Fire Investigation Lieutenant Job Description Sample
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This recruitment will establish an employment list to fill current and future vacancies. The anticipated life of the list is six months. These positions will work a 56-hour week, with shift schedule of 48 hours on/96 hours off, or 2,912 hours annually
Typical Duties:Drive and operate assigned fire engines and other equipment in responding to fire and other emergency calls; engage in medical aid, fire fighting, and prevention activities. This class performs the full range of entry level company officer duties, is responsible for shift supervision, and in the absence of the Fire Captain assumes supervision and responsibility of the station.
Incumbents participate in fire prevention, suppression, and rescue activities of the department. Operate pumps, ladders, and other mechanical equipment as required; perform tactical incident management and direct the activities of fire fighters until relieved by a senior officer; assist in maintaining fire apparatus and equipment, fire station and grounds; provide training, supervision and direction to staff including fire apparatus engineers and extra help fire fighters; keep records and prepare reports; educate the public in fire prevention and life safety methods; assist in conducting residential and commercial inspections to discover and eliminate potential hazards; and investigate fire scenes and origin of fires.
Employment Standards:Education/Experience – Equivalent to completion of twelfth grade AND two years of full time fire suppression and prevention experience, including one year at the driver/operator level OR three years (3) seasonal experience with a local, state, tribal or federal agency may be counted as full-time experience. Seasonal experience is defined as a minimum of five months of continuous employment (Stipend, Paid on Call, Extra Help or Volunteer time will not be counted as full-time experience from agencies other than Tulare County Fire Department) OR Two years as a Tulare County Fire Department Extra Help Fire Engineer.
- Fire prevention and suppression methods, including use of the Incident Command System; operation, use and maintenance of fire fighting apparatus and equipment; basic principles of fire prevention including building construction, fire safety inspections, and fire department pre-plans; mechanical principles involved in operating fire apparatus and allied equipment; First aid and CPR techniques.
- Plan, direct, and organize fire suppression and support activities during emergencies; effectively apply fire suppression and prevention methods and techniques; operate and maintain fire fighting, rescue and emergency medical equipment, tools, and supplies; follow oral and written instructions, react quickly in emergencies, and display sound judgment in making decisions; analyze situations accurately and adopt an effective course of action; direct activities of fire fighters; understand and carry out oral and written instructions; establish and maintain effective working relationships with the public, staff, and others; make effective decisions and solve problems; prepare clear and concise reports and records using personal computers; operate radio communication equipment.
- Possession of an Emergency Medical Technician I certificate; Professional Rescuer CPR/AED certificate; valid California Class A or B commercial or Class C driver's license with Firefighter Endorsement; Hazardous Materials First Responder Operations Title 8 CCR Compliant certificate; Incident Command System ICS 300 certificate; IS 700 certificate; State Fire Marshal Firefighter I Certificate.
Possession of a valid Candidate Physical Ability (CPAT) Certificate at time of first interview. In addition, the CPAT certification must have been issued within 12 months at time of first interview. For information on how to obtain a CPAT Card of Completion, visit www.cpatonline.org or call 1-877-648-CPAT.
Additional Information:DESIRABLE EMPLOYMENT STANDARDS
Education: Associates Degree or higher in Fire Technology or Public Administration
License or Certificate: Possession of Fire Fighter II; Rescue Systems 1; Rescue Systems 2; Low Angle Rescue Operations certification; Confined Space Rescue Awareness; RIC Operations; Fire Fighter Survival; coursework for completion of Company/Fire Officer Certification; Possession of SFT Fire Instructor; SFT Fire Inspector I; SFT Fire Investigator I; SFT Driver Operator 1A; SFT Driver Operator 1B.
SELECTION PROCESS- Will consist of a Written exam, and Oral interviews.
Written exam sourcebooks: IFSTA Firefighting Essentials, 5th Edition; IFSTA Company Officer, 3rd Edition; IFSTA Pumping Apparatus, 2nd Edition.
Available at: Cal Chiefs Bookstore www.calchiefs.org 800-342-2034; Firefighters Bookstore www.firebooks.com 800-727-3327; IFSTA/Fire Prot. Publications www.ifsta.org 800-654-4055.
Submission of Certificates: You will be required to provide copies of certificate(s) before the filing deadline.
You may mail :Tulare County Human Resource, Attn: Fire Lt Recruitment, 2500 West Burrel, Visalia, CA 93291; FAX- (559)730-2616; or drop off the copies of the certifications to Human Resources & Development. Failure to submit certificates timely may cause you to be disqualified.
Fire Training School Instructor - Lieutenant (Detroit Fire Department)
Under general supervision, assists in the training of fire fighting methods and techniques; instructs departmental personnel in the driving, method and operation, care and maintenance of motor driven fire apparatus.
Examples of Duties
Assists in the training of the fire fighting force by conducting basic training classes in the proper application of fire fighting techniques.
Conducts in-service company training courses.
Presents information in a classroom setting on various fire fighting procedures.
Instructs selected departmental personnel in proper driving techniques, methods of operation, including the care and maintenance of motor driven fire apparatus.
