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Administrative Support Coordinator 3 (BTMT Case Coordinator), Pennsylvania State University

Administrative Support Coordinator 3 (BTMT Case Coordinator) The primary purpose of this position is to administer and coordinate all issues related to the Behavioral Threat Management Team (BTMT). Provide preliminary review of incoming reports for threats and threat level, triage cases to appropriate offices on campus. Receive and respond to BTMT referrals from community members and provide basic information back to reporter about threat referrals, process and next steps. Create and update records in BTMT database and maintain official files. Handle confidential and sensitive information with discretion. Provide University Community with basic presentation on BTMT program and resources available. Typically requires an Associate's degree or equivalent plus three years of work related experience, or an equivalent combination of education and experience. In addition to standard background checks, FBI Fingerprinting is required. Apply to job 52518 at http://apptrkr.com/496173 CAMPUS SECURITY CRIME STATISTICS: For more about safety at Penn State, and to review the Annual Security Report which contains information about crime statistics and other safety and security matters, please go to http://www.police.psu.edu/clery/ , which will also provide you with detail on how to request a hard copy of the Annual Security Report. Penn State is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer, and is committed to providing employment opportunities to minorities, women, veterans, disabled individuals, and other protected groups.

Associate Vice President for Public Safety and Chief of Police , Morehouse College

Summary of Responsibilities Direct and coordinate Morehouse College security, safety and protection programs to include traffic control, patrolling of physical property; enforcement of statutes and College regulations, crime prevention and investigation of accidents, injuries and criminal acts. Plan, direct, and coordinate through subordinate level staff, the Police/Safety Departments work plan; assign projects and programmatic areas of responsibility; review and evaluate work methods and procedures; meet with key staff to identify and resolve problems. Spearhead the development, communication and implementation of the strategic plan. Oversee and participate in the development and administration of the department budget; forecast funds needed for staffing, equipment, materials, and supplies; approve expenditures and implement adjustments as necessary. Oversee the acquisition and maintenance of Department equipment and vehicles; maintain safety standards for personnel and equipment. Serve as the critical-incident commander during major emergencies and disasters and serves as key member of the Emergency Response Team. Provide law enforcement advice, support and information to Morehouse administration on policy and procedural changes that affect College/Departmental operation. Establish and maintain effective liaison with local outside law enforcement agencies (ie., Atlanta Police Department, Fulton County Sheriffs Office, GEMA, etc.) Supervise programs to ensure compliance with federal, state, and local laws and regulations such as Cleary Act and Campus Security Act; compile statistical information to be included in the annual security report. Analyze and interpret data to prepare periodic reports detailing work processes required for activities and projects involving campus safety. Prepare and present formal and informal security briefings to members of the College and local community. Hire, train, motivate and evaluate assigned personnel; provide or coordinate staff training; work with employees to correct deficiencies. Carries out personnel management and equal employment opportunity responsibilities including hiring staff, the development of performance standards and evaluation, and other personnel responsibilities for staff and ensures effective utilization of all staff. Delegates authority to subordinate supervisors and holds them accountable for the performance of the organizational units and the best utilization of their staff. Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities The Associate Vice President of Public Safety and Chief of Police will have: " Knowledge of operations, services, and activities of a comprehensive public safety program including law enforcement, crime prevention, emergency medical services, disaster preparedness, and associated programs, services, and operations. " Knowledge of law enforcement theory, principles, and practices and their application to a wide variety of services and programs including investigation and identification, patrol, traffic control, records management, and crime prevention. " Knowledge of principles and practices of disaster preparedness, response, and recovery. " Knowledge of pertinent federal, state, and local laws, codes, and regulations. " The candidate should be well versed in the Clery Act, Campus SaVE Act, and other relevant federal regulations. " Excellent oral and written skills. " Ability to demonstrate a team mentality with a collegial, collaborative and communicative style and ability to exercise sound judgment, display sensitivity, tact and diplomacy. " A reputation for honesty, candor, and high ethical conduct. " Ability to partner with stakeholders and constituents. " Ability to interact and communicate well with individuals at all levels internally and externally. " Ability to effectively use specialized public safety tools and equipment. " Ability to meet the physical requirements necessary to safely and effectively perform the assigned duties. " Knowledge of organizational and management practices as applied to the analysis and evaluation of programs, policies and operational needs. " Ability to resolve problems or issues by gathering and assessing information, taking advice, and using judgment that is consistent with standards, best practices, policies and procedures. Education and Experience " Bachelors Degree from an accredited college or university, Masters Degree preferred, major in Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement related field. " Minimum 10 years of increasingly responsible law enforcement experience including five years of management and supervisory responsibility at the level of Lieutenant or above. " Must possess and maintain valid Georgia P.O.S.T. police officer certifications, or be certified in another jurisdiction and able to promptly apply for certification in Georgia. " Must already be certified as a Georgia police chief or successfully complete next available police chief training as per GA Code Section 35-8-20.1. " Applicants will be required to successfully pass a Background Check which may include one or all of the following: Personnel History Questionnaire, Structured Oral Interview, Polygraph Examination, Finger Print Check, Drug Screen, Credit/Civil Check, Criminal History and Driving Infractions Check, Reference Checks, and Post-Conditional Offer Pre-Placement Physical, and Psychological Examination. " Must already have or be able to secure a valid driver's license from the State of Georgia within thirty (30) days of employment. " Specialized training such as that offered by the F. B. I. National Academy, Police Executive Leadership Institute, Certified Law Enforcement Executive Institute, Northwestern University Command School and/or Southern Police Institute, is also preferred. " Demonstrated leadership experience. Procedure for Candidacy Inquiries, nominations, and applications are invited. Candidates should provide a resume, a letter of application that addresses the specific responsibilities and requirements described in the position specification, and the names and contacts of five references. The materials should be sent electronically via email to policechiefsearch@morehouse.edu. Incomplete applications may disqualify individuals from an interview. Applications will be reviewed beginning immediately and continue until the position is filled. Questions or other inquiries may be directed to Tyra Smith, Associate Vice President for Human Resources by email at tyra.smith@morehouse.edu or by telephone at 404.215.2656.

Associate Vice President of Security, Campus Safety and Security, Columbia College Chicago

Columbia College Chicago is an urban institution of approximately 10,000 undergraduate and graduate students emphasizing arts, media, and communications in a liberal arts setting.

Job Summary

Posting ID: 900117

The Associate Vice President, Campus Safety and Security (AVP), a critical and high-profile position, administers the Columbia College Chicago Security and Safety Programs. This position requires a broad range of experience, high-energy and the ability to be hands-on. Position requires experience not only with Campus Safety and Security but also requires experience with Emergency Management, Environmental Health and Safety, Executive/VIP Protection, International Travel Safety, Event Management Security, Strategic and Operational Planning, Security Systems Design/Management and Maintenance, Risk Mitigation, and Public Safety in an Urban College environment. The AVP works closely with administrators, academic leaders, faculty, students and external partners to further develop and manage these programs in compliance with local, state and federal laws (i.e. OSHA, FERPA, Clery Act). The AVP reports to the Vice President, Campus Environment.

