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The following postings were submitted to the FBINAA by organizations who recognize the value of our members. Each posting gives a brief description with a link to learn more about the position.

Current Postings

Village of Ruidoso, New Mexico

Deputy Police Chief

Deadline to Apply - October 26, 2020
Salary Range - $31.76 - $38.90 Hourly

Under the direction of the Chief of Police, oversees, manages, supervises, coordinates and administers day to day operations of law enforcement services for assigned officers; may serve as Chief in the absence of Chief of Police. This is a full-time exempt position reporting to the Police Chief. Regular work hours are Monday thru Friday 8 am to 5 pm; however, this may include some nights and weekends. This position must be able to adapt to a flexible work schedules as established by supervisor. This position entails considerable initiative and independent judgment and the ability to work with others to accomplish program goals.

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City of St. Albans, Vermont

Chief of Police and Emergency Management

Deadline to Apply - October 30, 2020 @ 5:00PM ET
Salary Range - $110,000.00 Yearly

The City of St. Albans seeks an experienced leader with a consensus building leadership style to serve as the Chief in a community-oriented department. The Department has over 30 employees, operates a regional dispatch center serving 30 communities, and an annual budget of $5 million. The Department is moving into a newly renovated police station in June of 2021.

St. Albans is the regional hub of Franklin County with 40 percent of the county’s workforce and a dense neighborhood development pattern within two square miles. Over the last ten years, the City has completed a dramatic downtown revitalization and become a destination for both tourists and home buyers seeking a historic home near a thriving downtown.

The City operates under a Council-Manager form of Government and the Chief reports directly to the City Manager. The Chief is responsible for all police, emergency management, and emergency communications services. A detailed job description is available at www.stalbansvt.com.

The next Chief must be prepared to engage the challenges facing contemporary law enforcement and remain in alignment with the City’s Police Transformation Road Map (available at www.stalbansvt.com). Candidates must have the ability to inspire public confidence and understand the dynamics of working in a small City. Candidates must have proven skills in labor relations, budget preparation, and management oversight, as well as building and maintaining active community partnerships. Bachelor's Degree in a relevant discipline, and at least ten (10) years of demonstrated law enforcement experience including five (5) years’ experience at a command level. Candidates must possess Level III certification from the Vermont Police Academy or obtain that certification within one year of appointment.

Annual salary budgeted at $110,000, starting salary commensurate with qualifications. Comprehensive benefits package. Female and minority candidates are encouraged to apply.

Please submit letter, resume and list of references electronically by 5:00 PM ET on October 30, 2020 to Dominic Cloud, d.cloud@stalbansvt.com.

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Helena Police Department, Alabama

Chief of Police

Deadline to Apply - October 30, 2020
Salary Range - $92,484.35 - $104,143.70 Yearly

This is administrative and supervisory work in directing all activities and employees of the City police department. The employee in this class is responsible for supervising all Law enforcement functions of the City. The Chief of Police reports directly to the Mayor. The Police Chief plans, directs and controls patrol, traffic, criminal investigation and related services and activities and supervises the training, assignments and discipline of all department members. The Chief works with the city administration to determine plans and policies to be observed in police operations and except for general administrative direction from the Mayor, works independently in carrying out police functions

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Protection Strategies Inc., Washington D.C.

Program Manager

Deadline to Apply - November 5, 2020

Purpose: The Program Manager’s role manages and oversees administrative and daily operations of the project.

Please note that this is not a remote position.

This position requires candidates to have a “TS” security clearance and must be capable of obtaining SCI access that includes a requirement to pass a security CI polygraph exam.

