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  Employment    May 24, 2015

Employment

JOB ANNOUNCEMENT

IN-SERVICE TRAINING  MANAGER

Qualifications/Requirements
A Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Public Administration or a closely-related field preferred but not required. At least twelve (12) years of previous experience and/or training in a criminal justice agency with a minimum of five (5) years of supervisory/mid-management experience in a criminal justice agency or an equivalent combination of education, training, and expenence.
Special Requirements
Must possess a valid driver's license from state/district ofresidence. Successful candidates must pass a background investigation and complete a one-year probationary period.
General Description of Duties
Under general supervision, the purpose of the position is to develop and oversee all facets of the Academy In-Service training program for all personnel from member law enforcement agencies, ensuring the training needs of all agency personnel are addressed. Employees in this classification perform supervisory and administrative work. Position is responsible for maintaining administrative control of all section processes; supervising personnel; overseeing operational budget; identifying courses and instructors to meet training needs; establishing training calendar; serving as liaison with participating agency training officers. Maintains on-line training calendar. Administers on-line learning system.  Performs related work as required.
Duties and Responsibilities
EXAMPLES  OF ESSENTIAL  FUNCTIONS
Oversees administrative functions of all In-Service operations.

Supervises In-Service Coordinators and administrative assistant; ensures staff and student behavior conforms to Academy standards; reviews completed work of staff; prepares staff performance evaluations; engages in generally accepted managerial techniques. Ensures In­ Service goals and objectives are met. Ensures In-Service courses are of the highest quality available and are conducted as scheduled.

Maintains operational oversight of In-Service operating budget; conducts pre-fiscal year data collection and analysis; determines expenditure patterns and implications for coming year; ensures all courses  and expenses  are realized within budget; maintains  oversight throughout the year  to ensure budget compliance.

Approves courses and instructors to meet training  needs; approves  all courses, instructor­ consultants, and fees; determines where program changes must be  made; establishes on-line training calendar; reviews  and approves all course data; ensures  courses  conform  to  state and Academy mandates;  approves addition or removal  of courses  from  curricula.  Plans all training courses and classes  12-18 months out.

Reviews and approves In-Service lesson plans submitted by adjuncts, member agency officers/deputies and professional consultants to ensure subject matter material is relevant, current and professionally constructed.

Reviews and recommends approval/disapproval of instructor certification applications to ensure they are complete and that they have been properly and thoroughly documented.

Serves as liaison between Academy and agency training officers and area training groups (i.e., COG Training Officers Subcommittee); identifies agency  members with special certifications and talents; provides logistical support for agency members teaching In-Service courses; coordinates all requests from outside agencies for training.

Maintains the online In-Service training calendar/registration  system; prepares and distributes annual needs assessment instrument to member agencies; researches and analyzes agency training needs; prepares  all pre-publication data for input into the training  calendar;  enters data into the computer; establishes programs to meet agency or Academy training needs; researches, constructs, and delivers viable training products; evaluates training courses based on design, construction,  and function.

Uses Internet applications for law enforcement training and research.

Approves  need for consultants;  approves subject areas suitable for training;  r ev i ew s proposals and resumes; interviews vendors and approves vendors who provide training.

Approves  course training dates, fees, and associated costs and pre-presentation  logistics; monitors presentations  for quality, content and student reaction; obtains informal reactions to presentations; reviews  all post-course  student  evaluations  for quality  control;  decides future associations  and/or presentations.

Drafts and promulgates correspondence;  maintains files; drafts and completes accurate reports and analysis as required; responds to subpoenas and other court processes.

Reviews course evaluations; determines areas for program development; develops training goals and objectives. Ensures that the In-Service component complies with existing DCJS and CALEA standards and NVCJTA Directives.

Provides required proofs of compliance from the In-Service component for DCJS and CALEA Certification and Re-Accreditation processes.
 
Oversees and maintains the Academy MILO System; assigns and trains staff to document quality checks of instructor preparations, class presentations, and results on an NVCJTA Instructional  Quality Control Report.
MARGINAL  FUNCTIONS
Ifnecessary provides guided tours as requested. Performs related duties as required.
Salary and Benefits:
The starting salary for this position is $63,139.00, depending on qualifications and experience.

The Academy is generally closed on Mondays and usually follows a four-days-per-week schedule, Tuesday -Friday,  6:00 a.m. -4:30 p.m.

This position offers an extensive benefits package, including comprehensive life and health insurance, vacation and sick leave accrual, and retirement benefits.
Location:
The Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy (NVCJTA) is located in Loudoun County at 45299 Research Place, Ashburn, Virginia 20147-2600.
To Apply:
Please send resumes and cover letters in care of Mr. Albert C. Oglesby, the Accreditation/Curriculum  Manager, at the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy, 45299 Research Place Ashburn, Va. 20147-2600, telephone number (703) 729-4299, extension 118, fax number (703) 729-4634, or e-mail at aoglesby@nvcja.org.

The announcement will be open and resumes and cover letters will be accepted by mail, e-mail, or fax until 12 noon on Friday, May 29, 2015.  Once your resume and cover letter have been received by the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy, you will be notified in writing (please provide an e-mail address).  Ifyou do not receive a return e-mail, please contact Mr. Oglesby.
Reasonable Accommodation:
Applicants with disabilities may request reasonable accommodation during the selection process.  This request should be made in a timely manner to the Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy and may include an alternate format application or other accommodation at the mutual agreement of the Academy and applicant.

The Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy does not discriminate in employment on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age or disability.

All Academy buildings and training facilities are smoke free.
 
AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER

Northern Virginia Criminal Justice Training Academy, 45299 Research Place, Ashburn, Virginia, 20147 (703) 729-4299, Ext. (118).

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