Job Opportunities

Police Officer
Gallatin, TN

Do you want to make a difference in your community on a daily basis?

Making a difference at the Gallatin Police Department begins by holding ourselves to a higher standard and being accountable to those we serve. This allows the officers with GPD to make a difference in the community and with the people we come into contact with.

The name on the badge says who hired you. The name on your nameplate says who raised you. If you can represent both with honor and integrity, come grow with us at the Gallatin Police Department.

We are currently accepting applications for both full time and reserve officer positions.  Full time certified officers will start at $20.61 an hour.  

Testing will be held on June 11th and 12th, 2021.

For more information on applying, testing, or benefits, please visit the City of Gallatin’s Human Resource website at:
https://www.gallatintn.gov/250/Human-Resources or call 615-451-5890.

 

Patrol Officer
Signal Mountain, TN


The Town of Signal Mountain is seeking professional candidates for the position of Patrol Officer. Under the general direction of the Lieutenant, the Patrol Officer is responsible for protecting life and property, deterring criminal activity within the community, enforcing all town ordinances, laws and regulations of the State, responding to the needs of the general public and preserving the peace and fostering positive relations with the citizens and community.

The candidate must have:
• Minimum 21 years of age;
• High School Diploma / GED; preferably a BA or Associates in Criminal Justice
• Valid Tennessee Driver’s License or equivalent in state of residence is needed prior to employment;
• Applicants must pass background and driver history check; medical and physical exams, psychological/personality exam, as determined by a town designated psychologist and drug screen.

Responsibilities include, but not limited to: traffic enforcement, Town Ordinances and State laws enforcement, prompt response to service calls and investigation of crimes. The ideal candidate must be able to become Tennessee P.O.S.T. certified, within one year. Any equivalent combination of education and experience which provides the person with the knowledge and abilities required to perform the job may substitute for the above education requirements

The Town offers a competitive entry level wage based on certifications, education and experience. $35,334 (non-certified), $37,101 (certified and less than 3 years’ experience), $38,867 (certified and more than 3 years experience) annually. The town offers a comprehensive benefit package and a take home vehicle.

Applications with copies of current certification(s) and a short resume can be submitted:
1) In person between the hours of 8:00 and 4:30, Monday through Friday at Signal Mountain Police Department, 1111 Ridgeway Ave., Signal Mountain, TN 37377
2) Mailed directly to Signal Mountain Police Department, ATTN: Administrative Assistant, 1111 Ridgeway Ave., Signal Mountain, TN 37377
3) Emailed to: policeinfo@signalmountaintn.gov
4) Faxed to: 423-886-2137.
For an application, go to www.signalmountaintn.gov (appl. is under Employment Opportunity on the right) or call (423) 886-2124. Applications accepted through Friday, June 18, 2021.

 

Police RMS Project Manager
Nashville, TN

Approx. Salary to Hire: $85,000

The Information Technology Division of the Metro Nashville Police Department is seeking an IT professional contract services personnel to serve as a Police RMS project manager, who will oversee and manage the acquisition process of a new RMS system and the migration from our existing Records Management System. The project manager should be someone with experience managing successful implementation of technology systems. The ideal candidate will have prior RMS implementation experience for law enforcement agencies.

Major Job Responsibilities:

The Police RMS project manager has overall responsibility for the successful planning and execution of the system procurement, installation, and migration. Here are the common activities the RMS project manager is involved in:

  • Oversee the development of RMS requirements based on best practice law enforcement records management system standard functional specifications, combined with the functional specifications of MNPD's current RMS as well as interoperability requirements for interfaces to other existing systems, including but not limited to, Mugshot, Booking, AFIS, JMS, and court systems.
  • Familiarizing themselves with information sharing initiatives and incorporate any necessary requirements in the new RMS
  • Working with each agency and component within MNPD to understand, document, and incorporate their unique requirements into the new system
  • Working with all stakeholders, partner agencies, and vendors
  • Meeting with other comparable law enforcement agencies and documenting what they like/dislike about their RMS system
  • Analyzing and designing objectives for procuring the RMS system software
  • Developing a scope statement and all requirements to publish an RFP
  • Assessing and managing risk
  • Estimating and allocating resources for procuring the RMS/CAD system software
  • Organizing work and assigning individual tasks
  • Tracking and reporting programmatic progress
  • Solving and managing issues that arise
  • Communicating to team members, the sponsor, and other stakeholders the progress of the
  • RMS system software acquisition
  • Manage or assist with other MNPD technology initiatives as needed

