Manager II/Instructor, Law Enforcement In-Service Programs

Monroe Community College | Rochester, NY

Posted Date 3/27/2024

Function of Position:

The Manager/Instructor of Law Enforcement Programs is a combined teaching, administrative, and supervisory position that serves as the general manager of law enforcement training and educational programs, including recruit and in-service training. A key responsibility of this position is to understand the issues facing law enforcement and develop a consensus among many agencies regarding training solutions to address these issues. As such, this individual provides the vision and leadership necessary to meet the community's law enforcement education needs and program performance requirements of various stakeholders. This position is also responsible for managing program resources to optimize student learning. This includes financial and program planning and management, supervision of professional and instructional staff, meeting financial and program performance objectives, maintaining communication and relations with partner agencies, customer support, ensuring compliance with regulatory agencies, identifying the need for and leading the development of new courses and programs, and problem solving. This position reports to the Dean of Public Safety Training Programs.

Examples of Duties & Responsibilities:

Primary Functions:

  • Leads the law enforcement program team.
  • Planning, budgeting, monitoring, revising, and scheduling educational offerings.
  • Manages the law enforcement training budget(s).
  • Assists with the planning and development of the overall PSTF budget.
  • Performs strategic and tactical assessments of all components of an educational program.
  • Supervises technical assistant(s), instructors, and other support personnel.
  • Develops and maintains strong relations with stakeholders and partnering agencies.
  • Guides and promotes new program development.
  • Represents the PSTF and its programs, disseminates program information, and determines customer training/educational needs.
  • Ensures consistent instruction within programs.
  • Ensures instructors have the instructional materials and resources necessary to provide high-level educational programs that address stakeholder needs.
  • Ensures compliance with Municipal Police Training Council (MPTC) courses and standards as regulated by the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services (NYSDCJS).
  • Maintains awareness of emerging law enforcement trends and issues.
  • Identifies future needs and trends in law enforcement and proposes solutions to meet those needs.
  • Evaluates instructors and their methods, curriculum, exercises, and student assessments.
  • Secondary Functions:

  • Curriculum and lesson plan development.
  • Provides qualified expertise in law enforcement-related areas as appropriate to the manager's background, credentials, and experience.
  • Instructs in courses or topics as appropriate to the manger's experience and credentials.
  • Seeks grant funding as appropriate.
  • Ensures the maintenance of training documentation, objectives, lesson plans, media, and testing instruments for programs as required.
  • Performs other functions as assigned by the Dean of Public Safety Programs.
  • MCC Expectations:

  • Adheres to the College Code of Conduct.
  • Contributes to, supports, and maintains an equitable, inclusive, and collaborative College environment.
  • Maintains technological competencies utilized by the College.
  • Commits to the philosophy of a comprehensive community college.
  • Commits to professional growth. which includes seeking ongoing training in diversity, equity and inclusion to better serve students.

  • Requirements:

    Required Qualifications:

  • Earned bachelor's degree in criminal justice, public safety administration, or a related discipline from a regionally-accredited higher education institution.
  • Understands the foundations of effective police supervision and management as demonstrated by a minimum five years' full-time experience as a command officer in a law enforcement agency with progressively responsible duties.
  • Prior teaching or training experience in a relevant field.
  • Ability to work both independently and as a member of a team.
  • Commitment to the value of customer service.
  • Knowledge of current trends and issues facing law enforcement.
  • History of continuing professional development.
  • Professional writing and verbal communication skills.
  • Project management skills (including but not limited to leadership, negotiating, scheduling, task management, and quality management).
  • Competency with personal computer-based word processing, presentation, and spreadsheet software.
  • Demonstrated experience in assessment of programs and standards.
  • Preferred Qualifications:

  • Earned master's degree or higher in criminal justice, public safety administration, education, instructional design, or related discipline from a regionally-accredited higher education institution.
  • Graduate of the FBI National Academy.
  • Instructor/teaching credentials or certifications.
  • Demonstrated experience as a liaison with emergency service providers in police, fire, and EMS disciplines.
  • Bilingual and able to read, write, and speak Spanish, or other languages, proficiently

  • Additional Information:

    Salary: Salary is determined based on experience, internal equity and college budget. This position has a range of $52,000 to $68,000 and is based on these mentioned factors.

    MCC offers a Flexible Work Policy for benefit eligible employees. Types of flexible work arrangements include flextime/staggered shifts, remote work/telecommuting and compressed work schedule. The availability of flexible work arrangements varies by division, department, and position, based upon business and operational needs. Limitations to flexible work arrangements are outlined in the official policy.

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    Application Instructions:

    Interested applicants must apply online and create an account by clicking on the APPLY NOW tab below. Returning applicants may login to their Monroe Community College Careers Account to apply for this position. See the FAQ page for guidance using our online system. Please contact us if you need assistance applying through this website.

    Applicants MUST submit the following documents* to be considered for this position:

    1. Resume/CV
    2. Cover Letter

    *Official transcripts will be required upon employment. Applicants with foreign degrees must submit a completed credential evaluation comparing your foreign academic accomplishments to standards in the U.S

    Please note: As part of the application process all applicants will be asked to provide the contact information for 3 professional references. References will only be contacted after interviews have occurred and only for applicants who are considered as finalists for the opportunity they applied to.

    Category: Professional Staff
    Department: Public Safety Training Center
    Locations: Rochester, NY
    Posted: Mar 27, 2024
    Closes: Apr 28, 2024 - 11:59 PM EDT
    Type: Full Time
    Position ID: 174128

    Salary52,000.00 - 68,000.00 Annual
    Employment Type
    Full Time

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