Observes the application of proper driving techniques and certifies as to qualifications to drive fire apparatus.
Explains safety practices.
Demonstrates the use of equipment and procedures.
Directs and observes practice performances and makes corrections.
Oversees general drills and fire fighting problems.
Sets up and operates audio-visual equipment and other aids as required.
Makes recommendations and assists in the revision of training materials.
Maintains records of activities and prepares reports.
High School Diploma or GED.
Five (5) years of experience in the Fire Fighting Division
A total of eight (8) years of experience in the Fire Department
LICENSE, CERTIFICATION AND OTHER SPECIAL REQUIREMENTS:
Valid State of Michigan Operator License and Class 2 Endorsement required.
Michigan Fire Fighters Training Council Instructor I Certification shall be required as a condition to remain in this classification.
Michigan Fire Fighters Training Council Fire Officer I & II Certification shall be required within 12 months of the completion of the initial 6 month probationary period.
SUBJECTS & WEIGHTS
- Computerized Exam: 70%
- Oral Appraisals: 30%
- Evaluation of TEP: QL: Pass / Fail O/C: 15%
Principles of learning and methods of teaching.
Modern fire fighting methods.
The operation of fire apparatus and rules and regulations pertaining thereof.
Recordkeeping software such as Firehouse and FireRescue 1.
The operation and maintenance of fire apparatus.
Use of Microsoft Office (e.g. Word, Excel, Powerpoint) and other related software.
Physical and mechanical dexterity.
Oral and written communication.
Drill and instruct fire fighting personnel in efficient fire fighting methods.
Complete all job performance requirements from the following Professional Standards within 1 year of permanent staus:
Michigan Fire Fighting Training Council Instructor Orientation
NFPA 1001, Standard for Fire Fighter Professional Qualifications
NFPA 1021, Standard for Fire Officer Professional Qualificaitons
NFPA 1041, Standard for Fire Service Instructor Professional Qualifications
Michigan Fire Fighting Training Council Certification
Hazardous Materials Awareness A & O Certification
Demonstrate initiative and resourcefulness in handling unusual problems of instruction.Operate Emergency Response Apparatus.Courteously interact with departmental personnel and others.
THIS RECRUITMENT IS OPEN TO
ACTIVE DETROIT FIRE DEPARTMENT EMPLOYEES ONLY
PLEASE ATTACH AN UPDATED RESUME AND ANY CERTIFICATIONS
WITH YOUR APPLICATION
INCOMPLETE APPLICATIONS WILL NOT BE CONSIDERED
A review of the applicant's attendance records and work performance will be considered in the promotional process.
Persons applying must meet the position qualifications, including licensing and certifications.
Completion of an evaluation process is required.
If you have previously applied for this position, you must re-apply to be considered for this vacancy.
The above statements describe the general nature and level of work performed by employees assigned to the class. Incumbents may be required to perform job-related responsibilities and tasks other than those stated in this specification. Specific job duties may vary from position to position.
Industrial Fire Fighter Lieutenant - Burns Harbor, IN
Allied Universal provides unparalleled service, systems and solutions to the people and business of our communities, and is North America's leading security services provider. Allied Universal, North America's leading security services provider, is experiencing tremendous growth. For all full-time positions, we offer medical, dental, vision, flex spending, 401K, an anniversary bonus, and an on-the-spot recognition program. We promote from within our company! You can start with little, to no, security experience and become one of Allied Universal's many success stories.
Apply to join the LARGEST SECURITY COMPANY in the United States!
Allied Universal is currently searching for a Full Time Security Shift Lieutenant in Indiana Harbor.
The Indiana Harbor Shift Lieutenant will be provided on a 21-turn basis. The Lieutenant, in the absence of the Captain shall be responsible for the supervision of the Contractor Security and Emergency Response Officers, on a shift basis, at ArcelorMittal USA Inc. (Indiana Harbor East) and ArcelorMittal Indiana Harbor Inc. (Indiana Harbor West). The position will report directly to the Captain and will be qualified to initiate Incident Command at the scene of an emergency of any kind, (including HAZMAT), and shall act as the Incident Commander in the absence of the Captain.
Additional responsibilities of the Indiana Harbor Shift Lieutenant include, but are not limited to, the following:
The Shift Lieutenant will be responsible for the supervision of the Contractor security personnel and the plant security program consisting of personnel pass clearance and issuance; mobile and foot patrol; access control of employee and non-employee personnel and vehicles entering and exiting the plant;
Control of material being brought onto and removed from the property;
Enforcement of the Plant Employee and Non-Employee Rules and Regulations;
Enforcement of the Plant Traffic Safety Program;
Enforcement of the Homeland Security Facility Security Plan;
Investigation of vehicle accidents, property thefts, loss related incidents and other abnormal or unusual conditions;
Completion of all accident and security related reports and logs and any other reasonable related security tasks.
The Shift Lieutenant, in the absence of the Captain, will have responsibilities including but not limited to:
Contractor Emergency Response Officers on a shift basis;
Response and supervision of all hazardous material incidents as well as rescue situations involving, but not limited to, confined space incidents, aerial or high angle incidents, water related incidents, vehicle entrapment, and equipment entrapment.
