 Captains, 10 Sergeants, and 68 Officers and Detectives. Additionally, 10 staff provide administrative support for police records, evidence and property, crime analysis, and department leadership. Services provided by the department include patrol, investigations, canine, area and school resource officers, street crimes, SWAT, Metro drug unit, and liaisons with the FBI, DEA and U.S. Marshalls. In addition, it provides community policing programs and services such as Coffee with a Cop, Citizen’s Academy (English and Spanish) and a very successful Facebook page. Under the general direction of the City Manager, the Police Chief plans, organizes, directs and evaluates all activities and operations of the Police Department.

A bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice Administration, Public Administration, Police Science or a closely related field, 5 years of administrative experience, and 10 years of supervisory law enforcement experience is required. The selected candidate must possess or be able to obtain a valid Washington State driver license by time of hire and be a certified police academy graduate, or eligible for reciprocity.

For a complete position profile and to apply online, please visit Prothman at https://www.prothman.com/ and click on “Open Recruitments.” For questions, call 206-368-0050. The City of Pasco is an Equal Opportunity Employer. First review: June 16, 2019 (open until filled).

 

 


JOB DESCRIPTION

JOB TITLE: Chief of Police
DEPARTMENT: Sunbury Police Department
JOB TYPE: Full-Time
ACCOUNTABILITY: The Chief of Police is subordinate to the Mayor
FLSA STATUS: Exempt
UNION: Non-represented

PRE-EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS:
Shall submit to pre-employment medical examination, drug screening, psychological testing, polygraph and extensive background and credit check.

OBJECTIVES:
Under the general direction of the Mayor, the Chief of Police manages, directs and supervises all operational and administrative units of the department, maintains operational readiness of all units, and provides leadership to personnel.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND DUTIES: May include, but are not limited to the following:

  1. The Chief of Police must be able to: get along well with local officials, have regular and predictable attendance, ensure the general safety of the public, exercise rational judgement in administrative and operational decisions, and maintain the confidence and trust of the general citizenry, members of the Police Department, and community leaders.
  2. The primary responsibilities of the Chief of Police include, carrying out supervisory responsibility in accordance with Sunbury Police Department policies, procedures and applicable laws to include but not limited to: interviewing, hiring and training, planning, assigning and directing work; appraising performance; rewarding and disciplining members; addressing complaints and resolving problems.
  3. Plans long-range goals, objectives, organizational structure, and overall direction of the department. The Chief of Police plans, allocates, and monitors time, people, equipment, and other resources for the Sunbury Police Department to ensure efficient organization and completion of work.
  4. The Chief of Police plans for the staffing needs of the department, coordinates the hiring process, and is responsible for the assignment of all department personnel.
  5. The Chief of Police represents the Sunbury Police Department at various functions such as making speeches at civic and business associations, meeting with influential persons within the community, developers, officials, citizens, and representatives of the press, to establish goodwill and resolve in responding to issues.
  6. The Chief of Police collects, analyzes, recommends, and reports on data concerning budget preparation, grant administration, personnel analysis, and secures, justifies, and monitors use of budgetary monies and capital.
  7. The Chief of Police will actively search and apply for appropriate grants that are beneficial to the Police Department.
  8. The Chief of Police will perform all general law enforcement and patrol functions.
  9. The Chief of Police will appear before City Council upon request of the Mayor to present reports, explain department activities, plans and request for materials and equipment.
  10. The Chief of Police will maintain communication with the Mayor and City Administrator, via: telephone, email and in-person.

QUALIFICATION AND EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS:

Knowledge of:

  1. Principals, practices, and procedures of police science and modern police administration, organization, and operation.
  2. Innovative, evidence-based policing strategies to improve law enforcement services to the community.
  3. Use of firearms and other law enforcement equipment.

Ability to:

  1. Maintain discipline and respect of employees and to lead and command a sworn and civilian multidisciplinary staff in law enforcement and crime prevention activities.
  1. Communicate with individuals and groups in in person, and by telephone and email.
  2. Understand community and social conditions to determine needs and plan policing strategies.
  3. Provide a workplace that supports diversity and is free from harassment and discrimination.

Additional requirements:

  1. This position requires the use of personal or City owned vehicles on City business. Individuals must be physically capable of operating the vehicles safely, possess a valid Pennsylvania driver’s license and have an acceptable driving record.
  1. Required to reside within twenty-five (25) miles of the City Limits of the City of Sunbury, Northumberland County, Pennsylvania within six-months of employment. The Mayor retains the authority to grant an exception to this residency requirement on a case-by-case basis.

