Job ResponsibilitiesGeneral Responsibility:
Under limited supervision, plan and coordinate the administrative support functions of the State Law Enforcement Division (SLED) Special Victims Unit. Responsible for organizing, compiling, and disseminating SLED information to the Child Fatality Committee and the Vulnerable Adult Committee. Handles requests from personnel regarding time sensitive collection and dissemination of information using a variety of databases; compiles investigative reports electronically for presentation to committees, law enforcement and prosecutorial authorities.
Prepare all SLED data, records, and forms for the Child Fatality Committee and the Vulnerable Adult Review Committee. Compile and disseminate all relevant data to all members of both committees. Mail information packages to members, record, and produce minutes of each committee meeting.
Maintain and compile statistics and electronic data for both the Child Fatality Unit and the Vulnerable Adult Unit databases. Conduct database queries and various other forms of complex research.
Assist agents with preparation of reports, statements, and interviews from notes and recordings associated with case files. Compile, organize, file, and maintain investigative material and specialized records and reports.
Coordinate the requisition and acquisition of supplies and materials for the Unit.
Support Program Areas - May perform various support tasks relating to the Special Victims Unit.
Minimum and Additional Requirements
A Bachelor's Degree and one (1) year responsible clerical or administrative experience; or an Associate's Degree in Secretarial Science or related area and three (3) years secretarial experience; or a high school graduate and five (5) years responsible clerical or administrative experience.
Must be skilled at operating a computer, copier, and other related office equipment with a high degree of efficiency and knowledge.
Must have a strong knowledge of Microsoft products.
Must be able to type at an accurate rate of 45+ wpm.
Must be able to analyze reports for accuracy and essential information; to understand, execute, and convey complicated oral and written instructions and; to handle information confidentially and discretely.
South Carolina Law Enforcement Division (SLED) is committed to providing equal employment opportunities to all applicants and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion, sex (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions, including, but not limited, to lactation), national origin, age (40 or older), disability or genetic information.
SLED offers an exceptional benefits package for FTE positions that includes:
Health, Dental, Vision, Long Term Disability, and Life Insurance for Employee, Spouse, and Children
15 days annual (vacation) leave per year
15 days sick leave per year
13 paid holidays
State Retirement Plan and Deferred Compensation Programs
A copy of the Division's EEOP Utilization Report is available at www.sled.sc.gov
Supplemental questions are considered part of the official application. Any misrepresentation of yourself may be grounds for disqualification.
Conditional selection based on candidate education, training, experience, oral interviews and clearance of background investigation.
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