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ICITAP Senior Law Enforcement Advisor 15 - Chief of Operations -Philippines

Description

Under the Dept. of Justice umbrella is the International Criminal Investigative Training and Assistance Program (ICITAP). ICITAP is a law enforcement development organization whose mission is to work with foreign governments to develop effective, professional, and transparent law enforcement capacity that protects human rights, combats corruption, and reduces the threat of transnational crime and terrorism, in support of U.S. foreign policy and national security objectives.

The Chief of Operations maintains ICITAP’s offices at the Philippine National Police Headquarters, Camp Crame, in Quezon City. The position serves as the first point of contact for executive and working levels of the PNP, including the Office of the Chief, the Philippine Public Safety College (including the Office of President) and the Philippine Department of Interior and Local Government. The position is responsible for development, accountability, and deployment of all ICITAP adjunct and contract instructors; coordination of training & development activities with the PNP; accountability of field operations, inventory, and project progress; liaison and coordination with the Philippine National Police Academy, the PNP Training Service, PNP’s Directorate for Human Resources and Doctrine Development, the PNP Directorial Staff, the Philippine Public Safety College, the Philippine Coast Guard, other USG federal agencies, third-party foreign governments, NGOs, and others. It is the primary technical adviser (TA) position within the Philippines program with supervisory oversight of other American TAs and foreign local labor employed staff.

The Chief of Operations will work with other members of the ICITAP team, U.S. military personnel, and be a part of the U.S. Embassy’s country team. Some of the work will require the Chief of Operations to spend significant time in the conflict region of the southern Philippines.
Required Qualifications

Background in U.S. policing as a mid to sr. level official (lieutenant or captain with an agency of at least 400 sworn personnel, or GS-14 position with a Federal law enforcement agency
20 years’ experience in law enforcement specialty course development, presentation and management.
5 years practical experience in the field.
At least two (2) years’ experience working within an Embassy environment
Must have been employed full-time as a member of a U.S. Federal, state, or local law enforcement agency within the past 5 years.
Proven ability to evaluate, develop and implement training plans within established parameters
Must have a current and active Secret Security clearance to be considered for this position
In all cases, educational and senior management requirements may be substituted by additional years of law enforcement experience or overseas development experience

Desired Qualifications

Up to 3 years of experience as a Law Enforcement Training Supervisor or Manager.
Demonstrated ability to work independently and within a group.
Masters’ degree in criminal justice or a related field or FBI National Academy, Northwestern School of Staff and Command or similar law enforcement training.
Demonstrated problem solving skills
Agency:  ICITAP
Location:  Philippines
Salary/Range:  D.O.E
How to Apply:  For more information and/or to apply, please visit: https://careers-engility.icims.com/jobs/39930/icitap-senior-law-enforcement-advisor--15---chief-of-operations--philippines/job?mode=view&mobile=false&width=860&height=500&bga=true&needsRedirect=false&jan1offset=-300&jun1offset=-240
Application Deadline:  3/1/2018

ICITAP Bangladesh Senior LEA-15 Counterterrorism Program ‘Alert List’ Advisor 15- Bangladesh

Description

The Counterterrorism Senior Program ‘Alert List’ Advisor position serves one of the main points of contact for executive and working levels of the Government of Bangladesh (GOB), Bangladesh National Police, including the Office of the Counter-Terrorism and Transnational Crime Unit (CTTCU).

The position is responsible for: the creation and implementation of the CT-ICITAP ‘Alert List’ project; the development, accountability, and deployment of all ICITAP adjunct and contract instructors; coordination of training & development activities with the Bangladesh CTTCU; accountability of field operations, inventory, and project progress; liaison and coordination with other USG federal agencies, third-party foreign governments, NGOs, and others. It is the primary subject matter expert (SME) position within the Bangladesh program with direct supervisory authority over other American TAs, and locally hired Technical Advisors. During the absence of the Program Manager and the Assistant Program Manager, the SME will represent ICITAP in all meetings and functions to include various working groups, and other relevant meetings and events. The SME will work closely with the ICITAP Program Manager, Assistant Program Manager, and the Program Management Specialist.


