The University of Wisconsin - Madison Police Department (UWPD) is responsible for the safety and security of all faculty, staff, students, visitors and property of the University of Wisconsin Madison.
Under the broad policy guidance of the Infrastructure Security Lieutenant, this professional position serves as the technical and network support of the central campus access control system. This position plays a leadership role in coordinating with the UW Division of Information Technology (DoIT), Facilities, Planning and Management (FP&M) and other units in the management and support of the system. As a member of the Infrastructure Security Unit, the position will participate in campus-wide information technology policy development and long and short-range planning. This position serves as a contact person for information and consulting to campus leadership and departments in the design, implementation, and maintenance of building access control systems, and provides project coordination with other university departments determining how best to utilize the campus access control systems.
This position performs a combination of analysis and support duties of great complexity. The position develops, configures, documents, tests and maintains applications software and equipment. This position requires mastery of the techniques and tools related to campus access control systems and campus video surveillance. In addition, the position will perform day-to-day tasks as required to ensure the security and functionality of systems and confidential data in compliance with applicable regulations.
Applicants for this position should have at least one year of full-time experience working with centralized access control systems. This position performs a combination of analysis and support duties of great complexity. The position develops, configures, documents, tests and maintains applications software and equipment. This position requires mastery of the techniques and tools related to campus access control systems and campus video surveillance.
Good communication skills are required, especially being able to interpret and translate technical jargon to functional staff. Daily application of problem solving and organizational skills and the ability to work in a team setting and build esprit de corps (sense of shared purpose) among the team is required.
In addition, this position requires a thorough knowledge of and experience in electronic access control systems including hardware and software components; thorough knowledge of PC and Camera Operating Systems; experience in networking protocols; experience in network communications and ability to assist customers/electricians using various University purchased software suites. The suites include but aren't limited to Schneider-Electrics Andover Continuum system, Milestone Xprotect Corporate Editions, Tivoli Endpoint Management, UW-Madison's Authorized Agent Network Tools and all for the greater good of a 24x7 multi-billion dollar education and research institution.
Please pay attention to all application materials and provide the requested information in your cover letter and resume.
Additional Salary Information: Salary range listed is starting range, based on qualifications and experience.
Internal Number: 93866-AS
About University of Wisconsin - Madison Police Department
As guardians on the UW-Madison campus, we hold ourselves to high expectations — operating in a fair, unbiased manner which respects the rights and dignity of all individuals. We strive to always be better and do better.
We live and breathe our mission of “Reaching HIGHER.” It’s not just a phrase about moving forward and reaching for greatness — it’s the way we police and protect our community:
HONOR – We strive to fulfill the responsibilities of our profession with magnanimity and reverence for all members of our community.
INTEGRITY – We are committed, at all times, to cultivating and upholding public trust through honest, moral, and ethical behavior that is above all reproach.
GUARDIANS – We dedicate ourselves to our role as guardians of our community, the nobility of our charge, and to the preservation of democratic ideals.
HEALTH – We understand that a healthy community is a safe community. Toward this end, we explore, support, and employ healthy-minded practices that promote individual, organizational, and community well-being.
EMPATHY – We engage others with empathy and consideration. We are dedicated to the fair, consistent, and passionate treatment of all ...people.
RESPECT – We value diversity, believe in the dignity of all people, and respect individual and constitutional rights.
We take pride in our partnership with the campus and area communities to provide leadership in solving community problems, preventing crime, and providing a safe environment to fulfill the mission of the university. We strive for excellence in fulfilling the department’s mission and vision statements, values, and goals.
We’re always Reaching HIGHER.