1.Provide security services to the college community by enforcing College policies, patrolling campus, and securing assigned areas or buildings.
2.Patrol assigned zones observing campus activity, responding to concerns and deterring criminal activity.
3.Escort students and employees around campus and/or to the approved locations as requested.
4.Actively patrol campus property and buildings on foot, by vehicle, Segway or bicycle.
5.Maintain key control and/or access to secure and restricted locations. Monitor key card access to academic and residential buildings on campus.
6.Respond to burglar alarms, fire alarms and system trouble alarms.
7.Assist students, employees, and approved guests by unlocking buildings or residence hall rooms as appropriate.
8.Respond to campus situations including disputes, violations of College policy, medical and other emergencies. In cases of illness or injury, provide emergency first aid and/or CPR/AED to ill/injured persons, or assist in the transportation of persons when necessary. Coordinate with the Naperville Police and Fire Department and/or the Residence Life staff in responding to emergencies.
9.Assist with evacuations when fire alarms sound and direct individuals to safe areas in the event of severe weather. Warn campus community when severe weather is likely.
10.Intervene in and document behavior which is inconsistent with College policy or disruptive to the campus community.
11.Complete necessary administrative forms/reports related to campus safety. Provide accurate information and documentation of all information from participants and/or witnesses. Complete a Daily Activity Report and other paperwork as assigned by the Director or Assistant Director.
12.Provide vehicle jump starts to employees and students as needed.
13.Assist Director and/or Assistant Director in conducting investigations or special projects as requested.
14.Provide security services to organizations that rent the use of college property.
15.Appear in DuPage County Court and campus conduct hearings regarding incidents that occur in the college community when necessary.
16.Provide traffic/crowd control during scheduled activities or during emergency situations as necessary.
17.Enforce state, local and college parking rules and regulations. Keep excellent records of all citations and ensure that tickets are properly submitted to be entered into the system for tracking purposes and payment.
18.Apply vehicle immobilization boot per department protocol.
19.Attend and complete regular training including an overview of college and department policies, patrol and lock up procedures, city and state laws, customer service, crisis management, confrontation skills, conflict resolution, cultural diversity, report writing, self‐defense, parking enforcement, radio communications, safe driving practices, first aid, and working with faculty and staff. Become CPR/AED and First Aid trained within 90 days of employment.
20.Attend external training courses, classes, and seminars related to campus safety, which are offered by various agencies and companies to further develop protective service skills and knowledge.
21.Attend monthly staff meetings, quarterly division meetings and established training throughout the year.
22.Assist, as directed, in the hiring and training of new campus safety staff. Provide guidance and direction to student officers working within Campus Safety, as necessary.
23.Be approachable, attentive and responsive to requests for basic information and directions given to students, faculty, administration, staff and/or the general public.
24.Maintain positive relations with external law enforcement agencies to obtain or exchange relevant protective service information. Assist external law enforcement agencies when requested with issues concerning college students, faculty/staff and/or guests.
25.Fill departmental collateral assignments as assigned by a supervisor, such as concerts, special events, and sporting events. Serve on campus‐wide committees as assigned.
26.Clean and fuel campus safety vehicle(s).
27.Provide programs and presentations, which promote safety and security to students, faculty, administration and staff.
28.Other duties as assigned by the Campus Safety Director or Assistant Directors.
29.Perform other work‐related duties as assigned.
High school graduation or GED. Must be able to pass the College’s basic security training during the first 90 days of employment. Must be able to possess a certification in emergency CPR/AED and First Aid within the first 90 days of employment.
Prior security, military or law enforcement training or experience, or a combination of education and experience from which comparable knowledge and skills are strongly preferred. Experience in campus safety in a higher education setting is preferred.
Licenses or Certifications:
A valid driver’s license is required.
To provide for the safety, security and protection of persons, buildings and/or property within the college community, by enforcing state laws, federal laws and college policies as outlined in the student handbook. To promote safety consciousness among the entire campus community and to provide within given limitations, a secure environment for students, faculty, administration, staff, and guests of the College. To provide leadership for student campus safety officers. North Central College's full‐ and on call staff are expected to report for work fit for duty, which means able to perform their job duties in a safe, appropriate and effective manner, free from the adverse effects of physical, mental, emotional and personal problems.
Internal Number: 4999
About North Central College
North Central College, founded in 1861, is a selective, comprehensive liberal arts institution of 3000 students located 28 miles west of Chicago in Naperville, within walking distance of the Naperville Metra station. For information about the College, please visit the website at https://www.northcentralcollege.edu.