Personnel Area (School): School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS)
Shift Security Supervisor
Regular duties and responsibilities
Supervise security and public safety staff, enforce departmental rules and regulations governing officers’ performance, initiate disciplinary action where appropriate.
Assists in the setup of weekly guard schedule; monitor assignment of overtime; initiate needed changes to cover unscheduled absences.
Investigate campus security incidents; prepare appropriate reports; ensure that proper campus personnel and/or external groups are notified when necessary (i.e., human resources, student affairs, MPD Responds medical emergencies, fire alarms, and directs security personnel as needed.
Trains and supervises contract security personnel. Provides general information at roll calls.
Assist in scheduling and conducting fire drills including the maintenance of records for Fire Department inspections.
Supervises and ensure accurate, complete, and correct report writing and documentation procedures and techniques, etc.
Serve as liaison to the contract guard service, campus personnel, students and other outside constituencies.
Resolve minor complaints or conflicts involving members of the campus community
Provide foot patrol of all university grounds and buildings
Conduct periodic walkthrough of all occupied buildings, ensures security officers conduct thorough patrols of campus buildings and ground
Monitors CCTV and alarm systems and respond to alerts
Supervises special events and assigned security personnel
Supervises security officers assigned to lock and unlock campus buildings and offices as necessary
Maintains security controls for issued University keys; safeguards and controls issued University equipment.
Watches for and reports irregularities, such as security breaches, facility and safety hazards, and emergency situations.
Remains alert for the presence of unauthorized persons and/or security code violators approaches suspicious persons and/or notifies police as appropriate.
General Supervisor Responsibilities.
Evaluate, assess and analyst performance of security personnel
Maintain all security devices and products in good working condition
Develop and implement preventative measures against accidents, thefts, and other risks
Ensure compliance of applicable policies and regulations while implement security measures
Acts as trouble shooter for any problems that might arise during the shift
Provide crime prevention training and education to the community we protect
Acts as Incident Commander until additional command resources arrive during a crisis
Conduct shift-based drills to ensure security personnel readiness
Maintains training and development records
Monitors and tracks the adherence to time and attendance standards
High school diploma or equivalent required.
2 years of law enforcement experience required. Experience in security environment, and experience with security and access control in a university, hospital, or hospitality environment strongly preferred.
3 to 5 years desirable.
At least one year experience in a supervisory capacity preferred.
Internal Number: 29242-en_US
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