As the National Institutes of Health (NIH) Chief of Police, you will have the opportunity to protect the nation’s premier medical research agency, making important discoveries that improve health and save
YOU WILL HAVE THE OPPORTUNITY TO MANAGE AND DIRECT THE ENTIRE NIH POLICE FORCE INCLUDING SPECIALIZED UNITS SUCH AS:
• Special Response Team
• K-9 Canine Explosives Detection Team
• Criminal Investigations
• Community Policing Officer
To be the NIH Chief of Police is to be part of something bigger than yourself, to be entrusted with ensuring the safety and security of employees and visitors within all NIH facilities located throughout the United States.
EXPERIENCED SUPERVISORY OFFICERS WHO CAN/ARE:
• Demonstrate knowledge of supervisory principles and general law enforcement standards of conduct.
• Apply federal regulations governing law enforcement operations.
• Subject to a suitability or fitness determination, up to date with law enforcement credentials.
• Meet the basic qualification requirements for a Chief of Police as described in the Qualifications Section of the Vacancy Announcement in USAJOBS.
• Successfully pass the Physical Efficiency Battery Fitness Test.
• Provide strategic advice to senior-level officials on a wide range of complex law enforcement and crime prevention procedures and operational analysis of physical security measures that reduce vulnerabilities to the agency.
• Direct the development, implementation, administration, and evaluation of integrated and highly complex security operations, law enforcement, crime prevention and intelligence programs to protect NIH facilities and personnel.
SALARY& BENEFITS I GS-15: $148,484 – $176,300
Retirement, Health and Life Insurance, Thrift Savings Plan, Military Buy Back
POSITION OPEN: 12/05/2022 to 12/26/2022