Essential Job Functions:

  • Manage and oversee the administrative and daily operations of the program.
  • Serve as overall lead on the BPA and as the principle liaison between the Government and the Contractor.
  • Serve as a consolidated point of contact that facilitates effective communication and proactively identifies and mitigates issues within the Contractor’s team and between the Contractor and the various Government customers.
  • Attend regular and frequent meetings with Government customers to discuss / brief workload, contract performance, and emergent issues.
  • Assure quality control implementation.
  • Produce required contractual and programmatic reports and briefs.
  • Exercise quality - control measures over Contractor staff to deliver services and products on budget and schedule per BPA and SOW requirements.
  • Be responsible for overall BPA project personnel, delivery of reports, and other deliverables.
  • Implement short and long - term work plans to ensure work performance
  • Be responsible for formulating and enforcing work standards.
  • Coordinate with Government customer for assignment of work schedules
  • Review and remediate work discrepancies.
  • Supervise Contractor personnel, communicate policies and organizational goals.
  • Be responsible for contract performance.
  • Be responsible for tracking all in - coming Contractor personnel and weekly reports to Government customers of status and processing issues.

Position Requirements:

  • Current TS security clearance and must be capable of obtaining SCI access that includes a requirement to pass a security CI polygraph exam
  • Must have knowledge of SecD discipline, project management and demonstrated capability to manage multiple tasks / projects.
  • Eight (8) years in a specialty related to personnel security being managed which includes scheduling and supervising project personnel.
  • Must have ten (10) plus years of Federal LE experience or fifteen (15) years of experience managing tasks and supervising people to include experience in human resources and personnel security.
  • A Master’s degree in any field of study preferred. A Bachelor’s degree is required.
  • At least five (5) years of experience over the past ten (10) years (two (2) years of experience within the last four (4) years) directly - related to managing or performing responsibilities similar to those described herein and in the SOW.
  • Proficient in Microsoft Office applications (Excel, Word, Outlook, PowerPoint)

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Montgomery County Police Department, Maryland

Assistant Chief of Police, Community Resources Bureau

Deadline to Apply - November 6, 2020
Salary Range - $116,670.00 - $198,339.00 Yearly

The Montgomery County Police Departments seeks a community focused, collaborative, and innovative professional to provide leadership and oversight as the Assistant Chief of our Community Resources Bureau. This new bureau will be responsible for overseeing the Department’s Community Engagement Division, the Public Information Office, and the Policy and Planning Division. The new Community Resource Bureau will also have oversight of the Department’s interaction with Montgomery County Public Schools, the Maryland Center for School Safety, and the School Resources Officer Program.

This individual should embody a commitment to building and sustaining community trust and productive partnerships that enhance public safety. This position will serve as a senior member of the Department’s leadership team responsible for increasing innovation and creativity to take on contemporary challenges facing law enforcement. Areas of responsibility will include planning, policy, and community engagement.

The Montgomery County Department of Police is team of approximately 1,300 diverse, well-educated, devoted officers and 730 authorized professional staff members committed to making Montgomery County a great place to live or visit. The Department’s mission is to safeguard life and property, preserve the peace, prevent, and detect crime, enforce the law, and protect the rights of all residents. Our Department embraces the concept of community policing and works in partnership with our community to identify and resolve issues that impact our quality of life. Our approach to policing incorporates the belief that the community plays a part in the process and that solutions to today’s community problems require both the public and police, working together to address neighborhood concerns beyond a narrow focus on individual crime incidents. The County is served by six districts and has four other bureaus in addition to the Office of the Chief: Patrol Services, Field Services, Investigative Services, and Management Services. The Department has an operating budget of about $288 million and has been internationally accredited through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) since July 31, 1993.

Montgomery County, covering approximately 500 square miles, is located between Washington, DC and Baltimore, adjacent to Virginia and has over one million residents. It is the most populous county in the State of Maryland and the most diverse county in the State, ranking among the top ten most diverse counties in the nation. Montgomery County is home to many major U.S. government offices, scientific research and learning centers, and business campuses. Enjoy four seasons in an environment of rolling hills, close to mountains and the ocean. A short ride to Washington DC provides access to the major halls of justice, and first-class museums. We offer a bit of everything for everyone.

This is a unique opportunity to be a transformational force as an Assistant Chief recommending comprehensive goals and objectives and executing their implementation as an agent of change.

