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11-12-2007, 09:21 PM
So if Carlucci is saying that the University has so much "Cash" how about they offer up some of it for take homes, equipment, tasers, etc.

We keep hearing about how much they have, can we see some of it ?

11-15-2007, 02:08 AM
The state system, that pays into your retirement, gaurantees the retirees a 3% raise. On the state system the retirees are alwasy taken care of with the cost of living raise, but the current workers struggle with the below 3%. Good for retirees, not good for people currently working. And on a system where your retirement is payed for without contributing, thats just the way it is going to be.

11-15-2007, 05:36 PM
Personally I would rather pay in a percentage and get out at 20 years...That's just me though :o)

11-15-2007, 10:51 PM
Well if we a "bounus" instead of an actual pensionable raise, we may have to pay into our pensions.

I'm sure the bobble heads that sit on the other side of the table are well taken care of for refusing the rank and file workers a decent raise.

Oh by the way usgov Jobs has quite a few decent paying jobs in the area.

11/20/2007 Security Specialist
Civilian employees serve a vital role in supporting the Army mission. They provide the skills that are not readily available in the military, but crucial to support military operations. The Army int ...[more]

Vacancy Ann.#: WTST07331673
Who May Apply: US Citizens and Status Candidates
Pay Plan: GG-0080-11/11
Appointment Term: Permanent
Job Status: Full-Time
Opening Date: 11/6/2007
Salary: From 52,912.00 to 68,787.00 USD per year

Army Installation Management Agency US-FL-FL - Tampa 52,912.00+

11-16-2007, 01:49 AM
That job is a pay raise, but to me it looks like the same thing USF is trying to pull; getting qualified applicants for a job, at a lower pay rate. That deal advertised is pretty the same deal advertised in 95/96'' for Bosnia, I'm guessing..., but then it was a salary of tax free, 90k-100k. I would guess that job is going over seas too..., getting paid less, and getting taxed.

11-16-2007, 02:40 AM
Heard on the news USF was awarded another research grant of 190 million in grants for research. A report about 9 months ago reported said 24 million was unaccountd for at USF, and their budget was a lot bigger than the City of Tampa budget. What happened to that investigation? You're tellinig me there is no money for what the police department needs to function?

11-16-2007, 04:40 AM
In their eyes 2 security guards a shift have solved all the security issues here at USF. As long as nothing "big" happens they could care less about this Department. We are just annoying them by bringing out FACTS.

I will be the first one to talk to the media when something does happen here. I WILL NOT HOLD BACK "CARL".

11-16-2007, 06:32 AM
Carl should show up at one of our meetings in svc2070 and tell us in person, in front of our PBA reps and lawyer, to shut up about whats going on here.

Let something happen to one of us after we told this University and the media that we are understaffed. You will be paying lawsuits for years. Its more than a money issue its a safety issue. This place finds money for every other Bulls hit need. But will nickel and dime this Department to death.

11-16-2007, 07:55 PM
Well thats about it I guess :shock:

11-17-2007, 07:17 PM
If anything happens out here Carl's ass in on the line. I don't care if he hires 10 VPs to but a buffer between us and him, any idiot with half a brain will FOLLOW THE MONEY. All the people at HR we have been dealing with, Sandy, Truuudi, etc, they all report DIRECTLY to you carl.

