Commerce City, CO, US
Sep 15, 2018
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    Until Filled
  • EFFECTIVE: 2018/2019 School Year

    REPORTS TO: Senior Manager, Transportation/Grounds/Security
    SUPERVISES: Security Personnel
    SALARY: Support/Technical Employees' Salary Schedule Range 14
    WORK YEAR: 260 days, full-time
    STATUS: Exempt

    NATURE AND SCOPE OF JOB: The School Safety and Facilities Supervisor coordinates building safety, and law enforcement throughout the school district. The Supervisor works in collaboration with the Sr. Manager of Transportation/Grounds/Security, the Executive Director for Operations, the Director of Student Support Services, and building principals to establish appropriate regulations, procedures, and plans to ensure safe and secure schools and facilities. The Supervisor works in conjunction with the Executive Director of Human Resources/Legal/Risk to conduct internal investigations and refer incidents to Federal and State Law enforcement agencies.

    The Supervisor of School Safety and Facilities shall:
    1. Hold a Bachelors' degree from an accredited college or university or have the equivalent in 10+ years of the same work experience.
    2. Have extensive work with law enforcement agencies and particularly during emergency response protocol.
    3. Be able to work with police and safety personnel as well as school district staff.
    4. Hold and maintain a valid driver's license with no serious violations.
    5. Have excellent integrity and demonstrate good moral character and initiative.
    6. Exhibit a personality that demonstrates interpersonal skills to relate well with students, staff, administration, parents and the community.
    7. Demonstrate the ability to communicate effectively in English, both orally and in writing, using proper grammar and vocabulary.
    8. Provide proof of U. S. citizenship or legal resident alien status by completing Federal Form I-9 in compliance with the Immigration Reform and Control Act of 1986.
    9. Provide evidence that a criminal record history check has been conducted and clearance has been given by the Department of Education.
    10. If requested, provide evidence that health is adequate to fulfill the job functions and responsibilities, with reasonable accommodation pursuant to 42 U.S.C. 12101.
    11. Meet such alternatives to the above qualifications as the Superintendent may find appropriate and acceptable.

    • District application and resume.
    • Required documentation outlined in the qualifications above.
    • A minimum of three letters of reference from former employers, teachers, other professional sources.
    • Employment interview.

    The Supervisor of School Safety and Facilities shall be employed under the following terms:
    • Work year (260 days) or twelve months, exempt status.
    • Support/Technical (S/T) Employees' Range 14 salary, benefits, leave time and conditions in accordance with S/T Salary Schedule and benefits.
    • Conditions established by all laws and codes of the State, and all policies, rules, and regulations established by the Board of Education.

