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Campus Security Officer

Company: Government jobs
Location: Montebello
Posted on: January 19, 2023

Job Description:

Description

Position Information:

This is an Open Competitive recruitment to create an eligibility list for current and future vacancies. Incumbents in this classification are responsible for patrolling school buildings, grounds, parking areas and areas adjacent to school property to maintain order and security. Applicants must submit proof of all required documents to be considered for the recruitment process.

GENERAL PURPOSE

Under general supervision, monitors and patrols school buildings, grounds, parking areas, and areas adjacent to school property to maintain order and security; facilitates communication between students and staff to enhance understanding and promote a safe learning environment; provides interventions; teaches and reinforces behavior expectations; conducts wellness and academic checks for all students, including but not limited to English Learners, Foster, and low income; and performs related duties as assigned.

DISTINGUISHING CHARACTERISTICS

With direction from a school administrator, incumbents in the classification monitor and patrol school buildings, grounds, and adjacent areas to maintain order and safety and to prevent illegal acts. This classification is distinguished from Yard Supervision Aide in that a Campus Security Officer supervises student conduct to prevent vandalism, theft, or other illegal activities, while a Yard Supervision Aide maintains order outside of the classroom, under the supervision of school administrators, teachers, or support staff. Duties

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES

The duties listed below are intended only as illustrations of the various types of work that may be performed. The omission of specific statements of duties does not exclude them from the position if the work is similar, related or a logical assignment to this class.

  • Monitors and patrols school buildings, yards, parking areas, and adjacent areas to maintain order and safety and prevent illegal acts; circulates on and adjacent to school campus to prevent altercations and campus disorder.
  • Observes and checks students or visitors who appear to be loitering and are out of class and determines appropriate action; checks and locks doors, windows and gates; operates a two-way radio as needed.
  • Supervises student conduct to prevent vandalism, theft and other illegal activities; observes and reports to law enforcement agencies acts by persons that contribute to delinquency or injury of students.
  • Provides interventions, teaches and reinforces expectations, and conducts wellness and academic checks for all students, including but not limited to English Learners, Foster, and low income.
  • Controls crowds at athletic and special events to provide for physical safety of people and to prevent fights, property damage, and misconduct; assists law enforcement personnel in apprehending students suspected of crimes.
  • Assists in directing emergency evacuations and other activities relating to the safety of individuals; observes and reports hazards or activities that might result in negligence or legal charges against the District or its personnel related to the treatment or safety of youth.
  • Provides information to students concerning the law as it applies to juveniles and community resources.
  • Prepares records and reports involving student referrals, crimes or incidents as assigned.
  • Performs investigations related to crimes; investigates incidents prior to escorting students to the school administrator's office.
  • Facilitates communications between students, school and District officials and staff to enhance understanding and promote a safe and secure environment; attends and participates in District conferences related to safety and security.
  • Communicates with key leaders of local gangs; monitors local gang activities by establishing communications and effective relationships with gang leaders to minimize potential gang related incidents affecting campus security; monitors key gang members for weapon possession.
  • Responds to teacher requests for assistance in the classroom; assists in incidents involving students with weapons and/or under the influence of drugs or alcohol. Qualifications

    MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS

    Knowledge of:

  • California state penal code sections related to juveniles.
  • Record keeping techniques.
  • Basic investigation techniques.
  • Adolescent behaviors.
  • Skills utilized to maintain positive relationships with students and adults.
  • Interpersonal skills using tact, patience, and courtesy.
  • Health and safety regulations.
  • Individual and group behavior related to adolescents.
  • Positive interventions and support.
    Ability to:

  • Monitor and patrol school buildings, yards, parking areas, and adjacent areas to maintain order and prevent illegal acts.
  • Monitor and patrol campus to maintain order, safety, and security in a school setting.
  • Assure student compliance with school and District policies and regulations.
  • Prepare records and reports involving incidents, field interviews, accidents, vandalism, crime, gangs, student detention, and wellness and academic checks.
  • Interpret, apply, and explain rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
  • Perform duties with patience, tact, and good judgment within established guidelines.
  • Facilitate communications between students, school, and District officials and staff to enhance understanding and promote a safe and secure learning environment.
  • Learn District organization, operations, policies and objectives.
  • Read and write English at a level required for successful job performance.
  • Understand and follow oral and written directions.
  • Communicate effectively both orally and in writing.
  • Establish and maintain cooperative and effective working relationships with others.
  • Observe situations and accurately determine effective courses of action.
    Education, Training, and Experience:

  • Graduation from high school or G.E.D. equivalent.
  • One (1) year of full time paid or volunteer security experience.
    Experience working with youth in an organized setting is highly desirable.

