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  • December 09, 2019 10:45 AM | Jared Oakden, CPP, PSP (Administrator)

    Olathe, KS

    $100,000 - $120,000 a year

    ITRenew is hiring a charismatic Facilities Manager to manage and build out a 320,000 square feet facility. The Facility Manager reports to the Director of Operations and is responsible for the operations of their Facility. This includes but is not limited to data security, data sanitation, customer brand protection, staff and fleet operations, sales, shipping, inventory, logistics, and all customer service related duties. Furthermore, the Facilities Manager is responsible for all compliance and safety related operations, two-way safety communication with all employees, and the maintenance and administration of the ISO 9001, ISO 14001, OHSAS 18001 and Responsible Recycling (R2) Certifications.


    • Financial responsibility and personnel management for facility operations
    • Development of documentation, procedures, and training materials as required by the Certifications
    • Management Representative responsibilities as required by the Certifications
    • Protection of Customer Brand, data security and confidential information
    • Implementation of the branch growth goals and objectives
    • Compliance with all applicable company and environmental, health, and safety regulations, as well as quality standards
    • Other responsibilities as assigned by Management


    • Bachelor’s degree with minimum 4 years managerial experience in a warehouse, supply chain, manufacturing or distribution setting preferred.
    • Experience in building out and staffing a large facility
    • Highly organized, a proven planner, and ability to think quickly and accurately
    • Ability to lead, manage, train, motivate and mentor personnel
    • Team oriented with strong written and verbal skills
    • Ability to lift or move up to 50 pounds required
    • Manual dexterity required for operating tools and equipment

    Job Type: Full-time

    Salary: $100,000.00 to $120,000.00 /year


    • warehouse facilities management: 3 years (Required)
    • People Management: 3 years (Required)
    • compliance and safety: 3 years (Required)


    • Olathe, KS (Required)

    Work authorization:

    • United States (Required)

    Required travel:

    • 25% (Required)

    Work Location:

    • One location


    • Health insurance
    • Dental insurance
    • Vision insurance


    • Monday to Friday

  • December 09, 2019 10:44 AM | Jared Oakden, CPP, PSP (Administrator)

    Colby, KS 67701

    SALARY - $44,500-$55,000, depending on credentials and experience.

    Job Description

    Colby Community College (CCC) is seeking a qualified full-time Director of Security to preserve the peace, provide general police services and enforce municipal, county, state, and federal laws, as well as the rules and regulations of CCC. The Director of Security helps establish a uniform police presence on campus and is responsible for campus law enforcement to ensure the protection of college personnel, students, property, and equipment. The Director of Security is required to work in all weather conditions, as well as varying hours and shifts both days and nights with periodic rotations and changes in work schedules, including being available for call back duty as required. The Director of Security encounters emergencies, as well as dangerous, potentially hazardous situations and materials, therefore this position must be proficient in the high liability skills as defined by the Kansas Law Enforcement Training Center.

    The role of the Director of Security is to be the first responder for all campus emergencies. The officer notifies the Emergency Response Team and other appropriate personnel accordingly. They will also contact the appropriate emergency agencies depending on situations and will assist the emergency agencies when they arrive on campus.

    The Director of Security reports to the Dean of Student Affairs.

    Responsibilities and Duties:

    • Enforce the law courteously, tactfully, firmly, impartially and ethically.
    • Patrol assigned areas, assist students, staff and the public; observe infractions and/or violations taking action as appropriate.
    • Report unsafe or suspicious incidents taking appropriate action as necessary.
    • Report unsafe conditions such as obstructions on streets or sidewalks, holes, leaking or faulty utility services, or other unusual conditions that might endanger the public.
    • Respond to calls for service and investigate problems, disturbances, traffic accidents, crimes, emergencies, and other incidents; provide assistance and prepare related incident reports.
    • Perform regular security checks of all building and provide parking and traffic enforcement.
    • Conduct accident and crime investigations; prepare comprehensive, complete reports in clear and accurate detail noting observations and actions taken.
    • Provide security for various events.
    • Maintain proper care of weapons, radios, and other law enforcement equipment to ensure operational readiness
    • Educate and counsel students, faculty, and staff on crime prevention techniques and proper safety practices.
    • Prepare and preserve evidence in accordance with directives to maintain chain of custody; provide assistance to other law enforcement agencies as per mutual aid agreements;
    • Administer first aid as necessary and maintain current first responder certifications at all times.
    • Maintain strict confidentiality and privacy according to college rule and the law.
    • Serve on both the Emergency Response Team and Crisis Management Committee.
    • Provide service excellence through courteous, informed, accessible and professional engagement.
    • Responsible for all Clery reporting and maintaining clear and accurate records for review each year.
    • Provide knowledge of Title IX and lead internal investigations
    • Perform other duties as assigned.


    • Communication – able to effectively communicate in a professional, diplomatic, empathetic, and tactful manner using preferred method and level as applicable to the job.
    • Team Orientation & Interpersonal – highly motivated team-player with the ability to develop and maintain collaborative relationships with all levels within and external to the organization.
    • Ability to work successfully in a multi-cultural environment.
    • Organization & Time Management – able to plan, schedule, and organize tasks related to the job to achieve goals within or ahead of established periods.
    • Relationship Management – able to provide a high level of interactive service to others, building relationships and addressing identified needs.
    • Adaptability to Change – able to be flexible and supportive, able to positively and proactively assimilate change in a rapid growth environment.
    • Analytical Aptitude & Problem Solving - able to analyze information, problems, situations, practices and/or procedures, collect and interpret data, reason logically, establish facts, identify and define existing and potential issues, recognize the interrelationships among elements, draw valid conclusions, develop recommendations, as well as alternative courses of action, select appropriate course, follow up and evaluate.
    • Ability to remain calm, exercise good judgment, respond swiftly, effectively, and appropriately to emergency and high-stress situations.
    • Ability to expeditiously organize, coordinate, manage, prioritize, and perform multiple tasks simultaneously to swiftly assess a situation, determine a logical course of action, and apply the appropriate response.
    • Results Orientation – proven ability to set and exceed established targets.
    • Systems and Software - a proficient level of knowledge of Microsoft Office and/or relevant position software programs.
    • Ethics – able to demonstrate integrity, professionalism, civility, and a high degree of ethics in all job-related actions.

