Secondary Employment Opportunity – Towson Movie Theater

Operational Police Protective Services has an upcoming assignment for Cinemark Theater’s Corp. Secondary employment for Off Duty Baltimore County Officers. Location is 111. East Joppa Rd. Towson, MD. 21286.

There are several shifts available. Hourly rate starts at $30.00 dollars per hour.

There will be 2 to 4 officer’s at all times; shift’s from 6, 8 or 12 hours and will be running 7 days a week. Please contact them ASAP if interested.

Detail will start approx.July 7th.

See information here

Employment Opportunity

The Maryland Department of Public Safety & Correctional Services (DPSCS) is in the process of hiring nine police detectives to work in the Department’s Internal Investigative Unit.  The positions vary at offices located in Western and Central Maryland, and on the Eastern Shore.  All positions require initial police certification or re-certification for retired police officers through the Maryland Police & Correctional Training Commission (MPCTC).

Click on the below link for full disclosure of the job announcement through the Department of Budget and Management (DBM).  Closing for this recruitment is October 15, 2013.

http://www.jobaps.com/MD/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=13&R2=003705&R3=001

Employment Opportunity

 G4S Secure Solutions provides armed uniformed security to The Bank of America and other locations across the region. We are currently seeking individuals for full and part time positions available in Baltimore and all surrounding counties. Applicants must have graduated from an accredited police dept. or have prior military, corrections exp. or have a degree in criminal justice. You must posess a valid Md. Gun permit. Starting salary is $19.08hr… full benefits pkg for full time employees. Interested parties should apply online at www.usajobs.G4S.com. If anyone has any questions I can be reached at 240-204-0839. Thank you and God Bless.

Employment Opportunity

The State of Maryland is beginning the process to hire some new Bailiff positions that were granted this year and they are trying to expand their applicant pool. The link below has more information on the qualifications, pay and application process.   This is an ongoing application process.

http://mdcourts.gov/jobs/pdfs/securitysupport/bailiffs.pdf

Thank you,

Susan Hardisty
Administrative Office of the Courts
Maryland Judiciary Human Resources
Recruitment Unit
(410) 260-1204
Fax (410) 974-2849

Employment Opportunity

The Maryland Capitol Police are activity recruiting for the following Positions to fill the ranks of Police Officer II, Sergeant and Lieutenant.
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> The Department of General Services Maryland Capitol Police (DGS-MCP) provides law enforcement and security for 30 State buildings, 10 parking garages, and 16 surface parking lots used by State employees and visited by over one million people annually.  MCP is comprised of sworn police officers, security officers, and police communication operators.  The Department has detachments in Annapolis and Baltimore.  MCP not only provides traditional law enforcement services, but also focuses on physical security of buildings, property, and State employees.
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> We currently have several openings for Police Officer II in the Annapolis Detachment for all shifts. Baltimore Detachment opening will be in the future.  Shifts are permanent Night ,Day, Late.
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> Great opportunity for a retired or retiring Trooper/ Police Officer, Sergeant or Lieutenant.  Retired Trooper/Police Officer may apply for the Sergeant openings and Sergeants for the Lieutenant Positions as long as minimum requirements are meet. State Employees must be separated from service for a minimum of 45 days.
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> These positions have not been posted on the DBM web site at this time and the estimated salary is just that, an estimate. Should you be interested please do not hesitate to give me a call for further details.
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> Police Officer II – Minimum requirements
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> Education: High School diploma or G.E.D. certificate acceptable to the Maryland State Board of Education as described in the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commission regulation.
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> Experience: Six months of experience as a certified law enforcement officer and currently holds a valid Maryland Police Training Certificate.
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> Starting Estimated Salary – $45,835
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> Sergeant – Minimum requirements
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> Education: High School diploma or G.E.D. certificate acceptable to the Maryland State Board of Education as described in the Police Training Commission regulation.
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> Experience: Three years of experience as a certified law enforcement officer and currently holds a valid Maryland Police Training Certificate.
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> Notes: 1. The above educational requirement is set by the Police Training Commission in accordance with Article 41, Section 4 201.
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> An Associate degree from an accredited college in law enforcement, criminology or related social sciences may be substituted for one year of the required experience.
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> Starting Estimated Salary – $52,043
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> Lieutenant – Minimum requirements
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> Education: High School diploma or G.E.D. certificate acceptable to the Maryland State Board of Education as described in the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commission regulation.
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> Experience: Two years of experience supervising certified law enforcement officers and currently holds a valid Maryland Police Training Certificate.
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> Note: The above educational requirement is set by the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commission in accordance with the Annotated Code of Maryland, Public Safety Article, Section 3-207.
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> Starting Estimated Salary – $59,213
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> Terry Custer
> Deputy Chief
> Maryland Capitol Police
> 301 W. Preston Street
> Baltimore, Maryland 21201
> 410.767.7450
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Employment Opportunity

