Fire Investigation Lieutenant Job Description Sample
Community Risk Reduction Lieutenant - Department Of Fire & Emergency Services
Salary grade/DBM is FF322
The Community Risk Reduction Lieutenant position is within the Community Risk Reduction Division. The Lieutenant manages programs related to community risk reduction and community business inspection partnerships in accordance with policies, procedures and guidelines of the department. In addition, the Lieutenant reviews documents and reports and observes field work for quality assurance. Personnel in this position will investigate grant opportunities; assist with proposal development and program compliance with grant specifications as well as develop performance measures and evaluation methods for community risk reduction services, assists with budget preparation, and assesses equipment and personnel needs.
The Community Risk Reduction Division is charged with fire inspections, investigations, and all code-related topics within the business community of the county.
This job is a safety sensitive position that will require a pre-employment drug test and subsequent random drug and alcohol testing in accordance with Gwinnett County Drug and Alcohol Free Workplace.
- High School Diploma, or G.E.D.;
- Two years of fire inspection, firefighting, emergency medical services, education, or related experience.
Valid Driver's License from state of residency;
SBCCI or ICC or NPQ Fire Inspector I or equivalent;
Management Development Program or equivalent;
Georgia Fire Inspector Certificate;
Public Fire and Life Safety Educator I.
For information related to position specific Essential Duties, Knowledge, Skills and Physical Requirements, click here*.
NOTE: The class specifications listed on this site are not the official class specifications for Gwinnett County and are subject to change.
Summary Benefits Supplemental Questions
The purpose of the position is to provide emergency and non-emergency response to calls for service. This is accomplished by directing personnel in fire suppression, rescue, emergency medical response, hazardous incidents, training, fire apparatus and equipment maintenance, pre-fire survey operations and fire prevention activities and education. The Fire Lieutenant may conduct fire or incident investigations.
Essential Functions:Responds to fire, rescue, and EMS incidents; obtains information; analyzes quick response routes and water supply locations and status; assigns fire fighters to jobs at strategic locations; develops scene strategies; assess extent of fire; makes decisions regarding requests for additional personnel and equipment; coordinates activities; monitors crews; directs clean up; coordinates with other agencies
Prepares reports, documentation and correspondences; writes quality and accurate incident reports; prepares written pre-incident plans and reports; writes letters, memos and other correspondences for the department; manages and performs station duties; cleans and maintains the stations; ensures apparatuses and equipment are clean, maintained and ready to use; ensuring that all personnel have resources they require
Maintains and expands job knowledge and skills; participates in classroom trainings, station or company drills; studies maps and pre-incident planning; maintains knowledge of basic current fire code, new firefighting, rescue and medical techniques; distributes information and answers questions; administers in-housing testing; notices and inspects possible hazards
Coordinates, schedules and implements drills; provides training on new tactics; conducts refresher training on skills and evaluation evolution; documents or obtains certifications; coordinates training of crews by other agencies; provided coaching, mentoring, and motivation; possesses knowledge of curriculum and training design, teaching design, teaching and instruction for individuals and groups
Performs other related duties such as special projects, research and purchase products; delegates work assignments; creates and implements Standard Operating Procedures; and submits project budgets as assigned
Performs other duties as required
The Fire Lieutenant supervises 2 to 4 FEOs, Firefighters, or Master Firefighters.
The work typically requires intermittent standing, stooping, climbing, crawling, heavy lifting and carrying. The employee uses equipment requiring a high degree of dexterity and strength.
An equivalent combination of education and experience that would provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities to perform the duties of the job
Personnel policies and procedures
Departmental SOP's and rules and regulations
Advanced firefighting and rescue techniques
Fire apparatus and equipment
Hydraulics and fire streams
State and local fire codes
Streets and other local geography
First-aid and CPR
Fire suppression techniques
Operation and use of fire equipment and apparatus
Rescue and extrication techniques
Driving in emergency situations
Apparatus problem solving and troubleshooting
Radio usage and procedure
Work successfully in a team environment and in high stress situations
Solve problems and make sound decisions; performing mathematical calculations
Utilize a personal computer and various word processing and database software applications
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, customers, and supervisors
Communicate effective orally and in writing
Model behavior that is consistent with our values of RESPECT
A high school diploma or its equivalent
Four years of experience in Chapel Hill Fire Department with at least two years as a Master Firefighter or Fire Equipment Operator.