Duties & Responsibilities

Emergency Management

  • Responsible for the Columbia College Emergency Plan, including updating and ensuring training and readiness for activation and appropriate response management of all Emergency Management team members
  • Serves as the Task Force Leader for the Incident Assessment Task Force
  • Serves as liaison to the Emergency Policy Group in the absence of the VP of Campus Environment
  • Serves as the Director of the Campus Emergency Operations Center.

Environmental Health and Safety

  • Administers the Campus Environmental Health and Safety Program
  • Supervises the activities of the Environmental Health and Safety Coordinator (Certified Safety Professional, CSP).

Strategic and Operational Planning

  • Develops and communicates the strategic safety and security plan and objectives for the Campus Safety and Security Department
  • Continually assesses the Department of Campus Safety and Security personnel deployment and investigative procedures to ensure optimal security program effectiveness
  • Responsible for the Campus Safety and Security operational and capital budgets and processes
  • Serves as subject matter expert to the Crisis Communications Team and the Business Continuity initiative
  • Responsible for overall management of the Security Service Contract, including development of Requests for Proposals, bid analysis, etc.

International Travel Security Protocols

  • Administers the security/risk management component for all Columbia College Chicago overseas travel, involving staff and faculty, as well as those students participating in the Study Abroad program
  • Administers the contracted iJet travel partnership program.

Event Management & VIP Security

  • Works with appropriate college departments to ensure that all events, particularly major events, to ensure that events are successful, safe and secure
  • Serves as liaison with the Office of Emergency Management for the City of Chicago for contracted Traffic Management Aids (TMAs) for major events
  • Serves as liaison for the use of contracted off-duty sworn police officers to assist in major events
  • Serves as protection "detail leader" for visiting high profile dignitaries to the Columbia College campus
  • Serves as liaison with Federal, State and local law enforcement protective details for high profile dignitary visits to the college, as well as, major city-wide events, e.g. NATO summit, etc.

Technical Security Systems Design and Maintenance

  • Manages the comprehensive technical Security Management System (SMS) that resides in the Campus Safety and Security Command Center
  • Subject matter expert to the AVP of Facilities and Construct for all remodeling and new construction projects, requiring security system design and installation.

Compliance

  • Ensures compliance with Federal, State and Local requirements applicable to Higher Education, including, The Clery Act, OSHA, HEOA, FERPA and all related fire safety training, drills and reporting requirements.

Qualifications

Education: Graduation from an accredited college or university with a Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice, Public or Business Administration, or a related field required. Master's Degree is highly preferred. In lieu of a BA or MA, a combination of any higher education (AA, BA, MA,) and required experience will also be considered.

Experience: A minimum of ten (10) years or more of progressively responsible management experience in higher education security management, corporate security, or law enforcement. A combination of diverse experience is most desirable. Experience and abilities must include the following:

Skills and Abilities:

  • Skills and abilities to develop and manage the Safety and Security Program that meet service level requirements and support the mission of the college.
  • Management skills for defining and overseeing the responsibilities and accountability of all subordinate staff/managers.
  • Ability to exercise good judgment in evaluating situations and making decisions
  • Understanding of urban campus environments and multiple use buildings including classrooms, performing arts venues, studio spaces, residential halls and offices.
  • Understanding of community policing approach to providing security and rule enforcement to an academic community in which security leadership is a respected member of the community and security and safety are core values.
  • Proven oral and written communication skills, as well proficiency in preparing and leading discussions and presentations with executive and senior management.
  • Ability to provide positive and motivational leadership to Safety and Security Office staff and college groups who will work with the Campus Safety and Security Office.
  • Ability to be an effective facilitator who can lead critical analysis of existing processes, resolve conflicts and can assist those involved in formulating recommendations for improvement without alienating others.

Association Status: This is a non-union position.

To view the complete job description and apply, please visit www.colum.edu/EmploymentServices (Job ID 900117).
Application Guidelines:

Please submit cover letter, resume, and the names and contact information for three professional references as ONE document (.doc .docx or .pdf) at the start of your application. Have a short title of the document, letter characters only. Upon successful submission, an e-mail notification will be sent to the e-mail provided in your application.

Equal Employment Opportunity

Columbia College Chicago encourages qualified female, LGBTQ, disabled, and minority individuals to apply for all positions.
www.COLUM.edu


BOR Vice President of Public Safety and Emergency Management , CT State Colleges & Universities Board of Regents

BOR Vice President of Public Safety and Emergency Management

 

Open To:                     The Public

Location:                     39 Woodland Street, Hartford, CT

Hours:                          Full-Time, 40 hours/week

Compensation:             MC46 ($146,325 - 176,338 based on experience & training)

Closing Date:              This posting will remain open until filled; a review of applications will begin on September 3, 2014.

 

The Connecticut State College and University System (CSCU) invites candidates who have a comprehensive resume in Public Safety and Emergency Management and can demonstrate exceptional skills and experience in providing both operational and programmatic support to a higher education system of multiple institutions, staff, and students for a broad range of safety and security measures and activities to consider this exciting and challenging opportunity with the CSCU.

The VP for Public Safety and Emergency Management working in collaboration with executive and administrative system offices reports directly to the President of the Board of Regents.

ESSENTIAL REPRESENTATIVE DUTIES INCLUDE:
Manage the delivery of CSCU Public Safety Services across Connecticut State Community Colleges and Universities; responsible for the design and implementation of operational safety and security procedures and practices; develop and administer effective training programs to support the enforcement of systemwide compliance with safety and security procedures; oversee the development and implementation of emergency plans and exercises; assure compliance with Federal, State, and local mandates; assess the impact of legislation and regulation on CSCU campuses and public safety departments; provide state and federal agencies with appropriate documents and support as required; oversee the public safety budget for CSCU and works to secure state and federal grants to improve safety and security of CSCU students and staff; collaborate with System Office Facilities leadership to ensure security and safety matters are addressed in all construction, renovation, and in bond/funding requests.

REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS:
A demonstrated record of integrity, tact and strong leadership, with a career progression of increasing responsibility; knowledge of Connecticut Statutes, Federal, State, and local laws applicable to public safety and police, principles, practices and procedures of public safety and emergency management, public safety service standards, as well as an understanding of current public safety issues and trends in the community; ability to develop and implement effective short and long-range goals and objectives; demonstrated ability to establish and maintain cooperative working relationships with CSCU Board of Regents, college and university leadership, faculty and staff, students, emergency management officials, and the general public; history of effective leadership and supervision of employees within an organization; demonstrated ability to manage the development and implementation of approved practices and procedures while maintaining strict confidentiality of protected or sensitive information; must demonstrate considerable interpersonal skills as well as effective verbal and written communication skills; valid and current Connecticut state drivers license and ability to travel extensively throughout the state.

PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS:
Experience as a public safety administrator working in a higher education environment; Master's Degree from an accredited college or university in areas of criminal justice, business administration, public administration, security management, or a related field of study;  P.O.S.T. certified peace officer in the state of Connecticut; graduation from the FBI National Academy; completion of FEMA training courses on NIMS and incident command systems; Homeland Security training related to domestic and international terrorism.

REQUIRED EXPERIENCE:
A minimum of ten years working in a leadership role in public safety OR a combination of education and relevant experience to total at least ten years, with at least five years in public safety administration or military command with supervisory experience at the executive or senior staff level; substantial experience and involvement in the development of public safety procedural standards, practices, and operations; experience working in complex organizations with multi-agency operations and significant outreach and cross-jurisdictional cooperation.

WORKING CONDITIONS:
This position may require the incumbent to be on 24-hour emergency call; carry a pager or cell phone; work unusual hours on occasion; be exposed to potential danger in emergency situations; and occasionally lift heavy objects.

Application Procedure
Applications must be submitted electronically to jobs@ct.edu .  The applicant review will begin on September 3, 2014.  Please reference Search #14-031 on the subject line of all emails.
Please submit the following two (2) attachments with your email
(1) BOR Employment Application (available at:  http://www.ct.edu/hr/employment) AND
(2) Cover letter, resume, and contact information for three professional references in a single Word or PDF file.
Incomplete or late application packages received after the deadline may be discarded.
Refer to www.ct.edu for more information about the CSCU and our 17 institutions.

Notice of Nondiscrimination:
The Board of Regents for Higher Education does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religious creed, age, gender, gender identity or expression, national origin, marital status, ancestry, present or past history of intellectual disability, learning disability or physical disability, veteran status, sexual orientation, transgender status, genetic information or criminal record.  The following person has been designated to handle inquiries regarding the non-discrimination policies:  Leah Glende, Manager of Diversity and Inclusion, 61 Woodland Street, Hartford, CT 06105, 860-723-0794 or by email at glendel@ct.edu.

The Board of Regents for Higher Education is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer and strongly encourages the applications of women, minorities, persons with disabilities, and veterans.


Chief of Police / Public Safety Director , University of Utah

Chief of Police / Public Safety Director Responsible leadership role over Public Safety for certified Police Officer with eight or more years of police operations management experience. Will develop, implement, and manage policies and programs for campus safety and crime reduction, campus police services, security, law enforcement programs, police service planning, organizational development, and community relations. Ensures continuity and quality customer service between University departments and community. This is an appointed position serving at the pleasure of the administration. THE DEPARTMENT: Our police officers patrol the campus 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, and conduct follow up investigations on hundreds of cases each year. They provide any law enforcement related services needed on campus. Our officers are fully certified Utah state police officers. The department maintains a 24 hour e911 answering point for campus emergencies, and is the alarm answering point for hundreds of campus alarms annually. Calls for police or security service are answered by our dispatch office, which is always staffed and ready to respond to requests for help or service. University of Utah Job ID# PRN06556B COMPENSATION: This is a senior-level position in the administration reporting directly to the University's Chief Business Officer. Therefore, salary will be commensurate with experience and qualifications. Strong benefit package including tuition reduction program, retirement and health plan options. RESPONSIBILITIES: Responsible for planning, organizing, directing and coordinating public safety activities and operations for the University of Utah in conjunction with the Chief Business Officer and/or law enforcement officials in concurrent jurisdictions. Maintains liaison with the University community. Directs the management of sworn police, security, and civilian personnel. Oversees all aspects of human resource management including recruitment and retention of assigned staff. Develops departmental budgets. Ensures compliance with federal mandates such as the Jeanne Clery Campus Security Act and DNV security standards. May also oversee Emergency Management functions. Facilitates cooperative and collaborative community and institutional relationships with Federal, State, City, and County law enforcement agencies to expedite mutual efforts to resolve issues that cross jurisdictions. Ensures an open and cooperative working relationship by Public Safety with all campus departments and organizations and supports inclusivity and equity with the diverse faculty, staff, and students of the University community. QUALIFICATIONS: Bachelors Degree, preferably in Police Science, Sociology, Psychology, Management, or a related area, and Police Academy Category 1 Police Officer certification, or certification eligibility, is required. Eight or more years of police management operations experience at the Sergeant level or above desired. Administrative background in making departmental policies and decisions; experience working with Federal, State and Local law enforcement; a working knowledge of criminal and civil law; experience dealing with and leading emergency management operations; and demonstrated effective human relations, communications, and leadership skills essential. PREFERENCES: University police management experience. Masters Degree in Criminology, Police Science, Public Administration, Management, Sociology, Psychology, or related field. A management background in hospital, police, and security operations. TO APPLY, VISIT: http://utah.peopleadmin.com/postings/34717 EQUAL EMPLOYMENT OPPORTUNITY The University of Utah is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer. Upon request, reasonable accommodations in the application process will be provided to individuals with disabilities. Please contact the Office of Equal Opportunity and Affirmative Action, 201 S. Presidents Cr., Rm 135, (801) 581-8365 (V/TDD), for further information or to request an accommodation. The University of Utah is committed to diversity in its workforce. Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Clery Act Compliance Coordinator, Claremont University Consortium

The Clery Act Compliance Coordinator works collaboratively with various offices at The Claremont Colleges (TCC), comprised of Pomona College, Claremont Graduate University, Scripps College, Claremont McKenna College, Harvey Mudd College, Pitzer College, and Keck Graduate Institute, Claremont University Consortium staff designated as Campus Security Authorities and Campus Safety staff to ensure they comply with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act and associated regulations. Required Education: * Bachelors Degree or relevant work experience Required Education: * Demonstrated experience with the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act) Preferred Experience: * Two-three years experience in a residential college or university setting and experience in police/campus safety records management Apply Here: http://www.Click2Apply.net/gkscvfj

