Commanding Officer Homicide Squad Job Description Sample
Confidential Homicide Coordinator
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Rochester, NY Name: Confidential Homicide Coordinator Type: County Department Job Announcements Deadline:
Until Filled Price: N/A Salary: $48,524 - $61,540 annually Description of Duties This position involves assisting in the investigation of homicides and securing and disposing of evidence for the District Attorney’s Office. Responsibilities may also include photography responsibilities.
Work is conducted in accordance with established industry practices and procedures. The employee reports directly to, and works under the general supervision of, a senior level staff member. The work may involve on-the-scene investigations, including nights and weekends.
Does related work as required. Minimum Qualifications Graduation from high school or possession of an equivalency diploma plus EITHER: (A) Nine (9) years of paid full-time or its part-time equivalent experience as a police officer that involved specialized investigative experience including such physical crimes as rape, robbery, homicide, arson, assault, burglary; OR, (B) Nine (9) years of paid full-time or its part-time equivalent experience as a police officer at the Sergeant level or higher; OR, (C) An equivalent combination of education and experience as defined by the limits of (A) and (B) above. SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Possession of a Police Officer Training Certificate issued by the New York State Bureau for Municipal Police Training Council at the time of appointment. Must be a United States Citizen at the time of appointment. Possession of a valid class D license to operate a motor vehicle in New York State at the time of application.
Consultant/Therapist 1-Kid Squad Program
At Heartland Family Service, we are committed to building a culture that is trauma informed and values and celebrates diversity and inclusion. We believe this allows for better service delivery and innovation, as it encourages our employees to bring various experiences and uniqueness to the workplace.Trauma Informed Care is an approach to engaging people with histories of trauma that recognizes the presence of trauma symptoms and acknowledges the role that trauma has played in their lives.
Trauma Informed Care also acknowledges the effects of working with trauma survivors on our workforce, and seeks to build collaborative and supportive working environments and relationships.If you believe in our mission of creating healthy families and communities, and like a fast pace, collaborative and team oriented environment, then Heartland Family Service is the agency for you.SUMMARY DESCRIPTION OF WORK:Professionals at this level are experienced and able to work with a minimum of supervision. High production standards are especially required at this level. This position will work 75% of the time in our Kid Squad program and 25% of the time in our outpatient Sarpy office.Essential Duties and Responsibilitiesi *Provides assessment, coaching, therapy and support to children and their families using the Positive Behavior Supports Model.
Maintains resources and provides training to early childhood education professionals, parents, and communityi *Provide psycho-social assessment of children to identify developmental, behavioral and social needs.i *Provide classroom and child specific recommendations for improved social-emotional growth.i *Develop and provide individualized therapy for identified children and families. This includes individual, couples, families and group counseling, behavioral intervention, play therapy or other appropriate intervention techniques and mental health crisis intervention as needed.i *Provide training and coaching regularly with teachers and administration regarding intervention with identified children and classroom.i *Provide consultation with parents of involved children on a regular and consistent basis; offering counseling parenting education and referral services as needed.i *Conduct community-wide training on social emotional topics as identified by KidSquad leadership.i *Determines whether client is appropriate for agency services; determines needed level of care; refers (internal or external) to appropriate level of care.i *Conducts a comprehensive pre-treatment assessment, including 5 axis diagnostic impression and treatment recommendations; refers if other services are needed.i *Establishes a treatment plan, with client participation, which specifies treatment structure, outcomes, goals and objectives; within first 2 sessions.i *Provides educational workshops, classes and presentations on family life and other related topics as assigned and maintains relationship with referral sources.