A part-time security position is available within the Office of Secretary Maynard.  The position is for a Security Attendant.  The office is located at 300 E. Joppa Road, Suite 1000, Towson, MD  21286.  In order to qualify for this position the individual must have a hand gun permit and it must be in good standing. The position is a part-time, day shift contractual position.  The  position requires that the individual sit at the front desk and provides security for the Office of the Secretary and processes all visitors as well as additional duties.  Can you please post for the position in your division?  If you have any questions, concerns or comments I can be reached at 410-339-5005.  Thanks in advance.

Rochell Brooks
Assistant to the Secretary
Office of Secretary Gary D. Maynard
300 E. Joppa Road, Suite 1000
Towson, MD  21286

Employment Opportunity

The U.S Department of Education (ED) currently has a career opportunity for those interested in the field of regulatory enforcement of campus crime and security requirements. ED is responsible for regulatory oversight and enforcement of the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act as well as the Drug-Free Schools and Communities Act (DFSCA). The Clery Act requires postsecondary institutions that participate in the Federal student aid program to annually disclose campus crime statistics and develop and implement policies and procedures related to various aspects of campus safety. The DFSCA requires institutions to create substantive programs to prevent the use and distribution of illicit drugs and the abuse of alcohol on America?s campuses. We are providing a link to USAJOBS. USAJOBS is the Federal government?s primary recruiting and hiring tool . Please note that the deadline to apply is 11:59 P.M. April 19 th .

https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/341055300

Please forward this announcement to any of your associates or students that you believe would be well-qualified and interested in this opportunity. The Department is open to hiring recent graduates with relevant education and training as well as more experienced professionals in the fields on regulatory enforcement, law enforcement, legal services, law enforcement records administration, and related fields. We look forward to discussing this career opportunity with all qualified applicants.

Questions may be directed the human resources representative identified in the job announcement or you may submit questions to clery@ed.gov .

Respectfully,

Dawn Hastie, PSA
Clery Act Compliance Division
830 1 st Street, NE
UCP-71F3
Washington, DC 20202-5430
202-377-4639 – Office

Employment Opportunity

Company:

Baltimore Medical System, Inc.

3501 Sinclair Lane

Baltimore, MD 21061

 

Recruiter:

Gail M. Cole

Human Resources Assistant

Baltimore Medical System, Inc.

(410) 558-4954 – Phone

(410) 510-1393 – Fax

Gail.Cole@bmsi.org

 

Position: Pharmacy Driver – Full Time

Summary: The individual in this position is responsible for performing courier services primarily between Patient Residences and BMS Pharmacies. Additional courier duties between the Central Office, BMS Health Centers and any other locations, may be required. He/she is required to operate BMS’s Company vehicle in a safe and courteous manner in order to pick up prescriptions, prescriptions transfers, interoffice mail, bank change, etc. and deliver them to designated patient residence, health centers, bank, and other facility.

You can send applications/resumes to the email address above. Use the following link to download an application: http://www.bmsi.org/careers

 

Employment Opportunity: Law Enforcement Liaison

The Maryland Highway Safety Office is currently recruiting for a Law Enforcement Liaison (LEL) position.  We are recruiting under a
Highway Safety Specialist classification within the University of Maryland Baltimore System.

The Law Enforcement Liaison position will provide traffic law enforcement expertise, encourage involvement in traffic safety
enforcement initiatives, provide training and act as a liaison between the state’s law enforcement community and the Maryland
Highway Safety Office (MHSO).  The LEL will assume a leadership role in the promotion of traffic safety issues to the law
enforcement community.  The preferred candidate will have prior sworn law enforcement experience.

Please click on the link below and enter requisition # 8296 to apply.  The closing date for this position is March 15, 2013.

http://hr.umaryland.edu/careers/index.html

Job Announcement – Law Enforcement Liaison

The Maryland Highway Safety Office is currently recruiting for a Law Enforcement Liaison (LEL) position.  We are recruiting under a
Highway Safety Specialist classification within the University of Maryland Baltimore System.

The Law Enforcement Liaison position will provide traffic law enforcement expertise, encourage involvement in traffic safety
enforcement initiatives, provide training and act as a liaison between the state’s law enforcement community and the Maryland
Highway Safety Office (MHSO).  The LEL will assume a leadership role in the promotion of traffic safety issues to the law
enforcement community.  The preferred candidate will have prior sworn law enforcement experience.

