PSO4 - Sgt/Shift Supervisor

Dillard University

New Orleans, LA

ID: 7066632
Posted: June 1, 2020
Application Deadline: Open Until Filled

Job Description


The Campus Police Corporal for Dillard University’s Police Department is responsible for the day to day supervision of a platoon on officers. In addition the incumbent conducts interior and exterior armed, uniformed preventative patrols; investigates incidents and prepares necessary reports; provides escorts; vehicular assists; and other services; performs duties related to the protection and safety of the University personnel as well as the other resources and assets. This is an “Essential Personnel” position, which can require that the incumbent must report for duty and work through emergencies, and also can be designated by the supervisor as essential to the accomplishment of work, or for the completion of critical tasks. The incumbent by accepting this position understands that shift assignments can change with or without notice based upon the needs of the department.


High school diploma or equivalent.
20 years of age or older.
Must possess a Louisiana Basic P.O.S.T. (Level I) certification or equivalent from another state and within 360 days from date of hire be willing to obtain a Louisiana Basic P.O.S.T. (Level I) certification, and maintain same as a condition of continued employment.
Must obtain Red Cross First Aid and CPR certification within 360 days from date of hire, and must maintain certification as a condition of continued employment.

The applicant must also be able to be certified by the Louisiana Department of Public Safety & Corrections, N.C.I.C./LLETS Unit as a Terminal Agency Coordinator; and, the New Orleans Police Department’s MIS Unit as an Operator of M.O.T.I.O.N.
Must possess or obtain with employment, a valid and unrestricted (not including corrective lens needs) Louisiana Driver’s License and must meet the Dillard University Motor Vehicle Policy criteria to become an authorized driver.


Excellent verbal and written communication skills.
Ability to obtain a police commission from the Louisiana Department of Public Safety & Corrections.
Demonstrated working knowledge of Microsoft Office Suite.
Ability to maintain a residential telephone number which must be listed with the department.
Ability to concentrate for extended periods of time.
Ability to carry and/or lift items weighing up to 50 pounds.
Availability to work overtime, as assigned.


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