*Is dependable and punctual regarding scheduling and attendance.i Maintains relationships with referral sources.i Coordinates care when provided by multiple practitioners.i Refers to other Heartland Family Service programs and other community services, as necessary either concurrent with services or for aftercare; follows up to complete referral.i *Maintain client files to include appropriate documentation including assessments and therapeutic intervention plans and completes all case documentation for clinical and billing purposes.i Is prompt and accurate in completing all required reports, statistics and other requirements.i Displays a courteous and caring attitude at all times to the clientele, volunteers, and visitors of the Agency.i Cooperates and collaborates with program area staff, volunteers, and other Agency staff.i Abides by all specific program and Agency procedures, policies, and requirements.i Develops personal and program related skills through participation in internal and external training opportunitie
2018 Helitack Squad Boss
Seasonal Helitack Squad Boss PositionsBase of Operations – Southeast Region (Ellensburg) The Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is currently recruiting for Helitack Squad Bosses to become members of Washington state's Helitack crew. Helitack personnel are centrally based out of Ellensburg but provide state-wide aviation support for fires throughout the season. Helitack personnel perform initial attack firefighting in remote locations (accessed by helicopter) and support DNR's firefighting helicopter fleet. This is an excellent opportunity for motivated individuals who desire a career in natural resource management or to gain fundamental forestry experience through fire crew employment. Individuals must be willing and capable of acting responsibly, accepting direction, and performing strenuous outdoor work safely and productively. The experience and training gained as a Helitack Squad Boss can form the foundation for a successful career in forestry and other natural resource professions. Individuals must be willing and capable of performing strenuous outdoor work, typically in a very hot environment. Hired applicants may be given S-271 (Helicopter Crew Member) and A-219 (Helicopter Longline Remote Specialist) trainings and will support duties as such on and off the fire line under the direction of the Helicopter Manager. The duration of these positions is generally 4-6 months. Duties
SALARY RANGE: $2,313 – $3,054 per month ($13.29 to $17.55 per hour) * Overtime is paid at the rate of time and one-half in excess of 40 hours per work week. For purposes of overtime administration, the agency work week begins at 0001 Monday morning and ends at 2400 Sunday night.
For all hours worked under the Incident Command System, $2.00 is added to an employee's regular hourly rate of pay.
Position is eligible for health/dental insurance.
TYPE OF POSITION: Non-Permanent. Seasonal (4-6 months, may be extended up to 7 months). WPEA Represented.
Important Note: Once appointed to this position the incumbent will be required to pay union dues or other representation fees within the first 30 days of employment.
CLOSES: March 30, 2018
Note: Recruitment may be extended after March 30 depending on the quantity and quality of the application pool. POSITION PROFILE: Under the direction of a Helicopter Manager, the Helitack Squad Boss is responsible for the daily direction, and safe operation of a Helitack Squad performing pre-suppression, fire prevention and wildland fire suppression activities for DNR. In addition:
Participates in statewide fire suppression activities for initial attack, extended attack, mop-up, and patrol and fire-line rehabilitation under the direction of the Helicopter Manager.
Reports directly to the Helicopter Manager and /or fireline supervisor.
Follows all safety protocol and implements basic aviation and fire behavior principles.
Ensures squads readiness and preparedness for all tasks under the direction of the Helicopter Manager.
Leads by example and mentors crew members.
Adheres to all crew and agency polices and follows the chain of command.
Responsible for the maintenance and upkeep of Helitack utilized facilities.
Responsible for crew and equipment readiness to the expectations set forth by the DNR Helitack Program on a daily basis. Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) DNR provides all fire personnel with required safety clothing and Personal Protective Equipment (PPE). All undergarments are the responsibility of the individual and should be 100% cotton. Helitack Squad Bosses are required to wear lace-up boots with Vibram soles and constructed entirely of heavy leather that extends a minimum of 8 inches above the heel cup (inside of boot). DNR will reimburse (when deemed necessary) up to $270 (with original receipt) for the cost of pre-approved boots. Other clothing, such as rain-gear, coats, hats etc., must be provided by the individual.
Working Conditions Many of the duties performed on these jobs require considerable physical exertion; working outdoors in all terrain and weather conditions, working long hours, and extended periods of time away from home. Duties include but may not be limited to the ability to carry up to 45 pounds, run, bend, twist, walk and/or climb. A work capacity test or "pack" test that measures the physical fitness of candidates is administered as part of the selection process. Candidates are required to pass at the "arduous" level for a fire fighter crew member or natural resource worker position. Employees must reside within a short commute of their crew assembly point which is typically considered to be within 35 miles or an equivalently reasonable commute time. Employees must have their own reliable transportation and a home telephone or personal cell phone. Qualifications
* Must be age 18 and possess a high school diploma or G.E.D at the time of hire.
