Schedule Information: Varies on the needs of the department
Hours per Week: 0-18
Duties of Position: CSO duties include patrolling college properties, performing designated security, parking enforcement activities and various administrative functions, thereby assisting the campus community, the general public and the Harper College Police Department. CSO promotes and maintains favorable college-community relations.
CSO is responsible for the day-to-day safety and security of college property. They open and close facilities as requested. They conduct crime prevention spot checks of college assets. They enforce parking regulations. They resolve a multitude of issues that do not require the services of a Police Officer. In accomplishing these duties the may:
Enforcing parking and permit regulations.
Perform escort services.
Lock/unlock college buildings/facilities.
Provide jumpstarts for stalled vehicles.
Observe and report suspicious activity, hazardous conditions and/or actual criminal violations.
Provide security services for campus organizations and functions.
Give directions and other types of aid to the campus community.
Perform various enforcement, administrative, security and investigative functions as directed.
Reports any building problems, such as broken doors, locks, windows, vending machines, leaking roofs and pipes and building heating/cooling problems.
Inspects college property and observes college activities for unsafe conditions which may lead to injury, takes appropriate action to correct any unsafe practice or condition and reports all other safety hazards to a supervisor.
Assists students, faculty, staff and visitors with directions, vehicle problems, medical problems and provides other information and assistance as necessary.
Directs traffic and pedestrian flow as required.
Assists the Harper College Police Officers as directed.
Relieves dispatchers as required.
Performs other relevant duties as assigned.
Educational Requirements: High School Graduate required or equivalent education and experience. Associate degree preferred.
Be at least eighteen years of age.
Valid Illinois Driver’s license with good driving record.
Experience Requirements: Excellent communicative skills (English) – both spoken and written.
Working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite and other computer-based duties.
Application Review Date: Applications are accepted until the position is filled though priority will be given to applications received on or before: February 20, 2020
Required Documents: ***A resume and cover letter are required to complete the application process***
* Official transcripts required upon hire
* Employment is contingent upon Criminal Background Check.
* Employment sponsorship is not available.