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Assistant Director of Public Safety, Holyoke Community College

Assistant Director of Public Safety  Administration and Finance
Holyoke Community College

Under the supervision of the Chief of Police/Director of Public Safety, plans and coordinates Law Enforcement Services. Assists the Chief in the management of the Campus Police Department, a 24/7/365 operation. Assists in the development of campus police, safety, and emergency response policies and procedures.

Examples of Duties:

  • Assists with the drafting, implementation and/or update of contemporary rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
  • Coordinates campus emergency and disaster preparedness, response and recovery planning.
  • Actively facilitates and supports communication and collaboration among staff and strives to continue improvements in departmental services to meet or exceed internal and external customers.
  • Coordinates with Student Affairs personnel to provide student-centered public safety support services.
  • Provides for the safety and professional development of staff through training and mentoring and conducts and assists others in conducting roll call trainings and briefings designed to maintain the readiness and awareness of staff.
  • Evaluates and monitors a comprehensive police records management system using relational database technology.
  • Manages compliance with all federal, state and local reporting requirements, including the Clery Act.
  • Conducts grant research and prepares and submits requests for funding when appropriate.
  • Oversees major event pre-planning and operations.
  • Assists with the budget process and serves as grant coordinator.
  • Ensures that affirmative action, equal opportunity and diversity are integrally part of all actions and decisions within the scope of duties.
  • Oversees department's inventory.
  • Assists in the recruitment, selection, evaluation and retention of exceptional police department staff members and performs supervisory duties included but not limited to discipline, performance evaluation, scheduling, etc.
  • Reads, interprets, applies and explains complex and technical state and federal laws and regulations related to assigned program.
  • Resolves confrontation, affect behavior of others, facilitate small group processes, supervise the work of others, reviews performance and conveys a positive image of the organization.

Required Qualifications:

Bachelor's degree; Graduate from the Municipal Police Training Committee Recruit Academy or the Special State Police Officers Academy; Seven (7) years of experience in a sworn law enforcement position, three of which must have been at the supervisory level; Demonstrated experience in conflict management and resolution skills; Demonstrated experience in leadership and supervisory skills; Good oral and written communication skills; Certification as a police officer and the ability to obtain police powers under MGL Chapter 22C S 63; Current and valid Massachusetts Class A license to carry firearms, or ability to obtain; Successful completion of a comprehensive background investigation, a psychological evaluation, and a drug and alcohol screening; CPR/AED/First Aid certification, current and valid.

Preferred Qualifications:

Ten (10) years of law enforcement experience that includes at least five years of supervisory or command level experience in campus law enforcement; Advanced law enforcement training that includes supervisory and administrative courses i.e. Executive Management Training; Massachusetts specific law enforcement experience; Demonstrated proficiency with computer applications currently used by patrol officers or dispatchers; Demonstrated strong leadership skills and strong written and verbal communication skills; Demonstrates a proficient understanding of the following: Emergency Management and how it applies to a College or University, Clery Act reporting guidelines, and Emergency Reporting guidelines.

Equivalency Statement:

Applicants who do not meet the qualifications as stated above are encouraged to put in writing precisely how their background and experience have prepared them for the responsibilities of this position.

  • All candidates must have legal authorization to work in the United States. HCC is not sponsoring H1B Visa.
  • Pre-Employment Background check, including Criminal History will be conducted for all positions.

To Apply:

Applicants interested in applying MUST submit the following documents online to:

  • Resume
  • Cover Letter
  • List of 3 Professional References with names, addresses, and phone numbers.

When preparing your cover letter, please refer to the minimum and preferred qualifications as pertaining to this position and, if applicable, include an equivalency statement.

Applications will be reviewed beginning March 3, 2017 - Additional applications may be considered until position is filled.


***An Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer***




Campus Police Officer, Brown University

The Campus Police Officer is responsible for protection of University faculty, staff, students, and property; prevention and suppression of crime; apprehension and protection of offenders; enforcement of the statutes of the State of Rhode Island and the rules and regulations of Brown University.


  • Must be 21 years of age with a valid driver’s license
  • Must be a US citizen
  • Must have no felony or misdemeanor arrests and/or convictions
  • Must have tact and ability to communicate with people and be able to take command of a wide variety of situations, some of them life-threatening
  • Graduate of RI Municipal Police Academy, other recognized police academy, previous law enforcement experience, or eligible for reciprocity by the RI State Police Superintendent
  • Candidates will be required to pass a background investigation, psychological exam and physical exam.
  • Officers will work on a rotating schedule, four days on, two days off.
  • Women and minorities are encouraged to apply.

Special Physical Requirements:

  • Walking on foot patrol and physically checking doors and windows of buildings.
  • Must be able to pursue fleeing suspects and perform rescue operations which may involve quickly entering and exiting law enforcement patrol vehicles, lifting, carrying and dragging heavy objects, climbing and pulling oneself over obstacles, jumping down from elevated surfaces, climbing through openings, jumping over obstacles, crawling in confined areas, balancing on uneven or narrow surfaces and using body force to gain entrance through barriers.

To View a full description of this position and To Apply, please go to Brown’s Career Site

Please note: Application Deadline is April 28, 2017. Applicants are required to use the Brown Career Site to apply to the position and to submit their resume, cover letter and any related documents. Please check the status of your application through the account you create when you apply.

Brown University is committed to fostering a diverse and inclusive academic global community; as an EEO/AA employer, Brown considers applicants for employment without regard to, and does not discriminate on the basis of, gender, race, protected veteran status, disability, or any other legally protected status.

About Brown (Please visit our website and get to know us better at:

Brown is an Ivy League University in Providence, Rhode Island. We have a dynamic campus community with many exciting events, such as visits from world leaders, sporting events, theatre, music, and dance. Brown offers competitive benefits such as a generous retirement plan and education programs; details are available at:

Brown is being recognized by the Alliance for Work-Life Progress for success in work-life programs, policies and practices. To earn the Seal of Distinction, Brown had to meet criteria and be assessed in each of the seven categories listed for work-life effectiveness that defines a best-in-class work-life portfolio in today's workplace.

Campus Safety Officer, Calvin College

Calvin College is seeking a Campus Safety Officer. This position is accountable for the safety and security of campus as well as patrol operations and performing investigative duties. HOURS Night shift position consisting of three, 12 hour shifts per week. Campus Safety Officer positions REQUIRE the ability to work nights (7 pm  7am) and weekends as part of the normal work rotation, determined by the department.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.

  1. Perform patrol duties by patrolling the campus on foot or car; and performing safety and security checks to ensure safety and security of staff, students and buildings.
  2. Enforce policies and regulations of the college.
  3. Establish and maintain the investigation process by responding to incidents, generating reports, distributing report information to appropriate persons, visiting incident scenes, gathering all pertinent data, and keeping track of campus events to ensure timely and effective investigations.
  4. Provide security for special events by conducting parking details and providing building security to ensure necessary safety of outside performers.
  5. Assist in maintaining the College’s compliance with campus regulations such as CLERY and Annual Fire safety
  6. Cooperate with local police departments and safety teams of nearby institutions in promoting a safe environment on and around the campus area.

Required Skills

  1. Understanding of security and safety related matters.
  2. Training and experience in police and/or security work preferred.
  3. Training in basic first aid and emergency medical procedures preferred.
  4. Crisis intervention skills are necessary.
  5. Training and experience using PPCT defensive tactics is preferred.
  6. Understanding of incident command and emergency management.
  7. Training and experience with firearms is necessary.

Required Experience This position requires an Associate’s degree (A.A) from a two-year college or technical school; one to three years experience (in the field of criminal justice); or equivalent combination of education and experience.

Preferred Qualifications

CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS · Certification as an Emergency Medical Technician in the State of Michigan preferred. · Possess a valid Michigan Concealed Pistols license with an exemption from pistol free zones (classrooms, residence halls, churches or entertainment facility seating more than 2500 people)

PHYSICAL DEMANDS: The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. The work in this position requires occasional exposure to conditions and/or physical effort of some duration. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  1. Walking and standing.
  2. Driving an automobile on public roads and highways are critical.
  3. Lifting and carrying of objects weighing 5-20 lbs. or more.
  4. Climbing ladders, scaffolding and the like are essential.


Demonstrated awareness of and commitment to effectively establishing relationships and positive communication across multiple dimensions of diversity including, but not limited to, race, gender, physical ability, class, or religious perspectives.


  1. Commitment to the educational mission of Calvin College as a Christian liberal arts college affiliated with the Christian Reformed Church.
  2. A personal commitment to the Christian faith and to the integration of faith, learning, and student development.

Job Location Grand Rapids, Michigan, United States Position Type Full-Time/Regular

Persons interested in applying can apply on line at

Chief of Police, Florida Atlantic University - FAU

Florida Atlantic University's University Police department is seeking a Chief of Police, Boca Raton, FL.

The Director of Safety and Security (Chief of Police) will report to the Vice President for Administrative Affairs. Within designated authority, the Director will be responsible for policy development and implementation in the areas of police operations, parking and transportation, and information technology relating to physical security.