The GOB-identified law enforcement agency builds a sustainable capacity to maintain an Alert List and utilizes the Alert List for screening at ports and borders. Increase information-sharing and coordination regarding the identification and movement of potential foreign terrorist fighters (FTFs), on an interagency and interstate basis, as well as with international law enforcement organizations. The SME should understand how U.S. watch listing guidance was created to facilitate interagency sharing and guide the watch listing process and what laws support the ability for the U.S. interagency to perform watch listing and screening. The SME should have the ability to apply his/her understanding of the U.S. watch listing process to being relevant and obtainable in Bangladesh.

Duties include but are not limited to:

Serve as one of ICITAP's main points of contact for all levels of the Bangladesh police up to and including the office of the IGP and is one of the principal liaisons between ICITAP & Bangladesh Counter-Terrorism and Transnational Crime Unit (CTTCU).
Develop ‘Alert List’ processes, guidance and standards in accordance with norms of privacy, redress, and data integrity, as well as applicable law.
Plan, develop, and implement programs, policies, and procedures that result in the effective sharing of information across the GOB while protecting intelligence and law enforcement sources and methods, operational equities, and privacy.
Assess, identify, and evaluate the potential impact of obstacles to information flow across the intelligence community (IC) and work with policy analysts and IC partners to develop and implement policy and process improvements.
Plan, identify, and develop effective solutions to intelligence access issues experienced by departments.
Ensure the maximum exchange of information throughout the IC and to non-traditional customers by balancing the responsibility-to-provide principle with the need-to-know standard as defined by existing policies, laws, and regulations.
Plan and direct the negotiation process for defining agreements with other IC and government agencies in support of information sharing; plan, develop, and write Memorandums of Understanding establishing information sharing agreements with these components.
Identify and implement training for screeners and law enforcement on the ‘Alert List’ and screening platform.
Coordinate all ICITAP funded CT/CVE ‘Alert List’ funded projects including, but not limited to; preparation and execution of short-term and long-term training/event schedules.
Coordinate all travel arrangements for a delegation of interagency Bangladesh law enforcement stakeholders to travel to the United States for a study tour, so they can view best practices in developing an ‘Alert List’ and learn how an ‘Alert List’ interacts at U.S. borders and airports.
Research the requirements for a database, software, and network platform for the ‘Alert List’ that can also be used for real-time screening of identities at points of entry.
Shall serve as the secondary point of contact with the Embassy’s Counterterrorism Programs Coordinator, ensuring the Embassy is kept well informed of ICITAP CT/CVE activities and that they continue to conform to the Embassy’s CT/CVE strategy.
Supervise field operations, including supervision of American contractors.
Serve as logistics officer for the ‘Alert List’ project.
Ensure shipping of equipment & training materials where needed; ensure its collection and accountability when activities are accomplished.
Maintain training & equipment records/conduct inventories on all ICITAP equipment.
Development and reproduction/publication of training materials.
Ensure compliance with Leahy vetting/oversight of vetting requests for all ICITAP projects countrywide.
Ensure HQ requirements for course approvals are met in a timely manner.
Handle complaints from all ICITAP instructors, Bangladesh Police personnel & Bangladeshi/ICITAP staff.
Provide necessary documentation to the Bangladesh Police and/or ICITAP to allow instructors & students to attend training sessions.
Conduct meetings with all relevant personnel, whether Bangladeshi or American, for coordination purposes.
Prepare Embassy working group notes, semi-monthly reports & other documents to keep Program Manager and Program Management Specialist apprised of programmatic activities.
Assist other US entities, i.e., FBI, DEA, ATA, PACOM with training needs, foreign travel authority process, etc.
Develop and implement the ICITAP annual training/events calendar.
Responsible for developing power point presentations, hand-outs & class exercises all courses
Assistance to CTTCU in development of their policies & procedures manual/Standard Operating Procedures.
Oversight of negotiating with CTTCU for the acquisition of offices, classrooms, and other facilities required for ICITAP operations.

Required Qualifications

Must hold a current and active Secret Security Clearance to be considered
15 – 20 years of law enforcement experience w/ 5 years or more of senior management experience over a civilian police force or federal law enforcement agency.
Bachelors or master’s degree with 7 -10 years of international criminal justice experience.
Experience as a teacher, trainer or advisor on criminal justice agency development programs to senior management personnel of the host country. Requirement includes experience at state or federal levels on law enforcement/police issues and training/mentoring experience in anti-corruption concerns processes, internal affairs, and problem resolution methodologies.
Ability to establish and manage personnel and budgets

This is an embedded position in country with a 1 year commitment.

