Alaska Sea Life- On-Call Security OfficerFull-time Alaska Sea Life posted 2 months ago
On-Call Security Officer (RV Site Not Provided. Applicants Must Arrange Their Own Off-Site Camping)
This position is responsible for ensuring good order, proper conduct, and safe conditions at the Alaska SeaLife Center.
High school diploma or GED;
Satisfactory completion of two or more courses dealing with security officer training from the military or a recognized institution; completion of one or more self-defense training courses.
Working knowledge of communications and security alarm systems.
- Patrols the facilities and grounds ensuring that good order, proper conduct and safe conditions prevail.
- Provides a variety of assistance to staff and visitors; responds to emergency request for assistance or crime in progress; takes initial action as the situation requires.
- Responds to and investigates incidents to include interviewing witnesses, photo documentation and preparing the incident report.
- When necessary and after proper evaluation of conditions, takes into physical custody person or persons causing a disturbance, disruption or damage to the Center’s property.
- Monitors facilities after hours by foot patrol, various electronic equipment and vehicle. Makes trouble calls to on-call ASLC personnel and calls for police assistance when required by departmental procedures.
- Carries out light custodial tasks as assigned. Tasks may include vacuuming of gallery and office floors, assisting with carpet shampooing, dusting, and light cleaning.
- Maintains CPR/First Aid certification. Provides CPR/Fist Aid as needed.
- Provides aid to staff and visitors in emergency situations.
- Maintains daily log of events and unusual occurrences that take place during their shift.
- Works a rotating shift. May be required to work overtime.
- Maintains a valid driver’s license.
- Fosters good relations with visitors, volunteers, community leaders, contractors, and fellow staff members by promoting positive attitudes, good will, cooperation, and providing high standards of service.
- Complies with all Alaska SeaLife Center policies, procedures, and programs.
- Performs other related duties as assigned.
Other Skills and Abilities:
Skill in communicating with diverse groups, maintaining confidentiality, decision making, and basic computers skills.
- The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by the employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this position.
- Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
- Ability to see and hear; stand and walk; stoop, kneel, and crouch; use arms and hands; handle objects, tools, and controls; stand and sit.
- Ability to lift and move 50 pounds.
- Ability to pass a pre-hire physical and drug screen.