VGCC Main Campus
Henderson NC 27536
Closes: Friday, March 8, 2019
Target Start Date
Expected Work Hours
Must be certified or eligible (prior to employment) to be a Certified School Director/Instructor with the NC Criminal Justice Education and Training Standards Commission
Current instructor certification by NC Department of Justice, Training and Standards Division
Current certification as a NC Law Enforcement Officer
Current Certification General Instructor by NC Criminal Justice/Sheriff’s Commission
Current BLET Certification
Two or more years of relevant work experience in law enforcement
Two or more years of relevant instructional or training work experience
Highly developed analytical skills, writing and presentation skills, and communication skills
Ability to work as a team member
Awareness of regional and global public safety and law enforcement trends
Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice or a related field from an accredited higher education institution.
Distance/Online teaching experience
Experience in course/training program development
Understanding of the community college mission
Develops and implements a vision for all BLET and In-Service training courses including continuing education Criminal Justice course work ensuring they align with the North Carolina Training and Standards requirements and supports the strategic goals of the College.
Schedules and supervises the Basic Law Enforcement Training Program, Detention Officer Certification Program, RADAR program, and commission mandated in-service training program.
Builds a student-centered schedule of course offerings working collaboratively with all College Deans and Chairs, and Student Services Staff.
Coordinates the development and accomplishment of individual and group short and long term goals.
Participates in coordinating, developing, and assessing Program Outcomes and Student Learning Outcomes for BLET and uses these results to make program improvements.
Assists the Dean in managing and evaluating FTE generation.
Assists, builds and maintains a professional relationship with local and regional “first responder” organizations.
Manages day-to-day operations and serves as the primary recruiter for the BLET, In-Service, and continuing education Criminal Justice programs.
Assigns instructors and keep records to ensure all instructors are certified to teach BLET, Detention and commission mandated training topics.
Provides orientation, training, mentoring, support, and supervision for full-time and adjunct faculty.
Assesses and continually improves curricula, materials, and delivery, ensuring state-of-the-art methods and materials are used, and that academic standards are upheld.
Assesses and communicates professional development needs to the Dean of Business & Applied Technologies on all matters relating to the BLET program and to the Dean of Continuing Education on all matters relating to continuing education.
Manages department resources, including rooms, buildings, equipment and supplies, textbooks and media.
Schedules classrooms, equipment and facilities necessary to provide support for the BLET, Detention and commission mandated and non-mandated training programs.
Develops non-mandated in-service training programs for the area law enforcement agencies by coordinating with the Chiefs of Police and Sheriff’s in the service area and state agencies.
Schedules in-service training programs, mandated and non-mandated, for area law enforcement agencies.
Ensures compliance with all law enforcement agencies (NCLET&S and NCST&S).
Assists in the review, update, and documentation of processes, procedures, protocols, website, catalog, and other media.
Oversees the development and administration of training budgets for the department. This includes the acquisition of equipment and instructional supplies necessary for the teaching of the courses offered by the department.
Coordinates the ordering of books, materials, supplies, and availability of facilities for practical experiences for all courses under the Coordinator’s supervision.
Reviews and evaluates instructional materials, including syllabi and other documents.
Recruits, screens, interviews, hires, supervises, and evaluates all instructors and ensure they have the required credentials to teach courses offered for the departments programs.
Assists area law enforcement agencies in the recruitment and development of their personnel.
Evaluates the effectiveness of instructors through observation, review of class records, and formal, as well as informal, evaluation of classes and prepare written evaluations on their performance and suitability for subsequent instructional assignments.
Evaluate all other instructors in accordance with NC Criminal Justice/Sheriff’s Commission standards and maintain these evaluations on file.
Establishes, maintains, and promotes effective relationships and communication with faculty, staff, college offices, professional organizations, state agencies, and external agencies.
Fulfills other duties as assigned.
How to Apply
Job Post Contact
Vance-Granville Community College
Human Resources Department
252-492-2061 Ext. 3440