The primary purpose of the uniformed Campus Roving Patrol Officer 11 is to prevent or eliminate the opportunity, or the belief that the opportunity, for successful criminal conduct exists and to provide immediate and appropriate response to an emergency and to any individual who may need assistance. Close and careful observation is the principal function of every on-campus roving patrol officer.
In addition, foot patrols provide valuable interaction between the RUSVM Safety and Security Department and the RUSVM community. This interaction builds trust and understanding between the officers and the members of the RUSVM community. It is the responsibility of each and every security officer assigned to a foot patrol to act in a manner consistent with his/her position, friendly, courteous, professional and observant at all times.
Adhere to and enforce all RUSVM policies as appropriate.
It is the responsibility of an officer who is assigned to an On-Campus Roving Patrol assignment to ensure the safety, and security of all on-campus community members, facilities, information and systems. To accomplish this task, the officer assigned to the campus is responsible for the following activities:
Additional Duties and Responsibilities
To perform this job successfully, an individual must be able to perform each essential duty satisfactorily. Below are the minimum requirements of the education, experience, knowledge, and skills required to competently perform in this position. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.
Education, Experience, Knowledge and Skills
Must be willing to work on a shift basis including weekends and public holidays
We are proud to be an EEO employer M/F/D/V. We maintain a drug-free workplace and perform pre-employment substance abuse testing. Thank you for applying for this outstanding opportunity today.
Ross University School of Veterinary Medicine (RUSVM) offers a unique program of training on the island of St. Kitts in the Caribbean. A cutting-edge curriculum, with innovative use of technologies and simulations, provides the best possible training for tomorrow’s veterinarians. Students benefit from seven semesters of integrated preclinical and clinical studies at our St Kitts campus, and one year of clinical training at our affiliate veterinary teaching hospitals in the United States, Canada, Europe and Australia.
Our ongoing research focuses on key issues strategically relevant to One Health in tropical and developing countries and includes zoonotic diseases, food safety and security, environmental health, and conservation medicine. We prioritize recruitment of talented faculty and are now seeking a key new member of our team to join us as we develop new programs to best prepare our graduates to face the global opportunities and challenges of veterinary medicine in the 21st century.