Deputy Chief, University of Washington Police Department

The University of Washington (UW) is proud to be one of the nations premier educational and research institutions. Our people are the most important asset in our pursuit of achieving excellence in education, research, and community service. Our staff not only enjoy outstanding benefits and professional growth opportunities, but also an environment noted for diversity, community involvement, intellectual excitement, artistic pursuits, and natural beauty. Safeguarding the academic community with P.R.I.D.E. Our Mission The University of Washington Police Department actively collaborates with our community to create a safe and secure campus through education, problem solving and enforcement. We use innovative practices, continuing training and partnerships to provide professional public safety services, thereby reducing crime and the fear of crime. In doing so, we foster and maintain an environment that supports the well-being of our students, staff, faculty and visitors. Our Vision The University of Washington Police Department aspires to be a world leader in innovative campus public safety practices. Our commitment to excellence supports the campus communitys pursuit of academic and research goals in an environment free of crime and the fear of crime. Our Values The University of Washington Police Department is a team of full-time and part-time commissioned, civilian & volunteer personnel dedicated to ensuring the safety and security of the University of Washington campus. We are committed to the highest standards of professionalism and ethical behavior, and we conduct ourselves with P.R.I.D.E. in all we do. We have an outstanding opportunity for a Deputy Chief to assist and collaborate with the Chief of Police and Command Staff in managing the departments operations to provide effective and efficient law enforcement services to the citizens of the University of Washington, and to be responsible for the Operations Division, which includes Patrol Bureau, Administrative Services Bureau and Criminal Investigations Bureau; responsible for continuous enforcement of laws and ordinances, the protection of life and property, and the preservation of peace within the University community. The Deputy Chief will serve as second in command of the Police Department and will assume command of the Department in the absence of the Chief. Plans, directs and manages the Operations Division to include Patrol, Administrative Services, and Criminal Investigations, and provides management oversight for the department in the absence of the Chief of Police. Evaluates subordinate performance; participates in personnel actions such as appointments, promotions, demotions, discipline and scheduling; reviews crime trends; directs the development of personnel assigned to the Operations Division. Monitors department police operations by attending various meetings, observational review of subordinates, regularly review of schedules, timesheets, criminal reports, operational reports and other department activity reports for quality and approval. Participate in labor/management negotiations. Assist Chief and Major in the development and control of the annual budget proposal in formulation and implementing police policy, procedures, rules, regulations and programs. Fosters communications and cooperation with other law enforcement agencies, departments and personnel. Participate in administrative on-call rotation and respond to scenes of major crimes, emergency situations or other critical incidents, providing support or direction of activities as necessary. Supervision is exercised over the Operations Division, which includes Patrol, Criminal Investigations, and Administrative Services, and over entire department in the absence of the Chief. REQUIREMENTS: Successful graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Police Science, Public Administration or a related field. Minimum nine (9) years experience in progressively responsible law enforcement work, including considerable experience in a supervisor capacity in supervision and administration. Must show a demonstrated interest in self-improvement by taking advantage of educational opportunities in new laws and innovations in law enforcement. Must possess a thorough knowledge of the principles and procedures of modern police science and administration. Must possess a thorough knowledge of all applicable local, state and federal laws. Must possess demonstrated ability to plan, coordinate, assign and supervise the work of a large number of subordinates engaged in a variety of police and related activities. Demonstrated ability to adapt to change with ease and readily identify creative alternative solutions. Ability to establish and maintain satisfactory working relationships with the public, city officials, governmental authorities and employees. Ability to communicate effectively with a wide range of individuals both written and verbally. Must be a State of Washington commissioned officer or able to obtain commission status within one year of employment. No felony convictions. No convictions for child abuse. No convictions for domestic violence. Equivalent education/experience will substitute for all minimum qualifications except when there are legal requirements, such as a license/certification/registration. DESIRED: Master's degree, preferred Graduate of the FBI National Academy or similar type executive training program Experience in university policing Knowledge of Clery and Title IX Condition of Employment: Expected to perform the following or it is a critical part of the position: Reading, writing, eye-hand coordination, hearing, talking, seeing (clear vision near and/or far), using the telephone, contact with general public and working inside. ENVIRONMENTAL CONDITIONS: Working inside/outside and working flexible hours, as needed. All candidates will complete a thorough background investigation, to include Polygraph Examination, Psychological Evaluation, and Medical Examination. Appointment to this position is contingent upon obtaining satisfactory results from a criminal background check. As a UW employee, you will enjoy generous benefits and work/life programs. For a complete description of our benefits for this position, please visit our website, click here. APPLICATION AND SELECTION PROCESS Application Deadline: Review of resumes will begin Friday, August 22, 2014, and will continue until position is filled. To ensure consideration, please apply by Monday, August 25, 2014. 1. Apply on-line by the application deadline noted. A complete application includes: a. Copying/pasting an updated, comprehensive resume into your candidate profile; b. Completing the Criminal Conviction and Adverse Finding Disclosure assessment c. Completing the UW Work Authorization assessment d. Completing the Cover Letter and Supplemental Questionnaire Assessment. You will be prompted to copy/paste your responses to the following 5 supplemental questions. Please limit your single-space responses to no more than 1 page per question. In your opinion, what is your biggest concern in managing a university police department the size of the University of Washington Police Department? What problems can you anticipate facing the position of Deputy Police Chief at the University Washington Police Department and explain how you will overcome them? By this point in your career, you have undoubtedly experienced many styles of leadership from many different leaders. Please compare and contrast the leadership styles that you found beneficial and the leadership styles that you found to be ineffective. Please explain your own predominant style of leadership. Finally, be sure to use examples to illustrate your style of leadership. Please describe a recent experience in developing and implementing departmental goals, objectives, policies and priorities. Please describe a recent example which illustrates your ability to effect a major change within an organization and also build the morale of the officers/employees within your organization. Describe one recent significant accomplishment, achievement, and/or program you have implemented which was innovative, proactive, and/or a difference maker in the organization where you currently or previously have worked. What made this accomplishment, achievement or program so meaningful? Describe the significance of what you did. The application process for this position includes completing an on-line cover letter and supplemental questionnaire assessment as well as other assessments to obtain additional information that will be used in the evaluation process. The assessments will appear on your screen for you to complete as soon as you select "Apply to this Position" on this job announcement. Once you begin an assessment, it must be completed at that time; if you do not complete the assessment, you will be prompted to do so the next time you access your My Jobs page. Please note that your application will not be reviewed, and you will not be considered for this position until all required assessments have been completed. 2. Oral Boards: Those who meet the qualifications will be contacted by email after the application deadline. Applicants who meet the minimum qualifications may be invited to participate in Oral boards, a structured panel interview. 3. Finalists will be invited to campus to participate in additional interviews along with an interview with the Chief of Police. 4. Additional Selection Steps: A thorough background investigation will be conducted, if necessary. A Personal History Statement will be forwarded to you for completion. 5. Following a successful on-campus interview, additional steps for candidates may include: " Conditional Offer of Employment " Polygraph Examination " Extensive Background Investigation " Psychological Evaluation " Medical Examination The University of Washington is a leader in environmental stewardship & sustainability, and committed to becoming climate neutral. The University of Washington is a leader in environmental stewardship & sustainability, and committed to becoming climate neutral. The University of Washington is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. To request disability accommodation in the application process, contact the Disability Services Office at 206-543-6450 / 206-543-6452 (tty) or dso@uw.edu. Apply for this job at www.uw.edu/jobs

Deputy Director, Public Safety/Operations, Tufts University

Please apply online at www.Tufts.edu in the Jobs section.  Position #14000679

Department Summary:
The department exists to support the goals of the university - teaching, research and patient care - by fostering a safe and secure environment in which members of the Tufts community can learn, work and live. Whereas safety and security is a responsibility shared by the whole community, the mission is achieved by applying leadership and our unique expertise to partnerships designed to prevent loss, reduce harm, and solve problems.