Must possess a valid driver's license and 2 years of driving experience.
Acceptable driving record free of serious traffic violations (see application form below).
The ability to act promptly and use good judgment in emergencies, and deal tactfully with the public.
Must pass the DNR work capacity test or "pack" test at the arduous level during the selection process and prior to starting work.
Fire Fighter 2 Rated.
Ability to be certified as a Helicopter Crew Member (T) (HECM).
Required after initial screening: Applicants meeting position qualifications and who may be considered for an interview will be notified electronically to provide a current Employment/Commercial driving record issued from every state you possessed a driver's license in during the last 3 years. Details on how to obtain this record from Washington State can be found on the Department of Licensing website at: www.dol.wa.gov. You will have 2 weeks (14 days) from the request date to provide the driving records. If you do not provide a copy of all driving records for the last three years within that ten day period, your application will not be considered.
Required at or before the time of the work capacity testing: * Certificate of course completion for IS-100 and IS-700. General information about these courses is included in this announcement.
Completed Waiver and Release Form.
Completed Health Screening Questionnaire (HSQ).
Required upon hire: * Employees must furnish proof of eligibility to work in the United States. Desirable
* Aviation and Initial attack experience.
Strong leadership skills. * 4 years of wildland fire related experience of which 2 or more years are Helitack related experience.
Familiar with DNR Aviation Operating Plan and Standards, IHOG, Helicopter flight manuals, Federal Aviation Regulations and performances and 310-1 position qualifications.
Current Red Card rating of Firefighter Type 1 (FFT1/ ICT5).
Qualified as Air Base Radio Operator (ABRO), Deck Coordinator (DECK).
Experience in structure triage
Experience in burnout operations * ICT4(t) and HMG B(t)
What you should know about theIS-100 and IS-700
courses: Helitack Squad Boss candidates (regardless of work experience with DNR) who receive a contingent employment offer, must provide copies of their certificates of completion for these 2 courses prior to or on the day of the work capacity testing. Failure to do so will disqualify candidates for employment in these positions. If you have previously taken and received credit by DNR for these courses, you will not have to retake the courses or submit a certificate of completion. What you should know about the Work Capacity Test ("Pack Test") During the DNR Work Capacity Testing for Helitack Squad Boss, safety is of primary importance and concern. An element of safety is personal physical fitness and is important for co-worker safety, personal safety and health and for efficient fire line operations. The "Pack Test" is a work capacity test that measures aerobic capacity, muscular strength, and muscular endurance. Firefighters, Strike Team Leaders, Line Scouts, and others assigned arduous duty must be prepared to work in; steep terrain, in extreme temperatures, high altitude, and smoke-while maintaining reserve work capacity to meet unforeseen emergencies. Firefighter candidates must pass the arduous fitness level by completing a 3-mile hike with a 45lb pack in 45 minutes. The test is Pass/Fail only. Failure to pass will disqualify candidates for employment in these positions. Work Capacity Test ("Pack Test")
Training Prior to reporting for work, applicants are strongly encouraged to train for arduous level work capacity. However, before you begin to train for testing or before substantially increasing your level of activity please review the health screening questionnaire (HSQ) and consult your health care provider if necessary. You may contact DNR Recruiting at DNRRecruiting@dnr.wa.gov for a copy of the HSQ. Supplemental Information WHO MAY APPLY This recruitment is open to anyone who meets the required qualifications for this position. APPLICATION PROCESS * To be considered you must apply online at www.careers.wa.gov (
Click on the APPLY button above) * Carefully review your application materials before submitting. If you fail to submit the required documents, you may no longer be considered for the position by the supervisor.
Application Status – once you submit your online application, you can check your status by logging into your account. Finalists for the position will be contacted by the hiring managers directly.
