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Property Assistant

Plantation Police Department, Plantation, Florida

Salary: $14.00 - $23.91 Hourly

Final Filing Date: January 20, 2020

PART TIME position.

This is a non-exempt position, which is responsible work in the receipt and control of police evidence and other property. An employee in this classification is responsible for properties assigned to the control of the Evidence and Property section. Work is performed under the supervision of the Property Manager and the Commanding Officer of the General Services Division.

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Duties:

  • Maintenance of the Evidence and Property section, disposal of non-essential properties pursuant to existing laws, policies and procedures.
  • Receives, records and safeguards evidence and property.
  • Maintains content integrity of evidence and property.
  • Informs owners of evidence and property which may be released.
  • Inputs and updates various data and information on computer.
  • This position does not have final procurement authority.
  • Performs related duties as required and as directed.

Requirements:

Typical Qualifications
  • Knowledge and skill in inventory auditing, receiving and issuance of supplies.
  • Knowledge in the proper procedures and policies of handling and storing evidence and property.
  • Knowledge of data entry and retrieval.
  • Knowledge of modern office practices and procedures.
  • Some knowledge of modern information systems and standard software such as Word, Windows and Excel and the ability to learn new applications.
  • Ability to communicate effectively.
  • Ability to work flexible hours.
  • Ability to compile and maintain accurate records.
  • Ability to understand and carry out instructions and to complete work assignments correctly.
  • Ability to establish and maintain an effective working relationship with other municipal employees, City officials and the general public.
  • Ability to operate a City vehicle and possess the required license.
  • Ability to maintain confidentially, prioritize work assignments and work independently.
  • Skilled in the operation of personal computer and typewriter with accuracy and reasonable rate of speed.
DESIRABLE EXPERIENCE AND TRAINING
  • Graduation from a standard high school or an equivalent recognized certificate.
  • Must have law enforcement organization experience; minimum of 5 years preferred.
  • Must have experience and or training with collection, processing, and maintenance of property and evidence.
  • Valid Florida driver's license required with acceptable history.
  • A comparable amount of education and or experience can be submitted for the minimum qualifications.
Supplemental Information
  • Must currently possess or be eligible to obtain, a Florida driver's license with an overall good driving record. No single suspension of driver's license within the past two (2) years and no more than two (2) suspensions within the past five (5) year history (except if suspension was due to insurance error or clerk of court error).
  • It is a necessary requirement and policy that applicants pass all of the pre-employment tests. Please keep in mind that the testing process may take up to six (6) months. If you fail any part of our testing, your application will not be processed further. However, you are eligible to reapply with our city one (1) year from the date on which you failed part of your testing procedures, unless otherwise stated.
  • This is a designated "Will-Call Recovery" classification in the City's Emergency Operations Plan and will require the employee occupying this position to work for declared emergencies. Attendance at National Incident Management System (NIMS) training at the appropriate level is mandatory.

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Posted: January 14, 2020

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