    Licenses; Certificates; Special Requirements:

    • A valid California driver's license and the ability to maintain insurability under the District's insurance policy.
    • Certification of completion of school security officer training course developed by the Bureau of Investigative Services of the Department of Consumer Affairs in consultation with the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training in accordance with SB 1626 and SB 390, pursuant to California Education Code Section 38001.5.
    • District security attire and equipment will be supplied at District expense.
      PHYSICAL AND MENTAL DEMANDS

      The physical and mental requirements indicated below are examples of the physical and mental aspects that this position classification must perform in carrying out essential job functions.

      • Lift, carry, push, pull, bend, twist, stoop, kneel, walk, run, and crawl.
      • Lift and carry 50 pounds or more.
      • Outdoor and indoor environment.
      • Reach in all directions.
      • Stand, sit and walk for extended periods of time.
      • Read, interpret, and apply rules, regulations, policies and procedures.
      • Contact with dissatisfied or abusive individuals.
      • Subdue or restrain persons.
      • Verbal and/or physical confrontations.
      • Hearing and speaking to exchange information.
      • Maintain physical fitness.
      • Work at a desk, conference table, cafeteria, or in meetings of various configurations.
        Persons with disabilities may be able to perform the essential duties of this class with reasonable accommodation. Reasonable accommodation will be evaluated on an individual basis and depend, in part, on the specific requirements for the job, the limitations related to disability and the ability of the selection authority to accommodate the limitation. Examination Information

        Examination Steps:

        Evaluation of submitted job applications: Qualifying (NO WEIGHT) - Applicants must submit a full application, including proof of Education, Driver License, proof of insurability, and certificate of completion for specialized training course (in accordance with SB 1626 and SB 390). Failure to attach any of the required documents will result in disqualification from the recruitment process.

        After the evaluation of minimum qualifications, examination parts for this recruitment may include, but are not limited to the following: scored supplemental questionnaire, written exam, performance exam, oral appraisal interview, physical ability test, oral presentation, project assignment, etc.

        The Personnel Commission reserves the right to change, alter, cancel, add or modify examination parts, as well as weights and dates.

        The District offers eligible employees and their dependents medical insurance coverage with benefits as determined by the MUSD Health and Welfare Benefit Committee.

        Vision care, Life insurance and EASE (Employee Assistance Services for Education) benefits are provided at no cost to all bargaining unit employees whose regular assignment is less than 4 hours.

        Employees eligible for health and welfare benefits shall be allowed to supplement the District's health and welfare contribution to provide full coverage for all health and welfare benefits.

        Questions regarding the definition of "eligible employee" should be directed to the Payroll & Benefits Department who can review your particular employment status and advise accordingly of your eligibility for benefits.

        Please click here for more information or visit the MUSD Benefits website: http://www.montebello.k12.ca.us/benefits.

        01 INSTRUCTIONS: Your responses to the questions below will be reviewed as part of the recruitment process. Applicants are responsible for providing specific examples of relevant experience. You will not be allowed to clarify your experience once the application is submitted and all information will be reviewed as-is. Make sure to attach all required documents. Only documents attached to your application will be used to evaluate your eligibility for this recruitment. Answer the questions truthfully and accurately. Your responses to these questions will be further evaluated in upcoming test parts, and any sign of intentional misinformation or exaggeration will result in disqualification from the examination process and possible bar from future employment opportunities with Montebello Unified School District. The job-related questions are intended to identify the candidates who meet and exceed the minimum qualifications. Candidates deemed MOST qualified will be invited to continue in the examination process. Type your name below to indicate that you have read and understood the above statement.

