Inspector (22771)-Federal Reserve Board (DC)

The Inspector is responsible for oversight of sworn and unsworn personnel in the Law Enforcement Unit. Serves as a senior sworn law enforcement official and advisor to the Deputy Chiefs, Assistant Chief, Chief and senior Board personnel on matters pertaining to day-to-day operation and readiness of the LEU. Directs and guides law enforcement (sworn and unsworn) personnel as necessary to meet these requirements. Responsible for a wide range of law enforcement services as well as ancillary physical, informational, and operational duties as assigned. Must demonstrate a very high level of professionalism, teamwork, and excellent customer service. Requires command-level decisions based on interpretation of existing federal and local laws, tempered by an understanding of Board policies, procedures, and risk management profile. The incumbent works with a great deal of independence and is responsible for ensuring that Unit policies and procedures are carried out and/or complied with. In the absence of the Deputy Chief, acts as bureau commander. Represents the LEU at intra- and interdivisional meetings and project teams.

Requires a Bachelor’s degree and nine (9) years’ experience or a Master’s degree and eight (8) years’ experience or the equivalent combination of training and experience. Experience must include at least two (2) years of supervisory experience as a Captain or above and a strong investigative and/or intelligence background. Must have a high level of job knowledge, demonstrated leadership skills, and ability to participate as a member of the Unit’s Senior Staff. Must understand the interrelationship between federal law, DC criminal code, and the Board mission. Must have solid oral and written communication skills as well as strong computer skills in Microsoft Office Suite. Requires a valid motor vehicle operator’s license and acceptable driving record, both of which must be maintained. Requires the ability to carry and use a firearm in accordance with Unit, Board and System requirements. Requires expert knowledge of emergency procedures to serve as incident commander and direct activities of assigned personnel. Responsible for 24/7 oversight of assigned personnel and must be able to work and/or respond promptly nights, days, weekends, and holidays as needed. Must meet the suitability standards for the job, be eligible for a top-secret clearance and successfully complete a comprehensive screening, which will include a psychological evaluation and a medical examination. Must meet and maintain physical and mental requirements of the job. Incumbents are required to take and successfully pass periodic physical examinations and screenings. Must submit to and pass drug testing and successfully pass a background investigation that will include, but is not limited to, a fingerprint check, name check, a credit check, and a driving record check. Must successfully complete all of the Board’s mandated training for law enforcement officers and must continually satisfy the Board’s training and firearms qualification standards. Must be able to wear the issued uniform and wear and use issued gear properly while performing his/her work functions. Must be able to reach incidents, take a quick and accurate assessment and make a plan of actions in order to take command. The medical standards more fully describe these requirements and are included as a part of this position description by reference.

Duties and responsibilities to include but are not limited to:
Ensures goals and objectives are carried out and are in line with the Unit’s mission by conducting audits and inspections of LEU procedures and process. Exercises broad responsibility and authority for managing the overall efficiency and effectiveness of LEU duties and responsibilities as assigned.
Conducts ongoing appraisals of the Unit’s activities to identify organizational, administrative, managerial, budgetary and operational deficiencies and to identify and recognize outstanding performance.
Responsible for the ongoing review and updates to the LEU General Orders and Standard Operating Procedures.
Responsible for the day-to-day communication with other Federal Agencies to include, but not limited to the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Washington, D.C. Joint Terrorism Task Force (JTTF), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), United States Secret Service (USSS) and the Metropolitan Police Department’s Fusion Center (MPD).
Conducts ongoing audits and inspections of various functions throughout the LEU, making recommendations for improvement and on-site corrections, at the request of the Assistant Chief.
Shall be responsible for the Performance Management Program for the LEU. Prepares disciplinary recommendation packages for review by the Assistant Chief. Coordinate follow-up activities with other departments, divisions, or agencies, as deemed necessary.
Oversees the Recruitment Process and provide information and recommendations to the Assistant Chief pertaining to the promotion of Unit personnel.
Coordinates the 3Cs Performance Management Program for all sworn Law Enforcement Officers and civilian employees.
Responsible for the gathering and dissemination of law enforcement specific information gathered through the LEU partnership with other law enforcement partners, including, but not limited to, FBI JTTF, DHS, MPD, USSS USCP and USPP.
Reviews and update LEU General Orders and Standard Operating Procedures annually, making recommendations for changes in line with best practices.

Full vaccination for COVID-19 is required as a condition of employment, unless a legally required exception applies.