Community Service Officer Patrol Job Description Sample
Community Patrol Officer
Leisure World of Maryland is a private, age-restricted community located in Montgomery County, Maryland.
There are approximately 8,500 people residing in Leisure World, which is sub-divided into 29 housing associations.
Leisure World has an immediate opening for a full time Community Patrol Officer to patrol the community, prevent and detect crime, enforce the criminal and motor vehicle laws and enforce regulations designed to protect the life and property of the residents on the property of Leisure World.
The schedule is a variable shift arrangement which includes weekends.
Carries out the policies and procedures of the Security Department.
Patrols the community and provides supplemental transportation as needed.
Assists residents who are locked out of their residences.
Secures Trust Property and other residential buildings as required.
Maintains a daily log of duties and responsibilities required for each shift.
Provides assistance to the Special Police Officer (SPO) on investigations and maintains written reports on all crimes, property damage, fires, sudden death, traffic and non-traffic accidents.
Trains and is certified in CPR and the use of the AED.
Provides supervision and assistance for all Access Control Officers on duty.
Fulfills the role of Access Control Officer in the event the Department is short on manpower.
Fulfills the role of Access Control Training Officer as new hires join the Security Department.
Ability to write clear and precise reports.
Ability to acquire a through knowledge of state and county laws, departmental rules, regulations, duties and responsibilities.
- Excellent leadership skills.
EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE
Associate's degree (A. A.)
Six months to one year related experience.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
- Automatic Electronic Defibrillation (AED) Certification
- CPR Certification
- Successful completion of a background investigation and clean background Report.
- A valid state driver's license with a clean driving record.
Security Patrol Officer Needed For Community In Lake Worth
Lake Worth Patrol Officer
West of Jog Road
Must be able to work all shifts.
Pay Rate - $12.00 Per Hour
Must have residential experience and clean MVR.
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Allied Universal Services is currently searching for a Professional Security Officer.
The Professional Security Officer is the heart of Allied Universal Services. Our officers allow us to accomplish our company's core purpose which is "to serve, secure and care for the people and businesses in our communities". The Professional Security Officer is responsible for the safety and security of the facilities they protect. Our security officers act as a visible deterrent to crime and client rule infractions; they detect and report suspicious, unsafe or criminal acts at or near their assigned posts which may be a threat to the property, clients, guests or employees at the site. Although essential activities may differ based on the facility at which they work, below are some of the standards:
Ensure the facility is provided with high quality security services to protect people and property
Report safety concerns, security breaches and unusual circumstances both verbally and in writing
Build, improve and maintain effective relationships with both client employees and guests
Answer questions and assist guests and employees
Answer phones or greet guests / employees in a professional, welcoming manner
Physical and Mental Functions:
Stand or walk constantly (for up to an entire shift) on various surfaces (tile, concrete, carpet)
Climb stairs, ramps, or ladders occasionally during shift
Occasionally bend/twist at waist/knees/neck to perform various duties
Occasionally lift or carry up to 40 pounds
Run as needed
Constant use of both hands and arms in reaching/handling/grasping/fingering while using phone, notepad, writing reports, and other administrative tasks
Constant use of eyes (correctable vision to normal level required) to observe, read, interact with public and co-workers, view security monitors; includes hand/eye coordination
Work in various environments including adverse outdoor conditions such as cold, rain or heat;
Constant mental alertness and attention to detail required while setting priorities and following up on assignments
Qualified applicants for the Professional Security Officer position will meet the minimum requirements, as described below:
High school diploma or equivalent required
At least 18 years of age
Must possess effective written and oral communication and interpersonal skills with ability to deal with all levels of personnel and the general public in a professional and effective manner; must be able to use initiative and independent judgment within established guidelines
Must be able to frequently prepare written reports and logs in neat, legible handwriting; may require computer skills
Must be able to read and understand all operating procedures and instructions
Must be able to obtain a valid Guard License as required in the state for which you are applying
As a condition of employment, employee must successfully complete a background investigation and a post-offer/pre-employment drug/alcohol test
As a condition of continued employment, employee must maintain current active status of all required License at all times, and must carry the license at all times while on duty
Must display exceptional customer service and communication skills
Remain flexible to ever changing environments; adapt well to different situations
Intermediate computer skills to utilize innovative, wireless technology at client specific sites
Ability to maintain satisfactory attendance and punctuality standard;
Neat and professional appearance
Ability to provide quality customer service
Ability to handle both common and crisis situations at the client site, calmly and efficiently
Read, understand and clearly speak English; constantly use speech and hearing (correctable to normal level required) in communicating with public/co-workers, giving and receiving instructions, using phones
Must be able to handle pressure of working with high volume general public (constantly to occasionally depending on assignment)
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Program Officer - WV Commission For National And Community Service
WV Commission for National and Community Service (Volunteer West Virginia)- AmeriCorps National Service Programs - Program Officer: The Program Officer is a member of the program team and is jointly responsible for coordinating the selection, support, and evaluation of Volunteer West Virginia (VWV) funded service programs; reporting on progress to primary stakeholders; and managing budgets of and fund transfers to grantees.