Please click on the link below and enter requisition # 8296 to apply.  The closing date for this position is March 15, 2013.

http://hr.umaryland.edu/careers/index.html

Employment Opportunity

 I am searching for a manager and manager associate to run our certification unit.  This unit conducts audits on police and correctional agencies for compliance with COMAR standards.  This unit also processes  all applications for certification and maintains databases on all corrections and police agencies.

 

Job Opportunity – Community Outreach Specialist

The USAO  has an opening.  It is a part-time (20-30 hrs. week) contractual position for a community outreach specialist.  Attached is a copy of the position description.  The salary is negotiable, but will probably be in the GS-12 range- $35 – $45/hr.  Please share with anyone you think might be interested. They can send their resume directly to Steve Hess.

 

Thanks, Steve

Steven J. Hess

Law Enforcement Coordinator

U.S. Attorney’s Office, District of MD

36 S. Charles Street, 4th Floor

Baltimore, MD 21201-2692

410-209-4930

steven.hess@usdoj.gov

Community Outreach Specialist

GS-301-12

Part-Time Contractual Position

 

 

Introduction

 

Serves as the Community Outreach Specialist, District of Maryland with overall responsibility for identifying specific communities and community groups interested in forming partnerships with local and federal authorities to reduce crime and the fear of crime.  Develops strategies for reaching and influencing targeted community groups; identifies and assists in the procurement of resources to assist and complement local crime reduction efforts; and, develops and maintains federal, state, local, and national contacts to provide technical assistance to communities.

 

 

Major Duties

 

Analyzes community needs, develops communications strategies, and provides direct support to

community and government leaders designed to reduce crime and maximize effective criminal justice activities with the U.S. Attorney’s Office (USAO), consistent with DOJ priorities and programs. Specifically:

 

Identifies communities and community structures and governmental entities necessary to

build effective crime reduction coalitions.  Assists in the identification of community

needs, resources, and problems, and helps citizens and community officials with decision making regarding crime and crime reduction efforts.

 

Identifies, with the assistance of community leaders, significant issues, objectives and goals to address and reduce crime in the neighborhoods and communities. Establishes, maintains, and seeks to improve existing community coalitions.

 

Establishes working relationships with public officials, community and civic organizations and State and local Human Relations Commissions in order to keep apprised of all tension and crisis situations and obtain a cross-sectional assessment of any such situations.  Provides assistance in the analysis of the relative seriousness of each tension or crisis situation and recommends appropriate responses.

 

Works with individuals and groups to develop strategies and measures to encourage and promote community involvement and broad-spectrum governmental support in programs that address crime prevention ×related to gang and violent crime issues.

 

Utilizes the services, programs, and activities of many different and diverse organizations to develop coalitions with special emphasis on proactive involvement, teamwork, commitment, awareness and sensitivity of community and public safety issues and problems.

 

Represents the U.S. Attorney on boards, committees and working groups concerned with

community involvement to reduce crime and violence.  Including, but not limited to, Project Safe Neighborhoods, Project Safe Childhood, Human Trafficking and Homeland Security.

 

Provides issue analysis, recommendations, and advice to the U.S. Attorney on community relations matters. Ensures regular and effective functions of the District-level community relations program that will promote overall litigative effectiveness. Assignments in this arena include activities such as the following:

 

Advises District personnel and other federal agencies on the organization, operation,

responsibilities and strengths of community outreach organizations involved in preventing crime, gang activity, violence and drug abuse.

 

Establishes effective and close working relationships with community organizations and

outside agencies and assesses their needs, priorities and capabilities in addressing crime, with special attention to violent crime. Works with the Law Enforcement Coordinator and Intelligence Specialist to provide necessary liaison with the law enforcement and homeland security communities.

 

Writes and oversees the publication of regular and one-time informational material for

community officials, the public, and other criminal justice audiences. Disseminates information to state and local government entities, community groups, and the public on the U.S. Attorney’s Office programs and activities.

 

Reviews literature on community-based criminal justice issues and analyzes changes in

legislation, case law, court rules, Department of Justice (DOJ) policies and other issues of

direct relevance to community-based criminal justice programs. Ensures changes that

affect the program’s overall effectiveness are brought to the attention of appropriate

audiences in a timely and effective manner.

 

Facilitates development and implementation of programs and plans by identifying and publicizing resources that will advance community efforts and help achieve crime reductions and the fear of crime in communities. Provides information to community organizations and leaders on DOJ and other federal grants and funding. Researches the technical aspects of available programs and provides technical assistance and training on the qualification and application procedures.  Coordinates and advises on how to obtain state or local resources for the delivery of these activities.

