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University Police Officer - Two positions available

Job Number: R6562005, Closing Date: 04/01/2005, First Posted: 03/22/2005

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Description
The incumbent will serve as University Police Officer and will enforce the laws of the Commonwealth of Massachusetts and rules and regulations of the University. S/he will perform a full range of law enforcement functions, including: patrol of all buildings and grounds owned, used, leased or controlled by the Trustees of the University; and related duties as required. Appointees who have not completed a Massachusetts Criminal Justice Training Council recruit academy must do so and must complete one year's probation. Must be available for all shifts.

Qualifications
Possession of a valid Massachusetts driver's license by date of hire. Ability to communicate effectively, both orally and in writing. Capable of obtaining a Massachusetts Class A License to Carry Firearms (pistol permit). No significant criminal record. Successful completion of the requirements of the Physical Agility Test. Successful completion of psychological evaluation test. Physical ability and alertness necessary to perform duties. Ability to maintain good order and acceptable personal demeanor under periods of stress, verbal and physical abuse, danger, and emotional tension.

Salary and Application Information
$1241.22 biweekly Classified. Grade level 15. State Funded. Benefited.

Reference Job Number: R6562005. See the general directions for applying for positions at UMass Boston on the HR Web site: www.umb.edu/hr. Internal candidates should complete a Position Interest Form and submit a current resume. Send résumé and cover letter to the Office of Human Resources, Quinn Admin. Bldg., 3rd Floor Among the procedures which may be used to select personnel to fill vacant positions are review of work experience, reference checks, interviews, demonstrated physical ability to perform position requirements. Bargaining unit employees will be considered in accordance with Article 19, Section 3 of the current collective bargaining agreement. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, creed, national origin, sex, sexual orientation, disability or status as a Vietnam era or disabled veteran. All appointments and promotions will be effective on a Sunday.
 
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