Response and supervision of all fire prevention and suppression activities of whatever kind or nature relating to structures, buildings and other asserts located on the plant property.
Will be expected to acquire a working knowledge of the fire detection, suppression, and transmission systems on the plant property including system operation, system deactivation, system support activities and system restoration.
The supervision of the Emergency Response Officers in regards to the completion of various fire maintenance duties. These duties will include but not be limited to:
the pickup, refilling, servicing, delivery and required testing of plant fire extinguishers;
inspections and recharging of C02 cartridges used in Ansul fire extinguishers;
fire alarm system testing;
fire department connection inspections;
Hose reel inspections and any other reasonable fire maintenance related tasks.
Will perform other duties and assignments as deemed necessary by the Account Manager, Captain or ArcelorMittal Security Manager.
Qualified applicants for the Indiana Harbor Shift Lieutenant position will meet the minimum requirements, as described below:
High school diploma or equivalent required.
For driving positions, qualified applicants must be 21 years of age or older and have a valid driver's license for the state in which applying. All applicants must be eligible to meet our company driving standards.
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.
Intermediate computer skills to utilize innovative, wireless technology at client specific sites.
Current certification as Firefighter II ( State of Indiana),
Certification at the Hazmat Operations Level, and qualified in confined space and high angle rescue operations.
The Shift Lieutenant shall also have the verifiable training in incident command and/or the National Incident Command System (N.I.M.S.).
The Shift Lieutenant must be able to successfully pass the required screening to obtain a Transportation Worker Identification Card.
If not already certified in some aspect of emergency medical care, the Shift Lieutenant will be expected to take such training to at least the level of a First Responder.
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
Allied Universal provides unparalleled service, systems and solutions to the people and business of our communities, and is North America's leading security services provider. With over 140,000 employees, Allied Universal delivers high-quality, tailored solutions, which allows clients to focus on their core business. For more information: 866.825.5433 or www.AUS.com.
We proudly support the Veteran Jobs Mission, a group of over 200 companies that have committed to collectively hiring a total of one million military veterans.
EOE/Minorities/Females/Vet/Disability Allied Universal Services is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to hiring a diverse workforce.
Fire Investigation Technician (Part-Time)
Donan, established in 1947 and an industry leader in Forensic Engineering, Fire Investigation and additional Claims Services, has an immediate opening for an experienced part-time Fire Investigator Technician to cover our Minnepolis, MN area. This is a remote employment opportunity for a seasoned professional who wants to join a first class, rapidly growing organization.
Are you a problem solver? Have you ever taken something apart just to understand how it functions? Do you have excellent writing skills? Are you motivated when working on your own? Would you prefer working for a family owned company rather than an impersonal giant? Do you have integrity? Do you demand personal excellence from yourself? Do you want to work for an employer who is committed to employee safety? If you can honestly answer yes to all of the above questions apply today to become a part of our business family! Equal Opportunity Employer.
The Fire Investigator Technician is responsible for assisting Donan Fire Investigators with studying fire and explosion scenes during an origin of cause investigation. They will be in the presence of Donan Fire Investigators at all times and will assist with the processing fire scenes, collection of evidence, and operating Donan vehicles. They will be exposed to seasoned fire investigators as they work, providing invaluable experience for anyone interested in becoming a fire investigator. The Fire Investigation Technician will report directly to the Regional Fire Manager.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Will assist the Fire Investigator with travel demands for investigations which will include driving to and from sites as needed.
Will assist with the physical demands of fire investigation scenes as needed by Fire Investigator.
Must be consistently punctual to scheduled site visits with the assigned Donan Fire Investigator(s).
Maintain professional and comfortable rapport with close client interaction, often dealing with sensitive and confidential information.
Must be willing to work a flexible schedule during periods of peak business demand.
Will provide excellent customer service to both the companys internal and external customers.
Other duties as assigned by management on an as needed basis.
An interest in fire investigation or firsthand experience in fire investigation is highly preferred.
A minimum of two years of fire-related experience or relevant education, combinations of both will be considered.
Must be hands on and able to climb ladders, roofs, crawl in tight spaces, etc. on an as needed basis.
Meet all standards for pre-employment physical examinations.
Must be team oriented and enjoy service oriented type work.
Must have a valid drivers license with an acceptable driving record in accordance with the firms guidelines.
Must have the ability to utilize extreme discretion with sensitive and confidential information.
Must have superior customer service skills.
Must conduct business in an honest and ethical fashion at all times.
Must have the ability to work efficiently with little or no supervision.
Must be willing to travel and/or work a flexible schedule during periods of peak demand. Some overnight travel will be required on an as needed basis.
Must be willing to work from a remote office setting while traveling from project site to project site.
Must be familiar with, or be able to become familiar with, NFPA 921, ASTM 1188, ASTM 1492, ASTM E860, and ASTM E1459.
Frequently required to stand on ones feet for prolonged periods of time.