Education & Experience:

  1. Minimum Bachelor’s degree (B.A./B.S.) in Criminal Justice, Police Science, Public Administration or other related law enforcement field from a four-year accredited college or university is preferred.
  2. Graduate of a recognized executive leadership course such as the FBI National Academy, Northwestern University School of Staff and Command, Southern Police Institute, or similar is preferred.
  3. Current and valid MPOETC certification and ability to maintain certification is required.
  4. Minimum ten (10) consecutive years of progressively responsible full-time law enforcement experience and a minimum five (5) consecutive years of full-time senior command management experience is required.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS AND WORKING CONDITIONS: May include, but are not limited to the following:

  1. This work is performed in a variety of locations including but not limited to: on site of incidents, both indoors and outdoors, requires the operation of a vehicle, and ability to perform physical activity for a period of time requiring physical strength and endurance. This work requires an incumbent to drive a vehicle on official business, use a computer, sit and stand for long periods of time, may walk and or run on slippery or uneven surfaces, climb ladders, fences, stairs, walks on ledges, jumps from elevated places, kneel, crouch, twist, reach, bend, crawl, lift heavy objects including human beings, push heavy objects, pull and drag heavy equipment and other objects up to and exceeding 50 pounds on a regular basis. Incumbent may perform other physical tasks to include physically restraining/subduing combative individuals, drawing and firing a handgun, shotgun, or other weapon, and administer first aid in an emergency. Incumbent must exhibit mental alertness because of the need to make swift critical decisions, and shall have mobility, vision, hearing, sense of smell and dexterity levels appropriate to the duties required to be performed.
  2. Wear proper uniforms, and specialized protective & safety attire, such as but not limited to; police utility belt, a firearm and protective vest while on duty.
  3. Exposure to physically demanding, stressful and dangerous work environment with sounds and noise levels that are distracting and uncomfortable.
  4. Exposure to hazardous conditions, situations, equipment, chemicals and extremely bright or inadequate lighting.
  5. Exposure to very hot and cold temperatures and inclement weather.
  6. Potential Exposure to diseases and infections.

NOTE: This job description is not designed to cover or contain a comprehensive listing of all activities, duties or responsibilities that are required of the employee for this job. Duties, responsibilities and activities may change at any time without notice.

Chief of Police, Employment.

City of Sunbury in Northumberland County is accepting applications for the position of Full-Time Chief of Police. Deadline for application submission is June 14, 2019 at 4:00 PM. Salary range beginning at $80,000 with an excellent health and pension benefit package. Specific job description, qualifications and Chief of Police application are available online at www.sunburypa.org or email jbarner@sunburypa.org for more information. EOE.

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Police Lieutenant

Campus/Location: Penn State Erie, The Behrend College
Date Announced: 04/12/2019
Date Closing: open until filled
Job Number: 87054
Level/Salary Band: 02 – N.A. – Exempt
Work Unit: Police and Public Safety
Department: Police
Full/Part Time: Full–Time

Penn State University Police has implemented an exciting centralization process across the commonwealth. The Lieutenant will act as Station Commander at the Behrend campus and report to a District Commander, who oversees surrounding campuses in the district. The Lieutenant-Station Commander is responsible for protecting life and property and enforcing state laws and University regulations through investigation, apprehension and prosecution of violators, while projecting a professional demeanor to the public and co-workers. The candidate selected must possess the ability to evaluate and apply tactical knowledge, skills, and abilities to respond to dangerous or potentially dangerous incidents/persons.

The selected individual will work and oversee the daily operations of the police force which include: supervision of both sworn and non-sworn employees, performance evaluations, investigations, training, disciplinary process, authorizing vacation requests, reviewing employee timecards, interpreting and communicating laws and policies, assuring staff comply with established laws and policies. This individual will represent the department on appropriate committees and assist with the interpretation of laws and criminal procedure. This position may require managing the property inventory and the lost and found program. This individual will perform all the duties of Police Officer when needed. The leader selected will model and encourage a strong commitment to diversity and inclusion. Typically requires a Bachelor’s degree or higher plus six years of related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Act 120 Certification required or the ability to obtain such certification upon employment. U.S. Citizenship; a Pennsylvania driver’s license or the ability to obtain one; and the successful completion of a psychological evaluation and physical examination is required.

This position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as a part of your job duties. A valid driver’s license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required. Due to the financial or fiduciary responsibilities of this position, successful completion of a credit history check will also be required in addition to standard background checks. Penn State and University Police are committed to fostering diversity, inclusion, and equal opportunity.

CLICK TO APPLY

CAMPUS SECURITY CRIME STATISTICS: For more about safety at Penn State, and to review the Annual Security Report which contains information about crime statistics and other safety and security matters, please go to http://www.police.psu.edu/clery/, which will also provide you with detail on how to request a hard copy of the Annual Security Report.

Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Executive Director for Public Safety and Transportation

Location: CA 94556, CA
Duration: Full Time
Salary: Depends on Qualifications
Department: STUDENT LIFE DEPARTMENT
Job-Number: 2015-1602206
Closing: 5/15/2019 11:59 PM Pacific

Founded in 1863, Saint Mary’s is a residential campus nestled 20 miles east of San Francisco in the picturesque Moraga Valley. Based in the Catholic, Lasallian and Liberal Arts traditions, Saint Mary’s currently enrolls more than 4,000 students from diverse backgrounds in undergraduate and graduate programs. The De La Salle Christian Brothers, the largest teaching order of the Roman Catholic Church, guide the spiritual and academic character of the College.

As a comprehensive and independent institution, Saint Mary’s offers undergraduate and graduate programs integrating liberal and professional education. Saint Mary’s reputation for excellence, innovation, and responsiveness in education stems from its vibrant heritage as a Catholic, Lasallian and Liberal Arts institution. An outstanding, committed faculty and staff that value shared inquiry, integrative learning, and student interaction bring these traditions to life in the 21st century. The College is committed to the educational benefits of diversity.

