SEC: Safety Coordinator (S9739C)

Summary, Scope, and Responsibilities

Safety Coordinators oversee the student Safewalkers, Saferide Drivers and Dispatchers. They are responsible for making sure that each employee has submitted proper forms and documentation before being allowed to work. This includes student employment forms, signed employee handbook forms, and copies of driving licenses for Saferide Drivers. It also includes monitoring driving license expiration dates and age restrictions for Saferide Drivers. The Coordinator is also responsible for maintaining confidentiality.

Safety Coordinators ensure that sufficient student personnel are available for all positions for each shift and substitute for open employee shifts when practical. They check on students as often as possible. They recruit new personnel as needed and hold mandatory training sessions for all new employees.

They maintain confidential student files, and complete personnel commendation and warning letters as needed. Coordinators work closely with the Student Safety Supervisor and discuss concerns, safety issues, work in progress, personnel issues, and other relevant issues.

Safety Coordinators must be able to work well with all types of people and be able to remain calm in stressful situations.

Specific responsibilities include, but may not be limited to:


The Basics


Department: Security
Supervisor: Dennis Paquin
Office Location: 245 College
Email: dpaquin
Pay Grade: C
Hours: Varies according to students available
Workers: 4

Qualifications, Requirements, and Responsibilities

Requirements


REQUIRED: EDUCATION: Bates student

Reporting


REPORTS TO: Student Safety Supervisor SUPERVISES: Safewalk units, Saferide units, and Dispatchers WORKS CLOSELY WITH: Other Coordinators, Communication Officers, and Security Officers. The Safety Coordinators have frequent contact with the college community.

Responsibilities


ENVIRONMENT: Busy. Safety Coordinators must be able to work with constant interruptions, phone calls, and radio transmissions. Most work is outdoors and in a vehicle, and they are expected to work in inclement weather. TRAVEL REQUIREMENTS: around campus PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS: Safety Coordinators must be physically able to perform the tasks required by the position. Specifically, Coordinators must be able to see hear, speak, and walk for extended periods of time and must understand the English language and speak it clearly in person and within radio and telephone communications. These students must also be able to work at a desk, computer, and use other office equipment for extended periods of time. MACHINES & EQUIPMENT USED: Two-way radio and flashlight, computers, telephones, office machines and equipment