Job Posting Board

Employers

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 below, for questions or additional information email jobs@fbinaa.org.

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.

Job Posting Submission Guidelines
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Job Posting Form
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Current Postings

PursuitAlert- Commissioned Sales Representatives

Looking for recently retired or soon to be retired officers for various locations around the country. LEARN MORE...

Durango Police Department-  Lateral Police Officer

The Durango Police Department is looking to hire lateral Police Officers. Must be Colorado POST certified or be certified in another state and have been working for at least one year. If out of state certified you will need to be able to challenge Colorado POST. LEARN MORE...

City of Pacific Police Department- Chief of Police

The City of Pacific, Washington seeks a dynamic, seasoned executive to lead its Police Department. This is an exciting law enforcement opportunity to work in a progressive, growing and effective organization and community.LEARN MORE...

City of Oklahoma City- Police Chief

The Police Chief is an FLSA exempt position and is responsible for leading, directing, and overseeing the staff and operations of the Oklahoma City Police Department.  The Police Chief exercises broad discretion in managing the operations of the department. He/she reports to the City Manager and/or an Assistant City Manager and works cooperatively to address community issues. Performance is reviewed for attainment of identified goals and objectives.LEARN MORE...

The Washington Metropolitan Transit Authority- Supervisor, Police Training with Metro Transit Police Department

The Supervisor, Police Training incumbent will supervise, coordinate and schedule all internal and external training for sworn and non-sworn Metro Transit Police Department (MTPD) personnel.  The employee will ensure compliance with training mandates from WMATA, Federal, State, and local regulations, as well as applicable certification standards for sworn personnel, Special Police Officers (SPOs) and civilians assigned to the MTPD.  This training must be done in accordance with regulations published by, but not limited, to US Federal guidelines, Virginia’s Department of Criminal Justice Services of Virginia (DCJS), the Maryland Police and Correction Training Commission (MPCTC), and the District of Columbia’s Security Officers Management Branch (SOMB) for Special Police Officers.  Best training practices associated with the Virginia Law Enforcement Accreditation Coalition (VALEAC), the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA).LEARN MORE...