Make frequent patrols, by foot and vehicle, of designated campus areas to watch for unusual or suspicious activities and hazardous situations. Report situations to dispatcher and/or supervisor.Respond to a variety of situations and incidents; including, but not limited to: burglaries, thefts, assaults, sexual assaults, robberies, accidents, medical emergencies, fire alarms, etc. Take positive action on complaints/calls for assistance received from faculty, staff, students, visitors and others.Detain offenders taken into custody until Chicago Police Department is on scene. Notify Chicago Police on all incidents viewed on public or private property in the area surrounding campus. May be required to testify in court.Respond to a variety of complaints/calls received from residents who live in the immediate campus area.Control access to unauthorized areas. Question suspicious persons as to their purpose for being in a specific location.Screen outsiders or visitors to campus and campus buildings. Check, lock and open University buildings and classrooms for regular classes as well as room rentals in the academic buildings. Check office areas for suspicious activities. Open offices, upon request by occupant, and secure offices when found open and unattended.Write incident reports when action is taken by a Public Safety Officer. Notify Chicago Police on all major incidents/crimes.
Oversees the use of various media equipment, including video, film, photographic and audio equipment. May oversee or operate highly technical or complex equipment, such as multi-media and computer projection equipment. May assist in training, scheduling, and distributingwork of other staff, members, students, casuals and temporary workers. Provides information and advice to a diverse University public on technically complex matters. Responds skillfully to a high volume of customer questions and complaints. May consult with clients in the planning of media production projects or events, and in developing budgets. May be responsible for quality control aspects of media production. May coordinate equipment installation, maintenance and repair needs. May troubleshoot and perform minor maintenance on equipment and systems. May make recommendations for equipment purchases, system design, and facility utilization. Performs related job duties as required. Typical Requirements Education: High school graduate or equivalent plus technical school (or equivalent), w
Assisted City of Chicago Alderman in successfully fulfilling their public obligations by providing support services in the areas of administration, communication, research and public relations.
Prepared bills, memos, circulars and other official documents as and when required Wrote press releases and speeches on behalf of the Alderman Managed press conferences and other meetings Maintained digital records of the legislation and filed the original documents for future Planned Alderman's schedule and organized the necessary meetings according to priority Coordinated with other employees and departments Made transport arrangements for official tours
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