|SEIU White Collar Non-Exempt|
|Provides paraprofessional and administrative work in the area of police career development as well as scheduling, coordinating and processing of all training transactions for sworn police personnel; including maintaining all training records and other duties as related to the training section. A primary responsibility is to administer Career Development Program for sworn officers and sergeants. Duties include but are not limited to discussing career options with police officers; determining training needs; monitoring progress of officers and sergeants in the career development program and ensuring proper documentation is maintained and rewards are processed in a timely manner. Work is performed under general supervision of a Police Sergeant (Training Supervisor) and performance is reviewed through conferences, reports submitted, and results obtained.|
|Administers the Police Officer/Sergeant Career Development Program in accordance with departmental policies, bargaining agreement and state regulations; monitors the process by verifying and documenting submissions for approval of Review Committee.
Evaluates officers' Career Development status and needs, explains program requirements and procedures to assist them in attaining Master Police Officer or Master Sergeant.
Maintains all Career Development records and ensures program benefits are processed in a timely manner.
Conducts orientation training for new police recruits and produces newsletters on the Career Development Program using Microsoft Word.
Schedules and arranges meetings and writes meeting minutes.
Creates computer database in Microsoft Excel to automate Career Development records and maintains all computer files.
Reviews and processes all training course applications.
Coordinates the enrollment of personnel for outside department training sessions as well as block training.
Maintains and updates all training files for sworn personnel, including serving as the Department liaison for the Florida Department of Law Enforcement.
Ensures that all sworn employees are FDLE certified, and meet the yearly FDLE requirements.
Processes paperwork for those officers wishing to serve as FDLE certified instructors and K9 officers.
Serves as liaison with the Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission as it relates to training programs and reporting procedures.
Submits required documentation, including FTE sheets, and verifies approval of mandatory retraining courses.
Performs other related administrative duties as needed in the training section.
|Knowledge of training and development program design and administration.
Knowledge of motivational principles and techniques.
Knowledge of statistical analyses and computer applications.
Knowledge of public information laws governing personnel records.
Skilled in the use of personal computer and Microsoft Excel software.
Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees, managers, and representatives of outside agencies.
Ability to conduct research, analyze findings and formulate and present recommendations to management.
|Associate's Degree with course work in Psychology, Business Management, Personnel/Public Administration or related field, plus three (3) years professional experience in training, organizational psychology, personnel or related field; or an equivalent combination of education, training and experience. Knowledge of law enforcement operations desired. Must pass police background investigation which includes polygraph examination.|