SENIOR SECURITY ASSISTANT, Office of Housing, Residence Safety
September 29, 2017
Monitor access of residents and guests to the large residences on campus. Enforce the Guest and other University policies and verify guest passes for accuracy. Confiscate misused, damaged, or altered forms of identification. Notify the proper authorities in the event of an emergency such as fire, crime, or medical problems. Communicate incidents and concerns, using the phone or radio equipment, to other departmental representatives. Write complete, concise, and accurate Incident and Fire Alarm Reports. Remain alert to surroundings at all times. Act as a front line representative of the University, providing information, direction and assistance to residents, guests and staff. Monitor the video displays for improper activities. Report any equipment related malfunctions to the supervisor on duty or to the Residential Safety Office. Attend at least two training sessions per year. Consult and review the Operations Manual on a regular basis.
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