Fire Investigation Lieutenant Job Description Sample
Fire & Safety Lieutenant
Facility: GOLDEN STATE MODIFIED COMMUNITY CORRECTIONAL F
Compensation Bonus (if applicable):
Equal Opportunity Employer.
Responsible for the design, development, implementation and evaluation of the overall training plan for the Facility. Supervises employees in a classroom setting, trains all staff in areas relative to their job descriptions, assesses on a continuous basis all employee training and requirements.
Primary Duties and Responsibilities
Establishes programs detecting, correcting, or controlling hazardous conditions, toxic environments, and health hazards.
Establishes safety procedures for employees, prisoners, facility layout, vendors, outside contractors and visitors.
Design and develop an Annual Safety Training Plan and program as indicated from the findings of the needs assessment or as directed or required to meet those needs or directives, incorporating all applicable Statues, polices, procedures and standards, and requirements imposed by the California Department of Corrections.
Formulates procedures for purchase and installation of new safety equipment and for safe storage of hazardous materials.
Maintains an accident recording system to measure the facility's safety performance.
Ensures that proper safeguards and personal protective equipment are available, properly maintained and properly used.
Conducts investigations of accidents, and property damage and prepares reports with recommended corrective action.
Assists in and/or develops and maintains a current plan for responding to an emergency, i.e., riots, fire, escape, etc.
Conducts and/or coordinates the safety training for all levels of management, newly hired and current employees and newly received and current prisoners.
Develop and implement an effective Training Record filing system for each employee at the facility in such a manner that meets ACA Accreditation Standards and California Department of Corrections requirements.
Conducts routine and special inspections in all areas of the facility checking for safety and health hazards.
Drive a vehicle on facility business or in relation to matters pertaining to training.
Establishes safety procedures for employees, inmates, facility layout, vendors, outside contractors and visitors.
Establish a professional appearance and attitude in order to become an exemplary role model for others.
Coordinates quarterly fire drills and report to the Facility Administrator all observed fire hazards and violations.
Investigate all injuries to staff and inmates and submit a written report to the Facility Administrator containing suggestions that would prevent such injuries in the future.
Conducts routine and special inspections in all areas of the facility checking for safety and health hazards.
Performs other related duties and responsibilities as required or requested by the supervisor.
High School Graduate or GED.
Must be a United States Citizen or a permanent resident alien who is eligible for and has applied for U.S. Citizenship at least one year prior to date application is submitted.
Must be at least 21 years old as required by the California Department of Corrections.
Knowledge of GEO and Golden State Policy and Procedures, security procedures, sanitation equipment and methods, basic first aid and Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), security, safety, fire safety, emergency procedures, facilities mission, goals and objectives. Must satisfactorily complete GEO or other approved correctional training. One year of experience in Fire, Safety and/or Occupational Health and Safety.
Possess a thorough working knowledge of the principles and techniques of fire and safety in order to contribute to the health, welfare, positive attitude and work habits of staff and inmates.
Working knowledge of state laws relating to fire and safety.
Working knowledge of applicable court orders.
Working knowledge of GEO Corrections and client policies and procedures.
Ability to give instructions and have them carried out.
Ability to write documents, policy, and other required written correspondence.
Ability to maintain high tolerance to mental stress.
Ability to understand and carry out moderately complex oral and written instructions.
Ability to work outdoors in varying climatic conditions.
Must be willing to work at night, on weekends, and holidays, and to report for duty at any time emergencies arise.
Fire And EMS Lieutenant
Essential Functions/Typical Tasks
Responding to emergency calls when summonsed; providing basic and advanced life support emergency medical services; assisting in the suppression of fires; preparing and maintaining detailed records; supervising personnel assigned to a station/company; providing assistance to the public.
Ensures understanding and compliance with state, County and departmental policies; recommends revisions and/or new policies and procedures; assists with budget preparation and management.
Enforces federal, state, local and departmental policies, rules and regulations.
