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Campus Public Safety Officer, Highline College

This position is open continuous. First consideration will be given to those applications received online by July 14, 2014.

 

Highline Community College is situated in a diverse community just 20 minutes south of Seattle where we serve a student population of over 70% students of color, representing over 35 nations and more than 100 languages. The college embraces equity, inclusion, and social justice, with core goals of Student Attainment, Diversity, Community Engagement, and Sustainability. Highline received a distinguished Award of Excellence from the American Association of Community Colleges in 2014, as well as the Higher Education Excellence in Diversity (HEED) award in 2013. The college was also named one of the Chronicle of Higher Education's Best Colleges to Work For in 2010 and 2013.

 

Perform general duty security work to protect life and property; enforce laws and ordinances, maintain order, and prevent and investigate crime. Possess ability to handle highly stressful or adverse situations, working calmly and accurately, and helping calm others. Demonstrate strong interpersonal and intercultural communication skills and ability to work effectively with individuals of various cultural, ethnic, educational and socio-economic backgrounds; be familiar with community oriented and problem solving philosophies.

 

FULL JOB DESCRIPTION AND ONLINE APPLICATION:  http://humanresources.highline.edu/job


Chief of Police, University of Illinois at Chicago

The University of Illinois at Chicago (UIC) is seeking nominations and applications for the position of Chief of Police. UIC is a major research university in the heart of one of the world's greatest cities. UIC's student body is nearly 28,000 (about 17,000 are undergrads) strong and is recognized as one of the nation's most diverse. UIC has 15 colleges - including the nation's largest medical school - and annual research expenditures exceeding $335 million. UIC's 250 acre campus is an oasis within a bustling city, where 5,000 trees surround award winning concrete and glass buildings. More than half of all freshman live on campus and 25percent of students reside in surrounding neighborhoods.

 

This individual serves as the chief law enforcement officer and is responsible for designing, developing, implementing and overseeing the University's law enforcement and security strategy for the entire campus, including the Rockford, IL, and Peoria, IL, locations. He/she will be responsible for the human resources, budget (currently $8.3 million), management, administration, and planning of the University's Campus Police Department, including police services (Campus Police), security services, crime prevention and emergency management. The Chief of Police will work collaboratively with other University offices to ensure that effective emergency management and safety programs and procedures are established, tested and implemented. A significant responsibility for this individual, in conjunction with other campus officials, is helping to ensure a safe and welcoming environment while enforcing campus, city, state and federal government ordinances.

 

Reporting to the Vice Chancellor of Administrative Services, the Chief of Police shall have the ability to lead 75 police officers and 55 professional support personnel and an understanding of the unique role that security services play in a complex and diverse university environment. An important qualification will be demonstrated experience and sensitivity in dealing with college or university students, faculty and staff representing many cultures, backgrounds, and experiences.

 

Job Requirements Requirements include a Bachelor's degree in law enforcement, criminal justice or a related field; a Master's degree in law enforcement, criminal justice or a related field is preferred, along with satisfactory completion of a senior law enforcement management program. Also required is a minimum of 10 years of progressive experience within law enforcement, including experience in a supervisory, management, and/or command capacity, in a union/civil service environment with preference to prior law enforcement experience in an institution of higher learning or a complex campus/environment. Certification as a law enforcement officer in good standing is required, as is a valid State of Illinois driver's license (or within 60 days of employment); NIMS certification (or within 12 months of employment); and a FOID identification card. Excellent communication and team building skills are required; proficiency with computers and related software is expected. Experience with health care policing is strongly desired.

 

This is a fulltime academic professional position. Salary is open and is dependent on qualifications and experience.

 

The position is available as soon as possible after closing date. To ensure full consideration, application materials (including a letter of interest outlining relevant skills and experience, resume, and contact information for at least three professional references) and nominations (including the nominee's name, current position, contact information, and a brief description of qualifications and experience for the position) should be received by August 26, 2014. Candidates may create a profile and submit electronic materials through jobs.uic.edu.  The Hollins Group (www.thehollinsgroup.com)  is the University's executive search partner for this engagement.

 

The University of Illinois at Chicago is an affirmative action, equal opportunity institution/employer and does not discriminate on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, religion, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, veteran or disability status, height, weight, or marital status in employment or the provision of services.


