|SEIU Supervisor Non-Exempt|
|Performs responsible technical and supervisory work of a specialized nature in CID. Employees assigned to this classification are responsible for providing technical advice and support to the CID Commander on all matters relating to computers, telecommunications equipment as well as administrative workflow issues. Work is performed under general supervision of the Police Captain and is reviewed through audits of records, discussions, reports and results obtained.|
|Develop and administer annual operating budget, responsible for budget planning related to new personnel, equipment and supplies.
Train employees in proper work methods, operation of equipment and departmental policies and procedures; counsel employees as needed and evaluates their performance.
Plan and implement new floor configurations for the division including completion of documentation required to facilitate funding and completions of renovations and/or modifications.
Coordinate all office landscaping matters including design, layout, and relocation of cubicles; coordinate the placement of telephone lines and computer equipment throughout the division with the Technology Management Bureau (TMD).
Serve as voice mail administrator/trainer, program auto dial stations and provide one-on-one training on the LEAP system; assure that equipment is maintained and serviced as needed.
Is responsible for storage and maintenance of all investigative material in electronic data files.
Participate in the review, development and/or revision of internal operating procedures; keep abreast of regulatory changes that affect operation.
Conducts, maintains and audits equipment assigned to division and maintains inventory of office supplies and requisitions for replacements when needed.
Provide information to the public, police personnel and representatives of outside agencies regarding activities, procedures and services provided; answer complaints and/or questions in accordance with established guidelines.
Perform other related duties as required.
|Knowledge of police department operations.
Knowledge of office management practices and procedures.
Knowledge of record keeping and data base systems.
Knowledge of English grammar, reading, and sentence structure.
Knowledge of inventory control and warehousing methods.
Knowledge of supervisory principles and practices.
Knowledge of data gathering techniques.
Knowledge of laws governing police records.
Knowledge of computer operations.
Ability to perform mathematical calculations.
Ability to coordinate and supervise activities of a large office.
Ability to prioritize assignments and work independently.
Ability to classify and categorize records.
Ability to express ideas clearly and concisely, verbally and in writing.
Ability to stand for extended periods of time.
Ability to conduct research, analyze and interpret data; compile data and prepare reports.
Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships with employees and the public.
Ability to operate personal computers, typewriter, telephone, copier and calculator.
|Associate's degree in a related field and four (4) or more years office management experience, preferably in law enforcement area, required. Some lead or supervisory experience required; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Typing ability required. Knowledge of computer operations desired. Must pass police background investigation, which includes polygraph examination.
REVISED: 1/23/92 - BR
7/5/02 - VCJ- added notes