UCSD Layoff from Career Appointment: Apply by 05/11/2017 for consideration with preference for rehire. All layoff applicants should contact their Employment Advisor. Eligible Disability Counseling and Consulting services (DCC) or Special Selection clients should contact their Vocational Rehabilitation Counselor for assistance.
Patrol UCSD campus by motor vehicle and on foot providing protection of life and property, keep the peace, conduct investigations of reported crimes, accidents and other related incidents. Submit reports, enforce traffic and parking laws and regulations, make arrests, testify in court, respond to medical emergencies and illness calls. Provide directions and assistance to staff, students and visitors. Perform other duties and functions as assigned.
- Willing and able to work rotating shifts mandatory overtime, when needed, regardless of assigned shift and in diverse weather conditions.
Ability and experience serving and working well with the public as a solo officer as well as an effective member of a team.
Possesses interest in public service and understands the importance of stressing spirit of the law and not just enforcing the letter of the law.
Ability to comply with instructions and counsel from supervisors. Ability and experience in teaching, coaching and guiding others.
Demonstrates appropriate maturity and poise when dealing with supervisors, management, co-workers and the community. Ability to react, cope and reason according to established standards and practices.
Knowledge of and ability to follow proper officer safety tactics and procedures.
Ability to maintain a professional stance in all stressful situations and, when necessary, taking charge, managing incident scenes, and coordinating efforts with others outside the department.
Accurate report writing skills including the proper use of grammar, punctuation and spelling, as well as the cohesive organization of facts and information.
Skill and knowledge in the use and care of all firearms, impact weapons, chemical agents, restraint devices, ECDs and other safety equipment issued by the Police Department.
Skilled in the operation of a motor vehicle under emergency and other police-related driving conditions.
Knowledge of State and Federal laws, rules and regulations as applicable to the police function. Knowledge of and experience enforcing rules and regulations, guidelines, security policies and procedures. Knowledge of University of California laws and rules preferred.
Understands and can follow proper evidence collection, preservation and impound procedures.
Competent in defensive tactics and arrest and control techniques.
Ability in the application of first aid and emergency medical "first responder" skills.
Ability to prepare criminal cases for prosecution and to effectively testify in court.
Experience communicating in various forums: one-on-one, in groups, in stressful situations, in writing, as well as the ability to communicate using a police radio while keeping transmissions brief and clear.
Ability and experience in using computers, including Microsoft Word, Outlook, and law enforcement databases. Experience using CAD/RMS systems is preferred.
Shows sound judgement and ability to process information quickly and thoroughly, whilce making effective and ethical decisions that are trustworthy and are in keeping with the highest standards of conduct.
~Must have an active POST Certificate of graduation or Recertification from a POST Certified academy or an active Peace Officer POST certificate upon hire.
~A High school graduate or equivalent.
~Must possess a valid CA Driver's license.
~Must be minimum age of 21 years.
~Weight in proportion to height; vision 20/100 correctable to 20/30 with normal color perception.
~Will be fingerprinted and have background thoroughly investigated.
~Must be able to pass medical, drug, psychiatric or sociological exams, and a polygraph exam.
~Must be available to work rotating shifts, overtime, details/Mutual Aid (both in and out of San Diego County), as needed.
~Must meet CANRA compliance requirement per "California Child Abuse and Neglect Reporting Act ("CANRA," Penal Code sections 11164-11174.4)".