Part time Public Safety Officer (PSO)

Compensation

: $41,505.00 - $77,560.00 /year *

Employment Type

: Part-Time

Industry

: Law Enforcement



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Position Description:

Hours/Schedule:
This position will work varying hours not to exceed 20 hours per weekon-call, morning, day, evening and weekend hours. More specifically, this position will work a variety of shifts and days within a twenty-four hour period, seven days per week (MondaySunday) work schedule.

The Part time Public Safety Officer (PSO) is responsible for ensuring the public safety of the College community, including buildings and property. The POS is a non-sworn/non certified position. The PSO responds to emergency situations throughout campus, such as medical emergencies, fires, disturbances, criminal activity and any other calls for service that involve the public safety of the campus and persons on campus.

Essential Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Respond to calls for service regarding public safety.
Patrol College property on foot, bicycle, or motor vehicle according to procedures issued by the Public Safety Department.
Turn off and on all campus alarm systems, monitor alarm activity, respond to alarm activations and take appropriate action.
Assist with general office duties.
Make initial written reports on all reported incidents. Maintain a daily log.
Lock/unlock all College buildings according to schedule. Patrol buildings and grounds.
Assist with the maintenance of assigned equipment.
Make deliveries of moneys and important materials to appropriate locations.
Check hazardous materials storage on campus. Respond and take appropriate action to any spills or hazardous material incidents.
Assist with traffic and parking control on campus. Issue parking violation and warning notices as appropriate and in accord with department procedures.
Assist with emergency building evacuation.
Guide irate and irrational persons who may be disruptive to the normal course of activities on campus and attempt to facilitate a peaceful solution to the problem.
Assist in rescue operations.
Regular attendance on campus is required for this position.
Other duties as assigned.

Physical Demands:
Lift, pull, and use pushing motions in excess of 100 pounds.
Work in confined spaces, at heights and below ground.
Must wear a uniform.

Work Environment:
Required to work in all weather conditions and to respond to emergency situations such as accidents, fires, gas leaks, and the like; exposure to personal injury risk.
Confined spaces, at heights and below ground.

Minimum Qualifications:

Minimum Required Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
High School graduate or GED equivalent.
Possess/maintain certification in First Aid and CPR OR have the ability to obtain/maintain certification within 6 (six) months of employment.
Possess/maintain a valid Drivers License with a safe driving record.
Demonstrated ability to lift and position injured persons and render emergency aid.
Demonstrated ability to execute defensive maneuvers to protect self and others.
Demonstrated ability to move freely around campus.
Demonstrated ability to maintain high levels of honesty and integrity.
Strong interpersonal skills to deal effectively with students, staff, faculty, visitors and public safety agencies.


Associated topics: countermeasure, explosive detection, monitor, protect, public safety, safety officer, safety report, secure, unarmed, university * The salary listed in the header is an estimate based on salary data for similar jobs in the same area. Salary or compensation data found in the job description is accurate.

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