    This is a twelve (12) month position with some night and weekend work. While minimal, some travel is expected for this position.

    $44,500-$55,000, depending on credentials and experience.

    Flexible benefits program that includes options for single and family health and dental coverage, life insurance, reimbursement accounts, sick leave, and vacation leave allowances. Participation in the state retirement program is required.

    The position will be open until filled. To be considered, applicants must submit a letter of application, resume, all postsecondary transcripts and references to:

    Colby Community College
    ATTN: Human Resources
    1255 S. Range
    Colby, KS 67701

    Materials may be emailed to hr(at)colbycc.edu.



    • High school diploma or equivalent and must currently be certified as a Kansas Law Enforcement Officer.
    • Five or more years’ experience serving in law enforcement.
    • Must maintain certifications and attend annual trainings.


    • Associate degree in criminal justice or relevant field, and has knowledge of crime prevention and/or community policing concepts.
    • Experience working on a college campus.

    Additional Information

    CCC is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to diversifying its workforce and encourages applications from women, members of minority groups, individuals with disabilities and veterans.

    The successful candidate for this position will be subject to a background check.

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  • December 09, 2019 10:43 AM | Jared Oakden, CPP, PSP (Administrator)

    Kansas City, KS

    $105,664 - $137,366 a year



    Why work for the Federal Bureau of Prisons?

    You can have a meaningful career with an agency that truly values a diverse workforce. You will find a diverse workforce employed from entry level jobs to senior management positions. We protect public safety by ensuring federal offenders serve their sentences of imprisonment in facilities that are safe, humane, and provide reentry programming. Employees at correctional facilities perform correctional work regardless of their specific occupation.


    The incumbent is the Regional Correctional Services Administrator for a region within the Federal Bureau of Prisons (BOP). Under the general direction of the Deputy Regional Director, the incumbent serves as the technical advisor and administrative manager over the correctional services area. The administrator must demonstrate flexibility, creativity, and considerable management expertise in managing correctional services activities throughout the region and in doing so, promote the philosophy and goals of the Bureau of Prisons.

    The incumbent is responsible for the overall mission of correctional services in the region. This requires effective leadership and management oversight of inspections for the purpose of evaluating correctional services, facilities, operations, personnel and institutional security, and determines measures required to meet acceptable standards and policies. The incumbent prepares comprehensive reports of observations, findings and evaluations to his/her supervisor with recommendations for procedural changes and/or corrective action where indicated.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Travel may be required for work related issues.

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


    • Job family (Series)

    0006 Correctional Institution Administration

    • Requirements


    Conditions of Employment

    • U.S. Citizenship is Required.
    • See Special Conditions of Employment Section.

    The Career Transition Assistance Plan (CTAP) provides eligible surplus and displaced competitive service employees in the Department of Justice with selection priority over other candidates for competitive service vacancies. If your Department of Justice component has notified you in writing that you are a surplus or displaced employee eligible for CTAP eligibility, you may receive selection priority if: 1) this vacancy is within your CTAP eligibility; 2) you apply under the instructions in this announcement; and 3) you are found well qualified for this vacancy. To be well qualified, you must satisfy all qualification requirements for the vacant position and score 85 or better on established ranking criteria. You must provide a copy of your written notification of CTAP eligibility with your application. Additional information about CTAP eligibility is at: Click Here


    To be considered for the position, you must meet the following qualification requirements:


    There is no substitution of education for specialized experience for this position.


    You must have at least one year of specialized experience equivalent in difficulty and complexity to the next lower grade- level in federal service. Specialized experience is directly related experience that included substantial involvement with a correctional program and provided a thorough knowledge of correctional techniques, or experience in meeting and dealing with people that demonstrated the ability to work effectively with inmates and associates in a correctional environment. Experience must have also demonstrated the ability to perform supervisory or administrative duties successfully. This includes (1) understanding the problems of custody, treatment, training, and release of inmates of penal or correctional institutions; (2) a thorough and comprehensive knowledge of an institution's internal policies, programs, regulations, and procedures; and (3) training subordinates, coordinating and directing activities and functions, evaluating performance of operations and the effectiveness of programs, and maintaining high standards or work objectives. This experience must have been gained in an administrative position, or in other positions that included the successful direction, or assistance in the direction of, an entire correctional program or a major phase of such a program.

    Some examples of this qualifying experience are:

    • Experience overseeing inspections of designated security and correctional operations involving such features as key control, tool control, inmate movements, count systems, locking devices, control center, armed posts, entrances and exits, care and use of firearms, and special housing units.
    • Experience analyzing findings upon completion of inspections to ensure compliance with established Correctional Services requirements and preparing reports with recommendations for procedural changes and/or corrective action where indicated.
    • Experience reviewing material on inmates suspected of being prison gang members and confirming or denying the gang member's status.
    • Experience analyzing correctional post assignments to determine required personnel complement. Reviewing and advising institution officials in the preparation of post orders, defining duties and security responsibilities of officers assigned.
    • Experience evaluating and reviewing the effectiveness of escape and riot control plans, work details and other operations involving institution security.

