Employment Opportunity- Towson University Communications Operators

The Towson University Police Department is currently hiring for police communications operators within our communications center. This would be a great job for a retiree or someone looking to get into police communications. If you could please post this to your site, it would be appreciated. I will attach both the link and the text of the job announcement.

link:  https://csprd.towson.edu/psc/TUEXTAPP/EMPLOYEE/HRMS/c/HRS_HRAM.HRS_CE.GBL?Page=HRS_CE_HM_PRE&Action=A&

Please feel free to contact me should you have any additional questions,

Sgt. John A. Ross
Towson University Police Department
Communications Sergeant



Employment Opportunity

The University of Baltimore is recruiting for:

University Police Officer II – MPO


Section Chief, Law Enforcement Services


Both URLs show vacancy announcements and information about applying.  Please share our vacancy announcements.

Thank You,

Patrice Mason
Recruitment Leader, Human Resources, University of Baltimore

Cold Case Investigator with the Howard County Police Department:

The Howard County Police Department is seeking an experienced professional to investigate unsolved major crimes. Responsibilities include locating past and potential witnesses, suspects, investigators, and other persons of interest, assisting with the review and identification of physical evidence, conducting interviews and writing reports, and providing court testimony.

Requires a High School diploma or GED equivalent, prior law enforcement experience, preferably in homicide and violent crime investigations. Must possess excellent interview and interrogation skills and proficiency with computers and criminal databases, i.e., MILES and NCIC.

If interested please click on the below link and scroll down to Contingent Professional (Cold Case Investigator)



Employment Opportunity: Section Chief of Safety Programs


MHSO is Hiring for a
Section Chief of Safety Programs
The Maryland Highway Safety Office is recruiting for a Safety Programs Section Chief Position, located within the Maryland Department of Transportation’s, Motor Vehicle Administration.  The position description is included in this email.  The position is being run through the University of Baltimore’s Schaefer Center for Public Policy.  Please click on the link below to apply:


If you have any questions, about the position, you may contact Dana Gigliotti at dgigliotti@mdot.state.md.us at the Maryland Highway Safety Office.

Section Chief, Safety Programs
Schaefer Center for Public Policy

Vacancy Number 300579
Position Type: Regular exempt grant-funded position with benefits package
Opens: 07/07/77     Closes: 11/24/15
Salary: $68,500 to $75,000
Note: Position is grant-funded through September 30, 2016 with expected annual renewals thereafter, but renewals are contingent on the availability of grant funds. Position requires the ability to work a flexible schedule with some evening and weekend travel.
Worksite Location:    Maryland Highway Safety Office
Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration
1 Orchard Rd.
Glen Burnie, MD 21060
Section Chief, Safety Programs
Schaefer Center for Public Policy
Vacancy Number 300579
Position Type: Regular exempt grant-funded position with benefits package

Opens: 07/07/77     Closes: 11/24/15
Salary: $68,500 to $75,000

Note: Position is grant-funded through September 30, 2016 with expected annual renewals thereafter, but renewals are contingent on the availability of grant funds. Position requires the ability to work a flexible schedule with some evening and weekend travel.

Worksite Location: Maryland Highway Safety Office
Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration
1 Orchard Rd.
Glen Burnie, MD 21060

The University of Baltimore is seeking a Section Chief for the Safety Programs Section at the Maryland Highway Safety Office (MHSO), a division of the Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration. The Safety Programs Section’s goal is to reduce traffic related fatalities, injuries and crashes by acting as subject matter experts for specific highway safety program areas in an effort to provide leadership in highway safety and technical assistance to partners. The Safety Program Section accomplishes this goal by keeping abreast of current trends and developments in specific program areas, developing key relationships, overseeing the state’s performance measure’s goals and objectives, selecting evidence based countermeasures that help the state’s safety problems and meet the performance goals and objectives.

The Safety Programs Section Chief manages and directs the operations of the Safety Program Section, providing the day-to-day administration of the program and overseeing the work of five (5) Program Managers.  The position is responsible for overseeing statewide media projects and the statewide grants their team manages.  The Safety Program’s Section Chief is part of MHSO’s management team and directly reports to the Deputy Chief.