  • Will direct all law enforcement, intelligence gathering activities, parking & transportation, and security technology activities for a multi-campus University.
  • Work to project a community-based policing model. This will include a focus on university-wide education and prevention.
  • Oversee the overall human resource management within these departments to include personnel selection, training and evaluation.
  • Oversee overall financial management within these departments to include budget development and monitoring.
  • Coordinate with local, state and federal agencies on matters concerning law enforcement.
  • Act as incident commander in university level emergencies in matters pertaining to acts of violence, civil disobedience and other emergencies as appropriate. Work closely with Emergency Management.
  • Act as the university spokesperson in significant law enforcement matters.
  • Coordinate with executive leadership team, deans, directors and student leaders on matters concerning campus security.
  • Oversee the development of departmental plans relating to emergency response and continuity of operations.
  • Oversee compliance with collective bargaining agreements.
  • Exercise a wide range of latitude and decision-making authority over the University Police functions.
  • Oversee the provision of professional police services at all Florida Atlantic University campuses.
  • Participate in meetings of local and federal agencies to maintain a keen and up-to-date knowledge of trends affecting college campuses and communities in general.
  • Coordinate with local agencies/municipalities to build and strengthen partnerships with the cities and counties the University serves.
  • Sit on the university-wide Title IX Task Force and all other relevant University task forces and committees.
  • Maintain Cleary stats and annual reporting in compliance with acceptable standards.


Master's degree in Public Administration, Criminal Justice or applicable area of specialization and six years of experience in Public Administration, Criminal Justice or applicable field; or a Bachelor's degree in Public Administration, Criminal Justice or applicable area of specialization and eight years of experience in Public Administration, Criminal Justice or applicable field required. Experience in higher education law enforcement is also required.

  • Must be a Certified Law Enforcement Officer - State of Florida. Must also meet Florida State Statute requirements.
  • Current certification as a certified law enforcement officer is also required.
  • A demonstrated understanding of the complexities and regulations of a university environment is essential to success in this position.
  • Must have excellent written and verbal communication skills as well as the ability to address a diverse audience.
  • Must also have the ability to work well under pressure.
  • Experience leading a law enforcement team is highly preferred.

For more information and to apply, visit and go to Apply Now (Position #01009115).

Florida Atlantic University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action/equal access institution and all qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability status, protected veterans status or other protected status. Individuals with disabilities requiring accommodation, please call 561-297-3057. 711.

FAU is committed to the principles of engaged teaching, research and service. All persons aspiring to achieve excellence in the practice of these principles are encouraged to apply.

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Director of Campus Safety and Emergency Operations, Connecticut College

Connecticut College is conducting a national search for a Director of Campus Safety and Emergency Operations. The Campus Safety Department is an unarmed, unsworn department that provides direct service 24 hours/day. The Director of Campus Safety and Emergency Operations provides leadership and direction in two functional areas: day to day campus safety operations and emergency response coordination. The Director will report to the Dean of Students and will lead a department of 20 staff (including officers, shift supervisors, and dispatchers/controllers). The Director also oversees the College's Emergency Management Response efforts and reports to the Vice President for Finance and Administration in this capacity. The Director is responsible for the planning, design, and execution of a comprehensive campus safety program that reflects best practices in community policing, campus security operations, crime prevention education and outreach, and emergency response planning and execution. The Director ensures compliance with all federal, state and local regulations and standards concerning general campus safety, College policies and law enforcement, emergency response, and crime classification and ongoing disclosures. To execute this work, the Director will work closely with Residential Education and Living, the Behavioral Intervention Team, Athletics, the Title IX Coordinator, Events and Catering, Communications, Facilities Management, academic departments, and many other campus partners.

As the College's coordinator for emergency management response, the Director serves as the primary individual responsible for developing and implementing the College's emergency operations plan. This work includes partnering with local agencies and emergency management officials, analyzing institutional capabilities and vulnerabilities, and ensuring the emergency response team members and the campus as a whole are prepared to respond to a variety of emergencies. In fulfillment of both the campus safety and emergency operations responsibilities, the Director will be actively engaged with faculty, staff, students and local agencies to promote a safe, secure, and welcoming campus environment. Specifically, the Director will proactively develop and implement a training model, policies, and procedures for all department staff that builds and strengthens relationships with students. The Director will partner with the Institutional Equity and Inclusion division, Student Accessibility Services department, and other key stakeholders to ensure the Campus Safety department's work reflects the College's goal of building an inclusive community. The Campus Safety department is part of the Student Life division. As a member of the Student Life leadership team, the Director will work closely with deans and directors to advance the goals of the division. The division's priority is to partner with the campus and community to create a culture that challenges students to become integrative thinkers, engaged citizens, and innovative leaders. The division pursues this priority by fostering an environment focused on student wellbeing; promoting an integrated learning experience focused on inclusive decision making; embedding the ideals of integrity, civility, and respect in our work; and collaborating across campus to cultivate a welcoming community where we challenge ourselves and our students to build understanding across difference. The Director of Campus Safety and Emergency Operations will work to create and align the goals and practices of the Campus Safety department with the Student Life division's goals and values.

Bachelor's degree (Master's preferred) in criminal justice, emergency management, or related field and a minimum of 8-10 years of increasingly responsible experience in safety/law enforcement including five years of supervisory experience is required. It is preferred that candidates have experience working in a college or university setting. Candidates must be familiar with best practices related to community policing, campus security, crime prevention education and training, program assessment, and coordination with external agencies. The ability to manage regulatory compliance efforts and multiple concurrent projects are particularly important. Candidates are expected to have strong interpersonal, oral, and written communication and listening skills. Candidates should demonstrate qualities that contribute to a setting where teamwork is highly valued with the ever-present goal of advancing student learning and development. In particular, we seek candidates who have a demonstrated commitment to leading and building equitable, diverse, and inclusive environments. The ability to work evening and weekend hours to support a residential campus, and respond to emergency situations is critical to the success of this position.

Thorough employee credentialing including a criminal background check, psychological evaluation and professional reference checks will be conducted.

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Director of Public safety and Chief of Police, East Carolina University

East Carolina University (ECU) is seeking a community focused collaborative Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police who can work with the University to achieve its goal of protecting and promoting the health and safety of the students, faculty, staff, and visitors. The successful candidate will be a leader who is focused on community engagement, understands 21st Century Policing Strategies, and is committed to providing a safe environment where students have a maximum opportunity to be successful in their academic endeavors. About the University and Greenville: East Carolina University is a nationally recognized public comprehensive research university where the next generation of doctors, dentists, nurses, teachers, business leaders, artists, performers, athletes, and educated and engaged citizens are preparing to change their communities, North Carolina, and the world. East Carolina University is in Greenville, North Carolina and has nearly 29,000 students, more than 5,500 faculty and staff, and 165,000 living Alumni. Greenville is a growing university-medical community and is widely recognized as the cultural, educational, economic, and medical hub of Eastern North Carolina. About the ECU Police Department: The East Carolina University Police Department is a professional police department providing the same level of service offered by a municipal police department, as well as other services unique to an academic institution. The East Carolina University Police Department became the 39th nationally accredited university law enforcement agency in the United States and Canada when it was awarded accredited status in 2007. The average daily population served is approximately 40,000. The department works closely with administrators, students, faculty, and staff to create and maintain a secure atmosphere. Its statutory arrest jurisdiction includes all University property as well as streets and sidewalks adjacent to the property. In addition, it participates in a mutual aid agreement with other local departments, including the City of Greenville Police Department, which gives University Officers jurisdiction in much of the city-area surrounding the University. The ECU Police Department consists of 58 full-time sworn police officer positions and 10 sworn reserve officer positions that are certified by the State of North Carolina; 16 non-sworn departmental personnel, and 30 part-time student patrol officers. ECU Police Officers patrol University grounds on foot, in patrols cars, and on bicycles. The Position: Reporting to the Associate Vice Chancellor for Environmental Health and Campus Safety, the Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police leads a full service CALEA and IACLEA accredited Department of Police and Public Safety with a $4.6 million budget. The position is responsible for organizing, directing, and supervising the day-to-day activities and operations of the University’s police and public safety programs. The Chief is also responsible for administrating the college’s compliance with the Clery Act and its requirements. More information about the department can be found here: Minimum Training and Experience: The minimum education requirement for the Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police is a Bachelor’s Degree from an appropriately accredited college or university; and, have a minimum of 5 to 10 years of progressive management/administrative experiences in the law enforcement field. Preferred qualifications include a Master’s Degree from an accredited college or university and evidence of continuing training and self-development such as a graduation from the FBI National Academy or other police leadership development program. Must have the ability to build relationships with the university and local communities. The successful candidate must demonstrate the capacity for dealing effectively with university students, faculty, staff and visitors representing many cultures, backgrounds, and experiences. Must possess applicable certification from the North Carolina Criminal Justice Education and Training Commission or obtain such certification within one year. Please note that North Carolina law does not recognize nor have a reciprocal relationship with Federal law enforcement certification but does recognize and give partial credit for military police (MP) training, receipt of a MP occupational specialty classification and performance of MP duties. Base salary and compensation will be commensurate with the selected candidate’s experience and qualifications. Special Instructions to Applicants Applying for this position is a two-step process. First, a complete application and supplemental questionnaire must be submitted by going to, click on the Client Openings Link then “View Client Positions” button and then the Chief of Police - ECU. Applicants must fully complete the online application to be considered. You may upload your resume, cover letter and references to the application portal. All other inquiries should be sent to .