Responds to fire and emergency calls; may take on the role of officer in emergencies including assuming command of an incident; determines the necessity of additional resources; administers emergency care; transports victims to emergency care facilities; maintains records and observes patient responses; identifies diagnostic signs which may require communications with medical facility for advice and direction; provides direct patient care as ordered; administers prescribed drugs, intravenous solutions and performs defibrillation as required.
Checks and prepares equipment and supplies for treatment; cleans, disinfects and maintains medical equipment.
Checks and reviews reports submitted by assigned personnel;
Educates public in matters of fire safety, health care and emergency situations.
Coordinates and performs housekeeping duties to the assigned station.
Participates in continuing training and instruction program by individual study of technical material and attendance at scheduled drills and classes.
May be assigned to operations, administration, or other roles as necessary.
Performs related tasks as required.
Knowledge of fire, EMS, emergency disaster management; knowledge of laws and regulations controlling fire, EMS and emergency management; effective management and administrative skills; ability to lead, direct and manage the activities of volunteer and career personnel; ability to establish and maintain productive working relationships with volunteers, career personnel, government officials and the public; ability to prepare technical and informative reports and present complex information to varied audiences; and, ability to exercise sound judgment and discretion in emergency situations.
Must possess and maintain certifications as State Firefighter II, Hazardous Materials Awareness and Operations, EVOC S-3, and EMT-B. EMT-Intermediate, Fire Officer I, Fire instructor I, or higher certifications preferred. The successful incumbent who possess EMT-B will be required to complete and maintain EMT Intermediate or Paramedic within 24 months of employment.
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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Fire Lieutenant - Internal Candidates Only - (Public Safety)
General Summary & Essential Responsibilities
This is supervisory operational and technical work in fire fighting, and emergency rescue activities as a Company Command Officer. Work involves responsibility for directing the activities for Fire Fighting personnel at the scene of a fire, including their safety, for the effective and efficient extinguishing of the fire. A primary responsibility of employees in this class involves conducting pre-fire surveys of buildings and other installations within a designated area of the District. Duties also involve participation in the selection, placement, training, safety, and discipline of subordinates. Although new or unusual problems may be referred to a superior for advice and assistance, work is ordinarily performed independently following well-established procedures. Work is performed under the supervision of a superior officer and reviewed through conservation, observation, and analysis reports.
Plans and executes work assignments of fire company personnel on an assigned shift.
Responds to fire alarms as Commanding Officer and, as such, is responsible for the supervision, performance, and safety of subordinates; directs the fire fighting and rescue operations.
Supervises and participates in pre-fire surveys in buildings and installations within a designated area; prepares a floor plan locating there in features, fixtures, and apparatus important to fire suppression attack. Refers unusual fire hazards to the attention of the fire Prevention Division.
Participates with superiors in the training, safety, appraisal, and discipline of subordinates.
May assist in conducting fire prevention programs which include making talks, showing films, etc., to civic clubs, schools, and other organized groups.
Prepares reports and maintains records.
Min. Education, Licenses and Certifications
Minimum Education and Experience:
High School Diploma or equivalent
Seven (7) consecutive years of experience as a full-time, paid Firefighter/EMT and/or Firefighter/Paramedic in a department of comparable service level as Charlotte County Fire & EMS
Five (5) years of service with the Charlotte County Fire & EMS Department
No disciplinary action having resulted in suspension without pay during the one (1) year prior to testing
Completion of a three (3) credit-hour, Department-approved, Supervisory/Management course.
Licenses and/or Certificates:
Possession and maintenance of a valid State of Florida Driver's License
Florida State Firefighters Certificate of Compliance
Florida State Emergency Medical Technician Certification or Paramedic Certification
All of the following certifications issued by the Florida State Fire College
Fire Officer I
Fire Apparatus and Pump Operator
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
Considerable knowledge of the federal and state laws and County ordinances that pertain to fire prevention.
Considerable knowledge of the mechanical, chemical, and related characteristics of a wide variety of flammable, explosive, and similar properties.
Considerable knowledge of the modern fire fighting, rescue techniques, and first aid.