Additionally, the Program Officer is responsible for promoting an ethic of service across the state through outreach efforts and by acting as a liaison between VWV and other organizations that are a part of the service, nonprofit and volunteer network. The Program officer reports to the Executive Director. Selected candidate must possess a strong, demonstrated commitment to and knowledge of service and volunteerism; excellent critical thinking skills and a positive, can-do personality; experience working with community based nonprofit organizations; ability to build strong, productive relationships with diverse individuals and organizations to achieve common goals; must possess the ability to work independently, as part of a team, and collaboratively with a broad range of individuals and organizations; ability to initiate problem solving and remain flexible; must possess strong written and verbal communication skills; strong organizational skills and a desire to work in a fast-paced environment dedicated to community service; ability to create new processes and prepare in advance to address challenges and barriers to success.
Primary duties include, but are not limited to: managing a portfolio of grantees as a member of the program team, including but not limited to AmeriCorps; ensure high-quality program and fiscal/grants management practices by collaborating with the program and finance teams to identify needs and provide responsive training and technical assistance, which may be provided during grantee meetings and orientations, via phone, or on-site as requested; In collaboration with the finance team, will oversee grantee contracting, budget negotiations, reimbursement requests, fiscal reporting, and grant closeouts; monitor grantee progress through site visits, progress reports, phone consultation, and other means; recommend corrective action for programs found to be out of compliance with state, federal, or West Virginia regulations and requirements; participate in, and may lead, the grant selection process, including providing technical assistance to applicants, recruiting and training reviewers, participating in the review process, conducting pre-award assessments, and conducting appropriate follow up activities; assist with reporting to stakeholders such as Corporation for National and Community Service, the Governor's Office, and the state legislature; identify opportunities to develop new initiatives and collaborations to support the field of service and volunteerism; track and manage data according to specific standards; collect and share best practices among grantees and nonprofits; serve as a liaison to groups and associations as the need arises; collaborate with VWV staff and partners to conduct public relations campaigns that promote service across the state. Traveling independently within West Virginia and occasionally out of state is an ongoing requirement, as such, selected candidate must possess a valid driver's license.
Preference may be given to those with AmeriCorps Grant Management experience.
How to Apply: Interested candidates must send a cover letter and resume to firstname.lastname@example.org Please include "AmeriCorps Program Officer" in the subject heading.
Volunteer West Virginia is an Employer of National Service. We welcome applications from AmeriCorps or Peace Corps Alumni or those with previous experience working in a civilian service program.
Priority will be given to those received by Friday April 6, 2018.
Agency Website: http://www.volunteerwv.org
This job opportunity is not in the classified service and is not covered under the Administrative Rule of the WV Division of Personnel. Therefore, online applications are not accepted for this position. Interested persons must apply directly to the hiring agency as indicated above.
Training: Bachelor's degree from an accredited four year college or university
Experience: Three to five years of experience in direct service, program management or development, and/or grants management
Community Service Officer (Vhr)
Description Benefits Supplemental Questions
The city is seeking qualified applicants to fill the position of Community Services Officer (VHR PROGRAM). This position will focus on Vacation Home Rental enforcement. In addition to the listed enforcement duties, this position will also be required to complete general office clerical duties, including operating a computer to generate letters, reports, and upload/download data.
- Work is performed in indoor and outdoor environments; travel to different locations, and exposure to inclement weather conditions.
Work Schedule: The shift(s) will vary and can include nights, weekends, and holidays.
Interviews/testing for this position is anticipated to take place the week of April 23rd, 2018. Subject to change.
- Selected candidates for this position will be subject to an extensive and thorough background investigation.*
Class specifications are intended to present a descriptive list of the range of duties performed by employees in the class. Specifications are not intended to reflect all duties performed within the job.
Under supervision of assigned supervisory or management staff, performs a wide variety of non-sworn police work related to enforcement of City ordinances, codes, laws, regulations and validation programs affecting the esthetic health & welfare and public peace and safety of the City of South Lake Tahoe. Areas of responsibility include on-street and off-street parking including interpretation and enforcement of protocols related to parking enforcement; vacation home rentals, nuisance abatement, abandoned vehicle abatement and other public service areas; administrative, clerical and paraprofessional non-sworn police work involving the processing and maintenance of departmental reports, records and files; greets and responds to citizens' requests at the department's reception counter; and performs a variety of traffic control, and other duties not requiring Peace Officer status.
