Position Title: Campus Supervisor
Employment Classification: Full-Time; Hourly; Nonexempt
Reports to: Student Development Coordinator
Position Summary: Under the general supervision of the Student Development Coordinator, supervise and monitor the campus and parking area; perform a variety of security and safety related activities and do related work as required.
Major Areas of Responsibility:
o Supervises, patrols, maintains order and security, and monitors campus, buildings, common areas, restrooms, and parking areas and facilities during school events on and off campus.
o Assist and direct visitors while on campus.
o Develops rapport and builds relationships with students, parents, and staff.
o Uses positive reinforcement strategies and other appropriate techniques to assist students in the development of appropriate behavior and responses to adversity.
o Encourages a clean and orderly campus environment using your knowledge of school policies and procedures, schedules and events.
o Prepare incident reports pertaining to student misconduct, vandalism, injuries, etc. as needed.
o Remove and escort students from classrooms to appropriate administrative offices.
o Remove and escort unauthorized persons from campus.
o Assist with bus loading and unloading of students.
o Assist ill or injured students by escorting them to appropriate administrative office, or contacting emergency personnel.
o Assists in student pick-up and drop-off, ingress and egress before and after school
Temporary Duties: As the school begins to transition back to on-campus activities, small groups of students will be invited to receive academic support on-campus. This position is integral in this transition plan. During this time, this position will:
o Adhere to all established safety protocols to prevent the spread of COVID-19.
o Supervise small groups of students, ensuring adherence to campus safety protocols.
o Support small groups of students in need of generalized academic support. Support may include but is not limited to use of technology, time management, critical thinking, generalized academic support consistent with high-school curriculum.
Knowledge of: Best practices in working with, and de-escalating, teenagers; adolescent behavior, rules and regulations regarding school safety and climate; rules and regulations pertaining to school and event security; positive-behavior interventions and supports, signs and symptoms of alcohol and/or drug impairment; proficiency in academic subjects taught on a high-school campus including but not limited to math, English-language arts, sciences, history, and Spanish.
Ability to: Enforce campus rules and regulations; maintain a secure and safe campus, maintain a positive attitude towards adolescents; maintain positive relationships with students under stressful conditions; stay current on trends and topics related to school events on and off-campus; move about campus quickly and effectively; engage in direct communication with students and visitors regarding campus rules and regulations in ways that build relationships; use tact and diplomacy to resolve conflicts effectively; give clear and concise directions regarding expectations of behavior.