As a function of Facilities Services, Campus Security is responsible for personal safety, physical security and for coordinating Emergency Management activities at the College. Coordination and collaboration within Facilities Services, as well as with other College schools and departments is essential to maintaining a high degree of security under normal and emergency situations. The Campus Security Specialist is a member of the Campus Security team which is responsible for day-to-day security and emergency management activities to ensure a safe and supportive environment for students, staff and faculty to work and study. In addition to providing primary response to safety and security incidents, the Campus Security Specialist investigates issues of student and staff conduct making recommendations to the Associate Director for appropriate sanctions, maintains all building electronic security systems and assists in maintaining Camosun’s emergency management program.
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A competitive salary, opportunities for professional development and an excellent benefit package are offered.
Undergraduate degree in a relevant field, such as criminology, justice, emergency management, and/or equivalent combination of education and experience;
Must hold, or obtain within 6 months of employment, Province of British Columbia Security Worker License with Private Investigator and Security Guard Endorsements;
5 years’ related experience in conducting investigations, and enforcement of statutes;
5 years’ related experience working with electronic security systems, such as access control, CCTV and intrusion alarms systems;
Recent experience instructing personal safety or other security related programs;
Camosun College is a comprehensive community college located on the traditional territories of the Coast and Strait Salish peoples serving the people of the Greater Victoria Region of British Columbia. Guided by an inspiring strategic plan and administered by a professional community of talented faculty, staff and senior executives, Camosun enrolls 18,000 learners each year, including over 1,100 Indigenous students and 1,100 International students. The College has an operating budget of over $123 million. Across two campuses, Camosun offers more than 160 certificate, diploma, and bachelor’s degree programs in arts, sciences, business, health and human services, trades, technologies, sport education, Indigenous studies and adult upgrading. The College is committed to values of relationship with community, inclusiveness, and respect. As a community, we commit to the process of Indigenization of the college – including both programs and services - and to use this learning to improve the learning experiences for the exceptionally diverse range of student needs and backgrounds present within the Camosun community supporting the commitment to lifelong learning and positive student experiences.