The Department of Public Safety will support and emulate the mission, core values, and goals of Wentworth by providing a safe campus for students, faculty, staff, and visitors. These services are provided with the highest standards of inclusivity, transparency and accountability.The Institute Police Officer is expected to support the WIT community by following the organization?s and department?s values and polices. The Institute Police Officer will provide a full range of law enforcement and security services. This position will investigate calls, complaints, and suspicious activity and incidents, will enforce laws, maintain order, assist people, identify criminal activity, apprehend offenders, identify the source of problems in the WIT community, and work with other law enforcement agencies to resolve issues. The Institute Police Officer will support the department?s mission by respecting the rights and dignity of all individuals while completing the functions of their job.This position will work both independently and cooperatively to provide pro-active police protection and crime prevention consistent with community policing standards. This position will ensure the safety of the WIT community in an orderly, efficient, and professional manner. It is expected that the Institute Police Officer will conduct investigations of issues and crimes which lead to identification, apprehension, and prosecution of offenders.Required Qualifications:Must be academy certified and able to obtain Special State Police Officers License (SSPO) from the Colonel of the Massachusetts State Police. Graduate from an academy certified by the Municipal Police Training Council Academy, Special State Police Officer Training Academy, or Massachusetts Reserve Intermittent Training Academy. License to carry a firearm in Massachusetts. Must successfully pass a comprehensive background assessment that includes criminal history, driving record, medical examination, psychological evaluation including drug screening, and an inclusive appraisal of work history.This position requires driving a university vehicle or a personal vehicle on behalf of the university; therefore, the incumbent must successfully complete a motor vehicle history check and possess and maintain a current, valid driver?s license in their state of residence. Offers of employment are contingent upon meeting all minimum qualifications including the motor vehicle check requirement.This position may regularly be required to work evenings and weekends.
Internal Number: 8170
The five educational institutions that make up Colleges of the Fenway view diversity as a key component in the growth of our students' educational experience as well as our ongoing journey as professionals charged with maintaining the world class status of our institutions. By drawing from a wide cultural palette, we ensure that we have access to the full range of talent available. Through our respect for the vast array of backgrounds we create an environment that will help that talent grow. It is within an environment of respect that we are able to build and work toward our goals. Our goal is to create an atmosphere that values mutual respect. All Colleges of the Fenway members have policies and practices designed to safeguard our healthy environment as well as provide the support and access needed to do so. The Colleges of the Fenway are located in the heart of Bostons academic, scientific and cultural communities and is within walking distance from landmarks such as the Museum of Fine Arts, Fenway Park, Symphony Hall and world renowned medical institutions. Jobs at Emmanuel College: http://emmanuel.edu/About_Emmanuel/Employment.htmlJobs at Massachusetts College of Art and Design...: http://www.massart.edu/About_MassArt/Careers.htmlJobs at Massachusetts College of Pharmacy and Health Sciences: http://www.mcphs.edu/about-mcphs/careers-at-mcphsJobs at Simmons College: http://simmons.edu/overview/about/jobs/Jobs at Wentworth Institute of Technology: https://jobs.wit.edu/