Frequently required to lift and/or move objects weighing 50-100 lbs.
Frequently required to climb onto first and second story roofs, ascend/descend ladders, stairs, scaffolding, ramps, etc.
Frequently required to balance, stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl.
Frequently required to reach with hands and arms.
Frequently required to drive a vehicle for extended periods of time.
Frequently required to use hands to finger, handle, or feel.
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Security Lieutenant (37161)
Security Lieutenant – Georgia World Congress Center Authority
Here at the Georgia World Congress Center Authority we offer fulfilling and sensational careers on a campus which includes one of the world's largest domed structures, the Georgia Dome; the fourth largest convention center in the United States, the Georgia World Congress Center; and the site of the 1996 Olympic Games, Centennial Olympic Park. Every year the GWCCA campus accommodates over one million visitors for sporting events, concerts, and conventions and entertainment events hosted in the heart of downtown Atlanta. Our mission is to promote and facilitate events and activities that generate economic benefits to the citizens of the State of Georgia and the City of Atlanta as well as enhance the quality of life for every Georgian.
The Georgia World Congress Center is currently seeking a Security Lieutenant to join our team. The Security Lieutenant shall be responsible for the implementation of security policies and procedures under the direction of the Security Manager. The Security Lieutenant shall assist the Security Manager with the overall planning, organizing, and coordination of security activities and services to events. The Security Lieutenant shall be responsible for the completion of day to day work assignments as required by the Security Manager.
Successful employees at the Georgia World Congress Center Authority embody our four core values- to be one, to be honest, to be stewards, to be dynamic – and share our vision to be the #1 convention, sports, and entertainment destination in the world.
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
Provide daily direction to all staff and ensure adequate personnel are present to carry out requisite components of events. Verify that all personnel perform their duties effectively and accurately. Demonstrate relevant proficiency in the knowledge of the premises.
Promote a professional environment demonstrating a consistent, positive customer service approach in all situations including professional demeanor, wearing required uniform and/or personal attire and obeying regulations to complement and enhance the public safety's department effectiveness.
Supervises Security Sergeants who supervise both Full Time and Part Time employees in the Security Division.
Observe and formally report any unusual incidents, tenant violations, workplace hazards and suspicious activities in a timely, accurate and legible fashion. Ensure required reports as submitted by staff are accurate and timely.
Administer personnel relation duties including staff development, hiring, scheduling, performance appraisals and documentations, terminations and all required documentation.
Counsel security employees as required.
Evaluate staff response to client, tenant or patron requests for services
Coordinate responses by civil authorities to appropriate situations. Observe and report the movement of alleged suspects and keeps authorities advised of situation until their arrival at the scene.
Coordinate with the human resources employment personnel on all new hire actions.
Provide Safety/Emergency Procedures presentation during New Employee Orientation.
Train and assist employees on (ESS) Employee Self Serve.
Contact Security compliance and review all deployment submittals, perform random background checks.
Ensure daily operations of FT/PT staff compliance.
Supervise and coordinate the uniform division of Public Safety Department
Attend event services weekly meetings and other meetings as directed by Security Manager
Perform various training and serve as a resource of continuing education for FT/PT staff
Recruitment and processing of new hires- applicant review, staffing needs, interviews
Review and maintain GWCCA Life Safety Compliance including AED, Fire Extinguisher Inspections and Access Control- ECSA Compliance
Complete administrative functions insuring reports of complete and accurate, security daily activity logs and reviewed, lost and found, key logs, radio/pager logs, and other required reports. Maintain documentation and administer required internal training by the Georgia World Congress Center Authority.
Attend Safety Committee meetings and other meetings as directed by Security Manager
Other related duties as assigned including leading assigned investigations and assuming responsibilities of Manager in their absence.
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, and ABILITIES
High degree of integrity and compliance
Thoroughness in task approach, follow-up & completion;
Crowd management skills
Ability to prioritize tasks & to manage workload using own initiative
Ability to multi-task & work under pressure with limited resources
Assess, weigh and manage risk in the face of uncertainty
Ability to work an irregular work schedule as required to perform duties and responsibilities
EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE
Must have a high school diploma or general education degree (GED);
Must have one (1) year experience in a security function.
Must have a valid Georgia driver's license.
Must be proficient in Microsoft Excel, Word, PowerPoint and Outlook.
Must have the ability to work in a complex environment with the skills to manage multiple projects and deadlines, establish priorities, set objectives, and achieve stated goals.
Must be able to demonstrate the ability to make quick, reasonable and effective decisions, particularly in emergency situations.
Bachelor's Degree in Criminal Justice or related field preferred.
Two (2) years of Supervisory experience is preferred.
Experience performing security functions for a multi-purpose facility servicing major exhibition, entertainment and/or meeting oriented events is preferred.
Police and Investigators work can be very dangerous and stressful. In addition to the obvious dangers of confrontations with criminals, police officers and investigators need to be constantly alert and ready to deal appropriately with a number of other threatening situations. Security Officers of the GWCCA are utilized in the life safety and protection systems provided to the patrons of the Authority. The Security Officers are thus required to augment and enhance the Department of Public Safety services offered by the Authority.
