Indiana Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission (ILEAC)

The Indiana Law Enforcement Accreditation Commission (ILEAC) is currently seeking a new Program Director. The Program Director will work with ILEAC staff to ensure the goals, objectives, and deliverables are professionally completed on time and within budget. 

 

ROLES & RESPONSIBILITIES:

Job tasks include but not limited to the following:

  • Respond to all inquiries about accreditation and requests for information and technical assistance
  • Recruit agencies statewide to discuss the benefits of accreditation
  • Work with staff to promote the program and expand the number of agencies involved
  • Develop and engage in marketing plans and campaigns to encourage program participation
  • Identify and attend LE gatherings, meeting, conferences and trade shows to promote accreditation
  • Create and maintain a relationship with ILEA to address the new Chiefs training each year  
  • Assist agencies in process organization to maximize success
  • Develop lesson plans and provide training to accreditation managers
  • Periodic contact with accreditation managers to monitor progress
  • Address various issues that are problematic with agencies
  • Share successful agencies methods and policies to comply with standards
  • Recruit assessors, screen and train
  • Schedule agency visits
  • Coordinate on-site assessments including scheduling, assigning assessors and facilitating travel  
  • Monitor on-site issues uncovered by assessors
  • Monitor law changes for standards compliance
  • Monitor trends in law enforcement for “best policy” practices and new technology
  • Oversee review/revision of program procedures; develop and edit standards
  • Prepare new standards to address issues not previously covered to enhance the program
  • Write standards in a way to allow agencies maximum latitude in how they will comply
  • Suggest possible proof documents that agencies could use to show compliance
  • Make Commission and local presentations during award ceremonies
  • Maintain a close relationship with the software company used during the accreditation process
  • Represent ILEAC, with general counsel and staff, in state/federal court when defending policy creation and award certification  
  • Attend state accreditation (InPAC) meetings to represent the state accreditation effort
  • Provide periodic reports to the Board and staff
  • Provide articles/bulletins to staff for distribution to membership
  • Attend scheduled meetings and events

For a detailed job desciption, please click here.

 

If interested in applying, please send your resume to info@ileac.org

 

Published in: Job postings on Monday 2nd of July 2018