Responsibilities

Provide leadership for the Public Safety Department personnel and operations in a manner than enhances the quality of campus life and the Mission of Saint Mary’s College of California. This position reports directly to the Vice Provost for Student Life.

1. Administration: Develop goals, objectives, policies and priorities for Public Safety.|
Recruit, direct, train and supervise personnel and evaluate the work of officers, sergeants, and other employees in Public Safety. Develop personnel schedules for shifts, or working units that provide optimum effectiveness in terms of current situations and circumstances in governing deployment.
Supervise, coordinate and implement the annual budget for Public Safety. Plan for the review specifications for new or replacement equipment. .
Prepare and present effective oral and written communication material and annual reports relating to the activities of the public safety to the Vice Provost for Student Life. Prepare a number of other reports as appropriate.
Collect data for, compile and publish the Clery Annual Report as well as distribute the report to all members of the College Community through hard copy reports and electronic reporting. Serve as the Colleges point person for the US Department of Education regarding submissions of the Clery Report and respond to questions regarding its preparation.

2. Public Safety: Develop and coordinate, supervise and evaluate the activities and personnel of the Public Safety Department according to the mission to preserve order, protect life and property and enforce regulations and policies of the College. Coordinate and cooperate with County, State and Federal law enforcement officers as appropriate where activities of the Public Safety Department are involved. Ensure that laws, ordinances and College Rules and Regulations are enforced and that the public peace and safety is maintained.

3. Emergency Preparedness: Perform emergency/disaster management responsibilities to ensure the College is adequately ready to respond in the event of an emergency/disaster by performing emergency planning, training, and management. Serve as member of the campus Incident Management Team and Incident Command, committees that are responsible for formulating strategies, guidelines, policies and protocols for responding to emergencies resulting from fire, floods, storms, earthquakes, hazardous materials and other threats to human safety. Coordinate emergency planning with the Town of Moraga and the cities of Orinda and Lafayette Police Departments.

4. Transportation Demand Management: Oversee the implementation of the various aspects of the auxiliary-funded Transportation Demand Management System, including but not limited to shuttles, carpooling and parking. Responsible for the management and direct oversight of the parking system, including operations, security, administration and enforcement. Review and make determinations in the Citation Appeals process. Assist with planning for construction of parking lots, garages and facilities by meeting with other departments and contractors. Review design and operation of current lots.

5. Community Relations: Working collaboratively with the director of government and community relations and the director of media relations, cultivate and maintain good community relations with the Town of Moraga and surrounding communities in Lamorinda. Meet with elected or appointed officials, other law enforcement officials, community and business representatives and the public on all aspects of Public Safety activities. Cultivate and maintain positive relationships with the police chiefs of Moraga, Lafayette and Orinda as well as the fire chief and other command personnel of the Moraga-Orinda Fire District. Develop and maintain productive relationships with the Associated Students of Saint Mary’s College, student organizations and staff and faculty groups. Work closely with the Offices of Community Life, Residential Experience and Human Resources. Liaison with neighborhood individuals and groups regarding noise complaints reported to the College or by SMC Community members.

6. Student Life: As a leader in the Student Life division, interact and meet regularly with other Team members in support of the goals of Student Life. Participate in division wide retreats and other meetings. Meet regularly to discuss, review, evaluate, support and participate in Student Life programs (examples: New Student Family Programs, First Year Experience, Orientation class projects, Student of Concern and weekly “Week in Review” meetings.

7. Other Duties as Assigned Active and participating member of the following groups and committees: Annual Commencement Committee, Campus Facilities Planning Committee, Parent Orientation, New Student Orientation, Week of Welcome and New Staff Orientations. Other duties assigned by the Vice Provost for Student Life.

QUALIFICATIONS:

Education:

REQUIRED:
BA/BS in Administration of Justice or Public Administration.
Graduate of the FBI National Academy and/or POST Command College.

PREFERRED:

MA/MS in Business Administration or Criminal Justice

Experience: (years required and applicable field of experience):
Ten years of progressively increasing responsibility and experience including five years in a management/leadership capacity within a police department, campus public safety department or in private industry.
Demonstrated awareness of legal issues in higher education and developmental issues relative to College students, faculty, staff and administration.
Proven record of innovative and collaborative problem-solving.
Demonstrated ability to effectively work in and support a diverse community.

Skills/Abilities: (e.g. computer skills, written & verbal skills, trades, laws, procedures, technical)
Computer skills to include: MS Word, MS Excel, MS Power Point and e-mail.
Excellent written and verbal skills.
Ability to use and operate a Two-Way radio, safely operate a motor vehicle.
Able to respond to routine and emergency calls for service or confrontational situations in a calm, conciliatory, yet direct manner; ability to interact with a variety of individuals.
Physically able to perform the duties of the job which may include (but are not limited to): walking, standing, sitting, running, lifting, bending, twisting, restraining and handcuffing individuals.