Job Summary:
The Deputy Director, Public Safety/Operations creates, initiates, and/or leads and manages university wide projects designed to fulfill the goals and objectives of the Department of Public and Environmental Safety (DPES); mentors assigned personnel in meeting or exceeding the Tufts leadership and organizational competencies; assists in creating, communicating and adjusting DPES’s strategic plan; establishes and manages team based projects to implement the strategic plan; at planned intervals, gathers and assesses data and information used to inform the strategic plan, updating the plan based on data; uses data and information to set goals and objectives and to inform policy, improve performance, and to transition DPES to a data driven, community based organization.  In his absence or as assigned, represent the Director throughout the university at the executive level; fulfill other duties as assigned.

The Deputy Director Public Safety/Operations provides change leadership and management expertise for DPES Administrative Services and University Police; provides leadership for the expansion of Administrative Services into fleet management, parking, transportation and risk reduction for operators of university vehicles; provides leadership and sustained focus on the department’s diversity goals; in partnership with the Director provides the leadership to make prevention the focus of department operations, accompanied by an institutionalization of the philosophy and operational model of team based community policing, focusing on the prevention of crime through data driven strategies and tactics designed to solve problems in partnership with the university community.  The Deputy Director/Operations interacts with executives, management and staff at all levels as a facilitator, influencer and leader of change.

Required Qualifications:

  • A minimum of 10 years of experience in a public safety organization, with a record of progression to increasing levels of responsibility, at least three years of which must be in a senior leadership position.
  • An earned Bachelor’s degree from an accredited institution of higher education.
  • Demonstrated success in leading change management efforts preferably using the project management body of knowledge.
  • Demonstrated success in working in partnership with a broad array of stakeholders to create, implement or change programs, policies and/or procedures, etc.
  • Demonstrated and on-going self-initiated history of professional development.
  • Public speaking and presentation skills.
  • Strong writing and business case development skills.
  • A current and valid motor vehicle operator’s license or the ability to obtain one.
  • Knowledgeable of systems administration, building automation systems, communications platforms, relational databases, information assurance, proficient in use of Microsoft Office suite of business productivity software.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Master’s degree in Public Administration, Business Management, or a related field desirable.
  • Ability to be certified as a sworn police officer in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts.
  • Advanced public speaking and presentation skills.

An employee in this position must complete all appropriate background checks at the time of hire, promotion, or transfer.

Tufts University is an AA/EO employer and actively seeks candidates from diverse backgrounds. Please see the Tufts University non-discrimination statement at http://oeo.tufts.edu/non-discrimination-statement/


Director of Parking and Transportation, Georgia Regents University

Minimum Requirements Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in business, management, finance, logistics, or related field and a minimum of seven years' experience in parking/transportation/traffic related field Prior experience in management at a major university and/or hospital, or similar experience in a corporate environment Knowledge of parking and transit operations and issues Prior experience in implementing technology enhancements such as, gate access, deck occupancy information systems, license plate recognition technology Ability to formulate and manage the implementation of University-wide policies while managing a variety of stakeholders and opposing viewpoints Demonstrated record of innovation and accomplishment in solving complex parking and transportation challenges through new programs, policies, technology, capital projects, etc. Ability to forge cooperative relationships with peer departments to resolve mutual problems and complete projects Strong leadership skills to set department goals, encourage teamwork, and motivate and retain staff Ability to create a positive culture that promotes innovation and success; manage up, down, and laterally within the institution Proficient in Microsoft Word, Excel, and other computer software systems Responsibilities Reporting to Auxiliary Administration, this newly created position is responsible for providing strong leadership, vision, planning, direction and management for the Department of Parking and Transportation for Georgia Regents University and Health System. The Director of Parking and Transportation will direct, administer, and coordinate parking and transportation services across a complex university and health system environment. The Director of Parking and Transportation will develop long-range plans and address short-term needs, while providing oversight for planning, scheduling, financial management, budget, employee and labor relations, transit routing, and meeting capital requirements for transportation and parking services. Responsible for the preparation of proposals and presentation of plans to create and promote a comprehensive and consolidated operation, evaluation and analysis of University transit needs, evaluation and recommendation of policies and procedures for transportation service delivery and parking services. The duties include, but are not limited to: providing administrative oversight to the Parking and Transportation Services operations, service programs, personnel administration, and fiscal management; acting as a champion for Parking and Transportation across the Georgia Regents University (GRU) enterprise; management of office staff (25); overseeing the management of an annual budget of $2.5 million; managing the operation of the Jaguar Express and Med Express shuttle system; coordinating processes supporting the development, implementation and maintenance of Transportation (Shuttle) Management system to include GPS tracking, patron notifications, patient counts, etc.; overseeing management and operation of parking spaces in multiple lots and six (6) parking decks; developing and administering parking and transportation programs and policies; establishing fair and workable policies in relation to parking permits and the allocation of parking spaces to the entire GRU/GRHealth community; serving on planning teams for new and renovated campus facilities and major events; representing the University's parking and transportation systems and services to other university departments, upper management, students, and the community; serving as spokesperson in meetings and with the press; ensuring professional conduct/demeanor and excellent customer service in all aspects of the business, retail transactions, parking and transit services, alternative transportation services, and campus planning. Shift/Salary Shift: Days/M-F Salary: $64,553/Annual - $87,147/Annual Salary to be commensurate with qualifications and experience of candidate Pay Grade: 22 Recruitment Period: 7/28/2014 - Until Filled Other Information This position is also responsible for promoting a customer friendly environment and providing superior service to our patients, students, faculty, and employees. "Georgia Regents University of Augusta is a patient-and family-centered care institution, where employees partner everyday with patients and families for success." Georgia Regents University of Augusta is a tobacco free environment and the use of any tobacco products on any part of the campus, both inside and outside, is strictly prohibited. Equal Employment Opportunity Georgia Regents University of Augusta is an equal employment, equal access, and equal educational opportunity and affirmative action institution. It is the policy of the University to recruit, hire, train, promote and educate persons without regard to age, disability, gender, national origin, race, religion, sexual orientation or veteran status. Conditions of Employment All candidates are required to successfully pass a Background Check review. For specific positions, the final candidate may be subject to a (pre-employment) credit check. Credit Check This position will require the acquisition of a P-Card and/or handle cash, credit or other sensitive information and will require a satisfactory Consumer Credit check as a condition of employment.

