Functions of the Job
Interested applicants send cover letter and resume to:
and initial investigation of all reported crime related incidents, car
accidents, personal injuries, industrial or employee accidents, suspicious
activity, Homeland Security concerns etc.
all law enforcement agencies and emergency personnel called upon to assist the
university. (Mutual aid agreement in
place with local agencies)
documentation of all incidents and activity required by the U. S. Dept. of
Education for campus crime reporting purposes.
day and night patrols of all campus property (both foot and vehicle
patrols). Special patrols and or extra
patrols may also be designated for specific locations based on events and
lock up and opening of university buildings, designated classrooms and offices.
and traffic enforcement.
patrol assignments to deal with large events, crowds and parking concerns.
surveillance assignments as directed.
visual inspection of grounds and buildings during routine patrol to determine
any existing fire hazards, safety issues and immediate maintenance concerns to
be reported to Facilities.
patrol at sporting events with escorts for coaches & referees as required
by collegiate rules.
calls to assist people locked out of their car, office, with dead car batteries
etc. Note: when officers are tied up on routine security
functions, courtesy calls will be addressed if and when officers become
escorts for the university as needed.
of all mandatory security / law enforcement job related training and other
training as required.
not certified, - eventual certification with the ASP tactical baton, Pepper
Spray, Taser, CPR, AED, Basic First Aid and all required levels of NIMS.
duties as assigned.
University of Charleston
Attn: Molly George
2300 MacCorkle Avenue SE
Charleston, WV 25304
The University of Charleston is an Equal Opportunity Employer.