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Public Safety (Greene & Chelton) - Security - Philadelphia

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Posted on Oct 12, 2017
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Part Time Public Safety needed for Male Housing Program
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Job Title: Public Safety Staff
IMMEDIATE SUPERVISOR Public Safety Officer, Shift Supervisor
The Public Safety Officer performs safety, loss prevention, parking and traffic control duties within an assigned area of the , conducts regular patrols and responds to emergency situations as appropriate
The Public Safety Officer enforces parking and traffic regulations, provides directions and information, and renders assistance (including CPR/AED and first aid) to residents, members, staff and visitors
The Public Safety Officer is instrumental in crime and theft prevention/reduction through active patrol and policing efforts which include, but are not limited to making building rounds, and having positive interaction with the general public, residents, members, and staff population.
MINIMUM ACCEPTABLE QUALIFICATIONS; A high school diploma or the equivalent is required.
Experience: With a high school diploma, at least one year of work experience is required; experience in positions involving customer service, safety and security operations, parking and traffic control, fire prevention or related fields, such as hotel security, airport gate security, department store security, private security firm, parking garage attendants, or military police experience (copy of DD214 required) is preferred
With an Associate's degree in Criminology or Criminal Justice, or with a Bachelor's degree in Criminology or Criminal Justice, no experience is required.
Skills: Effective verbal and written communication skills are required
Excellent interpersonal skills are required
The ability to work without constant supervision and within a framework of specific guidelines is required
Knowledge of methods and procedures related to public safety activities, including patrol, crime prevention, criminal investigation, and traffic control is required
The ability to react quickly and appropriately to emergencies and threatening situations, make accurate observations and remember details of situations and individuals, and correctly interpret and apply policies, laws, rules, ordinances, and regulations to individual circumstances is required
The ability to learn to operate the full range of department emergency systems, develop knowledge of GLEC buildings and geography, and work effectively as a team member and individual is required
The ability to develop knowledge of, respect for, and skills to engage with those of other cultures or backgrounds is required.
Certification and Licenses: Annual certification for Adult/Child cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) and Automatic External Defibrillators (AED) is required; proficiency will be demonstrated yearly
First Aid training will be completed yearly

Training: All newly hired Public Safety Officers will successfully complete a 24-hour Public Safety Officer training prior to being assigned to a shift
CPR, AED and First Aid certifications will be provided on completion of required courses.
Effort: The nature of this position requires extended periods of standing, the ability to move quickly throughout on foot, including climbing stairs in all buildings
The ability to lift and carry equipment weighing up to 50 pounds is required
This position occasionally works in confined spaces and at heights
Work is performed primarily indoors and limited out-of-doors, in varied weather conditions
Employees in this job classification are designated as essential employees and must report to work as scheduled when offices are closed due to holidays or severe weather.
Maintains a safe and secure environment for residents, members, staff and visitors as well as buildings, facilities, and grounds by regularly patrolling hourly, observing for unauthorized personnel or activities, enforcing rules, regulations and policies, and reporting violations to the appropriate authority, checking doors and locks for proper operation, securing and locking buildings and windows as directed, rendering assistance, and responding to emergency situations as appropriate.
Reduces the potential for injury, loss of life, property theft, and/or destruction of property by conducting visual surveys while conducting area checks and patrols potentially dangerous or unsafe areas, buildings, and conditions, (e.g., inoperative lighting, unlocked doors, insecure stairway railing, etc.), routinely inspecting all firefighting/prevention equipment, conducting fire inspections for hazardous materials or conditions, and making on-the-spot corrections if possible or reporting the conditions to an appropriate authority for correction.
Enforces parking and traffic regulations by being knowledgeable of the parking and traffic regulations, advising members, residents, staff, and visitors about the parking rules and regulations, rendering assistance during traffic accidents, and preparing reports regarding on traffic accidents and incidents of policy violations
Assists in responding to weather, fire, medical, and security emergencies as well as natural disasters by following procedures prescribed in the Emergency Handbook for those emergencies or as directed by Management.
Renders assistance to injured residents, members, staff, and visitors by obtaining and maintaining certification in cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR/AED) and first aid, performing CPR or rendering first aid to the injured person(s), determining the need for medical attention beyond the capability to provide, contacting the appropriate agency/office to facilitate emergency medical attention, and remaining with the injured person(s) until relieved by an appropriate authority.
Promotes an awareness of safety issues by talking to residents, members, staff, and others, distributing informational materials regarding safety during normal patrol duties, and attending briefings or training as scheduled by the Assistant Director.
Encourages a proactive approach to safety by meeting with the managers to discuss specific vulnerabilities to person, property, and equipment loss, assisting with the development of programs to alleviate or reduce identified vulnerabilities, monitoring the progress of the programs that have been developed, and adjusting or modifying those programs as needed to improve safety.
Promotes a positive image by providing directions and information to residents, members, staff, and visitors regarding facilities, and activities, and rendering such assistance as requested within capability to provide (e.g., battery jumps for dead car batteries, use of telephone, etc.).
Contributes to a work environment that encourages knowledge of, respect for, and development of skills to engage with those of other cultures or backgrounds.
Remains competent and current through self-directed professional reading, attending professional development courses, and attending training and/or courses required by the Assistant Director.
Contributes to the overall success and morale of the Public Safety Department by adhering to the Policy and Procedures and performing all other duties and responsibilities as assigned in a professional manner.
This position ensures that programs are meeting the standards of providing a safe and secure environment for residents, members, visitors and staff.
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Posted on Oct 12, 2017