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SOIU Compliance Officer

  • ... Dallas, Vas, United States
  • ... Full time
  • ... Salary: 34855 per year
  • Posted on: Feb 05, 2024       Expires on: Mar 21, 2024

SOIU Compliance Officer   

JOB TITLE:

SOIU Compliance Officer

JOB TYPE:

Full-time

JOB LOCATION:

Dallas Vas United States

JOB DESCRIPTION:

Title: SOIU Compliance Officer DSP03537

State Role Title: Probation Officer Assistant

Hiring Range: Annual Salary is $34,855 and is not negotiable.
Salary is determined by the Virginia General Assembly.

Pay Band: 3

Agency: Department of State Police

Location: Carroll, Floyd, Grayson, Henry, Patrick and the cities of Galex, and Martinsville, Virginia

Agency Website: vsp.
virginia.
gov

Recruitment Type: General Public - G

Job Duties

This position as a Sex offender Unit Compliance Officer (SOIU) assists the efforts of law-enforcement agencies and others to protect their communities and families from repeat sex offenders.
It also protects children from becoming victims of criminal offenders by helping to prevent such individuals from being allowed to work directly with children.
Additionally, this compliance officer position is responsible for properly registering sex offenders, educating sex offenders, verifying sex offenders, and when a violation of law has occurred, referring the matter to a Trooper for investigation.


We are seeking to expand our diverse team of change makers and innovators.
As a member of the Virginia State Police family, you would make a difference by serving every city, county, town, resident, and visitor of the Commonwealth through supporting our vast public safety mission.
Challenge yourself to make a difference today by applying for a career with the Virginia State Police!

Established in 1932, the Virginia State Police has grown to be the largest police department in the Commonwealth of Virginia.
As the mission of the Department has continued to expand, our workforce continues to grow.
We embrace our tradition of professionalism and excellence, and we are excited for our future as we continue our journey to become best in class.
We are firmly committed to our family-like culture and are seeking to expand our diverse team.
We provide an outstanding benefits package, including excellent health insurance, membership in the Virginia Retirement System, deferred compensation, paid leave starting on day one, and other benefits available to Commonwealth of Virginia Employees.


In addition, the Virginia State Police supports its personnel through a comprehensive, holistic Wellness Program.
From our Therapy Dog, Piper, to full-time peer support, our wellness staff teaches and coaches “cognitive fitness” for all employees every step of the way.
Our Wellness Program fosters a welcoming, peer-oriented, inclusive environment with the resources to support our employees throughout their entire VSP career.
We are committed to providing the best so you can be at your best!

Contact Human Resources for additional details.


This position is responsible for the counties of Carroll, Floyd, Grayson, Henry, and Patrick and the cities of Galax and Martinsville.


  • Conducts and completes assigned home and employment verifications as required.
  • Updates the Sex Offender Verification System.
  • Promptly notifies sworn FSOIU personnel of any identified violations with sex offender registry laws.
  • Plans, organizes, and coordinates assignments.
  • Files required reports and forms within established deadlines, which are accurate, legible, and contain required information.
  • Effectively expresses ideas orally or in writing as required to perform the job.
  • Submits all completed SOR forms to the registry within specified time frames.
  • Makes and maintains appropriate community-based contacts, consistent with supervisory instructions including Probation and Parole, local law enforcement, and correctional institutions.
  • Provides training as necessary to Department and outside agencies.
  • Performs other tasks assigned by supervision to meet organizational requirements resulting in a functional unit.
  • Presents cases in court in a professional manner.
  • Provides testimony in accordance with training, laws, policies, and procedures.
  • Promotes good public relations.
  • Strives to promote a cooperative work environment with other agencies and provide agency assists as needed.
  • Increases public awareness by presentation or participation in public awareness projects.
  • Effective working relationships are established with supervisors, co-workers, clients, and/or customers.
  • Maintains all issued items in satisfactory condition.
  • Demonstrates ability to operate and maintain these items appropriately as trained.
  • Maintains personal appearance as defined by Weight Control Policy.
  • Successfully completes all required re-certifications.
  • Attendance and punctuality are performed at the expected level.
  • Ensures proper safety practices are followed.
  • Annually completes cardholder training on proper card usage, security, and procurement guidelines, electronically, within the Department of Human Resource Management's Learning Center.
  • Compliance as required by Executive Order Number Thirty-Five (2019).