Uniformed officers, Investigators, and Security Officers, are usually scheduled to work 40-hour weeks. Shift work is necessary because protection must be provided around the clock. Officers frequently work weekends, holidays, and nights. Police officers, investigators and security officers are required to work at any time their services are needed and may work long hours during investigations. In most jurisdictions, on or off duty, police officers are expected to be armed and to exercise their authority whenever necessary. All positions are required to work in inclement weather conditions.
To learn more about our culture and campus, visit us at www.gwcca.org.
The Authority is an Equal Opportunity Employer, and as such does not discriminate in hiring, promotions, or on terms or conditions of employment because of race, creed, color, sex, age, national origin, ancestry, marital status, eligibility for military service, disability, or for any other illegal purpose.
About Fashion Institute of Technology:
The Fashion Institute of Technology (FIT), an internationally renowned college of art and design, business and technology, of the State University of New York, invites nominations and applications for a Lieutenant for the Department of Public Safety.
Under direct supervision of the Deputy Director of Public Safety, plans, organizes, oversees, and coordinates the daily activities of a designated operational entity of the Public Safety Department. Manages supervisory personnel and contract officers who provide personal, real property, and equipment security throughout campus, ensuring consistent and equitable enforcement of local, state, and federal laws and university regulations. Reviews and approves reports on incident and crime investigations.
Duties and Responsibilities
Manage day to day operations, direct and prioritize the work activities of all assigned personnel including Sergeants and contract officers assigned to FIT; review post assignments; oversee deployment of personnel; review all daily incident reports; and conduct incident investigations and prepare written report.
Supervise special events including the coordination with the New York Fire and Police Departments; prepare security, safety, crowd control, and emergency evacuation plans in consultation with appropriate college staff.
Participate in the planning process for major activities on campus identifying the security and safety issues for projects such as building renovation, construction, contractors or vendors performing work, etc.
Supervise and monitor time and leave usage in accordance with FIT policy; verify attendance, sick leave excuses and lateness; coordinate staffing for mobilizations; and assure that time charges are accurate and documented.
Prepare performance evaluations for review and approval by the Director, initiate disciplinary action when necessary; implement disciplinary proceedings with the approval of the Director.
Perform special assignments and duties as required.
Assist subordinates in performance of duties; reviews cases with subordinates as appropriate, and provides guidance and direction.
This is a general description and should not be construed as all-inclusive.
High School Diploma or equivalent, Associates degree in Criminal Justice or related field is preferred. A minimum of 5 years of progressively responsible law enforcement, public safety or related field experience. Completed degree(s) from an accredited institution that are above the minimum education requirement may be substituted for experience on a year for year basis. At least 3 years of supervisory experience that is directly related to the duties and responsibilities specified. Valid NYS Driver's license with a serviceable driving record. Valid NYS Security Guard license. Current NY state peace officer certification, or the ability to obtain peace officer certification within 12 months of hire preferred.
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities Required
Knowledge of hiring procedures.
Knowledge of public safety reporting and recordkeeping policies, procedures, and regulations.
Ability to interpret, adapt, and apply guidelines and procedures.
Ability to foster a cooperative work environment.
Knowledge of management principles and practices.
Strong interpersonal and communication skills and the ability to work effectively with a wide range of constituencies in a diverse community.
Employee development and performance management skills.
Knowledge and understanding of police protocols, procedures, and methodology.
Ability to supervise and train employees, to include organizing, prioritizing, and scheduling work assignments.
FLSA-exempt position, not eligible for the overtime provisions of the FLSA. Night and weekend work may be required. FIT will not entertain New York Retirement and Social Security Law (RSSL) 211 waivers for this position. Please Note: NY State residency and citizenship necessary for NY State Peace Officer certification.
Department: Public Safety
Supervisor: Deputy Director of Public Safety
Days/Hours: 35 hrs/wk; Monday-Friday*
- Schedule subject to change based on the needs of the Department
Salary: Based on experience
Satisfactory completion of a background check and verification of all educational and experience information is required. Related work experience at an urban college/university preferred.
Additional information about the Fashion Institute of Technology can be found at: www.fitnyc.edu.
To learn more about FIT's Strategic Plan go to http://www.fitnyc.edu/6646.asp
FIT is firmly committed to creating an environment that will attract and retain people of diverse racial and cultural backgrounds. By providing a learning and working environment that encourages, utilizes, respects, and appreciates the full expression of every individual?s ability, the FIT community fosters its mission and grows because of its rich, pluralistic experience. FIT is committed to prohibiting discrimination, whether based on race, national origin, gender, religion, ethnic background, age, disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or any other criterion prohibited by applicable federal, state, or local laws. FIT is committed to providing equal opportunity in employment, including the opportunity for upward mobility for all qualified individuals. Applications from minorities, women, veterans and persons with disabilities are encouraged.
In order to be considered for the position, you must submit the following documents online:
Please note that due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are unable to contact each applicant individually regarding his or her application status.
