The Lead Auxiliary will be the lead person in the Cornell University Police Auxiliary program and report to the Special Projects Sergeant.
At this time, this position is casual/temp, non-benefits eligible, working sixteen to eighteen hours a week. This position will be an integral part of the Cornell University Police's efforts to prevent crime and ensure campus safety.
This position will assist in handling the administrative tasks related to the day-to-day operations of the Cornell University Police Auxiliary (CPA).The Lead Auxiliary's duties will include but are not limited to: scheduling of shifts and training, coordinating the issue and return of equipment (in cooperation with the Department Quartermaster), supervision of the Auxiliaries, record keeping, other duties that may become relevant, holding a monthly evening meeting of all CPA's, and sitting on the hiring board when new CPA's are recruited.
The tasks this position will have to accomplish will include, continually reviewing and recommending updates to CUPD policies and procedures that pertain to CPA's. Schedule and coordinate the NYS required Security Guard training program and crowd/event management training in consultation with the training section of the department.
This position offers a flexible schedule to include both late evenings and day time hours.
High school diploma or equivalent.
Prior Law Enforcement is preferred but not mandated.
NYS Security Guard license must be acquired within 12 months after hire and subsequently maintain that certification for the duration of employment.
No relocation or Visa sponsorship is available for this position.
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Temp Serv Svc
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