NC Level I Fire Instructor Certification
IFSAC Fire Officer I Certification
16 Hours of Incident Command and Tactics Training
Must be checked off as an Acting Officer by CHFD
North Carolina Class B Driver's License
Revised: June 16, 2016
This classification has been designated as Safety Sensitive and is subject to random drug and alcohol testing.
Fire Investigation Technician (Part-Time)
Donan, established in 1947 and an industry leader in Forensic Engineering, Fire Investigation and additional Claims Services, has an immediate opening for an experienced part-time Fire Investigator Technician to cover our Minnepolis, MN area. This is a remote employment opportunity for a seasoned professional who wants to join a first class, rapidly growing organization.
Are you a problem solver? Have you ever taken something apart just to understand how it functions? Do you have excellent writing skills? Are you motivated when working on your own? Would you prefer working for a family owned company rather than an impersonal giant? Do you have integrity? Do you demand personal excellence from yourself? Do you want to work for an employer who is committed to employee safety? If you can honestly answer yes to all of the above questions apply today to become a part of our business family! Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Fire Investigator Technician is responsible for assisting Donan Fire Investigators with studying fire and explosion scenes during an origin of cause investigation. They will be in the presence of Donan Fire Investigators at all times and will assist with the processing fire scenes, collection of evidence, and operating Donan vehicles. They will be exposed to seasoned fire investigators as they work, providing invaluable experience for anyone interested in becoming a fire investigator. The Fire Investigation Technician will report directly to the Regional Fire Manager.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Will assist the Fire Investigator with travel demands for investigations which will include driving to and from sites as needed.
Will assist with the physical demands of fire investigation scenes as needed by Fire Investigator.
Must be consistently punctual to scheduled site visits with the assigned Donan Fire Investigator(s).
Maintain professional and comfortable rapport with close client interaction, often dealing with sensitive and confidential information.
Must be willing to work a flexible schedule during periods of peak business demand.
Will provide excellent customer service to both the companys internal and external customers.
Other duties as assigned by management on an as needed basis.
An interest in fire investigation or firsthand experience in fire investigation is highly preferred.
A minimum of two years of fire-related experience or relevant education, combinations of both will be considered.
Must be hands on and able to climb ladders, roofs, crawl in tight spaces, etc. on an as needed basis.
Meet all standards for pre-employment physical examinations.
Must be team oriented and enjoy service oriented type work.
Must have a valid drivers license with an acceptable driving record in accordance with the firms guidelines.
Must have the ability to utilize extreme discretion with sensitive and confidential information.
Must have superior customer service skills.
Must conduct business in an honest and ethical fashion at all times.
Must have the ability to work efficiently with little or no supervision.
Must be willing to travel and/or work a flexible schedule during periods of peak demand. Some overnight travel will be required on an as needed basis.
Must be willing to work from a remote office setting while traveling from project site to project site.
Must be familiar with, or be able to become familiar with, NFPA 921, ASTM 1188, ASTM 1492, ASTM E860, and ASTM E1459.
Frequently required to stand on ones feet for prolonged periods of time.
Frequently required to lift and/or move objects weighing 50-100 lbs.
Frequently required to climb onto first and second story roofs, ascend/descend ladders, stairs, scaffolding, ramps, etc.
Frequently required to balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
Frequently required to reach with hands and arms.
Frequently required to drive a vehicle for extended periods of time.
Frequently required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel.
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The incumbent will under general direction and with limited supervision, assist in planning, managing, implementing, supervising and performing daily Security and Safety operations for Beaumont Health. Armed security supervisor who supervises the daily operations of the shift. Armed means being equipped with a firearm and/or Conduit Electronic Weapon. This includes responsibility for all assigned buildings, property, equipment, and officers. Assist in establishing standards of performance, staffing patterns, and department policies and procedures.
Patrols Beaumont Health facilities and properties following designated patrol routes. Assists employees, patients, and visitors by providing vehicle assistance functions and as necessary, calls for road service. Observes buildings and grounds in order to detect illegal entry or activities and inspect equipment, doors, and windows to determine that they are functional and secure.
Responds to emergency situations throughout the assigned facility such as fire, disturbances, accidents, criminal activity, and bomb threats. Enforces security policies and maintains a log of activities during incidents. Assists with Monthly Fire Drills and Extinguisher inspections per NFPA Codes and reports observed safety hazards and malfunctioning electrical systems, plumbing leaks, heating failures, etc.