    Credit will be given for paid and unpaid experience. To receive proper credit, you must show the actual time (such as number of hours worked per week) spent in the activities.

    **Your eligibility for consideration will be based on your responses to the questions in the application.**


    See Qualifications Section for education requirements, if applicable.

    ONLY if education is a requirement/substitution for specialized experience, applicant MUST upload legible transcripts as verification of educational requirement. Transcripts MUST be uploaded and electronically linked from USAJOBS at the time you apply and MUST include identifying information to include School Name, Student Name, Degree and Date Awarded (if applicable). All academic degrees and coursework must be completed at a college or university that has obtained accreditation or pre-accreditation status from an accrediting body recognized by the U.S. Department of Education. For a list of schools that meet this criteria, Click Here.

    Foreign Education: For information regarding foreign education requirements, please see Foreign Diploma and Credit Recognition at the U.S. Department of Education website: Recognition of Foreign Qualifications

    If you are selected for this position and qualified based on education (i.e. basic education requirement and/or substitution of education), you will be required to provide an OFFICIAL transcript prior to your first day on duty.

    Additional information

    This position IS NOT included in the bargaining unit.

    The representative rate for this position is $116,232 per annum ($55.69 per hour).

    Special Conditions of Employment Section:

    Initial appointment to a supervisory/managerial position requires a one-year probationary period.

    The incumbent is subject to geographic relocation to meet the needs of the agency.

    Appointment is subject to satisfactory completion of a urinalysis, physical, and background investigation. All applicants are subject to National Crime Information Center (NCIC) and credit checks.

    The addresses listed on the USAJOBS account/resume must be the primary residence at the time of application. You may be required to provide proof of residence.

    Additional selections may be made if vacancies occur within the life of the certificate.

    Current Federal Law Enforcement Employees:

    Individuals selected who are under the Federal Employees Retirement System (FERS) or Civil Service Retirement System (CSRS) and who have not had three years "primary" law enforcement retirement coverage, will not be covered by law enforcement retirement while in this position. To regain coverage, individuals must return to a position with "primary" coverage.

    How You Will Be Evaluated

    You will be evaluated for this job based on how well you meet the qualifications above.

    If your composite score exceeds the average score for this job, your resume and supporting documentation will be compared to your online assessment questionnaire responses and utilized to determine whether you meet the job qualifications listed in this announcement. If you rate yourself higher than what is supported by your application materials, your responses may be adjusted and/or you may be excluded from consideration for this job. If you are found to be among the top candidates, you will be referred to the selecting official for employment consideration.

    There are several parts of the application process that affect the overall evaluation of your application:

    • Your resume, which is part of your USAJOBS profile;
    • Your responses to the eligibility questions;
    • Your responses to the online assessment questionnaire;
    • Your supporting documentation, if required.

    Time-in-Grade: Federal employees must meet time-in-grade requirements for consideration. You must meet all qualification requirements upon the closing date of this announcement.

    What Competencies/Knowledge, Skills and Abilities are Required for this Position?

    The following Competencies/Knowledge, Skills and Abilities (KSA's) are required:

    • Ability to communicate orally.
    • Ability to communicate in writing.
    • Ability to analyze information and make recommendations, particularly in regards to the formulation of policy, plans and/or programs.
    • Knowledge of correctional institution management/administration.
    • Ability to interpret and apply policy.
    • Ability to supervise and develop the potential of subordinates.

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    Background checks and security clearance

    Security clearance


    Drug test required


    • Required Documents

    Required Documents

    • Resume showing relevant experience (cover letter optional).
    • In order to receive credit for experience contained in a resume, your employment history must be documented in month/year format (MM/YYYY), reflecting starting date and ending date and include the number of hours worked per week. Failure to follow this format may result in disqualification.
    • Current or former Federal employees NOT employed by the Bureau of Prisons MUST submit a copy of their SF-50 Form which shows competitive service appointment, tenure group, and salary. If you have promotion potential in your current position, please provide proof. If you are applying for a higher grade, and your experience was gained at a Federal agency other than the Bureau of Prisons, you MUST provide the SF-50 Form which verifies the length of time you have been in your highest grade and supports your claim for time in grade.
    • Employees applying with an interchange agreement must provide proof of their permanent appointment.
    • Current federal employees NOT employed by the BOP and former federal employees MUST submit a copy of their latest yearly performance appraisal/evaluation.
    • Military Spouses who meet the requirement of Executive Order 13832 - must include marriage certificate and copy of active duty military members orders OR letter from VA OR DD214 describing 100% disability of spouse, OR SF-50. For more information Click Here.
    • CTAP, Click Here, if applicable.

    Failure to provide these documents could possibly result in removal from consideration for this vacancy. If uploading documentation, do not identify/save your documents utilizing a special character such as %, #, @, etc. Documentation should be identified/saved as VA Letter, DD214, or Transcripts.

    We cannot be held responsible for incompatible software, delays in mail service, applicant application errors, etc.

    If you are relying on your education to meet qualification requirements:

    Education must be accredited by an accrediting institution recognized by the U.S. Department of Education in order for it to be credited towards qualifications. Therefore, provide only the attendance and/or degrees from schools accredited by accrediting institutions recognized by the U.S. Department of Education.

    Failure to provide all of the required information as stated in this vacancy announcement may result in an ineligible rating or may affect the overall rating.

