Reporting to the Operations Officer, the Lead Night Security Officer is responsible for patrolling the SNU main Incline campus between the hours of 11pm-7am, assisting students, staff and faculty, and responding to emergencies.
- As the Lead Security Officer, maintain a high quality, community-based security organization.
- Support any other security officers on the shift assigned.
- Ensure that any investigative reports are finished in a concise and timely manner, and forwarded to leadership for possible follow-up.
- Ensure that officers are performing duties consistent with the guidelines and procedures established. Ensure all officers are kept up to date on all new guidelines and procedures and understand how to implement them.
- Conduct shift briefings, pass out assignments, pass out keys and radios, and ensure all equipment is signed out. Responsible for staffing the assigned and oncoming shift in the event of a sick call or extraordinary circumstances that would require extra officers.
- Employee is gone for no more than 30 minutes at a time from the station at the front desk of Patterson Hall when conducting rounds.
- Patrol the dorm floors, perimeters and lobbies to ensure student safety, curb deviant behavior, and note items for work requests.
- Inspect buildings, access points and equipment on a regular basis for any signs of loitering or unauthorized individuals on campus.
- Calmly confront students engaging in inappropriate activities as outlined in the college’s student handbook, and report via email to supervisors.
- Verify students’ proper identification and let them into their rooms if they are locked out.
- Also patrol the other buildings and campus grounds: check mechanical rooms to record important data and verify operation of essential systems; secure exits doors and close windows; lock dumpsters; verify that classrooms, lobbies and labs are vacant; and check emergency equipment.
- Serve as the main point person on campus in the event of an after hour emergency, until other members from residence life or facilities arrive.
- Monitor the various lines of communication that come in to the front desk and employee cellular phone during the shift.
- Document any issues during the shift and communicate to supervisor each day before leaving.
- Perform other responsibilities as assigned.
- Ability to interact with college students providing excellent customer service.
- Clear and effective communication skills, both in conversing with students and sending written email incident reports to supervisors.
- Ability to walk college campus by foot, and lock-up buildings and close windows as requested.
- Ability to work in varying weather conditions, including walking in snow and ice in the winter months between the hours of 11pm-7am.
- A strong understanding of police and security principles, and 3 years experience in law enforcement/security operations desirable.
- Fingerprint and background check required as a condition of employment.
Pay Range: $23.08/hour
Hours: This is a Full Time, Hourly position, five days a week between the hours of 11pm-7am (with a half hour break during each shift).
Please upload your resume, cover letter, list of at least three professional references, and any other documentation to our online application. Review of applications will begin immediately, and continue until the position is filled.
Sierra Nevada University is an Equal Opportunity Employer