At College of DuPage,
we believe that a community college should offer the advantages of an actual
community. Ours is composed of highly diverse students, administrators, and
professionals who are dedicated to furthering the future of our neighborhood and
our world. We are the second-largest higher education institution in Illinois,
dedicated to creating a positive influence on everyone whose life we touch. Our
team strives to support and sustain the educational resources we offer with
extensive knowledge, impressive service, and unparalleled expertise from
individuals representing every culture imaginable.
Become a new member of
our inclusive community in the following role:
Program Manager, HSTI/SLEA
Manage and supervise the Continuing Education Program that includes non-credit
courses of instruction funded through fees or grants and delivered to law
enforcement and private sector security personnel on a national basis. Functions
performed include direct supervision of personnel, training development,
marketing, strategic and budget planning, fiscal oversight, internal and
external mandated reporting, investigation and supervision of application for
federal and state grants and the development and maintenance of relationships
within the local and national law enforcement community.
portfolio, meet annual revenue goals, grow HSTI Membership Program for police
departments, support growth and utilization of both HEC and HTC facilities as
well as trainings at other sites in Illinois and beyond.
development and delivery of law enforcement and private sector oriented
education courses to meet the requirements of law enforcement and the
certification standards of the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards
Recruit, recommend for
hire, manage, supervise and if necessary, recommend termination of all program
personnel, including full and part-time staff.
planning, acquisition, and scheduling of instructional resources required for
delivery of the courses of instruction.
With input from the
ILETSB and police executives, develop program-related strategic plans based on
the training needs of the law enforcement community and the requirements of
Engage directly with
private sector global security managers to identify subject matter experts and
develop curriculum related to the private sector.
Direct the budget
planning, development, and execution, to meet the program's instructional
needs and goals.
supervise the application for Federal and State grants to fund the delivery of
federally accredited anti-terrorism/homeland security training courses and
State supervision and leadership programs.
Respond to Requests
for Proposals and submit grant proposals to funding entities.
Develop and maintain
close working relationships with the ILETSB, IDOC, the various law enforcement
agencies, and corporate security personnel in Illinois and other states.
and enforce internal security policies and procedures to meet Federal and
ILETSB mandated requirements.
preparation and submission of all documentation to meet the College
requirements and those of the ILETSB and Federal law enforcement agencies.
In the absence of the
Program Manager for the Basic Police Training Program, or as workload
requires, assume that position's managerial responsibilities, including the
supervision of employees, Academy Firearms, Defense and Arrest Tactics,
Emergency Vehicle Operation programs and all other elements of the program.
Design and implement
program marketing strategies to maximize program participation and revenue.
Direct and manage,
supervise the standards of conduct, and supervise investigation of allegations
of student misconduct and the administration of discipline up to and including
dismissal from the program.
Other duties as
years as Law Enforcement or Homeland Security officer including 5 years as a
or BS degree in Criminal Justice or related field.
Officer status. Advanced Law Enforcement training, i.e. FBI National Academy,
Northwestern School of Command and Staff, Southern Police Institute. Private
sector global security knowledge and experience.
in Criminal Justice, Homeland Security or related field.
other equipment and software necessary for coordination of program. Wireless
mobile computer lab.
40 hours per week
with some flexibility to adjust to program schedule. Some weekend and evening
work. Some out-of-state and week-long travel required. Excellent written and
oral communication skills are necessary. Car required.
requires a background check and drug screen.
population at the college is diverse in ethnicity, gender, language, age and
background. College of DuPage is an AA/EO employer and strongly encourages
applications from candidates who would enhance the diversity of the College.