Police Fleet Services Accreditation Program Coordinator
Salary: $27.55 - $33.69 Hourly
Job Type: Regular (Full-Time)
Job Number: 21-0205-02
Location: Salem, OR
Department: Police Department
Police Fleet Services & Accreditation Administrative Analyst performs a variety of professional, technical, analytical and administrative functions in the support of departmental operations and services.
Fleet: Responsible for the development of vehicle specifications, commissioning, decommissioning, maintaining, and equipping of all police vehicles. Maintain liaison with Fleet Services, Willamette Valley Communications Center (WVCC), Communications (Radio) Shop, City of Salem Information Technology (IT) and outside vendors. Review and approve bills, arrange for necessary repairs, review equipment needs, make arrangements for transport of vehicles for service.
Accreditation: Responsible for maintaining the department's accredited status through Oregon Accreditation Alliance, (OAA). This includes assisting with the maintenance, updating, and review of the department operations manual for consistency with department practices. The accreditation manager is responsible for preparing the accreditation files and participating in the 3-year on-site accreditation re-certification process.
Technology: Responsible for vehicle, communication and mobile data equipment, and coordinates repairs, replacements and advances in technology necessary to improve field capabilities.
Provide direction and coordinate work with volunteers and practicum students as available. Will also be responsible for projects designated by Command Staff.
What are the minimum qualifications?
- Must pass the pre-employment background check and drug test (including marijuana).
- Must have an Oregon driver's license and have a driving record that meets the City of Salem's driving standards.
- Must pass a criminal background check necessary to obtain Criminal Justice Information System (CJIS) clearance and Law Enforcement Data System (LEDS) certification within 30 days of hire (clearance must be maintained throughout employment).
- Bachelor's degree in a related field and two years of administrative level experience involving review, analysis, and preparation of recommendations, development of administrative policies, procedures and systems, or any combination of experience and training that demonstrates you possess the knowledge, skills, and abilities.
Where can I find out more about the position?
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How can I apply?
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