Minimum Qualifications

  • Willingness to learn and demonstrate understanding of the registration requirements of convicted sex offenders in Virginia.
  • Knowledge of judicial proceedings, case management, and the parole process.
  • Skill in operating a computer to include Microsoft software applications.
  • Demonstrated skill to operate a motor vehicle.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing in English; to maintain harmonious working relationship with supervisors and the public; to make decisions independently by applying policies, rules, and regulations; to work independently, follow instructions, and pay close attention to details; and to identify community resources.
  • Valid Virginia Operator's License.
  • High School or GED equivalent.
  • Progressively responsible law enforcement experience or any combination of training and experience indicating possession of the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed above.
  • Requires either US citizenship or must have been a lawful resident of the United States for past ten consecutive years.

Compliance Officers assigned to the Firearms and Sex Offender Investigative Unit (FSOIU) shall be assigned to a specific region and duty post by special order.
Compliance Officer's residence shall be located within the assigned duty post or within 45 minutes from any border of their duty post boundary.

Additional Considerations

N/A

Special Instructions

A BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION SHALL BE REQUIRED OF EACH SELECTED APPLICANT

Elements of the selection process include the screening of application(s); the interviewing of qualified candidate(s), to include pre-employment testing, a presentation and/or a work sample, if applicable; salary negotiation(s) if applicable; a background investigation; and a medical evaluation if applicable.
The anticipated duration of the pre-employment process is determined by the successful completion of the above items.


Applications, cover letters and/or resumes shall only be accepted on-line through the PageUp recruitment management system at https://jobs.
virginia.
gov and must be received by 11:55 P.
M.
on February 19, 2024.
Please limit resumes to four pages and cover letters to one page.
Any additional attachments received in excess of this will not be considered.


PageUp provides a confirmation of receipt of your application, resume and/or cover letter submitted successfully.
Please refer to your PageUp account to check the status of your application for this position.
For questions, please contact the Employment Unit of the Human Resources Division at civilianemployment@vsp.
virginia.
gov.


The Department of State Police is an Equal Opportunity Employer.
Our policy is to extend opportunities to qualified applicants and employees on an equal basis regardless of an individual’s race, color, gender, age, national origin, religion, citizenship status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, transgender status, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, pregnancy, parental status, political affiliation, or any other categories protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.


REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

(V)alor (S)ervice (P)ride

Each agency within the Commonwealth of Virginia is dedicated to recruiting, supporting, and maintaining a competent and diverse work force.
Equal Opportunity Employer

Position Details

POSTED:

Feb 05, 2024

EMPLOYMENT:

Full-time

SALARY:

34855 per year

SNAPRECRUIT ID:

S-1707371399-959cb504a0ebaac4fdda3ddc7a4780e4

LOCATION:

Vas United States

CITY:

Dallas

Job Origin:

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Title: SOIU Compliance Officer DSP03537

State Role Title: Probation Officer Assistant

Hiring Range: Annual Salary is $34,855 and is not negotiable. Salary is determined by the Virginia General Assembly.

Pay Band: 3

Agency: Department of State Police

Location: Carroll, Floyd, Grayson, Henry, Patrick and the cities of Galex, and Martinsville, Virginia

Agency Website: vsp.virginia.gov

Recruitment Type: General Public - G

Job Duties

This position as a Sex offender Unit Compliance Officer (SOIU) assists the efforts of law-enforcement agencies and others to protect their communities and families from repeat sex offenders. It also protects children from becoming victims of criminal offenders by helping to prevent such individuals from being allowed to work directly with children. Additionally, this compliance officer position is responsible for properly registering sex offenders, educating sex offenders, verifying sex offenders, and when a violation of law has occurred, referring the matter to a Trooper for investigation.

We are seeking to expand our diverse team of change makers and innovators. As a member of the Virginia State Police family, you would make a difference by serving every city, county, town, resident, and visitor of the Commonwealth through supporting our vast public safety mission. Challenge yourself to make a difference today by applying for a career with the Virginia State Police!

Established in 1932, the Virginia State Police has grown to be the largest police department in the Commonwealth of Virginia. As the mission of the Department has continued to expand, our workforce continues to grow. We embrace our tradition of professionalism and excellence, and we are excited for our future as we continue our journey to become best in class. We are firmly committed to our family-like culture and are seeking to expand our diverse team. We provide an outstanding benefits package, including excellent health insurance, membership in the Virginia Retirement System, deferred compensation, paid leave starting on day one, and other benefits available to Commonwealth of Virginia Employees.

In addition, the Virginia State Police supports its personnel through a comprehensive, holistic Wellness Program. From our Therapy Dog, Piper, to full-time peer support, our wellness staff teaches and coaches “cognitive fitness” for all employees every step of the way. Our Wellness Program fosters a welcoming, peer-oriented, inclusive environment with the resources to support our employees throughout their entire VSP career. We are committed to providing the best so you can be at your best!

