About Baltimore City Community College
Founded in 1947, Baltimore City Community College (BCCC) is a comprehensive, urban institution accredited by the Middle States Commission on Higher Education. The College's campus is located in West Baltimore; the institution also has several satellite locations throughout the city. With its broad range of degree and certificate programs, affordable tuition, and extensive outreach, BCCC offers educational opportunities to the citizens of Baltimore City and throughout the state of Maryland. BCCC serves more than 15,000* students annually, providing credits that transfer to four-year colleges and universities as well as workforce training leading directly to job placement. The College is proud of the fact that 100** nations are represented within the student body.
* Based on annual unduplicated credit and non-credit headcount for FY 2016. **Based on fall 2015 credit enrollment.
Requisition Number: 2017-038
Posting Start Date: 4/20/2017
Minimum Education: Not Specified
Additional Documentation: Transcripts Required (upload as other)
A Police Officer Supervisor is the supervisory level of law enforcement at the College. Employees in this classification supervise Police Officers, and Building Security personnel, performing campus policing to ensure the safety and security of the College, its students, employees, guests, buildings and property. This position receives general supervision from the Deputy Director and the Director of Public Safety.
Overview of position: Summary of position's responsibilities
A Police Supervisor is responsible to:
- Provide the full level of law enforcement work, enforcing laws, rules and regulations governing the safety and protection of individuals, buildings, and property
- Provide supervision, guidance, and/or assistance to police sergeants, lower level police officers and building guards
- Conduct training and continuing education for public safety personnel
- Respond to calls for assistance and emergency service and take appropriate supervisory action
- Conduct the investigation of supervisor complaints and incidents involving public safety personnel
- Assist the Director and Deputy Director in the management and maintenance of the department's equipment
- Review and assist with cases for court, including testifying in court when necessary
- Interact with the college community and establish a rapport with the public
- Provide the public with safety information
- Conduct community related public safety programs
- Collaborate with local and state law enforcement agencies when needed
- Direct traffic and assist with crowd control
- Perform related duties as assigned
- Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing
- Ability to interpret and apply laws, policies and procedures
- Ability to determine when laws and college policies have been violated and taking appropriate actions
- Ability to supervise, train and lead Police Sergeants, lower level police officers, and security personnel
- Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with all members of the college community including students, faculty, staff, and administrators in a multicultural environment
- Ability to operate a police car, police radio and other equipment or weapons as required (i.e. handle baton, handcuffs, first aid equipment etc.)
- Ability to work effectively under pressure
- Ability to quickly analyze complex, sensitive and/or hazardous situations and issues and quickly devise solutions and action plans
- Ability to exercise sound judgement in evaluating situations and in making decisions
- Knowledge of modern law enforcement practices and methods
- Knowledge of related federal and state criminal laws
- Knowledge of the principles and methods of crime investigation, techniques or interrogation, and identification and preservation of physical evidence
- Knowledge of the laws and protocols of arrest and evidence
- Knowledge of the principles and methods of crime prevention
- Knowledge of the principles and practices of crowd control and group behavior
- Knowledge of police communications equipment
- Skill in the use of police equipment
Duties require physical health, strength, agility and stamina. The work may entail sitting, standing, walking, running, bending, stooping, reaching, lifting, crawling, kneeling, climbing and lifting and transporting both objects and persons. Work requires eye-hand coordination, manual dexterity, near vision acuity, and the ability to see and read printed material and computer screens. Duties involve oral, written, electronic and telephonic communication.
Employees in this classification receive supervision from the Director and Deputy Director of Public Safety.
- Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Law Enforcement or related field -OR-
- Two (2) years of permanent rank supervision experience as a Police Sergeant or a higher ranking position (in lieu of Bachelor's degree)
- Must be currently employed as a Maryland Police Training Commission Certified Police Officer; OR be formerly employed as such with a lapse in service no greater than three years OR demonstrate ability to obtain certification as described in the Code of Maryland Regulations (COMAR)
- Must possess an unrestricted non-commercial driver's license valid in the state of Maryland
- This position requires a background check
- This position requires a physical examination
- This is an essential/emergency position
- This position is subject to substance abuse testing in accordance with COMAR
- (5) years' experience preferred
- Experience in an institution of Higher Education
BCCC is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, creed, religion, national origin, alienage or citizenship status, age, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, marital or domestic/civil partnership status, disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, or any other basis protected by law.
Federal law requires employers to provide reasonable accommodation to qualified individuals with disabilities. Please tell us if you require a reasonable accommodation to apply for a job or to perform your job. Examples of reasonable accommodation include making a change to the application process or work procedures, providing documents in an alternate format, using a sign language interpreter, or using specialized equipment. Applicants needing accommodation for any part of the application and/or hiring process should request the accommodation from The Office of Human Resources office by contacting us at 410.209.6055 or HRComplianceCoordina@bccc.edu
For more information, view the EEO is the Law Poster and Pay Transparency Statement.