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Position Code



State of Michigan

Department of Civil Service

Capitol Commons Center, P.O. Box 30002

Lansing, MI 48909


Federal privacy laws and/or state
confidentiality requirements protect
a portion of this information.

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This form is to be completed by the person that occupies the position being described and reviewed by the
supervisor and appointing authority to ensure its accuracy. It is important that each of the parties sign and
date the form. If the p
osition is vacant, the supervisor and appointing authority should complete the form.

This form will serve as the official classification document of record for this position. Please take the time to
complete this form as accurately as you can since the in
formation in this form is used to determine the proper
classification of the position.
THE SUPERVISOR AND/OR APPOINTING AUTHORITY SHOULD
COMPLETE THIS PAGE.


2.

Employee’s Name (Last, First, M.I.)



8.

Department/Agency

Department of State Police


3.

Em
ployee Identification Number



9.

Bureau (Institution, Board, or Commission)

Science, Technology and Training Bureau


4.

Civil Service Classification of Position


State
Office

Administrator 1
7


10.

Division

Biometrics and Identification Division


5.

Working Title of Position (What the agency titles the
position)

Division
Director



11.

Section

Administrative


6.

Name and Classification of Direct Supervisor

Lt. Col. Dan Atkinson, Deputy Director



12.

Unit



7.

Name and Classification of Next High
er Level Supervisor

Col. Kriste Kibbey Etue
,
Department Director


13.

Work Location (City and Address)/Hours of Work

333 S. Grand Ave., Lansing

8 am to 5 pm



14.

General Summary of Function/Purpose of Position

The
Director of the
Biometrics and Identific
ation Division

(BID)
is responsible for the administration of
the state central repositories of
the Automated Fingerprint Identification System (
AFIS
)
,
the Statewide
Network of Agency Photo’s (SNAP)
,
and
the
Combined DNA Index System
(
CODIS
)
.

The BID
Dire
ctor is also responsible for the administration of
Credibility Assessment (
Polygraph
)
,
the Criminal
Investigative Analysis Unit,
Forensic Artists, Audio/Video Analysis, Live Scan and the Photo Lab.
This
position will manage the
B
ID

budget
and be responsi
ble for ensuring

records quality through internal
and external auditing and training, and ensuring records information and analysis is available and within
legal compliance in all manner of u
se and release of the records.

For Civil Service Use Only


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15.

Please describe your
assigned

duties, percent of time spent performing each duty, and explain what is done
to complete each duty.



List your duties in the order of importance, from most important to least important. The total percentage
of all duties pe
rformed must equal 100 percent.

Duty 1

General Summary of Duty
1



20
% of Time


A
dminist
er the
Biometrics and Identification Division.


Individual tasks related to the duty.



Establish the vision, goals and strategic plan for
the
Biometrics an
d Identification Division
.



Establish
policies impacting the criminal justice community and the public.



Assure compliance with legislative and legal mandates.



Handle personnel issues in a consistent manner and assure internal investigations, disciplinary co
nferences, hiring,
and other personnel actions are handled in accordance with established policies and procedures.



Foster good working relationships within MSP and with MSP’s external partners, including the FBI, MACP, MSA
慮d o瑨敲s.



Conduct regular meet
ings and provide direction and impart information to management and staff.



Oversee allocated budget
, and assess future budgetary needs of the division. This includes improvement of existing
programs and implementation of new ones.

Duty 2

General Summary
of Duty 2





15
% of Time


Overall administration of th
e
AFIS,
SNAP

and CODIS
.

Individual tasks related to the duty.



Work with partner agencies and the public to develop user work groups to encourage user participation in developing system
capabilities, p
olicy, and use guidelines.



Overs
ee the
Live Scan
submission

of
arrest, charge, court disposition data
,
and
mug shot photos

within Michigan
.



Provide
d
ata to the public and specific users in an expeditious and

user
-
friendly manner, and according to legal re
quirements.



Secure assistance

from the Project Office and DTMB

to maintain the efficient functioning
of the
com
puterized systems and
make enhancements as operational need and/or federal or legislative mandates dictate.




Work with contributing agencies to e
nsure their cooperation and participation in the system
s
.



Oversee
system upgrades, equipment refresh and establishment of disaster recovery capabilities for systems within the
Biometrics and Identification Division
.



Maintain liaison w
ith the

federal, state
, local and tribal law enforcement
and other partner agencies
.



Oversee customer service.


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Duty 3

General Summary of Duty 3


15
% of Time


System policy development, auditing and training to support system usage.

Individual tasks related to the duty.



Perf
orm audit and training functions to assure agencies
understand and are
meeting federal and state requirements.



Be cognizant of, and ensure Michigan is following, NCIC requirements and guidelines.



Ensure information is accessible and compliant with state a
nd federal requirements



Oversee the performance of periodic audits, both internal and external to assure records are accurate.

Duty 4

General Summary of Duty 4



20
% of Time




Overall administration of the
Biometrics and Identification Division
Budget

I
ndividual tasks related to the duty.



Establish and manage the
Biometrics and Identification Division

budget, including administering fees and
monitoring fee income.



Oversee legislative requirements on fee collection and use; suggest changes; monitor fee re
venues.



Oversee the money handling processes.



Work with the
fiscal manager
to maintain the division budget.



Encourage and

monitor grant applications.




