The Assistant Director will support, coordinate, and drive internal team operational/policy efforts and support external engagement. This position also assists in managing the day-to-day operations of Member Services, Member Engagement, Corporate Communications, Business Systems, and the Institute for Community Police Relations. The incumbent helps the director identify solutions, and provides support and resources for member organizations and member working groups.
Working in concert with Team Director to:
Serves as a champion of the organization’s vision, mission and values and newly re-engineered, matrixed organization
Lead and mentor Team staff; maximize staff professional development opportunities by seizing and encouraging participation in matrixed teams across the organization
Ensure internal efforts are coordinated with the team to minimize duplicative efforts and maximize focus on substantive needs; work closely with other Assistant Directors to ensure consistent and strategic coordination/collaboration across the organization
Enhance the association’s professionalism, reach, and standing through the development of innovative and progressive outreach, education, advocacy and programmatic efforts
Facilitate partnerships between the association and relevant federal, non-profit, and private-sector partners to advance the work of the IACP
Support implementation of the association’s strategic framework
Provide leadership to all team members relative to their project portfolios, including advice and direction on all programmatic and budget related issues in the areas of Member Services, Member Engagement, Corporate Communications, Business Systems, and the Institute for Community Police Relations
Conduct special projects and other duties as assigned
Bachelor’s degree required in area or Criminal Justice, Business, Communications or related field. Master’s degree preferred.
Minimum of eight (8) years of experience with increasing levels of responsibility supporting, developing, and managing people and processes
Strong leadership, consensus building and strategic planning experience
Demonstrated knowledge of managing and building relationships with stakeholders, including senior management and IACP staff
Excellent interpersonal skills with a high level of political awareness and ability to work effectively as a member of the senior management team
Excellent written and oral communication skills, and polished presentation skills
Strong knowledge of Microsoft Office and Window-based computer applications
Experience as a law enforcement professional in a command position
Occasional travel may be required
All applications must be received by JANUARY 2, 2018.
The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) offers a generous benefits package to its core staff to include: Competitive Salary; Paid Annual & Sick Leave; 10 paid holidays per year; Health/Vision/Dental Coverage (premiums mostly paid by IACP); Life Insurance/AD&D, 2x salary (100% of premiums paid by IACP); Short & Long Term Disability Coverage (100% of premiums paid by IACP); Parking/Transportation Subsidy; 403 (B) Retirement Savings Plan; Flexible Spending Account – Medical & Dependent Care; Direct Deposit; Free Gym Access
The IACP is an equal opportunity employer. Federal law prohibits discrimination in employment practices on the basis of race, color, religious affiliation, national origin, sex, age, or disability. No information requested on this application will be used for the purpose of excluding any applicant’s consideration for employment because of his or her race, color, religion, national origin, sex, or disability.
About International Association of Chiefs of Police
Founded in 1893, the association's goals are to advance the science and art of police services; to develop and disseminate improved administrative, technical and operational practices and promote their use in police work; to foster police cooperation and the exchange of information and experience among police administrators throughout the world; to bring about recruitment and training in the polic...e profession of qualified persons; and to encourage adherence of all police officers to high professional standards of performance and conduct.
Since 1893, the International Association of Chiefs of Police has been serving the needs of the law enforcement community. Throughout those past 100-plus years, we have been launching historically acclaimed programs, conducting ground-breaking research and providing exemplary programs and services to our membership across the globe.
Professionally recognized programs such as the FBI Identification Division and the Uniform Crime Records system can trace their origins back to the IACP. In fact, the IACP has been instrumental in forwarding breakthrough technologies and philosophies from the early years of our establishment to now, as we begin the 21st century. From spearheading national use of fingerprint identification to partnering in a consortium on community policing to gathering top experts in criminal justice, the government and education for summits on violence, homicide, and youth violence, IACP has realized our responsibility to positively affect the goals of law enforcement.
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