Job Posting Board


Get your job posting in front of the strongest law enforcement leadership network in the world. FBI National Academy Associate members are active in our network, engaged in their careers, and open to new opportunities. Our network gives you the opportunity to reach senior law enforcement executives with an abundance of talent and experience. Our NEW Job Posting Board allows you to match your organization's position to the most qualified professionals in the industry. Please review the Submission Guidelines and complete the Submission Form , for questions or additional information email

Job Seekers

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

California State Senate- Chief Sergeant-at-Arms

The California Senate Chief Sergeant-at-Arms is an office and employee of the Senate (Cal. Gov. Code, 59170), charged with managing a team of Sergeants and other personnel within the Office of the Sergeant-at-Arms. The office provides security, support, and oversight for Senate floor sessions and committee hearings, so that the legislative process can proceed efficiently and unencumbered. The office also provides security to individual Senators and legislative staff, supervises public visitors, investigates and responds to threats within the Senate, assists with medical emergencies, and conducts emergency evacuations. The Chief Sergeant and Sergeant-at-Arms staff are sworn peace officers in accordance with California Penal Code Section 830.36

City of San Jose, CA Police Department- Deputy Director of Gaming

GovHR USA is pleased to announce the City of San José, California is seeking professionals with experience in the oversight and regulation of the gaming industry or other financial agencies as applicants to serve as this community’s next Deputy Director of Gaming.


University of Nebraska-Lincoln- Assistant Vice Chancellor and Chief of Police

The University of Nebraska-Lincoln is currently seeking its next Chief of Police. Reporting to the Vice Chancellor for Business and Finance and serving on the Vice Chancellor’s Leadership Team, the Chief of Police will serve a vital role in the safety, security and success of the University of Nebraska-Lincoln and to lead UPD to the next level of excellence.

Qualifications include a Bachelor’s degree in a related discipline with ten years’ experience in command level supervisory law enforcement positions with rank of captain or above. Comprehensive understanding of principles and practices of law enforcement, emergency operations, and crime prevention, with a thorough knowledge of local, State and Federal laws including CLERY and Title IX. Proven ability to lead, develop, and support staff to achieve excellence through increased training, responsibility, productivity, and morale. Experience cultivating and maintaining collaborative relationships with a variety of constituents, as well as mutual aid relationships with law enforcement, fire, and emergency medical services agencies who provide support to campus locations. Strong interpersonal and verbal and written communication skills. Experience in responsible budget management and resource allocation. Applicant must be able to meet the minimum requirements of a law enforcement officer in the State of Nebraska either through current good standing, reciprocity, or reactivation of their law enforcement certification.,/p>

Upon employment, applicant must meet or complete State of Nebraska mandated certification courses as required by statute to be certified as a law enforcement officer and must also have completed state mandated law enforcement supervisory and management course.

Master’s degree preferred, as well as law enforcement experience at a college or university; knowledge of public safety functions, operations and current issues; experience leading successful community oriented policing initiatives; and the ability to promote and maintain a productive and collaborative environment with diverse constituencies both internal and external to the department and University.

Review of applications will begin March 2, 2020 and will continue until the position is filled or the search is closed. To apply, go to, requisition F_200012 and complete the Faculty/Academic Administrative Form. Applicants will be required to attach a letter of interest, resume and contact information for three professional references.

As an EO/AA employer, qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, national origin, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, and/or political affiliation. See

Relay-Sales Consultant

Relay is a community engagement platform to help connect first responders with the citizens they serve, creating a space for community protection to thrive. Relay’s products create easy avenues to help, report and communicate in real time, while putting privacy first. Send 1:1 communication for non-emergency incidents to your local law enforcement agency, and see trends in the places that matter to you. For more information and to download the Relay app you can visit

Relay is seeking a highly motivated, well-connected former Law Enforcement personnel to join the growing Relay team. The Sales Consultant will leverage their relationships and network to set new appointments for the Relay Sales team. This individual will be an enthusiastic team player with exceptional phone communication skills and is able to clearly convey the value of the technology to potential buyers.

Knowledge, skills, and abilities

  • Well connected within the Law Enforcement community
  • Member of the FBI National Academy Associates (preferred by not required)
  • Enjoys prompting new technology to their peers

Essential Functions

  • Reach out to prospective agencies via telephone and email to qualify accounts.
  • Set appointments for qualified agencies for the Relay sales team
  • Assist in handling objections to help progress the deal to close
  • Convey key findings to the product team for future considerations

Additional Information

For more information about Relay visit or contact Cameron Mahoney or 317-965-4128

City of Forest Grove (OR)- Chief of Police

Please see the City's employment opportunities page for more information and the position brochure.

