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Office Manager - University Police Department




University of Public Safety

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$31,781 Annual


High School graduate or equivalent.


Police communication-related experience; Microsoft Word and Excel; security systems, and key services background; PBX switchboard/police base radio, computers, printers IVIS ID card software, and key/lock systems.

One to two years office experience.

Primary Responsibilities:

Function: Provide University Police Department (UPD) with records management/retention, crime reporting, safety/security equipment, key services, police dispatching, and other clerical duties.

Scope: Involves providing specialized skills to a University law enforcement agency with crime
reporting and record retention, OneCard access systems, lost and found, citation databases, maintains annual departmental budget, and assists with University registration.

Essential: Maintains UPD annual budget, travel, time sheets, and procuring supplies and equipment; gathers and maintains crime reporting statistics for CLERY Act, and the UPD website; manages the Campus Security Authority, enrolls officials with significant responsibility for student and campus activities; collect retain, and destroy UPD records in accordance with the Texas State Records Retention Schedule, Code of Criminal Procedure, and Sul Ross State University polices; coordinate on­-campus TCOLE training conferences for officers; collection, storage, retention and disposal of lost and found property in accordance with the Texas Code of Criminal Procedure; coordinate acceptance or release of property with officers, individuals, outside agencies and prosecutors; responsible for the operation and management of the communication center, and customer service desk; includes student pre-employment interviews, employments, training, approving their time-sheets and scheduling of all student employees; maintains the annual communications budget; manages the mass notification tool Lobo Lookout; helps OIT with the OneCard system including activation/deactivation of authorized University personnel for secured card access systems; plans, organizes, and attends committee meetings for UPD patiicipation in the University registration process; maintains the University Sargent Key system including maintaining secured biting codes, cutting and issuing keys, lock changes, lock repairs, inventory of key supplies, and interdepartmental billing; maintains records for citations, key services, vehicle registration/permits, student/faculty/staff information cards, and student key/citations holds;
develops and coordinates with Student Government student appeals and traffic court; refers students to the Dean of Students for excessive parking violations; performs miscellaneous duties and services as requested or assigned by the administrative staff. Responsible for personal safety and the safety of others; must exercise due caution and practice safe work habits at all times.

Received: Under the supervision of the Director of the University Police Department.
Given: None

Works day and evening hours; office conditions with switchboard; hours may vary including split shifts and include weekends.

Position is Security Sensitive.

Other Information:

Texas Law requires a 60 day waiting period before new state employees are eligible to enroll in health insurance.

No person shall be excluded from participation in, denied the benefits of, or be subject to discrimination under any program or activity sponsored by Sul Ross State University on any basis prohibited by applicable law, including but not limited to race, color, national origin, religion, sex, age, or disability.

About SRSU:

Sul Ross State University, located in Alpine, Texas, is a member of the Texas State University System. It is accredited by the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools to award associate, bachelor’s and master’s degrees, and has an enrollment of approximately 2,000 students on campus in Alpine.

At an elevation of 4,480 feet in the scenic Davis Mountains of West Texas, and on the periphery of the Chihuahuan Desert, Alpine enjoys mild winters and cool summers. Davis Mountains State Park, Fort Davis National Historic Site, Big Bend National Park and Guadalupe Mountains National Park are all within one to three hours’ driving distance from Alpine.


Working at Sul Ross State University

Called "Possibly the most underrated little university west of the Mississippi" by CBS's Dan Rather, Sul Ross State University in West Texas boasts a combination of small class sizes, an appreciation of both fine arts and the sciences and popular professional programs in a relaxed, friendly environment.

Who Is Sul Ross? Where is Sul Ross?
The university's name honors Lawrence Sullivan "Sul" Ross, the son of a pioneer Waco, Texas, family and a popular soldier, governor, educator and humanitarian. Founded in 1917 as a teacher college, Sul Ross continues to offer teacher education as one of its most popular programs. Others in high demand are business, criminal justice and agricultural and natural resource sciences. Sul Ross achieved university status in 1969.

The university, comprising 647 acres in Alpine, Texas, boasts a beautiful 93-acre main campus of exquisitely-detailed buildings and enjoys perhaps the most temperate climate in the state. Its situation in the Davis Mountains overlooks the center of the city below, yet it remains within easy reach of many local stores and restaurants. The university also has a 468-acre working ranch that serves its animal science programs.

Located in Del Rio, Eagle Pass, and Uvalde, the Middle Rio Grande Campuses offer upper level and graduate courses.  Our professors provide hands on learning in ways that relate to our students and their passion for higher education.  Courses are accessible via interactive television, online learning communities, and face to face classes

Sul Ross State University is part of The Texas State University System, the largest college system in the state after the University of Texas and Texas A&M systems.

A Small Size, But Plenty to Do
With an enrollment of about 2,000 students on the main campus in Alpine, class sizes are small, guaranteeing a much higher level of personal attention from instructors and the university's support staff. But there's plenty for students to do in their free time: lots of student clubs and organizations, a thriving arts community and a strong athletic tradition.

The SRSU men's basketball team won the conference championship five times in the past 20 years, including the 1999 American Southwest Conference championship. The women's basketball team has also won five conference championships and played in eight national playoffs, even making it to the Final Four.

Similarly, the Lobos football and baseball teams have won five conference titles each in the past 20 years, including American Southwest Conference championships in the late 1990s. The Lady Lobos volleyball team has won nine conference championships in all.

Rodeo is significant part of the Sul Ross program, and the university is the birthplace of the National Intercollegiate Rodeo Association. Many team members have gone on to become world champions, and 1951 graduate Harley May is a charter member of the Professional Rodeo Cowboys Hall of Fame.

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