Licenses & Certifications (e.g. CPA, RN, etc.):

REQUIRED:
California Driver’s Licence, Class “C”, Peace Officers Standards and Training POST)
Management Certificate, First Aid, CPR, AED.

PREFERRED:

POST Executive Certificate.

Other Requirements: (e.g. travel, weekend/evening work) Uniform required.

Some travel required, some nights/weekend work, on-call 24/7.
Pre-employment screenings may include drug screen, reference checks, physical exam, full criminal history background and a complete driving history check.

Supplemental Information

Application Instructions: Please apply online at http://jobs.stmarys-ca.edu

Include a cover letter that specifically addresses how you meet the qualifications and are prepared to support the mission of the College

1. A resume
2. The name and contact information for three (3) professional references.
3. In applying for a position, candidates sign a consent authorizing a broader inquiry which may include reference checks, a motor vehicle check, and a third party background check.

Saint Mary’s is an equal employment opportunity employer. We support inclusive excellence and are committed to creating a safe and welcoming community for all.

College policy prohibits discrimination based on race, color, religion, national origin, ancestry, age, gender, sexual orientation, marital status, medical condition, physical or mental disability, gender stereotyping, and gender identity, taking a protected leave (e.g. family medical or pregnancy leave), or on any other basis protected by applicable laws.

Saint Mary’s College annually collects information about campus crimes and other reportable incidents in accordance with the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. To view the Saint Mary’s College Report, please go to the Public Safety website at http://www.stmarys-ca.edu/public-safety/annual-security-and-fire-safety-report-0. To request a paper copy please call Public Safety at (925) 631-4284. The report includes the type of crime, venue, and number of occurrences.

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Unarmed Security & Custody Officer

Location: Guantanamo Bay, Cuba
Duration: Full Time
Travel: None

The Unarmed Security and Custody Officer provide for the care and custody of the migrant population in
accordance with the performance requirements. In addition, you may be responsible for coordinating
recreational activities as well as the health and safety program for the non-protected population. The ideal
candidate must be able to work independently and follow directions.

Essential Functions and Responsibilities:
• Provide care and custody of the migrant population
• Maybe responsible for coordinating recreational activities as well as the health and safety
program
• Perform other administrative duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:
• High school diploma required
• Minimum of one (1) year experience in public or private security, law enforcement or U.S. Military
related field;
• Must be a United States Citizen who has resided in the United States for at least three (3) of the
last five (5) years
• Must be 21 years of age;
• Must possess a valid U.S. Passport;
• Must have a valid Social Security Card issued by the Social Security Administration;
• Possess strong verbal and written English communication skills

Must have a minimum one year of general experience that demonstrates the following:
• The ability to greet the public and deal tactfully with the general public;
• Capable of understanding and applying written and verbal orders, rules and regulation provided
in English;
• Must be literate and able to fully communicate and interpret written rules, regulations, detailed
written orders, training instructions and materials in English; and be able to compose reports;
• Requires good judgment, courage, alertness, an even temperament, and an ability to render
satisfactory performance thorough knowledge of his/her position responsibilities; and
• Ability to maintain poise and self-control during situations that involve mental stress.

Applicants selected may be subject to a Government background investigation and may be required to
meet the following conditions of employment:
• A favorable credit check for all cleared positions
• Must be a U.S. Citizen or Authorized to work in the US without sponsorship
• Successfully passing a background investigation
Due to the high volume of applications received, the Recruiting Department will contact you directly,
should you be selected to advance in our recruitment process.

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POLICE RECRUIT EXAMINATION PROCESS

REQUIRED DOCUMENTS: Photocopies of Driver’s License, certified Birth Certificate and High School Diploma
OR High School Transcript OR GED Certificate (Must accompany application)

QUALIFICATIONS/REQUIREMENTS

AGE: 21 years old by date of written examinations (5/30/19, 5/31/19 or 6/01/19), or 20 years old, if successfully
completed two (2) years of law enforcement studies at an accredited college or university. Cannot have attained
age 35 when the application is submitted. (By State statute, exceptions made for individuals with prior municipal
police experience. See the Human Resources Department for additional information).

EDUCATION: Minimum: Graduation from High School or GED equivalency accepted. Prefer candidates with
Associate’s Degree or hours toward Bachelor’s Degree.

MILITARY: A Veteran shall be allowed to exceed the maximum age provision by the number of years served
on active military duty, but by no more than 10 years of active military duty. (45 years old)
OTHER: U.S. Citizenship; valid driver’s license; physical condition to perform the essential functions of the
position and pass physical agility exam; no felony conviction.

VISION-HEARING: Applicants must meet minimum standards for vision and hearing. Applicants who wear
glasses or contact lenses must meet minimum standards of visual acuity. Vision with corrective (glasses or
contact lenses) lenses should not be less than 20/20 in the better eye, 20/40 in the worst eye, and 20/20 with
both eyes open. Uncorrected (no glasses or contact lenses) vision is 20/40 and should not be 20/200 or worse
with either eye.

