|Village of Lake Bluff|
Position Title: POLICE OFFICER
Agency or Company: Board of Fire & Police Commissioners
City and State of Position: Lake Bluff, IL
Closing Date: OCTOBER 10, 2017 at 4:00 PM
|City of Seattle, WA|
Position Title: Office of Police Accountability Director
Agency or Company: City of Seattle, WA
City and State of Position: Seattle, WA
Closing Date: September 22, 2017
The City of Seattle has adopted groundbreaking legislation to create an independent Office of Police Accountability in lieu of a function contained within the Seattle Police Department. The candidate selected to serve as the new Office of Police Accountability Director (OPA Director) will have the opportunity to make a dramatic impact on the trust, accountability, and reform of the Seattle Police Department in one of our nation’s greatest cities. OPA helps ensure the actions of Seattle Police Department (SPD) employees are constitutional and in compliance with federal, state, and local laws, as well as with City and Seattle Police Department policies. In addition, the OPA promotes respectful and effective policing by initiating, receiving, classifying, investigating, and appropriately resolving all complaints of misconduct in a timely manner. The OPA Director must have significant legal, investigative, human resources, and law enforcement oversight or prosecutorial experience. The Director shall not have been formerly employed by SPD as a sworn officer. The salary range for the is $117,700 to $194,246 including an excellent executive benefit package. All interested candidates should apply by September 22, 2017 (first review; this position is considered open until filled) to Ralph Andersen & Associates by submitting a compelling cover letter and comprehensive resume to firstname.lastname@example.org. Confidential inquiries are welcomed to Greg Nelson at 916.630.4900. Detailed brochure available online at www.ralphandersen.com.
Position Title: Police Officer
Agency or Company: Legislative Branch
City and State of Position: United States Capitol Police
Position Title: Corrections Officer
Agency or Company: City of Las Vegas
City and State of Position: Las Vegas, NV
Closing Date: November 30, 2017
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|400 South Federal Highway|
Hallandale Beach, FL 33009
Phone: (954) 457-1345
Fax: (954) 457-1494
SALARY RANGE: $93,000.00 – $175,000.00
OPENING DATE: June 26, 2017
CLOSING DATE: Open Until Filled
NATURE OF WORK:
The fundamental objective of this classification is to direct, plan and manage all functions and operations of the Police Department in the enforcement of laws and ordinances, the prevention of crime and protection of life and property in a challenging and complex environment. The Police Chief reports to and consults with the City Manager in determining plans and policy to be implemented through police operations. Position directs the activities of highly technically skilled managerial staff in the field of law enforcement. Direction and command oversight extends to all operational divisions. Work includes substantial contribution to community involvement activities and programs. Position is primarily focused on directing, coaching, developing and evaluating other people. Position requires extensive depth of expertise and knowledge in specialized functions or business areas that can be used to develop and implement policies and procedures as well as determining efficient and innovative ways to accomplish the City’s goals. The Police Chief exercises considerable independence and initiative, however, conferring with the City Manager in unusual and highly sensitive issues is required. Frequent communication with stakeholders throughout the City is also required including with the City Commission under the direction of the City Manager where appropriate.
Education and Experience:
Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, business administration, public administration or related field; supplemented by at least ten years law enforcement operations and administrative experience, five years of which must have been in a senior command capacity; or an equivalent combination of education, certification, training and/or experience. Must meet any other requirements established by the City Manager, City Commission and the Florida Department of Law Enforcement Criminal Justice Standards & Training Commission (CJSTC) standards for employment as a law enforcement officer , including National Incident Management System (NIMS) certification, , or be able to achieve that status in less than twelve (12) months. Must have a valid Florida driver’s license, or make application within the time period allotted by Law, and maintain satisfactory driving record throughout employment.
Applicants who demonstrate they meet the minimum requirements may be subject to an extensive selection process and screening program, which may include, but not be limited to, evaluation of training and experience background investigation; medical evaluation; controlled substance screen.
Applicants are required to sign an affidavit for non-use of tobacco products in order to be considered for employment.
Preference will be given to certain veterans, spouses of veterans, or unremarried widows/widowers of veterans. Proof of veterans’ eligibility must be provided at time of application. EOE M/F/D/V.
DOCUMENTATION MUST BE PROVIDED AT TIME OF APPLICATION, DEMONSTRATING APPLICANT MEETS POSITION REQUIREMENTS.
Apply online at www.hallandalebeachfl.gov
The San Diego Police Department is currently hiring Police Officers! Our Department needs to hire 700 officers in the next five years to keep up with retirements. We currently have four Police Academies a year with about 50 recruits in each Academy.
Our Department supports NAPOA’s mission of promoting diversity within the law enforcement community and opening doors for advancement through leadership training, education and mentorship. AAPI’s are the least represented officers on our Department and it is our mission to hire more AAPI’s.
We will pay our recruits to attend the police academy, and give them continuous updated training throughout their careers. There are numerous pay increases for the various jobs, including training officer, SWAT, K-9, police motors, detective, and helicopter observer. With four years of SDPD patrol experience, officers will have the opportunity to test and promote to Detective or Sergeant.