Director, Safety & Security (Chief of Police), University of North Florida

The Director Safety & Security, under the direction of a Vice President or above, provides leadership and guidance for a university department. Serves as the Chief Executive and Administrative Officer for the Police Department. Responsible for the overall direction of the University Police Department, including fiscal/budget management. Responsible for planning, developing and implementing campus safety, security and law enforcement functions, directing investigations of crimes and other offenses, special events management, crime prevention programs, officer training and professional development, and serves as coordinator for the grievance process. Design and implement departmental strategies and objectives to ensure departmental goals are met. Develop and/or supervise the implementation of programs, policies and procedures and technology initiatives. Serve in an advisory capacity, providing coaching and consultation. Develop proposals, recommendations and reports for senior leadership. Collaborate with senior leaders to integrate departmental objectives that impact the university. Receives supervision related to carrying out of University Policy and Public Safety procedures. Responsible for maintaining the accreditation standards as set forth by the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation, Inc. (CFA). Demands a high level of competence with respect to all police procedures and policies, effective supervisory skills and sensitivity to human public relations as they relate to the University Police and Public Safety. A high level of professionalism, personal integrity and commitment to the mission of the institution is also required. Exercises high level of discretion and decision making, and has broad authority for making policy and developing plans to accomplish the mission. During declared campus emergencies, this position designated as a Tier 1 respondent, may be required to perform specific job related duties at a designated off campus location or place of residence.

 

Staff include: Associate Director (1), Law Enforcement Lieutenant (2), Law Enforcement Sergeant (5), Law Enforcement Officer (20), Office Manager (1), Communications Manager (1), Police Communications Operator (5), Sr. Police Communications Operator (1), Police Records Clerk (1), OPS Safety Rangers (5).

 

UNF strategically supports an aim to operate as a preeminent, vibrantly inclusive employer in higher education. The successful candidate should demonstrate a capacity to work among diverse constituencies in the immediate university community and beyond. Required Qualifications A Master's degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a directly related area of specialization and six years of experience directly related to the job functions; or a Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a directly related area of specialization and eight years of experience directly related to the job functions.

 

A pre-employment background check is performed on candidates selected for employment. Applications are only accepted through the University Of North Florida's Human Resource page with full details on how to apply for the position: https://www.unfjobs.org/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=296683


Emergency Manager, Wake Forest University

Wake Forest University Emergency Manager Applications accepted online only at: http://bit.ly/1BDh0Pm Summary: The Emergency Manager leads and coordinates emergency management responses and programs. Responsible for all aspects of emergency management and planning to include: mitigation, preparedness, response and recovery. Essential Functions: " Manages the development, implementation, testing, evaluation, and maintenance of the Departments All Hazard Plan and the Wake Forest University Emergency Response Plan in accordance with state and federal regulations. " Leads the Wake Forest University Crisis Management Team. " Represents the departments at meetings in all aspects of emergency preparedness and management. " Responds to emergency incidents, disasters, and operations in the field and participates in the management of those incidents. " Develops and oversees the implementation of programs to educate and raise awareness of University faculty, staff, students and visitors. " Makes presentations to campus groups to provide information on emergency plans and their implementation processes. " Develops programs to encourage compliance with emergency planning. " Performs information collection, risk, and vulnerability analysis of man ­made and natural hazards which may affect the University. " Inspects facilities and equipment to determine their operational and functional capabilities in emergency situations. " Collaborates with campus officials in preparation and analysis of damage assessments following disasters or emergencies. " Performs emergency management support activities using the National Incident Management System (NIMS/ICS) model and conducts appropriate exercises to test the Emergency Management Plan. " Collaborates with local, state, and federal agencies such as FEMA and MEMA and with counterparts at other universities and hospitals to identify and implement best practices for similar processes. " Consults with officials of local governments, hospitals, and other institutions in order to determine capabilities in the event of a natural disaster or other emergency. " Coordinates mutual aid responses and requests. " Applies for federal funding for emergency management-related needs and administers grants. " Ensures proper documentation is kept during emergencies and applies for federal recovery funds when applicable. " Directs and maintains emergency notification systems utilized by Wake Forest University to include but not limited to: Wake Forest University Police Department Communications Center, MIR­3 System, Outdoor Notification System, Wake Alert and other systems. " Manages and conducts emergency management training. " Prepares the budget for the Emergency Management Office; assists in budget implementation; participates in the forecast of funds needed for equipment, materials, staffing, and supplies; administers the approved budget. " Subject to call back to campus in the event of an emergency. " Performs other related duties as assigned. Minimum Qualifications: Bachelors degree and a minimum of 5 years of demonstrated professional level experience in institutions of higher education, hospitals or large organizations with focus on emergency management strategies and techniques, and policy development. A bachelors degree in emergency management, public administration, planning, or a closely related field is preferred. Preference given to candidates with at least one of the following: Federal Emergency Management Agency (FEMA) Professional Development Series (PDS) Certificate*, International Association of Emergency Managers (IAEM), Certified Emergency Manager (CEM), or Associate Emergency Manager (AEM). Knowledge, Skills, Abilities: " Ability to maintain a high level awareness of Emergency Management and related technologies, standards, processes, and procedures. " Ability to maintain a high level of institutional confidentiality. " Knowledge and proficiency in the principles and practices of current emergency planning, training, management, and policy development / implementation. " Knowledge of principles and methods for curriculum and training design, and teaching and instruction for individuals and groups. " Skilled in the principles and practices of organizational analysis and management. " Ability to develop and implement policy. " Superior organizational, budgeting and project management skills. " Communicates effectively both verbally and in writing. " Ability to work unusual or prolonged hours during emergencies or disasters and during training programs or preparedness exercises. " Knowledgeable in the use of relevant computer systems, software applications, and communications equipment. Supervisory Responsibility: Supervisory responsibility is to direct the Communications Center. Wake Forest seeks to recruit and retain a diverse workforce, and encourages qualified candidates across all group demographics to apply.