In all cases, educational and senior management requirements may be substituted by additional years of law enforcement experience or overseas development experience
Desired Qualifications

Overseas experience is a plus.
Language skills are a plus.
Agency:  ICITAP
Location:  Bangladesh
Salary/Range:  D.O.E
How to Apply:  For more information or to apply, please visit: https://careers-engility.icims.com/jobs/40066/icitap-bangladesh-senior-lea-15-counterterrorism-program-%e2%80%98alert-list%e2%80%99-advisor-15--bangladesh/job
Application Deadline:  3/15/2018

ICITAP Counterterrorism Criminal Justice Advisor/ Coordinator – SOMALIA

Description

The ICITAP program seeks to contract a full time embedded Counter-terrorism Criminal Justice Advisor/ Coordinator, based in Somalia, dedicated to helping design and manage counter-terrorism law enforcement capacity by building programs in Somalia with a view to ensure that the law enforcement capacity building components of such programs are best integrated with the other sectors of the criminal justice system.

Duties include but are not limited to;

Coordinating the program with other U.S. and international donors programs; verifying the implementation of the country program; establishing, collecting, and reporting on metrics, as well as implementing monitoring and evaluation (M&E) tools to better link M&E with strategic planning, budgeting, and program design for the country program.
The candidate is expected to liaise with host nation counterparts on needs and programs, while advising and arranging for the provision of subject matter expertise as required. Weekly, monthly and quarterly reports such as situational reports are required.
The candidate is required to provide analysis of program and recommendations for future programming.
Other duties as assigned.
Educational and senior management requirements may be substituted by additional years of law enforcement experience or overseas development experience

Required Qualifications

Must hold current and active Top Secret Security Clearance Required to be considered
Requires a Bachelors or Master’s degree with 7 -10 years of international criminal justice experience
Requires 15 – 20 years of law enforcement experience w/ 5 years or more of senior management experience over a civilian police force or federal law enforcement agency.
Experience as a teacher, trainer or advisor on criminal justice agency development programs to senior management personnel of the host country.
Requirement includes experience at state or federal levels on law enforcement/police issues.
Demonstrated ability to establish and manage personnel and budgets
6 years + overseas experience working with host nation law enforcement organizations.
Demonstrated ability to cultivate and maintain relationships with key foreign government and law enforcement leaders.
Extensive knowledge of capacity building and training development at all levels of a law enforcement organization.
Extensive background in working criminal and counter-terrorism investigations.
Demonstrated ability to conduct complex risk management assessments and analysis

Desired Qualifications

Experience in East Africa (or Sub-Saharan Africa)
Experience working in a US Embassy
Agency:  ICITAP
Location:  Somalia
Salary/Range:  D.O.E
How to Apply:  For more information or to apply, please visit: https://careers-engility.icims.com/jobs/39766/icitap-counterterrorism-criminal-justice-advisor--coordinator----somalia/job
Application Deadline:  3/15/2018

INVESTIGATIVE SUPERVISOR - DA (GENERAL AND EARLY RETIREMENT)

ABOUT THE POSITION

This position plans, supervises, reviews and evaluates the work of investigative and support staff in the District Attorney's Office; performs advanced and specialized legal investigative work involving the prosecution and disposition of criminal, juvenile, family support and/or other civil matters.

The successful candidate will start at the minimum of the salary range.

Investigative Supervisor-DA (General): $71,406.40 - $110,676.80
Investigative Supervisor-DA (Early Ret): $66,851.20 - $103,625.60

Some positions may be Grant Funded. Grant Funded positions are subject to continuation based on availability of grant funds and the employee will be terminated without right of appeal when such funds are no longer available.

This position is a confidential position and is excluded from membership in the union.

This position is a non-union position and is excluded from membership in the union.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS


MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: INVESTIGATIVE SUPERVISOR - DA (GENERAL)
Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Public Administration or a related field AND five (5) years of full-time experience in performing criminal and/or civil investigations in a public agency or in sworn law enforcement duties including 2 years in a supervisory or lead role OR as an Investigator II with the District Attorney's office. Must possess a valid Nevada State P.O.S.T. Category II (or higher) basic certificate at time of application. Additional years of professional full-time experience performing criminal and/or civil investigations or in sworn law enforcement duties may be substituted for the education on a year-for-year basis up to two years.

