*Starting salary is dependent upon
qualifications, but in most cases is no higher than the midpoint for range.
NATURE OF WORK:
The Training and
Office of Administration Manager is directly responsible for the overall
supervision and administration of the Evanston Police Department training
program. This position plans, organizes and coordinates training schedules
and certifications for the department.
(Specific assignment will include some or all of
Receive training to
increase knowledge and skills as a Training and Office of Administration
Manager and career development
Budget and schedule
training programs and special schools necessary to ensure that department members have
the most current information regarding new developments and technology in the law
Supervise, manage and
evaluate the staff in the office of administration.
Disseminate information to all Divisions regarding available training schools
that are designed to raise skill levels.
personnel implementing career development programs, including off duty college curricula.
and coordinate in-service training and assist designated instructors.
Review and approve all
instructional lesson plans to ensure consistency with department policy,
Ensure that required
training programs are attended and all employee training is recorded and
Rapid Deployment Training of police personnel is completed and documented
that personnel identified with specific deficiencies, or upon promotion,
facilities, equipment, forms and personnel to assist the Civil
Service Commission and Human Resources with police recruit examinations.
Ensure enrollment of
police recruits at state certified training academies.
Budget for and ensure distribution of training
bulletins and other pertinent information, e.g.,
Supreme Court decisions, new legislation,
search and seizure decisions, etc., for roll call presentation or general department circulation.
Assist the Patrol
with the general administration and evaluation of field training.
Chair the training
committee and meet at least annually to review department training criteria
recommendations to modify or add training deemed necessary.
Evaluate each department
memberís assignment, together with supervisory recommendations and
evaluations, in order to schedule relevant training.
Serve as a member of
the safety committee, review department safety procedures, review incidents as
they occur and make recommendations to prevent repeat occurrences and improve
Coordinate and manage the extra duty details.
Other duties as assigned.
Oversee the revision
and annual production of the Department Field Directory.
Perform related tasks
MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS OF WORK:
A Bachelorís degree is preferred from an
accredited college or university in Criminal Justice or related degree
associated with this field. In addition to a minimum of five yearsí experience
as a police supervisor or
comparable law enforcement background, preferably with a
training practitioner background. In addition to or any combination of
training and experience that provides the following knowledge, abilities and
high level skills:
Proficiency in the use
of Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint programs.
Possess a valid
practices of accurate technical report writing, English usage, spelling,
grammar and punctuation.
Knowledge of department
Rules and Regulations, Operating Procedure Manual, training manuals, state and
federal laws, Evanston Code of Ordinances, and other related materials
relevant to the training section.
Clear and concise
communication skills; both oral and written.
Ability to foster
cooperative working relationships among department members and maintain
networking liaisons with outside agencies.
Process information and
Prepare clear, accurate
and complete reports and documents.
Understand, interpret and apply federal, state statutes, local ordinances, and
department and city rules, regulations and policies.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS OF WORK:
The position is typical of an office setting.
The employee is subject to inside environmental conditions: protection from
weather conditions, but not necessarily from indoor temperature changes. There
are no environmental hazards associated with this classification.
Work is performed under the general direction of
the Chief of Police or Designee. The employee is responsible for completing work
according to City work rules and safety regulations. Work is reviewed through on
going observation, written and verbal communications, meetings and feedback.
Guidance is provided through state statutes, city ordinances, standard operating
procedures, rules and regulations, policies, procedures and personnel rules.
Performance is evaluated annually for quality of tasks, adherence to work rules,
and performance in accordance with classification standard.
The employee has regular and frequent contact
with division and department employees and other City employees as well as
regular contact with specific software vendors and supply representatives; and
members of the public and representatives of other agencies, including elected
Structured Oral Interview
To apply for this position, please apply online at:
Chosen candidates will be subject to a
qualifying pre-employment medical examination and drug/alcohol screen.
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