Required Knowledge/Skills/Abilities:

  • Strong familiarity with project management software tools, methodologies, and best practices.
  • Thorough knowledge of project management prinicples and practices. 
  • Experience with maintaining a project timeline/schedule and budget
  • Experience using process improvement/quality management processes.
  • Proven ability to complete projects according to outlined scope, budget, and timeline.
  • Ability  to  evaluate  current  business  processes  and  make  recommendations  for  process improvement.
  • Thorough knowledge of available information technology.
  • Thorough knowledge of the most efficient ways to utilize computer systems.
  • Thorough knowledge of information system resource requirements and costs.
  • Ability to interpret technical specifications and related documents.
  • Excellent team building, interpersonal, and communication skills
  • Ability to be flexible with planning and managing change
  • Ability to strategize
  • Strong problem-solving skills
  • Strong Leadership skills
  • Good decision making
  • Excellent organizational skills

Please submit resumes to:
Landon Bailey
Harvey Nash
Email: landon.bailey@harveynash.com
Desktop: 615-468-0188 EXT: 2557
Cell: 615-918-6731

 

Certified Police Officer
Lebanon, TN

Responsibilities:
Investigates crimes and accidents, protects property, facilities, and citizens.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Patrols commercial, business, industrial, and residential districts within the City enforcing City Ordinances and State laws.
• Investigates traffic accidents and makes reports of same.
• Investigates crimes, reports findings, and makes arrests of suspects.
• Directs and controls traffic.
• Testifies in court or legal proceedings.
• Operates and maintains law enforcement equipment.
• Investigates, reports and follows-up on various violations of the laws of Tennessee and of the Ordinances of the City of Lebanon.

ADDITIONAL EXAMPLES OF WORK PERFORMED
• Speaks to community groups on methods of crime prevention.
• Assists other departmental staff as directed by supervisor.
• Hours vary including 2nd and 3rd shift.

Certified Officers may qualify for a $2,000 sign-on bonus.

Click here for more information and to apply.

 

Public Safety Dispatcher - Trainee
Oak Ridge, TN

The trainee position, under direct supervision, learns and performs emergency response dispatching activities.  

PRIMARY JOB TASKS:

• Learns to operate a countywide communication system.
• Learns to receive calls for service, inquiries and requests assistance from Police, Fire and Emergency Medical Services.
• Learns to collect pertinent information from callers and disseminates that information to responding units or agencies.
• Learns to determine the priority level of requests for services and mitigates those calls that can be handled without department resources to a response; dispatches personnel and equipment by radio to accidents, crimes, disturbances, etc.
• Learns to maintain status and awareness of police, fire or other City personnel and activities and monitors alarms; provides information to personnel as needed.
• Learns to enter, maintain and validate computer entries, inquiries and teletypes through the National Criminal Information Center (NCIC), and monitors NCIC for teletypes from other agencies.  
• Learns to input warrants, orders of protection and trespassing orders in the Records Management System.  
• Learns to request driver history reports and driver license photos through the Tennessee Criminal Information Center (TCIC) for arrests or investigative purposes; enters orders of protection in the NCIC.
• Learns to process all paperwork, data entry and alert notifications for all missing persons, stolen vehicles, arrested individuals, etc.
• Learns to answer non-emergency telephone calls and requests for information from the public on laws, ordinances and various locations in the County.
• Learns to take after-hours calls for the Electric Department and Public Works and calls out the appropriate on-call personnel.

Click here for more information and to apply.

 

Metro Nashville Airport Authority (2 opportunities)
Nashville, TN

Officer (Airport Police)

The Officer (Airport Police) is responsible for protecting the life and property of the general public within MNAA's jurisdiction by recognizing and reporting unsafe conditions, actions, or environmental hazards. Other responsibilities include operating Aircraft Rescue and Firefighting (ARFF) vehicles including firefighting mechanisms and performing vehicular and pedestrian traffic control.