Conducts preliminary investigations on incidents occurring at the assigned facility and documents all investigative activities and incidents through the completion of daily accident, hazard, and/or incident reports.
Testifies during hearings and other legal proceedings presenting information and accounts on incidents that have occurred on Beaumont Health property when necessary.
Uses proactive defense tactics and non-violent verbal de-escalation skills to neutralize situations involving patients, staff, and visitors to prevent any violence.
Assists Emergency Department staff with Hazmat/Decontamination procedures as well as providing security and keeping order in the decontamination area.
Provides CPR/First-Aid in the event of a medical emergency on premises until trained medical staff from hospital or local safety services professionals arrive on the scene. Assists nursing staff with physical management/restraint of patients as ordered by a physician.
Security Officers with Michigan Public Act (PA 330) certification duties in addition to those above: 1. Issues citations and tickets under PA 330 enforcement authority and local city ordinances. 2. Posses, carries and uses tasers and other weapons while on active duty on premises and as determined by Beaumont Health policy & procedures.
Education: High School graduate or equivalent required.
Experience: 1 year of experience as a law enforcement officer, security officer or military security experience required. PA 330 certification preferred.
Licensure: Valid Michigan Operators License with no more than 3 points. Michigan Concealed Pistol License (CPL) required when carrying tasers and/or firearms.
Outstanding interpersonal skills. Excellent verbal and written communication skills. Ability to use Windows based computer systems.
Correctional Lieutenant III
Description of Work
This is an INTERNAL posting to DPS - DPS EMPLOYEES ONLY!
Salary Grade: GN10 Recruitment Range: $39,611 - $63,378
This position is located at Pasquotank Correctional Institution in Elizabeth City, North Carolina. Pasquotank Correctional Institution is a Close/Minimum facility housing male inmates. This position is responsible for providing supervision for subordinate staff, conducting shift line-up, making shift assignments, and inspecting all personnel to determine if they are physically and mentally capable of assuming an assigned post. This position is responsible for conducting investigations and performs searches of persons, places and objects. Responsible for completing, reviewing and maintaining time reports, duty roster, leave schedules, performance evaluations and administrative forms. Makes security inspections of the facility and grounds; monitors posts to ascertain that officers are alert, that discipline is being maintained, and that assignments are carried out properly. Perform rescue functions to include CPR, basic first aid, physically removing people from dangerous areas and using firefighting equipment to include fire hoses, extinguishers and breathing apparatus. Responsible for identifying training needs and coordinates delivery of training to subordinate staff. Accounts for persons and funds and insures that all equipment is operationally ready for use. This position works closely with and reports directly to the Correctional Captain III.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities / Competencies
Listed below are the knowledge, skills and abilities (KSAs) associated with this position. These KSAs, along with the minimum education and experience listed, are required in order to be deemed "eligible" for this position. Therefore, you must demonstrate or provide supporting information within the body of your application to demonstrate your possession of each KSA listed.
Documented supervisory skills in a prison facility
Knowledge of facility operations
Knowledge of Prisons' policy and procedures
Documented report writing skills
Currently on the Lieutenant's eligibility list
Minimum Education and Experience Requirements
High School or General Educational Development (GED) diploma and three years of experience as a Correctional Sergeant, or two years of experience as a Correctional Sergeant III; or an equivalent combination of education and experience. Necessary Special Qualifications Must be eligible for certification by the N.C. Criminal Justice Education and Training and Standards Commission.
Supplemental and Contact Information
Supplemental and Contact Information:
The N.C. Department of Public Safety (DPS) is an Equal Opportunity Employer and encourages
qualified men and women to apply. DPS uses the Merit-Based Recruitment and Selection Plan to fill positions subject to the State Personnel Act with the most qualified individuals. Hiring salary will be based on relevant qualifications, internal equity and budgetary considerations pertinent to the advertised position.
Online applications are only accepted through http://www.oshr.nc.gov/jobs
Resumes will not be accepted in lieu of the state application. Embedded or attached resumes ARE NOT accepted as a substitution for a completed application.
To receive credit for all of your work history and credentials, you must list the information on the State of North Carolina application in the Education and Work Experience sections of the applications form. Any information omitted cannot be considered for qualifying credit.
Degrees must be received from appropriately accredited institutions.
Applicants seeking Veteran's Preference must attach a DD form 214, Certificate of Release or Discharge from Active Duty, along with your application.
During the online application process if additional documentation is required, attach the documentation at the bottom of Step 4 in the application process.