Considerable knowledge of the operation and maintenance of fire fighting equipment, apparatus, and specialized material.
Considerable knowledge of fire department policies, rules and regulations.
Knowledge of the geography of the County, including principal buildings and hydrants.
Ability to supervise and train personnel and to direct them under emergency situations.
Ability to react quickly and calmly in emergencies and to direct work of subordinates in emergency situations.
Ability to locate and diagnose existing and potential hazardous conditions in buildings and installations.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships as necessitated by the work.
Ability to communicate clearly and concisely, orally and in writing.
Must be a non-smoking person if hired on or after October 1, 1988.
Working Conditions: Exposure to changes in temperature and humidity, cramped body positions, sustained positions.
Risk/Safety Conditions: Constant exposure to chemicals, insects, unprotected heights, work around moving machinery; exposure to dust, gases and fumes; excessive noise levels, electrical hazards, slippery and irregular surfaces.
Physical Activities: Heavy physical stress on the back, i.e., frequent heavy lifting of over 50 pounds. Constant speaking and hearing, detailed inspection, reading, editing. Very frequent standing, walking, bending/stooping, climbing ladders, stairs, and hills. Frequent sitting, pushing, pulling and/or digging, reaching over the head, kneeling, crawling, typing/CRT (attention to detail).
Lieutenant OF Corr OFF - Firing Range
JOB POSTING NO: 037031B1
PAYROLL TITLE: LIEUTENANT OF CORR OFF
EXTENDED TITLE: Firing Range
SALARY: GR. B18-($3,955.17 / Monthly)
VACANCY LOCATION: Palestine, TX
UNIT/DEPT: Correctional Training - Beto Unit
PAYROLL JOB#: 032274
Hazardous Duty Pay
Law Enforcement & Custodial Officers System (LECOS) Retirement
TDCJ Training Academy Required
Telephonic Interviews Will Not Be Accepted
Work Site Visits Will Be Conducted
No Study Material
1.Graduation from an accredited senior high school or equivalent or
2.Three years full-time, wage-earning correctional custody or law
enforcement experience to include one year in the supervision of
employees. Operational Review Sergeant or Security Threat Group
Sergeant experience may be substituted for supervisory experience
for a maximum substitution of one year. Thirty semester hours with
a minimum of six semester hours in Criminal Justice from a college
or university accredited by an organization recognized by the Council
for Higher Education Accreditation (CHEA) or by the United States
Department of Education (USDE) may be substituted for one year of
non-supervisory experience for a maximum substitution of one year.
Firearms Instructor Certification must be obtained within 90 days
of hire date for continued employment in this position.
Selected applicants without required certification(s) must sign a
Credential Contingency Agreement that will remain in effect only
until the initially established expiration date. Failure to
comply with this contingency statement will result in separation
from employment. Credential Contingency Agreements will not be
extended or renewed as a result of an employee's separation from
employment or acceptance of another position.
The salary for an ERS Retiree (or non-contributing member) will
The following Military Occupational Specialty codes are generally
applicable to this position. Applicants must fully complete the
summary of experience to determine if minimum qualifications are met.
31, 19, 18, 11, 31C, 31E, 31B, 19K, 19D, 18B, 11B, 749X, 649X, MA,
5811, 5831, 5832, 5804, 58, 3P
Applicants may be required to prepare a presentation on a topic of
their choice prior to interview and present a 5 minute presentation
during the interview. All equipment resources will be provided.
- To ensure compliance with PD-97, the selected applicant will be required to attend or have attended Principles of Supervision (POS) training prior to being assigned to a shift.*
- Applicants who want to schedule an appointment for a work site visit must call the contact person listed below.*
- Outside applicants will be required to submit to pre-employment drug testing as a condition of employment.*
Applicants must submit the State of Texas Application For Employment and the applicable supplement for outside applicants (PERS 282) or current TDCJ employees (PERS 598) to the contact person listed on the job posting. Applications may also be submitted through the Work In Texas website; however, the applicable supplement must also be submitted to the contact person. Questions regarding the position or application process can be directed to the contact person's email address; however, applications will not be accepted by email.
