responsibility of a Police Lieutenant is second-line supervision and
administration of programs. This
position is under the general supervision of a Police Captain, Assistant
Chief, and Chief of Police. This
position is responsible for the safety and security, on all University
properties, of all staff, students and the general public. This position is responsible for
implementing all departmental written directives and meeting established
goals. This position is responsible
for leading, directing, supervising, and training all Department personnel. This position works independently on
matters of resource allocation, investigative management, scheduling of
department personnel, recruitment and hiring, crime prevention programs and
daily administrative assignments.
Administration, leadership and supervison
of line staff, supervisors, sergeants and investigative personnel in
the Support, Planning and Development, Administration and Field
Services Divisions; evaluate performance of supervisors and staff; make
hiring recommendations; direct and review employee training; supervise implementation
of departmental written directives within legal standards and University
policies; serve as departmental representative with Dane County Court
Commissioner and judges, District Attorney personnel and U.W. Legal
representatives; develop and implement departmental written directives;
inform first line and supervisory staff of how written directives relate to
departmental goals and objectives; assign personnel to special events,
crime prevention and criminal investigations; attend management team
meetings; establish and manage effective relationships with local law
enforcement agencies, University departments, news media representatives,
social service agencies, emergency management agencies, and special
interest groups; maintain high level of competence in law enforcement and
community policing techniques; maintain high level of police skills in
areas of firearms, C.P.R., communication skills, defense and arrest
tactics, emergency vehicle operation and use of all police equipment;
testify in criminal or civil court; and serve as the Manager on Call and
back-up Manager on Call as assigned.
UW-Madison Campus safety information and crime statistics/Annual Safety
Report, see http://www.safeu.wisc.edu/, or call the Office of
Human Resources at (608) 265-2257 for a paper copy.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
of the Constitution of the United States of America, the criminal justice
system including prosecution and judicial functions, the preparation of
reports and forms, community policing and problem oriented policing
techniques, investigative techniques, crowd management techniques, incident
command system, criminal court proceedings, court records and
administrative court decisions, and departmental standards of performance;
ability to clearly and completely communicate facts and ideas orally and in
writing, and to proofread and edit. Ability to learn and use a variety of
technology and software, knowledge of supervisory and managment
techniques and the ability to work under stress.
Apply online at: https://wisc.jobs/public/index.asp.
If you have not already done so, you will need to create an account.
After you are logged in and are viewing the announcement, click "Apply
Now". You will be asked to provide your personal information,
attach a resume, and then complete the application materials (by clicking
"View Exam Options" and then "Take Exam"). Follow
the instructions to provide complete answers to the exam questions which
will be presented online. Your responses are considered an
examination and will be used to determine your eligibility for this
vacancy. Incomplete or late applications will not be considered.
Completed application materials must be submitted by March 15, 2013.
Materials will be reviewed and the most qualified applicants will be
invited to participate in the next step of the selection process.