If applying for a position certified through the North Carolina Department of Justice-Criminal Justice Standards Division, refer to http://www.ncdoj.gov/getdoc/831a884b-7b81-42bf-aa64 6d725bbbd49e/Criminal-Justice-Education-and-Training-Standards.aspx for specific certification requirements.
The NC Department of Public Safety must adhere to the United States Department of Justice Final Rule on the "National Standards to Prevent, Detect, and Respond to Prison Rape" under the Prison Rape Elimination Act (PREA) Standards at 28 C.F.R. Part 115 Docket No. OAG-131 RIN 1105-AB34. Refer to http://www.ncdps.gov/document/prea-hiring-and-promotion-prohibitions for hiring and promotion prohibition requirements for all positions in the NC Department of Public Safety.
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Crystal Miller (252)-214-6906
Police Lieutenant - Internal Applicants Only - NO Longer Accepting Applications
Definition Benefits Supplemental Questions
An individual in this position acts as a shift commander and supervises police sergeants, police officers and other civilian employees. The role involves assuming control of police activities in major emergencies such as fires and civil disturbances in the absence of a police captain. He or she analyzes data and makes certain that police manpower is being used productively and in the right areas; oversees and assists in the response to emergency telephone calls and takes the appropriate action.
Examples of Work:
Manage shift personnel by establishing goals and objectives; and ensure duties and responsibilities of all officers are carried out efficiently and effectively.
Conduct performance evaluations; mentor employees, manage work assignments; approve work schedules; resolve operational issues; review and approve written documentation prepared by officers; perform inspections of officers and assigned equipment; and provide counseling and discipline as needed.
Address administrative issues by providing inter-divisional advice as needed; compile statistical reports for division commander; handle special assignments as directed.
Recommend policy and procedure modifications; investigate minor citizen complaints; refer non-routine matters to the appropriate person; coordinate in-service training of personnel assigned to shift; serve as jail administrator; design and instruct in-service training; and provide assistance in the department hiring process as assigned.
Conduct background investigations; manage in-car videotape program; manage the repair and upkeep of all in-car cameras.
Perform other related duties as assigned.
Subject to 24 hour recall.
Education, Experience, or Certification:
High School Diploma or General Education Development (GED) Certificate, and a minimum of two (2) years continuous service as a Missouri City Police Department Sergeant and Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) certification are required.
TEST DATE: 05/23/2018
Supplemental Information:The Department of Human Resources & Organizational Development may consider an equivalent combination of education, training and/or experience.
Corrections Lieutenant - #02129
Applications for this position must be submitted electronically through this website. Mailed, emailed, faxed, or hand delivered applications and résumés will not be accepted.
Contributes to the agency's public safety mission by managing daily activities of security supervisors, Corrections Officers and offenders in an institutional setting. Supervises and monitors staff on assigned shift to ensure a safe, secure and productive environment. Leads and counsels staff.
May coordinate work schedules and assign duty rosters for assigned shift. Contributes to administration of performance management system for staff. Conducts ongoing inspections to maintain, security, sanitation and good order of the institution. Interacts with management, staff, visitors, offenders and the public to maintain orderly and secure operations.
High school diploma or equivalent. Valid Drivers License.
DCJS Certification. Considerable experience in corrections or law enforcement. Experience supervising corrections staff.
Demonstrated knowledge of practices and procedures governing security and/or administration. Working experience planning, scheduling, and/or organizing work for others to include timekeeping and duty roster management. Experience in reviewing and evaluating records and reports and applying post orders.
Ability to sufficiently receive, understand, follow and give oral and written instructions. Working knowledge in the use of firearms, radio equipment, physical control devices, electric and electronic controls.
Prefer coursework in criminal justice or related field from an accredited community college, college, or university or equivalent training or experience. Prefer knowledge and experience with Evidence Based Practices. Prefer working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel, and Outlook programs.
All applicants are subject to a background investigation and pre-employment drug screen. The investigation may include: fingerprint checks (State Police, FBI); local agency checks; employment verification; verification of education (relevant to employment); credit checks; and other checks requested by the hiring authority.
Police Lieutenant A
Job Posting Title:Police Lieutenant A
Department:LSUAM FA - Police
Uniform Patrol (Marshall Scott Walters (00006595))
Work Location:LSU - Baton Rouge
Pay Grade:Classified Protective Services
This is a highly responsible managerial law enforcement position in which incumbent serves as a uniformed or plain clothes member of the LSU Police Department assigned to the Operations Division, Uniform Patrol Unit. This position description describes the typical duties/work setting of the job.