Community Services Officer is a journey level position assigned a full range of enforcement duties with minimal assistance or direction; work independently and exercise sound judgment in the application of policies and procedures related to issuing notice of violations to code enforcement and citations, towing, traffic control, and recordkeeping responsibilities related to parking and code enforcement. Incumbent is expected to become increasingly knowledgeable of state and city laws, ordinances, procedures and practices pertaining to code enforcement, vehicles, and parking enforcement. Performs technical and paraprofessional non-sworn duties in support of Police Department operations.
Examples of Duties:The following duties are typical for this classification. Incumbents may not perform all of the listed duties and/or may be required to perform additional or different duties from those set forth below to address business needs and changing business practices.
Performs a variety of record keeping, filing, indexing and other general clerical work.
Take photos of identified violations and submit Notice of Violation
Directs removal of parked vehicles that pose a hazard.
May provide traffic control.
Learns to take statements, prepares criminal and traffic reports and makes court appearances as required.
Assists in snow removal activities including traffic control.
Assists the general public at the counter by accepting fees for a variety of items, such as vehicle impound releases, booking fees and processing receipts and explaining police procedures.
Operates a computer data entry terminal.
May assist in training new employees in the processing of records, as required.
Performs parking enforcement, follows up on abandoned vehicles or assists in traffic control at vehicle accident scenes.
Responds to traffic accident scenes, assists with traffic control and with name exchanges.
Transports evidence to designated crime labs for analysis, as necessary; delivers court documents and serves subpoenas as assigned.
Patrols assigned areas (both walking and motorized patrol), identify parking and code violations and issue overtime parking citations.
May perform other non-criminal enforcement activities, such as enforcing City Code and zoning enforcement activities.
Assists at public counter in taking fingerprints and/or taking reports of crimes.
Issues administrative citations.
Collects meter funds
Performs related duties as required.
The following generally describes the knowledge and ability required to enter the job and/or be learned within a short period of time in order to successfully perform the assigned duties.
Office methods and procedures, telephone and receptionist techniques.
Correct English usage, spelling, punctuation and grammar.
Public records acts and penal code sections.
Criteria that determines an emergency or non-emergency situation.
Computerized records system.
Geographic features and streets of South Lake Tahoe.
Positive telephone technique.
Principles of customer service, including conflict resolution principles
Techniques for interacting effectively with a variety of individuals from various socio-economic, cultural and ethnic backgrounds.
Know and understand all aspects of police operations.
Intermittently analyze work papers, reports and special projects.
Remember accounts given by witnesses.
Identify crime suspects.
Interpret and apply the operational procedures and the law to field situations.
Observe while in the field and problem solve field situations.
Explain law to the public.
Understand and follow both oral and written instructions.
Speak clearly and precisely.
Work under pressure, exercise good judgment and make sound decisions in emergency situations.
Work irregular hours and shift work, as necessary.
Effectively communicate with and elicit information from upset and irate citizens.
Operate the computerized records system.
Exercise independent judgment and work with a minimum of supervision.
Enforce the laws, regulations and ordinances governing parking in a tactful, firm and impartial manner.
Operate a motor vehicle safely.
Work independently in carrying out assigned duties in a variety of weather conditions.
Operate office equipment quickly, accurately, and, at times, concurrently.
Communicate clearly and concisely, both orally and in writing.
Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of work.
Education and Experience Guidelines - Any combination of education and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge and abilities is qualifying. A typical way to obtain the knowledge and abilities would be:
Community Services Officer
Equivalent to the completion of the twelfth grade.
One year experience in a position with substantial public contact, police clerical positions, or a related field.
License or Certificate:
Possession of a California or Nevada driver's license.
Supplemental Information:The conditions herein are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential job functions.
Environment: Work is performed primarily in an office and field environment; travel to different sites; exposure to inclement weather conditions; exposure to irate and abusive individuals; exposure to mechanical hazards and to hazardous traffic conditions; limited exposure to hazardous materials; work and/or walk on various types of surfaces including slippery or uneven surfaces and rough terrain.
Physical: Primary functions require sufficient physical ability and mobility to work in an office and field setting; to walk or sit for prolonged periods of time; to lift, carry, push, and/or pull light to moderate amounts of weight; to operate office equipment requiring repetitive hand movement and fine coordination including use of a computer keyboard; to operate assigned equipment and vehicle; and to verbally communicate to exchange information.
Vision: See in the normal visual range with or without correction.
Hearing: Hear in the normal audio range with or without correction.
