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The Police Officer will maintain a solid presence on campus, providing a safe and secure campus for all employees, students and visitors.
- Enforcing all federal, state and local laws and Samford University policies.
- Complete required reports (incidents/offense, accidents or any other reports as needed).
- Respond to calls for service or other significant incidents occurring on University property.
- May be required to appear in an administrative or court hearings as deemed necessary.
- Conduct follow-up investigations and prepare written reports as may be required.
- Communicate effectively with the public during routine and unusual situations.
- Perform or assist in the performance of risk assessments relating to departmental responsibilities by buildings and grounds for safety hazards.
- Assist with University deposits and escorts, if necessary.
- Maintain liaison with University officials and other law enforcement and fire departments to promote the safety and security of the University.
- Provide location directions to citizens as required.
- Prepare court documents for hearings as necessary.
- Prepare monthly activity reports.
- Lock, unlock and secure buildings and facilities.
- Provide preventative patrol, direct traffic, and setup and remove barricades/cones for special events and emergencies.
- Secure main gate at night and check identity of all individuals entering the campus via the southwest gate.
- Enforce parking regulations.
- Report threatening weather conditions and assist in the notification of all campus personnel.
- Serve as departmental dispatcher as needed.
- This position involves considerable overtime and shift work.
- Perform all other duties as assigned.
To apply for this job, your resume and/or cover letter must show that you have the following qualifications:
- A high school diploma or G.E.D.
- Must be twenty-one years of age
- Must be certified by the Alabama Peace Officer's Standards and Training Commission (APOSTC) as a peace officer
- Annually, must successfully qualify on the APOSTC firearms course
- Must possess a current Alabama driver's license with the ability to drive an automobile, a pick-up truck and utility vehicles (i.e. MULE, E-ZGO, etc.)
- Must be physically able to walk, stoop, run, climb several flights of stairs and climb a six foot wall or fence
- Must be ability to successfully complete defensive tactics training to include handcuffing techniques, ASP Baton, Mace, arrest procedures and self-protection
- Must be capable of speaking articulately to individuals and groups in English
- Must obtain ACJIC Certification
- Must obtain ALACOP Certification
- Must be able to read and comprehend correspondence, manuals, journals, letters, memoranda, policies, directives and signs in English
- Must have the ability to hear verbal communication and radio/electronic and telephone messages/signals and must have general computer skills
- Have no felony convictions or convictions for crimes of moral turpitude
- Have the ability to learn law enforcement and security terminology in order to communicate effectively
- Must be able to work different shifts and considerable overtime situations on short notice
- Final candidate must successfully pass a drug screening test to be eligible for employment
Submit a resume and cover letter with current salary/salary requirements to:
Resumes received after the posting is removed will not be considered.
Samford University is an Equal Opportunity Educational Institution/Employer.