Security Assistant (Summer Only, Housing Provided) - Lenox, MA
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BOSTON UNIVERSITY TANGLEWOOD INSTITUTE 2013
The Boston University Tanglewood Institute is recognized internationally as an outstanding educational opportunity for young musicians. High school students come from across the country and around the world to participate in workshops, programs, and seminars led by members of the Boston University School of Music Faculty and the Boston Symphony Orchestra.
Students are housed in five dormitory-style residences including a turn-of-the-century mansion on a sixty-four acre campus within walking distance of Tanglewood, the summer home of the Boston Symphony Orchestra in Lenox, Massachusetts (130 miles west of Boston). The residences house up to 270 students and approximately 40 staff members. Other facilities include classrooms, practice sheds, a dining room, recreational facilities, and a performance theater.
(6-9 full-time and part-time positions available,) Monitor access of residents, guests, and staff personnel to the residences on campus at night. Enforce the Guest and other University policies when necessary. Notify the proper authorities in the event of an emergency such as fire, crime, or medical problems. Communicate incidents and concerns, using the phone or radio equipment, to appropriate staff members. Write complete, concise, and accurate Incident Reports when appropriate. Remain alert to surroundings at all times. Patrol the campus at night taking note of any suspicious activity. Act as a front line representative of the University, providing information, direction and assistance to residents, guests and staff. If applicable, monitor the video displays for improper activities. Review the BUTI Lifebook and understand all Rules and Regulations of West Street Campus. Work with the BUTI Student Life Staff to help create a healthy and safe environment.
The nature of these positions relies on individuals who are willing to work overnight hours. Following an on- campus training program, Security Assistants must be available for a minimum of 8 hours weeknights 10pm - 7am, and 11pm - 7am on weekends. Full-time candidates will work 35-40 hrs/wk; Part-time employees will work approx. 20-25 hrs/wk.
Demonstrate understanding of the role and responsibilities of campus security for keeping in touch with and being responsive to Boston Universityís concerns and needs for safety and security. Solid communication skills, both written and verbal, are essential. Must be in good physical condition and able to walk several miles per night. Appearance must be professional, neat, and adhere to uniform requirements. A teamwork approach to the position is necessary. High School Diploma or equivalent required.
Must possess a valid driverís license. Ability to successfully pass a background check.
The position is enjoyable but demanding in terms of the required time and energy a successful candidate must commit. Compensation includes competitive hourly pay. As part of training, staff will receive certification from the American Red Cross in Standard First Aid and Adult CPR.
The period of employment for Security Assistants is from approximately Friday, June 7, 2013 through Sunday, August 11, 2013.
After the students arrive on June 16, full-time staff members will receive two days off each week.
Please send a one page resume to email@example.com. Following the successful review of written applications, an in-person interview in Lenox or Boston, Massachusetts is required.
Review of applications will begin in February 2013 and continue until positions are filled. Please call 617-358-5177 or 617-353-3386 if you have any questions.
Boston University prohibits discrimination against any individual on the basis of race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, physical or mental disability, or because of marital , parental, or veteran status. This policy extends to all rights, privileges, programs, and activities, including housing, employment, admissions, financial assistance, educational and athletic programs. Boston University recognizes that non- discrimination does not ensure that equal opportunity is a reality for all employees, applicants for employment and students. Because of this, the University will continue to take affirmative action to ensure that employees and students alike are treated equally during their employment and/or matriculation. Inquiries regarding the application of this policy should be addressed to the Assistant Vice President for Human Resources, Office of Equal Opportunity, 25 Buick Street, Boston, MA 02215, 617/353-4477.
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