|POLICE SUPP SERVICES MANAGER|
|Performs administrative, professional and managerial work involving the planning, organizing and supervising of the Support Services Division of the Orlando Police Department which includes Fiscal Management, Supply and Evidence, Police Services, Police Information and Records Management Sections. Primary duties include the development and administration of policies and procedures; coordination and management of the department's operating budget; analysis and evaluation of bids; establishment of objectives for respective sections consistent with departmental goals. Manages bureau in the absence of the bureau commander. Work is performed under broad administrative direction of the Bureau Commander/Police Major and performance is reviewed from an overall standpoint through reports submitted, results obtained, and management conferences.|
|Coordinates preparation of annual budget by analyzing expenditure trends, forecasting fiscal requirements, evaluating budget requests for priority, quantity, and cost, and reviewing completed budget requests for consistency and completeness. Administers operating budget in excess of $28 million.
Functions as financial advisor to Chief of Police and represents department at meetings on fiscal matters and other areas of responsibility.
Establishes objectives for respective sections consistent with departmental goals. Recommends disciplinary action up to and including termination of all assigned employees. Suspends employees pending disciplinary investigation. Relieves employees from duty under justifiable circumstances.
Evaluates bid packages to determine lowest bidder, whether bid meets specifications, and recommend acceptance/rejection of bid.
Prepares bid specifications as requested. Researches commodities to determine appropriate vendors and makes recommendations to
Purchasing. Meets with various vendors, sales representatives, and supervisors of various companies for possible purchase of supplies, services and materials or to resolve vendor complaints.
Analyzes, develops and/or revises civilian/civil services procedures and systems and recommends improvements/cost reductions.
Provides input as to the formulation of collective bargaining agreement proposals. Administers collective bargaining agreements by reviewing initial step grievances for contract compliance.
Ensures accurate filing, retention, release, and disposition processing of police reports, traffic citations, subpoena, supply issue/inventory and equipment, found property, evidence, payroll and budgetary documents.
Serves as department liaison regarding personnel, data processing, budget, payroll, supply, property/evidence, police reports, final court dispositions, UCR coding and records destruction.
Performs related work as required.
|Extensive knowledge of statistical budget analysis, forecasting and administration.
Knowledge of laws, regulations, policies and procedures relating to records management, wage and labor, evidence/property and grants administration.
Knowledge of computerized financial management systems.
Knowledge of office management theories, principles and practices.
Ability to perform research, analyze and present findings and recommendations.
Ability to analyze manual and automated financial management systems.
Ability to plan, organize, and effectively direct functionally diverse operations.
Ability to establish and maintain effective interpersonal relationships with employees, managers and representatives of outside agencies.
|Bachelor degree in Business Administration, Accounting, Finance or related field with four (4) or more years professional experience in accounting/finance or related field, some of which must be in a supervisory/management capacity. Knowledge of laws and regulations governing records retention, custody and care of evidence, wage and labor compensation, and computerized financial management systems; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Must pass police background investigation which includes polygraph examination.
REVISED: 7/5/02 - VCJ - added notes