Multiple on campus locations
Closes: Sunday, October 18, 2020
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- Associate’s degree in criminal justice or a related field from a regionally accredited college or university.
- A minimum of one year as a NC certified General Instructor OR High School Diploma with minimum of 10 years as a NC certified General Instructor.
- Five years of relevant criminal justice experience.
- Two years supervisory experience.
- Bachelor’s degree in criminal justice from a regionally accredited college or specialized training at the level required to meet SACS criteria for academic and professional preparation of assigned area of instruction.
- Specialized Instructor Certifications from Criminal Justice Training and Standards, Sheriff’s Training and Standards or by NC Department of Corrections – Office of Staff Development and Training.
The role of the Director, Basic Law Enforcement Training Program (BLET), is to supervise and coordinate all activities (student, faculty and instructional) associated with the Law Enforcement Program of study. The Director, BLET has the primary responsibility for the planning, scheduling, presenting, coordinating, reporting and generally managing each accredited Law Enforcement Training course. The Director, BLET is responsible for maintaining direct supervision and control over the performance of all persons to whom any portion of the planning, development, presentation or administration of a course has been delegated.
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