Full Job Description
The Coral Springs Police Department has a diverse workforce, with an authorized strength of 221 police officers and 99 civilian members, who are dedicated to providing the highest level of professional service to our citizens, businesses and the visitors we serve. We are nationally accredited, as an Accreditation with Excellence Agency in both Law Enforcement and Communications, through the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA) as well as a Meritorious Agency at the state level through the Florida Commission for Law Enforcement Accreditation (CFA).
This level of service has allowed Coral Springs to enjoy one of the lowest crime rates in Florida for cities with a population of over 100,000 residents. By incorporating a number of problem-solving initiatives throughout the community, such as the Burglary Enforcement And Reduction Unit, the Make a Call Make a Difference community crime campaign and having a School Resource Officer in every public school, our staff is committed to the City of Coral Springs’ mission statement: to be the premier city in which to live, work and raise a family.
For more information on our City and Police Department, please visit the following sites:
City of Coral Springs Police Department website: https://www.coralsprings.org/police
Coral Springs Police Department Employment Frequently Asked Questions: http://www.coralsprings.org/government/other-departments-and-services/police/employment/faq-regarding-the-hiring-process
Coral Springs Police Department Diversity page: http://www.coralsprings.org/government/other-departments-and-services/police/employment/our-diversity
City of Coral Springs Core Values page: https://www.coralsprings.org/mission
City of Coral Springs Strategic Plan page: http://www.coralsprings.org/government/other-departments-and-services/budget-strategy/strategic-plan
City of Coral Springs Employee Culture Video: http://www.coralsprings.org/Culture
City of Coral Springs Employee Orientation Video: https://vimeo.com/80296637
Examples of Duties
Under limited supervision, the purpose of the position is to provide responsible, complex administrative support to the HR function of an assigned department. Employees in this classification are accountable for the accuracy of both routine and non-routine administrative support duties supporting the HR function, performed as dictated by the nature of the department. Position performs essential duties for a large operating unit, a specialized unit, or as primary administrative support. Position is distinguished from that of more entry-level positions by the degree of accountability of the work, greater latitude in exercise of independent judgment concerning assigned duties, and the ability to function with a higher degree of independence. Only projects which entail technical or highly complex matters are given close attention by the immediate supervisor.
Serves as primary back-up in the performance of all police payroll and off-duty detail operations.
Responsible for producing all Police Department and Fire Department employee record requests in accordance with statutory redaction and release requirements.
Maintains personnel files and records; prepares and processes all scanning/imaging for department. Will have access to confidential information and must have the ability to treat data with sensitivity.
Provides both written and verbal verification of employment.
Oversees obtaining and maintaining a variety of data streams such as emergency contact information, tuition assistance/reimbursement, change of employee addresses, officer take-home vehicle charges, etc.
Serves as the Human Resources Representative on the police department’s Motor Vehicle Crash Review Board, coordinating all meetings and providing administrative support.
Assists in administering CritiCall Testing to applicants for the position of Public Safety Telecommunicator.
Performs a variety of general administrative functions not listed above, e.g., data entry, typing, researching and developing reports and documentation proofing. Also, receives telephone inquiries and concerns, ascertaining the nature of the call, and resolving personally, or directing it to the appropriate individual or department.
Develops and implements office systems, forms, and procedures; identifies procedures for process improvements, and recommends new methods and strategies to improve workflow and customer service.
Assists with other duties and supports other emerging projects as necessary when assigned by unit management
High School Diploma or GED.
Minimum of 2 years responsible experience and/or training in administrative support functions, preferably within the field of Human Resources, or, an equivalent combination of education, training, and experience.
May be required to undergo administrative skills testing and/or perform a writing exercise.
The following includes all steps required to process for the position. Continuing to the next step of the process is contingent upon successfully completing the previous step. Candidates can be dismissed at any point throughout the consideration process. Communication regarding scheduling and updates will be posted to your governmentjobs.com account, please check your account regularly.
Apply via our online application
Administrative Skills Testing
Computerized Voice Stress Analysis Examination and Fingerprints
Interview with Deputy Chief of Police
Extensive Background Investigation
Post-Offer Drug Test
Completion of 12 month probationary period
This position requires unrestricted access to one or more of the following: the city's police department, the city's Emergency Operations Center housed within the city's police department, secure/confidential law enforcement information. Candidates selected for this position must submit to an extended background investigation that includes a federal criminal history check via electronic fingerprinting.
The Coral Springs Police Department is firmly committed to offering an equitable, drug-free work environment. We do not discriminate in any employment-related decisions on the basis of race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability or other similar factors that are not job-related. This commitment is practiced in all aspects of our personnel policies, programs, practices, recruitment, examination, appointment, training, promotion, retention and other related activities. When requested, the Coral Springs Police Department will make reasonable accommodations for individuals with disabilities. Please contact the Human Resources Unit at firstname.lastname@example.org if special assistance is needed.