RESIDENCY: Applicants need not be residents of the City to apply. When hired, you must establish and
maintain principal place of residency within a 20 mile radius of Peoria Police Department.
ORIENTATION: (Not Mandatory) – The same information will be presented in each orientation. In addition
to the general orientation, there will be discussions on interview preparation and techniques on how to interview.
Saturday, May 11, 2019; 9:30am – 11:30am OR Wednesday, May 22, 2019; 4:00pm – 6:00pm
Peoria Public Library, 107 NE Monroe, Lower Level 2, Conference Room, Peoria, IL 61602

PHYSICAL ABILITIES TEST PRACTICE SESSIONS
Wednesday, May 29, 2019, and/or Thursday, May 30, 2019, 4:00pm – 7:00pm
Peoria Civic Center, 201 SW Jefferson, Hall C, Peoria, IL 61602.
NOT MANDATORY – You can come to any session at any time.

WRITTEN EXAMINATION – There will be a choice of three test dates.
Thursday, May 30, 2019 at 6:00pm (Must report by 5:45pm; OR Friday, May 31, 2019 at 9:00am, OR
Saturday, June 1, 2019, at 9:00am (Must report by 8:45am)
NO ONE ADMITTED AFTER 6PM or 9AM – NO
EXCEPTIONS – Peoria Civic Center, 201 SW Jefferson, Meeting Rooms 220-221, Peoria, IL 61602
You can come to the testing day of your choice and there is no sign-up needed.

PHYSICAL ABILITIES EXAMINATION
Friday, May 31, 2019, or Saturday, June 1, 2019, 2:00pm – 8:00pm
Peoria Civic Center, 201 SW Jefferson, Hall C, Peoria, IL 61602.
Applicants will be scheduled for one of the dates following passage of the written examination.

Director of Public Safety
Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania

Join a growing, vibrant university community where creating an excellent student experience and ensuring student success are at the very heart of what we do every day.

Shippensburg University, a comprehensive public university offering baccalaureate, masters and doctoral degree programs founded in 1871 is located in scenic southcentral Pennsylvania. The region offers excellent outdoor recreational opportunities while being in close proximity to the state capitol in Harrisburg, PA and within a few hours’ drive of Pittsburgh, Philadelphia, Baltimore, MD and Washington, DC. The University is noted for its strong sense of community with a commitment to diversity, offers an attractive campus, and strong alumni support.

The Director of Public Safety is a commissioned police officer of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania responsible for the safety and protection of the University community comprised of 6,600 students, 900 faculty and staff, and visitors. The campus’s 50 buildings are located on 200 acres of property and include 8.2 miles of roadway. The Director will supervise a staff of 15 police officers, all of whom have Act 120 certification with the power of arrest. The university has long demonstrated a commitment to having an exceptionally well-trained police department. The Director works closely with the Pennsylvania State Police, local police and township officials in carrying out police duties.

Qualified candidates will have a Bachelor’s Degree from a regionally accredited institution and a minimum of ten years of police experience, five of which were at the supervisory/leadership level. A working knowledge of the Clery Act, PA Crimes Code and Title IX are required. Successful performance in an on-campus interview is also required. A Master’s Degree and experience working in a higher education setting are preferred.

Review of applications will begin immediately with acceptance of materials continuing until the position is closed. To apply go to https://jobs.ship.edu. Materials submitted in other formats including paper documents will not be considered. All applications and inquiries will remain confidential. The anticipated starting salary for this position is $72,000 to $95,000 annually and includes an excellent benefits package including tuition waiver for the employee and dependents.

Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania is an equal opportunity employer and, in compliance with federal and state laws and university policy, is committed to providing equal educational and employment opportunities for all persons without regard to age, color, national origin, race, religion, disability, veteran status, sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Individuals from traditionally underrepresented populations are encouraged to apply.

 

Patrol Officer

SALARY: Starting salary: $41,290 annually including an extensive benefits
package and tuition waiver for employee and dependents.

Shippensburg University is currently accepting applications for the position of Patrol Officer. This
position will work a regular shift. Starting salary: $41,290 annually including an extensive benefits
package and tuition waiver for employee and dependents.

The Patrol Officer is responsible for providing police services and protection for University property,
grounds, facilities, residents and visitors. Performs traffic and crowd control duties enforcing all traffic
laws and regulations of the Commonwealth and the University. Investigates traffic accidents and
prepares accident reports. Investigates crimes and/or reported crimes making full report in writing of
the findings. Patrols and secures buildings and grounds during shift.

Shippensburg University employees value teamwork and collaboration, are dependable, take initiative,
solve problems effectively, communicate clearly and support organizational change. University
employees work closely with individuals of diverse backgrounds and race, as well as those of differing
religious affiliations, sexual orientation and gender. They must possess good interpersonal skills and be
able to communicate effectively with all members of the campus community.
Qualified candidates must have completed the requirements of Act 120. Possession of the Act 120
certification is required. Candidates must meet the requirements of the department’s firearms
qualification process. Candidates must have or be able to obtain a valid PA driver’s license. Candidates
must meet the qualifications regarding strength, agility and health and reside within 30 minutes of the
campus. Candidates should have one year of police experience or any equivalent experience or training.
An associate’s degree with major course work in police science, police administration or a closely related
field may be substituted for one year of police experience. Successful performance in an on-campus
interview is required.

