Police Lieutenant, Training
Police Lieutenant, Community Services
Augusta University Police Department
About the Positions:
The Augusta University Police Department seeks a progressive, professional and dynamic law enforcement leader to lead its Training Unit and Community Services Unit. The Augusta University Police Department is an accredited full service law enforcement agency with nearly 60 sworn Georgia POST certified police officers, civilian staff and security guards, the department consists of approximately 160 team members who serve the Augusta University community. The department embraces the philosophy of community policing as a culture and ascribes to core values of Respect, Integrity, Professionalism and Excellence while providing a high level of customer service oriented police services to its community.
Departmental Requirements - Knowledge, Abilities, Skills
- Knowledge of standard and promising police tactics. practices and techniques
- Knowledge, maintenance and skill in the use of firearms, experience with being a Range Master preferred.
- Georgia POST Instructor Trainer certified or ability to do so within one year
- Experience in developing career development/succession plans
- Possess advanced supervisory/management skills
- Ability to demonstrate and exercise quick independent and sound judgement
- Excellent verbal/written communication and interpersonal skills
The incumbent of this position duties include but are not limited to: manage and lead functions of the Training Unit or Community Services Unit; supervise, lead, direct and evaluate staff to the assigned unit; develop work schedules for staffing deployment; may formulate tentative budget information and requests, policies and regulations governing activities, submitting modification and approval; formulates unit goals related to department and university strategic plan and provides reports regarding outcomes; completion of reports as requested by Chief of Police regarding crime trends, threat assessments, forecasting future needs for the university through the collection of criminal intelligence and analysis of current criminal conduct; provide that all reports and correspondence are complete and accurate for final approval; plan, direct and participate in the preparation and maintenance of a variety of records and reports; may manage the development and implementation of Incident Action Plans for special events; research, analyze, and evaluate best and promising practices, new technology, new equipment, and tactics; may plan, coordinate and conduct department training; perform other related duties as assigned.
Salary to be commensurate with qualifications of selected candidate within the established range (pay band 18). Recruitment Period: 3/08/2021 - Until Filled
How to apply:
Please see the full job description on Augusta University’s Human Resources website. Interested applicants will need to complete the application process by visiting http://www.augusta.edu/hr/jobs/university/. Please include an updated resume when applying. Inquiries can be made to Augusta University Human Resources by calling (706) 721-1523.