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UMMedical Campus Security and Safety Aide.

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    Security and Safety Aide
    University of Massachusetts - Medical School

    Worcester, MA

    Admin - Police and Public Safety



    Job Number: 2020-35041

    Department: School - Public Safety - W842510

    Job Type: Perdiem


    Under the direct supervision of the shift supervisor or designee, the Security and Safety Aide assists, monitors, and responds to security needs within the UMMS Campus (Hospital and School). The Security and Safety Aide will focus on deterring crime and protecting the organization's property, assets, and people.

    This is a per diem, non-benefited position. The hours vary and will be approx. 15-19 hours per week.


    Facility Security

    • Perform regular security checks of the building (rounds), checking doors, being alert to hazards, watching for theft, vandalism or any other potential risks, and fixed station monitoring
    • Secure premises, and personnel. Perform personal/electronic surveillance, inspect buildings, equipment, and access points
    • Oversee control of entry and exit to the organization's premises and safeguard facilities, equipment, materials and employee property
    • Respond to exit door alarms
    • Monitor Pedestrian walkways and parking lots ensuring safety, traffic direction, and parking enforcement
    • Employee Assistance
    • Coordinate and administer security clearances. Issue employee guest badges, and verify accuracy of information prior to issuing clearances
    • Respond to requests for safety/security assistance from employees and visitors
    • Respond to requests for entry to locked facilities
    Public Safety Assistance

    • Prevent losses and damage by reporting irregularities
    • Provide First Aid
    • Assist dispatch and police officers. Answer phones, communicate regularly via radio, maintain logs, monitor alarms, CCTV's, and communicate using teletype equipment
    Policy Enforcement

    • Inform violators of hospital/school policy and procedures
    • Enforce hospital/school policies related to no smoking, door access, and badge monitoring
    Reporting and Departmental Support Requirements

    • Complete incident and daily reports
    • Provide administrative and/or clerical support

    • HS Graduate or equivalent
    • 2 years of experience and/or previous formal training in public safety or customer service area
    • Valid Massachusetts License to operate motor vehicle
    • Communication skills necessary to interact with employees, patients and visitors
    • CPR/First Aid certification required within three months of hire

    • 2-Year College Degree
    • Certification in First Aid and CPR
    University of Massachusetts - Medical School

    Online App. Form:

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