Support Services Manager

Under executive direction of the Chief of Police, the Support Services Manager serves as the principal administrator for the Support Services Division within the Police Department; plans, organizes, directs, reviews, and manages all division activities and functions, performs a variety of administrative, supervisory, and professional work; assists in designing and implementing procedures, methods, programs and departmental goals and objectives; is a key liaison to outside agencies, the community and media; performs highly responsible technical staff assistance; manages and supervises a staff of more than 10 employees; provides highly responsible and complex professional advice and support to the Chief of Police; and has direct functional management responsibility over multiple bureaus and programs, as assigned.

The Support Services Manager’s duties are administrative/managerial in nature and the incumbent performs work that is often of high complexity and often requires intense and exacting mental attention and ability to reason through and solve complex problems, with broad authority for overseeing the day-to-day operations of the Support Services Division as well as shared responsibility for department-wide strategic planning and goal setting.

The incumbent will have extensive contact with public officials, state/federal/local agencies, other public/private organizations, media and the general public. The incumbent exercises a high level of independent authority, working from broad policies to achieve objectives crucial to the success of the department’s mission.

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The Marysville Police Department is an Equal Opportunity Employer and acts in accordance with the Americans with Disabilities Act.

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