Safety and Security Monitor-WMC
Company: West Morris Regional High School District
Posted on: June 7, 2021
SAFETY & SECURITY MONITOR (minimum 4 hours per school day)
Responsibilities: Works in cooperation with school
administrators in order to provide for a safe school environment.
Responsible for working with the building administration regarding
the planning, developing and executing of school plans, policies
and procedures related to school safety and security. Suggests
prevention programs and works with staff in developing and
maintaining a positive school climate. Investigates and makes
recommendations for building security and surveillance equipment;
Serves as a member of the School Safety Team. Is knowledgeable of
district policies and procedures with respect to crisis response;
Attends after school/evening events as needed. Investigates and
takes appropriate action concerning complaints, suspicious
behavior, improper conditions, or any other occurrences at the
entrance or nearby that would endanger school personnel, students
and/or school property and equipment. Attends appropriate meetings
and professional development training as requested in accordance
with district procedures. Direct school traffic when necessary, and
patrol grounds and parking areas for general security purposes.
Qualifications: Experience in law enforcement, including the
development and implementation of large-scale security programs.
Security Officer Registration Act (SORA) Certification. Ability to
provide extensive training to groups within the school community on
topics such as dangerous threats, lockdowns, drugs and alcohol, and
related issues. Ability to work effectively with students and
members of the school community. Effective problem-solving,
interpersonal, and communication skills: ability to work
effectively with students, parents/guardians, colleagues, and
Keywords: West Morris Regional High School District, Newark , Safety and Security Monitor-WMC, Other , Chester, New Jersey
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