|POLICE PLANNING ADMINISTRATOR|
|Plans, organizes, supervises, and evaluates staff involved in management analysis work in the Police Department such as crime analysis, performance measures, grants administration, and preparation of various management and technical reports such as those to the DOJ and status reports to the Chief; coordinates, participates, and oversees various department wide management studies projects; performs other duties as assigned.|
|Plans, organizes, supervises and evaluates professional, technical, and clerical staff providing support services to police operations; ensures appropriate training for staff and allocates resources; establishes and interprets program goals, objectives, rules, and policies; counsels and resolves issues; disciplines staff as appropriate; approves time off and payroll matters.
Prepares, oversees, and coordinates grant applications, administration, and documentation; assists with implementation of grant funded programs; interprets and ensures compliance with grant requirements; prepares audit paper and responds to audits; assists with financial and programmatic reports required by DOJ or other federal or state funding agencies; prepares reports for Chief and management staff.
Plans, coordinates, or participates in department wide management projects such as the Business Plan Performance Optimization report on performance measures, Workload Analysis on Patrol Car Allocation Modeling for resource allocation, and various other management projects to improve operations and and implements such improvements within delegated authority; performs or oversees analysis, formal periodic reports and recommendations; investigates and resolves problems; advises management on status and needs.
Responsible for a variety of administrative work preparing period reports, developing and administering budget for assigned area; prepares and reviews expense or usage reports; maintains accurate records including policies and procedures, mkes recommendations and implements improvements; attends meetings and conferences and stays abreast of new developments; make presentations..
|Knowledge of business management principles involving planning, organizing, resource allocation, and leadership techniques.
Knowledge of personnel management and supervisory principles and practices.
Knowledge of English language including grammar and composition.
Strong computer skills including word processing, spreadsheets, and database applications such as AS400 and other proprietary applications.
Ability to conduct research and analysis, identify problems, assess performance, evaluate strengths and weaknesses of alternative solutions or approaches to problems and make appropriate conclusions or decisions.
Ability to plan, organize, prioritize, and coordinate activities with management, professionals, staff, and outside agencies.
Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted during the course of work performed including management, technical and service personnel, and the general public.
|Bachelor's degree in business administration, public administration, or other related field, and a minimum of four years experience progressively more responsible related experience which included advanced level management analysis work and oversight, and a year experience working as a supervisor or other leadership capacity, or other similar combination of education and experience. Experience working in a law enforcement agency is desirable.
A valid Florida Driver License is desirable.
Must pass police background investigation, including a polygraph.