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Campus Safety Officer

Company: Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute
Location: Utica
Posted on: June 8, 2021

Job Description:

Accepting applications for full time or relief (scheduled as needed) Campus Safety Officer positions.

NYS Guard license required. Previous experience and familiarity with security equipment preferred. $14.50 hourly for day shifts and $15.50 hourly for evening and night shifts. AAS degree in criminal justice, previous security or law enforcement experience preferred.

Must be available to work all shifts, especially nights, weekends and holidays. Our Campus Safety Officers respond in a professional and courteous manner to all interactions and to respond quickly with professional judgment during emergencies.

Campus Safety Officers perform campus patrol and dispatch responsibilities during each shift with inside and outside rounds of campus and buildings, alternating at dispatch desk. Must be able to react appropriately and quickly in emergency situations. Investigate accidents and incidents and submit timely reports. Excellent interpersonal and telephone skills required. Must be able to operate communications equipment such as two-way radio, CCTV and security alarms. Ability to effectively communicate with staff, students, faculty and visitors an integral part of position. Previous experience as radio dispatcher/telephone operator preferred

Call for (315) 797-0000, extension 2153 for employment application


Send resume/cover letter to:

Human Resources

Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute

Campus Safety Officer Search

310 Genesee Street

Utica, New York 13502

Fax: (315) 797-7509

Email: hrjobs@mwpai.org


Keywords: Munson-Williams-Proctor Arts Institute, Utica , Campus Safety Officer, Other , Utica, New York

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