Note: Finalists and/or interview candidates will be asked to provide a driving record issued from all states in which they have held a license during the past 3 years Questions? Please contact Will Dickinson at (509) 925-0981/ Will.Dickinson@dnr.wa.gov or Callan Wilkins at (509) 925-0981/ Callan.Wilkins@dnr.wa.gov or e-mail us at DNRrecruiting@dnr.wa.gov. By submitting the application materials you are indicating that all information is true and correct to the best of your knowledge. You understand that the state may verify information and that untruthful or misleading information is cause for removal from applicant pool or dismissal if employed. This announcement is published by the Washington State Department of Natural Resources (DNR). Washington State Department of Natural Resources is an Equal Opportunity Employer and prohibits discrimination and harassment of any kind. We are committed to providing equal employment opportunities in a fair and impartial manner for all persons without regard to age, sex, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity, race, creed, color, national origin, religion, genetic information, military status, or the presence of any sensory, mental or physical disability or the use of a trained dog guide or service animal by a person with a disability. Persons with a disability who need assistance during the screening process or those needing this announcement in an alternative format may contact DNR Recruiting staff (360) 902-1350 or (360) 902-1128. DNR may be contacted using the Washington State Telecommunications Relay Service (TRS) by dialing 711. Salary: $13.29 - $17.55 Hourly
Location:* Kittitas County – Ellensburg, WA
Job Type:* Seasonal
Department:* Dept. of Natural Resources
Job Number:* 2018 - HSB
Closing:* 3/30/2018 11:59 PM Pacific
Agency:* State of Washington
Address:* View Job Posting for Agency Information View Job Posting for Location, Washington, 98504. Phone: View Posting for Agency Contact
Aquatics Squad Leader
Opportunity at a Glance Continue to develop your leadership skills and apply to be a Squad Leader with the Village of Orland Park's award winning Centennial Park Aquatic Center (CPAC) this summer. Squad Leaders promote excellent customer service and oversee their team and designated facility operations with a focus on CPAC's number one objective SAFETY.
Key Responsibilities As a Squad Leader you will directly oversee the daily performance of a team of lifeguards and team leaders and inform the manager on duty of any staff concerns, disciplinary matters, and patron or facility issues that arise. Squad Leaders understand and effectively teach safety, rescue, and first aid protocols to lifeguards; actively supervise the activity of his/her assigned pool and surrounding deck, as well as ensure each lifeguard team is performing all skills and duties as expected. Qualifications, Knowledge, Skills A high school diploma is required for this position, completion of some college coursework is preferred.
Squad Leaders must be at least 18 years of age and have been an effective CPAC Team Leader (TL). Squad Leaders are required to attend and complete all necessary preseason and in service trainings and meetings. In addition, a Squad Leader must successfully earn a Star 1 Starfish Aquatics Instructor License by completing land and water training/test out sessions. Job ID2017-1268 Employment TypeSeasonal Job LocationUS-IL-Orland Park IMRF EligibileNot IMRF Eligible CategoryAquatics SalaryS13.50 per hour
Supplement Your Warehouse Job Income Driving With Bite Squad (Pickerington,Oh)
Why Bite Squad?
Unlike many delivery companies, our drivers are W2 employees and true members of the SQUAD. You will benefit from flexible scheduling, earn a guaranteed hourly wage and enjoy the full support of both our local team and 24/7 dispatch support team.
Have your own vehicle with insurance
Valid driver's license for a minimum of two years
Pass a motor vehicle background check
Own an iPhone or Android
Earn an average of $15-$20/hr - we provide an hourly wage plus tips plus reimbursements. We'll guarantee $20/hr MINIMUM on weekend night shifts!
Flexible schedules - set your own availability!
You will be a W2 employee, not a contractor
Opportunities for long-term growth (management)
Opportunity to drive company vehicle
Associated topics: associate, coordinator, dock c, fulfillment, handler, material handler, palletizer, picker, warehouse, warehouseman
Wildland Fire Crew – Squad Boss, Senior Crewmember, Crewmember
CITY OF FLAGSTAFF Flagstaff is the largest community in the high country and is the county seat for Coconino County, the largest county in the United States. A historic Route 66 town, Flagstaff is ideally located at the juncture of Interstate 17 and Interstate 40.
Though still reflecting a small town atmosphere, it maintains a selective growth plan with new expansion programs underway. The City of Flagstaff is Northern Arizona’s Employer of Choice Our City government is devoted to enhancing the quality of life of our citizens and the experience of the many visitors who are attracted to Northern Arizona.
