This is a responsible, supervisory position. Duties include: overseeing staff that includes over 170 Adjunct instructors; coordination basic, in-service, specialist, and advanced law enforcement training courses according to guidelines prescribed by the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) and the Law Enforcement Advisory Board (LEAB) of the Alamo Area Council of Governments; monitoring expenditures. Monitors expenditures and budget reconciliations, including making recommendations on equipment and contractual services for building operations. Develops and maintains online training courses, including curriculum development and coordinates adjunct instructors to complete course materials to be uploaded to the online platform. Plans, manages, and oversees graduation ceremonies for the academy. Prepares and submits data for reports to TCOLE, the Office of the Governor, AACOG Annual and Return on Investment reports. May register, monitor, and instruct specialized courses. Plans and coordinates fiscal and support operations for law enforcement training; monitors expenditures, including making recommendations on the purchase of equipment; assists in preparing in-service, specialized, and advanced training needs analysis for the region. Performs such other duties as may be required. Supervise the Academy Coordinator and support staff, including assigning and reviewing work, training, conducting performance reviews, recommending and executing actions such as hiring, promoting, disciplining, and/or dismissing employees; make recommendations on selection of law enforcement adjunct instructors, prepare and maintain training contracts for instructors, and reviews instructor contracts. Reviews and approves disciplinary actions and hearing outcomes as recommended by the Academy Coordinator, to ensure program compliance and Academy BPOC Policies and Procedures are followed. Seeks and coordinates off-site training locations throughout the AACOG Region and initiates or processes any contractual agreements to secure locations. Maintains the Quality Assurance Plan, including the performance of quality assurance checks on all training records, and other documents to ensure program compliance and standards set by TCOLE are met and evaluates courses. Performs grant management functions as Project Director in the Office of the Governor eGrants system and performance reporting, including tracking output and outcome measures and making programmatic adjustments to ensure that the Academy meets all goals and measures as outlined in the application.
A bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, plus five years of law enforcement experience; OR Any equivalent combination of experience and training which provides the required knowledge, skill, and abilities. Thorough knowledge of criminal justice grants, planning principals, and police data use; ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing and to speak before public groups; knowledge of effective teaching and learning techniques; extensive knowledge of law enforcement principles and practices; and ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with law enforcement officials and other members of the general public. Valid Texas driver’s license or available alternate means of transportation; and Intermediate certification as a peace officer and as an instructor from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE).
AACOG business hours are 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 PM. M-F. Pay Range 20. This position is exempt; open until filled. Only online electronic applications will be accepted.
Equal Opportunity Employer