To provide outside patrol by foot and car of the area around the Peabody campus. Officers will respond to all calls for assistance inside of this area, as well as reporting any incidents to the Campus Security dispatcher.
Will work an 8 hour evening or night shift, usually during the period 5:00 p.m. to 3:00 a.m.
Specific duties & responsibilities:
To provide uniformed patrol and crime prevention services for the protection of life and property of the students, staff, faculty, and visitors in the community. Reports all criminal offenses and disruption, enforcing state law and Baltimore city ordinances. Will answer to the on-duty Peabody Campus Security supervisor.
Other duties as assigned
Minimum qualifications (mandatory):
HS/GED required. Additional education may substitute for required experienced to the extent permitted by JHU equivalency formula.
Be physically fit and able to pursue offenders and perform rescue when necessary often requiring running moderate distances to include running up and down several flights of stairs. Able to ride a bicycle for a length of time to patrol city sidewalks.
Two years' relevant work experience. Must be currently employed as a Baltimore Police Department law enforcement officer. Completion of police academy. Valid Maryland driver's license. Knowledge of police department rules and regulations; knowledge of state and local laws.
Classified title: Campus Police Officer - Off Duty BPD
Starting Salary Range: $16.91 - $23.25 per hour
Employee group: Casual
Employee subgroup (FLSA Status): Hourly, Non Exempt
Schedule (hours/days): 10 hours per week
Location: Peabody Institute
Personnel area (School): Peabody
Department name: Security
The successful candidate(s) for this position will be subject to a pre-employment background check.
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