International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP), Training and Professional Services
Location: Alexandria, VA
About the Organization
IACP serves the leaders of today and develops the leaders of tomorrow. IACP is dedicated to advancing the law enforcement profession through advocacy, outreach, education and programs.
About the Job
As a team member at the Center for Professional Services, you will be part of providing consulting services to police agencies in management studies, personnel testing, assessment centers, and executive search.
- Management Studies, Testing, Assessment Center, and Executive Search Consulting Services (80%): Acts as a member of the consulting team, developing and delivering services to client agencies.
- Designs, develops, and delivers consulting services to agencies on a contract basis for management studies, personnel testing, assessment center, and executive search services. Provides organizationally effective, job-related, and legally defensible solutions to client challenges.
- Assists in proposal development, design and delivery of services (such as organizational data analysis, job analyses, written examinations, and assessment centers), maintenance of budget, records retention, and collaboration with consultants.
- Maintains client relationships and facilitates communication with all stakeholders from project initiation to conclusion.
- Assists in design, development, and marketing of professional services.
- Administrative Services (20%): Provides administrative support to the cost center.
- Types and reproduces management studies, assessment centers, and written testing materials.
- Drafts and types proposals, correspondence, and reports.
- Maintains text database of examination materials.
- Scans and analyzes survey data and examinations; and produces reports.
- Creates and maintains file systems and archives.
- Maintains database of executive search candidates and manages associated correspondence.
- Manages fiscal control and accounting for billing on projects.
- Assists with liaison duties to committees and sections
- Tracks project expenses and reports on project budgets
- Other job-related duties as assigned.
Bachelor degree in relevant field. Formal training in human resources, organizational analysis, and psychological measurement preferred.
Minimum of five (5) years relevant professional experience. Such experience should be directly relevant to the duties and skills described above. Experience in law enforcement is preferred but not required. Advanced education in organizational analysis, industrial/organizational psychology or related disciplines may be substituted for experience requirements.
- Subject matter knowledge in the areas of organizational analysis, development and validation of written examinations and assessment centers, and executive search methodologies.
- Knowledge and ability to conduct analyses of numerical data, including use of related computer programs such as Excel.
- Excellent written, oral communication and editorial skills. Advanced level Word and intermediate level Excel skills and 50 wpm typing.
- Ability to maintain confidentiality, meet deadlines and work under time constraints.
- Requires attention to detail, project and time management skills and ability to produce error-free output.
How to Apply
All applications must be received by February 26, 2016. For more details on the application process or the organization, please follow the links below: