PSL Security Officer, SR (1050 STEWART ST)

Physical Science Laboratory

1050 stewart street
compensation: Salary to commensurate with education and experience.
employment type: full-time
job title: PSL Security Officer, Sr
Classification Summary:
Under general supervision, responsible for protecting organization premises and property. On a routine basis, inspects grounds to ensure security requirements are met. Controls and monitors access to buildings. May be required to enforce parking regulations and report fire and safety hazards. Reports atypical situations to management. May use electronic surveillance equipment. Requires the ability to react quickly in sensitive situations. Frequently reports to a security supervisor or a security manager.

Job Duties and Responsibilities:
Security officers can be utilized to work NMSU special events such as sporting events, concerts, and campus activities that require a security presence; and/or sight/building security for any assigned location associated with the university system. They may be required to conduct and assist in security monitoring; building or secured area access control; surveillance monitoring; campus/sight security associated with NMSU/DACC/PSL throughout the State of NM; conducting screening measures at building/sight entrances; alcohol monitoring at events; assist with traffic escorts; event control over watch; assist police officers with traffic control at events and at crash sites; and crowd control management depending upon their specific assignment/job function within the university system. Please refer to the below clarification regarding required education, experience, certification/license, and/or equivalency.

Special Requirements:
Must be a U.S. Citizen
This position is subject to random drug testing in compliance with its drug-free workplace requirements.
Ability to obtain a DoD Clearance and maintain clearance through employment.
This position has been established as a primary key position under the “All Hazard Continuity of Operations Plan (COOP)” and is essential to operational continuity and/or recovery. In an emergency, primary key positions are required to report to work unless directed by supervisor or public safety authorities not to report for health and safety reasons.
1. Polygraph Examination
2. Medical Examination
3. Test for Illicit Drug Use
4. Psychological Examination
5. Final Background Check
6. Obtain and provide evidence of Police Officer Certification from the State of New Mexico within 12 months (NMSA 29-7-6)
7. Agreement to remain with the NMSU Police Department for two (2) years.
8. Ability to perform essential job functions.

For more information or to apply please use website link: https://careers.nmsu.edu/jobs/499730
NMSU is an equal opportunity and affirmative action employer. Posting may fill multiple positions.
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post id: 7743388610



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