Security Officer (Weekend/Overnight)

Website Midwestern Seminary

Status: Part-Time

Reports to Chief of Security

OVERVIEW

The primary purpose of the Security Officer is to serve and protect all persons and property on the campus of Midwestern Baptist Theological Seminary. We do this by being highly trained, highly vigilant and highly professional.

This position could be overnights or weekends. This position will start as an unarmed position, unless the candidate has prior training.

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Unlock and secure buildings on a daily basis;
  • Monitor campus parking lots and issue citations when necessary;
  • Assist other agencies like the police and fire departments when an emergency situation arises on campus;
  • Conduct security rounds of the campus and housing areas;
  • During rounds, monitor the campus and housing areas for security risks or unsafe conditions that need addressing to include such items as lights that are not working;
  • Assist with parking and security needs during special campus events;
  • Assist with additional duties as requested by other departments;
  • Provide security escorts to students as they are needed;
  • Provide CPR as needed until emergency personnel arrive;
  • Provide on-call services when a security officer is not on duty;
  • Provide services to students such as jump starting their vehicle and unlocking their apartment doors when needed;
  • Complete a security and patrol log during the duration each shift;
  • Respond in a timely manner to all security calls, many of these will require various degrees of investigation as well as written reports;
  • Any other duties or responsibilities assigned by Chief of Security.

 

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Ability to obtain a Missouri Class A Security Office License
  • A valid state’s driver’s license and clean driving history
  • A clean criminal history with no pending court actions
  • Ability to maintain satisfactory attendance and punctuality standard
  • High school diploma or equivalent
  • A Christian with high integrity who is actively pursuing a relationship with Christ in a local church body that is involved with Great Commission work.
  • Must successfully pass the Midwestern Training Academy.