Patrols designated areas and/or secures assigned station for the purpose of
observing, investigating and/or otherwise responding to inquiries, disturbances,
emergencies and other routine or unusual incidents involving the college
community, visitors and the general public; secures premises and controls
pedestrian and traffic access; enforces specific rules and laws as mandated;
frequently uses independent judgment in the execution of duty.
Patrols assigned premises or public areas, securing doors, access routes and
Responds to calls, alarms or observed disturbances; assesses nature of
incident as medical, fire, or possible violation of municipal, state, federal
laws or college regulation and provides assistance in the defense of life and
property. As the first responder to medical emergencies, the officer provides
first aid, CPR and AED assistance consistent with their training and as
appropriate to the circumstances.
superiors, fire and other proper agencies, as circumstances require.
Apprehends and detains suspects, participants or witnesses to incidents;
interviews pertinent parties and make a record of transactions; may have to
resort to physical restraint as may be necessary under the circumstances;
makes arrest, transports prisoners, identifies and secures evidence.
High School diploma or its equivalent.
Twenty-one years of age.
Possess a current state Driverís License.
Successfully pass a criminal background check; Have no criminal
record of convictions of felonies or misdemeanors.
Must successfully pass a pre-employment Drug and Alcohol Test.
May be required to pass a physical examination. (Must be able
to occasionally lift and/or move more than 100 lbs.
Must meet all requirements as set forth by the Illinois Local
Government Law Enforcement Officers Training Board and under the Illinois Police
Training Act, which qualify the individual to be a sworn police officer.
Will be required to successfully complete Illinois State Police Academy
Training Program within the probationary period, unless a sworn police
Must pass a C.O.P.S. Law Enforcement Entrance Written Exam.
Selection of qualified candidate will be based on ranking of exam scores.
$40 non-refundable testing fee is required and payable by cash/money order on
test date (Tentatively, February 15).
coursework in law enforcement or Associates degree
Experience as a sworn Police Officer
is a regular full-time support staff position for 35 hours a week, 52 weeks a
year classified Grade XI on the support staff salary schedule, day shift
hours are 10:00am-5:00pm.
Insurance Flex Benefits $12,850 applied to Medical, Dental, Vision, and Basic
Fridays off in summer
tuition for employee and qualified dependents to take classes at South Suburban
March 12, 2018
February 2, 2018
Submit letter of application and resume to:
of Human Resources
College is an equal opportunity/affirmative action employer.