Job Posting Board

Employers

Get your job posting in front of the strongest law enforcement leadership network in the world. FBI National Academy Associate members are active in our network, engaged in their careers, and open to new opportunities. Our network gives you the opportunity to reach senior law enforcement executives with an abundance of talent and experience. Our NEW Job Posting Board allows you to match your organization's position to the most qualified professionals in the industry. Please review the Submission Guidelines and complete the Submission Form , for questions or additional information email jobs@fbinaa.org.

Job Seekers

The following postings were submitted to the FBINAA by organizations who recognize the value of our members. Each posting gives a brief description with a link to learn more about the position.

Current Postings

Suspect Technologies- Part Time Sales Representative

Looking for retired Law Enforcement men or women , in all markets in the U.S. who are looking to work part time ( hours , days , flexible ) representing / selling our products to Law Enforcement agencies in your area. In addition there are applications and opportunities for our products to be used by University Police and in the private Sector and sold by you .Our company is a leader in the development and deployment of AI powered Video tools and a Video Conversion application. Our 2 primary products , currently are Video Redaction and Facial Recognition software , and are proven to save detectives time and improving overall effectiveness of their investigations, using our Frame by Frame video review capability. Our products are designed to be user friendly, faster than typical competitive products , and optimized to work with a variation of video recording conditions .  LEARN MORE...

To apply: Send info to kevin.mullins@suspecttech.com

City of Mount Vernon Police Department- Police Chief

Mount Vernon sits at the center of Skagit County and is the largest city with a population of 35,180. It is conveniently located midway between Seattle and Vancouver, British Columbia, with some of the states most scenic and pristine landscape found in the North Cascades National Park.
The Mount Vernon Police Department is comprised of two functional areas, or bureaus. These Bureaus (Operations and Services) are each comprised of three Divisions. Division-level oversight is the responsibility of mid-managers; in most cases lieutenants. To accomplish the current level of service, the Department maintains a workforce of 46 commissioned officers, 3 limited commission officers, 1 park ranger, 9.5 support staff, 1 outreach coordinator and approximately 50 volunteers. LEARN MORE

5.11 Tactical- FBINAA Chapter Manager

FBINAA Chapter Manager is a champion of the brand through a high-level of communication and relationship-building across the FBI National Academy Associates, focusing on the 48 chapters around the world.  Responsible for driving sales and sponsorship for chapter events as well as acting as the conduit between chapter members and the Public Safety Team to meet the needs of member's department/agency.  LEARN MORE

SAIC- Senior Law Enforcement Advisor (SLEA)- Police Interoperability Advisor (worldwide Locations) supporting ICITAP

SAIC is seeking highly qualified Senior Law Enforcement Advisors (SLEA) with specialized senior management experience in managing and operating police air, maritime and land patrol operations. The SLEA Police Interoperability Advisor serves as part of a larger team of law enforcement technical advisors in assisting the host nation to build and strengthen police service capabilities with strong foundations in rule of law, respect for human rights and applied global best practices in law enforcement disciplines. The SLEA Police Interoperability Advisor will work directly with senior host-country Police Aviation, Maritime and Patrol commanders in advising and mentoring interoperability capabilities including, command and control, communications, coordinated operations, personnel selection, training and logistics.  Questions can be directed to Andy Norris at Harvey.A.Norris@SAIC.com .   LEARN MORE... 

City of Moline, IL- Police Chief

The City of Moline, a full service community of more than 16 square miles, is seeking experienced police professionals as candidates to lead the Moline Police Department. The Police Department has a complement of 80 sworn officers, consisting of a Chief, 2 Captains, 6 Lieutenants, 10 Sergeants and 61 Officers. There are 20 Civilian positions that support the services provided by the Department. In 2017, the Police Department responded to approximately 55,000 calls for service. The Moline Police Department has a long history and strong commitment of providing community oriented law enforcement services by focusing on partnerships with the community. All sworn members below the Captains are represented by the Fraternal Order of Police. LEARN MORE...

Town of Springfield- Chief of Police

The Town of Springfield is seeking a highly qualified, progressive, community service-minded police chief with a proven record of leadership. The chief manages 17 full-time sworn officers, 6 dispatchers, 1 part-time parking enforcement officer and a full-time administrative assistant. Springfield is a full-service town with a variety of environments and resources. There is a K-12 public school system plus a regional technical center, a hospital, a state airport, a resurgent downtown, Southern State Correctional facility, Muckross State Park, and beautiful affordable houses both in-town and in rural settings. 
Minimum qualifications include twelve (12) years of progressively responsible law enforcement experience with a minimum of five (5) years in a lieutenant’s capacity, or equivalent, in a municipal or state police agency. Experienced sergeants with proven leadership and administrative skills may be considered. A bachelor’s degree in a related field is preferred. Completion of a master’s degree and leadership training at institutions such as the FBI National Academy are desirable. Must have, or obtain within one year, Level III Vermont law enforcement certified police officer status.

The Town of Springfield offers a competitive salary commensurate with experience and an excellent benefits package. Prospective candidates should send a letter of interest, resume and three (3) professional references to Town of Springfield, 96 Main Street, Springfield, VT 05156, Donna Hall, Human Resources, or email those items to toshr@vermontel.net by June 17, 2019. A full job description is available on the town’s website springfieldvt.govoffice2.com under Job Openings. Equal Opportunity Employer