Campus Public Safety
Company: St. Mary's College of California
Posted on: August 1, 2020
Responsibilities This hourly position reports directly to our
Sergeant and is a non-sworn, campus security officer position. We
offer day shift, swing shift and graveyard. Shifts are determined
by seniority and preference. Heavy foot patrol, vehicle patrol,
parking enforcement, fire and crime prevention, heavy public
relations and public assistance. Respond to calls for service,
switchboard and radio communications, and other areas of
safety/security as required on assigned shift. Must be willing to
work any assigned shift; weekends and holidays; overtime may be
assigned. Essential Functions: 1. Patrol: Conduct security patrols
of the 400 plus acres of the college including off-campus
locations. Conduct routine security checks of the college's 68 plus
buildings and structures. This is done through vehicles, on foot
and bicycles. Respond to all emergencies including fire alarms,
burglary alarms, medical emergencies and crimes. Provide proactive
patrol and observations checking for light outages, emergency phone
checks, hazardous conditions, crime prevention, violations of
college policies and procedures, and parking enforcement. When
appropriate, make arrests of persons committing criminal acts.
Assist Moraga Police Department when necessary. Write clear,
concise and accurate reports documenting actions taken. 2.
Dispatch: Receives emergency calls from public, determines nature
and location of emergencies, dispatches Public Safety and or other
emergency agencies as necessary. Monitors alarms, answers
non-emergency calls for assistance, processes, and prioritizes
these calls and then determines the appropriate response. Makes
quick and accurate decisions, handles multiple duties at one time.
Enter, update and retrieve information from computer systems.
Handles requests for information (vehicle permits, License numbers,
and Student information). Operates a variety of communication
equipment including radio, telephone and computer systems. Prepares
and maintains accurate records and logs of all radio transmissions
and telephone calls. Types information on a computer keyboard to
update information accurately. Answers questions and provides
information to the public. Hands out visitor permits, logs lost and
found items, issues campus parking permits. Deal effectively with
upset, confused, hostile or hysterical people by phone or walkup.
Works in a confined area with lots of outside distractions, Deals
with sensitive and confidential information, Relays complicated
information to Public Safety Officers in a brief yet complete
manner. Gives directions for on campus and off campus locations.
Reviews and maintains Log books at gate. Dispatches for Physical
Plant, Residence Life, Athletics. Issues items and packages to
appropriate persons. Daily checks of traffic monitoring camera
system and PA. 3. Campus Services: Secure and open College
buildings, classrooms, sports facilities and other structures at
various times keeping with a highly flexible campus schedule.
Monitor, activate and deactivate as required 75 alarm systems
throughout the campus as well as our cross town Campus. Provide
campus escorts. Provide delivery service of sensitive/confidential
items and materials. Provide vehicle jumpstart services. Provide
lockout service for Faculty and Staff. Provide welfare checks of
individuals on campus. 4. Residence Life Services: Frequent contact
with residents at all hours day and night. Perform lockout services
for resident students whenever Residence Life is closed. Respond to
all disturbances, emergencies, and suspicious circumstances in the
residence halls. Support the Resident Assistants, Residence
Directors and Brothers in the residence halls. Assist ORL staff
with uncooperative or confrontational residence and guests in the
halls. Perform room searches upon requests of the ORL staff. 5.
Traffic and parking control: Enforce all parking regulations on
campus. Issue parking citations, immobilize or tow vehicles in
violation. Patrol both on foot and in vehicles the parking lots and
areas on campus. Provide traffic control for special events,
accidents, or maintenance or construction projects. 6.
Administrative Tasks: Data entry into parking system and Incident
report systems. Complete required reports and projects in a timely,
accurate and comprehensive manner.
Keywords: St. Mary's College of California, Hayward , Campus Public Safety, Other , Hayward, California
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