Clery Compliance Administrator, Johns Hopkins University

This position serves as the principal institutional official responsible for ensuring and monitoring compliance with all laws and regulations under the Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act. The Clery Compliance Administrator will work with policies, standards and procedures to ensure university-wide compliance. It will manage and coordinate the institution's comprehensive program for gathering and disclosing campus safety and security information, crime statistics, and the timely preparation, submission and dissemination of required reports, documents and records. The Clery Compliance Administrator will oversee and participate in conducting institution-wide education and training related to the Clery Act.

Primary Duties & Responsibilities of the Job:

  1. Serves as the institution's designated Campus Safety Survey Administrator, as that term is explained in the Department of Education correspondence.
  2. Manages & Coordinates the Institution's Clery Act Compliance Program:
    1. Stays abreast of all current and pending laws and regulations affecting Clery Act provisions, as well as changes to the Clery Act. Maintains knowledge of current and new trends or best practices in crime analysis, monitoring and tracking system.
    2. Works alongside key stakeholders across the university providing advice and guidance, coordination and oversight in matters related to complying and interpreting the requirements of the Clery Reporting Act.
    3. Develops, recommends, drafts, and implements the institutions Clery Compliance policies and procedures.
    4. In conjunction with the applicable offices, develops and implements Clery Act required programs and activities.
    5. Ensures and establishes Clery Act compliance programs at each separate campus.
    6. Collaborates with the Emergency and Risk Management representatives to ensure compliance with the Emergency Notification requirements of the Clery Act.
    7. Works with various institutional offices to ensure compliance with the provisions of the Sexual Assault Victim's Bill of Rights and the Violence Against Women Act.
    8. Coordinates with Johns Hopkins Facilities and Real Estate to maintain an accurate list of buildings and properties owned and/or controlled by the institution. Compiles a list of all properties owned or controlled by the university that are used for educational purposes. Determines which must be reported at separate campuses, and which must be reported as non-campus locations to include fraternity locations.
    9. Works with the appropriate university departments to identify all Campus Security Authorities for the institution and maintains a list of them for each academic year.
  3. Manages and coordinates the collection of crime, disciplinary referral data and fire safety data across the university from various internal and external sources, such as the Office of Student Conduct, local law enforcement agencies, and the state police:
    1. Serves as the Records Custodian for all Clery Act-associated records.
    2. Collects crime statistics from all Campus Security Authorities at the main campus, non-campus locations, regional centers and campuses based overseas.
    3. Periodically reviews incident reports and ensures proper categorization. Works with the various campus security offices to ensure proper classification of crime incident reports.
    4. Manages the institution's Timely Warning Report program, tracking and auditing Timely Warnings for Clery requirements.
    5. Ensures that daily crime and fire logs are created, maintained and in keeping with regulatory and internal policy requirements.
    6. Works with counseling and psychological services and Student Health Services (or similar advocacy center) to gather statistical data related to crimes disclosed to those offices. Ensures that reported crimes are only counted once.
  4. . Coordinates with the appropriate campus departments to ensure compliance with HEA Fire Safety regulations:
    1. Collaborates with the Emergency and Risk Management representatives to ensure that at least one test per campus is completed each year that includes all required components to meet the HEOA definition of a test.
    2. Ensures daily fire logs requirements are complied with across the institution.
  5. Works in conjunction with the various Campus offices and the Office of General Counsel to prepare, publish, and distribute on a timely basis the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report.
    1. Sends annual request for crime statistics to all Campus Security Authorities at the end of each calendar year. Consolidates relevant data from these sources with information and policies from across institutional departments.
    2. Ensures that separate policies are included for each University campus. c. Ensures that the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report are developed properly and timely, and are disseminated and made available to current and prospective students and employees.
  6. Develops and Implements Education &Training programs:
    1. Provides, facilitates and/or manages training of campus security authorities.
    2. Trains key institutional stakeholders on Clery Act requirements.
    3. Ensures the institution maintains accurate records on security awareness and crime prevention programs and presentations. Submits annual crime statistics to the Department of Education, as required. Communicates with parents, appropriate university leadership, and other interested parties regarding Clery Act matters. Performs other duties and tasks as assigned.