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Duty 5

General Summary of Duty 5


15
%

of Time


Actively seek “cutting edge” opportunities to support
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Individual tasks related to the duty.



See
k

grants to support technology and personnel to further the mission of the Biometrics and Identification Division.



Develop the knowledge base to support expansion of tech
nology and services in support of biometric identification
capabilities.

Duty 6

General Summary of Duty 6



15
%

of Time


Administration of the Forensic Artists program, Audio/Video Analysis Unit, and the Investigative
Services
Section, which includes the
Credibility Assessment Unit (Polygraph) and the Criminal Investigative Analysis
Unit.

Individual tasks related to the duty.



Oversee programs and ensure the highest quality service to law enforcement partners.



Develop procedures, policies, controls, and pr
ogram metrics to ensure the services being provided are
highly effective and efficient.



Market services to law enforcement, both internally and externally to maximize resources.



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16.

Describe the types of decisions you make independently in your positi
on and tell who and/or what is affected by those decisions.
Use additional sheets, if necessary.

The types of decisions made independently include all decisions involving program and funding
priorities, the establishment of procedures and policies, and ro
utine personnel and office administrative
actions.


17.

Describe the types of decisions that require your supervisor’s review.

Decisions that would require the
Bureau

Director’s review include those that may be political in nature
involving legislation, o
ther state agencies, or severely impact other
law enforcement

agencies within
Michigan.


18.

What kind of physical effort do you use in your position? What environmental conditions are you physically exposed to in you
r
position? Indicate the amount of t
ime and intensity of each activity and condition. Refer to instructions on page 2.

This is an office job consisting of sitting, standing, computer work, communicating with persons on the
telephone and in person, attending and conducting meetings. Some tr
avel is required.

If filled by an
enlisted member of the Michigan State Police, must be able to perform the duties of a trooper 11 if
necessary and is required to carry a firearm.


19.

List the names and classification titles of classified employees whom

you immediately supervise or oversee on a full
-
time, on
-
going
basis. (If more than 10, list only classification titles and the number of employees in each classification.)

NAME

CLASS TITLE

NAME

CLASS TITLE

Jeremy Slavish

State Administrative Manager
16



Kit Marks

Executive Secretary 10
















20.

My responsibility for the above
-
listed employees includes the following (check as many as apply):


X

Complete and sign service ratings.


X

Assign work.


X

Provide formal written counseling.


X

App
rove work.


X

Approve leave requests.


X

Review work.


X

Approve time and attendance.


X

Provide guidance on work methods.


X

Orally reprimand.


X

Train employees in the work.


21.

I certify that the above answers are my own and are accurate and complete
.









Signature



Date

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NOTE: Make a copy of this form for your records.

TO BE COMPLETED BY D
IRECT SUPERVISOR


22.

Do you agree with the responses from the employee for Items 1 through 20? If not, which items do you disagree with and why?




YES


23.

What are the essential duties of this position?

The
Director of the
Biometrics and Identification Division
(BID)
is responsible for the administration of
the state central repositories of AFIS,
SNAP

and CODIS
.

The BID Director is also responsib
le for the
administration of
Credibility Assessment (Polygraph), the Criminal Investigative Analysis Unit,

Forensic Artists, Audio/Video Analysis, Live Scan and the Photo Lab.
This position will manage the
BID

budget and be responsible for ensuring record
s quality through internal and external auditing and
training, and ensuring records information and analysis is available and within legal compliance in all
manner of use and release of the records.


24.

Indicate specifically how the position’s duties and

responsibilities have changed since the position was last reviewed.

Since the creation of the Biometrics and Identification Division
,

the following responsibilities have been
added:
Credibility Assessment (Polygraph), the Criminal Investigative Analysis
Unit,
, Forensic Artists
Unit and the Audio/Video Analysis Unit
.


25.

What

is the function of the work area and how does this position fit into that function?

The
Biometrics and Identification Division

is responsible for collecting data from all law enfor
cement
and other criminal justice entities. It is the statewide repository for several sets of data including
fingerprints, arrest photos,

and CODIS
.

This position serves as
D
irector of the
Biometrics and
Identification Division
.


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26.

In your opinion,

what are the minimum education and experience qualifications needed to perform the essential functions of this
position.

EDUCATION:



Possession of a bachelor’s degree in any major.



EXPERIENCE:




Two years of experience as a professiona
l manager or program/staff specialist, or

equivalent experience.



T
wo years of experience
relevant to the services provided by the Biometric Identification Division as a
department manager or program/staff specialist or
equivalent
, preferred
.

KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES:

Knowledge of the criminal justice system, computerized record keeping systems, management
experience
would be helpful. This person must be able to analyze situations and develop solutions, to
communicate effectively, a
nd maintain favorable public relations.

Must possess excellent oral and
written communication skills and good interpersonal skills
.

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:

None

NOTE: Civil Service approval of this position does not constitute agreement
with or acceptance of the desirable qualifications for this position.


27.

I certify that the information presented in this position description provides a complete and accurate depiction
of the duties and responsibilities assigned to this position.









Supervisor’s Signature



Date

TO BE FILLED OUT BY APPOINTING AUTHORITY


28.

Indicate any exceptions or additions to the statements of the employee(s) or supervisor.


29.

I certify that the entries on these pages are accurate and complete.









A
ppointing Authority’s

Signature



Date

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