Chief of Police

Northeast State Community College

JOB LINK: https://tbr.csod.com/ats/careersite/JobDetails.aspx?site=9&id=2060&source=IND

EducationBachelor’s Degree
SkillsMicrosoft Word
Microsoft Office
Law Enforcement
Supervising Experience
General Employee Responsibilities

Comply with local, state, and federal guidelines and laws.
Comply with Northeast State Community College and Tennessee Board of Regents policies, procedures, and guidelines.
Comply with SACSCOC (Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges) standards and guidelines.
Promote and maintain College and TBR Mission, Vision, and Values.
Promote and comply with Northeast State Community College SAFE Campus programs.
Maintain digital calendar and archive annually on June 30. Provide supervisor with access to calendar and an archived copy of calendar for annual performance review.
Seek efficiencies and continuous improvement in both position and personal growth.
Lead/promote College and TBR initiatives as they relate to this office.
In all duties assigned, show a commitment to quality, customer service, and Northeast State Community College: to include students, College employees, and the community served by Northeast State. Be an active and contributing part of the Northeast State Team
Follow professional code of conduct and ethics; maintain professional dress in compliance with expectations of the position.
Utilize effective people skills in working with internal and external customers.
Enforce state law on all property owned, controlled or leased by the college.
Directly supervise the deputy chief of Police.
Chair and serve as a member of committees as directed by the vice president for Administrative Services.
Comply with local, state, and federal guidelines and laws.
Enforce state law on all property owned, controlled or leased by the college.
Chair and serve as a member of committees as directed by the vice president for Administrative Services.
Work with other internal departments and outside agencies to implement the Clery and Violence Against Women Acts.
Provide a rapid and professional response to criminal and non-criminal requests for assistance.
Coordinate and direct the functions of the Northeast State Police Department with both internal departments and external agencies.
Direct police and security officers within the Northeast State Police Department.
Develop and recommend plans and strategies to protect people and safeguard property.
Assist the Assistant Director of Environmental Health and Safety in developing and implementing the college’s Emergency Operations Plan.
Manage budgets and operation of office; develop and implement budget and strategic planning for the department.
Lead/promote College and TBR initiatives as they relate to this office.
Provide a rapid and professional response to criminal and non-criminal requests for assistance
Develop and recommend plans and strategies to protect people and safeguard property.
Perform other duties as assigned.

Specific Role and Responsibilities

Assist in the development and implementation of the department’s records management system.
Initiate annual employee performance review and maintain related records.
Insure crime statistics are accurately reported to the Department of Education and the state of Tennessee.
Develop and/or update all policies, procedures, and orders for the Northeast State Police Department
Develop and update the college’s Emergency Preparedness Plan
Insure the department meets accreditation standards developed by the Tennessee Association of Chiefs of Police (TACP).
Complete other assignments as directed by supervision.

Requirements of the Position

Minimum Qualifications and Education Requirement

Education – Minimum of a Bachelor of Science or a Bachelor of Arts degree in criminal justice or a related field from a regionally accredited institution.
Ability to become Police Officers Standards and Training Commission (P.O.S.T.) certified per T.C.A. 38-8-107, or its equivalency
Experience – Five years of supervisory experience in the law enforcement field and/or five years’ successful work experience in campus law enforcement
Technology Skills: MS Office skills, Word, Excel, Access; digital records management systems; general operating systems and data information systems

Preferred Skills

Knowledge of modern law enforcement practices as they pertain to campus law enforcement
Knowledge of the court system
Knowledge of effective methods of communication
Ability to ascertain facts by personal contact, observation, and investigation
Ability to explain and interpret pertinent provisions of laws, ordnances and regulations
Ability to administer the enforcement of laws firmly, tactfully, and with respect for the rights of others

Compensation: $52,665 – $65,831 annual salary dependent on education and experience.
Contract Type: Fiscal, Full-Time Regular
Location of Position: Northeast State,
2425 Highway 75
Blountville, Tennessee, 37617
United States
Open Until Filled: No

Requisition Number: req2060

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