Job Description Summary
Provides an environment that allows students, staff, faculty and visitors to interact in safe and secure surroundings. Actively supports the educational activities of the college through safety, security and law enforcement services. These services will meet the highest level of approval and the candidate will constantly strive to anticipate the needs of the Community College.
1. Maintains complete confidentiality with regard to all campus information no matter the source, content, or how the information is acquired;
2. Utilizes technology such as computers, radio systems, telephones, and other communication equipment;
3. Manages and directs employees in general patrol, traffic enforcement and investigative work;
4. Possesses exceptional communication and negotiation skills to maintain the dual relationship of law enforcement and public service to a constituency of students, faculty, staff, and visitors;
5. Enforces the laws of the State of North Carolina and the United States;
6. Responds to emergency, medical, and other required situations;
7. Contributes to the College Vision, Mission, Values, and Welcoming College statement;
8. Performs other duties as assigned.
1. Two years of full-time experience with a NC law enforcement agency and a current General Law Enforcement Certification (N10);
2. Experience with a NC law enforcement agency and a current North Carolina Probationary Law Enforcement Certification (N9);
3. AAS Degree or higher level of education;
4. CPR/First Aid/AED Certification or EMT Certification;
5. Proficiency in a foreign language such as Spanish, an East Slavic language, and/or American Sign Language.
Special Instructions to Applicants
1. Upon submitting your on-line application, unofficial transcript must be uploaded to your application for the related degree(s) listed in the “Minimum Requirements” and/or “Preferred Qualifications” section of the job posting. The unofficial transcript must list the individual courses taken. Diplomas will not be considered in lieu of an unofficial transcript;
2. If the transcript required to be submitted at the time of application does not list the degree conferred or awarded, candidates invited to interview will be required to submit an unofficial transcript with this information two business days prior to the interview;
3. If selected for hire, official sealed transcripts from a regionally accredited institution are required to be received a minimum of two business weeks before the first day of work. Failure to comply may result in revocation of the job offer.