        02 -If transcripts are being attached as proof of education, they MUST list a graduation date or a confer date. -Foreign degrees / transcripts must be evaluated for US equivalency in order to be considered valid. Failure to attach proof of education following these guidelines will result in disqualification from the recruitment process. What is the highest level of education you have completed?
        • 12th grade no diploma
        • GED
        • High School Diploma
        • Completed High School and some college
        • Associates Degree or Higher

          03 Do you have a valid Driver's License?
          • Yes
          • No

            04 Do you have current automobile liability insurance coverage?
            • Yes
            • No

              05 This classification requires certification of completion of school security officer training course developed by the Bureau of Investigative Services of the Department of Consumer Affairs in consultation with the Commission on Peace Officer Standards and Training in accordance with SB 1626 and SB 390, pursuant to California Education Code Section 38001.5. Do you posses a certificated of training in accordance with SB 1626?
              • Yes
              • No

                06 Do you poses certificated SB 390, pursuant to California Education Code Section 38001.5?
                • Yes
                • No

                  07 Please indicate how many years of paid or volunteer security experience you posses?
                  • No experience
                  • 0-10 Months
                  • 1 -3 years
                  • 3-5 years
                  • 5-10 years

                    08 Which of the following statements best describes your work experience patrolling school buildings, yards, parking areas and adjacent areas to maintain order and security and prevent illegal acts?
                    • I have limited or no background in this activity.
                    • I have done parts of this under others direction.
                    • I have done this independently, but only occasionally.
                    • I have done this as a regular part of my job duties.
                    • I have done this extensively and at a high level of complexity.

                      09 Which of the following statements best describes your work experience circulating on and adjacent to school campus to prevent altercations and campus disorder?
                      • I have limited or no background in this activity.
                      • I have done parts of this under others direction.
                      • I have done this independently, but only occasionally.
                      • I have done this as a regular part of my job duties.
                      • I have done this extensively and at a high level of complexity.

                        10 Which of the following statements best describes your work experience observing and checking students or visitors who appear to be loitering and are out of class and determines appropriate action?
                        • I have limited or no background in this activity.
                        • I have done parts of this under others direction.
                        • I have done this independently, but only occasionally.
                        • I have done this as a regular part of my job duties.
                        • I have done this extensively and at a high level of complexity.

                          11 Which of the following statements best describes your work experience checking and locking doors, windows and gates?
                          • I have limited or no background in this activity.
                          • I have done parts of this under others direction.
                          • I have done this independently, but only occasionally.
                          • I have done this as a regular part of my job duties.
                          • I have done this extensively and at a high level of complexity.

                            12 Which of the following statements best describes your work experience operating a two-way radio when needed?
                            • I have limited or no background in this activity.
                            • I have done parts of this under others direction.
                            • I have done this independently, but only occasionally.
                            • I have done this as a regular part of my job duties.
                            • I have done this extensively and at a high level of complexity.

                              13 Which of the following statements best describes your work experience observing and reporting to law enforcement agencies acts by persons that contribute to delinquency or injury of students?
                              • I have limited or no background in this activity.
                              • I have done parts of this under others direction.
                              • I have done this independently, but only occasionally.
                              • I have done this as a regular part of my job duties.
                              • I have done this extensively and at a high level of complexity.

                                14 Which of the following statements best describes your work experience assisting in directing emergency evacuations and other activities relating to the safety of individuals?
                                • I have limited or no background in this activity.
                                • I have done parts of this under others direction.
                                • I have done this independently, but only occasionally.
                                • I have done this as a regular part of my job duties.
                                • I have done this extensively and at a high level of complexity.

                                  15 Which of the following statements best describes your work experience preparing records and reports involving student referrals, crimes or incidents as assigned?
                                  • I have limited or no background in this activity.
                                  • I have done parts of this under others direction.
                                  • I have done this independently, but only occasionally.
                                  • I have done this as a regular part of my job duties.
                                  • I have done this extensively and at a high level of complexity.

                                    16 Which of the following statements best describes your work experience facilitating communications between students, school and District officials and staff to enhance understanding and promote a secure environment?
                                    • I have limited or no background in this activity.
                                    • I have done parts of this under others direction.
                                    • I have done this independently, but only occasionally.
                                    • I have done this as a regular part of my job duties.
                                    • I have done this extensively and at a high level of complexity.

                                      17 Please provide detailed information regarding your experience related to the Campus Security Officer. Make sure to include the name and contact information of your supervisor(s) at the time. Type "N/A" if you lack such experience.

                                      18 The following are all the required documents that need to be attached in order for your application to be complete: 1) Proof of education (High School GED Equivalent) 2) Driver License 3) Proof of insurability 4)Certificate of Completion for School Security Guard training course SB 1626 5) SB 390 Failure to attach any of these 5 documents will result in disqualification from the recruitment process. Please ensure your applications has all 5 attachments mentioned above to your job application. Did you attach all the required documents with your application?
                                      • Yes
                                      • No

                                        * Required Question

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