The actual duties and percentage effort for a duty listed on the position description may vary slightly and the incumbent may be required to perform other duties as assigned. Job Distinctions: Police Sergeant A – presence of supervisor duties; Police Captain A – absence of managerial duties.
The physical area covered by the department includes the campus with over 250 principal buildings located on more than 200 acres, and additional facilities (South Campus, FETC, Rural Life Museum, Hilltop Arboretum) located off campus in Baton Rouge. Works shifts designed to best supplement the Operations Division in their mission to provide safety to the campus population.
30% Routinely serves as first line supervisor and exercises daily command over Police Sergeant A and Police Officer 1A, 2A, 3A classifications on shift within the Uniform Patrol Unit. May also serve as Unit Commander of specialized work units such as Communications and Investigations that report to Division Commanders. Conducts PES evaluations on subordinates.
30% Provides input on subordinate employee performance evaluations. Makes recommendations on policy and procedure. Supervises participants in training programs such as the Field Officer Training Program for new recruits. Supervises subordinates for compliance with applicable general orders, policy, objectives, or goals as set forth by the University or department.
20% Reports directly to the Uniform Patrol Police Major A and serves as acting supervisor of higher rank, providing direction to Police Sergeant A, Police Officer 1A, 2A, 3A classifications in the department as needed. Attends shift briefings relating to patrol, and attends law enforcement and supervisory training. Must possess a valid driver's license.
20% Services include emphasis on enforcement of laws, investigation of crimes and accidents, providing emergency services, crime prevention, and other services as directed. Responsible for daily activities such as roll call, officer vehicle and equipment inspections, shift scheduling and report review, and is subject to the direction and review of a Police Major A.
Four years of experience in law enforcement work.
College training will substitute for a maximum of two years of the required experience on the basis of thirty semester hours for one year of experience.
Necessary Special Requirement:
Must have attained eighteenth birthday at time of appointment.
An applicant who has been convicted of a felony or who is under indictment on a felony charge will be disqualified until relief from the disabilities imposed by state and federal laws is granted.
May be required to possess a valid Louisiana driver's license at time of appointment.
For some positions, evidence of POST certification must be submitted at the time of the application.
May be required to qualify annually with a firearm.
For some positions, applicant must be eligible for bond.
All classified jobs in State service with police officer and wildlife enforcement titles qualify as law enforcement.
Jobs outside State service that will qualify as law enforcement are those performed while commissioned with the power of arrest.
Military police in the armed services are law enforcement; security/guard duty is NOT qualifying.
Any college hours or degree must be from a school accredited by one of the following regional accrediting bodies: the Middle States Commission on Higher Education; the New England Association of Schools and Colleges; the Higher Learning Commission; the Northwest Commission on Colleges and Universities; the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools; and the Western Association of Schools and Colleges.
Incumbent must be able to perform all duties required of a Police Officer and maintain a P.O.S.T. certification at all times. Incumbent is required to obey the General Orders of the department.
Incumbent is required to maintain Firearms certification on an annual basis. Physically strenuous activity relative to the nature of law enforcement is required. Must possess a valid driver's license.
Per PS-18 this position is deemed essential to campus operations and will be required to report to or remain on campus during times of emergency or closure. Due to the nature of the position and/or position responsibilities, this position shall be subject to drug/alcohol testing in accordance with University Policy Statement 67.
Additional Job Description:
Posting Date:May 17, 2018
Closing Date (Open Until Filled if No Date Specified):May 31, 2018
Additional Position Information:
- An offer of employment is contingent on a satisfactory pre-employment background check.
- LSU offers outstanding benefits to eligible employees and their dependents including health, life, dental, and vision insurance; flexible spending accounts; retirement options; various leave options; paid holidays; wellness benefits; tuition exemption for qualified positions; training and development opportunities; employee discounts; and more!
Essential Position (Y/N):No
LSU is committed to diversity and is an equal opportunity / equal access employer.
HCM Contact Information:
Questions or concerns can be directed to the LSU Human Resources Management Office at 225-578-8200 or emailed HR@lsu.edu
2018 Lieutenant Promotional Examination Patrol Track
TYPE OF FILING: Standard
FILING START DATE: 05/14/2018
FILING START TIME: 8:00 am PST
FILING END DATE: 06/22/2018
FILING END TIME: 5:00 pm PST
EXAM NUMBER: J2719L
SPECIAL SALARY INFORMATION:
Salary includes P.O.S.T and longevity bonuses.
