The Torrance Police Department is seeking an individual with strong leadership skills to fill a Police Operations Supervisor vacancy in the Records Division! The Torrance Police Department's Records Division prides itself as an organization that is committed to delivering business outcomes and services through teamwork, collaborative relationships, accountability, strong work ethics, and integrity. In partnership with the Police Records Administrator, this position plans, directs and supervises the operations of the Records Division. This section is staffed with two supervisors and 17 Records Technicians. The City of Torrance is seeking someone who is results driven and takes pride in goal accomplishment. As such, the successful incumbent will have demonstrated the ability to develop a productive workforce, coach staff in skill development, resolve conflicts, and manage and coordinate projects across departments.
HOURS: The standard work schedule for the Records unit is a 4/10 work schedule. This position may involve rotating shifts and assignments, including weekends and holidays.
For more information, please visit www.TorranceCA.Gov.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS Education and Experience Any combination of education and experience that provides the knowledge and skills required is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and skills would be:
Graduation from high school or possession of a GED Certificate; and three years of increasingly responsible experience in a law enforcement environment in the specific area of assignment.
One year of supervisory or lead work experience is preferred.
An Associate Degree or sixty (60) or more college units from an accredited college or university with major coursework in criminal justice, public or business administration, political science, or closely related field, is desirable.
LICENSE AND/OR CERTIFICATES: A valid California Motor Vehicle Operator's License (Class C) of the appropriate class or grade.
Within one (1) year of appointment the incumbent must complete the following courses: A basic supervisory course; POST Records Supervisor course; Public Records Act course; CLETS Basic course; and CLETS Train the Trainer course.
PROFESSIONAL ATTRIBUTES: A successful candidate possesses the following attributes: Proactive & Solution-Oriented; Experienced in a law enforcement environment and familiar with the structure, values, policies, and rules; Knowledgeable in current supervision principles, practices, and techniques. Effective written and oral communication skills Outstanding interpersonal skills; and Ability to resolve conflict amongst staff.
HOW TO APPLY: Interested candidates must submit an online application and supplemental questionnaire at www.TorranceCA.Gov/Jobs. Applications are being accepted on a continuous basis.
Examinations will be conducted on a periodic basis depending on the needs of the City and the number of applicants.
About City of Torrance
Torrance, the eighth largest city in Los Angeles County, competes globally through its myriad of assets: diverse residents, flourishing businesses and safe communities. Over the years, Torrance continues to live out its motto as a balanced city. The mission of the City of Torrance is to encourage and respond to community participation as we provide for an attractive, clean, safe, secure and enriching environment that assures a high quality of life.
We evaluate and act on the needs of the community within a complex, changing environment. We provide quality service with integrity, professionalism and accountability in an efficient, cost effective manner.