Location: OCONUS/CONUS/TBD, United States
# of Openings: 30
Police Advisors may perform the full range of law enforcement and policing functions, such as patrolling and responding to burglary, theft, assault, sexual assault, murder, disturbances and family dispute calls. Other duties may include enforcing traffic laws, issuing citations, apprehending violators, preparing and submitting reports of patrol activities.
Trainers: Advisors assigned as trainers will instruct local police officers in areas such as police patrol operations, police ethics, investigative methods and techniques, search and seizure requirements, firearms, defensive tactics, law and community relations. Advisors may be required to assess training needs and current programs in order to propose new courses, determine the feasibility and effectiveness of proposed courses, and identify instructors and resources required to implement new courses. Advisors may be required to develop curriculum and instruct in a classroom or field setting that relates to the knowledge, techniques and procedures necessary to execute the duties of police officers.
Mentors: Advisors assigned as mentors will frequently interact with members of the host nation law enforcement organization observing, monitoring and advising host nation personnel on the full range of law enforcement responsibilities and capabilities. Mentors do not typically engage in classroom training, but provide key on the job guidance and support to host nation law enforcement personnel.
Advisor applicants must meet the following minimum qualifications:
1. All advisors shall have a combined total of eight (8) years work experience with at least five (5) years experience in their
relevant field (i.e. for police advisors federal, state, municipal, and county law enforcement service; for corrections advisors correctional service; for justice advisors as an attorney, judge, or justice sector professional; for specialist advisors, professional experience directly related to their advisor skill set)
2. Advisors must be employed in the respective lines of work for which they are being considered (i.e. police officer, prosecutor, etc), or be recently retired/separated within the last five (5) years.
3. Ability to communicate in English (Foreign Service Institute standard level 4 for writing, reading comprehension, speaking for U.S. citizens and level 3 )
4. Valid U.S. driver’s license and ability to operate a standard transmission vehicle (an International Driving
Permit for U.S. expatriates)
5. Unblemished background
6. Excellent health and be able to pass requisite physical, medical and psychological tests appropriate to assigned mission/country
7. Valid U.S. passport
8. Negotiating, interpersonal and leadership skills
9. The ability and willingness to train other individuals in their area of expertise
10. Must pass a nine-panel drug test for THC, Cocaine, PCP (Phencyclidine), Opiates, Methamphetamine, Methadone, Amphetamine, Barbiturates, and Benzodiazepines.
Background investigations shall be performed on all staff employed under the CJPS contracts. Additonal minimum qualificationswill be addressed at the task order level.
Team Crucible is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veteran
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