Friday, December 1, 2023

Law Enforcement Officer | Federal Reserve System--Board of Governors

Law Enforcement Officer
Location: Washington, DC
Announcement Number: R024052
Salary: $50,400 - $63,500
Closing Date: January 22, 2024

The incumbent will learn to staff security posts, conduct patrols, enforce Board Security policy, and screen visitors via the magnetometer, x-ray, and hand-held metal detector. The incumbent works shift work to include nights, days, weekends, and holidays and must be able to work overtime with or without advance notice. The incumbent is required to become knowledgeable of and conform to all applicable laws, Board policy, and Unit policy and procedures. Develops judgment to implement and enforce security policies and procedures.


  • Staffs a variety of posts on a rotating basis performing work activities such as access control, visitor screening, and foot patrols. Screens visitors and their personal property according to unit policy through the use of screening equipment such as the magnetometer, x-ray machine, and handheld metal detector. Carries and uses a firearm and utilizes defensive and protective equipment. Conducts interior and exterior patrols of Board facilities in order to detect illegal or prohibited activity, potential fire hazards, and accident hazards.
  • Operates a variety of computerized systems to include the CCure system, work scheduler, and the visitor registration system. Makes emergency notifications to Board staff as directed. Maintains logs and journals, conducts preliminary investigations under direction of senior officer and/or supervisor, and prepares clear, accurate and understandable reports as called for by unit policy.
  • Responds to incidents and emergency situations and provides assistance with emergency services such as administering First Aid, CPR, AED; and building evacuations. At direction of supervisors, makes a determination when other police, fire, and rescue personnel should be notified and asked to provide assistance to the Board.
  • Monitors the radio system and receives calls for service. Dispatches calls for service to officers via the radio system in a clear and understandable voice.
  • Develops and maintains a sound knowledge of and conforms to Board and unit policies and procedures. Stays abreast of all updates and or changes. Learns and conforms to applicable laws that apply to the Board's enforcement of laws and stays current as to changes or updates to such laws. Enforces federal criminal laws and the D.C. criminal and traffic code within the jurisdiction of the Board in accordance with Board and unit policy.
  • Works rotating shifts, weekends and holidays as dictated by the unit's need to provide sufficient security coverage on a 24 hour, 7 days a week basis. Overtime is often required without advanced notice. In emergency or unusual situations, may be required to work extended hours.
  • Works with the general public, Board staff, and visitors to the Board utilizing sound customer service skills while also effectively performing the security aspects of the job. Effectively communicates with customers and co-workers and projects a positive and professional image while performing duties.

Paralegal | WSSC Water

Location: Laurel, MD
Requisition Number: 24-0133
Salary: $36.17 - $61.49 per hour
Closing Date: January 9, 2024

The Paralegal performs a multitude of paraprofessional legal work under the direction of the Deputy General Counsel and General Counsel. Provides comprehensive preparation for litigation and collection matters and other legal assignments.

Essential Functions

• Researches, analyzes, and makes recommendations concerning legal issues
• Performs complex and unique administrative work specific to the field of law
• Prepares legal documents in response to legal issues under supervision of Counsel
• Investigates matters by researching, gathering documents, and interviewing witnesses
• Compiles and indexes documents necessary for litigation and discovery purposes
• Monitors and provides updates on the status of pending cases
• Processes the filing of pleadings, subpoenas, and other documents with the courts
• Communicates with clients, attorneys, and the courts daily
• Assists in organizing exhibits, coordinating witnesses, providing litigation support, as needed, during trial, hearing, or other proceeding
• Prepares detailed legal research memoranda in response to legal questions presented
• Performs extensive background research to determine legislative history and intent of certain laws
• Requests, compiles, and issues pertinent documents in response to Public Information Act (PIA) requests and subpoenas
• Drives a vehicle to conduct WSSC Water business

Police Officer, Entry Level | Anne Arundel County Police Department

Police Officer, Entry Level
Location: Anne Arundel County, MD
Job Number: 07296
Closing Date: December 29, 2023

This is responsible local law enforcement work in the protection of life and property and the enforcement of laws and ordinances.

This work involves responsibility for performing, under general supervision, duties in patrol, traffic, investigations, administration, and support services. Duties may include shift work, outdoor work, and exposure to dangerous conditions. This position requires an understanding of law enforcement work and departmental rules and procedures.

Examples of Duties and Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

(Note: The duties and responsibilities enumerated in this class specification are for the purpose of determining a common set of minimum qualifications and salary level for all positions in this class. They are not intended to include all of the essential job functions of all positions in the class).

Safe operation of a motor vehicle during day and night time hours and in all types of weather while simultaneously observing people, places and things.

Standing, sitting, walking and driving for prolonged periods of time.

Responding to highly stressful, hostile, and dangerous situations, quickly assessing the situation, and taking action to reduce the danger and hostility.

