Commissioned position to supervise and provide uniformed security and safety services to the Peabody Campus. Responsible to supervise the shift which will protect life and property, ensures safety and assists with special events, performances and concerts. Assists all faculty, staff, students, patrons and visitors with a variety of needs. Supervises and may also perform regular foot patrol of the campus and surrounding parks in order to protect life and property and to prevent crime on the Peabody campus and immediate area.
This is evening shift: 3:00 PM - 11:00 PM
A Sergeant in the Peabody Institute Campus Security Department has the following duties:
Supervise a squad of campus security officers during the course of their shift.
Respond to emergency situations, crime events, or to any other circumstance where the presence of a supervisor is required by the Campus Security Department's Standard Operating Procedures (SOP) or where the presence of a supervisor would be in the best interest of the operation of the Campus Security Department.
Account for attendance of personnel assigned to the Sergeant's squad, including maintaining payroll and scheduling leave.
Schedule personnel for training and ensure that all personnel under said sergeant's supervision are apprised of the most up-to-date training and information necessary for the performance of their duties.
Ensure that all personnel assigned to the Campus Security Department are properly performing their duties.
Supervise the operation of the shuttle van service during the course of the Sergeant's shift.
Supervise any Baltimore Police Department officers working during the Sergeant's shift.
Notify the Director of Campus Security of any incidents which require notification according to the SOP.
Notify other Peabody Institute departments as required by the SOP.
Investigate any complaints against Campus Security officers under the Sergeant's supervision.
Perform any other functions consistent with the Sergeant's position, as directed by the Director of Campus Security.
GED or HS diploma required. Minimum of two years of security or related experience. Graduation from a law enforcement academy certified by this State or any other state, or by the Federal government preferred.
Special Knowledge and Skill:
Knowledge of basic first aid and CPR.
Must be able to professionally react to situations, make accurate observations and to write clear and accurate reports about these observations.
Must possess sound verbal and written communication skills.
Must have the ability to communicate effectively and professionally.
Physical demands are in excess of those for sedentary work.
Sergeants must be able to remain on feet for extended periods of time, as well as stoop, kneel, crouch, lift, carry, push, pull, climb, balance, walk, and run.
Must be physically able to operate a variety of machines and equipment include automobiles, vans, office equipment, radio, telephone, etc.; run moderate distances and/or go up and/or down flights of steps; read, interpret, and understand University policies and procedures; withstand exposure to inclement weather Must be able to successfully complete a health screening from the Office of Health, Safety and Environment.
Must possess a valid Maryland driver's license and must pass the State of Maryland Motor Vehicle Administration check with no more than 2 points. -Must pass a university criminal background check as a condition of employment. -Must currently possess a special police commission issued by the State of Maryland or must apply and be successfully issued such a commission; denial of special commission by the state police may be grounds for dismissal.
Must be able to successfully complete a health screening from the Office of Health, Safety and Environment. Must possess a valid Maryland driver's license
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