Campus Security Assistant Director, Level 3 / Lieutenant (Provisional) - Central Office/ University Public Safety
Reporting to the College Security Director at any of the CUNY colleges, with significant latitude, administers the day-to-day security and public safety operations, and implements and enforces all established safety and security policies and procedures at the college. Directs and oversees assigned staff. Interacts with faculty, staff, students and local law enforcement. Responds to all emergencies and participates in planning and staffing security and public safety functions.
Reporting to the University Security Director at the CUNY Central Office, performs duties of a CUNY-wide nature dealing with personnel, budget, and other matters affecting the University security and public safety functions. The incumbent may act on behalf of the Director in his absence when so delegated.
Manages day to day operations, directing and prioritizing the work activities of all assigned personnel including contract guards assigned to that campus. Reviews post assignments; oversees deployment of personnel; reviews all daily incident reports; and conducts incident investigations and prepares written reports.
Supervises special events including the coordination with the New York Fire and Police Departments; prepares security, safety, crowd control, and emergency evacuation plans in consultation with appropriate college staff.
Participates in the planning process for all major activities on campus identifying the security and safety issues for projects such as building renovation, construction, contractors or vendors performing work, etc.
Oversees the conduct of roll calls and inspections and may supervise the Training Officers; reviews and provides input for the preparation of daily roll call training matters; in colleges where there is no designated Training Officer, may prepare and conduct staff training.
Supervises and monitors time and leave usage in accordance with college and University policy; verifies attendance, sick leave excuses and lateness; documents attendance violations; obtains approvals before allocating overtime; coordinates staffing for mobilizations; and assures that time charges are accurate and documented.
Prepares performance evaluations for review and approval by the Director, initiates disciplinary action when necessary, implements summary disciplinary penalties within guidelines with the approval of the Director.
Oversees semi-annual complete uniform and equipment inspection and prepares applicable reports.
Researches and gathers information on new equipment, uniform items, vehicles, etc., prepares purchase requests and justifications for review and approval of the Director.
When assigned to the Central Office by University Personnel, this position will conduct peace officer background investigations and prepare appropriate reports with disposition recommendations; draft security policy statements for review by the University Security Director and circulation to the CUNY Security Directors; administer various aspects of personnel management programs on a CUNY-wide basis including statutory and discretionary employee training and development activities; assist in the analysis, review, and utilization of confidential records, including those from New York Police Department; assist in conducting college-wide or University-wide internal investigations of alleged officer misconduct or other investigations as directed by the University Security Director.
Participates in staffing and selection activities including hiring pools, examination administration, and the like.
Assists the College or University Security Director; prepares reports; compiles and maintains crime statistics; and attends meetings as needed.
When delegated, acts in the absence of the College or University Security Director, as applicable.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Assistant College Security Director
CAMPUS SPECIFIC INFORMATION
THIS POSITION IS OPEN TO CURRENT CUNY PERMANENT SERGEANTS ONLY.
CUNY Prep is an innovative college preparatory program that offers out-of-school youth an alternative pathway to college.
Founded in October 2003 as a collaboration among the New York City Department of Education, the Department of Youth and Community Development, and The City University of New York. CUNY Prep offers a full-time day program for students ages 16-18, a College Transition Academy and the College Success Network. CUNY Prep has a singular focus: college success.
Reporting to the Director of Public Safety, the Campus Security Assistant Director, Level 3 - Lieutenant is responsible for helping to ensure the safety and security of students, employees and visitors on the CUNY Prep campus.
Although subject to change based on the department's need, the selected individual's anticipated schedule will be Monday - Friday with regular days off on Saturday and Sunday.
Candidates must meet ONE of the following four sets of requirements:
A Baccalaureate degree in Criminal Justice, Police Science or a closely related field and three years of related experience, two years of which must involve responsible administrative or supervisory experience. In addition to progressively responsible security experience in a College or University setting, examples of related experience are: equivalent military or law enforcement experience; equivalent security force service; or equivalent business/industrial experience; OR
A baccalaureate degree and four years of related experience as described in #1 above, two years of which must involve responsible administrative or supervisory experience; OR
An Associate's degree or 60 credits and five years of related experience as described in #1 above, two years of which must involve responsible administrative or supervisory experience; OR
A high school diploma or G.E.D. three years of experience as a Campus Public Safety Sergeant (formerly Campus Peace Officer Level 3) and four additional years of related experience as described in #1 above.
A valid, current New York State driver's license, New York State residency, and United States citizenship are required of all candidates.
Appointment is subject to a satisfactory background investigation, which may include but is not limited to criminal history review, drug tests, credit checks, driving record review, work history verification and reference checks. Incumbents in this title are subject to random drug testing as well as re-fingerprinting and reinvestigation every five years.
Within one year of appointment to this title, or sooner based on availability and satisfactory completion of mandated University training, persons appointed to this title must qualify for and obtain Peace Officer status in accordance with requirements of the New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services, Bureau of Municipal Police Standards. At the discretion of the College President, persons appointed to this title must, within one year of appointment to this title, receive New York State Division of Criminal Justice Services certified firearms training in accordance with New York Penal Law, Article 35.
