Village of Huntley

Management Analyst – Police Department

Salary Range: $63,525 – $88,935

The Village of Huntley, a vibrant, growing community of approximately 30,000 residents located in southern McHenry County and northern Kane County is seeking applicants for the position of Management Analyst in its Police Department.  This non-union, non-sworn position provides high-level administrative and technical assistance necessary for the daily operations and administration of the Police Department’s Support Services Bureau specifically the accreditation program (CALEA), FOIA requests, financial management, as well as other administrative support tasks. Our new hire will have regular access, at the departmental level, to a wide variety of confidential information, including police reports of a sensitive nature, criminal and internal investigations, property and/or evidence records, and court records.

Examples of Duties:

Supports the Accreditation Manager to ensure the Department meets and maintains those standards required by the Commission on Accreditation for Law Enforcement Agencies (CALEA).  Prepares documents, assists with reports, and organizes time sensitive documents utilized in the accreditation process.  Maintains the appropriate accreditation files in PowerDMS.

Monitors changes to professional standards, laws and department practices and works with the Administrative Services Manager to update policies accordingly. Facilitates staff review of newly proposed policies and proposed changes to existing policies. Keeps a detailed file documenting staff review and comments/changes to any proposed order along with the final draft of any order.

Prepares and reviews Freedom of Information (FOIA) requests for compliance with state law.

Provides video footage (body cameras, facility cameras, and squad car cameras) requested for court purposes, FOIA, OPS, other entities requesting footage.  Ensures proper redaction and release policies are followed.  Properly follows the chain of custody for the integrity of evidence.

Provides Chief of Police and Deputy Chief of Support Services quarterly budget reports.

Minimum Qualifications:

Completion of a Bachelor’s degree from an accredited college of university in public or business administration, political science or related field. Minimum of three (3) years municipal experience or an equivalent combination of experience and education to sufficiently perform the job.

Candidates will be expected to complete all required NIMs courses and Illinois LEADS certification within first 12 months of hire date.

Possession of a valid Illinois driver’s license with a satisfactory driving record.


A complete benefits package is available to full-time employees including contributions to medical, dental, and village provided life insurance. Optional vision, flexible spending and deferred compensation plans are available.  The Village participates in the Illinois Municipal Retirement Fund (IMRF) pension. Full-time employees receive paid vacation, sick and personal time, along with twelve holidays annually.

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