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Phillip J. Coulson

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  1. OPEN VACANCYID 123 | Verified | 17th December 2018 EST 11:08 Job Title: Auxiliary Police Coordinator - CGC Special Programming Division Job Contract: Full-Time (Full-Time is where a person(s) performs the acts of the job description throughout patrols) Academy Qualification: NO Reports To: Captain Kieran P. or Corresponding Chain of Command. Introduction and Considerations Requirements: Standard requirements will be marked as normal. Additional requirements set by the advertiser are marked in yellow. MUST HAVE SENIORITY AND BE A OFFICER FOR MORE THAN 3 MONTHS. Hold the rank of Police Officer 3rd Grade or Equivalent. (Conditional Invites are Accepted) Full Completed Entry and Police Qualification Have a good standing from any unit or division within the agency. Submit your latest performance appraisal (if applicable) by your current supervisor, which will be forwarded along with your application to the Divisional Supervisor. Introduction to the Position The Central Gaming Community's Special Programming Division administers the community's in-game police reserves. The CGC Auxiliary Police Unit provides in-game members an opportunity to patrol once a month with no set commitments to the community outside of training. That way, younger members, busy students and all sorts of other types of members that cannot dedicate a lot of time can still be CGC officers. The unit is managed FULL-TIME by a NCO/IC and a Superior Officer, appointed by the Superintendent and supervised by the SAHP Captain. The Coordinator of the CGC Auxiliary Police Unit makes the roster, patrol assignments and supervises the Auxiliary Police Officers in-game as well as maintains regular contact with command staff regarding Personnel Management. Application Format Apply via private message to Phillip J. Coulson and farminggamer.
  2. OPEN VACANCY ID:121 | Verified | DATE : 16th December 2018 EST 21:33 Job Title: Acting Lieutenant - Internal Affairs Bureau Job Contract: Full-Time (Full-Time is where a person(s) performs the acts of the job description throughout patrols) Academy Qualification: YES Reports To: Superintendent Phillip J. Coulson Introduction and Considerations NCO Requirements: Standard requirements will be marked as normal. Additional requirements set by the advertiser are marked in yellow. Have a leadership trait and be able to lead and motivate a group of people. Perform well under pressure and be able to clearly express areas of concern and improvements to the senior management team and divisional leaders. Support the 2IC and 1IC in their daily operations in and out of game including watch commanding, administrative work, interviewing and disciplining individuals. Hold the rank of Corporal or Equivalent. (Conditional Invites are Accepted) Full Completed Entry and Police Qualification Have a good standing from any unit or division within the agency. Submit your latest performance appraisal (if applicable) by your current supervisor, which will be forwarded along with your application to the Divisional Supervisor. Introduction to the Position As part of the Non-Commissioned Officer Divisional Supervisor Team, you will be a role model to various probationary and leveled personnel. A Sergeant is in charge of the daily operations of the supervisory teams, ensuring that all protocols are followed and all members are happy. An NCO Sergeant needs to have good leadership and communication skills and is determined to make this community strive in all aspects. As an NCO Sergeant you will be given the following permission, responsibilities, and abilities: Promotions NCO(s) have the right to promote any member(s) of their corresponding division (s), unit(s) from Probationary Personnel to Level One, Two, Three, and Four without confirmation and or approval from a 2IC or 1IC. Recommendations NCO(s) have the right to promote any member(s) of their corresponding division (s) or unit(s) from Probationary Personnel to non-honorable medal(s) . Meetings NCO(s) are required to perform meetings with their supervisor(s), member(s) of their corresponding division(s) or unit(s) on a monthly basis ensuring that everyone is happy, correctly trained and all concerns addressed. NCO(s) are required to perform an annual meeting with the Senior Management Team expressing areas of concern, improvements and how their unit is performing overall. NCO(s) will be asked to collectively introduce information and advice on patrol briefings for all divisional members to hear. Training NCO(s) will be required to complete a division(s) or unit(s) training if applicable by a 2IC or 1IC. NCO(s) in rare occasions might be required to perform the role of a Temporary Field Training Officer (FTO) whereas, they perform a ride along with a newly recruited cadet as a driver and a passenger. Disciplinary Actions Any NCO(s) are required to issue disciplinary actions based on any member(s) of their corresponding division (s), unit(s) breaking the Terms of Service and or Department Guidelines in accordance to the Disciplinary Actions Severity Levels. Writing Performance Letters Any NCO(s) are required to write performance letters to any member(s) of their corresponding division(s), unit(s) that the NCO is the divisional supervisor/leader of in the Performance Letter Format. Application Format In order to submit this application, you will need to private message an application to the Superintendent of the community, Phillip J. Coulson.
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