MINIMUM REQUIREMENTS: INVESTIGATIVE SUPERVISOR DA (EARLY RET)
Education and Experience: Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Public Administration or a related field AND five (5) years of full-time experience in performing criminal and/or civil investigations in a public agency or in sworn law enforcement duties including 2 years in a supervisory or lead role OR as an Investigator II with the District Attorney's office. Must possess a valid Nevada State P.O.S.T. Category II (or higher) basic certificate at time of application.

Additional years of professional full-time experience performing criminal and/or civil investigations or in sworn law enforcement duties may be substituted for the education on a year-for-year basis up to two years. Must have a minimum of two (2) years prior Police/Fire NV PERS service credit to be eligible for the early retirement option.

Working Conditions: Carry a firearm and obtain and maintain applicable certification.

Licensing and Certification: Must possess a valid Nevada Class C driver's license at time of appointment. Must possess a valid Nevada P.O.S.T. Category II (or higher) certification.

P.O.S.T. Category II (or higher) certification required. Applications submitted without a copy of candidate's P.O.S.T. Category II (or higher) certification are incomplete and will not be considered. Required certifications/licenses may be faxed to (702) 366-2404, or mailed/delivered to Clark County Human Resources, located within the Clark County Government Center at 500 S. Grand Central Parkway, 3rd Floor, Las Vegas, NV 89106.

Candidate's name, recruitment title, and exam number must be clearly written on the submitted documentation.

Background Investigation: Employment is contingent upon the results of a background investigation, which may include both a pre-and post-offer background check for positions within the District Attorney's Office, and a test for controlled substances.

Pre-Employment Drug Testing: Employment is contingent upon the results of a pre-employment drug examination.

EXAMPLES OF DUTIES

Plans, organizes, assigns, supervises, reviews and evaluates the work of investigative and related support staff. Participates in the hiring process. Recommends selection of staff; trains staff in work procedures; administers discipline as required. Conducts and reviews background investigations on job applicants. Conducts investigations and research into internal affairs issues; provides factual information to supervisors. Supervises and personally locates and interviews witnesses, including lay witnesses, professional witnesses, law enforcement personnel, and experts. Gathers confidential information and evidence to be used in preparing and presenting cases in a court of law; testifies in court as required. Participates in and assists local and out-of-state law enforcement and legal prosecution and defense agencies with their investigations centered in the County. Directs the service of subpoenas, summonses, warrants, motions, compelling orders, orders to show cause and other legal documentation. Directs the resolution of warrants through arrest or negotiation and may arrest persons violating court orders, bench warrants or interfering with enforcement of writs. Gathers evidence from crime scenes, victims and witnesses; makes sketches and records and maintains chain of evidence and transports to evidence storage location; takes photographs of crime scene. Provides information to the public over the telephone and in person regarding rules and regulations relating to the investigative area to which assigned. Directs the maintenance of and maintains accurate records of cases and service; prepares investigative and administrative reports as required. Acts as P.O.S.T. Liaison for the department and ensures law enforcement officers maintain compliance with all P.O.S.T. training requirements. Recommends procedural modifications to ensure that activities reflect current law enforcement requirements and office policy and procedure. Uses standard office equipment, including a computer and telephone etc. in the course of the work. Drives a personal or County motor vehicle to visit sites under investigation and transport witnesses, arrestees, and others. May be required to supervise security personnel and be responsible for overall organizational security. Represents agency with community and law enforcement partners as well as has membership in variety of law enforcement associations. Additional duties as assigned.

PHYSICAL DEMANDS

Mobility to work in a typical public safety setting, including stamina to stand and/or walk for an extended period of time, and strength to restrain, arrest and/or remove individuals; vision to use standard office equipment and read printed materials including a computer screen; and hearing and speech to communicate in person or over the telephone. Accommodation may be made for some of these physical demands for otherwise qualified individuals.
Agency:  District Attorney
Location:  Clark County - Las Vegas, NV
Salary/Range:   $66,851.20 - $110,676.80 Annually
How to Apply:  For additional information or to apply, please visit: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/clarkcounty/jobs/1976355/investigative-supervisor-da-general-and-early-retirement
Application Deadline:  3/27/2018
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