Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort
Description Open to the Public May 16, 2018-OUF 1st Shift Monday-Friday 8 am- 5pm Position Summary: Under the supervision of Tribal Council, serve as executive head as appointed by the Tribal Council and is vested with full power and authority over the organization, administration, appointments, and discipline of the Saginaw Tribal Police Department. Operate a department that is responsible to and respected by the people of the Saginaw Chippewa Indian Tribe. All Tribal Police staff must adhere to mandated reporting laws. Authority shall not be assumed or exercised by any member of the department except when delegated to the Lieutenant of the department in the absence of the Chief of Police or when necessary for the execution of department affairs. Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Hire, evaluate, discipline and develop staff. Plan, direct, and manage the operation of the Tribal Police Department including all police department employees Ensure the financial management of the department, includes developing and administering the budget, authorizing expenditures and or recommending approval to Tribal Administration and Tribal Council. Assure that the Police Department provides a high quality public service and responds to citizen needs while actively enforcing laws and preventing crime. Develop and implement administrative polices designed to maintain and increase the general efficiency and effectiveness of the Tribal Police Department. Direct the preparation and revision of rules and regulations for the Tribal Police Department and their enforcement. Ensure that tribal sovereignty and the jurisdictional powers and authority of the department are recognized and observed by all domestic and foreign law enforcement agencies and their personnel. Maintain all necessary and appropriate training for department personnel. Oversee security for event planning. Investigate citizen complaints involving actions of the Tribal Police Department personnel. Inform Tribal Council of any interesting police related matters not of a confidential nature. Attend Isabella County Chief\u2019s meetings for rapport with local departments. Maintain appropriate documentation on operational and administrative incidences as required by policies and procedures. Generate reports as needed. Delegate work to the Police Lieutenant for appropriate assignment. Liaison between Tribal Council and the Police Department. Ensure that department conforms to BIA Law Enforcement Guidelines. Provide excellent community service with courtesy, integrity and professionalism. Provide excellent customer service for all internal and external customers of the operations at all times. Provide solutions for customer concerns and continually focus on customer service as our top priority. Must maintain strict confidentiality and present a positive, professional demeanor and image at all times. The above duties and responsibilities are not an all-inclusive list but rather a general representation of the duties and responsibilities associated with this position. The duties and responsibilities will be subject to change based on organizational needs and\/or deemed necessary by the supervisor. Contacts\/Purpose of Contacts: Contact is with other governmental agencies, local, state and federal. (I.e.: local police, county sheriff, state police and FBI as well as U.S Attorney\u2019s Office). Contacts with other police agencies as well as business people pertaining to departmental equipment and training. Communicate with other agency heads to ensure cooperation between departments for maintaining law and order and the protection of the public. Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities: Knowledge of tribal, federal, and state criminal, traffic, and civil code and laws. Knowledge of the principles and practices of police\/law enforcement administration, including budgeting, program planning and development, employee supervision and training. Knowledge of police operations principles and practices including investigation, patrol, communications, records, community\/public relations, and crime prevention. Knowledge of equipment used in law enforcement, including weapons, communications, computers, and vehicles. Proficient in firearm safety. Skill in understanding and interpreting complex statutes, ordinances, regulations and standards. Skill in the preparation of writing budget proposals, contracts, or funds allocation. Skill in directing investigative, community and public relations, crime prevention, and support activities. Skill in preparing clear, concise, accurate, and complete written reports. Skill in maintaining composure under stressful or dangerous conditions. Skill in supervising, training, and evaluating assigned staff. Skill in operating various word-processing, spreadsheets, and database software programs in a Windows environment. Skill in making effective decisions in emergency situations. Highly developed interpersonal and public oral and written communication and presentation skills. Ability to enforce the laws fairly and impartially with due regard for the rights and safety of individuals and the preservation of property. Ability to exercise judgment and make decisions as to appropriate action under pressure in accordance with rules, regulations and policies. Ability to work cooperatively, courteously, but firmly with all segments of the public. Ability to comprehend and enforce written comprehensive tribal ordinances, state and federal laws. Ability to listen, communicate and work effectively with a diverse group of people. Ability to establish and maintain effective working relationships with Tribal Community and the general public. Ability to testify in Court. Ability to maintain proficiency with a handgun. Ability to represent organization in a professional manner, building respect and confidence in the community. Ability to create, compose, and edit written materials. Ability to maintain confidentiality. Physical Demands: Frequent use of hands, wrists, fingers associated with computer equipment. Walking, running, lifting and climbing during efforts to catch or subdue hostile individuals; good reflexes of the arms and hands in order to draw and shoot firearms quickly and accurately. Situations will occur where prolonged sitting, driving, walking, or waiting is required. Specific vision abilities required by this job include close vision, distance vision, peripheral vision, and ability to adjust focus. Frequent talking and hearing, crouch or crawl in restricted areas. Position requires frequent lifting of 50 lbs. Work Environment: Normal office environment or outdoors. Must possess sufficient stamina to work under all types of weather conditions including extreme hot\/cold and to lift, carry, push, or pull a variety of tools, equipment and materials Employee may be exposed to hazardous, uncontrollable and life-threatening situations and infectious disease Use and maintain proficiency with a variety of law enforcement tools, including handguns, batons and other weapons. Evening, weekend, and\/or holiday work will be required. Extended hours and irregular shifts may be required. Travel is required. Minimum Requirements Minimum Qualifications: Associate\u2019s degree or higher in Criminal Justice, Police Science or related field. Must be a US citizen and at least 21 years of age. Ten years\u2019 experience in law enforcement. Five years\u2019 experience in a supervisory capacity with increasing responsible command experience in a law enforcement agency. Experience with planning, organizing, prioritizing, coordinating and evaluating department. Demonstrated success in building successful work teams, organizes, motivate and lead employees to desired results. Must be able to pass departmental fitness evaluation. Must not have criminal history that would prevent applicant from acquiring any certification or qualification required. Must have proven integrity and reputation above reproach. Must possess the ability to resolve problems and conflict, and maintain a high morale and professionalism with the Tribal Police force. Must be able to pass background check to meet the employment eligibility requirements as they pertain to the position. Must be able to pass drug screening. License, Certification, or Special Requirements: MCOLES certified. Police Officer Certification. CPR and First Aid Certifications. Must have a valid Michigan Driver\u2019s License and must be able to obtain and maintain a Tribal Driver\u2019s License and qualify for coverage by SCIT auto liability insurance carrier. Native American preference shall apply to all positions.
Soaring Eagle Casino & Resort
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