Geek Squad Consultation Agent
Geek Squad Consultation Agent
Location Number: 000600-Eugene-Store
What does a Geek Squad Consultation Agent do? Do all things technology fire you up? Can you swap a motherboard or hook up a home theater system blindfolded?
Does the thought of installing an LCD in an SUV, and getting paid for it, make you salivate? If you answered yes to any of these questions, congratulations, your dream career might be waiting for you at Geek Squad. We invite you to join our illustrious ranks.
A Geek Squad Consultation Agent is a brand ambassador for both the Geek Squad and Best Buy brands. As the solutions expert, the Consultation Agent manages the Geek Squad check-in and check-out experience for customers and helps them find the complete solution that works for them. They coach the sales team, building trust and explaining services and technology to help meet all customer needs. Their knowledge of services, technology and business group strategies in partnership with the sales team ensures no customer is ever left unserved or underserved. 70% of your time you will:
Engage customers using selling skills to provide solutions aligning with their “definition of fix.” 30% of your time you will:
Work with the sales team, explaining services and technology to help them achieve business goals.
- Perform other duties as assigned. What are the Professional Requirements of a Geek Squad Consultation Agent? Basic
+ 3-6 months working experience Preferred
High School diploma or equivalent
Associate degree in general electronics or computer repair + 1+ years retail or customer service experience + 1+ years experience diagnosing or repairing PCs or consumer electronics Req #:
575290BR Address Line 1:
3300 GATEWAY ST City:
OR Zip: 97477-1054
Job Level: Entry Level
Employment Category: Part Time
Brand: Geek Squad
About Geek Squad It all began with a few oddly dressed heroes fixing computers. Today, we’re an army of Agents more than 18,000 strong, on a singular mission to rid the world of rogue technology.
We’re still oddly dressed, but we’re now oddly dressed and saving the day across the globe. If you’re techno-exceptional, good with people and great at having fun while doing top-quality work, we invite you to join our illustrious ranks.
Best Buy Company and its Family of Brands Best Buy is the world’s largest multi-channel consumer electronics retailer with stores in the United States, Canada, and Mexico. We are the 11th largest online retailer in the U.S. and Canada, we have the number one customer loyalty program of its kind and more than 1.6 billion visitors to our websites and stores each year. Our more than 165,000 employees are committed to helping deliver the technology solutions that provide value, enabling access to people, knowledge, ideas and fun – whether online, via mobile device or in our stores.
Additional Job Information:What are my rewards and benefits? Discover your career here! At Geek Squad and Best Buy we offer much more than a paycheck.
Surrounded by the latest and greatest technology, a team of amazing coworkers and a work environment where anything is possible, you’ll find it easy to be your best when you work with us. We provide an exciting work environment with a community of techno learners where you can be yourself while investing in your career. Empowered with knowledge you will discover endless opportunities to grow. From deep employee discounts to tuition reimbursement, to health, wealth and wellness benefits, to learning and development programs, we believe the success of our company depends on the passion of employees for learning, technology and people.
Job Search Categories: Geek Squad, Retail Jobs
SUMMARY OF POSITION Protects the city's residents and property and enforces laws and ordinances. Duties include patrolling an assigned area, generally by vehicle, and responding to emergency calls and routine complaints, taking appropriate action.
ORGANIZATIONAL RELATIONSHIPS 1. Reports to: Patrol Supervisor; Corporal and/or Sergeant. 2.
Directs: This is a non-supervisory position. 3. Other: Has frequent contact with other police department employees, other law enforcement agencies, and the general public. ESSENTIAL DUTIES - Patrols an assigned area, by vehicle or by foot, to prevent crimes and enforce laws and ordinances; - Responds to emergency calls and routine complaints and disturbances, including domestic disputes and burglar alarms, and takes necessary action when necessary - Directs and escorts traffic, operates traffic radar monitoring equipment, issues traffic citations, and investigates traffic accidents; - Questions witnesses, complainants, and suspects, and takes statements; - Serves warrants and makes arrests; - Keeps records of activities and makes reports concerning crimes, complaints, accidents, and investigations; - Appears in court as required; - Shares information and works with other law enforcement agencies as directed and appropriate; - Conducts security checks of businesses and residential areas on patrol route; - Responds to animal control calls; - Assists in criminal investigations, including sexual assault, child abuse, narcotic, and homicide cases; - Tags and logs in evidence; - Maintains on-call status and works overtime as necessary; - Specializes in traffic, suspect apprehension, directed patrol, or other areas as assigned; - Occasionally relieves Communications Operator as necessary.
