Collin College — Director of Law Enforcement Academy

Director of Collin College Law Enforcement Academy Available Now
Collin College McKinney, Texas

Collin College is looking for a law enforcement “super star”– someone who wants to make a difference at a college that is on the move. With a $37 million, 110,000 sq. ft. new state-of-the- art Public Safety Training Center opening in Fall 2018, this is a remarkable opportunity for the right candidate to make significant contributions within a growing, fiscally sound, multi-campus community college district.

With more than 2,500 outstanding faculty, staff, and administrators, Collin College serves 53,000 plus students annually in the North Texas region in campuses and centers that are beautifully designed and located in thriving communities. While offering the lowest tuition in the state as well as one of the lowest tax rates, the college returns over a half billion dollars in economic impact to the region per year. In response to the staggering growth and projected growth of Collin and Rockwall Counties, the college’s master plan calls for significant expansion over the next 5-7 years with new campuses and centers and vibrant academic and technical programs.

Please review the job summary for the Director of Law Enforcement Academy at http://jobs.collin.edu and apply today to join a progressive organization that is passionate about our core values of learning, service and involvement, creativity and innovation, academic excellence, dignity and respect, and integrity. Collin College is absolutely committed to delivering a brighter future for our students and communities and we are looking for the right individual to join our team!

Requirements include an earned Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution and five (5) years of related experience that includes two (2) years of supervisory experience.

Related experience includes serving as a Basic Peace Officer with field experience or serving in another significant Law Enforcement position. Must hold a valid TCOLE instructor license or certificate or be eligible to obtain within 90 days of employment.

Applications must include a cover letter and concise résumé/vitae along with the names and contact information of five (5) professional references. Complete applications will also include a one-page executive summary of your philosophy regarding student success. Collin College is truly student focused and we are committed to working with every student who chooses us.

Your job will be to serve as a champion is to help the Law Enforcement Academy achieve more and serve the needs of our communities.

Desired qualities include working collaboratively with administration, faculty, and staff to achieve the mission of serving students first and foremost without excuses; and exhibiting a positive outlook and good humor.

This position is open until filled.  Candidates who have their completed materials submitted by

October 2, 2017, will be assured full consideration.

Job Code:  S1963
Job Title:  Director Law Enforcement
Employee Type:  FT-Staff
FLSA Status:  Exempt
IPEDS Code:  30 – Professionals
Travel:  0 – 10%

Salary Range:  107
Minimum:  $75,913
1st Quartile:  $83,504
Midpoint:  $94,891
Maximum:  $113,869

***Please note that the hiring salary for full-time positions is between the Minimum and the 1st Quartile of the Salary Range above, depending on the number of years of experience. The hiring range for part-time positions is the minimum hourly rate.***

Education Requirements:
Requirements include an earned Bachelor’s degree from a regionally accredited institution and five (5) years of related experience that includes two (2) years of supervisory experience.

Related experience includes serving as a Basic Peace Officer with field experience or serving in another significant Law Enforcement position. Must hold a valid TCOLE instructor license or certificate or be eligible to obtain within 90 days of employment.

Essential Job Functions:
Participate with the Dean and others in strategic and academic cycle planning at the college, division, program, advisory committee and course levels, including development and maintenance of affiliation and partnership agreements for experiential and tactical training to augment the program, as applicable. Schedule and facilitate Advisory Committee meetings annually.

Plan, develop, implement, maintain and evaluate the assigned area’s instructional programs and processes. Provide leadership for the evaluation and review of existing curriculum and the development and adoption of new programs and courses within the department. Develop and manage class schedules within the academy and the Indoor Pistol Range and assign instructors in accordance with District policies. Ensure that classes meet as scheduled or that suitable arrangements are made. Ensure maintenance of course outlines, syllabi, adoption of textbooks and other relevant teaching materials, as applicable. Maintain effective communication with the Dean and others.

Teach courses as assigned and allowed by professional regulatory agencies.

Supervise day to day management and evaluation of the program, full-time and associate faculty and staff, facilities and resources to accomplish safe and effective program delivery and coordination of division activities and projects.

Participates with the Dean and others in the on-going, systematic evaluation of the division, program, curriculum, learning resources, and student learning outcomes including production and preservation of program/student records.

Participate with the Dean in the fiscal planning and management of the program and its resources.

Maintain regulatory compliance associated with the program’s field of practice and education, including implementation of college policy and division and program procedures, compliance with the Texas Higher Education Coordinating Board standards and compliance with appropriate regulatory and educational accreditation standards including production of accreditation self-study documents and reports.

Recruit, orient, train, and supervise a culturally diverse staff. Participate in search committees and recommend to the Dean full-time faculty, associate faculty and staff hires, as applicable.

Foster positive human relations and team work among faculty, staff, and students and across all programs and college services. Develop and maintain positive working relationships with area law enforcement departments.

Manage appropriate student admission, advisement, progression, graduation, certification, handbooks and licensing processes for the program. Remain current on Texas Commission on Law Enforcement regulations.

Maintain accurate and complete program records including curriculum and resource evaluation and development, systematic evaluation, course evaluation, student evaluation, advisory minutes and accreditation documents.

Attend and participate in professional development activities and participate in service to the college, including college graduation and department graduations.

Other duties as assigned.

Performs all duties and maintains all standards in accordance with college policies, procedures and Core Values.

***This is a Security Sensitive position. Therefore candidates will be subject to a criminal background check.***

Please follow this link to apply:
https://collin.hua.hrsmart.com/hrsmart/ats/Posting/view/3039

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