Experience investigating alleged violations of the CUNY Workplace Violence Policy.
Experience working with the Title IX Coordinator and Student Affairs to ensure compliance with all mandated enforcement of education requirements, safety interim measures and investigative support.
Experience reviewing incident reports to ensure that categories are accurate as they relate to Clery Act reportable crimes.
Experience compiling Clery Act annual statistics.
Salary commensurate with education and experience.
CUNY offers a comprehensive benefits package to employees and eligible dependents based on job title and classification. Employees are also offered pension and Tax-Deferred Savings Plans. Part-time employees must meet a weekly or semester work hour criteria to be eligible for health benefits. Health benefits are also extended to retirees who meet the eligibility criteria.
HOW TO APPLY
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April 4, 2018
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Job Title: Campus Security Assistant Director, Level 3 / Lieutenant (Provisional) - Central Office/ University Public Safety
Job ID: 18413
Location: Central Office
Full/Part Time: Full-Time
Security - Lieutenant School Resource Officer
TItle: Lieutenant, School Police Officers
Coordinates departmental operations with regards to dissemination of departmental directives and guidelines, supervisory disciplinary referrals, logistical support of school-based officers, and records-keeping functions. This position will support South Fulton County Schools.
Duties and Responsibilities:
Assumes responsibility of immediate supervision over line officers
Serves as first responder in collaboration with site-based personnel and/or municipal public safety personnel to critical incidents
Schedules Officers for special events and plans patrol responsibilities
Investigates incidents and crimes that occur on District properties
Conducts mandated Uniform Crime Reporting (UCR) and maintains all data; reports UCR information to the state
Oversees and coordinates departmental training, in-service training, firearms training, any specialized police related training, and all remedial training needs and requirements of P.O.S.T. and the State of Georgia
Maintains and updates training records for all certified department personnel as required by P.O.S.T. and the State of Georgia
Provides those services and responsibilities as deemed necessary by the Chief of School Police including, but not limited to, internal affairs investigations of departmental personnel and District employees, supervision and coordination of major crimes investigations and other duties regarding administrative functions
Monitors local traffic concerns
Transports detained subjects
Performs other duties as assigned by appropriate administrator
Education and Experience:
- Bachelor's Degree required
Minimum 5 years of experience with the Fulton County School Police Department, another school police department or related law enforcement agency required
Previous police supervisory experience in a sworn capacity preferred
Experience in coordinating police training, UCR reporting and National Incident Management System (NIMS) a plus
Georgia Peace Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.) required; Certification as a Peace Officer must be completed prior to making application;
Must hold a PBLE classification if P.O.S.T. certified after 1982 or the equivalent prior to 1983
P.O.S.T. instructor certification preferred
Supervisor certification a plus
Knowledge of Georgia criminal codes and proper procedures for filing cases in applicable jurisdictions
Knowledge of Fulton County Board of Education policies and procedures
Must not have any open internal affairs investigations or P.O.S.T. investigations
Proven experience working with youth and culturally diverse groups
Must be able to successfully manage multiple tasks, projects, and responsibilities
Ability to apply critical thinking skills in rendering solutions to various issues
Must be able to collaborate effectively with District personnel, the general public, and work with diverse groups of people
Excellent communication skills both written and verbal
Salary Range for 2017-2018
- $59,432 - $70,143
Step placement credit may be granted for up to a maximum of 8 years (Step 9) of prior verifiable experience. Salary placement with Fulton County Schools is non-negotiable. Actual salary placement will be based on Fulton County Board of Education experience calculations from the Non-Teaching Salary Schedule B-235, Executive Scale, Step 1 - Step 9.
It is the policy of the Fulton County School System not to discriminate on the basis of race, color, sex, religion, national origin, age, or disability in any employment practice, educational program, or any other program, activity, or service. If you wish to make a complaint or request accommodation or modification due to discrimination in any program, activity, or service, contact Compliance Coordinator Ron Wade, 6201 Powers Ferry Rd, NW, Atlanta, Georgia 30339, or phone 470-254-4585.TTY 1-800-255-0135
An employee with the responsibility for managing a department or program, and dedicated to the safety and security of all Health Systems staff members, visitors, and patients; utilizing Law Enforcement authority and public relations skills.
Required: Completion of the Missouri POST Licensure requirements
Minimum two years of law enforcement or related experience; must be 21 years of age.
Must have a clean driving record within the last five years, including moving violations and speeding tickets. Any previous driving violations must be reviewed and approved.
Able to communicate clearly in a variety of situations.
Basic computer skills.
Able to climb, lift, carry, pull, etc. up to 101 pounds, or more.
May be required to sit, stand, and walk for extended periods of time.
Have and maintain a current POST Licensure through the Missouri Department of Public Safety, possessing a license with the required minimum training standards to include yearly training and certifications supported with current documentation.