TYPE OF RECRUITMENT:
Departmental Promotional Opportunity
1.Promotional rights pursuant to CSR 6.02:
Restricted to permanent employees of the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department who have successfully completed their probationary period.
No out-of-class experience or Verification of Experience Letter will be accepted.
Applicants may apply if they have successfully completed their probationary period and are within six months of completing the experience requirement by the last day of filing. However, their names will be withheld from the eligible list until the qualifying experience is met.
Unclassified employees who have attained permanent County status on a classified position by successful completion of the initial probationary period, with no break in service since leaving the classified service. OR Full-time employees in the unclassified service with at least six months of full-time experience in the unclassified service at the time of filing.
Positions allocable to this class typically report to a Captain, Director, or Commander and have responsibility for the administrative and technical supervision of subordinate law enforcement and non-sworn positions. Under general direction, positions manage the operation of a specialized unit as a Unit Commander or serve as second in command in the shift operation of a Sheriff's patrol station, or other non-custodial assignment. Positions in this class have authority to assume full administrative and managerial responsibilities during the absence of the Unit Commander. Incumbents are required to handle and utilize firearms safely, enforce the law, effect an arrest, and maintain cooperative relations with representatives from other law enforcement agencies. This class is distinguished from the class of Captain by the latter's responsibility to direct a Sheriff's patrol station, or other major operation or program.
Essential Job Functions
Manages shift operations at a Sheriff's patrol station, specialized unit, or other non-custodial assignment by acting as a Watch Commander or assistant to the Unit Commander and may function as the Unit Commander in his/her absence.
Ensures sufficient staffing to deploy personnel safely and control overtime expenditures.
Monitors unit operations to ensure adherence to departmental policies and procedures, to comply with laws and regulations, and to manage risk and mitigate liability. Oversees the delivery of in-service training.
Ensures timely notifications are made regarding significant incidents, events, or emergencies that arise or become known during the shift, by making phone calls or writing memoranda, e-mails, shift summaries, logs, or other correspondence.
Reviews, evaluates, and documents complaints and other incidents to determine if departmental policies and procedures were followed; initiates and conducts investigations; and prepares findings and recommendations.
Responds to tactical incidents to assume command by actively evaluating and monitoring the situation to ensure necessary resources are identified, requested, and managed; implements a tactical plan ensuring the proper escalation of tactics and minimal use of force to safely resolve the situation; and conducts debriefings, training, or other after-action reports or activities.
Performs various administrative duties to maintain operational effectiveness, including administering the unit's budget; forecasting additional funds for staffing, services, supplies, equipment, and facilities; monitoring and authorizing expenditures; and overseeing unit staff who participate with these processes to ensure policies and procedures are followed.
Evaluates employee performance to ensure high quality service; motivates and mentors personnel; identifies and resolves deficiencies; oversees or conducts staff training; and implements disciplinary actions.
Represents the Sheriff's Department at community meetings, maintains favorable rapport between the Department and the surrounding communities, and assists in receiving and resolving community concerns; acts as a department liaison with city management and the media, as needed.
Drives vehicle to various facilities and locations to conduct County business.
Two years of experience as a Sergeant (#2717) in the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department. Prior to application, candidates must be patrol certified as a Deputy Sheriff (#2708) or above in the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
A valid California Class C Driver License is required to perform essential job-related functions.
Successful candidates may be required to obtain a copy of their driving record from the California State Department of Motor Vehicles before being appointed. License must not be suspended, restricted, or revoked.
III – Moderate: Includes standing or walking most of the time, with bending, stooping, squatting, twisting, and reaching; includes working on irregular surfaces, occasionally lifting objects weighing over 25 pounds, and frequent lifting of 10-25 pounds.
The examination will consist of two components:
(1) Written Test (WT) - weighted 50%
(2) Job Sample Test (JST) - weighted 50%
Component 1 - A written test to assess the knowledge required to perform the duties of a Patrol Track Lieutenant. Candidates will be given an opportunity to participate in a Key-Copy Inspection after the written test.
Only those candidates who achieve a passing score of 70% or higher on the written test component will proceed to the job sample test.
Component 2 - A job sample test to assess candidates' judgment and decision-making in various work-related situations. This multi-part assessment involves an in basket exercise, a situational judgment test, and a writing sample.