    • Benefits


    A career with the U.S. Government provides employees with a comprehensive benefits package. As a federal employee, you and your family will have access to a range of benefits that are designed to make your federal career very rewarding. Learn more about federal benefits.

    Eligibility for benefits depends on the type of position you hold and whether your position is full-time, part-time, or intermittent. Contact the hiring agency for more information on the specific benefits offered.

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  • December 09, 2019 10:43 AM | Jared Oakden, CPP, PSP (Administrator)

    Jefferson City, MO 65101

    $40,000 - $46,000 a year


    Are you a hardworking and detail-oriented individual who is dedicated to supporting law enforcement and emergency medical services? If so, the Department of Public Safety needs you as we strive to provide a safe and secure Missouri for all citizens and visitors!
    We are looking for a Homeland Security Specialist to develop programs intended to address homeland security priorities as defined by the five mission areas; prevention, protection, mitigation, response and recovery. Programs include counterterrorism, critical infrastructure protection, school safety, Emergency Support Function 13 and the homeland security information network. The Homeland Security Specialist will work with a team of law enforcement and emergency personnel from across the state to fulfill this role. Additionally, the Homeland Security Specialist will assist in the management of homeland security grants. This is a unique opportunity to have an impact on our state!
    Enjoy great benefits including paid time off, medical/vision/dental insurance, life insurance, and a retirement plan!

    Job Description:

    • This position will focus on planning, developing, implementing, coordinating, and evaluating various homeland security regional and statewide programs.
    • Prepares, maintains and submits program progress, status, and statistical assessments.
    • Reviews and/or revises program activities and associated documents to ensure compliance with laws,

    regulations, policies, plans and procedures as needed.

    • Researches, reviews, recommends, and prepares requests for proposals, bid specifications, project-related contracts for program needs and coordinates work with various associated points of contacts.
    • Assists the State Emergency Management Agency in support of Emergency Support Function 13.
    • Reviews grant applications and participates in the rating and eligibility determination process.
    • Monitors and tracks the progress of grant projects by maintaining regular contact with program administrators and maintain progress logs, status reports, and compliance records.
    • Conducts on-site performance audits to evaluate progress of projects and review grant files and contractual documents.

    Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:

    • General knowledge of the principles, practices, and objectives of local, regional, and state planning.
    • Knowledge of public safety compliance programs and their objectives, rules, and regulations.
    • Ability to plan and organize work activities to achieve program goals.
    • Strong communication skills.
    • Ability to travel.


    Bachelor’s degree with related coursework and four or more years’ experience as licensed peace officer preferred. Relevant education and experience may substitute for deficiencies.

    Job Posting Number:


    Opening Date:


    Closing Date:


    Number of Vacancies:



    Public Safety


    Lewis and Clark State Office Bldg., 1101 N. Riverside Dr., Jefferson City, MO




    Jefferson City



    Zip Code:


    Job Type:




    Salary Range:

    $40,000.00 - $46,000.00 Annual

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  • December 09, 2019 10:42 AM | Jared Oakden, CPP, PSP (Administrator)

    Lawton, OK 73502

    Position: Security Supervisor

    Department: Security

    Reports to: Director of Security

    FLSA Status: Salary, Exempt

    Minimum Qualifications

    • Associate Degree in Criminal Justice or Risk Management and one year of supervisory experience with an emphasis in all areas of security operations, asset protection and team member safety, or an equivalent combination of education and experience
    • Strong leadership skills and customer service orientation
    • Proven ability to work effectively with team members including management, and regulatory agency personnel
    • Strong computer skills and an effective working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite products. Experience with security-related management, information and reporting systems preferred
    • In-depth knowledge of federal and state laws and local ordinances and regulations pertaining to security, surveillance, life/safety requirements, and applicable elements of employment law
    • Experience with and knowledge of applicable federal, state, and/or regulatory agency reporting requirements regarding security and gaming surveillance
    • Aptitude to solve problems and deal with a variety of situations
    • Strong written and oral communication skills, and the ability to interpret a variety of instructions furnished in written, oral, diagram, or schedule form.

    Essential Functions

    • Portray a positive attitude under all circumstances, understand and represent the core values of Apache Casino Hotel and live the mission of providing exceptional service at all times.
    • Serve as Security Department supervisor and leader during your shift, planning and directing all security-related activities on assigned shift, supervising officers? activities to provide security for guests, team members and company property, ensuring effective communication between all areas of the casino as it relates to the guest experience.
    • Patrol the casino property and parking lot, providing timely assistance and service.
    • Use knowledge of applicable regulations, laws, internal policies/procedures, and internal control protocols to ensure compliance.
    • Conduct property internal investigations involving team member or customer-related activities and incidents, preparing reports as required, including follow-up to criminal reports when necessary.
    • Create work schedules for the team, provide on-the-job training, reviewing performance, timely completing evaluations, motivating and developing team members and morale through mentoring, coaching and providing performance feedback.
    • Ensure officers assigned to your shift comply with appearance and attendance standards, encouraging use of components of the Eye, Hi, Goodbye program.
    • Investigate team member complaints and make recommendations to the Director.
    • Study procedures to suggest and standardization and improvements in efficiency.
    • Perform other related duties as may be assigned by reporting supervisor.

