Security Officer (night shift)
Reset’s security officers play an important role in maintaining the safety of our students and the culture of our campus. Security officers work evening and overnight shifts at Reset’s residential campus, and are responsible for monitoring the external areas to deter, report and stop rule violations or trespasses. Key responsibilities include:
- Responsibly patrols and monitors exterior areas of the residence and grounds to deter, report and stop violations of the law and trespasses.
- Patrols, detects, investigates, and reports unauthorized or suspicious persons, vehicles and activities
- Assists administrators and staff in crisis and emergency situations
- Notifies Reset staff, police, fire department, or other appropriate authorities of security or emergency situations
- Works with Reset staff in professionally and appropriately handling serious student offenses and law violations
- Maintains security records, logs, and reports and reviews security cameras and footage
- Attends all staff development trainings and meetings (Wednesdays 10am-1pm, included in schedule below)
- Reads and responds to email communications and text messages
- Primarily evenings, overnight, and weekends.
- Active Security Card License (Guard card)
- Work experience as security guard
- Ability to professionally communicate with neighbors and police as necessary
- Experience with surveillance, detection, and reporting
- Ability to operate and train staff in use of security cameras
- Excellent knowledge of general public safety and security protocols
- High school diploma, GED, or equivalent work experience
NOTE: Candidates must complete this application, in addition to the questions below, in order for their application to be complete.
We offer a competitive hourly wage (starting at $15-19 per hour) based on qualifications and experience. The Reset Foundation is an equal opportunity employer. People of color, women, veterans, people with disabilities, members of the LGBTQI community and other minority groups are encouraged to apply.