Campus Safety Technician
- Under supervision of the school administration, supervises students and the campus to ensure school safety and security
- Assist in the enforcement of student attendance rules and procedures
- Assists in assuring student compliance with school and district polices and regulations
- Performs related duties as assigned.
Directly responsible to designated administrator.
ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS
- Assist students in maintaining positive interpersonal behavior which will include conducting individual and/or group conflict resolution
- Parent/ home contact
- Referral of students to the appropriate school or district resources as appropriate
- Establish and maintain effective rapport with students and staff
- Supervise students on the school campus and at school related activities to ensure proper behavior
- Manage selected student data systems (such as, student book lockers systems, parking permits, and driver’s education application)
- Patrol and monitor campus lunch areas, hallways, classrooms, restrooms, parking lots, and other areas as needed
- Maintain order and safety of campus
- Operate elevators and lock school areas as required
- Maintain student and staff parking assignment, policies and procedures
- Operate school parking lot vehicle
- Enforce school and district rules regulations, and policies for the safety and security of students, staff and campus
- Assist and monitor students during passing periods as they move to their assigned class
- Refer students to administrators in cases of flagrant and/or repeated violations of school rules and regulations
- Screen persons entering the campus and direct visitors to the school office
- Report the presence of unauthorized persons on campus
- Prevent illegal parking or unauthorized use of existing parking lots
- Escort students to the office as required
- Make oral and written reports
- And, perform other related work as required.
- Must pass qualifying test.
- Must possess a high school diploma or equivalent.
- Must possess a valid California driver’s license.
A.A. degree in Administration of Justice, Psychology, Recreation, Community Education, Sociology or other similar fields preferred. Certificates of completion in first aid, CPR and Conflict Resolution desirable.
Paid or volunteer experience working in an educational or organized recreational setting with middle school or high school aged students preferred. Any combination equivalent to training and experience that would likely provide the required knowledge, skills and abilities appropriate for working with middle school aged and high school aged students in a educational setting preferred.