For full consideration candidates should apply online at https://jobs.ship.edu by February 22, 2019 with
acceptance of materials continuing until the position is filled. Materials submitted in other formats
including paper documents will not be considered. All applications and inquiries will remain
confidential.

Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania is an equal opportunity employer and, in compliance with
federal and state laws and university policy, is committed to providing equal educational and
employment opportunities for all persons without regard to age, color, national origin, race, religion,
disability, veteran status, sex, sexual orientation, or gender identity. Individuals from traditionally
underrepresented populations are encouraged to apply

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City of Fairfield
Police Officer

The City of Fairfield is announcing that a Civil Service exam will be given through the National Testing Network and will be used as the initial step to establish an Eligibility List for the position of Police Officer.

Please visit www.fairfield-city.org to apply and for testing details and

information you will need.

Our Police Officers are responsible for maintaining law and order, investigating crimes and protecting life and property throughout the City by enforcing the laws and ordinances of the City of Fairfield and the State of Ohio. It is a rewarding career in a progressive Police Department. Please refer to our website for detailed information and job description.

Scope of the written test will be multiple-choice questions to identify candidates with an aptitude for police work. A passing score of 70% is necessary to be scheduled for succeeding steps in the hiring process. The process continues with a physical agility test, structured oral interview, background investigation, polygraph (CVSA), medical (including drug screen), and psychological evaluation.

Qualifications include: U.S. Citizen; high school diploma/GED (Associate Degree in Criminal Justice and/or State of Ohio Basic Peace Officer Training Certificate preferred); valid Driver’s license; minimum age 21 at the time of the exam and not eligible for original appointment to Fairfield Police Department on or after 35th birthday.

Please apply online by visiting www.fairfield-city.org . Applications will be accepted beginning, Monday, February 4, 2019. Deadline for applications is Friday, March 1st by 5pm. NO EXCEPTIONS.

Salary: Starting base pay with OPOTA certification is $27.62/hour; increasing to $30.25/hour after one year of service. Annual base pay increases to $32.77/hour for 2 years; $35.55/hour for 3 years; then to $36.26/hour after 5 years.

A state certified officer who has completed his/her probationary period with another police department, may be hired at a pay service step commensurate with his/her skills, knowledge, abilities and years of equivalent service.

EOE/ADA

Monterey, CA
District Attorney Inv I

SALARY: $36.45 – $49.60 Hourly
$2,916.00 – $3,968.00 Biweekly
$6,318.00 – $8,597.33 Monthly

Application Filing Deadline: February 18, 2019
Exam #:  19/34A20/01MG
The District Attorney is accepting applications for a District Attorney Investigator I.

The District Attorney is responsible for attending courts and conducting all local criminal prosecutions. The District Attorney is a State Constitutional Officer when prosecuting crimes defined under State law. The Office additionally provides legal advice to all law enforcement agencies and provides training programs for their personnel, thus increasing the probability of successful prosecutions. The Office also provides extensive ongoing training to staff in the following areas; mandatory Continuing Legal Education (MCLE); California Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST); information technology; policies and ordinance; conflict resolution; customer service; and all County mandated trainings.

This is the entry level criminal investigator class in the District Attorney Investigator series. Applicants must have successfully completed a California P.O.S.T. certified basic police academy course. Positions in this class are assigned primarily to the investigation of suspected Welfare Fraud cases. Investigator I’s receive training and experience, they may be called upon to investigate categories of crime other than welfare fraud. This is a Peace Officer level position.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES:
  • Investigate suspected welfare fraud.
  • Review and evaluate evidence and recommend appropriate action to Deputy District Attorneys.
  • Confer with attorneys and other agencies regarding possible case resolution.
  • Prepare detailed reports.
  • Assist hearing officers with administrative hearings when criminal prosecution does not appear warranted.
  • Testify in trials and administrative hearings.
  • Make arrests and render emergency assistance when appropriate.
  • Prepare and serve search warrants, subpoenas, promissory notes, and other documents as needed to complete cases and missions.
  • Investigate categories of crime other than welfare fraud as assigned.

To view the complete job description visit the Monterey County website:   www.governmentjobs.com/careers/montereycounty

THE SUCCESSFUL CANDIDATE
Will have a proven track record demonstrating the following knowledge, skills, and abilities:

Knowledge of: Investigative techniques and procedures; Basic principles of identification, preservation and presentation of evidence; Laws of arrest, search and seizure; Principles and techniques of effective investigative report writing; Financial record keeping.

Skill and Ability to: Learn, interpret and apply provisions of welfare rules and regulations, welfare fraud statutes, and other applicable laws; Gather, analyze, and evaluate facts and evidence and draw logical conclusions from information gathered; Obtain information and evidence by lawful means and evaluate evidence for purposes of investigation and prosecution; Demonstrate analytical thinking; Conduct records examinations and interviews; Establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with staff, other agencies and the general public; Prepare detailed written investigative reports, correspondence and memoranda; Operate a personal computer to prepare reports, search databases, process digital photographs and to utilize network and/or web-based programs and applications. Provide excellent and courteous customer service and establish and maintain effective working relationships.