Qualifications: Bachelor's degree in Communications, Criminal Justice, Emergency Management, Law Enforcement or related field required. Five (5) years of experience working with procedural or management analysis required. Experience in a large higher education environment. Ability to work independently in a highly matrix, decentralized and complex work environment. Excellent writing skills with demonstrated ability and experience to develop and draft policy, recommendations, procedures, reports, presentations, and communications, including a well-developed skill in manipulating various types of data and information using computer software applications (e.g., Microsoft Office Suite, databases). Excellent oral and presentation skills. Excellent organizational and time management skills. Excellent interpersonal and collaboration skills. Significant and advanced knowledge of laws and regulations associated with the Jeanne Clery disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (i.e., requirements for reporting crime under the Uniform Crime Report, the Jeanne Clery Act and Department of Education mandates) coupled with knowledge of other related federal, state and local laws and regulations (e.g., provisions of Sexual Assault Victim's Bill of Rights), enforcement data base, knowledge of crime analysis and mapping systems. Preferred Qualifications: Master's degree in Communications, Criminal Justice, Emergency Management, Law Enforcement, Law or related field preferred. Three years or more of work experience with an institution of Higher Education preferred. A minimum of three years of Clery Act and/or Title IX compliance experience, including experience with drafting Annual Security and Fire Safety Report and in classifying Clery crime and disciplinary referral cases preferred. Prior experience in policy development and writing preferred.

NOTE: The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check. If you are interested in applying for this position, apply to Requisition #61982 at http://jobs.jhu.edu.


Director of Campus Safety and Security, College of Mount Saint Vincent

The College of Mount Saint Vincent is an academically excellent, authentically inclusive, independent liberal arts college.  Committed to the Catholic tradition and ecumenism, the College combines a strong core curriculum with a full array of majors in the liberal arts and, within the tradition of liberal education, selected professional fields of study: Accounting, Business, Communication, Nursing, and Teacher Education.  The College invites applications for the position of Director of Campus Safety and Security. The position is available in September.


 

We seek a talented Security professional will appreciate and maintain the delicate balance between campus safety and campus freedom that must be struck in an educational environment. The Director is responsible for the effective and sensitive administration of security, accident prevention, fire safety and parking enforcement programs;  maintaining a staff work schedule for a continuous 24-hour, 7-day weekly operation, providing security and parking for campus wide special events including Sister of Charity events, Commencement, Orientation, all events coordinated by Campus Events, Admissions and other College offices. The Director is required to be on-call and to remain at or report to the College in the event of an emergency to assure safe and uninterrupted College operations. The Director serves as a full-time administrator within the Division of Student Affairs, reporting directly to the Vice President for Student Affairs/Dean of Students.

Successful candidates will have:

  • Earned a baccalaureate degree in an appropriate field of study.
  • At least five years of progressively responsible experience in campus safety.
  • Familiarity with relevant federal laws (Clery Act,Title lX, VaWA) and New York State laws (Suzanne Lyall Campus Safety Act), and New York City fire safety and emergency response protocols. 

The full job description may be found at http://www.mountsaintvincent.edu/1577.htm.

To apply: Prepare a cover letter and in the subject line RE: Director for Campus Safety and Security, note the job number and title. Include your résumé and salary requirements, and send it by email to: hr@mountsaintvincent.edu.

Or by mail: 

Human Resources Department
College of Mount Saint Vincent
6301 Riverdale Avenue
Riverdale, New York 10471-1093

 

Director of Transportation and Parking, The University of Chicago

The University of Chicago is one of the nations leading institutions of higher education and research. The University community includes approximately 5,000 undergraduates and 10,000 graduate, professional, and other students working together to create a vibrant and dynamic student life.