Other Important Duties Performs such other related duties as may be assigned. REQUIRED KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES Knowledge of: Applicable state, federal, and local laws; techniques and procedures used in the law enforcement field; accident investigation; city ordinances; radar operation and applicable procedures of use; and the use and care of vehicles, firearms, and specialized equipment.
Skill/Ability to: understand and follow written and oral instructions, departmental policies, rules, regulations, and laws; operate a vehicle under emergency conditions; attend and understand police officer training courses; establish and maintain effective working relationships with co-workers, other law enforcement agencies, judicial officials, and the general public; demonstrate proficiency in both oral and written communication; analyze situations and adopt a quick, effective, and reasonable course of action; maintain accurate records; tolerate outside working conditions, including exposure to adverse weather conditions; and maintain appropriate necessary certifications, Texas driver's license applicable to job responsibilities, and good driving record. ACCEPTABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING High school diploma or its equivalent (GED), graduation from a state-approved police academy with a current valid TCOLE license, or the ability to obtain a TCOLE license, (college course work in criminal justice desirable); not have been convicted, placed on probation, or ordered community supervision by a court of a class B misdemeanor or higher in the last ten years; not have been convicted of family violence; not ever have been convicted of an offense Class A Misdemeanor or above; have not been discharged from any branch of military service for less than honorable conditions. CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES REQUIRED Basic Certification by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE); or possesses acceptable training to meet minimum standards for initial licensure as outlined in the current Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officer Texas Administrative Code 217.1 and appropriate Texas driver's license.
Police Officer Trainee
Police Officer Trainee Print Apply Police Officer Trainee Salary $39,312.54 - $51,103.56 Annually Location Nashville, TN Job Type Full-Time Civil Service Department Police Officer Trainee Job Number C15-2016
Questions Position Description Attends and completes an in-service and field training program in police science. Performs related duties as required. SALARY $39,312.54 annual salary rate for weeks 1-24 $43,684.18 annual salary rate for weeks 25-50 (Police Officer 1) $44,994.70 w/Associate's Degree, $46,305.23 w/Bachelor's Degree $48,384.49 annual salary rate starting at week 51 (Police Officer 2) $49,836.02 w/Associate's Degree, $51,287.56 w/Bachelor's Degree Typical Duties This classification spends considerable time in a classroom environment and requires some physical exertion such as running, walking, climbing, bending, stooping, stretching, or similar activities. Completes a basic training program that consists of courses in criminal law, firearms training, physical training, first aid, traffic accident investigation, traffic law enforcement, human relations, crime scene research, riot control, patrol procedures, departmental policies, report writing, and other related areas. Minimum Qualifications The Metro Nashville Police Department is a 24/7 operation. Employees must be able to work any day and/or shift, as needed.
At least sixty (60) semester hours of course work from an accredited college or university with an overall G.P.A. of 2.0 ("C" average) or above
- High school diploma or GED plus one of the following: * at least two (2) years active military duty (Honorable Discharge) * at least two (2) years as a full-time, certified (Tennessee P.O.S.T. Certification or equivalent State certification) active law enforcement officer * 5 years responsible, full-time work experience
No Other Substitutions
NOTE: Once hired, employees are required to successfully complete the Metro Nashville Police Training Academy. Note: Per Metro Ordinance No. SO94-1078. All employees of the Metropolitan Government shall be residents of the State of Tennessee or become residents of the state within six (6) months of employment as a prerequisite to employment with the Metropolitan Government. LICENSES REQUIRED Valid "Class D" Driver's License ADDITIONAL REQUIREMENTS 1. Must be 21 years of age and a U.S. citizen at the time of hire, or a permanent legal resident of the United States who is an honorably discharged veteran of the United States armed forces. 2. Far visual acuity must be at least 20/20 in the better eye and 20/30 in the other eye binocular corrected with contact lenses or spectacles. Far visual acuity uncorrected must be at least 20/100 binocular for wearers of hard contacts or spectacles. Successful long-term soft contact lens wearers shall not be subject to the uncorrected criterion. Applicants must have worn soft contacts for at least six months prior to the employment physical. * 3. Must have normal color vision. 4. Must pass a medical examination with standards set out in the Metropolitan Charter. *NOTE: The Civil Service Commission may, at the request of the Chief of Police, allow an applicant admission to the Metropolitan Police Department Training Academy, provided the applicant's overall uncorrected vision is 20/20, and has previously demonstrated the ability to complete the curriculum prescribed by the Metropolitan Police Department. Review the Police Officer Trainee Employment Standards before applying. The following required documents MUST be submitted at the time of application:
High School Diploma or GED
Official College Transcripts
- If you wish to qualify under the college path, we need a copy of your official college transcript. Transcripts Issued To Student are accepted only if they include the registrar's signature/seal (showing 60 semester hours and 2.0 GPA).
