- Six Job Opportunities Metropolitan Police Department MPD will soon be getting money to start a citizen s academy program to develop a neighborhood watchMessage 1 of 1 , Apr 5, 2005View Source
Six Job Opportunities
Metropolitan Police Department
MPD will soon be getting money to start a citizen's academy program to develop a neighborhood watch program. To that end, we will have six job opportunities for 30 weeks, beginning April 2005. In all likelihood, there will be an extension to continue the program thru March 2006 after the 30 weeks expire.
4 Outreach Coordinators, approximately 20 hours per week $12 an hour.
2 project coordinators, 1 for Neighborhood Watch ($17 an hour if full time) and one for the Hot Spot Training and Mobilization Initiative (approx. $43 an hour if full-time). Qualified candidates can work less hours and get a higher hourly rate.
Salaries can be adjusted for shorter hours at a higher hourly rate based upon experience.
Please have interested applicants submit a resume ASAP by fax or e-mail to Marsha Hott, Program Manager -Marsha.Hott@... or 202-727-0711 (fax)
Neighborhood Watch Coordinator will develop and implement community focus groups, edit current document, get it translated, provide training to each hot spot or at least service all, develop fact sheets on Citizen's Patrol and Block Watch and supervise a training-of-trainers program. This person would order supplies and oversee related contracts, i.e. evaluation, and work under the supervision of Enrique Rivera.
Hot Spot Training and Mobilization Initiative
The coordinator will oversee related contracts (training, translation, evaluation). They will supervise the work of the outreach staff, and ensure that a four-part training program is implemented in each "hot spot" which results in some form of organization (block watch, PPS group, etc). In addition, they will order supplies, secure training locations, coordinate with District Commanders, supervise the implementation of a three-month Systemic Prevention program in one of the "hot spots" and a training of trainers program.
The two coordinators will work very closely to coordinate project activities and utilize resources most effectively and efficiently.
Please call Marsha Hott 202-727-8751, or Enrique Rivera, 202-727-8752.