ERAU-WW Building Monitors are responsible for the opening and closing of military education center classrooms for ERAU-WW use in the morning, evening and on the weekend, as appropriate. Building monitors are responsible for the safekeeping education center and ERAU owned classroom support equipment. This is a part-time, temporary. When classes are in session the monitor may work up to 6-10 hours a week in the evenings and on weekends.
Monitors shall report to the Education Service Officer or security police any information or circumstances of which they are aware may pose a threat to the security of DOD personnel, contractor personnel or resources.
Monitor shall be responsible for safeguarding all government property and controlled forms provided for contractor use. At the end of each work period, all government facilities, equipment, and materials shall be secured.
The monitor shall make sure all keys issued to the monitor, by the government, are not lost or misplaced and are not used by unauthorized persons. The monitor shall not duplicate any keys issued by the government. The monitor shall immediately report to the Education Services Officer any occurrences of lost key(s).
Opening, closing and securing all facilities used by education customers.
Set up classroom(s) as required e.g., adding, removing and arranging furniture as needed.
Issue learning aids as required and inspect such equipment for serviceability prior to and after use. Monitor proper use and safeguarding of all school and education property and equipment. Report abuse, damage and malfunctions to the education center personnel.
Maintain responsibility for overall facility and property management during each session. Ensure compliance with all safety, fire, and security rules and regulations. Monitor building and grounds for security. Notify the Security Police, and/or Fire Department of violations or discrepancies. Notify Civil Engineering at once when emergency work orders are needed.
Notify faculty members and students of emergency messages, official phone calls, or mission alert or recall activities.
Direct students and faculty members to assigned classrooms. Monitor hallways, break areas, off-site classrooms, and surrounding grounds to minimize any potential disruption to academic activities.
Ensure that all classrooms are returned to their original condition. Ensure that all equipment is properly stored.