FLSA Designation: Non-Exempt
Community Service Specialist - Parking Officer
CSU Job Listing Details
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Job ID: MB2017-ME2381
Community Service Specialist - Parking Officer
November 28, 2017
Open until filled
Link to Apply Online:
Campus Employment Homepage:
Under the general supervision of a Parking Services Manager, and daily oversight by the Parking Supervisor (Community Services Specialist II), the Community Service Specialist will provide a variety of parking and public safety support duties which will include enforcement of campus parking rules and regulations and assisting law enforcement personnel. The Community Service Specialist must be able to work shift work including evenings and weekends, and occasional overtime.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include, but are not limited to, the following:
1.Issues parking citations and parking warnings for violations of campus and state parking regulations.
2.Maintains and performs minor service on parking dispensers and meters, collects money from dispensers and meters.
3.Directs traffic for special events, public safety emergencies, or as requested.
4.Patrols campus on foot and by vehicle. Oversees the removal of parked vehicles pursuant to Division 11, Chapter 10. Article 1 of the California Vehicle Code.
5.Provides animal control services.
6.Enforces university bicycle regulations including storage and release of bicycles. Provides vehicle jump-start services.
1.Provides customer service in the Parking Services office including helping customers at the front counter, responding to telephone and oral requests for information and service, assists with Live Scan processing, and operating the cash register.
2.Patrols the campus to detect hazards such as fire, theft, vandalism, trespassing and other crimes. Checks, opens and secures campus facilities.
Tests campus alarm systems and emergency phone systems. Provides safety escorts to members of the campus community.
3.Participates in emergency preparedness and other safety programs as assigned.
4.Participates in community relations and crime prevention activities. Assists with property and evidence control.
5.Performs other job-related duties and special projects as assigned.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
Working knowledge of: applicable procedures and regulations related to campus security, public safety, and parking; alarm and radio systems; and/or the ability to learn how to use applicable parking-related equipment and automated systems. Knowledge of and the ability to learn how to use the applicable public safety related equipment and systems are essential.
Ability to: detect and respond appropriately to potential hazardous or crime situations; observe and recall details and incidents; act and resolve parking and traffic problems; write standard incident reports in a clear and concise manner; to interact effectively with a wide range of individuals including the campus community, general public and law enforcement personnel; and handle sensitive situations with tact and confidentiality.
Entry to the first level within this classification requires high school level reading and writing abilities and possession of a California Driver's License. The nature of the duties may also require successful completion of a background check, physical and psychological exam and/or the ability to attend Police Officers Standards & Training (P.O.S.T.) programs related to public safety support and dispatch activities. Knowledge of and the ability to learn how to use the applicable public safety related equipment and systems are essential.
High school diploma or equivalent and three to six months related experience would normally achieve these entry qualifications.
SPECIALIZED SKILLS REQUIRED:
Must be able to successfully pass a fingerprint/background check. Must possess and maintain a valid California driver license and pass the Defensive Driver Training Class to operate State vehicles.
Must participate in all required physicals and examinations. Must be eligible to be bonded and be able to obtain certification for authorization to access the California Law Enforcement Telecommunications System obtained via training in the University Police Department. Proficient in the use of personal computers. Demonstrated ability to address the essential functions associated with this position including the knowledge and abilities identified above.
Working knowledge of applicable procedures and regulations related to parking and traffic control, public safety operations, and emergency preparedness. Knowledge of campus layout and parking facilities.
Two or more years of experience in an adversarial environment related to a public service, such as parking operations or law enforcement, which provided the ability to deal calmly with angry, confused, and/or confrontational customers. Technical fluency with Microsoft Office Suite, Internet browsers, and Google email and calendaring programs.
SPECIAL CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT & POSITION DESIGNATIONS:
A background check (including a criminal records check) must be completed satisfactorily before any candidate can be offered a position with CSUMB. Failure to satisfactorily complete the background check may affect the application status of applicants or continued employment of current employees who apply for this position.
The person holding this position is considered a "mandated reporter" under the California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act and is required to comply with the requirements set forth in CSU Executive Order 1083 as a condition of employment.
This position will have a duty to report to the Campus Title IX Officer information pertaining to victims of sex discrimination, sexual harassment, sexual misconduct, dating/domestic violence, and stalking as required by CSU Executive Order 1095.
This position has been designated as a sensitive position with access to and responsibility for detailed personally identifiable Level 1 confidential information about students, faculty, staff or alumni that is protected, personal or sensitive as defined in the CSU Information Security Data Classification Standards).
This position is required to comply with confidentiality requirements outlined in the Department of Education's Family Educational Rights and Privacy and California's Educational Code Chapter 13 regarding sensitive student issues.
