Initial salary range of $21,358 to $26,591 depending on education and experience.
Exempt, C2, 19 hours per week
Reports to the Vice President of Administrative Services
In compliance with federal law, all persons hired will be required to verify identity and eligibility to work in the United States and to complete the required verification document upon hire.
Valid driver's license.
- Bachelor’s or Master’s degree in Public Safety Administration or Police Science or Correction or Law Enforcement, or the equivalent.
- At least seven years of experience in Law Enforcement and/or Fire Services
- At least five years of experience in an administrative or supervisor position
- Experience with working with state and local agencies
Position is required to provide 24/7 on-call response/assistance during emergency and crisis situations. Position includes community outreach to establish relationships and partnerships with police and fire agencies.
- Recommends ongoing updates to policies and procedures for emergency/crisis response and ensures efforts are consistent with federal, state, tribal and local standards.
- Coordinates college emergency plans and operations with other local, county, state, tribal, and federal agencies as needed. Acts as a liaison with external resources such as police and fire departments.
- Plans and develops protocols for and content of emergency notification and alert messages to be deployed during a campus event.
- Provides guidance for the levels and types of training needed for college emergency responders, crisis management team members, and other key employees. Identifies training resources available to ensure NIMS training requirements have been met.
- Responds to college emergency and crisis situations, being available 24/7 until situation is fully addressed.
- Responds to and helps resolve difficult student and community member situations or complaints.
- Participates in and collaborates with Safety Committees at multiple locations to provide education and training to staff and build risk awareness within the college. Recommend strategies and plans to improve public safety. Ensure district is in compliance with laws relating to safety, industrial health, environmental protection, and hazard control programs.
- Prepare a variety of reports and correspondence as requested or required.
- Assists in the review, update, documentation and processes, procedures, protocols, website, catalog, and other media pertaining to Public Safety.
- Establishes, maintains, and promotes effective relations, and communications with faculty, staff, college offices, professional organizations, and external agencies.
- Active role in safety and emergency projects and initiatives at the college.
- Participates in other committees as needed.
- Performs other duties as assigned.
Ability to plan, develop, coordinate and effectively implement training programs for the college. Ability to research, analyze, interpret and implement state and federal laws that are applicable to the college. Ability to work effectively with colleagues, students, and local/state agencies while maintaining confidentiality and utilizing strong oral and written communication skills. Ability to perform conflict resolution skills and mediation skills where needed; exercise independent judgement and/or initiative, take appropriate action and function with minimal supervision. Proficiency in computerized word processing, spreadsheet applications and use of office equipment.