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Campus Safety Monitor

Company: TrulyHired
Location: Gresham
Posted on: November 22, 2021

Job Description:

We offer a generous benefits package including medical, dental, vision, Rx plan, flex spending accounts, employee assistance program (EAP), paid holidays, basic & voluntary life insurance, STD/LTD & employer paid contribution into PERS (Oregon Public Employees Retirement System). We support our employees' continued education through our Tuition Reimbursement Program.**Per Governor Browns vaccine mandate, MESD is requiring all newly hired employees to be fully vaccinated**Department: Education ServicesDays per school year: 190Hours per week: 40 hours Start Date: As Soon As PossibleREPORTS TO: School PrincipalPOSITION PURPOSE:Assures that the school building and grounds are maintained as positive, safe learning and working environments for students, school staff, parents and visitors. Is active in monitoring the school site and addressing challenges, problems and emergencies in both a preventative and responsive manner. Protects the occupants and maintains the secure and appropriate climate necessary for education. Is expected to behave in a manner that will significantly contribute to the feeling of order and the general attitude of confidence in the dedication that all schools be as accident, drug, alcohol, weapons, violence, and conflict free as is possible.NATURE & SCOPE:This position is subject to board policies, administrative rules and procedures, department regulations and applicable State and Federal statutes. This position carries no administrative authority or responsibility.ESSENTIAL JOB FUNCTIONS:

  • Assists in promoting positive environment in school neighborhood.
  • Assists school personnel, as requested, to:
  • Promote behavioral and academic success;
  • Implement consistent discipline;
  • address student risk factors such as substance abuse, gang affiliation, probation violations, truancy, etc.
  • Be available to handle or assist in stopping fights, resolving conflicts, and assisting with similar situations. Assists other staff with classroom disturbances. Makes necessary referrals to the Police liaison for the school.
  • Diffuses "out of control" situations and students using approved methods and calls police when necessary.
  • Reports immediately to the designated police liaison and School Administration all criminal activity or rumor of such activity that could possibly endanger the safety and welfare of students and staff.
  • Patrols the building and parking lot, assists in controlling student movement and behavior during transitions, arrival and departure.
  • Follows a schedule established by the School Administration and submits a detailed report regarding student interventions and community agency interactions.
  • Monitors all persons who enter the building. Directs persons to leave campus who attempt to enter without authorized business or purpose. Intervenes when parents or other nonschool personnel become unruly.
  • Observes students who leave the building without permission to insure the student's safety, protect property, and notify the necessary adults or community agencies that the student has left the building.
  • On a regularly scheduled basis, confers with the School Administrator about activities, problems, recommendations, etc.
  • Performs other reasonably related duties as assigned.WORKING CONDITIONS:Work is performed in an alternative education environment; involves continuous strenuous efforts such as physically intervening with other trained staff with students weighing in excess of 180 pounds; may involve exposure to contagious diseases, abusive students and other adverse conditions.KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS AND ABILITIES:
  • Effective verbal and written communication skills with student, staff and parents.
  • Exercises careful judgment, diplomacy and tact in the performance of all duties.
  • Ability to make sound emergency or crisis decisions and effectively work with students in a high stress environment.
  • Must be in good physical condition in order to be prepared to meet any strenuous situation demanding their official attention.EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE:High school diploma, or G.E.D. and experience working with youth, adolescents or young adults with severe behavior disorders or college training in law enforcement or social services preferred or training received through the Bureau of Police Standards and Practices.
    • Position Type:Full-time
    • Positions Available:1Job Categories :Special Education > AutismSpecial Education > Emotionally DisabledSpecial Education > General Special EducationSpecial Education > Learning DisabledSpecial Education > Mentally DisabledSpecial Education > Mild/Moderate DisabilitiesSpecial Education > Multiple DisabilitiesSpecial Education > Severe/Profound DisabilitiesSupport Staff > Safety/SecurityEmployer DescriptionMultnomah Education Service District is an educational cooperative that provides a wide variety of programs and services on a regional basis to school districts in Multnomah County and beyond. MESD is one of 19 ESDs in Oregon. MESD's major areas of service include:- School Health Services- Special Education- Alternative Education- Technology- Outdoor School- School ImprovementGovernanceMESD is governed by a seven-member, elected Board of Directors who serve four-year terms. Five members are elected from zones and two are elected to at-large positions. Directors are not compensated for their services.Superintendent & CabinetScott Perry is the Interim Superintendent; Jim Rose is the Chief Operating Officer; Kathryn Skimas is the Director of Instructional Services; Kristine Beck is the Interim Director of Special Education; Margo Lalich is the Director of School Health Services; Dawn Strong is the Interim Human Resources Director; Doana Anderson is the Director of Business Services; Don Hicks is the Contracts and Risk Manager; Laura Conroy is the Public Information OfficerStaffingAs of September 2015, MESD employed 425 staff members. The largest categories of staff are educational assistants and school nurses. MESD also employs certified teachers, school administrators, occupational/physical/speech therapists, specialists and support staff.Component DistrictsBy Oregon Statute, MESD's primary customers are the eight public school districts in Multnomah County. The total enrollment (ADMw) of our components districts is approximately 100,000 students. Component districts include:Centennial Corbett David Douglas Gresham-Barlow Parkrose Portland Reynolds Riverdale Learn more about us...Job Requirements
      • No experience requiredContact Information
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