Pursuing and subduing prisoners; controlling uncooperative individuals both orally and, when necessary through physical restraint; physical confrontations using minimum force necessary to affect arrest.

Responding to the scene of land or water accidents; performing the proper and necessary rescue functions; administering first aid; directing traffic; and performing other activities during day and night hours and in all types of weather and environments under unpredictable conditions.

Work requires overtime, shift work, and standby when necessary.

Qualify, after training, with firearms (handgun and shotgun).

Qualify, after training, in self-defense skills.

Completion of written reports.

Use of police radio to communicate.

Lift or drag an object (such as a human being); stretch, bend, crawl, run, jump, and perform other job related physical activities.

Overt as well as casual (and at times, covert) observation of people, places, and things during day and night time and in all types of weather while patrolling on foot or in vehicle. Includes distinguishing colors of vehicles, clothing or other objects.

Hear and recognize sounds and voices associated with emergency situations and take proper measures to react and respond to audio information.

Responding to calls for service from citizens; meeting and interviewing citizens in their homes, places of business, on the street or wherever required.


Ability to learn and apply police/law enforcement principles, practices, methods, techniques, and equipment in daily work situations.

Ability and willingness to perform work under adverse and at times dangerous conditions, in unpleasant environments, during daytime and nighttime hours, and for extended periods of time.

Ability to operate motor vehicles and, after training, police issued equipment.

Ability to read, interpret, and follow rules, regulations, written and/or oral instructions or orders.

Ability to establish and maintain effective work relationships with superiors, other employees and the public.

Ability to meet the selection standards promulgated by the County and the Maryland Police and Correctional Training Commission.

Minimum Qualifications

Graduation from high school; successful completion of recruit training and probationary period; and a valid non-commercial Class C motor vehicle operator's license.

Enforcement Officer | National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration

Enforcement Officer
Location: Kodiak, AK or Seward, AK
Announcement Number: NMFS OLE-24-12206283-DE
Salary: $59,653 - $97,373
Closing Date: December 13, 2023

This position is located within the Department of Commerce (DOC), National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA), National Marine Fisheries Service (NMFS), Office of Law Enforcement (OLE) with two vacancies located in Kodiak, AK or Seward, AK.

As an Enforcement Officer, you will perform the following duties:

  • Serve as an Enforcement Officer deterring and detecting violations of National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) statues by conducting visible, uniformed patrols and investigations within the officers assigned area of responsibility.
  • Conduct and assist other law enforcement agencies on performing aerial, at sea and on land patrols, conducting interviews, gathering evidence, conducting search and seizures, apprehending violators, and making arrests.
  • Conducting living marine resources and wildlife enforcement investigations.
  • Complete operational reports for law enforcement operations, including; Comply with all existing policies, procedures and guidelines (including the use of force policy) pertaining to carry, use, display, safety, and maintenance of firearms and intermediate weapons.

NOTE: The duties described are at the full performance level of the ZA-3 grade and the duties at the ZA-2 are developmental leading to the ZA-3 level.

Courtroom Clerk | Maryland Courts

Courtroom Clerk
Location: Upper Marlboro, Maryland
Job ID: 10645
Salary: $54,083
Closing Date: December 11, 2023

The Courtroom Clerk performs experienced clerical work assisting the Judge within a courtroom for Prince George's County Circuit Court. Duties and responsibilities include but are not limited to calling cases; administering oaths; marking and tracking exhibits; keeping a record of the names of witnesses; and listening to events that occur. The Courtroom clerk transfers a Judge's decision and/or ruling to entries that make a permanent record; distributes documented court rulings to other agencies and divisions; and ensures that all functions of the Judiciary in the courtroom are completed with accuracy.

In court responsibilities include: prepare courtroom; ensure dockets are in order and necessary forms are available; take simultaneous notes of court proceedings to make a written record for case file which include civil, criminal, family, juvenile, paternity, and District Court appeals. Generate all necessary paperwork and secure necessary signatures on forms. Prepare Probation Orders and generate Domestic Violence Protective Orders and Peace Orders. Example of forms include bail bonds; temporary commitments; release forms; recall bench warrant forms; cost sheets; advice of rights forms; and probation contracts. Administer oaths and keep accurate records of witnesses. Empanel jury and receive verdict. Operate recording system. Create and maintain a detailed computer time and activity log of court proceedings. Scan documents/exhibits into MDEC system.  

Maintain accurate records of exhibits that are admitted or marked for identification only. Process exhibits for further hearing, taken under advisement or appeal purposes.

In office responsibilities include Type docket entries into the computer system; print forms; stock cabinets and courtrooms with forms and supplies. Scan documents/exhibits into anticipated new MDEC system.  

Handle phone and counter inquiries from attorneys, judges? chambers, and other State agencies such as Parole and Probation, Social Services, juvenile services, detention facilities, and Department of Calendar Management. 