 

The University of Chicago is located in the Hyde Park/South Kenwood neighborhood, a racially and economically diverse residential community of 43,000 people on the shores of Lake Michigan, about fifteen minutes south of downtown Chicago. The Department of Safety and Security includes the following units: University of Chicago Police Department (UCPD), Management Operations which includes Transportation & Parking Services, Security for University of Chicago Laboratory Schools, Security for University of Chicago Charter School, Emergency Management, Environmental Health and Safety, and the Office of the Associate Vice President. Reporting to the Department of Safety and Security Chief Operating Officer & Executive Director of Management Operations, the Director of Transportation and Parking directs and administers university-wide commuter, parking, traffic, and transit/transportation functions to ensure safe, efficient, and economical operation. University Parking Services provides parking for over 2,300 vehicles daily, including one parking structure and twelve surface lots and transportation services include Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) routes, evening shuttles, Dial-A-Ride program, charter buses, and alternative transportation support programs such as parking/car sharing and carpooling.

 

The Director works closely with University and Medical Center administration, including the Office of Campus and Student Life; collaborates with the Office of Civic Engagement and key stakeholder groups within the campus community; and markets and promotes the parking and transit programs to both the University and the broader community. Direct reports to the position include the Assistant Director of Transportation and the Assistant Director of Parking. The successful candidate will possess a Bachelor's degree and a minimum of five years of experience in public administration, business, parking and/or transit operations, including at least three years of management and financial experience. Strategic long-range planning experience and knowledge of parking, transportation, and transit system operation, safety, and management are also required. A Master's degree in planning, public administration, or business administration is preferred. In addition, the ideal candidate will possess the ability to conceptualize, design, and implement business and operating systems; excellent interpersonal and communication skills including listening, negotiation, conflict resolution, and persuasion; knowledge of economic and public policy to shape transportation behavior; and knowledge of transportation trends, laws, and regulations.

 

Review of applications will begin August 5, 2014. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the SJG website at www.spelmanandjohnson.com under the link Current Searches. Nominations for this position may be emailed to Mark Hall at mah@sjgsearch.com. SJG  The Spelman & Johnson Group The University of Chicago  Director of Transportation and Parking Mark Hall, Senior Associate

 

Visit The University of Chicago website at www.uchicago.edu 

 

The University of Chicago is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.


Director of Transportation and Parking, The University of Chicago

The University of Chicago is one of the nations leading institutions of higher education and research. The University community includes approximately 5,000 undergraduates and 10,000 graduate, professional, and other students working together to create a vibrant and dynamic student life. The University of Chicago is located in the Hyde Park/South Kenwood neighborhood, a racially and economically diverse residential community of 43,000 people on the shores of Lake Michigan, about fifteen minutes south of downtown Chicago.

 

The Department of Safety and Security includes the following units: University of Chicago Police Department (UCPD), Management Operations which includes Transportation & Parking Services, Security for University of Chicago Laboratory Schools, Security for University of Chicago Charter School, Emergency Management, Environmental Health and Safety, and the Office of the Associate Vice President. Reporting to the Department of Safety and Security Chief Operating Officer & Executive Director of Management Operations, the Director of Transportation and Parking directs and administers university-wide commuter, parking, traffic, and transit/transportation functions to ensure safe, efficient, and economical operation. University Parking Services provides parking for over 2,300 vehicles daily, including one parking structure and twelve surface lots and transportation services include Chicago Transit Authority (CTA) routes, evening shuttles, Dial-A-Ride program, charter buses, and alternative transportation support programs such as parking/car sharing and carpooling.

 

The Director works closely with University and Medical Center administration, including the Office of Campus and Student Life; collaborates with the Office of Civic Engagement and key stakeholder groups within the campus community; and markets and promotes the parking and transit programs to both the University and the broader community. Direct reports to the position include the Assistant Director of Transportation and the Assistant Director of Parking. The successful candidate will possess a Bachelor's degree and a minimum of five years of experience in public administration, business, parking and/or transit operations, including at least three years of management and financial experience. Strategic long-range planning experience and knowledge of parking, transportation, and transit system operation, safety, and management are also required. A Master's degree in planning, public administration, or business administration is preferred.

 

In addition, the ideal candidate will possess the ability to conceptualize, design, and implement business and operating systems; excellent interpersonal and communication skills including listening, negotiation, conflict resolution, and persuasion; knowledge of economic and public policy to shape transportation behavior; and knowledge of transportation trends, laws, and regulations.

