Security Guard (UNARMED) – Part-Time
1. High School Diploma or equivalent.
2. Experience in school security, public safety and/or law enforcement.
3. Knowledge of security measures/crowd control.
4. Strong problem-solving skills and ability to communicate.
5. Able to use technology efficiently such as computers, radios, video surveillance equipment.
6. Criminal History Background check and proof of U.S. citizenship or legal resident alien status
7. Meet health qualifications required by all personnel
Enforce all school rules and regulations which pertain to the safety and
welfare of students and staff. Monitor buildings and grounds to ensure
students and staff are safe and secure. Monitor and assist students and
staff upon entering and leaving the school. Ensure a smooth traffic flow
of students through the hallways and assisting students with on-time
arrival and leaving the school during afternoon dismissal. Possess
awareness of the building procedure to follow in the event of an
emergency/disaster. Assist with after school, evening and sporting
events. Promote student responsibility for behavior and attitude by
serving as a role model, dressing and grooming professionally. Display
ethical and professional behavior in working with students, parents,
school personnel and outside agencies associated with the school.
DEADLINE FOR APPLICATIONS:
February 10, 2023
FOR FURTHER INFORMATION CONTACT:
Please Email Resume to Human Resources Account:
Cape May County Technical School District
188 Crest Haven Road
Cape May Court House, NJ 082l0
609 • 380 • 0200 ext. 604
Pursuant to NJSA 18A:6‑7.1 et seq., all employees of a public school district, or of an agent contracted by that district, who have regular contact with pupils, must submit to a criminal history background check.
The Cape May County Technical School District is an equal opportunity educational system. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, creed, color, national origin, ancestry, age, marital/civil union status, affectional or sexual orientation, gender, religion, disability or socioeconomic status, in the administration of employment, contract practices, educational policies, student enrollment and admission policies, scholarships, loans, grants, and other school administered programs.