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Police Department

Position:  Administrative Assistant
Deadline:  June 21, 2019 at 4:30 p.m.


POSITION SUMMARY: Under limited direction, performs various administrative and secretarial functions for a senior executive to include supervisory work necessary to coordinate and supervise police records and communications areas of the police department.

QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS

1.   Education and Training: High school diploma, GED or equivalent is required.

2.   Experience: At least three (3) years of prior experience required in work related to police telecommunications.

3.   Certification and Licensing: Must possess or be eligible to obtain a New Mexico driver’s license. Must be a certified dispatcher; must be certified as an NCIC (NationalCrimeInformationCenter) TAC (Terminal Agency Coordinator). Also must maintain certification by completing a specified number of hours of training bi-annually.

  1. Professional & Technical Skills: Thorough understanding of the UCR (Uniform Crime Reporting) System, NCIC (National Crime Information Center) System and DPS (Department of Public Safety) System and have a general working knowledge of all E911, PSAP and MSAG addressing and equipment. Good mathematical skills and ability to utilize standard office equipment including competent use of “Windows-based” word processing.
  2. Communication Skills: Strong communication skills are required, including ability to communicate rules and regulations to others, to write reports and other correspondence, and to read and interpret materials related to the field.

6.   Physical Requirements: Ability to lift and handle loads up to 25 pounds recommended; unaided ability to access files, move between Village offices, and a motor vehicle is recommended.

 PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

1.   Administrative Assistant:

            a:         Preparation and reporting of statistical data, including but not limited to UCR, CarFax IE.
            b.         Preparation of periodic internal reports;
            c.          Types confidential information, reports, statements, memorandums and other materials from copy, rough draft or                           other sources.
            d.          Establishes and/or maintains filing systems and records.
            e.          Schedules appointments and work schedules.
            f.           Makes reservations and schedules conferences and meetings.
            g.          Supervises in the collection, reporting and distribution of general administrative information.
            h.          Performs supervisory duties including the participation in the selection, training and evaluation to include one or                             more subordinate staff.
            i.           Establish and assign workload responsibilities, to include timely completion and quality and supervisory work                                 necessary to coordinate and supervise police
            j.           Organize, direct and review performance in areas of communications and records.
            k.          Assists in equipment/material purchasing.

  GENERAL CONDITIONS

1.   Residency: Employee must reside within reasonable commuting distance of the worksite.

2.   Code of Conduct: Employee is accountable for being informed of and complying with the Village’s code of conduct.

3.   Attitude: The employee is expected to exhibit an especially positive, constructive and cooperative attitude in the workplace and in relations with the public.

4.  Initiative: High levels of personal initiative, mature self-direction, and responsibility are expected in this position

Applications can be picked up at Village Hall or downloaded by clicking the link in the left sidebar.  Applications must be returned to Village Hall, 623 Uranium Avenue, Milan, NM 87021 by deadline closing.  The Village of Milan is an equal opportunity employer.




Position:  Police Officer
Deadline:  June 21, 2019 at 4:30 p.m.

POSITION SUMMARY: The Patrol Officer is responsible for the protection and promotion of public safety through enforcement of municipal, state and federal law in the Village of Milan, with specific responsibility for protecting life and property, preventing and suppressing crime and traffic accidents, affecting the arrest and aiding in the prosecution of violators, and providing general assistance to the citizenry.

QUALIFICATIONS & REQUIREMENTS

1.         Education, Training & certification: High School diploma, GED or equivalent       required; college course work preferred; Law Enforcement certified or must           possess or be able to acquire standard New Mexico driver’s license; must be bondable.
2.         Experience: No experience necessary but desirable.
3.         Knowledge: Must have thorough familiarity with applicable laws in the Village of            Milan and their enforcement, with particular knowledge of the disciplines       involved in patrol work; knowledge of the community is preferred.
4.         Skills:

            a.         Literacy/Communication: Must possess ability to read, understand, and                              apply instructions, manuals, laws, regulations and general literature in the                                    field, and to communicate such materials effectively to others; strong                             report writing ability required
            b.         Social: Ability to relate confidentially, positively and effectively with the                           public and with Village and department personnel is highly emphasized;                            advanced cooperative and teamwork skills.
            c.         Mechanical/Technical: Must possess competence in relevant computer                               applications and in the use of radio communications apparatus, weaponry,                         vehicles and other police equipment.
            d.         Professional/Managerial: Must demonstrate mastery of the essentials of                             law enforcement as applicable to police patrol work; must have ability to                                  manage multiple priorities and organize and execute own work without                                  detailed supervision or instruction.

5.         Physical Requirements:

            a.         Physical Stress: Excellent physical conditioning and mobility without significant limitation is highly recommended;                          must pass a physical assessment.
            b.         Mobility/Other: Unaided ability to efficiently operate a motor vehicle and office and radio communication                                          equipment is required.
6.         Other:
                        Position subject to rigorous background investigation; employee must be: ready and willing to work irregular hours in accordance with the needs and requirements of public safety as directed by law enforcement chain of command; able to work under pressure and with limited supervision after initial orientation and training in the position; pass a psychological examination.

PRINCIPAL RESPONSIBILITIES

1.         Professional/Technical: Diligently enforces the laws of the Village of Milan, the State of New Mexico, and the United States of America, performing a variety of law enforcement duties and functions, including but not limited to:

            a.         Crowd and traffic control;
            b.         Roadblocks, vehicle inspections, driver’s license and registration checks;
            c.         Radio communications, radar operations, weather and road conditions, monitoring and reporting;
            d.         Service of warrants, summons and subpoenas;
            e.         Testimony in judicial proceedings.

2.         Administrative: Ensures proper recording and communication of information related to patrol activities, including but not limited to:

            a.         Maintenance and management of records as necessary and required;
            b.         Preparation of reports, correspondence and other documents as required for internal management review and                              judicial and prosecution use;
            c.         Proper maintenance and care of assigned equipment and property.

3.         Coordination: Provides assistance to and communicates and cooperates with other law enforcement, public safety and judicial individuals and agencies, and assists with property investigation and documentation of cases for trial in consultation with other officers, the Sergeant, and other officials as required.

4.         Public Relations: Ensures an promotes positive relations with the general public,   performs public speaking functions, and participates as needed and feasible in community activities and organizations related to job safety.

5.         Other: Performs other police officer duties, including call response, as required and directed by the chain of command.

GENERAL CONDITIONS

1.         Residency: Employee must reside within reasonable commuting distance of the worksite.
2.         Code of Conduct: Employee is accountable for being informed of and complying with the Village’s Code of Conduct.
3.         Attitude: Employee is expected to exhibit a positive, constructive and cooperative attitude in the workplace and with the                general public.
4.         Initiative: High levels of personal initiative, mature self-direction, responsibility and leadership are expected of the                          employee in this position.
5.         Travel: Performance of this job is subject to extensive vehicular travel in and around the Village, and occasional travel                  out-of-community.

Applications can be picked up at Village Hall or downloaded by clicking the link in the left sidebar.  Applications must be returned to Village Hall, 623 Uranium Avenue, Milan, NM 87021 by deadline closing.  The Village of Milan is an equal opportunity employer.

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