    Core Competencies

    • Adhere to and act in accordance with all casino policies and procedures, and applicable federal, state and local regulations
    • Maintain a neat, clean and well-groomed appearance (specific standards may apply departmentally based on uniform requirements). Where uniforms are required, they must be clean and pressed at the beginning of each shift
    • Understand and comply with the Eye, Hi, Goodbye program
    • Competency to follow detailed procedures and ensure accuracy in documentation, carefully monitoring processes and routine work details
    • Ability to clearly present information verbally and in writing; read and interpret complex information; actively listen and talk with guests and team members
    • Ability to maintain a calm demeanor during stressful situations
    • Demonstrate a high level of service delivery to ensure guest and team member satisfaction; handle service failures and prioritize guest and team member needs
    • Prepare for known problems and opportunities in advance; willingness to undertake additional responsibilities and respond to situations as they arise
    • Maintain high standards despite pressing deadlines; reinforce excellence as a fundamental priority
    • Capable of using tact, maintaining confidences, and fostering an ethical work environment; giving proper credit to others, and handling situations honestly
    • Ability to adapt behavior to others? styles, interact with people who have different values, culture, or backgrounds, be of service to difficult people, optimize the benefits of having a diverse workforce, developing rapport with others and recognizing their concerns and feelings to build and maintain long-term associations based on trust
    • Share due credit with team members; display team spirit, enthusiasm and promote a friendly group working environment; work closely with other departments as necessary; support group decisions and solicit opinions from fellow team members
    • Ability to operate various types of equipment used in your department, for example personal computers, two-way radios and other departmental-related equipment, printers, copy machines, facsimile machines, and telephone

    Physical Demands and Work Environment

    The physical demands and work environment characteristics described are representative of those that must be met by a team member to successfully perform the essential job functions.

    While performing job duties the team member may be occasionally required to sit, use hands to finger, handle, or feel, reach with hands and arms, and talk or hear. The team member may be required to stand for prolonged periods in confined spaces, work in extreme outdoor temperatures, walk, climb or balance, and stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl. The team member must occasionally lift, move, push, pull and/or drag up to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, color vision, peripheral vision, depth perception, and ability to adjust focus.

    While performing job duties the team member is regularly exposed to risks associated with travel between buildings and back and forth to other areas as may be required due to business demands. The team member is occasionally exposed to fumes or airborne particles, including second-hand environmental smoke. The noise level in the work environment varies from light to moderate, and there are fluctuations in lighting due to flashing lights from slot machines and band lighting.

    At a minimum, the selected candidate will be required to pass a background check and drug-screening test, and obtain a gaming license.

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  • December 09, 2019 10:42 AM | Jared Oakden, CPP, PSP (Administrator)

    Kansas City, MO



    • Any combination of education, training, and experience equivalent to the completion of a high school diploma.
    • Background of training and experience in the following areas is preferred: firefighter,emergency medical technician, police or security, the military, or school discipline.
    • Complete the requirements to obtain CPR and AED certification.
    • Possession of the knowledge, skills, abilities, and physical attributes necessary to perform the essential functions of the position.
    • Ability to operate a computer and applicable software relevant to the position to include the district's camera system.
    • Such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Board may find appropriate or acceptable.

    REPORTS TO: Director of Safety & Security; Building Administrator

    JOB GOAL: To assure that the school building and grounds are maintained as positive, safe learning and working environments for students, staff, parents and visitors. Works with school administration to help monitor the school site and address challenges, problems and emergencies in both a preventive and responsive manner.


    • Monitor students’ first hour tardiness and single period truancies issuing discipline slips or referring them to the principal in accordance with the handbook of student conduct.
    • Monitor external walkways, parking lots, lobbies, entryways, internal hallways and lunchrooms. Refer violations of school policy to the assistant principal or appropriate person.
    • Work extracurricular activities outside of normal work hours to include, but not limited to, sporting events and other school and district activities as needed.
    • Staff controlled access points when necessary.
    • Make referrals involving student misconduct or duress to the assistant principal, counseling staff, peer mediation or others as appropriate.
    • Respond to problems in the classroom as requested by teachers.
    • Respond immediately to reports of drugs and weapons in the school.
    • Resolve student conflicts and/or fights in a safe and professional manner.
    • Issue trespass warnings to individuals on school property for non-legitimate reasons.
    • Direct the flow of people and traffic as necessary.
    • Serve as an active member on the school’s crisis team.
    • Assist in the school’s response and provide direction to staff and students for fire alarms, tornado alarms, intruder response, and similar incidents requiring active responses with little or no advance warning.
    • Maintain records and files as required.
    • Submit reports as requested.
    • Attends training as required by administration.
    • Demonstrates effective human relations and communication skills.
    • Complies with all district rules, regulations, and policies.
    • Regular and consistent attendance is an essential function of this position.
    • Other duties as required or assigned.

    TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Nine-month position. Salary and work schedule to be established by the Board.

    EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated by the immediate supervisor.

    PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The individual who holds this position is regularly required to walk, stands for long periods of time, hear and speak and must have close moderate and distance vision ability. This individual must be able to travel inside and outside of district facilities. The position requires a significant amount of walking and physical activity.

    CONDITIONS AND ENVIRONMENT: The work environment is consistent with typical office/school environment.

    TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT: Salary and work calendar to be established by the Board Of Education. Benefits according to Board policies.

    FLSA: Non-exempt

    RETIREMENT: Public Education Employee Retirement Systems (PEERS)

    CERTIFICATES AND LICENSES: DESE Substitute Certification

    CLEARANCES: Criminal Justice Fingerprint/Background Clearance

    EVALUATION: Performance of this job will be evaluated in accordance with provisions of the Board’s policy on evaluations utilizing the Performance Based {insert} Evaluation process.