Must possess and maintain a valid license to drive in the State of California, pass the Defensive Training Class, and be insurable under the University's liability coverage.
Must be able to work shift work including evenings and weekends, and occasional overtime; shift may be rotated per department needs.
Required to work indoors and outdoors year-round, including inclement weather. Also includes a typical office environment with standard equipment, including a cash register, and tasks. Requires travel on campus and off-campus locations.
Anticipated hiring salary in the mid $3,000's/month. For salary range info see:
CSU Salary Schedule. CSUMB offers an attractive employee benefits package, CSU Benefits R07. The University Corporation at CSU Monterey Bay also provides access to affordable campus housing, Employee Housing.
TENTATIVE RECRUITMENT TIMELINE:
Week of December 18 Committee Interviews
For full consideration, submit the required documents by 5:00 p.m. on the priority screen date listed above. For assistance or if you require an accommodation, please call (831) 582-3389. For computer/online access you may visit the Tanimura and Antle Family Memorial Library (map).
CSU Monterey Bay is an Affirmative Action/Equal Opportunity Employer. We consider qualified applicants for employment without regard to: Age, Disability, Race or Ethnicity, Gender, Gender Identity or Expression, Nationality, Religion, Sexual Orientation, Genetic Information, Veteran or Military Status.
All employees must be eligible for employment in the U.S.
Community Service Officer I
ABOUT THE DEPARTMENT
The USC Department of Public Safety (DPS) is one of the largest campus public safety departments in the United States employing 300+ full-time personnel and 30 part-time student workers. The department's primary mission is to provide a safe and secure environment on campus and in the local USC community that allows students, faculty, staff and campus visitors to realize their academic and social pursuits. We seek the best and brightest, individuals who have the aptitude and sense of commitment, those who want to help their community. If you're ready for an enriching career, one with meaning and challenge, then the USC Department of Public Safety is for you. Within this work, you can find significant achievement, satisfaction and reward.
We are seeking a Community Service Officer I to join our dynamic team. In this important role, you will support the general safety of the university community by performing assigned patrol duties. You will secure the interior and exterior openings of facilities, monitor electronic door access and closed circuit television systems, assist with investigations, and perform perimeter and parking lot security functions. This is an unarmed position working under direct supervision of a Community Service Officer II or a Sergeant.
Patrols an assigned area. Performs prescribed security checks of buildings, offices, and grounds to prevent loss of university assets. Observes and reports suspicious activity or persons, and security and/or safety hazards. Conducts investigations of losses in accordance with procedures and directions.
Opens and/or secures building and rooms according to procedures or as directed. Operates and/or monitors electronic door access, closed circuit television systems, and other security related devices. Dispatches or coordinates responses to situations as a result of observations made on CCTV and electronic door access. Assists with access at locations with malfunctioning electronic door access systems.
Maintains logs and records required to indicate duty times, occurrences, actions taken, observations made, and other relevant information. Prepares and submits reports as required.
Implements department procedures governing apprehensions, interrogations, and disposition of cases.
Assists with parking control and vehicle/pedestrian security. Directs traffic and gives directions.
Assists in maintaining perimeter and crowd control in areas of crimes, emergencies, and special activities.
Escorts university and hospital employees, students, and/or hospital patients between facilities and their vehicles.
Assists in crime prevention and public information programs.
Implements and enforces OSHA, CAL-OSHA, and university policies relating to safety, health, and fire prevention.
Serves as a Campus Security Authority (CSA) and mandatory reporter under the Clery Act based on university responsibilities. Has responsibility and is required to receive reports of crimes or criminal incidents from victims of crimes and/or third parties; notifies Department of Public Safety immediately of any reported serious crime or criminal incidents that indicates the presence of an ongoing threat to the university community; and notifies the Clery Compliance Coordinator in the Department of Public Safety.
Must be able to report for work in case of emergencies. Must be able to work varied days and shifts: 8 or 10 hours per day, 40 hours per week.
The following are the steps that you will have to go through during the selection process.
Online application – Must upload current resume. An application, resume and cover letter is required and must be submitted online. Those applicants who are assessed as meeting the position qualifications and desired background experience for successful performance in the position will be invited to continue in the selection process.
Written Examination – This test consists of questions on basic reading comprehension and customer service.
Interviews – The interviews will be conducted to assess your knowledge, education, experience, and general ability to successfully perform in the position.
Psychological Evaluation – The psychological evaluation consists of an individual oral interview and evaluation by a licensed psychologist on factors related to successful performance in the job.
Medical Exam – The medical exam consists of a job related pre-placement physical exam which includes a drug test, TB skin test, hearing and vision testing.
