POLICE OFICER Job in Little Creek Amphibious Base, Virginia – Department of the Navy



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POLICE OFICER – Little Creek Amphibious Base, Virginia
Commander, Navy Installations, Department of the Navy
Job ID: 598170
Start Date: 06/09/2022
End Date: 07/09/2022

Qualification Summary
GS-05: Your resume must demonstrate at least one year of specialized experience equivalent to the next lower grade level (GS-04) or pay band in the federal service or equivalent experience in the private or public sector: 1) Apprehending personnel by the use of force or police equipment (i.e., firearms, taser, Oleoresin Capsicum spray); 2) Preparing police reports concerning incidents and actions taken; and 3) Responding to emergency calls for service while adhering to state and federal laws. GS-06: I have one year of specialized experience equivalent to the next lower grade level (GS-05) or pay band in the federal service or equivalent experience in the private or public sector performing the following duties: 1) Issuing citations in violation of law enforcement regulations ; 2) Conducting investigations related to critical incidents (i.e., traffic accidents, domestic violence, assaults, child abuse/neglect) in accordance to policies and procedures; 3) Interviewing witnesses to gather information about incidents; and 4) Conducting inspections of vehicles to detect the unauthorized removal of classified material, government property, contraband, weapons, explosives or any items detrimental to security. Experience refers to paid and unpaid experience, including volunteer work done through National Service programs (e.g., professional, philanthropic, religious, spiritual, community, student, social). Volunteer work helps build critical competencies, knowledge, and skills and can provide valuable training and experience that translates directly to paid employment. Additional qualification information can be found from the following Office of Personnel Management website: https://www.opm.gov/policy-data-oversight/classification-qualifications/general-schedule-qualification-standards/0000/police-series-0083/ Completion of the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) Uniformed Police Training Program is a condition of continued employment. Employee will be required to sign a continuing service agreement prior to travel to the academy. Agreement to Continue in Service – CSA, Agency requires 36 month of continued employment after the completion of required training from the FLETC in accordance with Title 5 USC 4108 and 5 CFR410.309. Failure to voluntary complete length of employment requirement can subject employee to reimburse to the agency for fees, such as tuition and related fees, travel, and other special expenses (excluding salary) paid in connection with the training. Officers assigned to HSB Crewman operations must be qualified IAW CNICINST 3502.2. As a HSB Crewman, personnel must be qualified IAW NAVEDTRA 43467-1 HSB Operations, the NAVEDTRA 43606, Shore Installation Management Basic Boat Coxswain (SIMBBC) and Crewmember PQS, and NAVEDTRA 43468-A, Shore Training Team Member/Leader. They must also be qualified IAW NAVEDTRA 43466, Security Force Weapons, and OPNAVINST 3591 (series), Small Arms Training and Qualification on all assigned craft’s weapons systems, and qualified as a second class swimmer. Must be able to successfully complete the mandated 40-hour Emergency Vehicle Operators Course (EVOC) to be qualified to Operate motor vehicles (i.e. sedans, cargo trucks, pickup trucks) having gross vehicle weights of 7,000 pounds or less, loading capacities of 1 ton or less, manual transmissions, and 2 or 4-wheel drive in support of operations and to transport personnel and materials throughout the installation and on public roads. With additional training, the incumbent may be required to qualify on police bicycles and other rough terrain vehicles such as ATVs and snow mobiles. Must successfully complete a DoD approved Police Training Academy or equivalent course, e.g. Navy Police Officer Academy; a federal or military police academy; or equivalent law enforcement training. Must also successfully complete any annual sustainment training, Level 1 Oleoresin Capsicum (OC) contamination training (if applicable), and OC refresher training. Due to significant training requirements levied by DoD, SECNAV and OPNAV, incumbent must be trained and qualified to conduct Guardmount and pre/post watch training of other LE personnel before, during and after the assigned shift. Physical Demands: The work requires regular and recurring periods of physical exertion derived from such activities as running, walking, standing, climbing, bending, driving, and lifting/carrying heavy items weighing more than 50 pounds (e.g. climbing stairs during emergency response, carrying personnel during evacuations, personal protective equipment, and weapons systems). In installations with navigable waters, physical exertion may also include swimming. Requires physical stamina, agility and strength to defend themselves, defend others, pursue and apprehend or detain suspects. Officers undergo sustainment training in defensive tactics to include less than lethal equipment and firearms qualifications which require physical strength, skill and stamina. The incumbent must be physically fit and agile in order to pursue persons on foot over/around rough and/or slippery terrain or obstacles and up and down stairs, and to participate as a member of a special reaction or tactics squad in advent of terrorist or hostage situation. Must successfully complete annual agility testing in order to retain position. Work Environment: Performs investigations, checks and patrols in a wide variety and adverse or extreme weather conditions to include natural disasters, high wind and heavy rain as well as cold and snow/ice and under moderately heavy traffic conditions, required to wear protective clothing/use protective equipment during incidents and exercises, and operates vehicles over rough terrain and/or unpaved/unplowed/untreated surfaces. May be exposed to physical attack/bodily injury at a moment notice when apprehending, detaining, or pursuing suspects. NOTE: This position does not meet the definition of law enforcement officer (LEO) and is excluded from coverage as LEO for purposes of the Federal Employment Retirement System-Base Annuity in accordance with 5 CFR, Part 842, Subpart H.

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