Mt. Bachelor's Public Safety Officers are responsible for
patrolling the base area, protection of property, facilities and
assets, providing public safety, loss prevention and intervention,
complying with all department policies and procedures, and for
providing excellent customer service. Public Safety Officers
provide a safe and secure environment for all staff and guests. The
Public Safety department works with local law enforcement to assist
investigations of theft and property loss. Public Safety Officers
ensure compliance with local, state, federal guidelines and DPSST
Public Safety staff are guest-facing and need to have good
mountain knowledge and be able to answer questions from guests.
Essential Functions/Major Responsibilities:
- Model exemplary self-discipline, departmental team work,
interdepartmental teamwork, exceptional guest service, professional
skills and ethics
- Maintain confidentiality of sensitive information
- Responsible for the security of Mt. Bachelor employees, guests,
property and the secure transportation of goods
- The officer will have good department knowledge and use radio
and phone communication with all departments
- Identify and log unusual occurrences as well as other
Specific Job Skills:
License/Certifications- Able to obtain a Department of Public
Safety Standards and Training - Private Security Certification.
Must have a valid Driver's License.
Technical- Understand police terminology and classification of
crimes/incidents. Able to accurately report emergencies and
incidents to 911. Effective report writing. Able to testify in
Physical Capabilities- Able to work in a mountain environment
with varying temperatures Able to walk across snow covered surfaces
in low light conditions such as at night or during a storm. Shifts
include day, swing and graveyard work.
Additional- First Aid, CPR, AED preferred.
Minimum Education- High School Diploma or G.E.D.
Minimum time in position- 6 months preferred.