POSTION NUMBER: LEOS-DIR-2014-003
JOB TITLE: Director
SALARY: $125,000 - $135,000 (Commensurate w/experience)
Grade 15; Full-time; Exempt
DIRECTORATE: Law Enforcement Operations and Support
SUPERVISOR: Deputy Executive Director
LOCATION: Alexandria , VA
· Oversee IACPs Division of State Association of Chiefs of Police (SACOP) and Division of State and Provincial Police (S&P).
- Working with state associations and state police/highway patrol agencies in the United States, Puerto Rico and three Canadian police forces with provincial responsibilities, the Director addresses issues affecting the field and serves as a conduit between IACP programs/training and member agencies.
· Lead and mentor Division staff as they work to advance law enforcement and ably serve the Association through grant-funded programming, including the work of the Center for Officer Safety, Law Enforcement Cyber Center, Technology Center, highway safety programs, and information sharing initiatives.
· Facilitate partnerships between the Association and relevant federal, non-profit, and private-sector partners to advance the work of the IACP.
- Enhance the Associations professionalism, advocacy, and standing through the development of programs, activities, and interactions.
- Represent IACPs interests with federal, state, and local policymakers, international entities, national associations, and private industry on issues of mutual import to the Association and field.
- Support implementation of the Associations Strategic Plan.
- Manage special projects and perform other duties as assigned.
· Bachelor degree in related field required. Masters degree is preferred.
· Possess a minimum of twelve (12) years management level cumulative position-related experience.
PREFERRED PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE
- Service in a staff leadership position within a state association representing law enforcement.
- Service as the chief executive officer within a local and/or state law enforcement organization.
- Strong working knowledge of nonprofit law enforcement membership associations.
- Strong working knowledge of obtaining and managing private and public funding.
- Strong management and leadership skills.
- An innovative, imaginative thinker with superior verbal and writing proficiency.
- Awareness and understanding of contemporary policy and operational issues confronting federal, state, local, tribal, and international law enforcement entities.
- Extensive professional network across public, private, and nonprofit sectors.
- A consummate team-player.
- Adept at facilitation, conflict resolution and staff development.
- Thorough understanding of financial principles and procedures pertaining to budget development, monitoring and justification.
Travel is required.
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