Police Officer , University of Minnesota

Required/Preferred Qualifications PLEASE NOTE: The application is the official document used to determine that the applicant meets minimum qualifications to be considered for the position. Therefore, the application must demonstrate the applicant meets all required qualifications. REQUIRED QUALIFICATIONS: A minimum of a two year degree from an education program certified by the Minnesota Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) Board or a two year degree from a non-certified education program plus certification by the Minnesota POST Board. Licensed or eligible to be licensed as a Peace Officer by MN Peace Officers Standards and Training (POST) board by September 15, 2014. Peace Officers from other states must qualify for reciprocity through the POST Board. U.S. citizen; have valid driver's license at time of hire; ability to pass physical agility test; oral interview; pre-employment background investigation, final interview and a psychological and physical exam. Must have ability to learn and navigate a complex campus environment and the surrounding area. Must have ability to demonstrate courageous leadership in adverse, unfamiliar situations. PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Good interpersonal communications skills; demonstrated problem solving ability; demonstrated community and customer focus; bachelors degree; experience in a multicultural community; prior experience in law enforcement agency; volunteer experience; fluency in a second language; experience in a campus law enforcement or a campus security organization. Duties/Responsibilities DUTIES/RESPONSIBILITIES: Patrol assigned area on foot, bicycle, or patrol car while interacting with the community and delivering service (50%) Respond to emergency and non-emergency calls for service (20%) Direct automobile/pedestrian traffic on or near campus (5%) Administer medical treatment when necessary (5%) Issues traffic citations in University area; arrest violators of local ordinances and State and Federal statutes (10%) Works with the University community to increase safety through collaborations, problem solving, and education (5%) Other duties as assigned (5%). Program/Unit Description The UMDPD is a professional police department, dedicated to protecting the people and property of the University of Minnesota Duluth. The UMDPD works to provide a safe environment for the students, staff, faculty, and visitors. The UMDPD is committed to fair, professional, equal service for all and work to maintain a progressive law enforcement organization that embraces the values of the community. Application Instructions Please apply for this position by clicking on "Apply for this Posting." To be considered, all applicants must complete an on-line application, resume and attach a letter of intent of up to one page in length describing why they are interested in working at UMDPD and what qualifications they bring to the role which will enable them to be successful. If you have started receiving retirement annuity payments from the Minnesota State Retirement System (MSRS) or Public Employees Retirement Association (PERA) your eligibility for this position may be impacted. Please contact UMD Human Resources & Equal Opportunity via email to umdjobs@d.umn.edu. ***FINAL JOB OFFER CONTINGENT UPON PASSING COMPLETE BACKGROUND CHECK*** If you need a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application and hiring process, please contact a University of Minnesota Access Consultant at 612-624-3316. ***Smoking and chewing tobacco and the use of electronic cigarettes is prohibited on all UMD property, including indoor facilities, campus grounds and University vehicles.*** Veterans and individuals from underrepresented groups are encouraged to apply. The University of Minnesota is an Equal Opportunity Educator and Employer. Does this position require a background check? Yes Send Link to a Friend : employment.umn.edu/applicants/Central?quickFind=121329 Lieutenant Sean C. Huls #104 University of Minnesota Duluth Police Department 1049 University Drive Suite #287 Duluth, MN 55812 Office: 218-726-8711 Fax: 218-726-6848 email: shuls@d.umn.edu web: www.d.umn.edu/police

Police Officer, University St. Thomas

Department: University Police Supervisor: Chief of Police Location: UST Campus The University of St. Thomas (www.stthom.edu), a private Catholic university committed to the liberal arts and to the religious and intellectual tradition of Catholic higher education, is seeking Police Officers. The purpose of this position is to provide law enforcement service to the University of St. Thomas campus and the surrounding neighborhood. Essential Duties and Responsibilities This job title supports the operations of the University of St. Thomas and its Police Department by fulfilling the following functions: *Patrol campus in radio-equipped vehicle. *Protect life and property against criminal attack and preserve the peace. *Provide protection against harmful acts, both willful and inadvertent of non-criminal as well as criminal class. *Responsible for the security and policing of buildings. *Educate and/or inform students, faculty and staff concerning parking regulations and enforce parking regulations. *Maintain effective relations with faculty, staff, and students. *Regulate vehicles and pedestrians in traffic in order to prevent accidents and congestion. *Provide service to all persons on campus, give information, assist and comfort those in distress. *Cooperate with all local law enforcement agencies, investigate all criminal acts and process the recovery of stolen property. *Arrest offenders in violation of city, state, and federal laws. *Enforce all University regulations. *Write reports on all criminal acts and violations of University regulations and make follow-up reports when required. *Prepare cases for presentation in court and testify as a witness when called. *Complete reports as necessary. *Perform other duties as required. Qualifications and Requirements *Education/License Required: Graduation from an accredited high school or completion of a GED. Associates degree or higher preferred. *Experience: Previous experience in a university police department of similar size is preferred. *Working Conditions: Individuals in this position work inside and outside in all types of weather; are exposed to dirt, dust, noise, fumes, odors, heat, cold, rain, humidity, and sudden temperature changes; frequently are exposed to mechanical hazards, traffic hazards, and bodily injuries; are infrequently exposed to chemical, electronic, and fire hazards, explosives, and contagious diseases. *Knowledge, Skills & Abilities *Knowledge of functions and obligations of law enforcement. *Ability to direct traffic and regulate traffic and parking problems. *Knowledge of the use and care of firearms. *Ability to exercise clear, quick thinking in emergencies. *Demonstrate initiative and good judgment. *Ability to deal with people with a firm and tactful manner. *Ability to meet the public courteously and intelligently. *Ability to write concise, intelligible reports. *Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions. *Knowledge of how to apply first aid. *Ability to cooperate with representatives of other law enforcement agencies. *Ability to maintain effective relations with faculty, staff, and students. *Must be willing to work at night, on weekends, and to report for duty any time an emergency arises. *Must be available to work various shifts with rotating days off. Essential functions or requirements listed above may not be performed in every position with this title, and these essential functions may not include all related duties that might be requested and/or performed. General Requirements *Must not be less than 21 years of age. *Satisfactory results from written test, interview process, background investigation, agility test required. *Must be a licensed Texas Peace Officer. *Must have or obtain a valid Texas motor vehicle operator' s license. *Applicants must be capable of being licensed as a Police Officer by The Texas Commission on Law Enforcement. *Heavy, exerting 50-100 lbs. occasionally, 10-25 lbs. frequently, or up to 10-20 lbs. constantly. *Candidate may be asked to complete a ride along on a patrol shift prior to job offer. *Constantly sits, sees, speaks, and drives. Frequently stands, walks, kneels, crouches, squats, twists body, lifts heavy objects and people; pushes vehicles; and writes by hand. Infrequently crawls, climbs, runs, fights, and wrestles. Vision must be correctable to 20/20. Must have normal hearing. This is a full time, year round, benefit eligible position. To apply, please send a letter of interest with salary requirements and a resume to the email below. Please note incomplete applications will not be considered. recruiting@stthom.edu Human Resources Ref: 1914 University of St. Thomas Houston, TX 77006 The University of St. Thomas is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Title IX Coordinator, Baylor University

