Performs various police duties to provide campus security. Primary duty periods are evenings and weekends; responds to calls for service and emergencies on the college campus and assists with training exercises in the criminal justice programs.
PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES*
Performs various campus police duties as needed; responds to complaints, conducts investigations, and may issue citations in accordance with law and board policy.
Prepares detailed, timely, and informative reports of complaints, investigations, and incidents.
Assists in planning and training for, and responds to medical and other emergencies that occur, on Kirtland’s campus sites; may be required to work in conjunction with other law enforcement agencies.
Assists in monitoring the status of campus security concerns and security equipment; reports maintenance, upgrade, and acquisition needs to the public safety director.
Assists with criminal justice program training exercises and may assist in developing and presenting staff training programs such as sexual assault prevention, pepper spray training, dealing with violent individuals, etc. through Kirtland’s public safety office.
Performs other related duties as assigned.
SUPERVISION – Works under the general supervision of the director of public safety
ATTENDANCE – Individuals in this position are expected to be available as assigned, which may include evenings, weekends, and variable hours, and in various locations.
WORKING CONDITIONS – Law enforcement involves periods of routine office work, occasionally involves dealing with individuals or groups who are angry, upset, or frightened, requires good situational awareness using visual and auditory senses, and may from time to time require periods of high physical activity, including moving rapidly from point to point, within and outside buildings, climbing stairs and ladders, subduing violent individuals, and providing first aid and emergency care. Conditions may include darkness, inclement weather, hazardous materials, fire and other emergency situations, and/or threat of bodily harm.
- Associate degree with Michigan First Responder or related training
- One to three years of related work experience, or combination of education and experience commensurate with the requirements of the position
- Eligible for MCOLES Certification as a law enforcement officer, with a valid Michigan Driver’s License.
- Ability to perform the physical requirements of the position, as indicated under Working Conditions
- Ability to maintain firearms proficiency.
- Ability to maintain emotional stability under fatigue and/or stress
- Interpersonal skills consistent with community policing of a diverse student and employee population
JOB DIMENSIONS – Knowledge of work, planning and organization, self-reliance, sensitivity, attention to detail, work standards, initiative, stress tolerance, technical/professional self development, analysis/judgment, commitment to the college, teamwork, dependability, written communication, informal communication, oral presentations
Kirtland Community College is an equal opportunity employer
* This job description is intended to describe the type and level of work being performed by a person in this position. It is not an exhaustive list of all duties and responsibilities required by a person so classified.