CAMPUS PEACE OFFICER
Applicant will need to perform security related functions at a community college, including responsibility for maintaining order, for the security of College property, and for the safety of students, visitors and staff. The work is performed under the general supervision of the Assistant Director of Public Safety, with considerable latitude allowed for the exercise of independent judgment in carrying out assignments.
SHIFT: Part-time 32 hours
TYPICAL WORK ACTIVITIES:
· Maintains order on campus at all times;
· Performs security work, fire prevention and law enforcement Patrols building, grounds and parking areas on foot or in a patrol vehicle to maintain order, protect persons and property, control traffic, provide first aid and to prevent trespassing, theft or damage;
· Investigates complaints as required;
· Secures and checks all doors, windows and entrances to buildings as required;
· Assures that all doors and entrances are unlocked for daily activities and classes as required;
· Directs and controls traffic on campus roads, grounds and parking areas as required;
· Investigates motor vehicle accidents that occur on campus or campus property as required.
· Issues parking violations;
· Assists motorists, e.g. lock-outs, dead batteries and other vehicular problems;
· Gives directions and provides information to students and visitors;
· Contacts snow removal contractor/grounds crew when necessary;
· Accompanies individuals making bank deposits as required;
· Provides reports and maintains an appropriate system of records and reports;
· Does related work as required.
FULL PERFORMANCE KNOWLEDGE, SKILL, ABILITIES AND PERSONAL CHARACTERISTICS:
Good knowledge of the practices and procedures required to ensure maintenance of order and security of buildings, grounds and equipment; good knowledge of safety precautions necessary to eliminate existing and potential security, safety and fire hazards; working knowledge of the Penal Law, Criminal Procedure Law and Vehicle and Traffic Laws of the State of New York; working knowledge of law enforcement statues pertaining to a variety of offenses and working knowledge of investigative techniques; ability to communicate effectively with others; ability to understand and carry out complex oral and written directions; ability to prepare clear, concise reports; good judgment; tact; courtesy; resourcefulness; dependability; physical condition commensurate with the demands of the position.
Eligibility for an appropriate level driver’s license issued by the New York State Department of Motor Vehicles at the time of application; possession of the license at time of appointment.
For consideration, email firstname.lastname@example.org with the corresponding job title as the subject line. Please include a cover letter, resume, and the names and numbers of 3 professional references. Applications accepted until position is filled.
SUNY Adirondack values diversity and is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer