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Job Summary: Under general supervision is responsible for the detection and reporting of safety hazards on Leadership Center property, provides immediate First Aid response, maintains a secure facility and perimeter, enforces Center regulations, investigates and reports criminal offenses, and assists clients and visitors to and on the campus. Performs other duties as the need shall arise.
- Provides internal/external patrol of Learning Center buildings and surrounding property
- Locks and unlocks doors to permit entry at appropriate times
- Checks buldings and work areas when not open for business
- Monitors camera's, alarm systems, access control and admits appropriate personnel per authorized staff lists
- Conducts ongoing inspections of buidlings and grounds to detect safety violations and hazards
- Prepares Safety Condition Reports and work orders where appropriate
- Responds to all emergency situations
- Takes possession of found property
- Escorts guests, visitiors, and employees
- Conducts investigations and inspections
- Prepares accurate and complete written reports
- Maintains strict confidentiality of security information
- Provides non-liable information to guests, visitiors, and staff
- Establishes contact with local Fire/Police officials for assistance
- Control parking and vehicular traffic
- Demonstrates professional behavior
- Position reports to the Security Manager, Security Supervisor, Technical or Lead officer
- This position requires the ability to gather and interpret information and to accurately complete required reporting procedures
- Officers should be knowledgeable in search and seizure, constitutional rights, investigative, and interviewing techniques
- Officers as a general rule work independently and under indirect supervision
- Officers are required to maintain daily contact with a wide range of people including guests, Fire/Police officials, and employees
- This position requires officers to maintain confidentiality about all investigations, incidents, etc.