 

Review of applications will begin August 5, 2014. A resume with an accompanying cover letter may be submitted via the SJG website at www.spelmanandjohnson.com under the link Current Searches. Nominations for this position may be emailed to Mark Hall at mah@sjgsearch.com.  SJG  The Spelman & Johnson Group

 

The University of Chicago  Director of Transportation and Parking Mark Hall, Senior Associate Visit The University of Chicago website at www.uchicago.edu The University of Chicago is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer.


Director, Safety & Security (Chief of Police), University of North Florida

The Director Safety & Security, under the direction of a Vice President or above, provides leadership and guidance for a university department. Serves as the Chief Executive and Administrative Officer for the Police Department. Responsible for the overall direction of the University Police Department, including fiscal/budget management. Responsible for planning, developing and implementing campus safety, security and law enforcement functions, directing investigations of crimes and other offenses, special events management, crime prevention programs, officer training and professional development, and serves as coordinator for the grievance process. Design and implement departmental strategies and objectives to ensure departmental goals are met. Develop and/or supervise the implementation of programs, policies and procedures and technology initiatives. Serve in an advisory capacity, providing coaching and consultation. Develop proposals, recommendations and reports for senior leadership. Collaborate with senior leaders to integrate departmental objectives that impact the university. Receives supervision related to carrying out of University Policy and Public Safety procedures. Responsible for maintaining the accreditation standards as set forth by the Commission for Florida Law Enforcement Accreditation, Inc. (CFA). Demands a high level of competence with respect to all police procedures and policies, effective supervisory skills and sensitivity to human public relations as they relate to the University Police and Public Safety. A high level of professionalism, personal integrity and commitment to the mission of the institution is also required. Exercises high level of discretion and decision making, and has broad authority for making policy and developing plans to accomplish the mission. During declared campus emergencies, this position designated as a Tier 1 respondent, may be required to perform specific job related duties at a designated off campus location or place of residence.

 

Staff include: Associate Director (1), Law Enforcement Lieutenant (2), Law Enforcement Sergeant (5), Law Enforcement Officer (20), Office Manager (1), Communications Manager (1), Police Communications Operator (5), Sr. Police Communications Operator (1), Police Records Clerk (1), OPS Safety Rangers (5).

 

UNF strategically supports an aim to operate as a preeminent, vibrantly inclusive employer in higher education. The successful candidate should demonstrate a capacity to work among diverse constituencies in the immediate university community and beyond. Required Qualifications A Master's degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a directly related area of specialization and six years of experience directly related to the job functions; or a Bachelor's degree from a regionally accredited college or university in a directly related area of specialization and eight years of experience directly related to the job functions.

 

A pre-employment background check is performed on candidates selected for employment. Applications are only accepted through the University Of North Florida's Human Resource page with full details on how to apply for the position: https://www.unfjobs.org/applicants/jsp/shared/position/JobDetails_css.jsp?postingId=296683


Emergency Preparedness and Clery Compliance Coordinator, University of St. Thomas

The University of St. Thomas (www.stthom.edu), a private Catholic university committed to the liberal arts and to the religious and intellectual tradition of Catholic higher education, is seeking an Emergency Preparedness and Clery Compliance Coordinator. The University enrolls more than 3,700 students with its main campus located in Houston's Museum District.

 

Summary:  The Emergency Preparedness and Clery Compliance Coordinator is responsible for the overall management of the University's Emergency Management and Preparedness functions, including development and maintenance of its comprehensive emergency management plan and sub-plans. The incumbent will oversee and coordinate all on campus efforts to prepare and plan for emergency situations and response. This position is a key resource in developing and maintaining relationships with local, state and national emergency management organizations as well as working among various University of St. Thomas campus departments to plan, communicate, and coordinate University-wide emergency preparedness and management efforts. This position works through the University Police Department and is responsible for Clery Compliance data collection.

 

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:  "Will assist in the development and maintenance of the university emergency operations plan and annexes in accordance with published standards. "Will assist in preparing and presenting public awareness programs to university staff, faculty, students and alumni. "Provide response to campus emergencies, when needed. "Assist in planning, implementation, and evaluation of emergency preparedness exercises and drills to test the university's response to a variety of crisis situations. "Develop After Action Reports (AAR) to include Lessons Learned and Recommendations. "Review and update the Crisis Management Plan. "Must understand the National Incident Management System (NIMS) or Incident Command System (ICS) and the four phases of Emergency Management. "Will attend local and regional Emergency Management meetings. "Responsible for maintaining the ICS certifications from faculty and staff on a spreadsheet and Human Resource database.

