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The Human Resources Department announces the
position of Police Officer reporting to the Director
of Public Safety, Lieutenant, and/or Sergeant. This position provides law
enforcement and public safety services to the University community. This is a
sworn position and requires the carrying of a firearm.
include: enforce the laws legislated by the
Commonwealth of Pennsylvania and the rules/regulations established by the
University; provide law enforcement, security and public safety related
services to the University community in an effort to enhance the safety and
security of people and property; conduct proactive mobile and foot patrols in
an effort to deter or detect criminal activity, security breaches, or public
safety issues; respond to incidents and/or requests for assistance by the
University community and take appropriate action to either resolve or contain a
situation; conduct preliminary investigations of criminal and related
non-criminal incidents; document criminal and related non-criminal incidents,
using established departmental reports and/or forms, in an accurate and timely
manner; ensure that designated University facilities are locked and unlocked at
specified times; provide traffic and crowd control, as directed, during special
events or when necessary/appropriate; enforce all rules and regulations
pertaining to the University Parking Program by issuing parking citations during
the course of their assigned shift; enhance the University community’s
awareness about safety and security issues through informal discussions and
formal programming, as directed; provide general information to the University
community and its visitors, when requested; and perform related public safety
duties as required.
· Certification under Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Act 120
(Municipal Police Officers Education Training Commission).
Certification by PA State Police under public law Act 235, lethal weapons
act required within six (6) months of employment.
Valid Pennsylvania Driver’s License.
Previous law enforcement experience preferred, ideally in
a campus setting.
Bachelor or Associate Degree preferred.
Internal Application Deadline: August 17, 2015
External Application Deadline: Until Position Is Filled
Starting Date: As Soon As Possible