Must obtain IAHHS Security Supervisor certification within 90 days of hire
Special Response Team Lieutenant
Classified title: Campus Police Lieutenant
Starting Salary Range: $49,216 - $67,735
Employee group: Full Time
Employee subgroup: Salaried Exempt
Location: Baltimore, MD
Schedule: Shift Work
Personnel area: University Administration
Department name: Security Services Office
The Special Response Team (SRT) Lieutenant supervises plans and coordinates the activities and operations of the Special Response Team. Serves as the responsible official (Commander) in charge of operations during regular duty hours of superiors; and does related work as required.
Essential Job Functions:
Supervises, evaluates, trains and provides guidance to subordinate personnel
Directs and leads subordinates in enforcing criminal laws and university's policies and procedures
Ensures subordinate compliance with the Department of Campus Safety and Security rules, policies, and regulations
Assigns all schedules for regular and special assignments for the Special Response Team
Supervises special assignments and details as required during the hours of working shift
Coordinates preliminary investigative activities at a crime scene or significant or unusual event
Effectively utilizes available resources by assigning personnel and monitoring their work to ensure proper performance of the Special Response Team.
Responds to requests for service as appropriate.
Writes completely, concisely and clearly
Communicates and maintains good relations with the faculty, staff, students, general public, other law enforcement agencies, and public officials
Analyzes crime data and directs resources accordingly
Interprets policies and procedures for application
Coordinates responses by Special Response Team to all major incidents or events on campus which could include alarms, fires, weather incidents and other public safety emergencies or unusual events
Collaborates with the Training Commander all training activities for the Special Response Team
Conducts drills and exercises on campus in coordination with the Patrol Shift(s), and local law enforcement agencies
Must be trained and certified to carry and operate any weapons or devices when appropriate (i.e. firearms, less-lethal weapons (i.e. Taser device), OC Spray, collapsible baton, handcuffs etc.) assigned to enable the officer(s) to mitigate a threatening incident or event on property owned or leased by the university located in the State of Maryland.
Application for a special police officer commission and, if armed with a firearm, a handgun permit, will be made after hire and during the initial training period. The University will cover any expenses related to the application for the commission and permit. Denial by the Maryland State Police of a commission or permit, or subsequent revocation of those privileges, may result in dismissal.
Performs other related duties as required
Knowledge, skills and abilities:
Excellent organizational, interpersonal, written and verbal communication skills
Experience in managing a diverse work force highly desirable
Extensive knowledge of city, state and federal criminal laws
Broad knowledge and understanding of public safety and security issues
Strong analytical, critical thinking and decision making skills
Ability to effectively supervise and train employees
Proficiency in database management, Microsoft Office, and familiarity with various security systems
Skilled in developing community relations between the campus community and the surrounding neighborhoods
Must have a collaborative style of leadership, with the ability and willingness to foster a team environment with the department
Must be ready, willing, and able to lead a response and take action to mitigate any high risk incident or event that presents a danger to the university community.
Must be willing to oversee the Special Response Team's work in a collaborative manner with university mental health professionals in stressful situations involving university personnel.
Must be trained and certified to ensure that the Special Response Team members take actions in situations that are inherently dangerous (i.e. Bomb Threat or Suspicious package situations, chemical, or biological threats, active or armed assailant(s) etc.), Note: The preceding listing is not all inclusive.
A Campus Police Special Response Team Lieutenant must be certified as a Special Police Officer by the State of Maryland and must comply with the Scope of Commission per MD Public Safety Article Section 3-307. If Armed the Special Police Officer must have a valid permit to carry a handgun.
Position is a uniformed position and involves shift work
Must pass certification for expandable baton, OC spray, and possess physical attributes to operate a Segway, T-3, Golf cart and automobile.
Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Business, Liberal Arts, Social Sciences or related discipline or graduate of certified police academy required. Master's degree highly desirable.
Related Work Experience:
10 years of experience in State, Federal, City, County law enforcement agency or campus security, or prior military service required. At least 5 years of law enforcement supervisory/management experience required. Prefer experience involving more complex assignments.
Must meet Maryland State Police requirements and investigation for a Special Police Commission and have exemplary background and integrity in possession of a valid U.S. motor vehicle driver's license; must pass a University criminal background investigation; have and maintain a clean motor vehicle driving record (no more than two current points).
Minimum Physical Requirements:
Must successfully complete a physical/health screening examination by the Office of Occupational Health and Safety, which includes drug screening; successfully meet and maintain Campus Safety and Security physical requirements. Physical demands are in excess of those for sedentary work and officers must be able to remain on their feet for extended periods of time, as well as stoop, kneel, crouch, and lift. Officers must be able to pursue offenders, restrain or apprehend aggressive individuals and make arrests when necessary. Must be able to run moderate distances, and go up or down flights of steps. Must be able to also withstand exposure to inclement weather.
The incumbent must be able to do the following:
Sitting in a normal seated position for extended periods of time
Reaching by extending hand(s) or arm(s) in any direction
Finger dexterity required to manipulate objects with fingers rather than with whole hand(s) or arm(s), for example, using a keyboard
Communication skills using the spoken word
Ability to see within normal parameters
Ability to hear within normal range
Ability to move about
Occasionally lifting, carrying objects weighing 40 lbs. or less
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