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Police Support Services Manager (id:48165)
ORONO ME 04473
Category: Other
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  Job posted:   Thu May 17, 2018
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Police Support Services Manager (id:48165)
This incumbent assists the Chief of Police in tabulating, coding and reporting of crimes that occur on the University of Maine campus for purposes of Federal, State and Clery Act requirements.
This incumbent will work with the police supervisors to insure accurate reports and keep current with the computer programs that are available to them.
This incumbent assists the Campus community by serving on the Security Committee and is the Department coordinator for the on campus camera system for installation and operation.
This incumbent will be responsible for installing and updating computer programs used by the Police Department employees to insure they are safe and secure.
This incumbent will be responsible for the updating of Social Media and the Department website.
This position is critical to the success of UMaine Police in insuring the safety of the community through the use of community policing best practices.
**The salary for this position is expected to be around $50,000 annually.**
**Essential Duties & Responsibilities**:
1. Serve as the Compliance Officer for all crime reporting programs required by national or state authorities and for the completion of all Clery Act reports.
1. Responsible for department's social media presence, including the UMaine Police website, Facebook and Twitter.
1. Develop, implement and maintain reporting forms and training for UMaine employees to assure quality control of reports in compliance with required programs.
1. Develop, implement and maintain street and building address lists and accomplish liaison with local and county IT personnel to insure Quality Assurance for computer programs.
1. Review all police reports including summonses, for accuracy, quality assurance, and completeness including scoring for all required crime reporting programs. This includes insuring that corrections are made on a timely basis. Also required is the timely delivery of the reports mandated by the Clery Act reporting requirements and to insure the publication of the Annual Security Report to the UMaine Police website and to the Department of Education.
1. Clery campus safety survey administrator, including notifying campus security authorities of their duty to report and online training.
1. Supervise, oversee and directly participate as needed in the development of GIS maps of the University of Maine campus such that they are compatible with the Regional Law Enforcement Computer System. Provide information, in various formats, to be used by the Emergency Management Workgroup and the Emergency Operations Center. Performed as needed.
1. Develop and implement analytical reports to provide measures of Community Policing activities, to identify current and developing trends in criminal activity and to provide direction in how to most effectively address these issues.
1. Is the Local Area Network Manager for the Police Department, insuring the availability of external data networks and computers that are needed for functioning of UM Police Department so that it can accomplish its responsibilities.
1. Local agency liaison with agencies mandating crime reporting.
1. Coordinates with Penobscot Safety Information Management System (PSIMS)-for UMaine Police by performing as the system and department trainer.
1. Agency representative to the PSIMS Administrative Group (PSAG) and representative to the county user group.
1. Maintain premises information in Spillman with UMaine building floor plans and pictures.
1. Troubleshoot computers and mobile terminals to insure proper operation.
1. Webmaster for the UMPD website.
1. Manage UMaine Police anonymous reporting system.
1. Serves on Campus Security Committee and EOC Working Group.
1. Works on maintenance and management of the campus video system.
1. Collects data from reports to perform crime analysis.
1. Develop new and innovative campus crime prevention programs and messaging.
1. Collaborate with marketing and communications on campus safety messaging system administrator.
1. Supervises a student employee under rules of UMaine.
23. Acts as liaison with UMaine System IT Department
**Knowledge, Skills & Qualifications**:
The minimum educational level necessary to perform the essential functions of this job is a four-year degree in computer sciences or a related field (including statistics, sociology, education, business, psychology and criminal justice are appropriate) with additional specialized training preferred. An applicant will also be considered if they can show significant experience with the Uniform Crime Reporting System, the National Incident-Based Reporting System and the Clery Act requirements.
Demonstrated successful supervisory experience is required. Ability to lift up to 35 pounds as personal computers are worked on and exchanged is desirable.
Familiarity with current Microsoft operating systems should be demonstrated as well as with ARC GIS, all Microsoft business software, Cloud Storage, Active Directory and computer programing.
Communication skills, both written and oral, must be demonstrated to be excellent.
The incumbent may supervise student employees as available to the department.
**WORK YEAR: **Full-time, Fiscal
**POSITION TYPE: **On going, base budget
Most of the work done will happen in Police Department facilities Monday through Friday. This position is required to be on call, unless the incumbent is in an approved leave status. This would be in the event of a major incident on campus.
**SCHEDULE FOR EVALUATION: **In accordance with UMPSA agreement.
The finalist for this position must successfully complete criminal, driver's license, psychological, polygraph, and pre-employment background checks.
Materials must be submitted via "Apply For Position". You will need to create a profile and application; upload a cover letter and a resume/curriculum vitae which fully describes your qualifications and experiences with specific reference to the required and preferred qualifications; and provide contact information for three professional references. Incomplete application materials cannot be considered.
Review of applications will begin May 29, 2018. Materials received after that date will be reviewed at the discretion of the University.
The finalist for this position must successfully complete criminal, driver's license, psychological, polygraph, and pre-employment background checks.
All UMS employees are required to comply with applicable policies and procedures, as well as to complete applicable workplace related screenings, and required employee trainings, such as Information Security, Safety Training, Workplace Violence, and Sexual Harassment.
The University of Maine System is an EEO/AA employer, and does not discriminate on the grounds of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, including transgender status and gender expression, national origin, citizenship status, age, disability, genetic information or veteran's status in employment, education, and all other programs and activities. Please contact the Director of Equal Opportunity, 101 N. Stevens Hall, Orono, ME 04469 at 207-581-1226 (voice), TTY 711 (Maine Relay System), or with questions or concerns.
*Position Title:* Police Support Services Manager (id:48165)
*Campus:* Orono
*Department:* Police Department
*Bargaining Unit:* UMPSA
*Salary Band/Wage Band:* 04 $50,000
*Work Schedule:* Full time
*Location:* Orono, ME
*Length:* Fiscal Year (12 Months)
*Required Documents:* Cover Letter, Resume/CV

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