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  • December 09, 2019 10:41 AM | Jared Oakden, CPP, PSP (Administrator)

    Kansas City, KS 66101

    $50,000 - $70,000 a year

    Overview of Wyandotte County Kansas

    While many cities are known for their expanding skylines, action-packed nightlife, and bustling communities, Kansas City, Kansas has all of that incorporated into a small, diverse, and family oriented community. It has some of the big city amenities with a small-town down-home appeal. Kansas City, Kansas is the third largest city in the state of Kansas and is the county seat of Wyandotte County.

    The Unified Government, which was created by the unification of the City of Kansas City Kansas and Wyandotte County in 1997, has a population of 165,288 (2017) and covers 155.7 square miles. Located on the eastern border of the State of Kansas and situated at the confluence of the Missouri and Kansas rivers, we’re part of the Kansas City metropolitan area of over 2 million people. The bistate region encompasses Kansas City, Missouri, and suburbs on both sides of the state line.

    The Kansas Speedway and Village West developments are the largest ever built in the State of Kansas, turning mostly undeveloped land into one of the most popular tourist, shopping and entertainment attractions in the Midwest. During the two NASCAR race weekends Wyandotte County surges with additional 100,000 out of town guests that we call our own. Nearby is also a 20,000 seat soccer stadium, a 5,000 seat minor league ball park and an outdoor amphitheater with a capacity for up to 20,000 attendees.

    Wyandotte County is home to several large and small industries due the quality of life here, as well as, the large amount of transportation infrastructure available. The Unified Government is home to, arguably, the largest rail yards in the country, a General Motors assembly plant and the University of Kansas Medical Center/The University of Kansas Health System our largest employer.

    Emergency Management in Wyandotte County presents unique challenges and exciting opportunities for success. We are looking for dedicated professionals who are both compassionate and competent to mitigate, prepare for, respond to, and recover from all types of disasters that can change lives of our citizens and visitors. We do this by collaboration both internally and externally across county, region, and state boundaries. Our regionalism has been recognized nationally for the successes we’ve had. Wyandotte County is at the heart of it all.


    There are two Kansas Cities - Kansas City, KS and Kansas City, MO.

    Kansas City is the third largest city in the state of Kansas.

    Nicknames: Heart of America, KCK, The Dotte.

    Kansas City, KS is part of Wyandotte County which also includes the cities of Bonner Springs and Edwardsville.

    Wyandotte County/Kansas City, Kansas is situated at the Kaw Point, which is the junction of the Missouri and Kansas rivers.

    Wyandotte County was the very first Google Fiber community in the United States.

    Common Elements Within Emergency Management:

    Many people in emergency management come from various walks of life but the common element is passion / compassion. Work done within the cycle of emergency management, Mitigation, Preparation, Response and Recovery, is undertaken with passion and compassion.

    This work is NOT a traditional 9 to 5 job. We work at all hours and occasionally must address things we have never done before. These situations require critical thinking skills and the ability to make decisions based on limited information.

    Duty Officer (DO) responsibilities: Serves as "on-call" emergency manager for 24-hour coverage on a weeklong rotating schedule to activate the Emergency Operations Center during severe weather watches/warnings, significant hazardous materials incidents & other emergency/disaster situations requiring County coordination and involvement.

    • Testing of the various systems and software utilized by the DO.
    • Coordinates closely with the National Weather Service, storm spotters, communications agencies, public safety agencies and other emergency services personnel, as well as city, State & Federal agencies during emergency/disaster situations.
    • Issues warning and watch information to National Weather Service. Activates outdoor warning system.
    • Directs and supervises work of volunteer staff called upon for duty in event of emergency.
    • Documenting tasks that were accomplished and data that was collected.
    • Act as the initial point of contact for interaction with various response agencies and County leadership.

    Large Event Support: All emergency management staff will be called upon to support specific events which often require early or late hours to protect the public and be prepared to support responders in the event of a threat. Typically, these are events that bring together large groups of people which thereby could require emergency management support should an incident transpire.

    Grant management and budget documentation is required by almost every position at various levels depending on the types of projects assigned.

    All staff must have obtained basic National Incident Management System training including IS-100, IS-200, IS-700 and IS-800. It is preferred that staff have also taken the FEMA Professional Development Series.

    All staff must demonstrate a basic proficiency in various computer-based applications/software such as the Microsoft Office Suite, WebEOC, Abobe Reader, Everbridge and various other applications.

    Exercise tact and diplomacy in dealing with sensitive and complex issues and situations.

    Exercise sound independent judgement within general policies.

    Principles of organization, management, program implementation, review and analysis.

    Position Specific Responsibilities

    This position answers to the Director and principal duties for this position include:

    • Coordinate training and exercises for employees, community partners, and volunteers;
    • Assess the need for dispensing supplies and equipment, particularly within the EOC;
    • Serve as the Logistics Coordinator during emergency operations;
    • Coordinates closely with Assistant Director for Planning to ensure plans are implemented & properly exercised to bring about understanding of the plans & to test their viability;
    • Develop written procedures and standard operating guides for all aspects of Emergency Management for before, during, and after emergency operations;
    • Ensure implementation of local, State & Federal plans, policies & procedures, both public & private, which may impact on the ability of the County to respond to, recover from & mitigate disaster/emergency events;
    • Creating and developing new programs and initiatives;
    • Evaluating the effectiveness of implemented programs and making regular improvements;
    • Preparing, managing, and reporting program budgets, to include grant-reportable expenditures; verifying and approving program expenditures;
    • Performing research and related studies to create meaningful analysis for program initiatives;
    • Provides exceptional engagement with internal and community partnerships, including, but not limited to: emergency management; police; fire; hospitals; volunteer agencies; businesses and industry; churches; long-term care facilities; veterinarians; rehabilitation services; daycare providers (adult and child); schools; special population services; and laboratories;
    • Develop written plans and standard operating guides for all aspects of Emergency Management for before, during, and after emergency operations;
    • Develop and execute training and exercises with partners and response agencies per the Wyandotte County Emergency Operations Plan;
    • Serve as a liaison/coordinator during emergencies;
    • Supervise volunteers and support staff which includes: providing training, guidance, and advice; evaluating performance of all participants, plans, and resources; and delegating tasks;
    • Coordinate program activities with other departments, organizations, agencies, and suppliers;
    • Support new programs and outreach activities to ensure engagement from key partners and stakeholders, including: research and information gathering, outlining the new program or initiative with timelines, proposed budget, and proposed resource allocation, and implementing approved initiatives;
    • May work nights and weekends during Emergency Operations Center activation, while assigned as the Duty Officer, and when necessary working with volunteers and community groups;
    • Operates and tests the County's EOC equipment and systems, coordinates drills with other response agencies, develops and conducts training for designated EOC responders, acts as EOC Logistics Officer during disaster conditions requiring activation of the EOC;
    • Monitors compliance with rules, policies, regulations, and grant requirements;
    • Prepares and administers contracts for service: which includes: developing terms for the contract; working with Purchasing and Finance to ensure compliance with Unified Government policies and procedures; ensuring compliance with grant, local, State, and/or Federal guidelines or regulations; verifying efficacy of the service provider to fulfill the contract;
    • Developing, rehearsing, and delivering professional presentations, including: gathering information, preparing multimedia presentations, and preparing thoroughly enough for a smooth presentation delivery;
    • Researches, prepares, applies, and manages grant proposals and public-private-partnership agreements. Shows consistent efforts to increase both grant awards and public-private-partnerships;
    • Attends local, regional, State, and Federal meetings, and conferences, as assigned, for information sharing, network building, and collaboration. Attends meetings on behalf of the Emergency Management Department, to include: neighborhood organizations; volunteer groups; local businesses; and public and private agencies;
    • Prepares publications to include: newsletters; brochures; guides; operating procedures; and any other print materials needed by the Emergency Management Department;
    • Provides exceptional customer service for inquiries and complaints, including providing all necessary follow up to resolve identified issues;
    • Is willing to accept and perform any additional duties assigned to meet business needs.

    Knowledge (Position Requirements at Entry):

    • Disaster preparedness practices at the community and responder level.
    • Federal, State and local laws, codes and ordinances affecting emergency management operations, including any appropriate mutual aid agreements and the Emergency Management Assistance Compact.
    • Planning, training, and customer service experience, with examples.
    • Strong familiarity with the Federal Preparedness, Response, Recovery Frameworks.
    • National Incident Management System, Incident Command System, Homeland Security Exercise and Evaluation Program certification.
    • Meeting facilitation experience, with examples.
    • Effective project management experience, with examples.
    • Coordination and collaboration projects experience, with examples.
    • Strong familiarity with voice RF based radio systems.
    • Modern emergency communication systems and communication center management.
    • Analyze and evaluate services needs and requirements within the EOC;

    Skills (Position Requirements at Entry):

    • Program/project development, implementation, evaluation, and improvement
    • Time and project prioritization management
    • Stress management
    • Strong team building and interpersonal relationship
    • Competency with Microsoft Office Suite products, and physical office equipment
    • Goal and objective setting
    • Problem identification, resolution, and follow-up
    • Strong proof-reading, editing, and writing skills
    • Researching, analyzing, creating timelines, budget and business case proposals
    • Grant writing, monitoring, and reporting
    • Writing, editing, evaluating plans, policies, and procedures
    • Supervision (peers, volunteers, and support staff)
    • Research, interpreting, and evaluating Emergency Management Department policies, procedures, plans, and activities against State and Federal statutes, ordinances, regulations
    • Maintain confidentiality
    • Excellent written and oral communication

    Education, Training, and Experience (Position Requirements at Entry):

    • Bachelor’s degree in Emergency Management, Public Administration, or other fields.
    • Four years of related experience with experience in planning, training, exercise, and operations.

    Licensing and Certification (Position Requirements at Entry or obtainable):

    • Kansas driver’s license
    • Master Exercise Practitioner Certification (preferred)
    • Certified Emergency Manager (CEM) (preferred), required within 2 years of hire
    • Basic and Advanced Emergency Management Professional Certification (preferred)
    • Ability to become a Kansas Certified Emergency Manager (KCEM) within 2 years of hire

    Physical Requirements (Position Requirements at Entry):

    It is necessary to perform stooping, kneeling, crouching, reaching, standing, walking, talking, hearing, seeing, and repetitive motions.

    Lifting, carrying, and maneuvering up to 40 pounds occasionally, and/or up to 20 pounds frequently, and/or negligible amounts of force consistently to move objects.

    This job is rated as light work, the worker will be sedentary most of the time.

    Work Environment:
    The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential functions of this class. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

    Employees work under typical office conditions, and the noise level is usually quiet. Employees may occasionally be required to visit sites where they may be exposed to noise, dust, fumes; and work in inclement weather including heat, cold and rain.

