Civil Service Title: Administrative Taxi and Limousine Inspector
Job Opening: 394888
Salary: $100,000 -$140,000
The New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission (TLC) is the City agency responsible for oversight of the for-hire vehicle industries in New York City, which include yellow medallion taxis, green Boro taxis, community car services and livery cars, black cars services, luxury limousines, commuter vans and para-transit services. Combined, TLC regulates industries that are responsible for over 800,000 daily trips. Our role is to ensure that each passenger's riding experience is safe, comfortable and convenient and that TLC drivers are driving safely. Under supervision, Enforcement Inspectors perform regulatory, enforcement, investigatory, and inspectional duties required in the regulation of the taxi and limousine industry.
Under the direction of the Deputy Commissioner of the Uniform Services Bureau (USB) the First Deputy Chief of TLC Enforcement Training will:
Plan, organize, implement and coordinate the TLC Enforcement Academy, annual in-service training and other criminal justice in-service career development, advanced, and specialized training programs.
Direct the coordination of records concerning instructional activities and personnel matters related to the TLC Enforcement and Programs.
Direct the development and distribution of materials and information concerning TLC Enforcement and Programs.
In coordination with TLC s Training Division and Legal Division, manage the development and implementation of high-quality training and continued education for field inspectors who engage in complex enforcement operations that require excellent judgment and skilled application of law and regulation to facts available in the field.
Manage training staff and coordinate with the Training Department/Human Resources Division of the New York City Taxi and Limousine Commission.
Oversee the scheduling of personnel for training, seminars and ceremonies, including reservation of required facilities.
Coordinate with the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services, New York City Police Department, Port Authority of New York and New Jersey Police Department, and other NYC agencies to ensure equivalent training standards.
Attend meetings and interact with local, state, and federal agencies involved with the New York State and New York City Law Enforcement Training Programs.
Conduct performance evaluations for staff assigned to the TLC Training Unit.
Evaluate all training programs contracted to outside venders.
Submits appropriate paperwork to keep Standard Operating Procedures, Department Manuals, and other instructional materials current.
Recommend and monitor appropriate program outcomes and provide program assessments.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Minimum Qualification Requirements
1. A four year high school diploma or its equivalent, and six years of full-time experience in criminal justice or law enforcement; at least eighteen months which must have been in an administrative, managerial, executive capacity or supervising enforcement personnel. Education received at an accredited college may be substituted for the work experience cited above at the rate of one year of college for six months of experience, up to a maximum of four years of college for two years of experience. In addition, a master's degree from an accredited university may be substituted for up to one additional year of the general experience on the same basis as described above; or
2. A satisfactory equivalent of education and experience as cited above. However, all candidates must have the eighteen months of administrative, managerial, executive experience or supervising enforcement personnel as described in \"1\" above.
In addition to the minimum qualifications the successful candidate will:
Have prior professional Law Enforcement Supervisory and Training experience in an accredited or DCJS recognized Peace Officer/Police Agency.
Possess additional Instructor Certifications for desired enforcement skills.
Have experience with other law enforcement and instructional agencies such as FEMA, HIDTA, and IACP.