EXAMPLES OF EXPERIENCE/EDUCATION/TRAINING:

 

Any combination of training, education, and/or experience which provides for the knowledge, skills, and abilities required to perform the duties listed above is qualifying. An example of a way these requirements might be acquired is:

Successful completion of a POST-certified Basic Police Academy course. (NOTE: The District Attorney’s office does not pay to send candidates through the Basic Police Academy Course. Therefore, candidates must have completed the Academy prior to appointment.)

AND
Some experience in a position requiring gathering, analyzing, and evaluating facts, and preparing written reports of findings.
AND
Coursework in Administration of Justice, Criminology, Law or Criminal Justice from an accredited college or university.
ADDITIONAL INFORMATION:

Conditions of employment include:

Must have successfully completed a California P.O.S.T. certified basic police academy course

  • Possess a valid Class C California Driver License by the date of appointment.
  • Attain a Basic P.O.S.T. Certificate prior to and/or at the completion of the 12-month probationary period.
  • Successfully complete a P.O.S.T. certified investigation and trial preparation course within 12 months from the date of appointment.
  • Pass a Physical Ability Test and Panel Interview.
  • Upon receiving a conditional job offer must successfully pass the background/suitability process including a medical examination, a psychological examination and pre-employment drug test.
  • Be available to work long/flexible hours, including different shifts, evenings, and weekends, travel daily within and outside the County as necessary.
  • On an annual basis, must pass a physical ability test.

Pursuant to Government Code Section 1031 and Section 1005 of the Regulations of the California Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training, and Penal Code Section 831:

  • Meet the California Government Codes 1029 and 1031 Peace Officer requirements, including passing a required psychological exam, a medical exam, as well as a background investigation.
  • Possess a high school diploma or G.E.D. certificate at the high school level.
  • Have uncorrected vision of 20/100 or better in each eye, correctable to 20/30 in each eye; normal color vision and normal hearing.

PHYSICAL AND SENSORY REQUIREMENTS

Ability to meet the medical and physical standards under the California Peace Officer Standards of Training and California Government Code; ability to sit, stand, and/or drive for extended periods of time; mobility flexibility, gross body coordination, dexterity sufficient to stand, stoop, reach, bend, twist and turn in order to view crime scenes and examine physical evidence; ability to pursue and physically detain hostile individuals;  acute vision, visual color discrimination, hearing, voice, smell and sense of touch in order to detect and examine crime scenes and all manner of physical objects, including items of evidence such as weapons, photographs, diagrams, fingerprint impressions and trace evidence and to clearly see and identify people; ability to develop and maintain manual dexterity, visual acuity and physical strength necessary to demonstrate proficiency with duty weapon and other equipment issued; ability to speak clearly and with volume required to conduct interrogations and to carry on clear conversations in person, over a radio and on a telepho6ne.

Benefits:

Monterey County offers an excellent benefits package. To view the “A” Unit Benefit Summary please visit our website. This information is not legally binding, nor does it serve as a contract. The benefits listed in the Monterey County Personnel Policies and Practices Resolution or Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) prevail over this listing.
Notes:
As a condition of employment, prospective employees will be required to submit to a background review which may include a review of information concerning present and/or prior employment, driving record, and record of criminal conviction. Employees must have and show their Social Security Card on the first day of work. Employment is contingent upon acceptable documentation verifying identity and authorization for employment in the U.S.; a list of acceptable documents is available on the USCIS Form I-9. If you are hired into this classification in a temporary position, your rate of pay will be hourly and you will not be eligible for the benefits listed in the summary.
Application and Selection Procedures
Apply On-Line!
Our website: www.co.monterey.ca.us/personnel
Applications may also be obtained from and submitted to:
Monterey County, Human Resources Department
Attn: Michelle Gomez, Associate Personnel Analyst
168 W. Alisal Street, 3rd Floor
Salinas, CA 93901
Email: gomezme@co.monterey.ca.us | Phone: (831) 755-5383

Yakima, WA
Chief of Police

A national search is underway to attract a highly qualified individual to lead the Yakima Police Department (YPD) in Central Washington. The City has embraced 21st century policing and seeks a Chief of Police to build on the hard work that has already started. The new Chief will lead the department and collaborate with the community to make thoughtful and comprehensive operational and organizational enhancements. This is a tremendous opportunity to bring about positive cultural change in a dynamic department that provides professional police services to a diverse and remarkable community. The top candidate will be an individual who is compassionate, respectful, honest, ethical, and possess the highest level of integrity. The Ideal Candidate will be personable and professional, with cultural sensitivity and a commitment to an active model of community policing and engagement. The ability to build strong and genuine connections with the community is essential for a candidate’s success in this position. The new Chief of Police will assume responsibility for a department with $30 million budget,144 sworn officers and 45 civilian employees. The new Chief will have at least ten years (10) of progressively responsible and varied law enforcement experience, including senior leadership positions in patrol, investigation, labor relations and management of community policing efforts. Experience in a diverse community is a plus. A Bachelor’s degree, in criminology, criminal justice, administration of justice, or a related field, preferably augmented by post-graduate studies and executive level training are highly desirable. Position requires certification, or ability to obtain certification, as a police officer as required by Washington State Criminal Justice Training Commission: https://fortress.wa.gov/cjtc/www/#. The salary for this at-will position is competitive and is augmented by an excellent benefits package. Candidates are strongly encouraged to apply to Public Sector Search & Consulting, Inc. by submitting a compelling cover letter, comprehensive resume and references to apply@publicsectorsearch.com by February 15, 2019. This position is considered open until filled; applicants should apply early for optimal consideration. Confidential inquiries about the recruitment are welcome to Mr. Gary Peterson at (916) 622-5323 or gary@publicsectorsearch.com.