Key Responsibilities
Manages the activities of the Safety Programs Section including:
•    Provides staff supervision to the Safety Programs Section
•    Establishes priorities, coordinates activities, provides guidance, and directs and participates in the development of programs
•    Monitors section activities to ensure the section is operating in an efficient and effective manner
•    Establishes policies and procedures relating to the Safety Programs Section
•    Assists with the statewide staff activities for Data Analysis, Impairing Driving, Occupant Protection, Distracted Driving, Older and Younger Drivers, Pedestrians, Aggressive Driving, Motorcycle Safety Programs and the Strategic Highway Safety Plan
•    Participates in the oversight of Maryland’s Strategic Highway Safety Plan and Emphasis Area Teams
•    Participates in the budgeting of $9 – $13M dollars annually of the Safety Programs team and works to forecast and prioritize programs based on availability of funds and problem identification

Conducts monitoring and evaluation of grant related programs to determine if they are impacting the problem areas identified

Participates in the development, implementation and evaluation of the state wide programs annual performance based Highway Safety Plan (HSP) in accordance with the Federal requirements of the U.S. Department of Transportation, National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA).
Manages and directs special projects as assigned by the MHSO Chief and Deputy Chief.

Minimum Required Qualifications
Education: Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice, Business, Public Administration, Public Relations, Communications, Writing or Health Sciences or related field required.
Experience:  Four years of experience in a related field and at least two years of supervisor, program planning and coordination experience required

Preferred Qualifications
Preferred Experience: Two years of Highway Safety experience preferred.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities
•    Knowledge of best practices in the field as well as all relevant federal, state, and local rules, regulations, and programs and policies for meeting compliance
•    Demonstrated positive, outgoing and highly motivated personality
•    Strong organizational skills with the ability to track and accomplish multiple tasks simultaneously
•    Excellent time management skills
•    Strong oral, presentation and written communication skills
•    Demonstrated  deep understanding and commitment to traffic safety and its programs and issues
•    Ability to lead a team of professionals
•    Skilled in program development methods, practices and procedures
•    Demonstrated ability to exercise good judgment.

•    A valid Maryland driver’s license is required.


Employment Opportunity

Bob Castagnetti has two job openings at Peabody Institute, part of Johns Hopkins University. One opening is for a Casual (on-call) position in Campus Security. This job is for all three shifts. Most needs are on 11 to 7 shift and 3 to 11 shift, weekends being the most needs. There is also an opening for a supervisor (Sergeant) on the 11 to 7 shift.
Anyone interested can Google JHU Jobs to find the home page and filter the search to Peabody. The requisition numbers that apply are: 66588 for the Sergeant position and 64197 for the Casual position.
Anyone interested can also e-mail me @ casrj@jhu.edu.

Employment Opportunity

WARRANT APPREHENSION UNIT DETECTIVE page at Maryland.gov. You can view it at, http://www.jobaps.com/MD/sup/bulpreview.asp?R1=15&R2=000174&R3=0001

I am a recruiter for Maryland’s Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services and believe the job above may be of interest to one of your retired or soon to retire members.  Please post or disseminate if possible.  Call with questions.



John T. Laing

Recruiting Specialist

Maryland Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services

6776 Reisterstown Road Suite 309

Baltimore, Maryland 21215-2341

Office 410-585-3777  Fax 410-764-4348


Job Opportunity: Maryland Occupational Safety and Health

Maryland Occupational Safety and Health is currently accepting applications for OSH Compliance Safety and Health Officers and Hygienist I positions within the Division of Labor and Industry.  The primary purpose of the position is to enforce regulations and promote compliance with the State and Federal Occupational Safety and Health laws, regulations and standards to improve workplace safety for all Maryland workers. Below are the links for the each position. I believe they are going to extend the filing date for the Safety Officer position. This is a great opportunity. I have been with agency for the past 11 years, I love my job! if anyone has any questions my contact information is listed below.

Thank you for your assistance.





Michael E Daughaday
MOSH Compliance Officer Supervisor

10946 Golden West Dr Suite 160

Hunt Valley, MD 21031

Employment Opportunity: Investigator (Horseshoe Casino)

Requisition Number: 940308
Job Title: Investigator
Date Posted: 7/17/2015
Department: Security
Property: Horseshoe Baltimore
Shift: Varies
Status: Full-Time
Come Do Your Best Work Here!