To plan, direct, manage and oversee the activities and operations of the Police Department including law enforcement, criminal investigations, traffic control measures, crime lab, records maintenance and crime prevention; to coordinate assigned activities with other departments, divisions and outside agencies; and to provide highly responsible and complex administrative support to the City Manager.

Minimum Qualifications:
  • Equivalent to a Bachelor's degree in Criminal/Administration of Justice, Public Administration, Business Administration, or a related field. Master's degree preferred.
  • Eight years of increasingly responsible experience in law enforcement. Four of these years must be at the command/administrative level.
  • Possession of an appropriate, valid driver's license.
  • Possession of an appropriate, valid DPSST Management Certification (or out-of-state equivalent)
  • Possession of, or ability to acquire with one year of employment, a valid DPSST Executive Police Certification.
TO APPLY: Please submit cover letter and resume to:

Brenda Camilli, Human Resources Manager

City of Forest Grove P.O. Box 326 Forest Grove, OR 97116-0326 (503) 992-3200 (503) 992-3207 (FAX)

University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign- Executive Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police

The University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign is seeking nominations and applications for the Executive Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police. Founded in 1867, the University is one of the nation's original 37 public land-grant institutions. An internationally acclaimed comprehensive public research university, it is the largest university in the University of Illinois System and a member of the Big Ten, American Association of Universities and other notable peer organizations. Current student enrollment is diverse and dynamic with a total enrollment of nearly 48,000. The student body is composed of more than 33,500 undergraduates and approximately 14,500 graduate and professional students. The university is a traditional residential campus with nearly 10,500 students living in campus facilities, while others live in private housing in close proximity. The University community also includes a diverse group of 11,000 faculty and staff. The campus is located in central Illinois within the cities of Champaign and Urbana and works closely with public safety units to provide a safe environment for students, staff and visitors.

The University of Illinois is an Equal Opportunity, Affirmative Action employer. Minorities, women, veterans and individuals with disabilities are encouraged to apply. For more information, visit

The Executive Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police serves as the chief law enforcement officer for the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign and reports to the Senior Associate Chancellor. The Executive Director has overall responsibility for budget, human resource management and prioritization of campus safety and security efforts. A significant responsibility for this individual, in conjunction with other university officials, is sustaining and enhancing a safe and welcoming environment. The Executive Director will be responsible for advising the campus on short- and long-range emergency plans, priorities and response strategies. The Executive Director and the department are also responsible for numerous reporting and disclosure obligations. These include the development and management of policies and protocols that satisfy statutory or policy requirements (for example, the Jeanne Clery Act, activities involving minors and others), monitoring and reporting crime statistics, participating in security clearance processes and issuing appropriate or required notifications.

The Executive Director will lead a highly professional law enforcement staff and have an understanding of the unique role that public safety and security services play in a complex and diverse university environment. Public Safety responsibilities have been organized around a philosophy of community-based service. This is accomplished by building relationships throughout the University and local communities and through a strong commitment to campus outreach and educational programs. An important qualification will be demonstrated experience and sensitivity in dealing with college or university students, faculty and staff representing many cultures, backgrounds and experiences and an ability to work collaboratively and constructively with outside stakeholders. The successful candidate will serve as the liaison with local, state and federal public safety organizations.

Requirements include a bachelor's degree; at least ten years of related professional experience; substantial public safety related responsibilities; demonstrated experience in a community-based public safety environment; and excellent communication, problem solving, conflict resolution, team building and management skills. A master's degree in public administration, criminal justice or a related field and at least ten years of related professional experience in public or higher education is preferred. Successful applicants must meet the standards required by the Illinois Law Enforcement Training and Standards Board for a sworn police officer.

This is a full-time, twelve-month academic professional position. Salary is open and is dependent on qualifications and experience. The position is available as soon as possible after closing date. Any offer of employment is contingent on satisfactory completion of a thorough background investigation. Consistent with University of Illinois policies and practices in the law enforcement profession, this process may include, but is not necessarily limited to, criminal record review, psychological assessment, reference interviews and a medical exam, including drug testing.

Inquiries, nominations, and applications are invited. Nominations should include the name and contact information of the individual being nominated. Applications should include a letter of interest, resume/CV, and five references. Review of applications will continue until the position is filled. For full consideration, applications should be received by March 9, 2020. Interested candidates are encouraged to submit materials to:

Executive Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police Search Committee Joe Barnes

The University of Illinois conducts criminal background checks on all job candidates upon acceptance of a contingent offer. As a qualifying federal contractor, the University of Illinois System uses E-Verify to verify employment eligibility.