Serves as an unarmed, non-commissioned public servant performing security assignments and enforcing university policy. May also assist with traffic control points, fire prevention measures and parking enforcement. Serves as a Campus Security Authority (CSA) by fulfilling training and reporting obligations related to campus safety protocols.
Performs patrols of the facility and grounds to identify safety and security problems and acts as a deterrent to theft and vandalism.
Operates security vehicle or patrols on foot or bicycle in assigned areas.
Monitors entrance control points and security CCTV cameras.
Responds to disasters, fire, and emergencies. Provides care and first aid.
Surveys parking lots, directs traffic and enforces parking and traffic regulations.
Reports hazardous and suspicious activities to enable corrective action to be initiated.
Operates public safety communications equipment including, but not limited to, conventional and cellular telephones, two-way portable radios, hand-held computers, and computer workstations.
Provides information, service, and assistance to the public and/or students, staff and faculty.
Communicates and interfaces with university police or other emergency service providers in emergencies and for routine support.
Provides escort service for personnel taking cash and checks for deposit to designated locations.
Makes building security inspections, checking doors and windows.
Takes statements and prepares reports on information from individuals regarding crimes, safety violations, or accidents.
Collects and issues keys and access cards from and to staff.
Monitors incoming and outgoing deliveries and shipments.
Assists with special events and activities.
Performs various duties as needed to successfully fulfill the function of the position.
Education: High School Diploma/GED
Valid Oklahoma Driver's License to drive University vehicles on campus or ability to obtain within 30 days of hire date
CLEET Security Certification or completed Phase 1 and/or Phase 2 to become certified
Ability to give clear and concise answers to questions and give detailed directions
Ability to communicate verbally and in writing
Strong attention to detail in order to detect irregularities and change in environment
Ability to calmly and professionally handle situations
Ability to accurately read and understand written materials and instruction
Basic computer skills
Ability to work a flexible schedule including nights, weekends, and holidays
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