Public Safety Officer Tracking Code931 - 280Job Description
Primary Purpose: Provide security services in a campus environment.
Safety & Security
- Patrol campus by foot, motor vehicle, and cart, providing visibility and maintaining constant, mobile random and unsystematic surveillance of campus
- Provide facility security, including promoting overall safety awareness throughout campus
- Responsible for all security functions of the shift
- Provide parking lot escort services as requested
- Perform daily locking and unlocking of campus buildings
- Handle lock-outs and access issues as needed during shift, including providing appropriate assistance as needed in an expedient and professional fashion
- Know the location and operation of fire alarms and equipment, first aid kits, AED devices, and other safety equipment
- Serve as first responder in emergency situations
- Be alert for persons engaging in prohibited behavior on campus
- Observe and report safety hazards and maintenance issues
- Provide traffic control and parking lot supervision/citations
- Report to supervisor any violation of law or College policies
- Special event details
- Assist in training of new officers as assigned
- Read daily pass-on boards, emails, and schedules for shift preparation
- Perform monthly inspections of AEDs, fire extinguishers, emergency locks/shades, lighting, & emergency exit signs
- Suite guest check-ins and escorts
- Fleet vehicle check-ins/check-outs
- Report and log lost and found items on campus
- Complete incident reports and maintain logs and records
- Provide office and clerical support, if assigned
- Maintain personal and departmental equipment/uniforms
- Assist Chief of Public Safety in any function as required
- All other duties as assigned
- Maintains a collaborative work environment and works well with others.
- Perform duties in professional manner at all times.
High school diploma, GED, or an equivalent certificate of competency; supplemented by one year of related work experience; or an equivalent combination of training and experience. Must possess a “Class D” security license with the State of Florida, or be willing to pursue and secure such certification (State of Florida Chapter 493); have the ability to effectively meet and deal with the public; within 90 days of employment, possess and maintain a valid Florida driver’s license and acceptable driving record; ability to pass standard law enforcement background/security check; must be in good physical condition. As this position requires the operation of University vehicles, the possession and maintenance of a valid Florida driver’s license and acceptable driving record is required.
Good judgment, tact, diplomacy, honesty, and interpersonal skills required. Ability to remain alert over long periods and engage in active patrol throughout shift. Ability to observe situations objectively, recall and report information accurately, both verbally and in writing. Ability to remain calm in stressful situations, exercising good restraint even in difficult interactions with others. Ability to work as a positive team player, and to express one’s self clearly and concisely. Must be flexible to work any shift and have regular and reliable attendance. Physical ability to immediately respond in crisis or emergency anywhere on campus or in surrounding areas of College-owned property. Serves on College of Law emergency ride out team and/or may be required to maintain on call emergency response status in the event of emergency activities affecting College of Law. Work to build an environment that promotes and facilitates the success of Diversity and Inclusive Excellence.
Job LocationGulfport, Florida, United StatesPosition TypeFull-Time/Regular