It can be applied for at www.caesars.com  Go to Horseshoe casino on the bottom of the page and click on careers. 

Thomas Cassella
Director of Security,
Horseshoe Casino 1525 Russell Street Baltimore, MD 21230
Office: 443.931.4509

Caesars Entertainment Corporation is the world’s largest casino entertainment company. Since its beginning in Reno, Nevada more than 70 years ago, Caesars has grown through development of new resorts, expansions and acquisitions, and now owns or manages casino resorts on four continents. The company’s resorts operate primarily under the Harrah’s, Caesars and Horseshoe brand names; Caesars also owns the London Clubs International family of casinos and the World Series of Poker.
Since 1951, the legendary Horseshoe Casino has been all about the gambler. We know how to make our guests feel like big fish. Our service is secondary to none, our casinos are damn nice and our amenities keep our guests wanting more. We have a confidence that comes from working for the number one casino brand in every market in which we operate.

Horseshoe Casino Baltimore
is located on Russell Street in Baltimore’s south side. Horseshoe Baltimore is designed to maximize connectivity with existing hospitality operators, neighboring professional sports venues M&T Stadium and Camden Yards, and the city’s famed Inner Harbor. The estimated $400 million new development has created 1,700 permanent casino jobs. With nearly 122,000 square feet of non-stop gaming action, the casino will feature video lottery terminals (VLTs), table games, and a World Series of Poker room. A “Baltimore Marketplace” featuring authentic Charm City food outlets, three premier restaurants, and several bars and lounges will round out the food and beverage offerings.

Job Description:


  • Coordinates thorough and comprehensive incident investigations on all matters that affect the safety, security and integrity of customers and employees, included, but not limited to
    • general liability investigations
    • workers compensation investigations
    • property damage investigations
    • investigations of a criminal nature.
  • Maintains approved MD Gaming Divisions exclusion list, current and enforced
  • Maintains record of undesirable patrons
  • Maintains liaison with Law Enforcement Agencies, i.e., city, state, and federal.
  • Provides testimony in court when required
  • Maintains a liaison with Investigation Units in other Casinos
  • Operates a company vehicle when required
  • Acts as a role model, always presenting oneself as a credit to Caesar’s Entertainment and encouraging others to do the same



· High school diploma or GED is required.

· Must be at least 21-years of age.

· Knowledge of casino rules, procedures and regulations as related to Poker.

· Excellent customer service skills are essential.

· Must be able to perform basic math quickly.

· Must be able to get along with co-workers and work as a team.

· Must present a well-groomed appearance.

· Well-developed interpersonal skills.

· Must enjoy entertaining and communicating with the public.

Physical, Mental and Environmental Demands:

· Must be able to work independently.

· Must be able to sit, stand or walk for long periods of time.

· Must be able to respond calmly and make rational decisions when handling employee conflicts.

· Must be able to maneuver throughout all areas of the property and from floor to floor either by stairways (minimum of 20 steps) or escalator.

· Must be able to lift and carry up to 50 lbs.; and, have the ability to push, pull, reach, bend, twist, stoop and kneel.

· Respond to visual and aural cues.

· Must have the manual dexterity to operate a computer and other necessary office equipment.

· Must be able to tolerate areas containing dust, loud noises and bright lights.

· Must be able to work varied shifts, weekends and holidays as needed.

· Ability to simultaneously manage several projects, and not become frustrated by changing priorities and unforeseen obstacles to achieving objectives.

· Ability to speak distinctly and persuasively.

· Must be able to read, write, speak, and understand English.


As part of Caesars Entertainment’s employment process, finalist candidates will be required to complete a background check, prior to an offer being extended. These background checks include:

  • Prior Employment Verification
  • Education Verification
  • Social Security Trace
  • Criminal Background Check
  • Drug Screen
  • Motor Vehicles Records (where required for position)

Employment Opportunity: Poly graph Examiner

State of Maryland
Department of Public Safety and Correctional Services
Internal Investigative Division
Polygraph Unit

Employment Opportunity
Polygraph Examiner (Provisional)

Start Date: Immediately
Work Location: 8510 Corridor Road, Savage, Howard County, Maryland 20763
Starting Salary: $50,120.00 (Grade 14, Step 9)

Candidates do not have to be a Certified Polygraph Examiner, but must successfully complete an American Polygraph Association ‘Certified Basic Polygraph Examiner Training Program’ (10+ weeks), paid for by the DPSCS. In consideration for the DPSCS sponsoring the candidate’s training, they will be required to sign a three year employment contract. The successful candidate must be eligible for membership in the American Polygraph Association upon completion of training.

