The Safety and Security Officer is responsible for providing entry-level safety and security functions at the University and/or Campus Community, including any on-campus or off-campus areas where an AUC relationship exists. These officers promote lawful behavior and protect the welfare of students, faculty and staff, and visitors/contractors as a uniformed presence on campus. A safety & security officer performs foot patrols of the university campus to monitor behavior, secure buildings and property, investigate disturbances, maintain order during events and enforce regulations. They monitor the physical safety of campus buildings by locking and unlocking doors, patrolling or monitoring using surveillance systems, and reporting suspicious behavior. Safety & Security officers respond to incident scenes, provide first aid, and alert additional police or emergency personnel as appropriate. They maintain radio communication with other safety & security personnel on campus, helping to coordinate emergency plans. They also write and submit incident reports to safety & security supervisors.
The Safety and Security Officer is responsible for the following Essential Functions:
Candidates who have completed secondary education are preferred.
Successful candidates will be expected to have a minimum of one year of verifiable job experience. Candidates with at least one year of verifiable security or safety experience are preferred.
AUTHORITY AND ACCOUNTABILITY:
The Safety and Security Officer will be expected to work with minimal supervision. The Safety and Security Officer will report directly to the Safety and Security Supervisor, the Manager of Safety & Security, or in their absence a designee, who will be responsible for providing daily guidance. The Safety & Security Department requires all its personnel to work varying schedules including evenings, nights, weekends, and holidays. Personnel assigned to the department are considered essential personnel during and following emergencies.
Officer should expect to work in often uncomfortable indoor and outdoor locations, exposed to extreme weather including extreme heat and wet/humid conditions. Officer will be exposed to loud noises and vibration. Officers will work alone in low light and dark conditions.
Sitting: Remaining in the seated position
Stand: Remaining on one’s feet in an upright position at a workstation without moving about
Walking: Moving about on foot, climbing stairs, walking on uneven surfaces unassisted
Lifting: Raising or lowering an object from one level to another (includes upward pulling) 25-50 lbs
Carrying: Transporting an object, usually holding it in the hands or arms, or on the shoulder
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American University of the Caribbean School of Medicine (AUC) is an international medical school preparing physicians for careers in the United States, Canada, and worldwide. AUC was founded in 1978 and is fully accredited by the Accreditation Commission on Colleges of Medicine, which is recognized by the US Department of Education and the World Health Organization. AUC offers a diversity of students, primarily US citizens and permanent residents, with the opportunity to pursue a high-quality medical education. AUC graduates are practicing medicine in some of the most prestigious hospitals in the United States, with many earning Chief Resident positions and other positions of leadership.
AUC employs a U.S. model curriculum, with two years of medical sciences taught at the St. Maarten campus, followed by two years of clinical sciences taught at affiliated hospitals in the United States and United Kingdom. AUC is known for its student–centered environment, a faculty passionate about teaching, and a commitment to giving students who have the desire, the persistence, and the intellectual capacity an opportunity to become outstanding physicians. In 2013, AUC achieved a first-time pass rate of 97 percent on USMLE, which is on par with the rate achieved by US and Canadian schools, and above the rate achieved by osteopathic schools (94 percent) and international schools (79 percent).