- Military Discharge, long form DD214
- If you wish to qualify under the military path. According to the Tennessee P.O.S.T. Commission Law Enforcement Officer Certification Requirements, applicants must not have been released or discharged under any other than honorable discharge from any of the armed forces of the United States.
- P.O.S.T. Certification
- If you are an existing Police Officer.
If you wish to qualify under the five+ years of full-time work experience, be sure to include a detailed employment history in the Work Experience section of the application. Candidates with accreditations earned in a foreign institute are encouraged to apply. All supporting documents must be attached to your online application at the time of application. Each document should be saved individually in a PDF format. Do not include resumes, cover letters, driver's license, social security cards, or various training certificates. Our police officers enjoy premium benefits.
34 paid days off per year after one calendar year (20 vacation days, 3 personal days, 11 holidays) + 1 sick day per month accumulated up to 120 days + 20 paid military days per year
Up to 30 work days of Paid Family Leave (upon meeting eligibility guidelines)
State supplemented in-service pay of $600 each year (in addition to regular salary)
Overtime pay: In fiscal year 2016 our Police Officer 2's averaged $5,057.50 (in addition to regular salary)
Longevity pay (in addition to regular salary)
MetroMax 457 Deferred Compensation Plan which allows employees to contribute to a retirement plan tax-deferred and earnings on the retirement money are also tax-deferred.
Compensated for time spent in court
Vested for pension after 10 years
Vested for medical pension after 10 years
Use of Montgomery GI bills and Post 9/11 GI bills, in first year of training
Paychecks are automatically deposited on the 7th and 22nd of each month. Insurance
Health Insurance: BlueCross BlueShield PPO or Cigna Choice Fund and may choose either individual or family coverage. Both companies provide coverage for mental health/substance abuse.
Metro pays 75% of the medical premium with employees only paying 25% of the premium
Life Insurance: Metro provides active employees-at not cost-with $50,000 in basic life insurance and $50,000 in AD&D insurance. Supplemental life and dependent life insurance is available to purchase. Supplemental life can be purchased by new employees up to $200,000 without proof of good health and up to $500,000 with evidence of insurability (EOI). You may enroll your spouse/domestic partner with $10,000 without proof of good health (EOI) if you enroll when you first become eligible-either at benefit eligibility or within 60 days of your marriage.
Dental Insurance: Metro provides BlueCross BlueShield single dental coverage at not cost to employees. Family dental plans are available to purchase.
Optional vision insurance
Additional coverage available through payroll deductions Clothing and Equipment Allowance + $500 every year for uniform maintenance
Basic equipment and sidearm issued during academy training 01 Are you a United States citizen?
No 02 Do you have a valid "Class D" (operator) Driver's License?
No 03 Do you have a High School Diploma or a state issued G.E.D.?
No 04 Applicants must be 21 years of age or older to apply for Police Officer Trainee. Applications from candidates who are within two months of their 21st birthday will be accepted. I have attached a copy of my birth certificate to this employment application.
Yes, I have attached a copy of my birth certificate to the application
No, I have not attached my birth certificate 05 Are you fluent with a language, other than English, in both written and spoken word?
No 06 If your are bilingual, list the language(s) other than English in which you are fluent. 07 Do you have a felony conviction?