The ideal candidate must possess:

  • An openness to new information, different perspectives, and a willingness to consider new solutions to persistent public safety concerns
  • A deep commitment to the ideas of community policing
  • A firm commitment to transparency and accountability
  • Strong knowledge of police operations, services, and activities of a municipal law enforcement program
  • Experience and demonstrated success building strong relationships of trust, responsiveness and mutual understanding with government officials, community leaders, business representatives, residents, officers, and other public safety partners
  • A collaborative commitment to community engagement focused on problem solving
  • A commitment to diversity, equity, and inclusiveness
  • Knowledge of and an ability to evaluate and implement recommendations identified in the Final Report of the President’s Task Force on 21st Century Policing
  • Strong interpersonal and communication skills with an emphasis on being visible, available, and approachable both in the department and to the community individually, in groups, making presentations and online
  • Strong management capability, leading a multigenerational workforce, and motivating and developing future generations to lead
  • A commitment to training and developing staff with the most effective, state of the art methods available, including implicit bias and de-escalation training

Top candidates will also possess:

  • Experience applying knowledge of modern management and supervisory principles and practices.
  • Experience applying knowledge of legislation and developments in the field of law enforcement including police administration, patrol techniques, criminal investigations, crime prevention and the criminal justice system.
  • Experience planning, organizing, coordinating, leading and otherwise directing large scale and complex police projects and programs and resolving administrative and operational issues.
  • Experience establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with other County officials and Federal and State Officials, civic and business leaders, union representative and the general public, particularly in situations where competing and conflicting concerns, interests, goals and/or objectives require both understanding and resolution.
  • Completion of the FBI National Academy (FBINA), Senior Management Institute for Police (SMIP) from the Police Executive Research Forum, or the Police Executive Leadership Institute (PELI) from the Major Cities Chiefs.

JOB RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Manages a large organizational unit by assigning work priorities to subordinate units in response to organizational needs, overseeing the development and implementation of county, department and unit operating and administrative procedures and memoranda of understanding with other agencies.
  • Represents the County government and Chief of Police in various forums concerning controversial and sensitive police matters by explaining the County’s goals and objectives, by responding to questions, misunderstandings, and apprehension, and by gaining the support of groups being addressed/ bridging the gap between the police and the community.
  • Sets standards for individual and organizational unit performance and coordinates evaluations, and any disciplinary action within appropriate county, collective bargaining and departmental policies and procedures.
  • Provides research, advice, and recommendations to the Chief on a variety of police issues and concerns to develop new and innovative solutions, programs, policies, and procedures.
  • Works with other departments of County government, outside agencies, community and business leaders, and organizations to address and resolve work problems, coordinate work efforts, develop partnerships and programs, and present and clarify the County and Department’s position on issues and operations.
  • Oversees preparation and administration of organization’s operating budget, including providing testimony before the County Executive and County Council.
  • Reviews and approves correspondence and reports prepared by subordinate employees for signature of the Police Chief.
  • Attends meetings, gives oral presentations, and deals with issues/complaints raised.
  • Performs other duties as required.

MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

  • Experience: Seven (7) years of progressively responsible leadership experience, five (5) years of which were in a management level capacity. Work in police/law enforcement environment preferred.
  • Education: possession of a bachelor’s degree in Public Administration, Criminal Justice, Law, or related field from an accredited college or university.
  • Equivalency: An equivalent combination of education and experience may be substituted.
  • Note: Must be psychologically able to perform the essential functions of the job. License: Possession of a valid motor vehicle operator's license.

The Assistant Chief of Police will be appointed by the County Executive and confirmed by the County Council. This is a non-merit position within the Montgomery County Government that will serve with four other sworn Assistant Chiefs and will report directly to the Chief of Police.

To APPLY:
A review of applications will begin starting on Friday, November 6, 2020. Interested candidates should submit a cover letter and resume expressing their interest in the position to: MCPD.Personnel@montgomerycountymd.gov.
Resumes will be screened and evaluated based on the information listed above. Candidates deemed most qualified will be referred to the department. Selected candidates will be invited to participate in an interview and selection activities. Applicants selected as finalists for the position will be subject to a comprehensive background investigation by Montgomery County.
Montgomery County is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Women and minority candidates are encouraged to apply. If you have any questions regarding this opportunity please contact MCPD.Personnel@montgomerycountymd.gov.
Montgomery County government is committed to attracting and retaining a highly skilled, quality, and diverse workforce, valuing people who are committed to public service and aspire to make a difference in our community.