Additional Instructions to Applicants Second, applicants must complete an ECU candidate profile online via the PeopleAdmin system Second, applicants must complete an ECU candidate profile online via the PeopleAdmin system at

Both of these steps must be completed to have our application considered. All inquiries should be emailed to Resume review begins March 28. Secondary screening of qualified applicants begins April 7th. An assessment center for selected finalists will be held May 9-10. ECU is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action Employer.

The recruitment and selection process is being managed by Developmental Associates, LLC

Director of Training  Project Position, IACLEA

Job Summary:  The Director of Training will be responsible for providing effective management of the Executive Development Institute, Annual Conference Educational Components, Webinars, Emerging Issues Series and new course development. The candidate will collaborate with federal partner agencies, other professional associations, academic institutions and IACLEA members.  

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:

  1. Responsible for developing curriculum to enhance safety, security, law enforcement and public safety capabilities for institutions of higher education.  Curriculum development will be coordinated with IACLEA members and subject matter experts. Ensure the instructional integrity of course development projects through systematic design, clear writing of objectives, scripts, narratives, story boards and other state of the art training processes. 
  2. Provides a high level of knowledge and skill in course development and the public safety discipline. 
  3. Responsible for procuring host sites and securing participants for training courses. 
  4. Responsible for assisting with training logistics to include but not limited to coordinating scheduling, course materials, delivery and post workshop follow up.    
  5. Responsible for staying current on emergent higher education safety and security topics and trends, including technology, policy and federal compliance.
  6. Responsible for developing other safety and security courses and training to meet the mission of IACLEA.
  7. Adheres to IACLEA’s policies, procedures, and regulations. 
  8. Be willing to work with a team of individuals to increase the engagement of the IACLEA membership. 
  9. This position will report to the Executive Director of the Association via the Director of Operations.

Required Qualifications: 
Education and/or Experience: Bachelor’s degree and a minimum of 5 years’ experience in law enforcement, public safety or security fields.  Experience in training development and experience in higher education are preferred.   The successful candidate must be based in the Washington DC area or being willing to relocate there within 30 days of a successful job offer/acceptance. 

Salary and Benefits:
The salary range for this position is $65,000- $75,000.  Retirement contributions and health reimbursement account are provided.   

Established in 1958, the International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators is recognized as the leading authority in campus public safety.  Through education, training, accreditation of agencies and other membership services, the Association continues to enhance the level of crime prevention, emergency preparedness, investigation and other public safety, law enforcement and security services.  If you have any questions, please contact Executive Director Sue Riseling 860 586-7541.    

To apply, send a resume and letter of interest to Maddie Gosser by April 30, 2017.

Director of University Police, Loyola University New Orleans

Located in beautiful and historic Uptown New Orleans, Loyola University New Orleans is a Jesuit, Catholic institution of higher education, welcoming students of diverse backgrounds and preparing them to lead meaningful lives with and for others; to pursue truth, wisdom, and virtue; and to work for a more just world. The university is grounded in the liberal arts and sciences, and offers undergraduate, graduate, and professional programs to 3,800 students from 48 states and 39 countries. U.S. News & World Report ranks Loyola University 10th Best Regional University in the South, 4th in the region for diversity, and 12th “Best Value” in the South. Chartered in 1912, Loyola fosters a rigorous, critical education dedicated to a tradition of service, social justice, and the development of the whole person.

The Director is responsible for the development and maintenance of a total program of campus security which provides for the protection of all members of the University community, guests and University property. The Director is also responsible for providing traffic and parking enforcement and the issuance of Loyola’s ID cards under the banner of Parking & ID Services section. The Director provides leadership for personnel, programmatic, management and budgetary supervision for the entire department.

Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or related field and significant on the job law enforcement training. Minimum of seven years of full-time professional experience in law enforcement, with at least five of those years being in some level of supervisory experience. Significant background, experience and training in law enforcement, preferably with experience on a college campus. Basic knowledge of criminal justice and law enforcement theory. A comprehensive understanding of the college student and the ability, disposition and desire to work with students, faculty, and staff in a university campus setting. An ability to articulate to departmental members and the campus community the mission, role, programs, policies and procedures of the Public Safety Department. Good organizational, administrative, supervisory and human relations skills. Must possess and maintain a current valid driver’s license as a condition of employment, and must also be able to successfully pass any driver background information investigation and any driver education courses required by Risk Management. Performance and conduct which is basically supportive of the principles and traditions of a Catholic, Jesuit higher education and the goals of the University. Must have the ability to work weekends, nights and holidays, as needed. Experience on a college campus strongly preferred.

To apply: Email a cover letter and resume to

Loyola University New Orleans is an Affirmative Action/Equal Employment Opportunity Employer. We particularly encourage applications from women and members of minority groups protected under Title VII of the Civil Rights Act, and persons with physical disabilities.

Events Manager, Villanova University

The Events Manager is responsible for operational and administrative functions associated with campus events. The Events Manager is the primary contact with events coordinators from both on and off campus. The Events Manager is responsible for determining Public Safety staffing needs for all special events such as move-in weekend, homecoming, St. Thomas Weekend, athletic events, and commencement. In addition the events manager works throughout the year with Conference Services to coordinate Public Safety support for on-campus activities coordinated through conference services. The events manager also works with outside groups hosting events on campus. The events manager develops assignment sheets and deployment plans for special events, makes overtime assignments pursuant to Departmental policy, and assumes responsibility for charging costs to the appropriate departments. The events manager is also responsible for working collaboratively with the parking manager to assure adequate parking for events.

In addition to working with event organizers, the events manager works collaboratively with outside entities such as Radnor Police Department. The events manager is responsible for effectively communicating with these, and other, outside agencies to ensure that police and security services are delivered in an integrated, seamless manner.

The events manager works most large-scale events to assure that operational plans are carried out appropriately, including nights and weekends as needed. The events manager is responsible for analyzing the services provided at events and making recommendations for improvements.

The events manager serves in several other administrative capacities including management of found property, serving as the Department’s Quartermaster, overseeing the acquisition and maintenance of Public Safety vehicles, as well as serving as the liaison to the Office of Risk Management.

For more information, or to apply, visit

Executive Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police, University of Colorado Colorado Springs

Position is open until filled. Applications submitted by March 28, 2017 will receive full consideration. Applications submitted through email or surface mail will not be considered. Please apply at Upon request, please be prepared to provide five professional references (at least two previous/current supervisors), including their email contact information. Official Transcripts will be required upon hire. Under the direction of the Senior Vice Chancellor for Administration & Finance, the Executive Director of Public Safety and Chief of Police provides administrative, operational and fiscal oversight for the University of Colorado Colorado Springs (UCCS) Department of Public Safety (DPS). This position has appointing authority responsibility for all classified positions and supervising authority for all professional exempt staff positions in the DPS.

Responsibilities of this position include administrative and operational oversight of programs providing for community safety and commuter access for UCCS. Examples of such programs include, but are not limited to, emergency preparedness planning and training for the DPS; emergency management and emergency preparedness for UCCS; environmental health & safety; management and administration of University Police programs and functions including but not limited to police patrol; criminal case investigations; liaison with federal, state and local law enforcement agencies and District Attorney’s Office; police officer training; communications (Dispatch) operations; special events; VIP events and oversight; academic and residential facilities security; police records information management; Colorado Victim Rights Amendment compliance; crime prevention programs; oversight of compliance with crime reporting requirements, including the Jeanne Clery Act and Violence Against Women Act (VAWA); the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s Uniform Crime Reports and National Incident Based Reporting System; and collaborating with faculty, staff and students to provide public safety education programs and services.
The UCCS Police Department (UCCS PD) Department of Public Safety (DPS) is comprised of three units: the Police Operations Division, the Support Services Division, and the Accounting and Administrative Services Division:

The Police Operations Division or UCCS PD is a full-service police agency that provides a variety of police services to the university community including: 24/7/365 police patrol and Communications (Dispatch) Center; criminal case investigations; police property and evidence sections; facility and residential security; crime prevention programs; victim rights amendment compliance and social program referrals; traffic and parking code enforcement; emergency and disaster preparedness planning; hostile threat assessment and response; and event security oversight. UCCS police officers are armed and authorized to make arrests, issue summonses/citations and execute arrest and search warrants. Criminal cases investigated by the University Police Department are forwarded directly to state (District Attorney) and municipal (City Attorney) prosecutorial authorities for review and filing of charges.

University police officers’ authority to act as “peace officers” as defined in Colorado Revised Statute (CRS) 16-2.5-101 is based in authority vested in the University of Colorado’s Board of Regents by CRS 23-5-106. University of Colorado police officers are commissioned under state authority as defined in CRS Title 24, Article 7.5., and are also issued limited City of Colorado Springs Police Department (CSPD) Commissions.

The Public Safety Support Services Division is comprised of the Emergency Management, Fire Safety/Environmental Health & Safety, Chemical & Hazardous Materials Management, and Risk Management functions. The staff of this division oversees the safety services the campus provides to its students, faculty, and staff through oversight of campus processes and procedures; inspection of campus facilities; materials management, life safety, and emergency response plans; routine and emergency operations training; and exercises associated with all hazards faced by the campus. Additionally, its staff comprises some of the core personnel of any response to a non-routine incident that could occur on the campus and are available 24/7/365.

