UNC System Public Safety Training Director

Website University of North Carolina System

About the Opportunity
The UNC System Public Safety Training Director will lead and oversee the on-site planning, directing, and maintaining of the UNC System’s Public Safety Training Program at the North Carolina Department of Public Safety (DPS) Samarcand Training Academy. The position will be responsible for providing direction, development, and delivery of all training programs and provide leadership and logistical support to the UNC System’s public safety instructor staff and non-affiliated instructors. The position will create and maintain an affinity group network with all UNC System Public Safety/Law Enforcement instructors; to include curating a master list of certified instructors and their fields of expertise. Work duties include responsibility for planning, developing, implementing, and evaluating all public safety/criminal justice-related training courses; identifying and developing financial and budgetary plans for educational and training programs; liaising with DPS staff at Samarcand Training Academy to address all logistical needs for inbound UNC System training cohorts; developing and negotiating contractual and temporary teaching agreements with non-affiliated instructors and staff as needed.

The UNC System Public Safety Training Director will report to the UNC System VP of Safety and Enterprise Risk Management. Position will be housed at the Samarcand Training Facility Jackson Springs, North Carolina.

Minimum Education, Experience, and Skills
Master’s degree in Criminal Justice/Emergency Management/Homeland Security; and five (5) years of work experience in the administration of public safety, emergency management, or business continuity operations. Or Five (5) to seven (7) years of experience as an instructor; experience serving in the field of Higher Education-based policing and emergency management training (specifically, ICS 100, 200, & 300 programming) . Or graduation from an accredited college or university with a bachelor’s degree and seven (7) years of progressively responsible work experience in the administration of public safety, or an equivalent combination of training and experience as defined above. Sworn law enforcement experience is required.

Required Competencies
Meet General Instructor certification qualifications through the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education & Training Standards Commission

To apply for this job please visit northcarolina.csod.com.

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