Duties include vehicular and foot patrol of University property, enforcement of criminal and traffic laws, protection of people and property, investigation of crimes, completion of police reports, testimony in court, and assistance to other law enforcement agencies. Variable shifts, including nights, weekends, and holidays.
Requirements include a bachelor's degree in criminal justice or related field (such as political science, psychology or government studies), U.S. citizenship, PA Municipal Police Officers Education & Training Commission Act 120 Certification, Act 33 Pennsylvania Child Abuse History Clearance, Act 34 Pennsylvania Criminal Record Check, Act 73 FBI Criminal History Report, valid PA driver's license, and safe driving record are required. Two years' experience in a related field is preferred. Strong oral and written communication skills are necessary. Proficiency in Word, Excel spreadsheets and Outlook required.
Department: 44030-Bradford Security
Hiring Range: $26,988.00 - $43,212.00
Education Required: Baccalaureate
Overall Related Experience Level Required: 1-2 years experience
Additional Education And/or Experience Essential To the Position: Bachelor's degree in criminal justice or related field (such as political science, psychology or government studies), and safe driving record. Knowledge and successful completion of Firearms training and qualification. Strong oral and written communication skills are necessary. Proficiency in Word, Excel spreadsheets and Outlook required. Ability to interact with diverse populations. Two years' experience in a related field is preferred.
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