The Public Safety Accounting and Administrative Services Division is responsible for development and oversight of the department’s budgets, accounting and fiscal policies; coordination of purchasing, payroll, and human resources processes for the department; Police Records; and Information Technology in support of the department’s mission. The DPS’ annual budget is approximately $2.7 million and the department employs 30 permanent full time employees. The Executive Director of Public Safety is expected to value mission, vision, and values of UCCS. The values of excellence as our guiding principles are:

  • Student Focus
  • Integration
  • Innovation
  • Collaboration
  • Inclusive Diversity
  • Dynamic Responsible Growth
  • Integrity

The Executive Director of Public Safety demonstrates his/her commitment to these principles through interactions with sworn officers and civilian staff as well as interactions with students, faculty, staff and community members.

Job Duties:

  • Administrative, programmatic and budgetary oversight of DPS component units including the University Police Department, Public Safety Support Services; and Public Safety Accounting and Administrative Services.
  • Collaboration with campus officials, public safety department personnel and members of the campus and broader community for the development and implementation of:
    Programs, policies and procedures promoting campus safety,
  • Oversight of plans providing for police, parking and transportation support of campus emergency and disaster preparedness strategies,
  • Assessment of, and planning providing for responses to, hostile threats directed at the campus community;
  • Plans providing for the security of events held at the UCCS, including VIP visits,
  • Programs, policies and procedures supporting effective commuter access options for UCCS campus affiliates and visitors;
  • Collaboration with federal, state and local law enforcement and agencies and the District Attorney’s Office to promote the effective application of area law enforcement and emergency management resources in support of the campus community’s safety and security, and the effective investigation of criminal occurrences affecting the campus community and its affiliates.
  • Administrative and programmatic oversight of ongoing training, qualification and certification programs for sworn police personnel; and for the training and professional development of DPS personnel generally.
  • Recommend and ensure patrol and department level policies and procedures are reviewed annually and kept updated by drafting new and revised policy and procedure statements for inclusion in the department operations manual.
  • Yearly analysis of all University Police Standard Operating Procedures (SOP’s) and General Orders (GO’s).
  • Yearly review of the University Police Department’s firearms training program, including all policies and procedures.
  • Position is considered a Subject Matter Expert (SME), and is responsible for the planning, development, coordination, and implementation of the department’s strategies and plans.
  • Provide leadership in coordination with departmental supervisors in regards to directing work activities, reviewing crime and incident reports as needed, providing direction when necessary to improve quality of work and efficiency in department processes.
  • Promote personal, occupational, and environmental safety through awareness education and prevention efforts.
  • Provide programs, activities, and services that purposefully respond to current and emerging safety needs of the community.
  • Responsible for oversight of Emergency Services to ensure department and campus community training in response to emergency and disaster preparedness and response to hostile threats.
  • Foster safety and security specific programs which encourage dialogue between the DPS and citizens, representatives of the community, and interested groups.
  • Encourage and help facilitate individual DPS employees’ interpersonal contacts within the community and among its diverse elements.
  • Serve as the primary contact for all personnel issues related to the divisions that report to him/her.
  • Serve as a resource in all matters relating to Law Enforcement, Emergency Management or Environmental Health and Safety.
  • Monitor activities throughout the DPS in order to ensure the highest standards of efficiency and effectiveness.

Job Competencies:
Excellent written and oral communication skills.
Sensitivity and ability to work collaboratively in a diverse and inclusive environment.
Exceptional leadership skills.
Demonstrated comprehensive understanding of criminal law.
Knowledge of current issues in law enforcement public safety, student life, police and emergency response systems.
Demonstrated commitment to university/college law enforcement
Proven ability to build strong working relationships.
Outstanding customer service skills.
Excellent conflict resolution skills
Public Speaking and media relations experience
For the purposes of FLSA this position has been determined to be exempt from (not eligible for) overtime under FLSA.

Salary Range: $90,000 to $115,000

SPECIAL BACKGROUND CHECK PROVISION: In addition to the University’s background check for employees with fiduciary responsibilities (criminal and personal credit check), finalists for this position must pass a comprehensive background check to include a review of candidate’s personnel files with current and previous employers, home visit, physical examination by the University’s contract provider, and psychological examination conducted by the University’s contract provider.
The University of Colorado, Colorado Springs offers a full benefits package. Information on University benefits programs, including eligibility, is located at

The University of Colorado is committed to providing a safe and productive learning, living and working community. To assist in achieving this goal, we conduct background investigations for all prospective applicants being considered for employment. Background investigations include a criminal history record check, and when appropriate, a financial and/or motor vehicle history check.

Minimum Requirements:
Current Colorado Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) certification
A master’s degree or demonstrated ability to complete a master’s degree within one year of hire. Degree must be from an accredited institution of higher education. The master’s degree may be substituted with a bachelor’s degree and four years of experience as a police lieutenant (equivalent State of Colorado Police Administrator I), or higher in a police department of similar or greater size than UCCS.
Ten years of experience as a sworn law enforcement officer.
Four years of law enforcement supervisory experience in patrol, investigations, or a combination of both. Supervisory experience must be at the level of Police Sergeant (equivalent to a State of Colorado Police Officer III designation) or higher.
Valid Colorado driver license or the ability to obtain a Colorado driver license within 30 days of the hire date.

Preferred Requirements:
Graduation from a police command training academy or school such as the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s “National Academy” or the Northwestern University Center for Public Safety’s “School of Police Staff and Command”.

Two years or more of service as a sworn police officer in a college or university setting.

Police Dispatcher (Emergency Coordinator I) #00995, Old Dominion University

The Public Safety Department at Old Dominion University is seeking candidates for an Emergency Coordinator I position.

Objective: In a high-pressure and high-stress environment, this position will manage and prioritize all emergency and non-emergency calls for service received by the University Police Department. Other duties include making appropriate and accurate entries while tracking movements of Police Officers in Computer Aided Dispatch (CAD) system; operating VCIN/NCIC Computer terminal to provide accurate DMV and VCIN/NCIC checks for Police Officers; monitoring fire, panic, and intrusion alarms; and operating two-way voice radio equipment in compliance with Departmental and FCC directives.

Required Qualifications:

  • Some customer service experience.
  • Some experience working in a law enforcement or security setting.
  • Demonstrated oral and written communications skills along with the ability to communicate effectively with members of the department, the university community, and the public.
  • Demonstrated ability to interpret and follow established policies and procedures.
  • Demonstrated ability to use sound judgment to make appropriate decisions in highly stressful situations.
  • Demonstrated ability to complete work assignments in a timely fashion while multi-tasking.
  • Demonstrated ability to work independently.
  • Demonstrates good keyboarding skills and knowledge of PC-based software such as the Microsoft Office Suite.
  • Must have ability to obtain and maintain certification to operate Virginia Criminal Information Network (VCIN) computer system.
  • Must have ability to obtain Commonwealth of Virginia certification as a Police Dispatcher.
  • Valid driver’s license with an insurable driving record.
  • High School diploma or equivalent.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Certification by the Commonwealth of Virginia as Police Dispatcher.
  • Virginia State Police VCIN certification.
  • Some college preferred.
  • Some experience working in a college setting.

This position closes April 21, 2017. To review position requirements and submit an application, please visit and follow the online instructions. AA/EOE

Police Lieutenant, San Diego State University Police Department

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Please refer to Job ID 6266

Police Officer, San Jacinto College

Police Officer - Central Campus


  • Patrols campus to enforce laws and parking regulations
  • Assists with emergency service and provides first aid treatment.
  • Provides security for special events and safety escorts.
  • Conducts parking enforcement such as writing parking tickets and providing directions to park in designated areas.
  • Conducts crime prevention programs and surveys for students, faculty, and staff.
  • Works closely with college administrators to reduce and mitigate conflicts.
  • Conducts preliminary criminal investigations, accident/injury investigations, and submit reports.
  • Prepares criminal cases and presents testimony in court.
  • Performs related or similar duties as required or assigned.
  • Additional functions may be identified and assigned by the leader.
  • Shift and Campus to be determined.

*The starting salary for this position is $44,158.40 ($21.23 hourly)*

Salary Grade: 21 - $21.23 hourly

Salary is based on the Board-approved salary schedule for the current fiscal year. See Salary Schedule

Requisition Number: req405

Posting Close Date: 4/1/2017


*The starting salary for this position is $44,158.40 ($21.23 hourly)*

  • High school diploma or GED equivalent.
  • Two (2) years full-time police officer work experience.
  • Valid Texas Driver's License.
  • In lieu of above experience, candidate must meet one of the following requirements: Twelve (12) earned college credit hours accredited institution (exclusive of Police Officer Academy hours); or Honorable Discharge from the military.
  • Valid TCOLE certification or complete the TCOLE Peace Officer Licensing exam with a minimum score of 70% and obtain a valid TCOLE certification within four months of the position close date (before beginning work as a police officer)


  • Previous experience in higher education preferred

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Police Officer, Collin College

Job Title Police Officer PCLS Code Reports To FLSA Status Full-Time Equivalent Title Not Applicable Supervisory Eligible Driver Salary Grade Salary Range Hiring Range Location Job Purpose This is the non-supervisory, entry-level position for sworn law enforcement officers, who will ensure the safety and welfare of all students, faculty, staff and visitors, maintain peace and order while enforcing College rules, regulations, state and federal laws, and provide law enforcement protection and related services for Collin College. Essential Job Functions (Duties & Responsibilities) Patrol campus to enforce laws and parking regulations. Assist with emergency service and provides first aid treatment. Provides security for special events, and information to the campus community and general public. Conduct parking enforcement; write parking tickets, provide directions to park in designated areas. Conduct crime prevention programs and surveys for students, faculty and staff. Works closely with college administrators to reduce and mitigate conflicts. Conduct preliminary criminal investigations, accident/injury investigations and submit reports. Prepare criminal cases and presents testimony in court.

