Campus Security Officer, R20059

Bellevue, WA

Posted: 7/24/20
Deadline: 10/20/20

About This Organization

The Bellevue College (BC) Public Safety Department’s well-trained and courteous staff provides personal safety, security, crime prevention, preliminary investigations, and other services to the campus community, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. The Public Safety staff provide non-violent crisis intervention during incidents or confrontational situations. All Public Safety staff are trained in basic CPR and emergency response for major incidents (e.g., Weather Conditions, Earthquake, Medical Emergency, Power Failure, Fire, Evacuation Procedures, Acts of Violence, Hazardous Substances, Bomb Threats, Weapons Use or Threats). The BC Public Safety Department acts as the first responder for all criminal incidents, provides general patrol of campus facilities and property, investigates collisions, manages traffic safety and parking, coordinates emergency preparedness planning, and provides crime prevention programs. The department responds to all reports of fire and/or medical aid, working in support of the Bellevue Fire Department.

Job Duties

Patrol campus buildings and grounds to maintain safety and security:

• Ensure adherence to institution rules and regulations, local, state, and federal statutes, and ordinances
• Lock and unlock buildings per the college schedule
• Contribute to a work environment that embraces diversity, equity, inclusion, and civility
• Patrol buildings and grounds and observing, reporting, and intervening in safety or security related situations including fire hazards, property damage, or other irregularities
• Provide customer service to campus community
• Maintain the ability to respond quickly to various locations throughout the campus by walking, running, and or climbing stairs

Investigate, Report writing and follow-up:

• Observe and report via in person and over Closed-Circuit Television (CCTV
• Conduct authorized investigations, collect information/evidence, and write reports regarding complaints, accidents, incidents and any possible criminal or policy violation activity.
• Administer first aid, CPR, Naloxone or an AED
• Coordinate and collaborate with other college departments such as Title IX, HR, Student Conduct, etc.
• Communicate with other Administrative Services staff via online, phone, or two-way radio
• Submit work orders, cordon off hazards, respond to alarms
• Maintain a daily activity report


• Vehicle battery jump start
• Vehicle unlock service
• Traffic control
• Write parking citations
• Participate and complete college and department assigned training
• Perform other duties as assigned

Required Qualifications

• High school graduation or equivalent
• One (1) year working experience as police or security or 45 credits of college-level education in police science or allied field
• Demonstrated ability to maintain and uphold confidentiality
• Demonstrated ability to maintain integrity and honesty
• Demonstrated ability to contribute to an environment that embraces diversity, equity, inclusion, and civility
• Demonstrated ability to provide customer service to students, staff and faculty of various ages and backgrounds
• Demonstrated ability to gather information from multiple sources and generate comprehensive incident reports
• Demonstrated ability to present and communicate in a positive, professional and respectful manner
• Demonstrated ability to take direction, receive feedback, adjust, and follow department chain of command
• Proficient with security/police incident technology including radio’s, computers, web-based applications, access control systems, and CCTV (closed circuit television) systems
• Ability to perform tasks requiring bending, stooping, standing, kneeling, walking and running significant distances; restraina and take into custody another person; lift or move up to the weight of a person; climb stairs. Must be able to perform duties in confined spaces and varying outdoor weather conditions

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