Patrol Officer - Public Safety

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Purpose:        
Provides safety and security for the students, faculty, staff, and visitors of the Ohio Dominican University community and protection of university owned and controlled property.   
 
Essential Job Responsibilities:
  • Patrol on foot, in vehicle and by bicycle, separate entities including office and classroom buildings, student residence halls, parking lots, healthcare center, and athletic fields.
  • Secure and open buildings and areas according to building and academic schedules.
  • Secure computer classrooms and meeting rooms that contain expensive technology and equipment.
  • Patrol all entities, looking for fire code violations and safety hazards.
  • Fill out daily shift activity log.
  • Conduct parking enforcement:  issue citations and warnings.
  • Respond to calls to service, i.e., lockouts, maintenance access to rooms.
  • Escort staff, faculty, and students to vehicles and to residence halls.
  • Unlock buildings according to schedule daily.
  • Check Mohun Healthcare boiler pressure three (3) times nightly.
  • Assist nurses and nurse’s aides to their vehicles at Mohun Healthcare three (3) times nightly.
  • Act as liaison to emergency personnel as well as public utilities.
  • Fill out maintenance requests as needed.
  • Respond to emergency calls.
  • Carry out emergency response procedures and direct others if necessary in emergency situations.
  • Assist with public safety needs for special events on campus.
  • Assignment to specific Football Games, Commencements and University events during regular duty over time or as mandatory assignments.
  • Assist students, faculty, staff and visitors as needed and represent the University in a positive and professional manner by providing excellent customer service.
  • Document emergency calls in an electronic report management system.
  • Conduct fire watches during power outages or during fire panel maintenance.
  •  Conduct room searches with permission from Residence Life staff as needed.
  • Test and/or examine materials to determine if illegal or stolen.
  • Provide first responder aid in emergency medical situations and maintain both CPR/First-Aid/AED and Blood borne pathogens certifications.
  • Attend staff meetings, campus events, training, etc. as needed
  • Other duties as assigned.
Education/Experience:
  • High school graduate or equivalent combination of education and experience, some college preferred.
  • Prior work experience and or training in law enforcement or as a security officer required.
  • Ability to use relevant technology and software systems in timely performance of work assignments.
  • Must be able to meet the physical requirements for the position.
  • Excellent communication and crisis management skills required.

 

 
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