Supplemental Functions Other duties as assigned.

Performs all duties and maintains all standards in accordance with college policies, procedures and Core Values.

Job Knowledge

State, federal, local laws knowledge. Current legislation knowledge. Best practice knowledge. District wide systems and organizational structure knowledge. Detailed knowledge of State statutes, Board of Trustee policies and procedures, Police department, and Federal regulations.


Interact with strong, positive interpersonal skills. Excellent verbal and written communications. Provide quality control for the delivery of police department services and documentation. Ensure compliance with police department and College policies, orders, directives and guidelines. Critical in analysis of issues. Supportive of police department and College values, mission statements, goals and objectives Abilities Innovative, comprehensive and analytical thinking. Ethical and honest in interactions with other and in the performance of duties.


Minimum of high school diploma or GED required. Experience Two (2) years police experience, or Equivalency Twelve (12) earned hours of college credits from an accredited institution, or Honorable Discharge from the military Licenses & Certification Must have successfully completed the TCOLE Peace Officer Licensing Exam (minimum 70%) and have valid certification, or able to obtain TCOLE certification within 12 months of employment. Valid Texas Driver’s license. May be required to be trained to provide emergency medical treatment including CPR. Current certification or willing to take course for AEDs (Automatic Electronic Defibrillators) certification. Required to handle handguns in a safe and effective manner and be tested periodically.

Physical Demands

May be required to sit, stand, drive, walk, run, stoop, crouch, kneel, crawl, push, use hands to finger, handle or feel objects, operate tools or controls, jump over, pull, carry, reach above head, lift, lower, grasp, hold, climb and balance. Must remain awake, alert and visually observant at all times, and have full use of arms, hands, and legs.

Working Conditions High emotional and psychological stress including life and death decisions Work shifts, as assigned, including nights, weekends, holidays. Subject to shift changes and assignment to various locations. Involves a high degree of risk and exposure to various hazards to include criminal offenses, emergency response, traffic stops, and a diversity of calls for service. Exposure to outside weather conditions. Physical Effort May be required to life more than 100 pounds.

***This is a Security Sensitive position. Therefore candidates will be subject to a criminal background check. ***

Police Officer, University of Wisconsin Oshkosh

Responsibilities Under the general supervision of a Sergeant, Lieutenant, Captain and Chief, the Police Officer position on the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh campus serves 13,000 students, approximately 1400 employees, encompassing 58 buildings on more than 184 acres. Police Officers exercise full statutory arrest authority and are responsible for the enforcement of state laws, rules and regulations pertaining to the protection of life and property, and related protective services for the University community. The standard work hours encompass a 10 hour rotating shift assignment on one of the following shifts: 8:00 am to 6:00 pm, 6:00 pm to 4:00 am, and 10:00 pm to 8:00 am.

The Police Officer is a sworn law enforcement position (State of WI, LESB certified) responsible for providing a full range of law enforcement services: enforce laws, investigate complaints, investigate incidents which may have an impact on the University, maintain order, assist people, identify criminal activity, apprehend and arrest offenders, identify the source of problems in the community and work with the community to resolve issues.

Police Officers are expected to embrace community policing philosophies, engage and partner with the community, analyze data and problem solve for the purpose of crime prevention. Officers are also expected to have the ability to conduct complex investigations, take photographs, collect physical evidence, prepare complete written reports of all investigations and testify regarding those reports. Police officers must maintain a high level of proficiency in the use of police equipment, the understanding and application of defense and arrest tactics including the handling and use of firearms and be capable of using deadly force when appropriate based on the laws of the State of Wisconsin and Department police; work in cooperation with officers from other agencies and interact with persons from other University departments, mental health and social services agencies. Police officers may be required to participate in crowd control and dignitary protection details.

Officers may be selected to be serve as Field Training Officers, Evidence Technicians or Hall Liaison Officers, in which additional training may be provided; be assigned to Court Liaison, Crime Prevention, Community Presentations or Detective duties.

Police Officers must at all times support the department's mission, providing essential law enforcement functions, respecting the rights and dignity of all individuals, deal ethically with the public, valuing trustworthiness, respect responsibility, justice fairness, caring, civic virtue and citizenship; having character, pride and professionalism.


  • U.S. citizen
  • Driver license
  • Good driving record
  • Good physical condition
  • Eligibility for Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board Certification
  • High school diploma
  • 60 college credits
  • Ability to possess a firearm
  • No felony convictions
  • No domestic abuse convictions
  • Vision correctable to 20/20
  • Good verbal and written communication skills
  • React quickly and effectively to stressful situations
  • Able to work evenings, weekends and holidays
  • Clear and concise speech
  • Ability to handle several tasks simultaneously
  • Ability to perform essential functions of this positions
  • Ability to use all standard law enforcement equipment


  • Associate's degree or higher
  • Certification or eligibility for certification upon hire as a law enforcement officer by the Wisconsin Law Enforcement Standards Board

Starting Date July 1, 2016
Salary Competitive based on experience with a minimum of $20.588 per hour

Terms of Appointment Two positions available; Continuous appointment. 12 month probationary period; Final candidates must successfully pass a drug screen, psychological profile, medical examination and vision screening before an offer of employment can be made.

Application Deadline Review of files will begin June 7, 2016 and continue until position is filled.

How to Apply Submit a cover letter addressing educational and work experience and knowledge as they relate to the requirements and preferences for this position, resume, and contact information for three professional references to:
Nikki Schettle University Police - UW Oshkosh 800 Algoma Blvd Oshkosh, WI 54901

For more information regarding the position contact Donovan Heavener at or go to

Incomplete applications will not be accepted. The University of Wisconsin Oshkosh is an Equal opportunity/affirmative action employer. UW Oshkosh considers candidates regardless of race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, disability or veteran status.

The University of Wisconsin System will not reveal the identities of applicants who request confidentiality in writing, except that the identity of the successful candidate will be released. See Wis. Stat. sec. 19.36(7). Employment will require a criminal background check. UW Oshkosh complies with the Wisconsin Fair Employment Act with regard to nondiscrimination on the basis of arrest and/or conviction record.

For UW Oshkosh campus safety / security information, see University Police Annual Report, or call the Human Resources Office at 920/424-1166 for a paper copy

Police Officer, University of St. Thomas - Houston

Department: University Police Supervisor

University Chief of Police Location: UST Campus The University of St. Thomas (, a private Catholic university committed to the liberal arts and to the religious and intellectual tradition of Catholic higher education, is seeking a Police Officer. The University enrolls more than 3,700 students with its main campus located in Houston's Museum District. The purpose of this position is to provide law enforcement service to the University of St. Thomas campus and the surrounding neighborhood.

Essential Duties and Responsibilities
This job title supports the operations of the University of St. Thomas and its Police Department by fulfilling the following functions:

  • Patrol campus in radio-equipped vehicle.
  • Protect life and property against criminal attack and preserve the peace.
  • Provide protection against harmful acts, both willful and inadvertent of non-criminal as well as criminal class.
  • Responsible for the security and policing of buildings.
  • Educate and/or inform students, faculty and staff concerning parking regulations and enforce parking regulations.
  • Maintain effective relations with faculty, staff, and students.
  • Regulate vehicles and pedestrians in traffic in order to prevent accidents and congestion.
  • Provide service to all persons on campus, give information, assist and comfort those in distress.
  • Cooperate with all local law enforcement agencies, investigate all criminal acts and process the recovery of stolen property.
  • Arrest offenders in violation of city, state, and federal laws.
  • Enforce all applicable University regulations.
  • Write reports on all criminal acts and violations of University regulations and make follow-up reports when required.
  • Prepare cases for presentation in court and testify as a witness when called.
  • Complete reports as necessary.
  • Provides courtesy escorts on an as needed basis.
  • Opens/Closes facilities as required.
  • Perform other duties as required.

Qualifications and Requirements

  • Education/License Required: Graduation from an accredited high school or completion of a GED. Associates degree or higher preferred. Must be a licensed Texas Peace Officer or the ability to be licensed within 3 month s of hire.
  • Experience: previous experience in a university police department of similar size is preferred.
  • Working Conditions: Individuals in this position work inside and outside in all types of weather; are exposed to dirt, dust, noise, fumes, odors, heat, cold, rain, humidity, and sudden temperature changes; frequently are exposed to mechanical hazards, traffic hazards, and bodily injuries; are infrequently exposed to chemical, electronic, and fire hazards, explosives, and contagious diseases.

Knowledge, Skills & Abilities:

  • Knowledge of functions and obligations of law enforcement.
  • Ability to direct traffic and regulate traffic and parking problems.
  • Knowledge of the use and care of firearms.
  • Ability to exercise clear, quick thinking in emergencies.
  • Demonstrate initiative and good judgment.
  • Ability to deal with people with a firm and tactful manner.
  • Ability to meet the public courteously and intelligently.
  • Ability to write concise, intelligible reports.
  • Ability to understand and follow oral and written instructions.
  • Knowledge of how to apply first aid.
  • Ability to cooperate with representatives of other law enforcement agencies.
  • Ability to maintain effective relations with faculty, staff, and students.
  • Must be willing to work at night, on weekends, and to report for duty any time an emergency arises.
  • Must be available to work various shifts with rotating days off.

Essential functions or requirements listed above may not be performed in every position with this title, and these essential functions may not include all related duties that might be requested and/or performed.

General Requirements:

  • Must not be less than 21 years of age.
  • Satisfactory results from written test, interview process, background investigation, agility test required.
  • Must have or obtain a valid Texas motor vehicle operator’s license.
  • Heavy lifting, exerting 50-100 lbs. occasionally, 10-25 lbs. frequently, or up to 10-20 lbs. constantly.
  • Constantly sits, sees, speaks, and drives. Frequently stands, walks, kneels, crouches, squats, twists body, lifts heavy objects and people; pushes vehicles; and writes by hand. Infrequently crawls, climbs, runs, fights, and wrestles. Vision must be correctable to 20/20. Must have normal hearing.

The above statements are intended to describe the general nature of work performed by individuals in this job classification. They are not intended to be construed as an exhaustive list of all responsibilities, duties, and qualifications required of individuals in this job classification. All job classifications may have miscellaneous job duties assigned on an as needed basis. Management, at the appropriate level, retains the right to assign and change the duties of any position at any time.
This is a full time, year round, benefit eligible position. To apply, please send a letter of interest with salary requirements and a resume to the email below. Please note incomplete applications will not be considered. Human Resources  Ref: 0117 University of St. Thomas Houston, TX 77006 The University of St Thomas is an Equal Opportunity Employer

Police Officer (Law Enforcement Officer II) #0117PO, Old Dominion University

The Public Safety Department at Old Dominion University is seeking candidates for a Law Enforcement Officer II position.


This position will patrol the concurrent jurisdiction to prevent, detect, and investigate criminal acts. Other duties include enforcing Federal and State law, local ordinances, and University regulations; protecting the lives and property of its citizens; providing needed general services to the University community.

Required Qualifications:

  • Customer service or some experience performing services for the public.
  • Some knowledge of laws, legal codes, court procedures, precedents, government regulations, and due process.
  • Basic knowledge of effective customer service and problem-resolution techniques when serving diverse customers.
  • Excellent written and verbal communications skills.
  • Demonstrated ability to interpret, explain and apply established policies, procedures, laws rules, and regulations.
  • Demonstrated ability to make decisions based on established criteria and an accurate assessment of the situation.
  • Demonstrated ability to make workflow decisions and initiate actions to meet established deadlines.
  • Demonstrated ability to complete required paperwork and reports with accuracy.
  • Ability to effectively use windows operating systems, Apple IOS, Microsoft Office Suite and similar products used to generate documents and facilitate communications.
  • Demonstrated ability to work both as a member of a team, as well as independently.
  • Ability to work with aggressive persons while maintaining a professional demeanor.
  • Demonstrated ability to provide services with superior customer service skills.
  • Ability to work shift work and also during inclement weather as essential personnel.
  • Valid driver’s license and insurable driving record.
  • High School Diploma or GED.
  • Must successfully complete a specified law enforcement training school and become certified by Virginia Department of Criminal Justice Services within 1 year of the date of hire. This includes the passing of an extensive background investigation, physical ability testing, and psychological testing.

Preferred Qualifications:

  • Several years of experience in law enforcement, preferably in campus policing.
  • Certification as a Police Officer as mandated by the Department of Criminal Justice Services.
  • Some experience performing public safety or security duties.
  • CPR and First Aid certification.
  • Formal education beyond the secondary level with a college degree preferred.

This position opens January 2, 2017. To review position requirements and submit an application, please visit and follow the on-line instructions. AA/EOE

Police Sergeant, University of Vermont Police

The University is especially interested in candidates who can contribute to the diversity and excellence of the institution. Applicants are required to include in their cover letter information about how they will further this goal.

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Police Sergeant, Lateral, University of Texas at Arlington Police Department


Responsible for supervising police personnel engaged in law enforcement duties associated with the protection, safety, and welfare of students, employees, visitors, and property within the area under the control and jurisdiction of The University of Texas System. Exercises independent judgment within limits prescribed by law, Rules and Regulations of the Board of Regents, institutional rules and regulations and Director of Police departmental policies and procedures. Serves as a Campus Security Authority as defined by the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act).


Salary Range: $63,264 to $78,600 DOQ. Vacation and Sick Leave accrued at eight hours per month. Thirteen paid holidays were authorized for the 2016-17 fiscal year. Eight hour shifts with shift differential pay of $130 monthly for 2nd and 3rd shifts. All equipment, including weapon, is furnished. Benefits package including medical, dental, vision, pre-tax flexible spending, and supplemental life insurance offered. Retirement is through Teacher Retirement System. Supplemental retirement and disability insurance plans also offered. Specific benefit details available on request. 100% tuition reimbursement available after 1 year of service (some stipulations apply).


Sixty college hours credit or an Associate’s degree from an accredited institution. Must successfully pass an approved promotional examination administered by the UT System Director of Police, or designee. Must possess an Intermediate Certification from the Texas Commission on Law Enforcement (TCOLE) at the time the promotional examination is taken, or have met all the requirements for the Intermediate Certification but not in receipt of the certificate at the time the promotional examination is taken. Three years’ experience as a full time, commissioned police officer. A valid driver's license not subject to suspension.


Employed as a current Sergeant with any University of Texas System component or on the current UT System Police promotional list for this position. Instructor Certification through TCOLE. Applicants from outside the UT System must have four years of experience as a commissioned police officer, which includes at least two years of experience as a commissioned police sergeant or higher rank. An Advanced or Master TCOLE certification is preferred.


Process begins with the applicant going to and following prompts at the Join Our Team employment link. Specific questions may be directed to . Applications will be accepted until position is filled.

The University of Texas at Arlington Police Department serves the 40,000 students, faculty, and staff on the growing campus located in the heart of the Dallas/Fort Worth Metroplex. Police Chief Kim Lemaux leads an organization committed to excellence in campus policing and to ensuring the safety of students, faculty, and staff. 44 sworn police officers, 48 public safety officers, and 36 professional staff are committed to achieving this goal of distinction. UTA PD is accredited through CALEA and IACLEA.

Police Superintendent - Texas Medical Center, Texas Medical Center

POSITION OVERVIEW Ninety-one (91) years ago, the Texas Medical Center (TMC) took the first steps toward becoming the World’s largest Medical Complex. Since then, TMC has pioneered medical innovations bordering on the impossible. Many of these advancements continue to change people’s lives.

TMC Vision For the first time in the history of the Texas Medical Center, leaders throughout the TMC community have joined together in a visionary initiative to drive the next generation of life science advancements. Their goal: To become the world leader in health and life sciences by leveraging the collective power of TMC’s renowned institutions in a shared, centrally managed environment. The result is a research collaborative unlike anything TMC has ever known or health care has ever seen.

The initiative is a natural extension of TMC’s original mission to serve the health, education and research needs of Texas and the world. As health care’s largest and most diverse community, TMC is positioned to make a difference in ways no other single institution can. By uniting its unrivaled resources and expertise, the Texas Medical Center can more readily drive the commercialization of breakthrough ideas, expand its reach as a global medical leader and ultimately transform human health.

Texas Medical Center Police/Security Department Current Mission Statement The mission of the Texas Medical Center Police Department is to satisfy the needs of our customers, visitors and employees concerning safety, security and emergency preparedness. Essential to the mission's success is for our visitors to have unimpeded mobility and security throughout the campus while handling healthcare related business. This mission will be carried out in an efficient manner that exceeds public expectations.

The TMC Police/Security Department Police Superintendent will lead the effort to provide Police and Security Services to the almost 1400 acres and more than 120,000 employees, patients and visitors to the campus each day. The TMC Police/Security Department consists of a Police Chief, Emergency Preparedness Coordinator and Twenty-Nine (29) Police and Security Officers with the anticipation of hiring more Police Officers in the future. The Police Superintendent will drive the collaborative public safety efforts in cooperation and coordination with the major Member Institutions that are a part of TMC along with their security and police forces.

TMC Police/Security officers patrol the campus 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. The department has an administrative staff, and supporting departments that supplement the security technology and emergency preparedness efforts intended to enhance the security and response to emergency situations on campus. Please review the information about the Texas Medical Center at

Job Purpose: An executive leader responsible for setting a campus strategy, standards and day to day operational policy and procedures for safety, security, law enforcement and emergency preparedness for the Texas Medical Center. Additionally the Police Superintendent will coordinate with Texas Medical Center Institutions to create synergy among safety, security, law enforcement and emergency preparedness units at the Texas Medical Center.

Principal Duties & Responsibilities: The Police Superintendent leads safety, security, law enforcement and emergency preparedness for the Texas Medical Center and coordinates with Member Institutions to effectively: Directly supervise the Police Chief; Lead a Police Chief and patrol operations, investigations, officer recruitment training, a security operations center, emergency preparedness, community policing, critical incident response, crime prevention strategies, crime statistic reporting, event management/crowd control, dignitary protection, facilities security, traffic control and parking enforcement; Create a shared vision of community policing as the law enforcement, security, and emergency preparedness directives for a diverse, urban multiple campus environment; Evaluate, review, and develop a strategic plan for the department that merges the cultures, resources, staffing, and the technology of the Member Institutions; Serve as the leader in public safety for the Texas Medical Center providing all Member Institutions and constituents with up-to-date information on all Texas Medical Center issues and proactively addressing public safety concerns; Develop strong relationships and clear communication channels with area law enforcement organizations; Collaborate and partner across the Texas Medical Center community to integrate safety, crime prevention, and emergency response protocols into the fabric of institutional operations; Promote the professional development and training of officers and command staff as well as building a cross functional team across all Member Institutions; Work with all public safety and emergency preparedness staff to understand and embrace the mission of Texas Medical Center and the developmental nature of law enforcement at a world class medical center with professionals, students, patients and visitors; Develop a strong program for training new officers in the differences between municipal/public police activities and the nature of community policing within the healthcare and medical community; Lead and champion a collaborative approach at Texas Medical Center to develop, review, exercise and modify as needed, emergency management plans and oversee the critical incident response and management team; Develop and implement departmental and Texas Medical Center policies and procedures with a focus on community policing and ensure such policies and procedures are clearly communicated and enforced across all of the Texas Medical Center community; Establish professional memberships with International Association of Campus Law Enforcement Administrators, IACLEA, International Association of Chief of Police, IACP and the International Association for Healthcare Security and Safety, IAHSS to maintain the standards set for a contemporary public safety department.

In addition to the above duties the Police Superintendent will also be expected to undertake the following: Determine the concerns and priorities of Member Institutions in relation to safety, social inclusion and the prevention and reduction of crime and anti-social behavior; Establish and maintain formal agreements or Memorandum of Understandings, MOU’s with Member Institutions and local law enforcement agencies within the community; Set, monitor and review strategies for maintaining public order; Demonstrate the efficacy of spending and seek additional funding as necessary to address emerging concerns at Texas Medical Center or Member Institutions; Improve organizational performance and create accountability measures throughout the organization; Undertake meetings with key internal and external stakeholders on behalf of the organization as and when required; Develop, manage, and deliver financial budgets in line with organizational requirements; as well as demonstrating fiscal stewardship with associated budgets; Develop, manage, and deliver the effective human resource management of individuals under the Texas Medical Center Police/Security Department; Maintain and/or attain competencies as required to be able to lead the efforts of the Department such as Firearms, Texas Commission on Law Enforcement, TCOLE Standards, the Federal Emergency Management Agency, FEMA Standards, etc.; Develop, implement and evaluate a Security Technology Plan for Texas Medical Center; Develop, implement and evaluate a multi-institutional Mass Notification System that will serve as a model for all like institutions.

Characteristics of the Successful Candidate The successful candidate will ideally possess the following qualities, attributes, and experiences in no particular order of importance: A bachelor’s degree and certification as a law enforcement officer in Texas or the ability to obtain certification within one year of employment; Progressively responsible and extensive command and management experience in law enforcement administration with a strong preference for having worked with a college, university or large Healthcare setting; The ability to meet all requirements for certification and licensing under Texas State Law; Strong leadership and problem-solving skills and the ability to engage in strategic planning and policy/protocol development; A collaborative working style that engages a wide variety of Texas Medical Center stakeholders in the mission and work of public safety; Excellent interpersonal skills including conflict management, community outreach, customer service, and public speaking; Demonstrated knowledge of current issues and best practices in law enforcement, crime prevention, emergency management and public safety within a higher education and/or healthcare environment; Possession of a wide range of law enforcement and emergency preparedness competencies as they relate to integrating physically, culturally, and operationally different units; A strong supervisory style with the ability to hire, coach, develop, motivate, and evaluate staff; Knowledge of emergency planning and management, current technology and communication systems, and community policing in a complex, urban environment.
The above list is not exhaustive and other duties commensurate with the rank and general nature of the post may, from time to time, be required. In addition, there may be some variation and/or development of the above duties and responsibilities without changing the general nature of the post.

Superintendent Professional/ Personal Qualities Personal Qualities and Behavioral Indicators Serving the Public; Promotes a real belief in public service, focusing on what matters to the public and will best serve their interests. Ensures that all staff understands the expectations, changing needs and concerns of different communities, and strives to address them. Builds public confidence by actively engaging with different communities, agencies and strategic stakeholders, developing partnerships and ensuring people can engage with the police/security at all levels. Understands partners' perspectives and priorities, and works co-operatively with them to deliver the best possible overall service to the public.

Leading Change; Establishes a clear future picture and direction for the TMC Police/Security Department, focused on delivering the force vision and strategy. Identifies and implements change needed to meet force objectives, thinking beyond the constraints of current ways of working, and is prepared to make radical change when required. Thinks in the long-term, identifying better ways to deliver value for money services that meet both local and force needs. Encourages creativity and innovation within the Department.

Leading People; Inspires people to meet challenging organizational goals, creating and maintaining the momentum for change. Gives direction and states expectations clearly. Talks positively about policing and what it can achieve, building pride and self-esteem. Creates enthusiasm and commitment by rewarding good performance, and giving genuine recognition and praise. Promotes learning and development, giving honest and constructive feedback to help people understand their strengths and weaknesses, and invests time in coaching and mentoring staff.

Managing Performance; Creates a clear plan to deliver operational Department performance in line with force strategy and objectives. Assigns demanding but achievable objectives and priorities for the department, and assigns resources to deliver them as effectively as possible. Identifies opportunities to reduce costs and ensure maximum value for money is achieved. Highlights good practice and uses it to address under-performance. Delegates responsibilities appropriately and empowers others to make decisions. Monitors progress and holds people to account for delivery. Professionalism; Acts with integrity, in line with the values and ethical standards of the TMC Police/Security Department. Delivers on promises, demonstrating personal commitment, energy and drive to get things done. Defines and reinforces standards, demonstrating these personally and fostering a culture of personal responsibility within the operational unit. Asks for and acts on feedback on own approach, continuing to learn and adapt to new circumstances. Takes responsibility for making tough or unpopular decisions. Demonstrates courage and resilience in difficult situations, defusing conflict and remaining calm and professional under pressure.

Decision Making; Assimilates complex information quickly, weighing up alternatives and making sound, timely decisions. Gathers and considers all relevant and available information, seeking out and listening to advice from specialists. Asks incisive questions to test facts and assumptions, and gain a full understanding of circumstances and conditions. Identifies the key issues clearly, and the inter-relationship between different factors. Considers the wider implications of different options, assessing the costs, risks and benefits of each. Makes clear, proportionate and justifiable decisions, reviewing these as necessary.

Working with Others; Builds effective working relationships with people through clear communication and a collaborative approach. Maintains visibility to staff and ensures communication processes work effectively throughout the operational unit. Consults widely and involves TMC constituents in decision-making, speaking to all stakeholders in a professional manner to promote engagement and understanding. Treats people with respect and dignity regardless of their background or circumstances, promoting equality and the elimination of discrimination. Treats people as individuals, showing tact, empathy and compassion. Sells ideas convincingly, setting out benefits of a particular approach, and striving to reach mutually beneficial solutions. Expresses own views positively and constructively, and fully commits to team decisions.

Additional Information: Work Schedule: Typically, Monday - Friday 8AM - 5PM but this position is an administrative role which has significant responsibilities that will require after hours and weekend work on a non-scheduled basis.
Start Date: As soon as possible.

Screening Deadline: Applications will be received continually but for full consideration all cover letters, and resumes should be received by close of business on April 19, 2017.
Open Until Filled: Yes

Special Instructions to Applicants: The recruitment for Police Superintendent is solely handled by Pax Bello Security Solutions, LLC. All recruiting information and communication should be emailed to

Foreign Degrees: Please list on the supplemental questionnaire.

Additional Information: Cover letter and resume must be sent via email or sent to the website indicated. No faxed or mailed application will be considered.
This position requires a full background check.

Texas Medical Center is an Equal Opportunity Employer. All applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, age, religion, gender, national origin, disability or Veteran status. If you require assistance or reasonable accommodation in the application process, please contact Pax Bello at

Selection Procedure: We reserve the right to re-open, re-advertise, delay or cancel filling this position.
Contact Information: Pax Bello Security Solutions, LLC, 8880 Rio San Diego Drive, Suite 800, San Diego, CA 92108
Please direct all inquires to Your email will be addressed with three (3) business days. Please make sure to leave a valid phone number and email address.

Required Documents 1. Letter of application (Cover Letter) 2. Resume 3. Three (3) letters of recommendation written within the last five (5) years

Supplemental Questionnaire: All questions require an answer 1. How did you learn about this career opportunity? " IACP " IaCLEA " PERF " IAHSS " INDEED " GLASSDOOR " Other (Please Specify if not listed above)
2. Do you have any foreign degrees relevant to the current position? Please list below.

3. Do you have the ability to obtain required certifications within 12 months?

Security Lieutenant, College of Mount Saint Vincent

The College of Mount Saint Vincent is an academically excellent, authentically inclusive, Catholic and ecumenical liberal arts college with approximately 1,500 undergraduate students and 300 graduate students, located in the Riverdale section of the Bronx, New York City. Our beautiful 70-acre campus of rolling lawns and wooded hills overlooking the Hudson River is just 12 miles from midtown Manhattan.

