The Campus Security Officer is responsible for protecting life and property, enforcing College/state rules, regulations, laws, and policies.  Emergency procedures and security requirements performed by the officer provides students, staff, faculty, and visitors with safe access to campus, as well as assistance in medical emergencies and various services. Additional responsibilities include the following: Enforce state laws within campus jurisdiction, and parking regulations based on WAC; issue citations, assist with traffic control, flow, providing directions to studentsCampus surveillance via vehicle/foot patrol for irregularities, damage, fire, prowlers, etc; lock/unlock buildingsRespond to medical emergencies, calls for assistance or service, and report of theft, assault, fire and burglar alarms; administer first aid as neededRespond to accidents/vehicle crimes, gather evidence/photos; locate witnesses, complete incident reportsPerform occasional outdoor tasks such as installing traffic signs, snow removal, battery jump-starts, unlocking car doors, and minor vehicle problem troubleshootingProvide security escorts for various departments/events including for financially-related transactionsPerform other duties as assigned of a similar nature and levelRequired Education & Experience:High school graduate or equivalentTwo (2) years of experience of full-time college in Police Science, OR allied field or two (2) years of police or campus security experience OR combination of experience and education (i.e. military experience)Licensing Requirements:Valid Washington State driver’s license; clean driving record (maximum of one [1] moving violation in the last twelve [12] months, no suspension/revocation of license for reckless driving, hit and run, leaving an accident scene, failure to appear, DUI, or other vehicle-related felony in the last five [5] years)No felony convictionsValid First Aid/CPR certification OR ability to obtain upon offer of employmentPreferred Education & Experience:College degree or coursework in Criminal JusticeKnowledge of: Washington Administrative Code (WAC) and the Revised Code of Washington (RCW) governing access to building/grounds and rules of behaviorIncident Command Systems for Higher Education 100 (ICS 100 HE)Microsoft Office applications including Excel, Outlook, PowerPoint and Word programsEmergency Response proceduresGeneral safety precautions and fire hazards; first aid; law enforcement basicsUse and operation of surveillance/security systems, burglar alarms and fire suppression systemsSkill in:Contributing to equity and inclusion by fostering a climate of multicultural understanding and awarenessAbility to provide and demonstrate excellence in customer servicePreparing clear/concise materials resulting in effective oral and written communicationObserving and detect suspicious situations, meeting emergencies, and employing effective courses of actionMultitasking with strong attention to detail while working under strict deadlines for completionMaintaining confidentiality and composure in an office or outdoor setting with frequent in-person interactionsTo view full job announcement and to apply, please visit http://www.shoreline.edu/jobs