Job Description – Assistant Shift Safety Supervisor (Lieutenant) (190240)
Assistant Shift Safety Supervisor (Lieutenant) – (190240)
Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University is seeking an Assistant Shift Safety Supervisor (Lieutenant) for the Daytona Beach campus. The Assistant Shift Safety Supervisor provides for the general safety and security of the campus community by delivering department services, conducting 24 hour preventive patrols by vehicle, foot, golf cart and bicycle, providing lock and unlock services, investigating and documenting incidents, enforcing rules and regulations, responding to emergency conditions, and assisting the Captain with supervising the appropriate shift. The assistant supervisor is an integral part of the department’s management team and provides initial response to dangerous incidents involving weapons. Must possess, or have the ability to obtain, a D security officer license and G statewide firearms license. This G license position requires the ability to complete G license training requirements, including successful range proficiency. Additional requirements include successful completion of department training to include OC/handcuff restraint, field training and other programs as required. Must be physically fit as emergency situations may call for rigorous physical activity.
Responsibilities include the following:
Perform routine and special safety and security duties associated with shift, and deliver safety services as required.
Assist the Captain in providing direction and supervision of Shift Safety Officers (full-time, part-time, and student assistants) during assigned shift, and providing for the safety and security of campus personnel and property.
Provide special supervision during incidents involving security or safety matters. Notify Director of Campus Safety & Security and other administrators as required.
Review and approve shift paperwork, and prepare daily shift summary.
Assist in performing shift scheduling duties, conducting shift briefings and maintaining strong working knowledge of department policies and procedures.
Assist with training and professional development of Shift Safety Officers. Assist in maintaining performance evaluations of assigned staff.
All other duties as assigned.
The Embry-Riddle Campus Safety & Security department is a 24/7 operation which must be staffed at minimum levels all times. As such, unscheduled occasional overtime is required as needed or when special university details occur. The Assistant Shift Safety Supervisor (Lieutenant) may be required to work one or more of the following shifts:
A shift 7:00 A.M. – 3:00 P.M.
B shift 3:00 P.M. – 11:00 P.M.
C shift 11:00 P.M. – 7:00 A.M.
High School Diploma or GED.
At least 3-5 years of work related experience.
In addition to D license requirements (Must have or earn D license and successfully complete department training to include OC/handcuff restraint, field training and other programs as required. Must be physically fit as emergency situations may call for rigorous physical activity.), this G license position requires the ability to complete G license training requirements, including successful range proficiency.
Excellent verbal communication abilities.
Ability to write legibly, speak clearly, and manage multiple and sometimes stressful tasks (involving radio, phone, and personal communications) at the same time.
Associate’s degree preferred.
Prior law enforcement, public safety or emergency services experience is desirable.
Physical requirements for this position include the following:
Ability to ascend several flights of stairs in a building emergency.
Ability to walk quickly or run from one portion of campus to another.
Must be able to walk or stand during the course of a shift when required.
Must be able to sit, in confined space, for extended periods of time.
Driving and Background Requirements:
Due to the nature of this position, qualified candidate must have a background free of felony convictions, crimes of violence or moral turpitude. Qualified candidates must also have a clean driving record, a valid Florida driver’s license, possess or have the ability to obtain both a "D" and a "G" license from State Division of Licensing. Candidate also must meet the University’s standards for approved drivers. Unacceptable driving records may include the following (for three years from the date of each occurrence):
More than 3 moving violations and/or accidents in three years.
More than 2 moving violations and/or accidents in any year.
A major conviction in the last three years, including (but not limited to) driving while intoxicated, leaving the scene of an accident, reckless driving, and/or homicide or assault by motor vehicle.