Correctional Training Department
P.O. Box 99
Huntsville, TX 77342
- Applicants who fax an application are requested to fax both their State of Texas Application for Employment and the applicable supplement. Applicants who wish to submit their application with attachments should either hand deliver it to the contact person or send it via U.S.Mail or overnight delivery.*
Faxed applications must be complete and legible in order to be considered and must not have been sent from a fax machine located at a TDCJ unit or department.
Applications must be received by the contact person by 5:00PM on 07-23-2018. A complete job description and all application forms may be obtained at the above address or by viewing the Job Description. Job Descriptions are available in PDF format which maybe read with the free Adobe Reader.
- Equal Opportunity Employer*
Lieutenant And Training Manager
Department: Public Safety
Reports to: Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police
Work Period: 12 month
Job Grade: 8
GENERAL SUMMARY: Provides supervisory guidance to assigned departmental staff and assists in the performance of police functions and duties within the guidelines of federal, state, and local laws, state criminal and traffic codes, and department, division, and college policies and procedures. Reports to the director of public safety and chief of police and works with public safety staff, faculty, staff, students, parents, officers of the college, Columbia Seminary, City of Decatur public safety, other public safety agencies and the public at large.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Provides supervisory guidance to departmental staff assigned to his/her shift.
Assigns duties; receives and reviews reports results for accuracy and content, effectiveness, and conformance with policy; reviews daily reports, incident reports, accident reports and other reports prepared by subordinate officers.
Supervises, coordinates, and conducts investigations, special assignments and emergency response situations and performs a full range of public enforcement, protection, police and administrative functions.
May direct the activities of the department in the chief's absence.
Supervises the enforcement of state laws, college policies, fire codes, and parking regulations.
Performs law enforcement functions such as conducting arrests, transporting prisoners, investigating criminal incidents, and assisting with and directing traffic control.
Testifies in court.
Manages department training to ensure the department is in compliance with state in service requirements; conducts or schedules fire arms training, community policing training all essential state requirement training.
Conducts presentations for crime prevention programs.
Conducts in-service training programs for subordinates.
Develops parking surveys and community service programs.
Education: High School diploma/GED. BA/BS preferred. Georgia P.O.S.T. certification as a police officer required. Valid General Instructors Certification is also preferred
Experience: Minimum of 5 years work experience with other employers, including 2 years experience in a supervisory role, for a total of 7+ years.
Considerable knowledge of federal, state, and local laws, county ordinances, college and departmental policies and procedures, traffic regulations, and investigative procedures.
Ability to maintain firearm certification from Georgia P.O.S.T. and maintain proficiency with a firearm.
Familiarity with management and supervisory procedures.
Proficiency in first aid, CPR, local geographical area, courtroom procedures and security, and firearms.
Excellent communication skills, both verbally and written, and good public speaking skills.
Demonstrated ability to work independently and a part of a team.
May supervise and/or train designated subordinate personnel.
Possess or have ability to obtain a valid state operator/driver's license for the type vehicle or equipment operated.
Irregular work hours and on-call hours are required.
Intermittent sitting, standing, stooping, crouching, walking, moving of light and heavy objects, and using tools and equipment that require a high degree of manual dexterity. Work is performed in an office, automobile, and field sites with exposure to noise, diseases, chemicals, inclement weather, and requires use of protective devices. Must be able to defend oneself in the event of a physical attack and to use firearms effectively.
The preceding job description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees to this job. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related, or a logical assignment to the position.
Please apply online. Position is posted until filled. Due to the overwhelming response to the college's staff openings we are unable to respond personally to individual telephone inquiries. No faxed submissions please.
Agnes Scott College does not discriminate on the basis of, race, color, national origin, religion, sex, sexual orientation, age, veteran status, disability or genetic information, gender identity and gender expression or any other characteristic protected by law in its employment. Agnes Scott College has a strong commitment to diversity and urges members of underrepresented groups to apply.
Corrections Lieutenant - #00296
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.