Candidates must achieve a passing score of 70% or higher on all weighted parts to be placed on the eligible list.
Candidates who are interested in participating and preparing for the examination should include the following reference materials in their studies. These were included in the 2018 Lieutenant Promotional Examination study CD.
Administrative Investigations Handbook
Americans with Disabilities Act
California Health and Safety Code
California Peace Officers Legal Source Book
California Penal Code
California Vehicle Code
California Welfare & Institutions Code
Custody Division Manual
Emergency Operations Procedures
Field Operations Directives
Guidelines for Discipline
Manual of Policies & Procedures, v. 2
Manual of Policies & Procedures, v. 3
Manual of Policies & Procedures, v. 4
Manual of Policies & Procedures, v. 5
Peace Officers Bill of Rights (Government Code Sections 3300-3312)
Prison Rape Elimination Act
Station Jail Manual
Title 15, Adult and Juvenile
Watch Commander Service Comment Report Handbook
ALL CORRESPONDENCE WILL BE SENT TO CANDIDATES VIA EMAIL.
Note: Applicants are responsible for providing a valid email address in their application that can receive emails from LASD.org. Failure to provide a valid email address may result in a failure to appear. Please add the following email addresses to your email address book and list of approved senders to prevent email notifications from being filtered as spam/junk/clutter mail:
The names of candidates that achieve a passing score on the examination will be placed on the eligible list in the order of their score group, for a period of twelve (12) months from the date of promulgation. Candidates will be promoted in accordance with MPP section 3-02/085.30, Management Guidelines.
The eligible list resulting from this examination will be used to fill vacancies in either a Field Operations or Court Services assignment throughout the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
Patrol certified personnel who accept a custody promotion may supervise in a custody or court services environment and must remain for a minimum of five years before being eligible to transfer throughout the Department.
Note: Personnel who are not patrol trained, are ineligible to supervise outside the custody environment (e.g., field operations, detective, court services, etc.) unless an emergent situation is declared by the Sheriff's Department, county, state, or federal entities.
DUAL TRACK CAREER PATH
The Dual Track Career Path program was developed by the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department to enhance continuity, stability, and accountability in the Los Angeles County correctional system and patrol related functions. For more information on the Dual Track Career Path program, visit http://intranet/announcements/Sheriff-Message.pdf.
If unable to access, contact the Sworn Examinations Unit, at 323-981-5800.
APPLICATION AND FILING INFORMATION
All candidates are required to submit an online County of Los Angeles Sheriff's Department employment application. All information is subject to verification and applications may be rejected at any time during the examination process. The acceptance of your application depends on whether you have clearly shown that you meet the selection requirements.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR FILING ONLINE
To apply for this examination, click on the "Apply" button located on the top right corner of the screen. Your application must be submitted electronically by 5:00 pm (PST), on the last day of filing.
COMPUTER AND INTERNET ACCESS AT LIBRARIES
Applications can be completed on computers at public libraries throughout Los Angeles County for those candidates who may not have regular access to a computer or the Internet.
NO SHARING OF USER ID AND PASSWORD
All candidates must file their application online using their own used ID and password. Using a family member's or a friend's user ID and password may erase a candidates' original application record, and may result in a rejection of your application.
SOCIAL SECURITY NUMBER
All candidates must include their social security number for record control purposes. Federal law requires that all employed persons have a social security number.
ADA Coordinator Phone: 323-981-5800
Teletype Phone: 323-260-5291
California Relay Services Phone: 800-735-2922
Alternate Teletype Phone: 323-267-6669
Department Contact Name: Sworn Examinations Unit
Department Contact Phone: (323)981-5800
Department Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Special Response Team Lieutenant
Classified title: Campus Police Lieutenant
Starting Salary Range: $49,216 - $67,735
Employee group: Full Time
Employee subgroup: Salaried Exempt
Location: Baltimore, MD
Schedule: Shift Work
Personnel area: University Administration
Department name: Security Services Office
The Special Response Team (SRT) Lieutenant supervises plans and coordinates the activities and operations of the Special Response Team. Serves as the responsible official (Commander) in charge of operations during regular duty hours of superiors; and does related work as required.