    The Supervisor of School Safety and Facilities shall:
    1. Serve as the school district's liaison to the local Police Department, Sheriff's Office, the Juvenile Justice System, and other related agencies.
    2. Establish clear lines of accountability and command within the school safety forces.
    3. Develop school safety plans that would help direct emergency responses.
    4. Establish and maintain a district Safety program, including:
      1. Appropriate lighting and signage;
      2. Building safety systems;
      3. Building surveillance systems;
      4. Equipment identification procedures;
      5. Student and personnel identification procedures;
      6. Visitor registration and identification procedures;
      7. Emergency plans for evacuations, lock downs, and other crisis;
      8. Safety staff orientation and training programs;
      9. Effective and efficient deployment of safety personnel; and
      10. Coordination of services with local, State and Federal Law enforcement and emergency agencies.
    5. Supervise the usage of facilities and ensure that buildings and their services meet the needs of the people that work in them.
    6. Accountable for services such as security and parking, to make sure the surrounding environment is safe and in a suitable condition for usage.
    7. In collaboration with the Executive Director of Human Resources, recruit, employ and train safety personnel as required.
    8. Direct the deployment of safety and law enforcement personnel to manage routine operations and emergency situations.
    9. Develop a constructive, proactive departmental philosophy, establish attendance, dress, and performance objectives for safety personnel, and develop operational procedures to guide personnel in the performance of their duties.
    10. Supervise district and contracted law enforcement and safety personnel.
    11. In collaboration with building principals, establish appropriate policies and procedures for student discipline.
    12. Coordinate procedures for the referral of students and staff to the Federal, State and Local agencies as required.
    13. Coordinate the compilation, analysis, and submission of substance abuse, violence and vandalism reports to the Board of Education and Federal, State and Local agencies as required.
    14. Direct the internal investigation of incidents involving students and/or personnel in compliance with Federal law, Colorado Statute and Administrative Code, District Policies and Procedures, and negotiated contractual agreements.
    15. Advise architectural design teams for construction and renovation projects relative to school safety.
    16. In collaboration with the administrator of professional development and Human Resources, provide training for district staff in child abuse, Megan's Law, and other areas as required by Federal and State, and/or a local initiative.
    17. Administer the budget for district safety to ensure the most cost -effective utilization of resources.
    18. Coordinate district collaborative efforts with municipal agencies for accident investigations, crossing guard deployment, law enforcement, traffic management, protection of property, health and fire inspections, and the development of emergency plans.
    19. Recommend policies, procedures and contract language to improve discipline, and safety.
    20. Serve as the district liaison to Federal, State, County and Local investigative, law enforcement, and judicial agencies, civil defense and emergency planning committees.
    21. Display the highest ethical and professional behavior in working with students, parents, school personnel, and outside agencies associated with the school.
    22. Serve as a role model for students and staff in demonstrating positive attitudes, appropriate attire and grooming, and an effective work ethic.
    23. Participate in appropriate in-service and workshop programs and attend any required meetings.
    24. Protect confidentiality of records and information about staff, and use discretion when sharing any such information within legal confines.
    25. Adhere to federal statutes and regulations, Colorado school law, construction codes, State Board of Education rules and regulations, Board of Education policies and procedures, and contractual obligations.
    26. Perform any duties and responsibilities that are within the scope of employment, as assigned by their supervisor, and not otherwise prohibited by law or regulation.
    27. Other duties as assigned.

    The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential responsibilities and functions of the job and are not meant to be all inclusive. Reasonable accommodation may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to
    perform the essential responsibilities and functions of the job. Unless reasonable accommodations can be made, while performing this job the staff member shall:
    1. Use strength to lift items needed to perform the functions of the job.
    2. Sit, stand and walk for required periods of time.
    3. Speak and hear.
    4. Use close vision, color vision, peripheral vision and depth perception along with the ability to focus vision.
    5. Communicate effectively in English, using proper grammar and vocabulary. American Sign Language or Braille may also be considered as acceptable forms of communication.
    6. Reach with hands and arms and use hands and fingers to handle objects and operate tools, computers, and/or controls.

    The environmental demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential responsibilities and functions of the job and are not meant to be all inclusive.
    1. Exposure to a variety of childhood and adult diseases and illnesses.
    2. Occasional exposure to a variety of weather conditions.
    3. Exposure to heated/air conditioned and ventilated facilities.
    4. Exposure to a building in which a variety of chemical substances are used for cleaning, instruction, and/or operation of equipment.
    5. Function in a workplace that is usually moderately quiet but that can be noisy at times.

    SALARY: Per the Support and Tech Salary Schedule. To view current Adams 14 salary schedules, please click here. Adams County School District 14 is a direct deposit employer. All new employees must be fingerprinted per H.B. 90-1077 at a cost of $40.00 to the employee.

    Deadline: Open until filled/subject to closing at any time

    APPLICATIONS: All candidates must complete the district's online application for employment. Apply online at For more information call 303-853-3201.

    ABOUT THE DISTRICT: Adams 14, a nationally recognized leader in education innovation, is Colorado's 23rd largest school district and serves more than 7,500 students annually. Nestled in the historic community of Commerce City, Adams 14 strives to ensure academic success for every student by providing highly effective classroom instruction, supplemental enrichment opportunities and parent/family collaboration
    opportunities. To learn more about Adams 14, visit

    CONDITIONS OF EMPLOYMENT: Per the Immigration Reform and Control Act (IRCA), the selected applicant shall be required to verify, within 72 hours of employment, their legal right to be employed in the United States. All contracts for employment of personnel shall be subject to approval by Adams County School District 14 Board of Education. Selected applicant must comply with all Adams County School District 14 Board of Education's policies, rules, and regulations.

    Inspire. Educate. Empower. Adams 14 is an Equal Opportunity Employer.


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