Under the direction of the ICPR Senior Program Manager, and in collaboration with the Program Managers and other project team members, the Project Manager will support the Institute for Community Police Relations’ (ICPR) work within the IACP. This person will work on multiple federal and foundation funded project(s), including, but not limited to, the design and delivery of a pilot university curriculum, develop resources to help agencies engage with their communities to increase positive encounters and respect for law enforcement, refresh and update the Discover Policing website, create educational and comprehensive support materials on officer safety and wellness, and provide technical assistance for law enforcement agencies nationwide.
Oversee the redesign and update of the Discover Policing website to include new community awareness resources
Develop blogs, resources, and other tools to build trust and transparency between law enforcement officers and their communities
Develop, evaluate, and revise interactive, experiential curricula and training materials for law enforcement and college students on building trust
Prepare reports to funders
Organize and track details of project-related meetings and events including budget expenditures, logistics, and programmatic information
Plan meetings consisting of staff, consultants, law enforcement, and community partners
Create and support project outreach/marketing and information dissemination including presentations, articles, and social media
Manage consultant contracts, assignments, and reimbursements
Support budget and finance tracking according to IACP and federal guidelines as well as create federally required event requests
Maintain communication with project team, staff members, and national partners
Develop and provide support to other IACP team projects and events as needed
Assist with identification and development of grant solicitations/proposals
Other duties as assigned
Bachelor’s degree in subject-relevant field is required. Minimum of three years related experience
Familiarity and understanding of community policing
Experience managing a variety of projects and presentation/facilitation skills
Required Core Skills
Superior writing, editing, and communication skills
Analytical skills and ability to think through and troubleshoot problems from multiple perspectives
Ability to prioritize tasks and manage time
Proficiency in MS Word and Excel (knowledge of Access and computer graphics and design skills a plus)
Report and document preparation experience
Ability to account for and preserve project resources
Experience working collaboratively and productively with a team including law enforcement professionals, consultants, and federal partners
Occasional travel may be required
This is a grant funded position for which continuation funding will be sought
All interested candidates should submit a cover letter, resume and salary history.
All cover letters must contain the name of the position being applied for as well as the requisition number. Please note that applications received without all the requested information will not be forwarded for review.
All applications must be received by JUNE 22, 2018.
Internal Number: 1188
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