JOB PURPOSE & RESPONSIBILITIES:
Incumbent is responsible for assisting the Chief of Police in the overall leadership and direction of the Police Department. Provides day-to-day oversight and leadership of Community Operations, Investigations, or Administration and Support Operation activities, and/or other duties as directed by Chief of Police. Incumbent reports to the Chief of Police, and acts as the Department’s Assistant Chief. As the Assistant Chief of Police, this position is responsible for the day-to-day management of various commands and activities as assigned. The Captain of Police directly supervises Lieutenants, certain equivalent level positions and other staff as assigned. The Captain of Police may personally perform responsibilities, but the conduct and implementation of these responsibilities are generally assigned to subordinate staff. However, the Captain of Police is responsible and accountable for the correct and effective leadership of these areas. Responsible for establishing, implementing and managing procedures and mechanisms for the effective and efficient provision of services in keeping with legal requirements, ethics and professional standards, police department missions, values, goals and specific objectives for the delivery of services and the internal management of the department.
This position requires the incumbent to possess an Associates Degree in Law Enforcement (or related field), or hold a Master Peace Officer Certification from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement Officers Standards and Education and a minimum of thirty (30) semester college hours in Law Enforcement Study (or related field).
The Incumbent must have ten (10) years as a certified Peace Officer and have held a position as a Lieutenant within AISD PD. External applicants must have held a position as a lieutenant or higher for a period of at least five (5) years. Incumbent must have completed the Leadership Command College, or an acceptable equivalent such as the F.B.I. National Law Enforcement Academy. A bachelor degree in criminal justice, or related field, preferred.
KNOWLEDGE & SKILLS:
This position requires state mandated in-service training, successful completion of annual written test on Texas Penal Code, Family Code, Education Code, Alcohol and Beverage Code, Code of Criminal Procedure, and Motor Vehicle Code. Incumbent must also be able to successfully complete quarterly fitness tests and firearms qualifications proficiency. Incumbent must have a valid Texas Drivers License.
DUTY DAYS: 260 DAYS
SALARY: CP-5: $24.98 - $31.26hr
Salary determination will be based on documented experience.