Job Descriptions & Pay
RMIN INTELLIGENCE SERVICES MANAGER
|Class Title:||RMIN INTELLIGENCE SERVICES MANAGER|
|Salary Schedule:||Approved Arizona Law Enforcement Merit System Council Salary Schedule|
|Summary Statement:||Under limited supervision, manages, plans, organizes, and supervises the activities of the RMIN Intelligence Services Section.
Exercises independent judgment and initiative in managing a major section Rocky Mountain Information Network. Performs related duties as assigned. This is a competitive classification.
|Essential Functions:||(not intended to be all inclusive)
1. Supervises assigned technical staff which may include those assigned to intelligence research and criminal intelligence analysis, fraud analysis, computer forensics, audio/video forensics, and publications. Establishes performance measures, goals, objectives, and priorities. Evaluates work performance. Coordinates training of staff. Interviews prospective employees.
2. Monitors the establishment, maintenance, retention, destruction and security of databases and files to ensure confidentiality, accuracy, proper dissemination and compliance with federal, state and local laws.
3. Creates, prepares, reviews and/or approves various intelligence and administrative documents to disseminate information and to ensure the required information is accurate and in compliance with established standards.
4. Reviews and analyzes files, documents, and work product to ensure completeness, accuracy and compliance with federal, state, and local laws, including the eight RMIN member states and section policies and procedures.
5. Remains current on job-specific procedures and law enforcement investigation and intelligence issues by reviewing analytical intelligence and law enforcement publications and bulletins and by attending meetings and training courses.
6. Directs the research, design, development, testing, and maintenance of operational databases, analytical software, hardware and peripheral equipment to enhance the quality of work products, improve productivity, and ensure equipment is functioning properly.
7. Gathers and summarizes data to provide accurate statistical information on case assignment and unit production to management.
8. Oversees the editing and publishing of the monthly RMIN Bulletin, as well as other special publications.
9. Determines equipment and software needs for support of member cases.
10. Supervises the analytical training program to ensure it is meeting the needs of the members.
11. Assists in budget planning by providing cost estimates regarding future needs for section operations.
|Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities Required:||Knowledge of:
1. federal, state, county and/or city statutes, rules, regulations, ordinances, codes, administrative orders, case law, policies, and procedures.
2. principles and practices of effective supervision.
3. research and analytical practices employed in the acquisition and dissemination of criminal intelligence information.
4. basic functions of computer and audio/video forensics.
5. basic functions of fraud examination.
6. the principles and techniques of publishing.
7. law enforcement and intelligence terminology.
8. report writing techniques required to produce intelligence reports in an appropriate format, link charts, association matrices, intelligence bulletins, other specialized forensics reports and graphic presentations.
9. federal, state, local, and national information resources that aid in an investigation or analytical report.
10. principles and techniques of inductive and deductive reasoning.
11. rules of evidence, Rule 6e material requirements and presentation of testimony and exhibits.
12. current conditions or trends (e.g. military, economic, cultural, geographical, social, etc.) in relation to targeted subjects/groups throughout the eight RMIN member states, nationally and internationally.
13. criminal and business law.
14. mathematical and statistical analysis techniques.
15. basic budgetary concepts.
1. researching, reading, and interpreting technical/analytical data.
2. comprehending technical and non-technical materials.
3. prioritizing and assigning tasks to meet deadlines.
4. establishing and maintaining effective working relationships with staff, coworkers, and representatives from other agencies, including those contacted in the course of conducting business.
5. preparing and presenting recommendations to upper management.
6. communicating orally and in writing.
7. identifying problems, analyzing alternatives, and making viable recommendations.
8. researching, gathering, organizing and analyzing data and drawing logical conclusions.
9. reviewing, proofreading, editing and verifying written materials for accuracy and adherence to policies and procedures.
10. interviewing techniques.
1. work with minimal supervision.
2. exercise sound judgment in safeguarding/ disseminating confidential or sensitive information.
3. communicate orally and in writing to all levels.
4. read, comprehend and interpret complex information.
5. plan, organize, coordinate and prioritize multiple tasks and projects.
6. perform detailed work with a high degree of accuracy.
7. operate specialized intelligence equipment (e.g. scanners, WORM, plotters, dialed number recorders, etc.).
WORKING CONDTIONS/PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:
Work is performed in an office setting. May be required to travel. May be required to carry up to 20 pounds.
Must be able to obtain a valid State of Arizona driver license.
|Minimum Qualifications:||Requires a Bachelor's degree from an accredited university or college and seven (7) years experience in a law enforcement agency in the enforcement or intelligence field.
Experience in U.S. military law enforcement and intelligence is also recognized as qualifying.
Must successfully complete the examination process.
FSLA Status: Exempt
Current as of: 7/23/2014 4:54:45 AM