Background Screening – The background screening is conducted by HireRight, a third-party administrator and will include criminal background check, SSN Trace, Motor Vehicle Record, National Sex Offender Registry, employment verification, Education and Military Service.
Minimum Education: High school or equivalent
Minimum Experience: 0 - 6 months
Minimum Field of Expertise: Must possess a valid California Class C driver's license and a valid State of California Department of Consumer Affairs Guard Card.
USC is an equal opportunity, affirmative action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, protected veteran status, disability, or any other characteristic protected by law or USC policy. USC will consider for employment all qualified applicants with criminal histories in a manner consistent with the requirements of the Los Angeles Fair Chance Initiative for Hiring ordinance. We provide reasonable accommodations to applicants and employees with disabilities. Applicants with questions about access or requiring a reasonable accommodation for any part of the application or hiring process should contact USC Human Resources by phone at (213) 821-8100, or by email at email@example.com. Inquiries will be treated as confidential to the extent permitted by law.
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Community Service Officer
Following a review of all applications, the most qualified candidates will be selected to participate in the hiring process. Applicants must complete background paperwork and have a successful interview in order to be placed on the eligible for hire list (i.e. eligibility list). Interviews will be held three times a year.
The eligibility list is valid for up to six (6) months. While the department may not have any current openings, applications will continue to be reviewed in order to maintain the eligibility list. Those on the eligibility list will be considered for future openings.
Promote lawful behavior and protect the welfare of students, faculty and staff as a uniformed presence on campus. Perform foot and vehicle patrols of the campus to monitor behavior, secure buildings and property, investigate disturbances, maintain order during events and enforce regulations.
Monitor the physical safety of campus buildings by locking and unlocking doors, patrolling or monitoring using surveillance systems, and reporting suspicious behavior. Handle minor calls for assistance as assigned or until commissioned personnel are available. Provide security as necessary for University related special events.
Availability for work must be conducive to our responsibility for 24 hour coverage. This includes but is not limited to the ability to work overnight shifts, weekends, holidays, mandatory overtime, and special events.
Shifts are primarily overnight, but certain events will call for some daytime hours. Compensation includes shift differential, when applicable.
The University of Nebraska-Lincoln seeks to attract and retain a high performing and diverse workforce in which employees’ differences are respected and valued to better meet the varying needs of the diverse populations we serve. The university fosters a diverse and inclusive work environment that promotes collaboration so that all individuals are able to participate and contribute to their full potential.
As an EO/AA employer, qualified applicants are considered for employment without regard to race, color, ethnicity, national origin, sex, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender identity, religion, disability, age, genetic information, veteran status, marital status, and/or political affiliation. See: http://www.unl.edu/equity/notice-nondiscrimination.
Community Service Officer
GENERAL SCOPE OF POSITION:
Under the direction of the Sergeant, Public Safety Community Service Officer's (CSO’s) primary responsibility is to write parking citations on USF property. They are also required to report any observed violations of University rules, regulations and/or criminal activities to the Public Safety Dispatcher.
Public Safety Employees patrol campus 24 hours a day on foot, in marked vehicles, on mountain bikes, on motorcycles and on Segways. An on-campus radio communication system links the Patrol Officers, Reserve Officers, and Community Service Officers with the Department’s dispatch center.
The Department of Public Safety provides a variety of law enforcement and related services as well as ongoing programs in disaster, crime and fire prevention on and around the 55-acre hilltop campus.
Community Service Officer
I. JOB SUMMARY
The purpose of this position is to perform a variety of functions related to the processing and supervision of inmates. Other duties include training new employees, providing aid to the public and outside agencies, maintaining jail facility, completing necessary paperwork, maintaining inventory of jail supplies and equipment, providing assistance to other departments, as needed, and other duties as required.
II. EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
Work requires knowledge necessary to understand basic operational, technical, or office processes. Level of knowledge equivalent to four years of high school or equivalency.
No experience required.
III. EMPLOYMENT REQUIREMENTS
Applicant will be subject to a complete background investigation. Incomplete, inaccurate and/or failure to report information will cause the applicant rejection from consideration.
Applicant must take and pass a pre-employment drug test administered by the City of Edinburg at the City's expense.
Must have a current valid class "C" driver's license from the Texas Department of Public Safety with a satisfactory driving record.
Bilingual English/Spanish Preferred.
IV. SKILL ABILITY REQUIREMENTS
Requires a working knowledge of computers, police, and jail procedures; and the operation of camera equipment
Communications and public relations skills.
Work requires the use of standard technical skills appropriate to the work environment of the organization.
Basic computer and typing skills.
Basic mathematics skills.
V. ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
Note: This information is intended to be descriptive of the key responsibilities of the position. The list of essential functions below does not identify all duties performed by any single incumbent in this position.
