This a critical time for policing and the International Association of Chiefs of Police (IACP) is at the forefront, working to engage communities and promote best practices. The world is in a period of change and IACP is responding with a myriad of new initiatives and member services that bring together innovation, research, and dedication to the profession. The Association is looking for people with the passion, energy, and commitment to help us move the field of criminal justice forward.
Under the direction of the Program Manager, the Project Manager II will support the IACP’s partnership with the United States Department of Transportation (USDOT), to develop and implement traffic and road safety initiatives. The goals of the initiatives are to increase the capacity of local, state, and tribal police departments to effectively address traffic safety in their communities through the development of policies, procedures, and educational resources.
This position is responsible for overseeing the Association’s traffic and road safety initiatives. Working with IACP staff, project partners, and stakeholders, the Project Manager II will:
Supervise several project-related staff members;
Oversee the Association’s Traffic Safety Initiatives cooperative agreement with the National Highway Transportation Safety Administration (NHTSA);
Oversee the Association’s efforts related to traffic and road safety that may work cohesively with NHTSA’s programs;
Management of the Association’s fiscal year and grant budgets for multiple budgets;
Monitor and ensure compliance with grant activities, federal guidelines, and agency policies;
Oversee the ongoing development and implementation of project scope, tasks, and deliverables by IACP project staff, while also ensuring concurrence with grant contracting staff;
Establish and maintain productive relationships with state, local, and tribal agencies, federal entities, law enforcement associations, Association Committees and Sections, and other key stakeholders;
Prepare and conduct educational presentations about programmatic efforts and initiatives, while also representing the Association, at national forums, federally-sponsored working groups, and other events;
Work in conjunction with the IACP’s Highway Safety Committee (HSC) staff liaisons to coordinate the planning of a spring working group, midyear, and annual meeting, and to collaborate on the development of grant deliverables with the HSC members.
Support IACP staff with programming needs and operations; and
Additional duties as assigned.
Bachelor’s degree in subject-relevant discipline;
Minimum of five (5) years of program/project management experience;
Minimum of two (2) years of staff and/or consultant supervisory experience;
Strong interpersonal, organizational, and communication skills;
Excellent attention to detail and ability to finalize products efficiently; and
Proficient in Microsoft Office Suite.
Occasional travel may be required (10-25%)
This is a grant funded position for which continuation funding will be sought
Internal Number: 1177
Founded in 1893, the association's goals are to advance the science and art of police services; to develop and disseminate improved administrative, technical and operational practices and promote their use in police work; to foster police cooperation and the exchange of information and experience among police administrators throughout the world; to bring about recruitment and training in the police profession of qualified persons; and to encourage adherence of all police officers to high professional standards of performance and conduct.
Since 1893, the International Association of Chiefs of Police has been serving the needs of the law enforcement community. Throughout those past 100-plus years, we have been launching historically acclaimed programs, conducting ground-breaking research and providing exemplary programs and services to our membership across the globe.
Professionally recognized programs such as the FBI Identification Division and the Uniform Crime Records system can trace their origins back to the IACP. In fact, the IACP has been instrumental in forwarding breakthrough technologies and philosophies from the early years of our establishment to now, as we be...gin the 21st century. From spearheading national use of fingerprint identification to partnering in a consortium on community policing to gathering top experts in criminal justice, the government and education for summits on violence, homicide, and youth violence, IACP has realized our responsibility to positively affect the goals of law enforcement.