New York, New York
New York University
70 Washington Square South
New York, NY 10012
Application Deadline: NA
Analyzes, assesses and determines all Department of Public Safety training
needs. Formulates and develops plans, procedures and programs to meet those
needs. Develops and constructs training manuals and training aids. Delivers
training sessions for Public Safety Department. Researches and identifies
training topics. Develops training schedules and programs, and evaluates their
success. Ensures all members of Department of Public Safety who are required to
have current, valid New York State Security Officer license do so and receive
required training. Tracks NYS Security Officer license status of personnel and
provides advance notice of pending expiration. Evaluates impact of new or
changes to existing local, state and federal law enforcement agencies'
requirements and determines what training is necessary as a result of the
changes. Tracks Fire Safety Director requirements of the University and FDNY
certification training and status of Department of Public Safety personnel to
meet those requirements.
Bachelor's degree in Criminal Justice, Security Administration or Public
years' relevant experience developing and conducting training sessions or an
equivalent combination of education and experience. NYS Security Guard General
Topics Instructor certification.
Experience in a police and/or private protection environment.
Required Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Proven administrative and group facilitation skills. Ability to communicate
effectively across levels of staff. Excellent project management skills.
Excellent writing, editing and interpersonal skills. Excellent attention to
detail. Excellent presentation, writing and organizational skills. Exceptional
communication and interpersonal skills. Knowledge of security-related electronic
equipment. Domestic and international travel opportunities may exist but not
anticipated to be required. Scheduled office hours subject to adjustment as
needed to accommodate other time zones.
Preferred Knowledge, Skills, and Abilities:
Understanding of security best practices, security and Constitutional law,
physical security, security technology, crime prevention, emergency management,
counterterrorism and weapons of mass destruction, law and regulations as they
impact security management to include OSHA, NFPA and FDNY. All local laws and
applicable concepts impacting fire safety directors and emergency action plan
directors, including New York City Building Code as it impacts fire safety and
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