1.Provide security and protective services to the college community by patrolling assigned areas or buildings to enforce policies and procedures, which may include security of individual buildings/stationary locations and/or college owned lands.
2.Ability to develop and maintain good public relations.
3.Patrol (60) acre campus via city streets and campus walkways. Patrol assigned zones observing campus activity and deterring criminal activity.
4.Responds to emergencies by assessing and prioritizing the situation, employing tact, diplomacy, and individual judgment to remedy and/or maintain control. Many situations will require the incumbent to provide on-site lead supervision over student campus safety officers who may be present.
5.Assist professional staff with deterring, restraining and the utilization of citizen's arrest authority for individuals attempting to commit criminal acts or to inflict physical harm on themselves or others.
6.Monitor key card access to academic and residential buildings on campus. Respond to burglar alarms, fire alarms and system trouble alarms.
7.Complete necessary administrative forms/reports related to incidents and/or arrests, including gathering pertinent information from participants and/or witnesses.
8.Assist Director and/or Assistant Directors in conducting investigations or special projects as requested.
9.Provide security services to organizations that rent the use of college property.
10.Provide security during transportation of large sums of cash and/or other valuables.
11.Maintain regular communication with student campus safety officers to advise of unusual situations and to request backup when necessary.
12.Appear in DuPage County Court and campus judicial hearings regarding incidents that occur in the college community when necessary.
13.Provide traffic/crowd control during scheduled activities or during emergency situation as necessary.
14.Assist in the enforcement of state, local and college parking rules and regulations.
15.Provide emergency first aid and/or CPR/AED to injured persons, or assist in the transportation of non-emergency related ill or injured persons when necessary.
16.Become CPR/AED certified within 90 days of employment. Utilize AED device in the course of your daily duties if the need arises.
17.Attend and complete the mandatory basic training program covering college and dept. policy, city and state law, self defense, baton/OC spray, public relations, constitutional law, parking enforcement, civil and criminal liability, report writing, uniform crime reporting, radio communications and FCC regulations, safe driving practices, Illinois vehicle code, first aid and crisis management, high-risk confrontations and working with faculty and staff.
18.Attend external training courses, classes, and seminars through the North East Multi Regional Training Center and Homeland Security to further develop protective service skills and knowledge.
19.Assist in interviewing and training student officers.
20.Provide basic information and directions to students, faculty, administration, staff and/or the general public.
21.Provide campus safety leadership with daily activity reports/summaries related to the overall training and performance of student campus safety officers.
22.Maintain and provide to medical personnel, medical release forms for summer campers during campus and conferences.
23.Maintain key control and/or access to secure and restricted locations.
24.Maintain positive relations with external law enforcement agencies to obtain or exchange relevant protective service information.
25.Assist external law enforcement agencies when requested with issues concerning college students, faculty/staff and/or guests.
26.Fill collateral assignments to enhance department performance such as: Field Training Officer, Trainer, Quarter Master and Bike Unit Officer.
27.Provide safety escort service to students, faculty, administration, staff and guests of college.
28.Ability to prioritize and handle multiple tasks, ability to respond well under pressure.
29.Provide programs and presentations, which promote safety and security to students, faculty, administration and staff.
30.Performs other work-related duties as requested.
High school graduation or GED. Must be able to pass the College’s basic security training course during the first 90 days of employment. Must be able to possess a certification in emergency CPR / AED within the first 90 days of employment.
Prior security, military or law enforcement training or experience, or a combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and skills are preferred. No record of convictions or moral turpitude.
Experience in campus safety in a higher education setting is preferred. Ability to apply campus rules and regulations, write and complete timely incident reports accurately, and maintain a detailed security log.
Licenses or Certifications:
A valid Illinois driver’s license.
Security officer certifications preferred.
This is an on call position with no scheduled hours to work a variety of shifts including; evenings, overnights, and weekends, including special events. To provide security and protection for persons, buildings and/or property within the college community, by enforcing state, federal laws and college policies outlined in the student handbook. To provide leadership for student campus safety officers. To promote safety consciousness among the entire campus community and to provide, within given limitations, a secure environment for students, faculty, administration, staff, and guests of the College.
Internal Number: 1053
About North Central College
North Central College, founded in 1861, is a selective, comprehensive liberal arts institution of 3000 students located 28 miles west of Chicago in Naperville, within walking distance of the Naperville Metra station. For information about the College, please visit the website at https://www.northcentralcollege.edu.