Coordinates and manages the Department's State and National accreditation processes. Serves as the Department's compliance officer responsible for the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act including the submission of annual crime statistics and report (U.S. Department of Education) including staff training in regards to Violence Against Women Act.
Administrative Management: Oversee Personnel assigned in Kronos Time Management System. Conduct annual EPMS evaluations of Shift Sergeants as well as review and oversee the EPMS process for patrol personnel assigned to watch command. Conducts periodic reviews of in-car and body-wear video footage for evaluation on safe procedures and best practices. Manages the overall training goals and needs of the watch command to include Field Training process, career development plans, departmental needs, as well as remedial training and/or disciplinary needs. Reviews incident reports and court docket for proper UCR classification, accuracy and completion. Monitors and conducts cost analysis reviews on operational expenses.
Accreditation: Coordinates accreditation tasks to meet deadlines. Meets with the Deputy Chief and/or Chief and others to identify needs and report progress on accreditation efforts. Maintains frequent contact with State and National accreditations staff while attending accreditation coalition meetings. Develops new programs, systems, procedures and equipment specifications to improve the department performance in meeting all standards. Stays abreast of accreditation processes, proposed amendments to standards, transition policies, and/or process changes. Assigns and directs accreditation work groups. Drafts written directives. Maintains accreditation files for the department.
Compliance: Serves as the University's Clery Act Compliance officer, ensuring compliance to the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statists Act, including all crime data compilation, Clery police updates, campus security authority contact training, and publication of the annual Security and Fire Safety Report including staff training in regard to the Violence Against Women Act. Submits the campus crime statistics to the United States Department of Education. Serves a Chair of the University Clery Compliance Committee.
Enforcement: Enforce State, local and University laws, rules and regulations as a certified police officer during special events and other special assignments as assigned by supervisor.
Exercise arrest powers when appropriate. Completes incident reports, booking reports, fingerprints and photographs when necessary.
A high school diploma and experience performing patrol or investigative duties with a public law enforcement agency. A bachelor's degree may be substituted for the required law enforcement experience.
Required Certifications: Class I LEO certification
Education : Bachelor's Degree
Experience: 7+ years experience as a sworn officer in law enforcement, 3+ years of supervisory experience.
Clery Compliance Officer Certification
Firm Job Knowledge
- Firm working knowledge of concepts, practices and procedures and ability to use in varied situations
Supervises Work of Others
- Supervises work of others and may offer recommendations for hiring, termination and pay adjustments but does not have responsibility for making these decisions.
- Does not provide input but is responsible for monitoring the departmental budget and may oversee fund allocation.
Standard Hrs: Full Time ; Band: 06 ( $62,400-$66,000-$73,900)
July 23, 2018
The incumbent supervises all uniformed Public Safety personnel assigned to a particular platoon on the Manhattanville campus and directs all operations by Public Safety personnel unless relieved by higher authority. In addition, the lieutenant performs a broad range of administrative duties, including report writing, shift administration, payroll and scheduling.
The incumbent responds to emergency situations across the campus and directs the activities of the responding Public Safety staff. The lieutenant also determines when additional resources are needed, and coordinates their response with other departments. The incumbent is responsible for resetting fire alarm systems, as required, and must possess a working knowledge of fire suppression systems across the campus.
When assigned as desk officer in the Operations Center, the lieutenant is responsible for maintaining and operating a host of complex computers and alarm systems, as well as serving as radio dispatcher for security officers. The lieutenant must demonstrate the qualities of leadership under stressful conditions.
The incumbent must be able to train staff to respond to all security, medical, and fire emergencies and to initiate appropriate established response procedures. The incumbent prepares reports, reviews subordinates' reports and other paperwork, maintains accurate and complete logs and records, patrols and staffs the Operations Desk.
The incumbent must be able to maintain and safeguard equipment essential to the efficient operation of the Department. He or she should be skilled at the use of a typewriter/computer keyboard, as well as with other electronic equipment. The incumbent must be able to communicate effectively and clearly with staff and visitors in a professional manner.