    Job Type: Full-time

    Salary: $50,000.00 to $70,000.00 /year


    • Emergency Management: 4 years (Preferred)


    • Bachelor's (Preferred)


    • Kansas City, KS (Required)

    Work Location:

    • One location


    • Health insurance
    • Dental insurance
    • Vision insurance
    • Retirement plan
    • Paid time off
    • Professional development assistance

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  • November 13, 2019 10:02 PM | Jared Oakden, CPP, PSP (Administrator)

    Kansas City, MO 64105


    The Mid-America Regional Council seeks an experienced individual to support its emergency services homeland security and emergency preparedness work focused on resource management. This position serves four counties in Kansas (Wyandotte, Johnson, Leavenworth and Miami); and nine counties in Missouri (Platte, Clay, Ray, Jackson, Cass, Carroll, Lafayette, Saline, Johnson, Pettis, Bates, Henry and Benton). This full-time position is part of MARC’s emergency services staff, which includes a director, two program managers, four planners, a training coordinator, resource coordinator and a program assistant.


    MARC, the association of local governments and metropolitan planning organization for the bistate Kansas City region, promotes and supports cooperation on regional issues, including transportation, the environment, our workforce and economy, aging services, community development, quality early learning, public safety communications and emergency services. MARC has a collaborative work environment with a culture based on integrity, innovation, diversity and inclusion, excellence in performance and service leadership.


    This professional position will support the resource management and financial operations of the emergency services and homeland security program. MARC administers a number of federal and state grants on behalf of the Kansas City region and is responsible for the purchase, transfer of ownership and tracking of resources purchased with grant funds over multiple years. This position includes responsibility for working with local officials to define specifications for resource needs; implementing a standard process for inventory control for assets purchased with regional emergency services funds; coordinating the identification and tracking of physical and personnel assets to support maintenance of the Regional Resource Annex and the readiness for resources to be mobilized; developing technical documents and analytic reports; supporting exercises and grant administration; placing orders for equipment and other resources in accordance with MARC’s procurement policy for homeland security purchases and all applicable grant guidelines; assisting with budget management and reporting for grants and projects; issuing Transfer of Equipment agreements and subawards to local agencies; arranging travel arrangements and documenting travel expenses, and support of committee work.

    What you’ll do:
    The resource coordinator will work with program staff within the organization, local agency officials who have expertise on equipment and operational needs, and vendors on the procurement of products and services. Essential functions of this position are described below. Additional duties may also be assigned.

    Technical Planning and Resource Management:

    • Execute inventory control processes. Maintain a resource management database, including drafting updates to existing protocols; entering, categorizing (e.g., NIMS typing) and tracking of assets acquired with federal funds; working with local agencies to conduct periodic inventories; analyzing information and preparing reports.
    • Provide purchasing and inventory analysis, including forecasting when assets expire, for project contacts as requested.
    • Provide off-site technical support and training to local agencies on use of regional on-line resources.
    • Work with the fiscal administrator to maintain necessary agency contact information for communications and operational readiness.
    • In conjunction with other MARC staff and stakeholders, gather information to maintain and draft updates to the Regional Resource Annex.
    • Receive, file and produce reports on the presence of hazardous materials in use and/or storage in the region (Tier 2 reports). Receive, complete and maintain incident reports on behalf of the Local Emergency Planning Committee (LEPC).
    • In conjunction with local agencies, assist with the asset disposition process.
    • Provide committee support as needed. Conduct research and analysis, prepare meeting materials to support committee deliberations and, upon request, attend meetings and draft meeting summaries.

    Training and Exercise:

    • Provide logistics and other support to regional emergency services exercises conducted to test regional systems and plans.
    • Help to coordinate the scheduling, logistics, execution and tracking of training.

    Grant Administration:

    • Maintain knowledge of and ensure compliance with grant guidance and requirements and MARC policies to ensure good stewardship of funds.
    • Develop and maintain a working knowledge of projects and budgets under all emergency services grants and programs, with an emphasis on equipment purchases and contracts.
    • Work with project contacts, including MARC staff and local officials, to finalize equipment lists and specifications for equipment to be purchased. Ensure grant compliance and adherence to MARC purchasing policy; prepare bid documents (including development and execution of requests for proposals, requests for qualifications and/or purchase orders.
    • Generate Sub-Award Agreements and/or Transfer of Equipment agreements for purchases in accordance with grant guidelines. Distribute and monitor for timely return; follow up as needed.
    • Manage vendor relationships concerning procuring, pricing, purchases and payments.
    • Assist in monitoring project budgets, budget projections and planning for grant closures.
    • Monitor timely and accurate delivery and invoice processing.
    • Use state online grants management systems, as applicable. Draft grant budget modifications and investment justifications as needed.
    • Process purchase order receiving and accounts payable transactions in MARC’s financial management system (GP) for payment of expenditures.
    • Report accurate information on financial status of specialty team projects or other projects as needed and requested.


    Skills You’ll Need
    The position requires a college degree and two years of related experience, preferably associated with government programs or grants. Strong candidates who have a high school diploma/GED and at least six years of experience with local emergency services agencies may be considered. A strong background in emergency services is desirable. Previous experience with training and exercises is preferred.

    Other requirements include:

    • The ability to communicate accurately and confidently regarding projects, budgets and expenditures.
    • Excellent computer skills, particularly with Microsoft Excel, and a familiarity with managing databases and generating reports.
    • Strong interpersonal, analytical and critical thinking skills necessary to work with internal and external contacts on all aspects of planning, purchasing, training, exercising and reporting.
    • Strong written communication skills and great attention to detail.
    • The ability to work on a variety of projects simultaneously, and be comfortable responding to short-term requests for information, reports or activity.
    • A valid driver’s license to support off site activities.


    Starting salary for this position is from $47,643 to $59,553 per year, depending upon qualifications. MARC offers an attractive team-oriented work environment along with a competitive fringe benefit package. This is a full-time position.

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