Supv Police Officer
JOB DESCRIPTION: Managerial positions involve supervision of other subordinate managers and/or supervisors, and/or direction of units, functions, or projects (which may be staffed by civilian or military personnel). Managers are responsible for justifying, directing, and allocating resources (people, budget, material) across the organization through one or more levels of supervision, and for setting organizational goals, objectives, and priorities. They handle highly complex, sensitive, or ambiguous challenges facing the organization(s); interact with, influence and persuade high-ranking officials within and outside the organization, agency and other external organizations; and make decisions that have an impact within and outside of the immediate organization and agency. Managers must supervise at least one government supervisor; they typically supervise between three to fifteen employees. Supervisory Police Officers maintain law and order; enforce Federal laws, rules, and regulations; and, investigate accidents, criminal activity, and misconduct involving misdemeanors and felonies. They protect NGA personnel and assets by providing emergency response and protective measures. They also conduct patrols, prevent and detect violations, prepare accident and incident reports, conduct searches, and conduct interviews and briefings.
MANDATORY QUALIFICATION CRITERIA: For this particular job, applicants must meet all competencies reflected under the Mandatory Qualification Criteria to include education (if required). Online resumes must demonstrate qualification by providing specific examples and associated results, in response to the announcement's mandatory criteria specified in this vacancy announcement:
1) Effectively supervising and/or leading a team of police officers and supervisory police officers (i.e., Sergeant through Deputy Chief). Experience as an Installation Provost Marshal, Chief of Security Forces, Chief of Police.
2) Communicating skills and experience in written (i.e., staff packages, executive correspondence, development of briefs, etc.) and oral presentations (i.e., senior management, command staff, IC partners and subordinate staff).
3) Establish and maintain internal and external law enforcement relationships, (i.e., participate on external boards, committees, and working groups).
4) Experience promoting process improvement, identifying deficiencies and recommending corrective actions.
5) Demonstrated experience in building high performing and highly effective, trusting teams.
EDUCATION REQUIREMENT: A. Education: A minimum of 2 years of coursework beyond the high school level with at least 12 semester (18 quarter) hours, preferably in Criminology, General Law, Law Enforcement, Police Administration, Police Investigation, Police Law and Evidence. -OR- B. Combination of Education and Experience: A minimum of 12 semester (18 quarter) hours in any area listed in option A plus experience that provides knowledge of basic laws and regulations, law enforcement operations, practices, and techniques. As a rule, every 30 semester (45 quarter) hours of college work is equivalent to one year of experience. Candidates should show that their combination of education and experience totals to 2 years. -OR- C. Experience: A minimum of 2 years of experience in law enforcement or security work that provides knowledge of basic laws and regulations, law enforcement operations, practices, and techniques. Experience can also include military work that involved protecting property, equipment, data, or materials; making judgments based on the application of directions, rules, regulations, or laws; or other work that provided the required knowledge and skills related to law enforcement or security work. A valid driver's license and must maintain a valid driver's licenses while employed at NGA; Successful completion of an initial Physical Ability Test (PAT) as mandated by DOD Instruction 5525.15 and determined by command staff. The following Certification must be maintained after your FLETC's training: Firearms Certification, Less-lethal weapons use Certification (e.g. monadock, oleoresin capsicum (OC); Successful completion of First Aid/CPR course; Arrest and Defense Tactics Certification; Initial physical fitness battery; Successful completion of an NGA accepted police academy.
PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Ability for rapid mental and muscular coordination simultaneously; Ability to distinguish basic colors; Ability to wear a respirator or other chemical protective mask; Both legs required; Climbing, use of legs and arms; Crawling; Good near and far vision; Hearing (aid permitted); Heavy carrying, 45 pounds and over; Heavy lifting, 45 pounds and over; Kneeling; Must pass a drug test; Must pass a physical exam; Prolonged periods of standing; Pulling hand over hand; Pushing; Reaching above shoulder; Repeated bending; Straight pulling; Use of fingers; Use of hands.
ENVIRONMENTAL REQUIREMENT: Working outside and inside; Working in excessive heat; Working in excessive cold; Exposure to fumes, smoke, or gases.
DESIRABLE QUALIFICATION CRITERIA: In addition to the mandatory qualifications, experience in the following is desired:
1) Demonstrate ability to Identify, develop, prioritize, and satisfy tasks within schedule or timeline.
2) Planning, scheduling, organizing and proper use of delegation to accomplish work assignments and training.
3) Knowledge of and the ability to interpret the application of Federal laws, Department of Defense (DoD) and NGA regulations, policy, directives, and procedures governing law enforcement, physical security, force protection, anti-terrorism and emergency response activities and techniques, as well as an understanding of federal, state and local Criminal Codes in an environment where requirements frequently change.
4) Ability to interpret complex strategy and policy problems by applying expert knowledge of policy, strategy and programs to solve problems.
5) Completion of a Senior Command School such as the FBI National Academy, Northwestern University School of Police Staff and Command, Southern Police Institute, or the FBI National Executive Institute (NEI).
6) Knowledge of the budget management process (i.e., forecasting and developing fiscal requirements, resourcing, equipment needs, training, personnel, etc.).
- Direct Deposit Required
- Two Year Probationary Period
- U.S. Citizenship Required
- Position Subject to Drug Testing
- Security Clearance Required
- Top Secret
- Sensitive Compartmented Information
- Polygraph Test Required
You must be able to obtain and retain a Top Secret security clearance with access to Sensitive Compartmented Information. In addition, you are subject to a Counterintelligence Polygraph examination in order to maintain access to Top Secret information. All employees are subject to a periodic examination on a random basis in order to determine continued eligibility. Refusal to take the examination may result in denial of access to Top Secret information, SAP, and/or unescorted access to SCIFs.
Employees with SCI access and who are under NGA cognizance are required to submit a Security Financial Disclosure Report, SF-714, on an annual basis in order to determine continued eligibility. Failure to comply may negatively impact continued access to Top Secret information, Information Systems, SAP, and/or unescorted access to SCIFs.
NGA utilizes all processes and procedures of the Defense Civilian Intelligence Personnel System (DCIPS). Non-executive NGA employees are assigned to five distinct pay bands based on the type and scope of work performed. The employee's base salary is established within their assigned pay band based on their unique qualifications. A performance pay process is conducted each year to determine a potential base pay salary increase and/or bonus. An employee's annual performance evaluation is a key factor in the performance pay process. Employees on term or temporary appointments are not eligible to apply for internal assignment opportunity notices.
This position is a DCIPS position in the Excepted Service under 10 U.S.C. 1601. DoD Components with DCIPS positions apply Veterans' Preference to preference eligible candidates as defined by Section 2108 of Title 5 USC, in accordance with the procedures provided in DoD Instruction 1400.25, Volume 2005, DCIPS Employment and Placement. If you are an external applicant claiming veterans' preference, as defined by Section 2108 of Title 5 U.S.C., you must self-identify your eligibility in our ERecruit application.
This position is funded by the National Intelligence Program (NIP).