White House Fellows Foundation & Association

The White House Fellowship is a nonpartisan program that fosters and strengthens leaders for the betterment of our communities and nation.

Founded by President Lyndon B. Johnson, the White House Fellows program is the Nation’s premier non-partisan program for leadership and public service. It offers exceptional young men and women first-hand experience working at the highest levels of the federal government. The Program has been supported by each Presidential Administration since 1965.

Fellows spend a year working as full-time, paid staff members for senior White House officials and Cabinet Secretaries. They also participate in an education program that includes meetings with prominent executives in the public and private sectors and trips to observe U.S. policy in action both domestically and internationally.

For more information about the White House Fellowship, visit whff.org


Selection Process


November

Application window opens on November 1st.

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January

Written applications are due.

Winter

Applications are reviewed by Program staff and White House Fellows Alumni. Regional finalists are selected.

Spring

Panels or community leaders hold interviews across US. National Finalists are selected.

June

President's Commission on White House Fellowships convenes "Selection Weekend." Fellowship Class selected.

July

New Fellows come to Washington to interview for their work assignment.

September

Fellowship Year begins.


Questions or Comments?


If you have any questions, please contact our Director of Outreach and Recruitment, margarita.colmenares@whff.org


PAE, Kosovo

Internal Affairs Advisor

Deadline to Apply - December 14, 2020

ICITAP-Kosovo seeks a law enforcement professional with strong, supervisory and working-level experience and expertise in organizational reform, internal investigations, anti-corruption, and policy and procedure development. This is long-term full-time position based in Pristina, Kosovo and ICITAP is seeking a commitment for at least one year. The induvial selected for this position will be working directly with the Police Inspectorate of Kosovo (PIK) leadership team providing mentorship and training.

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PAE, Worldwide

Women's Leadership Advisor

Deadline to Apply - December 14, 2020

ICITAP is seeking an advisor who will be responsible for assisting with the integration of gender perspectives into law enforcement and counterterrorism agencies and operations internationally. This advisor will also provide professional mentorship to promote sustainable change with partner governments to promote gender mainstreaming education. The purpose of this program is to cater country specific strategies to promote sustainable change from within an agency that will ultimately contribute to the operational effectiveness in combatting transnational crime and terror. Three of the following countries will receive short-term assistance under this program: Afghanistan, Albania, Bangladesh, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Indonesia, Iraq, Jordan, Kenya, Kosovo, Mali, Montenegro, Niger, North Macedonia, Philippines, Senegal, Somalia, Tunisia, and Ukraine.

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PAE, Bangladesh

Law Enforcement Advisor Anti-Terror Unit

Deadline to Apply - December 14, 2020

ICITAP is initiating a project to assist the operationalization of a new Bangladesh law enforcement organization, the Anti-Terrorism Unit (ATU). This effort involves a job task analysis (JTA) of the organization to assist with recruitment and hiring of personnel. The goal is to establish a professional cadre of capable officers and to increase the workforce by 300%. The advisor will conduct and lead a JTA, assist with assessment and measurement tools, write job descriptions and mission statements, and conduct other work related to ATU’s operationalization. The advisor will travel to the projected eight ATU Regional headquarters (Dhaka, Chittagong, Sylhet, Rajshahi, Rangpur, Khulna, Barisal and Mymensingh) to conduct JTA interviews, as well as identify any infrastructure, training, or logistics needs that require follow-on engagement.

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PAE, Maldives

Countering Terrorist Financing Advisor

Deadline to Apply - December 14, 2020

Economic/Financial Crime Investigation Department, and Maldives Financial Intelligence Unit (FIU) to conduct professional, evidence-based counterterrorism investigations and analysis, and refer cases for prosecution within the Maldivian rule of law framework. The Countering Terrorist Financing (CTF) Advisor will coordinate and deliver training, mentoring, and advisory services in line with international standards, in compliance with Maldivian law, and in coordination with other technical assistance projects.

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