High School diploma (or GED equivalent).


Two (2) years of work experience, to include one (1) year in court operations or in the fields of criminal justice, parole and probation, legal or financial services.


 A Bachelor's Degree may substitute the required work experience.

 A Paralegal/Associates Degree or 60 college credits may substitute the required work   


 A Paralegal Certificate may substitute the required work experience.

Dispatcher | Northern VA Community College Police Department

Location: Fairfax County, VA
Position Number: 28000788
Salary: $45,000 - $55,000
Closing Date: December 11, 2023

This is a dispatcher position for the public safety at a multi-campus college.
The NOVA Police Department is established as a college-wide entity with the responsibility to maintain safety and security of all employees, students and visitors, and property owned or controlled by the College. As such, all police department employees are subject to short-term and long-term reassignments that may include different locations, rotating schedules and duties dependent on the needs of the department and/or staff professional development. This is an entry to mid-level position.

Duties and Tasks:
  • The dispatcher is often the responsible entity for receiving calls for service and dispatch resources, making appropriate notifications.
  • This position is responsible for performing a variety of communications and operational tasks in support of public safety, law enforcement, and security operations, linking those in need of assistance to those who render assistance.

Essential Functions:
May be required to perform other duties as assigned. May be required to assist the agency or state government generally in the event of an emergency declaration by the Governor.

  • Ability to successfully complete initial DCJS approved dispatcher/communications training
  • Ability to successfully complete department field training
  • Ability to acquire and maintain NCIC/VCIN Level A operator certification
  • Ability to successfully complete department required or DCJS required in-service training
  • Ability to follow instructions and perform with minimum supervision
  • Ability to understand and speak English clearly
  • Excellent oral (no speech limitations) and written communication skills
  • Ability to multi-task various job functions
  • Ability to handle stress under emergency situations
  • Good computer skill
  • Ability to type a minimum of 30 words per minute
  • Ability to successfully complete the written telecommunicator assessment
  • Possess a good geographical knowledge of the six NVCC Campuses including surrounding roadways

Minimum qualifications:
  • High School Diploma or GED
  • Successfully pass a telecommunications assessment
  • Must be 18 years of age or older
  • Must be a United States citizen or have been a lawful resident of the United States for the past 10 consecutive years
  • Successful completion of a thorough background investigation.

Police Officer | National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency

Police Officer
Location: Springfield, VA
Announcement Number: 
Salary: $53,105 - $92,995
Closing Date: December 9, 2023

Police Officers ensure compliance with Federal laws and Agency rules and regulations pertaining to law enforcement, anti-terrorism/force protection, and security work. They maintain law and order; protect civil rights; carry a variety of firearms including less-lethal weapons; aid in emergency situations; investigate criminal activity and misconduct; and safeguard personnel and assets.

If selected for further evaluation, you will receive an invitation via email to attend a Police Officer Hiring Event to participate in our screening activities to include physical and written evaluations.

The Office of Protective Services is a 24x7 operation. Police Officers are required to work nights, weekends, holidays, overtime, and are subject to recall on a 24-hour basis. Police Officer candidates must be willing to work outdoors in all weather conditions, and under strenuous and potentially dangerous conditions.

Police Offices are required to sign a Continued Service Agreement requiring completion of 3 years' service with the Office of Protective Services. Officers that leave the DoD, NGA, or the IC prior to completing the 3-year period of service may be required to reimburse the Agency for tuition and travel costs associated with required training.

Paralegal | Fairfax County


Location: Fairfax, VA
Job Number: 23-02795
Salary: $57,382.00 - $95,636.11
Closing Date: December 8, 2023

Under the general supervision of the General District Court Clerk of Court, Director of General District Court – Court Services Director and the Chief Judge or designated judge, serves as a paralegal providing paraprofessional legal support to the General District Court and the Diversion First Initiative, through legal research, legal case file review, drafting legal documents, application of legal policy and code, and management of interns to support the General District Court judges. 

Employment Standards

Any combination of education, experience, and training equivalent to the following:  (Click on the aforementioned link to learn how Fairfax County interprets equivalencies for "Any combination, experience, and training equivalent to")
Graduation from an accredited college or university with an associate’s degree in paralegal or legal assistance studies or closely related field;
 Plus one year of experience as a paralegal or legal assistant.
The appointee to the position will be required to complete a criminal background check to the satisfaction of the employer.

  • Good working knowledge of the legal process.
  • Direct experience working in a law practice or court setting.
  • Experience preparing legal documents and performing legal research.
  • Demonstrated supervisory experience.
  • Excellent customer service and communications skills (verbal, written, and presentation).
  • Experience in the use of Microsoft Office computer software, especially Outlook, Word, and Excel.
  • Paralegal certification.