11-17-2007, 07:26 PM
CITY OF TEMPLE TERRACE
POSITION: POLICE OFFICER
POSITION NO: 4.226
DEPARTMENT: Police Department
PAY GRADE: P1
SALARY: $40,431 - $64,397
This is general duty police work enforcing laws and ordinances. Responsibilities include patrolling; protecting life
and property; preventing; detecting, and investigating crimes; and maintaining law and order. Employee must
exercise considerable independence and sound judgment. Specific assignments are received from superior officers
and are carried out in accordance with established rules and procedures. May be assigned special law enforcement
and communication (dispatch) duties. Must be able to work without direct supervision in an emergency and make
sound decisions calmly and quickly. Must maintain effective working relationships with employees and the public.
Employee is required to work rotating shifts including nights, weekends, and holidays.
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS
Knowledge, Abilities and Skills
? Ability to learn principles and practices of police work; understand and enforce laws and ordinances; learn
civil and criminal laws, police rules and regulations, and standard operating procedures.
? Ability to monitor situations analytically and objectively to determine proper course of action.
? Ability to work independently; adjust to changing work conditions; and maintain a state of physical and
mental fitness and readiness.
? Ability to react with speed and composure under dangerous/emergency conditions and manage situations
firmly, courteously, tactfully, impartially, and with respect to others.
? Ability to conduct complete and thorough investigations.
? Ability to qualify with firearms and intermediate weapons; use appropriate defensive tactics to control and
arrest violent and non-violent offenders.
? Ability to operate emergency vehicles under stressful conditions.
? Ability to acquire skills in the use and care of firearms and weapons; motor vehicle operations; and
lifesaving techniques.
? Ability to work various shifts, including weekends and holidays.
? Knowledge of City?s geographical area.
? Ability to communicate effectively orally and in writing.
? Ability to speak publicly and establish and maintain effective working relationships with employees and the
public.
? Working knowledge of computer applications, including Microsoft Office.
Training and Experience
? High School Diploma or GED.
? College, military, or prior law enforcement preferred.
? Current Florida Department of Law Enforcement/Criminal Justice Standards and Training Commission
(FDLE/CJSTC) Certification.
? Or, completion of Florida Basic Law Enforcement Academy, crossover training, Florida Equivalency of
Training, or comparative compliance course, and passed Florida Law Enforcement Officer (LEO) State Test.
? Police Academy Certification.
Special Requirements
? Valid Florida driver?s license.
? Minimum age, 19 years.
? Must meet Chapter 943, Florida Statutes requirements.
? Birth Certificate or certified copy.
? Valid Social Security Card; copies of all documented name changes.
? If applicable, military discharge (DD214) indicating no U.S. Armed Forces dishonorable discharge.
? Selective Service Card (males between ages 18 to 25 years).
? Must meet all pre-screening requirements; pass a comprehensive physical (including drug screening),
psychological examination, and the City's background investigation including fingerprinting.
? Must reside within 35 miles of Temple Terrace within one (1) year of employment.
? Must sign three-year contract; be tobacco-free for one year preceding appointment and throughout Police
Department employment.
? Must adhere to established departmental grooming and appearance dress codes.
The City of Temple Terrace is a drug-free workplace.
A pre-employment drug screen, criminal history background investigation,
and a driver?s license verification will be conducted.
EQUAL OPPORTUNITY EMPLOYER
VETERAN'S PREFERENCE EMPLOYER
POSTING DATE: October 1, 2007
CLOSING DATE: Open until filled.

11-19-2007, 03:43 PM
TAMPA PD

SALARY RANGE:
(P01) $21.34 - $31.11 an hour $44,387.20 - $64,708.80 a year
BENEFITS:COMPARE TO USF: $35,040.00 - TO NOT MUCH MORE A YEAR
40-hour work week; annual and sick leave; paid holidays; medical and life insurance. State of Florida Incentive Plan, maximum available $1,560 per year.

QUALIFICATIONS:
Age: Minimum Age: 21 years.

Citizenship: Applicant must be a United States Citizen.

License: Possession of a valid Florida Driver?s License.


Certification: Possession of a State of Florida Certification as a Law Enforcement Officer ? or ? current enrollment in a Law Enforcement Basic Recruit Training Program approved by the Florida Criminal Justice Standards & Training Commission. (Proof of active participation in the Certification Training Program is required to process the employment application. Proof of successful completion of the Basic Recruit Training and State Certification exam results are required to be eligible for employment.


For out-of-state Police Officers and Military Police candidates, Equivalency for Certification is required. Contact the Florida Department of Law Enforcement at 850/410-8600 (www.fdle.state.fl.us/cjst/officerrequir ... lency.html (http://www.fdle.state.fl.us/cjst/officerrequirements/equivalency.html)) for information on the Equivalency of Training process.


QUALIFICATIONS - EDUCATION/WORK EXPERIENCE:

- Possession of an Associate?s Degree or completion of 2 years of college coursework from an accredited college or university (60-semester or 90-quarter hours);- OR-

- High-school diploma and three (3) years of prior law enforcement or corrections experience at a department of medium-to-large size; - OR -

- High-school diploma and three (3) years of full-time, active military experience; - OR -

- High-school diploma and five (5) years of experience as a member of the Tampa Police Department Reserve Force; - OR -

- An equivalent combination of college education, related work experience, or TPD Reserve Force experience.


REQUIRED DOCUMENTS:

- State of Florida Certificate of Compliance as a Law Enforcement Officer or proof of current enrollment in the Basic Recruit Training Program.

- High-School Diploma or College Transcript

- Birth Certificate

- DD214 - Military Discharge (if applicable)

- Valid Florida Driver?s License.

Note: Applicants will not be eligible for Police Officer until copies of all required documents have been submitted to the City of Tampa Employment Services Office.


EXAMINATION:
- Evaluation of Training and Experience

- Physical Abilities Test (pass/fail)

- Background Investigation (to include polygraph)


APPLICANTS SELECTED FOR EMPLOYMENT MUST PASS:

- Psychological Examination

- Medical Examination administered by City designated physicians

- Pre-Employment Drug Screening (Officers are subject to random drug testing after employment with the City of Tampa.)

TAMPA POLICE DEPARTMENT


CLOSING DATE FOR APPLICATIONS: Continuous Recruitment until Further Notice.


Revised: 5-26-06; 9-1-06; 1-25-07; 10-11-07 (007451)




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