Deadline Open until filled

Start Date TBD

Hours 7:00 am - 3:30 pm, Monday - Friday (very occasional evenings/weekends)

Description

Full-Time; Non-Teaching Professional; Grade 7

Direct and supervise the Campus Police Department, including both law enforcement and campus safety staff, and ensure the appropriate training of department employees; develop and maintain the Standard Operating Procedures Manual (SOP) for the Campus Police Department; schedule safety and parking assistance for College events and monitor campus roadways and parking lots, exterior lighting, grounds, and buildings to ensure employee and public safety at all times; ensure annual crime reports are accurately completed by the department as required by the College and current legislation; conduct investigations regarding misdemeanor and felony crimes on campus for follow through with law enforcement authorities, track these cases through adjudication; oversee response to incidents, conduct investigations, and write reports regarding potential Student Code of Conduct violations and make recommendations to the administration on student related violations; make recommendations to the Vice President for Business Services and College Facilities regarding promotion and special assignment within the Campus Police Department; work with the Director of Buildings and Grounds to coordinate facility monitoring; chair the EMOP Committee and work with that committee to develop, implement, and coordinate emergency preparedness drills utilizing the EMOP Committee structure, including but not limited to, tabletop drills and mini mock-ups; maintain currency with national, state, and local emergency management regulations, methods, and procedures; serve on the Campus Violence Prevention Committee; provide immediate verbal updates regarding serious incidents to the Vice President for Business Services and College Facilities; work with the appropriate College staff to build and maintain an up-to-date website for the Campus Police Department, which includes emergency management and security issues; work with assigned staff for training of College employees relative to the Emergency Response Plan and procedures; training should include National Incident Management System (NIMS) certification for appropriate employees; the College has adopted the NIMS model for incident management, so the director must complete NIMS 700, 100, 200, and 300 within one year of employment, if not completed prior to employment; when appropriate for the emergency, the director may serve as Incident Commander; direct the accident investigation process to identify the root cause and generate recommendations to reduce or eliminate hazards; assist with the planning, development, and implementation of the business continuity program at the College; serve as a member of the Identity Theft Loss Prevention Committee; prepare and manage budgets for assigned areas of responsibility; serve as liaison between the College and various emergency response agencies; enforce all policies and procedures set by the Board of Trustees; enforce Illinois state laws; perform other duties as assigned by the Vice President of Business Services and Colleges Facilities.

Qualifications

Require's an Associate degree in public safety, criminal justice, or related field; two to five years of experience in law enforcement in a supervisory role; knowledge of law enforcement procedures and standards; emergency preparedness planning; risk management, including the development of comprehensive response protocols with a working knowledge of the incident command system; technical plan and procedures writing.  Bachelor’s degree in public safety or related field; OSHA certification; NIMS certification 100, 200, 300, 700, or equivalent upper level courses; three years of managerial experience in law enforcement; experience in a higher education setting is preferred.

Salary

$53,385 - $66,731 (salary commensurate with education and experience per salary schedule)

How to apply

If you are interested in this position, please submit a Non-Teaching Professional application (PDF), and un-official transcripts. Once you have completed your application please hand deliver or mail it to the address listed below.

John A. Logan College
Office of Human Resources Room C116
700 Logan College Drive
Carterville, IL 62918