University of South Alabama -
JOB LINK: https://www.governmentjobs.com/careers/usouthal/jobs/2135625/police-officer
Performs patrol of assigned area(s) on foot, patrol vehicle, or other methods; issues temporary parking permits and provides general information to visitors; enforces state and federal laws with police powers of arrest; enforces University rules and regulations; conducts traffic related enforcement for both moving and parking violations; responds to various types of emergencies and performs activities necessary to protect life and property to include summoning appropriate emergency response agencies and personnel; responds to and investigates criminal and non-criminal incidents and completes appropriate reports; performs law enforcement services on University owned and leased property in accordance with applicable law; provides security related services at special functions and other times as required by department supervisor(s); directs traffic as needed; apprehends violators of traffic/criminal law as prescribed by law; testifies in legal/administrative hearings as needed; performs patrols to prevent or reduce the likelihood of criminal offenses being committed; regular and prompt attendance; ability to work schedule as defined and overtime as required; related duties as required.
High school diploma or equivalent, must meet the minimum standards set by the state of Alabama for a Police Officer. Satisfactory completion of drug/alcohol and psychological screenings required prior to employment. Possession of a valid driver’s license and maintenance of a driving record sufficient to maintain insurance coverage under the University of South Alabama. A bachelor’s degree is preferred.
Working Days and Hours
The University provides benefits to eligible University of South Alabama and USA HealthCare Management LLC, employees based on employment status – regular or temporary – and position FTE (hours worked per week), length of service, and other criteria. Refer to specific benefit plans for information regarding eligibility and coverage for eligible dependents. Several of the University’s benefit programs require staff to enroll within a specified period of time or wait to make changes until the annual open enrollment period.
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