 

"Provide professional administrative and coordination assistance for the department to include answering telephones, greeting and advising visitors, preparing departmental reports and maintaining databases for written procedures. "Plan and implement Safety Week annually for the University. "Serve as a key point of contact within the University's emergency response team under the supervision of the University President and VP Student Affairs. "Chair the University's Emergency Preparedness and Planning Committee. "Coordinate the University's CERT and Safety Captain Program. "Coordinate the University Clery Act compliance program which includes preparing the Annual Security and Fire Safety Report, identify and train "Campus Security Authorities" and managing the University Timely Warning Report program as well as collaborates with the Office of Marketing and Communication to ensure compliance with "Emergency Notification" requirements; Ensures compliance with the daily crime and fire log requirements. "Works with various institutional offices to ensure compliance with the provisions of the Sexual Assault Victim's Bill of Rights such as Office of the Title IX Coordinator to ensure collaboration regarding Sexual Assault reporting. "Trains key institutional stakeholders on Clery Act requirements and ensures the institution maintains accurate records on security awareness and crime prevention programs and presentations as well as Coordinates with Real Estate and Accounting office to maintain an accurate list of buildings and properties owned and/or controlled by the institution. "Perform other duties as assigned

 

Note: This is an essential service position. The incumbent is required to respond after hours during emergencies and must communicate their location if they plan on being more than 100 miles from the University's main location. The incumbent may be required to remain on the University's premises in the event of an emergency campus closure.

 

Qualifications and Requirements:  "Minimum of 2 years of administrative or program experience in emergency management administration and planning. "Experience in emergency management or a related professional environment. Effective oral and written communications skills. Proficient in standard office applications to include Microsoft Excel and Word. Experience as an instructor for courses related to Emergency Management. Certifications of FEMA 100, 200, 300, 700, 800 are preferred. Knowledge and understanding of the National Incident Management System (NIMS) or Incident Command System (ICS) and the four phases of Emergency Management. "Demonstrated knowledge of the National Incident Management System. "Experience in developing broad plans and programs requiring a high degree of coordination, communication, and implementation among various groups and departments. "Excellent verbal and written communication skills. "Good organizational and interpersonal skills. "Demonstrated analytical abilities with a high degree of attention to details. "Demonstrated ability to handle multiple tasks simultaneously. "Demonstrated ability to make sound judgments and decisions. "Ability to work in a multi-ethnic and multi-cultural environment with students, faculty and staff. "Ability to work a flexible schedule that may include evening and weekend assignments.

 

Education: "A Bachelor's degree from an accredited college or university in Emergency Management, Criminal Justice, Business Administration, Management, Public Administration, or related field. A Master's degree preferred. Equivalent experience will be evaluated as part of the interview process.

 

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.) recruiting@stthom.edu  Human Resources  Ref: 2714 University of St. Thomas Houston, TX 77006

 

The University of St Thomas is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Manager of Electronic Security Systems & Technology, University of Denver

This position has two primary responsibilities: the electronic security systems for the University and oversight of the Division's technology needs with a focus on dispatch operations. This position will plan, implement, direct, enforce, and oversee the electronic security needs and technology operations for the University of Denver Department of Campus Safety. This position is responsible for the management of several technology solutions, including access (C-Cure 9000), CCTV, reporting and storage. The campus security functions include overseeing and managing security software applications for the physical security of the campus. This position will work closely with the Facilities Management Department, University Architects office, University Technology Services and others to coordinate and ensure that state-of-the-art technology is implemented to protect people, research, and campus assets. This employee will serve as Subject Matter Expert (SME) regarding software applications for physical and electronic security; CCTV and related areas for the University. This position is responsible for managing the Division's radio system, dispatch technology and computer systems in partnership with the Commander and Lieutenant of Patrol Operations. This position supports the technology needs of the Division in cooperation with University Technology Services.

