Now accepting applications for:
Records Unit supervisor
$96,833 to $113,922 Annually*
We’re looking for a highly driven, organized, and reliable professional to take on the role of Records Unit Supervisor. You will join a fast-paced, dynamic team environment, providing civilian records support to the Police Department by effectively supervising the Records Unit of the Public Safety Support Services Division. This position receives direction from the Public Safety Support Services Manager and exercises direct supervision over Lead Police Records Specialist and other assigned technical and clerical personnel. This position requires availability on nights, weekends, holidays, and as needed. If you are looking to make a positive impact on the community in a unique supervisory and technical support role this position is for you!
- Education equivalent to an associate’s degree from an accredited college or university with major course work in a related field
- Three years of experience in Police records and/or data records environment with at least one year at lead or supervisory level.
- Possession of a valid California Class C Driver License.
- Completion of P.O.S.T.-certified Records course at time of appointment. Internal applicants must complete P.O.S.T.-certified Records course within six months of appointment. Completion of P.O.S.T.-certified Records-Supervisors course required within one year of appointment.
- A bachelor’s degree from an accredited college or university in a related field
What you'll do
- Supervise the Records Unit, which consists of records management, warrants, and court liaison functions of the Police Department.
- Coordinate information releases, both internally and externally.
- Administer computerized records management systems and ensure the security of all records.
- Function as Custodian of Records and Agency Contact Coordinator between the Department of Justice and Federal Bureau of Investigations to ensure compliance with applicable policies and regulations.
- Maintain responsibility for legal compliance with pertinent state and local laws and ordinances.
- Ensure compliance with FBI, CJIC, DOJ, CLETS, and NCIC policies, procedures, and security regulations and coordinate regular audits of these systems.
- Work as line personnel in the Records Unit for temporary periods as needed.