Supervise and interact with inmates; ensure safety and health of inmates; complete cell checks; provide medication and aid when needed; observe and record mental state of inmates; provide inmate transport to court, interview rooms, and other agencies; process prisoners by taking their fingerprints, mug shot, tattoo pictures, gang relations, etc.; inventory, maintain, secure and return prisoner's property; escort prisoners; assign and monitor cell conditions.
Complete administrative work; communicate and respond to the queries of the public and outside agencies; provide effective customer service; complete all necessary forms, logs, and required reports; perform data entry for the recording of information; submit work orders and purchase orders; organize files and documents; collect official information; transfer necessary documents to other agencies.
Inventory jail supplies and inmate property, medication, and legal/personal forms; oversee the inventory of equipment, evidence, and lost and found items.
Oversees the maintenance and cleanliness of the jail facility; assist in the implementation of safety procedures; provide janitorial services; appear in court when subpoenaed; serve as a witness; assist other departments within the agency, as well as outside agencies; ensure equipment is in working order.
General office and safety equipment/materials to include but not limited to the following:
2- Way Radio
VII. WORK CONDITIONS
Frequent exposure to unpleasant environmental conditions and/or hazards. Majority of work performed outside or with exposure to risk.
VIII. PHYSICAL DEMANDS
The job may have some hazards on occasion. The individual must be physically able to restrain a person on occasion. May be required to pass a physical examination and agility test. Push, pull, lift and carry weight equivalent to 200 lbs.
Community Service Officer
This is responsible Para-professional work in municipal law enforcement. An employee occupying a position allocated to this class is responsible for the performance of a variety of field and office activities relating to the routine, non-violent aspects of law enforcement. This class of position differs from that of a Police Officer in that the incumbent does not possess arrest powers, is not authorized to carry a firearm or impact weapon, and does not enforce criminal laws, respond to emergency calls or calls where the potential for confrontation exists. The duties contained in this job description may require shift work, weekends and holidays. Work assignments are given orally and in writing, and work is performed under close, immediate supervision.
Investigates or assists in the investigation of motor vehicle accidents. May issue traffic citations based on these investigations.
May direct traffic and issue parking citations.
Responds to routine or minor late reported offenses. Investigates those incidents and writes clear and articulate police reports regarding those investigations.
Performs desk and in-house assignments.
Prepares lost or found property reports.
Assists in compiling and tabulating records, reports, and special studies.
Assists residents and visitors in locating appropriate social service agencies.
Assist at minor crime scenes (assigned by a Supervisor only).
Delivers emergency messages and other materials as required.
Prepares and delivers presentations to schools, homeowners, and civic organizations on a variety of topics ranging from crime prevention to home security.
Attends Court on/off duty, which will be compensated per contract.
Must effectively and positively represent the City in delivering and performing work with colleagues and clients, irrespective of gender, race, religion, age, disability, political affiliation or belief, or sexual orientation.
Must establish and maintain effective and professional relationships with work colleagues, supervisors and managers.
Performs related work as required for this position description only.
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential function satisfactorily. The requirements listed below are representative of the knowledge, skill and/or ability required. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
High School diploma or GED equivalent, plus two (2) years of experience in a related field.
Associate's degree, plus four (4) years of experience in a related field.
Additional education and experience or an equivalent combination of training and experience may be substituted for the above requirements.
CERTIFICATES, LICENSES, REGISTRATIONS:
Valid Driver's License: With proof of automobile insurance
Background Check: Must have an acceptable background record
Driving Abstract: Must have an acceptable driving record
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, ABILITIES:
Ability to complete PSA Training (to include Accident / Parking Enforcement Training).
Knowledge of Department Regulations, City Ordinances, State Statutes and Federal Laws, or the ability to rapidly acquire such knowledge in a reasonable period of time.
Ability to establish effective working relationships with superiors, City Officials, Law Enforcement personnel and the general public.
Ability to respond to and investigate major vehicle accidents and other related activities and incidents.
Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing.
Skill in preparing and maintaining complete and accurate reports.
Skill in making group presentations.
Ability to establish and maintain effective and professional relationships with work colleagues, supervisors, managers and the public.
APPLICANTS MUST SUBMIT
1.Applicants interested in this position mustattach their CJBAT or FBAT (Law enforcementdiscipline)scores as well as Tests of Adult Basic Education (TABE) results to their on-line application prior to submitting it for review.
Applicants must receive a passing gradeon theCJBAT or FBAT. Applicants must receive a score of 10 or better in all skills categories (Reading, Mathematics, and Language) on the Tests of Adult Basic Education (TABE). These tests and scores are a requirement andmust be submitted in order to receive further consideration.