 

For more specific details please refer to the job announcement at du.edu/jobs. Please complete an online application at https://dujobs.silkroad.com/  only online applications will be accepted. Once within the job description online, please click "New Resume/CV" to begin a new application. Please attach a resume and cover letter. 

 

Please also see our extensive benefits package at www.du.edu/hr/benefits.  

 

The University is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.  The University of Denver is committed to enhancing the diversity of its faculty and staff and encourages applications from women, minorities, members of the LGBT community, people with disabilities and veterans.


Police Officer, University St. Thomas

Department: University Police

Supervisor: Chief of Police

Location: UST Campus

 

The University of St. Thomas (www.stthom.edu), a private Catholic university committed to the liberal arts and to the religious and intellectual tradition of Catholic higher education, is seeking Police Officers. 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 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.

 

"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.

 

"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 be a licensed Texas Peace Officer with less than 180 days break in service.

 

"Must have or obtain a valid Texas motor vehicle operator's license.

 

"Applicants must be capable of being licensed as a Police Officer by The Texas Commission on Law Enforcement.

 

"Heavy, exerting 50-100 lbs. occasionally, 10-25 lbs. frequently, or up to 10-20 lbs. constantly.

 

"Candidate may be asked to complete a ride along on a patrol shift prior to job offer.

 

"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. 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. recruiting@stthom.edu  Human Resources  Ref: 1914 University of St. Thomas Houston, TX 77006

 

The University of St. Thomas is an Equal Opportunity Employer


Public Safety Officer, University of Redlands

DESCRIPTION: Under the direction of the Public Safety Sergeant, performs a wide variety of duties to provide security and protection over persons and buildings and/or properties within the college community while ensuring a year-round, safe campus environment. Takes an active role in areas of public education relative to crimes and crime prevention.

For complete listing and application procedures, please visit: http://www.redlands.edu/offices-directories/human-resources/jobs.aspx#.U8arRPldUue

 


Security Investigator, Bowdoin College

Bowdoin College, a highly selective liberal arts college of 1800 students located on the coast of Maine, is accepting applications for a Security Investigator.

 

Purpose of the Job/Job Summary: Reporting to the Director of Safety and Security, the Security Investigator conducts security investigations and responds to critical incident scenes as the lead investigator; locates and questions/interviews victims, complainants, witnesses and suspects to gather case facts and evidence; writes and submits detailed investigative reports; manages investigative caseload assignments; works collaboratively with shift supervisors to coordinate personnel assignments related to investigations; testifies in judicial board hearings;

 

Develops and delivers crime prevention programming and training; acts as a liaison with local, county, state and federal law enforcement; meets and works with community members to identify problems and develop solutions and crime prevention strategies in accordance with community policing practices; keeps current on crime trends and best practices that inform development of policies and standard operating procedures; as part of security team participates in all standard functions in the Department and works closely with the Office of Student Affairs, Human Resources, and the Campus Emergency Management Team.

 

Education/Skills Requirements: A Bachelor's degree in criminal justice, public administration or related discipline, or an equivalent combination of college-level coursework and professional training, and directly related experience required.

 

Experience Requirements and/or Equivalents: A minimum of 7 years of progressive experience in criminal investigations and incident scene management. Experience with an institution of higher education, and experience with crime prevention programming preferred. Knowledge and experience with security systems technology and crime data analysis; experience in the concepts and practice of community policing.

 

Proven ability to establish good working relationships and develop strong community partnerships; ability to maintain a calm and professional demeanor, with confidence, at all times under difficult circumstances. Demonstrated skill in program management, organization and planning; possesses excellent written, verbal communication and presentation skills; strong computer skills including the use of spreadsheets and word processing (Microsoft Office).

 

Applications: Further details and instructions to apply can be found on our online application: http://careers.bowdoin.edu/postings/1337  For questions, please contact careers@bowdoin.edu

 

Bowdoin College is committed to equality and is an equal opportunity employer. We encourage inquiries from candidates who will enrich and contribute to the cultural and ethnic diversity of our College. Bowdoin College does not discriminate on the basis of age, race, creed, color, religion, marital status, gender, sexual orientation, veteran status, national origin, or disability status in employment, or in our education programs.