Contact Human Resources for additional details.

This position is responsible for the counties of Carroll, Floyd, Grayson, Henry, and Patrick and the cities of Galax and Martinsville.

  • Conducts and completes assigned home and employment verifications as required.
  • Updates the Sex Offender Verification System.
  • Promptly notifies sworn FSOIU personnel of any identified violations with sex offender registry laws.
  • Plans, organizes, and coordinates assignments.
  • Files required reports and forms within established deadlines, which are accurate, legible, and contain required information.
  • Effectively expresses ideas orally or in writing as required to perform the job.
  • Submits all completed SOR forms to the registry within specified time frames.
  • Makes and maintains appropriate community-based contacts, consistent with supervisory instructions including Probation and Parole, local law enforcement, and correctional institutions.
  • Provides training as necessary to Department and outside agencies.
  • Performs other tasks assigned by supervision to meet organizational requirements resulting in a functional unit.
  • Presents cases in court in a professional manner.
  • Provides testimony in accordance with training, laws, policies, and procedures.
  • Promotes good public relations.
  • Strives to promote a cooperative work environment with other agencies and provide agency assists as needed.
  • Increases public awareness by presentation or participation in public awareness projects.
  • Effective working relationships are established with supervisors, co-workers, clients, and/or customers.
  • Maintains all issued items in satisfactory condition.
  • Demonstrates ability to operate and maintain these items appropriately as trained.
  • Maintains personal appearance as defined by Weight Control Policy.
  • Successfully completes all required re-certifications.
  • Attendance and punctuality are performed at the expected level.
  • Ensures proper safety practices are followed.
  • Annually completes cardholder training on proper card usage, security, and procurement guidelines, electronically, within the Department of Human Resource Management's Learning Center.
  • Compliance as required by Executive Order Number Thirty-Five (2019).

Minimum Qualifications

  • Willingness to learn and demonstrate understanding of the registration requirements of convicted sex offenders in Virginia.
  • Knowledge of judicial proceedings, case management, and the parole process.
  • Skill in operating a computer to include Microsoft software applications.
  • Demonstrated skill to operate a motor vehicle.
  • Demonstrated ability to effectively communicate both orally and in writing in English; to maintain harmonious working relationship with supervisors and the public; to make decisions independently by applying policies, rules, and regulations; to work independently, follow instructions, and pay close attention to details; and to identify community resources.
  • Valid Virginia Operator's License.
  • High School or GED equivalent.
  • Progressively responsible law enforcement experience or any combination of training and experience indicating possession of the knowledge, skills, and abilities listed above.
  • Requires either US citizenship or must have been a lawful resident of the United States for past ten consecutive years.

Compliance Officers assigned to the Firearms and Sex Offender Investigative Unit (FSOIU) shall be assigned to a specific region and duty post by special order. Compliance Officer's residence shall be located within the assigned duty post or within 45 minutes from any border of their duty post boundary.

Additional Considerations

N/A

Special Instructions

A BACKGROUND INVESTIGATION SHALL BE REQUIRED OF EACH SELECTED APPLICANT

Elements of the selection process include the screening of application(s); the interviewing of qualified candidate(s), to include pre-employment testing, a presentation and/or a work sample, if applicable; salary negotiation(s) if applicable; a background investigation; and a medical evaluation if applicable. The anticipated duration of the pre-employment process is determined by the successful completion of the above items.

Applications, cover letters and/or resumes shall only be accepted on-line through the PageUp recruitment management system at https://jobs.virginia.gov and must be received by 11:55 P.M. on February 19, 2024. Please limit resumes to four pages and cover letters to one page. Any additional attachments received in excess of this will not be considered.

PageUp provides a confirmation of receipt of your application, resume and/or cover letter submitted successfully. Please refer to your PageUp account to check the status of your application for this position. For questions, please contact the Employment Unit of the Human Resources Division at civilianemployment@vsp.virginia.gov.

The Department of State Police is an Equal Opportunity Employer. Our policy is to extend opportunities to qualified applicants and employees on an equal basis regardless of an individual’s race, color, gender, age, national origin, religion, citizenship status, marital status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression, transgender status, physical or mental disability, protected veteran status, genetic information, pregnancy, parental status, political affiliation, or any other categories protected by applicable federal, state or local laws.

REASONABLE ACCOMMODATIONS ARE AVAILABLE UPON REQUEST

(V)alor (S)ervice (P)ride

Each agency within the Commonwealth of Virginia is dedicated to recruiting, supporting, and maintaining a competent and diverse work force. Equal Opportunity Employer

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