The incumbent should demonstrate a high level of ethics and maintain a professional appearance. The incumbent is responsible for maintaining and safeguarding all equipment essential to the efficient operation of the Department. The position requires the incumbent to work weekends, nights, and a variety of shifts and double shifts when circumstances warrant. Minimum Qualifications for Grade
Applicant MUST meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant Bachelor's degree and/or equivalent preferred. Minimum of 2-4 years of related experience required.
At least 2 years supervisory experience in security/law enforcement, or related field in a complex organization. Must possess, or have the ability to obtain a NY State guard license. Additional Position-Specific Minimum Qualifications
Applicant MUST meet these minimum qualifications to be considered an applicant Ability to work with changing priorities, manage numerous incidents simultaneously, work under pressure and against deadlines, ability to work effectively, tactfully, and equitably with a broad constituency of students, faculty and staff in university setting, possess excellent communication, and administrative skills and be customer service focused. Strong interpersonal skills and experience in dealing with a broad range of security related issues.
Ability to work days, evenings and/or weekends. Special Instructions Preferred Qualifications Must be familiar with word processing and spreadsheet software. Must have a valid driver's license.
Must have good communication, writing and interpersonal skills, high standards concerning customer service, and a good working knowledge of security and safety procedures. Must be able to remain calm and effectively manage and respond during stressful emergency situations and have good judgment in regards to security issues. Must be able to be reached by phone as a condition of employment.
Essential Functions Supervise all uniformed Public Safety personnel assigned to a particular platoon and direct all operations by Public Safety personnel unless relieved by higher authority(25%); Respond to emergency situations across the campus and direct the activities of the responding Public Safety staff. Determine when additional resources are needed, and coordinate their response with other departments. Reset fire alarm systems, as required (20%); Maintain and operate a number of complex computers and alarm systems when serving as the Operations desk officer.
Ensure that the CAD sergeant promptly dispatches security officers to calls for service (20%); Perform a broad range of administrative duties, including report writing, shift administration, payroll and scheduling. Prepare reports, review subordinates' reports and other paperwork, and maintain accurate and complete logs and records (20%); Ensure that all staff assigned to platoon are properly trained to respond to all security, medical, and fire emergencies. Maintain and safeguard equipment essential to the efficient operation of the Department.
Communicate effectively and clearly with staff and visitors in a professional manner. Demonstrate a high level of ethics and maintain a professional appearance (10%); Perform other duties as required at the direction of the Director, Manhattanville Public Safety Operations (5%). Additional Essential Functions (Limit to 3950 characters.) Special Indications
This position works with: There are no special indications for this position
2018 Lieutenant Promotional Examination Custody Track
REBULLETIN INFORMATION: This announcement is a rebulletin to reopen the filing period. Candidates who have already applied need not reapply.
TYPE OF FILING: Standard
FILING START DATE: 07/05/2018
FILING START DATE: 8:00 am PST
FILING END DATE: 07/18/2018
FILING END TIME: 5:00 pm PST
EXAM NUMBER: J2719M
SPECIAL SALARY INFORMATION:
Salary includes P.O.S.T and longevity bonuses. Custody Lieutenants that are non-patrol certified will reach a maximum level pay at Step 5. Custody Lieutenants that are patrol certified will attain a maximum level pay at Step 6.
$9,293.92 - $13,683.12 (Non-Patrol Certified)
$9,293.92 - $14,445.05 (Patrol Certified)
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 correctional facility. 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 correctional facility.
Essential Job Functions
Manages shift operations at a correctional facility, specialized unit 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 in 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 have completed six months in a custody assignment* as a Deputy Sheriff (#2708) or above in the Los Angeles County Sheriff's Department.
Note: *Completion of a six month custody assignment as defined in MOU 611PDC, pg 147.
A valid California class "C" driver license is required to perform job-related functions.
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 Custody 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 final 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 custody facilities 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 as Deputy Sheriffs 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/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 user ID and password. Using a family member's or 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 Email: email@example.com
Department Contact Phone: (323) 981-5800
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