The Security Office at The New School is a 24 X 7 operation that seeks to ensure that the rights of every member of the campus community are respected and that there exists a safe and secure atmosphere in all campus buildings. We have an immediate opening for an Operations and Access Control Coordinator, reporting to the university's Director of Campus Safety. This position is responsible for maintenance of the university's Access Control system, and for facilitation of day-to-day operations in the Department of Campus Safety.
Key Responsibilities: - Manage the university's S2 Access Control System, including: grant and restrict New School student, faculty and staff card access create and/or maintain reader groups, portal groups, and time spec groups as needed schedule auto-unlock time specs monitor and distribute activity log data reports as requested. maintain Access Control Spreadsheets for each location - Manage Locksmith and Lock/Key Work Orders serve as sole coordinator of netfacilities for Campus Safety field all lock and key requests monitor the entire system for any “other” or “door repair” requests that have been mislabeled approve, assign, close-out and file the requests distribute keys and keep files of completed work orders - Report all equipment failures (cameras, computers, turnstiles, card readers, etc) to the technicians - Liaise with Accounting and manage use of university systems (MyNewSource, Concur) for any purchasing, travel and other business - Handle business and accounts associated with external vendors - Collect, organize, store, return donate, and maintain metrics on Lost and Found items - Manage all new hire, union, and NY State-mandated paperwork for Security Officers - Maintain regular office operations - Perform other assignments as required by the Director of Campus Safety
- Bachelors degree required - Excellent attention to detail - Familiarity with Microsoft Office suite of software
- Prior work experience in a university Campus Security office
The New School, a leading university in downtown New York City, offers degree and nondegree academic programs in design, the social sciences, the liberal arts, management, the arts, and media. Students benefit from small classes, superior resources, and renowned faculty members who practice what they teach. Continuing education courses and public programs place the university at the center of New York’s cultural and intellectual life.