The International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) is known for its commitment to shaping the future of the policing profession. Through timely research, programming, and unparalleled training opportunities, the IACP is preparing current and emerging police leaders—and the agencies and communities they serve—to succeed in addressing the most pressing issues, threats, and challenges of the day.
The IACP is seeking a Program Manager to oversee the research and policy centers. The program manager will develop policy center related documents, translation documents for evidence-based findings, guide research efforts, and other organizational programs.
Manage and direct law enforcement related project/program objectives to include:
Produce and create resource tools, education, and technical assistance
Deliver materials and products as related and needed for the program.
Continually assess project activities
Assemble, train, and supervise professional staff.
Prepare detailed work and evaluation plans to achieve project objectives and measure progress/success
Build and sustain productive collaborations with granting representatives, professional associations, government officials, law enforcement leaders, and others as needed.
Conduct educational presentations about the projects and their resources; represent the program at national forums, working groups, and events.
Maintain liaison and remain current with the activities of relevant IACP committees and working groups.
Disseminate targeted technical assistance focused on identified common issues.
Manage design, development, and delivery of resources/products and nationwide training and technical assistance initiatives.
Manage design and implementation of project evaluation plans.
Sustain existing and identify new funding opportunities.
Ensure rules-compliant control of project budgets.
Other duties as assigned by the Assistant Director/Director.
Master’s degree required; PhD preferred.
Project management, research design, and policy development.
Demonstrated experience in law enforcement operations, law enforcement-focused professional endeavors (research, training, education), or a combination.
Lead role in developing and managing multiple complex projects is a preferred experience.
Supervisory experience is required.
Requires experience managing multiple projects, supervising teams and supporting individual employees, established success with drafting project design, developing federal and private grant proposals, curriculum design, development and evaluation, editing, and superior writing skills.
Up to 25% of travel may be required
The IACP offers an environment that encourages learning and open communication, and we often work in team (matrixed environment).
The workspace includes comfortable cubicle seating and standing desks.
Some travel may be required based on job responsibilities.
Light lifting, bending and reaching is required to include laptops, small boxes and luggage-if traveling.
How to Apply:
All interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume, and salary history.
All cover letters must contain the name of the position being applied for, as well as the requisition number. Please note that applications received without all the requested information will not be forwarded for review.
All applications must be received by October 18, 2019.
Please note that applications received without all the requested information will not be forwarded for review.
The IACP is an equal opportunity employer. Federal law prohibits discrimination in employment practices on the basis of race, color, religious affiliation, national origin, sex, age, or disability. No information requested on this application will be used for the purpose of excluding any applicant’s consideration for employment because of his or her race, color, religion, national origin, sex, or disability.
Internal Number: 1251
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