Essential Job Functions:
Supervises, evaluates, trains and provides guidance to subordinate personnel
Directs and leads subordinates in enforcing criminal laws and university's policies and procedures
Ensures subordinate compliance with the Department of Campus Safety and Security rules, policies, and regulations
Assigns all schedules for regular and special assignments for the Special Response Team
Supervises special assignments and details as required during the hours of working shift
Coordinates preliminary investigative activities at a crime scene or significant or unusual event
Effectively utilizes available resources by assigning personnel and monitoring their work to ensure proper performance of the Special Response Team.
Responds to requests for service as appropriate.
Writes completely, concisely and clearly
Communicates and maintains good relations with the faculty, staff, students, general public, other law enforcement agencies, and public officials
Analyzes crime data and directs resources accordingly
Interprets policies and procedures for application
Coordinates responses by Special Response Team to all major incidents or events on campus which could include alarms, fires, weather incidents and other public safety emergencies or unusual events
Collaborates with the Training Commander all training activities for the Special Response Team
Conducts drills and exercises on campus in coordination with the Patrol Shift(s), and local law enforcement agencies
Must be trained and certified to carry and operate any weapons or devices when appropriate (i.e. firearms, less-lethal weapons (i.e. Taser device), OC Spray, collapsible baton, handcuffs etc.) assigned to enable the officer(s) to mitigate a threatening incident or event on property owned or leased by the university located in the State of Maryland.
Application for a special police officer commission and, if armed with a firearm, a handgun permit, will be made after hire and during the initial training period. The University will cover any expenses related to the application for the commission and permit. Denial by the Maryland State Police of a commission or permit, or subsequent revocation of those privileges, may result in dismissal.
Performs other related duties as required
Knowledge, skills and abilities:
Excellent organizational, interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
Experience in managing a diverse work force highly desirable
Extensive knowledge of city, state and federal criminal laws
Broad knowledge and understanding of public safety and security issues
Strong analytical, critical thinking and decision making skills
Ability to effectively supervise and train employees
Proficiency in database management, Microsoft Office, and familiarity with various security systems
Skilled in developing community relations between the campus community and the surrounding neighborhoods
Must have a collaborative style of leadership, with the ability and willingness to foster a team environment with the department
Must be ready, willing, and able to lead a response and take action to mitigate any high risk incident or event that presents a danger to the university community.
Must be willing to oversee the Special Response Team's work in a collaborative manner with university mental health professionals in stressful situations involving university personnel.
Must be trained and certified to ensure that the Special Response Team members take actions in situations that are inherently dangerous (i.e. Bomb Threat or Suspicious package situations, chemical, or biological threats, active or armed assailant(s) etc.), Note: The preceding listing is not all inclusive.
A Campus Police Special Response Team Lieutenant must be certified as a Special Police Officer by the State of Maryland and must comply with the Scope of Commission per MD Public Safety Article Section 3-307. If Armed the Special Police Officer must have a valid permit to carry a handgun.
Position is a uniformed position and involves shift work
Must pass certification for expandable baton, OC spray, and possess physical attributes to operate a Segway, T-3, Golf cart and automobile.
Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Business, Liberal Arts, Social Sciences or related discipline or graduate of certified police academy required. Master's degree highly desirable.
Related Work Experience:
10 years of experience in State, Federal, City, County law enforcement agency or campus security, or prior military service required. At least 5 years of law enforcement supervisory/management experience required. Prefer experience involving more complex assignments.
Must meet Maryland State Police requirements and investigation for a Special Police Commission and have exemplary background and integrity in possession of a valid U.S. motor vehicle driver's license; must pass a University criminal background investigation; have and maintain a clean motor vehicle driving record (no more than two current points).
Minimum Physical Requirements:
Must successfully complete a physical/health screening examination by the Office of Occupational Health and Safety, which includes drug screening; successfully meet and maintain Campus Safety and Security physical requirements. Physical demands are in excess of those for sedentary work and officers must be able to remain on their feet for extended periods of time, as well as stoop, kneel, crouch, and lift. Officers must be able to pursue offenders, restrain or apprehend aggressive individuals and make arrests when necessary. Must be able to run moderate distances, and go up or down flights of steps. Must be able to also withstand exposure to inclement weather.
The incumbent must be able to do the following:
Sitting in a normal seated position for extended periods of time
Reaching by extending hand(s) or arm(s) in any direction
Finger dexterity required to manipulate objects with fingers rather than with whole hand(s) or arm(s), for example, using a keyboard
Communication skills using the spoken word
Ability to see within normal parameters
Ability to hear within normal range
Ability to move about
Occasionally lifting, carrying objects weighing 40 lbs. or less
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