This is a non-sworn position that reports directly to the GACP Executive Director. GACP is not necessarily looking for a certified peace officer to fill this position. GACP asks that if you know of someone that would meet the criteria, please forward this job announcement to them.
Starting salary and a fringe benefits package will be commensurate with experience.
As a condition of employment, applicants should be prepared for a background check that may include: an in-depth background investigation, fingerprint/criminal history check, driver’s license check, credit history check; and a complete POST review, if applicable.
Interested applicants must submit a resume along with a cover letter that includes:
Reason for interest in the position, salary expectation and other needs;
Sample of the applicant’s writing ability (e.g., reports, problem analysis, staffing proposal and analysis, budget justification, recommendations, research, etc.);
Past employers’ recommendations accenting work ethic; and
Three (3) professional references.
Only the candidates selected to be interviewed will be contacted.
To apply, email resume along with applicable materials by Friday, February 13, 2015, to:
UNIFIED GOVERNMENT OF ATHENS-CLARKE COUNTY DIRECTOR / POLICE CHIEF $77,024 – $100,000 Starting Annual Salary (DOQ) POST UNTIL: February 20, 2015
The Unified Government of Athens-Clarke County, GA is seeking candidates for the position of Police Chief. The Police Chief performs leadership, administrative, managerial and technical functions associated with directing the overall operations of the Police Department, and enforcing all applicable ordinances, laws and regulations. Duties and responsibilities include, but are not limited to: planning, organizing, staffing, directing, coordinating, reporting and budgeting for all aspects of department operations; leading the community and department personnel in preventing crime, the fear of crime, and disorder; and protecting the constitutionally guaranteed rights of citizens.
The Athens-Clarke County Police Department (ACCPD) has an authorized strength of 240 sworn positions, 65 civilian positions, and 28 crossing guards. The ACCPD was the 48th police department to be recognized nationally as an accredited police department, and the first to receive certification by the State of Georgia. The ACCPD proudly maintains this CALEA accreditation, and maintains an additional CALEA accreditation for its Communications Division.
You are invited to submit a completed Employment Application, which may include a resume and other supporting materials. Please do not send a resume in lieu of the Application. The Employment Application, and the full Job Profile may be downloaded from our website at www.athensclarkecounty.com/jobs.aspx . First review of applications will begin on Friday, February 20, 2014.
We hope you will take time to explore this opportunity to join a highly professional local government organization and a progressive, vibrant community in the heart of sunny northeast Georgia just 65 miles from the city of Atlanta. Athens offers nationally recognized quality of life, state of the art educational opportunities, endless outdoor recreation, arts, music, and food. If this opportunity is for you, we invite you to apply, or to pass on this information to others who might find our Police Chief opening of interest.
The University of North Georgia is accepting applications for a tenure-track Assistant Professor position in Criminal Justice to support growing Associate of Science, Bachelors of Science and Master of Science degree programs. The department is seeking candidates who can teach courses in policing and homeland security. The workload may require travel across campuses, teaching at off-campus teaching sites, online teaching, and evening and weekend teaching assignments.
Certifications/Licenses & Minimum Requirements:
Doctorate in criminal justice or a related field required. A juris doctorate is not acceptable for this position.
Job Duties & Responsibilities:
Responsibilities include teaching 4 courses per semester. The successful candidate will be expected to teach undergraduate courses related to the applicant’s area of professional expertise and complete scholarship and service activities. Courses may include both on campus and online formats.
Preference will be given to those candidates who:
1. Have a background in or an ability to teach courses in Introduction to Law Enforcement, Police Problems and Practices, Criminal Investigation, Ethics in Criminal Justice, Homeland Security, and other courses related to the applicant’s area of expertise.
2. Have undergraduate teaching experience and work experience in the field of criminal justice.
3. Have strong verbal and written communication skills and effective presentation skills.
4. Are willing to support departmental commitments to a variety of traditional and non-traditional student populations by participating in online teaching assignments, off-campus teaching assignments, multi-campus teaching assignments, and weekend and evening teaching assignments.