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National Institutes of Health Supervisory Police Officer (Sergeant) in Hamilton, Montana

Summary If you are a knowledgeable, talented, and motivated individual and have experience in the application of police methods and techniques, consider joining the Division of Police. The responsibility of the position is the investigation, apprehension, or detention of persons suspected of offenses against any criminal laws of the United States. Responsibilities If selected for this position as a GS-0083-09 Supervisor Police Officer (Sergeant) your duties may include, but are not limited to the following: Performs the full range of supervisory responsibilities, including planning and assigning work to staff based on priorities and schedules, balancing workload, and adjusting schedules and duty assignments as necessary among subordinate staff. Provide advice and guidance on both operational and administrative matters, monitor assigned work, review job performance, provide reports to higher level supervisors. Evaluate job performance of subordinates throughout the rating year. Identifies developmental and training needs. Assists in training officers in the procedures used by NIH Division of Police. Responsibility for investigation, apprehension, and detention of persons suspected of offenses against all applicable criminal laws of the United States. Provides leadership and supervision to police officers and lead police officers. Supervises and leads others in investigating complaints brought by a variety of persons. Responds to alarms and calls involving crimes in progress and provides command supervision and leadership to staff on the scene and others in questioning individuals to determine the extent of the emergency. Acts promptly, decisively, and judiciously to analyze facts and take corrective actions that may involve decisions to make arrests or issue citations. Executes search and arrest warrants. Manages crime scenes and accident scenes. Administers first aid to the injured as required. Uses knowledge of police procedures, methods, and rules of evidence to conduct internal and external investigations. Collaborates with prosecuting attorneys to present cases and pursue criminal charges. Prepares testimony for presentation in court and follows through, as necessary, until final disposition. Assists subordinate officers in the proper execution of the paperwork necessary to proceed forward with criminal cases. Executes all incident and criminal reports in the appropriate format. Assumes incident command and coordinates emergency response to critical incidents. Qualifies and maintains proficiency with assigned duty weapons. Performs a wide range of technical and administrative functions representing the senior management of the Division. Acts in place of the Lieutenant in their absence. Requirements Conditions of Employment Qualifications You qualify at the GS-09 level, if you meet one of the following qualification requirements: You must demonstrate in your resume at least one (1) year of qualifying experience equivalent to at least the GS-08 level in the Federal service obtained in either the private or public sector, performing the following types of tasks: investigating, apprehending, and detaining persons suspected of criminal law offenses; responding to alarms and calls involving crimes in progress; preparing and maintaining reports and records on police activities; and managing and supervising, a civilian police force. Do not copy and paste the duties, specialized experience, or occupational assessment questionnaire from this announcement into your resume as that will not be considered a demonstration of your qualifications for this position. You will receive credit for all experience material to the position, including experience gained in religious, civic, welfare, service, and organizational activities, regardless of whether you received pay. Preview assessment questionnaire before you apply: Education Additional Information If you are unable to apply online or need to fax a document you do not have in electronic form, view the following link for information regarding an Alternate Application. This position is designated as an "emergency essential" position and the selected candidate will be considered an "emergency essential" employee and will be required to be available, ready, willing, and able to report for duty under all circumstances (e.g., inclement weather, government closings and holidays, lapses in appropriations, non-emergency and emergency situations) for operation 24 hours a day and 365 days per year coverage. A one-year supervisory probationary period may be required upon selection/placement. A one-year probationary period may be required upon selection/placement. Veterans' Preference applies only to Schedule A (disability appointment) and Veterans Recruitment Appointments (if applicable). The National Institutes of Health participates in the USCIS Electronic Employment Eligibility Verification Program (E-Verify). E-Verify helps employers determine employment eligibility of new hires and the validity of their Social Security numbers. The NIH maintains a tobacco free work environment and campus. Must be able to perform the essential duties of the position, with or without reasonable accommodation. Visit our Applicant FAQs page for helpful information on the application process. Visit our Total Compensation page and this sample for a detailed look into the benefits, awards, leave, retirement, and other incentives employees may receive as part of a rewarding work environment.