No 08 Have you ever sold any kind of narcotic, dangerous drug or marijuana?
No 09 Have you used marijuana within the past two years?
No 10 Which of the following best describes your qualifications for Police Officer Trainee?
I have earned 60 or more semester hours of college credit from an accredited college or university and have a 2.0 GPA or higher
I have two or more years of active military service and have/will receive an honorable discharge
I have five or more years of full-time work experience (post high school graduation or 18th birthday).
I am/was a Police Officer for two or more years and have POST certification or equivelant 11 Based on your qualifications, mark the answer below to indicate which document(s) you will attach to your application for Police Officer Trainee. NOTE: Each document must be attached as a separate file.
- Attach a copy of your "official" college transcripts. "Official" transcripts can be those Issued To Student and they must have the schools registrar's signature. Transcripts printed from the school's website are not acceptable
- Military credit
- Attach a copy of your DD214 - LONG FORM that lists discharge information. If you are currently serving a letter from your commanding officer stating that you will receive an honorable discharge is acceptable. Also attach copy of proof of education (i.e. High School Diploma, G.E.D. transcripts, or college transcripts)
- Work experience
- Attach a copy of High School Diploma or G.E.D. Transcripts
- Prior police experience
- Attach a copy of high school diploma, G.E.D. transcripts, or college transcripts and a copy of P.O.S.T. certificate or equivelant 12 Do you live in the middle Tennessee area, or if not, are you willing to relocate to the middle Tennessee area if offered the Police Officer Trainee position?
No 13 Per TCA code 38-8-106, applicants for Public Safety positions shall "Not have been convicted of or pleaded guilty to or entered a plea of nolo contendere to any felony charge OR to any violation of any federal or state laws or city ordinances relating to force, violence, theft, dishonesty, gambling, liquor, controlled substances". Do you have any violations related to the above stated code that would prevent you from continuing in the application process?
No 14 I understand that all related work history/experience, education, certification and/or licenses must be reflected on my application for this position. All required documents should be attached before I click the submit button on my application for Police Officer Trainee. I further understand that an incomplete application or missing documents will result in disqualification.
Yes Required Question Agency Metropolitan Government of Nashville & Davidson County Address Human Resources Department 404 James Robertson Parkway, Suite 1000 Nashville, Tennessee, 37219. Phone (615) 862-6640 Website http://www.nashville.gov/Human-Resources/Employment-Opportunities.aspx Apply Your browser does not support the IFRAME feature, which is required by this web page.
Command Center Watch Officer - Secret Clearance
DXC Technology (NYSE: DXC) is the world’s leading independent, end-to-end IT services company, helping clients harness the power of innovation to thrive on change. Created by the merger of CSC and the Enterprise Services business of Hewlett Packard Enterprise, DXC Technology serves nearly 6,000 private and public sector clients across 70 countries. The company’s technology independence, global talent and extensive partner alliance combine to deliver powerful next-generation IT services and solutions. DXC Technology is recognized among the best corporate citizens globally. For more information, visit www.dxc.technology at http://www.dxc.technology/ . DXC Technology has an immediate need in our U.S. Public Sector group for a NGEN Command Center Watch Officer - Secret Clearance in Norfolk, VA.
Assist with lifecycle oversight of Government Directed Actions to ensure implementations are completed in accordance with established timeframes.
Ensure real time information exchange of operational, critical situations, and disaster preparedness to operational customer.
Assist with and occasionally hosts business continuity restoration calls.
Utilize internal systems to report incidents to leadership.
Take escalations if any alerts/events are identified by monitoring analysts as significant and requiring action.
Perform initial assessment and triage on the criticality and impact of events and engages the appropriate processes and personnel if escalation outside OC is required.
Ensure the Watch Officer is apprised of all details regarding an event or incident in order that the issue can be assigned the appropriate priority based on scope and impact.
Assist with the creation of PowerPoint slide decks as needed.
Provide support to Site Operations and other external organizations through the use of problem resolution skills and independent decision making.
Maintain timely (5 minutes or less) response to network infrastructure warning, critical and fatal event alert notices.
Responsible for generating well-documented Critical Incident Reports for leadership. DXC Technology is EEO F/M/Protected Veteran/ Individual with Disabilities
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