Essential Job Responsibilities: 
• Ensures strict compliance with MNAA and Transportation Security Administration (TSA) standard operations, policies and procedures.
• Ensures utilizations, reports, and training records are properly logged.
• Serves as first responder for medical emergencies.
• Upholds the laws of the United States and the State of Tennessee.
• Handles police responsibilities for traffic crashes, moving citations, traffic control, and emergency calls.
• Investigates reported crimes, obtains arrest warrants, makes arrests, and apprehends suspects as necessary.
• Sweeps concourses for prohibited items such as explosives or dangerous weapons.
• Answers calls, including medical, unattended bag, water and fire alarms, and door alarms.
• Patrols terminal, parking lots, and perimeter fence looking for suspicious activity and unsecured areas.
• Responds to aircraft emergencies, including plane crashes, fuel spills, and aircraft escorts.
• Responds to malfunctions in perimeter fence gates.
• Works with other agencies’ warrants in other counties or states.
• Identifies environmental hazards and addresses in accordance with Occupational Safety and Health • Administration (OSHA) regulations.
• Operates ARFF vehicles, including the firefighting mechanisms.
• Performs vehicular and pedestrian traffic control.
• Helps individuals in need, including finding shelter for the homeless and transporting individuals to mental health facilities when necessary.
• Conducts disaster exercise training.
• Serves as airport swat team operator on actions such as drug busts and presidential details.
• Maintains regular and on-time attendance.
• Follows all safety regulations.
• Supports MNAA’s commitment to its culture and values, including Respect, Integrity, Service and Excellence (RISE).

Click here for more information and to apply.

Traffic Enforcement Officer

The Traffic Enforcement Officer (TEO) is responsible for performing tasks related to ensuring the safety of Nashville International Airport passengers, visitors, and property.

Essential Job Responsibilities: 
• Directs vehicular traffic on terminal levels and ensures safety of pedestrians and property.
• Issues parking tickets in accordance with appropriate statutes and ordinances.
• Monitors terminal exit lanes for safety and ensures no one can enter.
• Reports medical issues to appropriate parties.
• Assists with medicals by clearing a space for fire and ambulance, and notifying dispatch of first responder locations.
• Checks for unattended bags and notifies dispatch accordingly.
• Operates a two-way radio to transmit and receive information regarding traffic, lost and found issues, and flight information.
• Provides passenger assistance by answering questions, giving directions, and providing other information.
• Assists customers with vehicle problems, such as battery recharges and retrieving keys.
• Supports MNAA’s commitment to its culture and values, including Respect, Integrity, Service and Excellence (RISE).
• Maintains regular and on-time attendance.
• Performs other duties as assigned.

Click here for more information and to apply.

 

Assistant Vice President for University Police/Chief of Police
MTSU - Murfreesboro, TN

Middle Tennessee State University is seeking an Assistant Vice President for University Police and Chief of Police.  The position will be responsible for directing and coordinating campus safety and security functions as the chief law enforcement officer under the direction of the Vice President for Business & Finance.

Duties include overseeing the enforcement of state and local laws; enforcement of University rules and regulations; prevention, suppression, detection and investigation of crime; managing and/or responding to emergency calls; maintaining and promoting programs to educate the University community on crime prevention; protecting life and property; overseeing the administration of the University’s Emergency Operations Plan. 

Bachelors degree required. Eight years of progressively responsible law enforcement experience is required, which should include three years of management experience. Certified in the State of Tennessee or eligible for P.O.S.T. certification in the State of Tennessee required upon hire.

To learn more about this opportunity please visit https://careers.mtsu.edu/

 

Police Chief
Bristol, TN

Due to retirement of current Police Chief, the City of Bristol is seeking a well-rounded professional with proven leadership skills to serve as the City’s next Police Chief.  

The Police Chief will lead the nationally accredited department of 78 sworn officers and 21 civilian employees and will manage the department’s $8.3 million budget. Position reports to the City Manager. Strong interpersonal, organizational, supervisory, and decision-making skills required; ability to interact and communicate effectively with local, state and regional law enforcement personnel, local officials and the public is required. Must be a team player who can work well with other City departments, the City Manager, and outside agencies. Bachelor’s Degree in Public Administration, Criminal Justice, Business Administration, or a related field; supplemented by ten (10) or more years of progressively responsible work experience, with demonstrated administrative and management skills; or an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience. Master’s Degree preferred.

The successful candidate can expect a competitive benefits package with an annual salary range of $75,994 to $121,590. Salary offered will be dependent on qualifications. 

Click here to read more about the City of Bristol, TN, the position, and to apply.