Job Description: Highest ranking uniformed security supervisor responsible for the overall supervision of uniformed security personnel, to ensure that all Security functions are properly carried out Work collaboratively with all College departments as needed to assist in the efficient operation of the campus. Need to possess good verbal and written communication skills Conduct regular motorized and walking patrol of the buildings and grounds to ensure that conditions are safe for students, faculty and staff and that all College property is safeguarded Responsible to ensure that all access control policies are in effect and address all cases of unauthorized individuals on campus Knowledgeable of emergency evacuation procedures and able to implement them if needed. Responsible while on campus to respond to all fire safety violations, have a thorough knowledge of all fire panels, and ensure such situations are resolved in a safe manner Coordinate with all emergency personnel arriving on campus and assist “first responders” as needed Responsible for ensuring all parking policies are adhered to, that the flow of vehicular traffic is conducted in a manner safe for motorist and pedestrians. Ensure that summons for violators are issued Responsible to fully investigate all Security related incidents brought to their attention, or which they discovered, and depending on the circumstances, provide a comprehensive, professionally written report to Security Administrators in a timely manner. Expected to be able to write concisely and have good written communication skills. Ensure that Security Administrators are aware of all matters of concern in a timely manner Responsible for providing needed supervision and training to subordinate Security personnel and ensure that all departmental policies are adhered to. In cases where Security personnel are in violation of policies, ensure that proper disciplinary procedures are initiated and brought to the attention of security administrators

Requirements: Expected to be able to effectively utilize the CCTV system and inform Security Administrators of problems discovered. To be proficient in computer programs such as Word and Excel Expected to be able to change their work schedule and extend their tours as dictated by the needs of the department. Be accessible during off hours to department administrators via phone Expected to coordinate ongoing programs such as vehicle maintenance, campus lighting, fire safety exercises and detex wand documentation During large scale events such as concerts and commencement, expected to plan and direct activities to ensure a successful event In the scheduled and unscheduled absence of Security Administrators, will be responsible for scheduling officers, ensuring that there is sufficient coverage for needed posts and events. Will also be responsible for completing pay roll records and submitting such records to the finance department In the absence of Security Administrators, will be expected to represent the Security Department in inter-departmental meetings The above listed description of duties of the position, is not meant to be all-inclusive, other duties and responsibilities may arise as circumstances dictate

Education Requirements: High school diploma or GED required. Bachelor’s degree, prior law enforcement or military service preferred Certificates, licenses, registrations: New York State Certified Security Guard NYC Fire Department Fire Guard License (F-O3) Valid Motor Vehicle Driver’s License

Work Schedule: Monday-Friday 11:00 p.m.  7:00 a.m. This position is considered essential personnel and is required to work during emergencies, holidays, weekends, day and night shifts and overtime

Application Process: All qualified applicants are subject to a background check as part of the final approval process. Applicants must include a letter of application, resume and contact information for at least three references. Please send all application materials by email to

Review of applications will begin immediately and continue until filled.

AA/EOE College of Mount Saint Vincent is committed to provide equal opportunity, employment, and advancement opportunities to all individuals. The College of Mount Saint Vincent does not discriminate in employment opportunities or practices on the basis of race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, national origin, age, disability, marital status, amnesty, or any other characteristic protected by Federal, State, or Local Laws.

Security Officer, Dodge City Community College

Dodge City Community College Job Description Dodge City Community College is committed to a policy of non-discrimination in hiring and employment on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, disability, military status, ancestry or national origin.
Position Inventory No: SUR20 Position Title: Security Officer Jenzabar Code: TFP-1420 Department: Security Date Revised: Feb 2017 Reports to: Director of Security FLSA Status: Exempt Hours to be worked: Full Time, shift may vary JOB SUMMARY: The Security Officer is responsible for all facets of Campus Safety and Security. The Security Officer will maintain and update security plans, provide safety and prevention information and presentations to students and staff, and ensure compliance with the Campus Safety and Security Act and all related federal requirements. This person is responsible for maintaining and compiling security incidents, statistics, records, reports and daily campus crime logs required for federal compliance. A high degree of student and staff interaction is expected. Primarily weekday responsibilities, some evening and weekend work is required. This position reports directly to the Director of Security.

I. Essential Functions/Responsibilities

  • To understand and commit to the Mission of the College ~ To provide challenging and diverse opportunities for the pursuit of learning and to enhance personal and community development in a responsible, accessible and learner-centered environment.
  • Ensure compliance with the Dodge City Community College Crisis Plan/Emergency Response Plan and serve as a member of the Campus Security Task Force " Works directly with the Director of Security as the designated “Key Emergency Response Person” for the Campus Emergency Response Alert System.
  • Works directly with the Director of Security for scheduling and maintaining sufficient coverage on all shifts during vacation, sick leave, holidays, and special events " Serve as a liaison with local law enforcement agencies and emergency personnel " Enforce parking regulations and monitoring of large groups and special events
  • Maintain confidentiality on all records, reports and incidents
  • Patrols parking area on campus grounds to enforce college rules and regulations and for the detection of safety hazards
  • Inspects buildings for illegal entry or vandals, to prevent theft or destruction of property and equipment
  • Provide security escorts on campus and deliver emergency messages upon request
  • Responsible for insuring that all reports are complete, accurate/grammatically correct and coordinate the necessary follow-up for further investigation
  • Responsible for informing the director of all necessary equipment and supplies for use by Security officers and ensuring upkeep and maintenance of security vehicles
  • Attend classes, seminars, conferences and assists in developing training for on campus officers that will enhance job knowledge and benefit the college
  • Responsible for verifying the accuracy of personnel time cards and completion of required payroll forms in a timely manner
  • Be punctual and dependable when reporting for duty
  • Ability to recall and record information in a concise and accurate manner
  • Exhibit professional manner and appearance in performing safety and security duties on campus and in the community
  • Ability to work in both inside and outside work conditions for extended periods of time, subject to temperature changes
  • Ability to work closely with Residence Life staff, Human Resources staff and other appropriate college employees
  • All other duties as assigned.

The above job description supersedes all previous descriptions. This description is intended to be a tool to describe the primary purpose of the job and the Essential Functions and Responsibilities. The job description may not be inclusive of all duties and job responsibilities.

Administration has the right to add to or change the job responsibilities to cover absences or relief to equalize peak work periods at any time.

II. Required Qualifications

  • Associate’s Degree in Criminal Justice or relevant field and/or equivalent work experience
  • At least three years experience in Law Enforcement or Security
  • Ability to meet the public
  • Ability to make public and campus presentations
  • Must have good written and verbal skills
  • Ability to interact with members of the community and project a positive image of the college at all times
  • Must comply with all college policies and procedures
  • Computer skills
  • Demonstrated ability to work with diverse groups
  • Knowledge of Kansas criminal statutes, federal and local regulations
  • Must possess and maintain valid Kansas Driver’s License
  • Must pass a background test

III. Preferred Qualifications

  • Bachelor’s Degree in Criminal Justice or relevant field
  • Prior experience in teaching or training of Law Enforcement or Security staff
  • Prior experience with College or University Security
  • Emergency medical response training
  • Current Kansas Law Enforcement Certification

IV. Physical Requirements: With or without assistance

  • Ability to lift and carry 50 lbs. (plus)
  • Ability to stand for 3 hours or longer
  • Ability to physically restrain another person
  • Ability to operate security equipment as needed
  • Ability to speak clearly and hear at distances of 50 feet or more
  • Must be able to sit at a desk for 3 or more hours, and sit in and operate a vehicle for an extended period of time

Security Officer, Casper College

Casper College in Casper, Wyoming is seeking a Campus Security Officer. This is a fully benefited position.

Essential Duties:
Patrols college property and buildings in a vehicle and on foot Performs initial response to emergencies and complaints, and initial investigations of incidents Checks and maintains security of property and buildings and safety of individuals on campus Responds to calls for assistance or information; provides community services such as access assistance, vehicle restart, etc. Responsible for activating College Alert System in an emergency and serving as Incident Commander until the arrival of College Administrators or first responders Enforces and maintains campus rules and regulations, reports violations Interacts effectively with campus community and visitors, in person and on the phone; provides information about events or refers to appropriate personnel Writes detailed and concise reports on various situations or rule infractions; maintains daily logs Assists, reports to, and coordinates with law enforcement or other public safety entities Uses approved department equipment including radios, vehicles, and computers Performs a variety of other duties as assigned

Minimum Qualifications:
Must be age 21 or older; possess high school diploma or equivalent Hold a valid Wyoming driver’s license (or able to obtain one at point of hire)with a good driving record Physical ability to patrol in car and on foot for extended periods of time and carry equipment weighing approximately 20 lbs such as battery charger and automatic external defibrillator Demonstrated ability to engage critical thinking, exercise good judgment, and make independent decisions Demonstrated success in effectively managing stressful situations, intervening in conflicts, and handling difficult and/or intoxicated individuals Excellent communication skills and ability to write reports Ability to work alone or with co-workers; willing to work a variety of shifts, including evenings, nights, weekends, holidays and college vacation periods; willingness to work shifts on short notice Ability to operate a motor vehicle and work a two way radio Willingness to participate in continuing education programs and in-service training

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