JOB DESCRIPTION TITLE: Work Study Campus Security Officer
COLLEGE/SCHOOL/DEPT: Student Affairs
DATE PREPARED: August 24, 2021
REPORTS TO: Coordinator of Security & Emergency Management
FLSA: Temporary, Work Study, or Student Worker
Campus Safety Ambassadors are hired to assist with monitoring campus activates, ensuring the general well-being of the University and occupants, assist with enforcing behavioral expectations, disinfecting areas, screening, and other duties as assigned
PRINCIPAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
·Patrol and monitor campus and surrounding areas, bus stops, parking lots, and other public/ private unsupervised areas to ensure the safety and well-being of students, staff and faculty.
·Serve as resource security related questions; provide directions or general campus information in a helpful and professional manner.
·Protect University property against, vandalism, illegal unauthorized entry, fire, theft etc.
·Inspect and monitor doors, windows, gates, report and document observations, violation occurrences, and irregularities.
·Ensuring individuals on campus practice social distancing and remain six (3) feet physical apart both indoors and out.
·Ensure and enforce all individuals on campus wear a mask at all times while in open spaces, and instruction individuals in the appropriate use of personal protective equipment (PPE), for example having face masks fit over nose and mouth at all times and making sure it is not too loose.
·Identify and take action when any “choke points” and “high-traffic areas” look congested and encourage people to space out. Look for crowded areas in such as hallways and points of entry.
·Track individuals entering the building and classrooms, count and monitor for capacity limits.
·Provide direction to students that need to move to other spaces due to overcapacity.
·Participate in required training, read, and understand updated information and changes as it relates to COVID-19, the HU Safe Open Plan and campus safety operations.
SKILLS AND KNOWLEDGE
·High level of interpersonal skills, tact and conflict management is essential.
·Attention to detail and ability to count
·Exceptional judgement and wiliness to engage as needed with individuals to enforce campus safety requirements
·Knowledge of report writing and documentation
·Knowledge of operation of two-way radio system and radio communication procedures.
·Ability to think clearly and take effective action quickly in emergencies.
·Ability to work cooperatively with students, staff, faculty and general campus community.
·Must be able to complete scheduled First Aid/CPR and safety practices class.
·Must be able to complete campus safety course.
·Extremely dependable and professional and be available for posted shift.
·Must be willing to work evenings.
·Must be willing to come to campus
·Ability to patrol the entire campus on foot for a full shift and or by vehicle.
·Ability to run or jog for short periods during emergency and non-emergency situations.
·Ability to stand at an assigned post for an extended period.
·Ability to bend, twist, stoop, kneel, crawl, and reach in all directions.
·Ability to lift and carry up to 50 pounds.
·Ability to perform job responsibilities under all weather conditions.
·complete the quick application
·eligible federal and state work study students, please contact the office of Financial Aid
·other please contact the Office of Student Affairs