Baylor University, a private Christian university and a nationally ranked research institution, provides a vibrant campus community for more than 15,000 students by blending interdisciplinary research with an international reputation for educational excellence and a faculty commitment to teaching and scholarship. Baylor University strives to educate men and women for worldwide leadership and service by integrating academic excellence and Christian commitment within a caring community. The University is located in Waco, Texas, a community-minded and vibrant city of 120,000, and is a 90-minute drive from both Dallas and Austin. The Title IX Coordinator supports the mission of the University by implementing and overseeing Baylors Title IX compliance efforts and by strengthening a culture that supports a safe and respectful learning, working, and living environment, and actively working to create an environment free of unwelcomed conduct of a sexual nature. The position coordinates and executes, in a timely manner, the Universitys response and investigation of alleged violations of Title IX, including the implementation of formal and informal resolution procedures in accordance with regulatory requirements of the University. The Coordinator meets with complainants to provide information regarding resources and reporting, and resolution options based on the nature of the complaint. The Coordinator oversees Title IX investigations, ensures a prompt and equitable resolution of grievances, and compiles/reviews records regarding complaints of sexual misconductincluding the number, nature, and disposition of complaints filed. More broadly, the Coordinator develops, implements, and manages the Universitys Title IX program, including policies, procedures, training programs, and risk assessment plans. The Coordinator shapes training programs that target a variety of campus populations including students, faculty, staff with responsibilities in resolving Title IX complaints, individuals with supervisory responsibilities, and individuals whose day-to-day responsibilities involve working closely with students. It is expected that the Coordinator will carry out a robust communication strategy (in-person, electronic, print, and web-based) regarding resources and educational materials. The Coordinator regularly attends Title IX educational programs to ensure Baylor maintains compliance with current investigative, resolution, and reporting standards, and continuously identifies and integrates best practices as related to Title IX processes. The position reports to the Vice President of Governance and Risk/Chief Compliance Officer. Minimum qualifications include a masters degree (J.D. preferred), and three years experience with sexual violence prevention/investigation are required. The successful candidate will also demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and the ability to manage sensitive and confidential information/communication; strong presentation and facilitation skills with an emphasis on education and training for a variety of constituencies; effective project management, organizational, and analytical skills; ability to use discretion and good judgment, maintain confidentiality, and work under multiple deadlines; ability to foster positive relationships with diverse constituencies; and an appreciation of the values inherent in a Christian University. Review of applications will begin on September 5, 2014, and will continue until the position is filled. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the SJG website at www.spelmanandjohnson.com under the link Current Searches. Nominations for this position may be emailed to Peter Rosenberg at pwr@sjgsearch.com. SJG  The Spelman & Johnson Group Baylor University  Title IX Coordinator Peter W. Rosenberg, Senior Associate Visit the Baylor University website at www.baylor.edu Baylor University is a private not-for-profit university affiliated with the Baptist General Convention of Texas. As an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity employer, Baylor is committed to compliance with all applicable anti-discrimination laws, including those regarding age, race, color, sex, national origin, marital status, pregnancy status, military service, genetic information, and disability. As a religious educational institution, Baylor is lawfully permitted to consider an applicants religion as selection criteria. Baylor encourages women, minorities, veterans and individuals with disabilities to apply.

Transportation/Fleet Manager, Public Safety Services , Tufts University

Transportation/Fleet Manager, Public Safety Services at Tufts University, Medford MA *Please apply online at www.Tufts.edu in the Jobs section. Position #14000680 Department Summary: The department exists to support the goals of the university - teaching, research and patient care - by fostering a safe and secure environment in which members of the Tufts community can learn, work and live. Whereas safety and security is a responsibility shared by the whole community, the mission is achieved by applying leadership and our unique expertise to partnerships designed to prevent loss, reduce harm, and solve problems. Job Summary: Reporting to the Director of Public and Environmental Safety (DPES), the Public Safety Services Program Manager will provide leadership and management for the DPES Administrative Services unit in the areas of policy development and implementation, transportation, fleet management, parking and risk reduction, as well as provide university wide leadership in the areas of Transportation Demand Management (TDM) and sustainability as it relates to the universitys fleet; manage parking resources and the parking management system; administer contracts with third party vendors, including fleet/leasing companies, shuttle bus service providers, etc.; administer the universitys shuttle system; work with the universitys Risk Management office to assure the proper registration of the universitys fleet and the reporting and processing of accident reports and other insurance related matters pertaining to the fleet; reduce risk by assuring and documenting that all operators of university owned or leased vehicles are properly licensed to do so, and have no significant adverse driver or other history; assure that operators of university owned or leased vehicles are properly trained in the operation of the vehicles that they are authorized to operate, including documented practical and written testing; manage the Administrative Services unit budget; develop strategy to produce and deliver marketing materials and outreach programs for internal and external audiences; oversee city and state annual regulatory reporting requirements; serve as the primary contact for outside agencies; participate in local, regional, and national transportation planning and development efforts; work with others university wide to weave the universitys strong commitment to sustainability into the operational model of Administrative Services; in partnership with the universitys Sustainability Program Director, and in compliance with the universitys environmental policy, greenhouse gas reduction commitments and sustainability efforts. The Public Safety Services Program Manager will be responsible for implementing the future University TDM plan which will include efforts to minimize the use of dedicated university single occupant vehicles; support the use of shared vehicles where practical; respond to cost effective innovations in vehicles and fuels; endeavor to make vehicle use as cost effective as possible for the university; encourage the use of public transportation or other travel modes when they are reasonable alternatives to using fleet vehicles; and identify and respond to other university wide transportation-related challenges and/or opportunities for improvement. Required Qualifications: Earned Bachelors degree from an accredited institution of higher education; a minimum of seven (7) years of related experience; successful background in fleet/parking/transportation management with knowledge of marketing, communications and business planning; excellent customer service, problem solving, communications, organizational and analytical skills; demonstrated ability to successfully manage multiple projects simultaneously and meet deadlines; excellent technical skills, including experience with database management and advanced knowledge of the Microsoft Office suit of productivity tools, including Microsoft Word, PowerPoint, Excel, etc.; advanced project management skills, including use of collaborative software to administer and manage large scale projects; advanced critical thinking and reasoning skills; adaptability and a commitment to continuous learning; strong critical judgment and reasoning; a commitment to participatory leadership and management, teamwork and diversity; position requirement includes working some nights and weekends in response to emergencies or in support of major university events; a professional, positive attitude with a successful track record of working collaboratively with diverse populations; and a commitment to the mission of the institution and to the goals of DPES. Preferred Qualifications: Preferred qualifications include a Masters degree in a related field and knowledge of the regional and local transit systems in Massachusetts; knowledge of and experience with transportation demand management. An employee in this position must complete all appropriate background checks at the time of hire, promotion, or transfer. Tufts University is an AA/EO employer and actively seeks candidates from diverse backgrounds. Please see the Tufts University non-discrimination statement at http://oeo.tufts.edu/non-discrimination-statement/