Employment Opportunity : Police Assistants

The Baltimore County Police Department is looking for retired law enforcement/fire personnel who are interested in becoming part-time Police Assistants. All Police Assistants work 20-24 hours per week at a rate of $25.00 per hour. The process is currently open and additional details can be found at http://www.baltimorecountymd.gov/Agencies/humanresources/jobs/index.html .

If you are interested or know someone who may be interested, please have them apply on-line at the above site or contact the Baltimore County Police Recruitment Team at (410) 887-5542 for additional information.



Bailiff Job : ID 1412

I have attached the job announcement for a Bailiff position in Baltimore county. If you could post it would be greatly appreciated.

Anyone can contact me JOE HERBERT at 410-512-2015. Thanks so much

Joe Herbert  410-512-2015

Job Title  Bailiff  Job ID 1412

Location  Baltimore County

Full/Part Time  Part-Time

Regular/Temporary   Contractual

Closing Date:   Open Until Filled

Office:             Baltimore County District Court, Towson, MD

Grade/Salary:   J9/1 $17.65 per hour

Position Type:  Contractual Part-time

FLSA Status:    Non-Exempt

Financial Disclosure: No

Essential Functions:  Work involves ensuring the safety of visitors, judges, employees, and the general public who visit the District Court.  Duties also include preparing courtrooms for sessions, maintaining order in the courtroom and operating the courthouse metal detector.  As considerable public contact is involved, the employee is required to exercise the practical judgment necessary to cope with unusual situations on an emergency basis.  Bailiffs are considered essential personnel and are subject to call-in during emergencies and staffing shortages.  In the event that the building is closed either temporarily or for the remainder of the day, Bailiffs are required to remain at their post until relieved by proper authority.

High school diploma/GED and MUST be a graduate of a Police Training Academy.

Experience: Previous law enforcement experience.


Bailiffs must be able to successfully obtain and maintain licensing/certification in the following areas: Special Police Commission  and Maryland State Handgun permit, both within 6 months of hire date; and licensing for all less lethal devices (OC spray); AED/CPR certification.

Physical Demands:  Work requires frequent physical effort such as standing and walking for eight hours daily and requires the physical ability to restrain and/or detain individuals. A physical examination is required.  Ability to exercise independent judgement.  Ability to exercise tact under pressure or in difficult situations with the public and diffuse situations in which parties may be hostile and in conflict with each other. Ability to recognize dangerous situations. Ability to perform all the essential functions of the position.

The Maryland Judiciary is a drug-free workplace and an equal opportunity employer, committed to diversity in the workplace.  We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, age, sex, marital status, national origin, physical or mental disability, familial status, genetic information, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, or any other characteristic protected by State or federal law.  Applicants who need an ADA Accommodation for an interview should request the accommodation when notified of a request to be interviewed.  Applicants must be United States citizens or eligible to work in the United States.



Investigator, GS-1810-11/12, Job Opportunity for the United States Attorney’s Office, District of Maryland, Baltimore Office

If you know of anyone who may be interested in applying for an Investigator position in the Baltimore office, please pass the following OPM vacancy announcement on to them.  The full performance level of the position is GS-12.  This OPM job announcement 16-MD-1699668-DE is open to all U. S. Citizens and is specifically for non-status individuals, which means that applicants do not have to be federal employees to apply.  If you know of someone who has never worked for the government, but would like to, now is the time to give them our Investigator announcement located at the following OPM site:  https://www.usajobs.gov/GetJob/ViewDetails/438793100  Starting Salary Between $64,650 and $77,400. See link below.





Please be aware that this announcement will close upon receipt of the 50th application or by the closing date, whichever comes first.

Employment Opportunity: Security

Position: Security Officer       

Job Summary

Incumbent is responsible for ensuring that safety and security procedures are in place for the assured security of the employees, customers and Association. Incumbent will recommend, implement and monitor security procedures and operational controls for the Association; train employees on security procedures; and investigate and report internal and external fraud situations.

Job Functions

Creates, recommends, implements and monitors security procedures and operational controls for the Association to ensure the protection and safety of customers, employees and assets, and to reduce security risks.

 Develops and conducts periodic training for employees related to security processes and procedures.

 Evaluates, monitors, and coordinates testing of security systems and equipment; recommends repairs and new devices as needed, and manages contracted physical security equipment vendor.

 Administers physical security controls for branch and office locations.

 Conducts interviews, investigates and recommends appropriate actions for internal and external fraud complaints.

 Serves as liaison with law enforcement agencies with security-related issues.

 Manages the contracted security guard service program for the Association.

 Addresses all security matters, as appropriate, and reports security issues to IT Manager. Assists Manager with preparation of required annual reports to the Board of Directors.

 Actively participates in security information-sharing organization(s) for relevant and up-to-date security news and information that may be useful to the bank; (e.g. Maryland Association for Bank Security). Reports relevant information to Manager and communicates important information to all employees.

 Performs periodic security audits for all Rosedale Federal locations. Composes formal reports of the audits and maintains the documentation. Presents reports to the IT Manager and other necessary personnel.

 Provides review and consultation of security factors with new buildings or renovations.

 Works collaboratively with Collections Manager, IT Manager and other necessary appropriate personnel to coordinate site visits and property inspections.


High school diploma or equivalent. College degree preferred.

 Five (5) years security-related experience with a concentration in physical security and working knowledge of investigations. Security experience in banking preferred.

 Knowledge of bank operations policies and procedures, internal controls and compliance requirements preferred.

 Knowledge of current trends in the industry.

 Knowledge of civil and criminal filing procedures.

 Excellent verbal and written communication skills.

 Solid interpersonal skills to interact effectively with all levels of staff and management.

 Ability to work independently, with minimal supervision and possess strong organization skills.

 Computer knowledge and skills to include word processing and spreadsheet applications.

 Ability to maintain concise records and files.

Position requires travel to branch and other business locations, and must be available for 24 hour call.

The contact person is Lydia Geigan lgeigan@rosedalefederal.com, 410-668-4400  ext 343.


Employment Opportunity Security

I am looking for a retired person who is looking to work part-time at a private school setting in the Lutherville/Timonium area of Baltimore County.

Currently I have two people that work an average of 65 hours a week. The person I am looking to hire would fill in when one of the two people are not available to work (vacations, appointments, etc…) and also for special events where additional security is needed.

At this time, we normally have coverage when the school is open to employees and special events from 6:30 AM to 7:00 PM. There will be occasions when we may need to schedule security later in the evening for meetings/other events and some weekend days.

If you are interested in picking up a few hours a month please contact me on my cell or by email.
If you have a Resume, please email it to me.

See below for contact information:

The rate of pay is $25.00 an hour and the person will become an employee of the school.
All employees must submit to a criminal record check.


Bob Peck

Robert Gwynn Peck III
Consultant /Concierge and Home Management
Specializing in Education and Personal
Safety and Security Concerns
Retired Law Enforcement

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.