Detailed brochure and landing page can be found at https://www.publicsectorsearch.com/jobs/

Police Officer

Penn State University Police and Public Safety has recently undergone an exciting transformation including the centralization of 22 campus locations across the commonwealth. We are seeking Police Officers interested and committed in serving the diverse community of students, faculty, and staff at one or all of these 22 campus locations. All candidates must apply to this position in order to be considered for an opportunity at one of the Penn State locations. Candidates that are advancing through the recruitment process will be provided a survey regarding which campus locations they have interest in obtaining employment. Police officers are responsible for carrying out the functions of protection of life and property, preservation of peace and good order of the community, enforcement of laws, public safety, investigative work, and other related duties. The successful candidate will be responsible for the prevention of illegal, unsafe, or undesirable activity and regulatory violations through patrol, education, inspection, and the deterrent effect of enforcement. Enforce national, state, and local laws, as well as University regulations, through investigation, apprehension, and prosecution of violators.

Typically requires a Bachelor’s degree or higher, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Knowledge on the use of information technology, software applications, surveillance equipment, social media, and communications (digital and conventional) in conducting investigations is highly desired. The successful candidate will possess skills necessary to enhance public respect for law enforcement and the University with courteous, devoted, and ethical service and will demonstrate: the ability to work cooperatively with various levels of faculty, staff, students, and outside agencies; the ability to provide effective and honest/credible testimony at court hearings; outstanding customer service orientation; excellent verbal and written communication skills; excellent analytical, judgment, and organization skills; and ability to work with a variety of cultures and backgrounds. Pennsylvania Municipal Police Officers’ Education and Training Commission (MPOETC) Act 120 Certification is required for employment. Candidates must be currently Act 120 certified, currently enrolled in a Pennsylvania MPOETC Act 120 police academy, and have the ability to recertify during the hiring process or obtain a MPOETC Act 120 waiver. Candidates who are not Act 120 certified and who are looking for police academy sponsorship for employment are encouraged to look for future postings for “Police Officer – Academy Sponsorship” which will be available on http://psu.jobs.

This position requires that you operate a motor vehicle as a part of your job duties. U.S. Citizenship; fingerprint background check, and the successful completion of a psychological evaluation and physical examination is required. Must be in good general health as determined by University physical examination. In addition, active three public available clearances are required to be on file for employment. A valid driver’s license and successful completion of a motor vehicle records check will be required. Due to the financial or fiduciary responsibilities of this position, successful completion of a credit history check will be required in addition to standard police background checks. The Pennsylvania State University is committed to and accountable for advancing diversity, equity, and inclusion in all of its forms. We embrace individual uniqueness, foster a culture of inclusive excellence that supports both broad and specific diversity initiatives, leverage the educational and institutional benefits of diversity, and engage all individuals to help them thrive. We value inclusive excellence as a core strength and an essential element of our public service mission. http://police.psu.edu/

 

CAMPUS SECURITY CRIME STATISTICS: For more about safety at Penn State, and to review the Annual Security Report which contains information about crime statistics and other safety and security matters, please go to http://www.police.psu.edu/clery/, which will also provide you with detail on how to request a hard copy of the Annual Security Report.

Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or protected veteran status.

Director of Public Safety

Job Director of Public Safety
Salary $95,492 – $124,140

Madison College is actively searching for a Director of Public Safety! This individual will provide strategic vision and leadership towards a safe and secure campus environment at all Madison College campuses for over 35,000 diverse students, employees, and visitors. The position is responsible for the direction and leadership of the public safety staff.

This college leader is charged with ensuring that the standards of good practice are maintained for the safety of the campus community and the protection of College assets. The Director serves as the college-wide emergency management coordinator, and acts as liaison to local law enforcement and other emergency response protective services agencies for the College’s disaster recovery efforts; oversees the disaster training, exercises and campus awareness programs; and performs related duties as assigned.

The Director will work synergistically with all Madison College departments and faculty/academic leaders to support a safe learning environment for the college’s diverse constituencies.

Qualifications:

1. Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in Criminal Justice or closely related field.

2. Ten (10) years of public safety experience in a higher education, healthcare, security, law enforcement or related environment which must include significant leadership and “hands on” work experience.

3. Possess Adult CPR with First Aid and Automatic External Defibrillation (AED ) certifications or ability to obtain within 60 days of employment.

4. Possess a Concealed Carry license from the State of Wisconsin Department of Regulations and Licensing or the ability to obtain such licensing within 60 days of employment.

5. Have trained on Blood borne pathogens.

To apply, visit http://apptrkr.com/1310963

Madison Area Technical College does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, disability or age in employment, admissions or its programs or activities.


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