2.Police Personal History Statement - Non-Sworn Personnel (PHS)Booklet (27-Pages). This booklet can be downloaded byclicking the following link: http://www.hollywoodfl.org/DocumentCenter/View/4895
The Personal History Statement booklet must be completed in legible handwriting. Once thePHS is completed and notarized, applicant must scan and upload,as one(1) complete .pdf file(MAX FILE SIZE ~ 10MB),the PHS followed by all applicable documents (as well as your CJBAT/FBAT and TABE results) in list order on page 2 from the PHSto the online application before submitting it. (Submitted Online ONLY - We are no longer accepting hardcopy PHSbooklets)
3.City of Hollywood Employment Application (Online Application ONLY)
Candidates must present test documentation from the Criminal Justice Testing Center at Broward Community College Institute of Public Safety or any other state-wide acceptable testing institution indicating their passing score of each component with their application.See information below from the Criminal Justice Institute.
BROWARDCOLLEGE CRIMINAL JUSTICE TESTING CENTER
AT THE INSTITUTE OF PUBLIC SAFETY
3501 Davie Road, Building 21
Davie, Florida 33314
Testing Center Telephone Numbers and Hours of Operation
Information Desk 954- 201-6931 M-F8:00 AM – 4:00 PM
Registration Desk954-201-6790T-F 8:15 AM – 3:00 PM
Click on the link below for the Testing Center Information Guide
Required Education and Background Information: Look over the announcement carefully to determine your eligibility. Please note minimum education and experience requirements. Closed competitive positions are open only to employees while open competitive positions are open to anyone who meets the minimum qualifications for the position. Evidence of GED test score is required if submitted for high school diploma. Applicants are responsible for clearly documenting work experience and/or providing all relevant information at the time of application. Additional information will not be accepted after the announcement closing date
Examination: Depending on the number of applicants and the quality of their education and experience, the examination may consist of one or more of the following tests: written examination, performance examination, education and experience evaluation, oral examination and/or other job related examinations.
You will be notified of the time and place of your examination when you file or later by mail. A passing grade is required on each part of the process. Repeated participation in any examination for which the same test is used is limited to once every 6 months. Your examination results will be sent by email as soon as possible after the grading is completed.
Final passing grades are used to determine a candidate's position on the eligibility list of successful candidates. Departments fill vacancies from this list. The top three names are considered for each vacancy unless otherwise modified. Those not appointed are returned to the eligibility list for further consideration in accordance with the Civil Service Ordinance. Your name will remain on a register for one year for open competitive examinations and two years for closed competitive except where labor contract conflicts.
Your name may be removed from an eligibility list prior to one year according to Hollywood's Civil Service Ordinance or labor contracts. Your eligibility may be cancelled if you refuse a position or if you are not available for work. You are responsible for notifying the Employment Office, in writing, of any change in your address or telephone number.
Special Accommodation and Communication Needs: The City of Hollywood provides necessary reasonable accommodation in the examination process upon request to persons with disabilities. Such requests must be made PRIOR to any scheduled examination.
Veteran's Preference:An eligible veteran who enters an open-competitive examination shall receive preference points added to the total passing score earned in the examination as provided for in the Florida Statutes. To obtain veteran's preference, candidates MUST submit a copy of separation papers (DD214) and meet eligibility requirements as stipulated by the Florida Statues.
All successful applicants will be required to pass an extensive background which may include criminal history searches, driving history checks, credit report, courthouse searches, education verification, employment verification, professional license verification, or other search methods as deemed necessary for the position. In addition, the applicant will be required to undergo a medical examination, which may include a drug screening, prior to appointment.
Employment of Relatives:The City of Hollywood has an Ordinance which regulates the employment of relatives of City employees. Effective January 28, 2008, a relative may only be hired under the following additional conditions:
The relative must have competed in an appropriate examination process as determined by Human Resources and be placed on a civil service eligibility list;
The relative must be among the top three ranked candidates available on the certified eligibility list unless expanded by the Civil Service Board;
The Department or Office Director and the Director, Human Resources must demonstrate that it is in the best interests of the City of Hollywood to hire the relative of a public officer or employee.
As of 12/15/2005 the City will require all newly hired employees to sign an affidavit affirming non-usage of tobacco or tobacco products within the last yearpriorto submission of application and will continue to be a non-user of tobacco products throughout employment with the City of Hollywood.
REASONABLE ACCOMMODATION: The Employment Office will make reasonable efforts in the examination and workplace to accommodate persons with disabilities. Please advise Human Resources of special needs by calling (954) 921-3216.
The City of Hollywood is an Equal Opportunity / Equal Access Employer.
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