 

Conducts and/or organizes workshops, seminars and meetings and maintains regular contact with community service organizations, other federal agencies, local and state government entities and schools. Assists in the development and implementation of training opportunities relevant to USAO objectives and in coordination with the Law Enforcement Coordinator and Intelligence Specialist.

 

 

Prepares work plans and periodic reports on the status of programs and activities taken to

enhance community relationships and partnerships in areas of crime and crime reduction.

 

Performs other duties as assigned.

 

 

Knowledge Required by the Position

 

Knowledge of a wide range communication principles, practices, techniques and methods in order to analyze community crime prevention needs and conduct workshops and training seminars.

 

Ability to communicate orally and in writing in order to develop and disseminate informational

materials, express the U.S. Attorney’s position, and gather community support.

 

Knowledge and skill sufficient to conduct workshops, seminars and meetings with community

officials; federal, state and local government officials; and, members of the general public.

 

General knowledge of law enforcement operations and criminal laws and comprehensive

knowledge of crime prevention programs, services and activities to assist communities in

achieving crime prevention objectives and goals.

 

Ability to meet and deal with persons of varied levels and backgrounds and skill in negotiating and coordinating the work of federal, state and local groups and agencies in order to build effective community crime prevention coalitions.

 

 

Supervisory Controls

 

The supervisor makes assignments in terms of broadly stated objectives and goals. The nature of

work precludes intensive or immediate supervision. The incumbent collaborates with the Law Enforcement Coordinator, U.S. Attorney, and community leaders and officials in selecting methodologies and approaches to crime, crime prevention and needs assessments. The incumbent has responsibility for planning, designing and executing programs and services to assist communities in achieving their common goals and objectives. Work results are accepted as technically authoritative and are reviewed only to determine achievement of community relations objectives, policy implications, and compatibility with other crime prevention initiatives of the Department, the U.S. Attorney, and other federal agencies and for adherence to policy, adequacy, of conclusions and results achieved.  The incumbent is assigned to the LECC/VW Unit and is immediately supervised by the LECC/Victim-Witness Manager.

 

 

Guidelines

 

Guidelines include policies, procedures, rules and regulations of DOJ and other organizations,

both state and local, which are used in the delivery of community relations programs and

activities. Incumbent must be able to use judgment in applying regulations and guidelines to

evaluate facts, develop well-documented background materials, work plans, and generate

meaningful reports in the assessment and reporting and planning of community relations

initiatives and programs.

 

 

Complexity

 

The work involves the application of a variety of advanced communications approaches to

administer and effect community relations programs that must reach audiences with various points of view, levels of understanding, and information needs. Assignments involve the identification of relationships and interrelationships of community programs and their impact on communities and the public.

 

The decisions regarding what must be done include major areas of uncertainty. The incumbent

must define issues and identify applicable precedents, laws and/or policies to follow and apply.

Difficulty is encountered in identifying, analyzing and quantifying conflicting information,

appropriate DOJ regulations and state and local guidelines used to administer and implement

community programs and activities. The work requires many decisions regarding the planning,

implementation and administration of complex rules and regulations, identification of program

trends, costs, problems and needs, and the refinement of work plans, methods and techniques for

a wide range of programs and groups.

 

 

Scope and Effect

 

The purpose of the work is to plan and facilitate critical community programs and services that

are vital to the objectives and goals of the Department and the Office of the U.S. Attorney. The

work impacts on racial, religious, ethnic, civic and private groups, businesses, governments and

communities in the District.

 

 

 

 

Personal Contacts

 

Personal Contacts are with persons inside and outside the agency such as law enforcement

personnel, attorneys, community leaders, crime victims, and the general public. Contacts include

local, state and federal agency officials, civic leaders, officers of professional organizations and

special interest groups.  The nature of the contacts vary depend on the subject matter, program

( policy, regulation, etc., and is determined through the course of communication.

 

 

 

Purpose of Contacts

 

The purpose of contacts is convey information on community relations programs and activities

and develop effective communications strategies concerning agency programs and activities. The

incumbent must identify and clarify the role of community structures and governmental entities

necessary to build effective crime reduction and prevention coalitions and to help identify

significant issues to achieve community crime reduction and prevention goals. The incumbent is

required to facilitate the development of effective working relationships with positive and

productive communication among organizations and programs.

 

 

Physical Demands

 

The work is primarily sedentary and involves some walking standing or driving of an automobile

in the course of a normal workday. The position may require evening and weekend work and

occasional overnight travel.

 

 

 Work Environment

 

The work is performed in office or meeting setting.