SAFETY AND SECURITY DIRECTOR (P/T)
SAFETY & SECURITY DIRECTOR (P/T)
.5 FTE - DISTRICT
Work Year Base Salary Deadline Oct. 21, 2020 12 months As per Board Until Filled
POSITION TITLE DIRECTOR—SAFETY & SECURITY
Undergraduate Degree preferred. Equivalent career experience may be substituted for an Undergraduate degree if the experience is directly applicable. Minimum of five years of progressively responsible management experience in security or law enforcement, with demonstrated responsibility for emergency management, security and safety planning. Excellent verbal and written communication skills, as well as skills in interpersonal relations. Ability to build solid relationships with staff while holding staff accountable. Ability to prioritize tasks and lead a diverse workforce. Superior customer service and problem solving skills. Ability to use various security and computer software/hardware systems. Valid state driver's license in good standing. Knowledgeable of state and federal best practices. Must be able to pass pre-employment criminal history check. REPORTS TO Business Administrator JOB GOAL(S)
Maintain a safe and secure environment for students, employees and visitors by taking the lead to develop, establish and enforce safety and security policies, access control procedures, accident prevention efforts, support risk management efforts, emergency management, fire safety, and asset protection.
JOB RESPONSIBILITY AND AUTHORITY The primary responsibilities of the Safety & Security Director is to ensure compliance with policies and procedures, document security plans, conduct training sessions, and conduct regular safety inspections of the facilities. Update and redistribute security plans.
PRIMARY RESPONSIBILITIES 1.
Helps develop and communicates security policies and procedures by studying organization operations and schedules; establishes internal controls; conducts inspections as appropriate; reports potential hazards to appropriate departments;
Creates Standard Operating Procedures, safety and security manuals; coordinates and
conducts training sessions for, staff, parents and students.
Secures facilities, equipment, students and personnel by working in conjunction with the appropriate District departments in recommending safety and security equipment purchases and upgrades; maintaining records of fire and other emergency drills
and conducting drills when appropriate; supervising and maintaining access control.
Conducts and coordinates safety, security and emergency preparedness training by developing, scheduling and/or facilitating training for staff, students and security personnel relating to school safety, security and emergency preparedness. Provide
oversight, evaluation and documentation for safety, security and emergency preparedness training.
4. Conducts safety, security and emergency preparedness assessments of all school and support facilities. 5. Conducts safety and security planning with School Personnel, local government planners and coordinates these activities with first responders such as the police and fire departments.
Coordinates school safety compliance with federal, state and local regulations by studying existing and new requirements and overseeing and enforcing school-wide adherence to requirements.
Conducts investigations as directed.
Works with appropriate departments to meet operational security needs within budget; works with Finance, Facilities and Maintenance departments for capital improvements as needed; schedules expenditures.
Contributes to team effort by integrating safety, security and emergency preparedness measures into the organization's daily practices in a manner supportive of other departments and functions.
Coordinates safety planning and practice to support academic processes of each school by implementing best practices in safety, security and emergency preparedness with proper adaptation to the culture and environment so the process of education can be enhanced rather than impeded by safety efforts.
Responsible to maintain district's Emergency Operation Manuals.
12. Annual review of physical structures to recommend changes in entrance security and room security.
13. Coordinate physical walk through of facilities with police and fire personnel as required. 14. Responsible for ensuring that safety and security practices are culturally responsive and appropriate for a diverse and inclusive school community.
15. Responsible for providing oversight of security vendors / personnel.
WORKING RELATIONSHIPS OF THE POSITION To maintain effective relationships with teachers, parents, students, administrators and other supervisors.
TERMS OF EMPLOYMENT 12 Months - 20 hours per week