Closes: Monday, October 31, 2022
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- Current General Instructor certification by North Carolina Department of Justice, Training and Standards Division.
- A valid North Carolina Driver's License or the ability to attain one upon hire.
- 3 years of relevant field experience in criminal justice (law enforcement, corrections, probation/parole, homeland security, etc.)
- 3 years of law enforcement training/teaching experience based on regulatory training standards.
- Administrative and/or supervisory experience to include employee evaluation.
- Obtain Certification as a School Director or Qualified Assistant (QA) with the North Carolina Department of Justice, Training and Standards Division within 6 months of hire date
- Current Certification as a School Director with the North Carolina Department of Justice, Training and Standards
- Associates degree or higher in Criminal Justice or a closely related field from a regionally accredited college/university.
- Current North Carolina Basic Law Enforcement Certification.
- One or more specialty instructor certifications for law enforcement (i.e., firearms, SCAT, etc.).
- Greater than 3 years of relevant field experience in criminal justice (law enforcement, corrections, probation/parole, homeland security, etc.)
- Greater than 3 years of law enforcement training/teaching experience based on regulatory training standards.
- Teaching/training experience in a post-secondary institution.
- Experience with assessment of student learning outcomes.
- Experience with distance learning and/or alternate instructional delivery systems.
At Central Carolina Community College, we create transformative lifelong learning opportunities! We expect all employees to find ways to remove barriers to student success and provide all students a pathway to achievable dreams. Our employees are charged to recognize the challenges we face and to respond to them with empathy, understanding, and a willingness to help.
Central Carolina Community College is recruiting for a BLET Program Director (12 months). The BLET Program Director, in addition to teaching, will administer the overall program. This is accomplished through continuous evaluation and revision of course objectives, course outlines, course competencies, course descriptions, and teaching strategies, in the specific curriculum to ascertain that they are appropriate and relevant as well as the management of personnel and resources. CCCC currently has four BLET programs:
CCCC offers BLET programs across our service area in day and evening formats as appropriate.
- Chatham Main Campus, Pittsboro
- Lee - Emergency Services Training Center, Sanford
- Harnett Main Campus, Lillington
For more information on the CCCC BLET program, visit https://www.cccc.edu/blet/.
Diversity Policy: Central Carolina Community College believes the college experience is greatly enriched through diversity; therefore, the college encourages diversity of thought within the student body and staff. Furthermore, the college seeks to promote awareness of diversity and the respect for all individuals, and the college pledges to adhere to this mission in its relationship with the community.
- Teach 60 contact hours per semester in BLET or the equivalent in other Public Safety Programs
- Maintain updated course lesson plans semi-annually as directed by NC Criminal Justice Training and Standards.
- Create/update the syllabus for each BLET class offered (day and evening classes).
- Respond to all student calls and emails within 48 hours.
- Ensure that program outcomes and student learning outcomes are developed and assessed for courses in the department, as required.
- Maintain accurate and complete records as required by NC Criminal Justice Training and Standards, submit timely reports, and ascertain that personnel being supervised do likewise.
- Complete and submit the NC Criminal Justice Training and Standards BLET Pre-Delivery Report at a minimum of 30 days prior to class.
- Complete and submit the NC Criminal Justice Training and Standards BLET Post-Delivery Report within ten days of receiving all BLET state test scores.
- In coordination with the Department Chair and area faculty, develop the draft BLET class calendar and ensure that it is available for instructor review at a minimum of 60 days prior to the first-class date.
- Update all proficiency exams semi-annually as the curriculum is updated and establish a plan for administering all proficiency exams conducive to the student learning environment.
- Provide collaborative leadership and management to the Basic Law Enforcement Training (BLET) program curriculum development and review.
- Advise and support Basic Law Enforcement Training students throughout the academic program, encouraging retention and graduation.
- Participate in the management of the BLET program budget and inventory for all supplies and equipment.
- Participate in the college hiring process; orient new full- and part-time faculty to program practices.
- Participate in providing evaluative feedback to faculty/staff regarding job performance. Each instructor should be provided with the feedback from all course evaluations. These evaluations are mandated by NC Criminal Justice Training and Standards.
- Maintain knowledge of current industry standards by developing relationships with industry leaders, experts and companies.
- Continuously evaluate national, regional, and local workforce trends in the law enforcement field and in accordance with the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education Training and Standards Commission and the North Carolina Sheriff's Education and Training Standards Commission.
- Assume direct instructional responsibility for components of the Basic Law Enforcement Training program curriculum in accordance with established college guidelines.
- Develop/maintain relationships with industry-related personnel and employers to promote employment for graduates.
- Participate in career fairs within the community and educational fairs within the local school systems promoting BLET, Criminal Justice and Central Carolina Community College.
- Primarily responsible for the yearly completion of the outcomes and assessment reporting process for the BLET program in a timely manner.
- Assist with organizing and maintaining an active advisory board for BLET and holding a minimum of one meeting per year and submitting minutes of those meetings to the division dean/provost and document in Compliance Assist.
- Confirm that all BLET faculty keep their skills and knowledge current and develop new skills as directed by NC Criminal Justice Training and Standards.
- Keep current records on all instructor certifications, including the yearly mandatory one-hour general instructor training.
- Obtain a Blackboard Level I training as well as maintain a Bb course site for each course taught during the semester.
- Embrace the institutional goals of Central Carolina Community College by engaging students as full partners in the learning process, removing barriers for student progression in the BLET program, and supporting and assisting students in achieving their educational goals.
- Keep your supervisor advised of all matters pertaining to the BLET program.
- Evaluate and select textbooks, and prepare and submit complete textbook orders to the bookstore manager.
- Attend the School Directors Conference annually as required by NC Criminal Justice Training and Standards commission.
- Notify supervisor when planning to be off campus during normal working hours.
- Select all departmental equipment and submit appropriate requisitions to your supervisor.
- Cooperate with Learning Resources to assure that an adequate quantity of up-to-date library books and support materials are available.
- Complete the five-hour staff development requirement annually.
- Serve on college committees as assigned.
- Actively participate in professional organizations, as needed.
- Be responsible for and perform other such duties as may be assigned.
- Recognizing and respecting the variety of experiences and contributions represented by all of our students, employees, and community, all Faculty will encourage a learning environment where everyone is supported and valued for their unique perspectives and experiences, and will foster and promote the participation of all members of our diverse communities.