Minimum Education and Experience Requirements
Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university.
Three years of experience in criminal investigations work with a recognized law enforcement agency.
1. Graduate education at an accredited college of university may be substituted on a year for year basis for the required experience for up to two years.
2. Additional work experience in law enforcement may be substituted on a year for year basis for up to four years of the required education.
If interested contact Ed Heilman, Polygraph Unit Supervisor at 410-724-5752 or meheilman@dpscs.state.md.us.

Employment Opportunity – Chief of Police Bel Air

The Town of Bel Air, Maryland, is accepting applications for the position of Chief of Police. This is the highest law enforcement position in the Town of Bel Air. The Chief of Police serves under the direct supervision of the Town Administrator and exercises command and operational control of the Bel Air Police Department. The Chief of Police is responsible for enforcing all laws of the municipality and the State of Maryland.

The approximate population of Bel Air is 10,500; with an operating budget of $3.5M for the police department. The police chief is responsible for a total of 31 sworn and 18 civilian personnel.

The position requires strong leadership skills, extensive knowledge of modern police administration and an ability to innovate programs. At a minimum, candidates must have a Bachelor’s Degree in criminal justice, business or a related field of study. A minimum of at least 10 years-experience is also required with at least 4 years in a position of management or supervisory responsibility. Supervisory experience should include the oversight of at least 15 sworn officers and support staff in a recognized law enforcement agency. Advanced education beyond a Bachelor’s Degree is desired.

Interested candidates may apply online on or before 4:00 PM, July 6, 2015. EOE.

Click HERE to apply online.

Employment Opportunity

Health Enforcement Officer

$25 per hour

Temporary positions to last 3-6 months

2-5 days/evenings per week

The Health Enforcement Officers report to the Drumcastle Government Center.  Using County vehicles, the Officers will travel to pick up Tobacco Compliance Assistants at designated Police Precincts or schools; transport the Assistants to tobacco retailers to conduct tobacco compliance buys; write citations for civil violations as appropriate; explain Youth Access Laws to retailers; attend and testify at court hearings; and maintain records of enforcement activities.  Must have valid driver’s license with clean driving record and ability to successfully pass a background investigation.

For more detailed information and to apply contact:

Vicki Pfannenstein at 410-887-3828 or vpfannenstein@baltimorecountymd.gov

Baltimore County Health DepartmentDrumcastle Government Center

6401 York Rd. Towson, MD 21212

Employment Opportunity – Part time investigator

We are looking for a part-time investigator in the Baltimore area.

The qualifications required for this position, are as follows:  Minimum of 5-years law enforcement investigation skills; excellent interview and interrogation skills; report writing skills.

This position, will be approximately 25 hours per week and may require travel and overnight stays.

The position pays $25.00 per hour / $30.00 per day for meal accommodation (with overnight stays) / hotel expense (if required) / $0.35 per mile.

Most of the cases will be handled within the Baltimore area and will not require overnight hotel stays.

If you can pass the word onto fellow lodge members, this would be a great position for someone that has retired.

If you have any questions or possible candidates, please have them contact me at (727) 902-5974.

I look forward to hearing from you,

Thank you Jeff Hogan!

Employment Opportunity

KeyPoint Government Solutions is a mission-critical provider of specialized investigative services to the U.S. Federal Government.

They are hiring over 400 contractor background investigators nationwide. There is a need for investigators in the Baltimore Metro area.

Contractor Investigators are not employees of KeyPoint. You receive a 1099 at the end of the year.

As part of the training process, you have to travel to Loveland Colorado for three weeks for training.

Some Contractor Investigators you may know include Carl Carlee, Mark Fritsch, Steve McDonald and Dennis Augustyniak.

Anyone interested, please visit the website: https://careers-keypoint.icims.com/jobs/3210/opm-background-investigator/job

Anyone who applies for this position or have any questions, please contact Dennis Augustyniak at 443-545-6279. He will provide your name to the recruiter for proper ranking of your application.

Dennis F. Augustyniak