Job Listing - Support Staff (non-exempt)
Custodian/Floor MaintenanceDepartment: Custodial ServicesJob Number: 16054Date Posted: 5/13/2016Status: Accepting applications
Performs duties primarily related to the cleaning, daily upkeep and
interior arrangement of all campus buildings.
One year of related work experience in the following areas: resilient
floor, wood floor, ceramic tile floor, terrazzo floor, synthetic
floor. Physically able to lift or carry seventy (70) pounds of
equipment or supplies. Ability to operate the following machines:
floor sprayer, automatic scrubber, speed and conventional buffer,
vacuum cleaner, wet/dry vacuum, pressure washer, rotary steam hand
held shampooing machine and steam extracting machine. Must be able
to understand and follow directions. No sign language skills required; must be willing to learn.
Minimum Salary: 13.68
Dispatcher/Customer Service RepresentativeDepartment: Department of Public SafetyJob Number: 16053Date Posted: 5/10/2016Status: Accepting applications
Responds to incoming voice, relay, and TTY telephone calls, to requests and alerts from students, faculty, teachers, staff, and visitors, and to alarm systems; dispatches officers as appropriate; behaves courteously and professionally at all times and demonstrates a genuine interest in and willingness to help members of the campus community and all others who may enter the Public Safety Communication Center.
High school diploma or GED with a minimum two years of experience in security operations or in a position involving decision making and customer service. Evidence of the ability to react quickly and calmly in emergency and stressful situations. Ability to satisfactorily pass a suitability background check and drug screening within the first six months of employment. Valid driver's license required. Must be able to be contacted by telephone. Ability to work varying hours and shifts including holidays as needed to fulfill the responsibilities of the department's mission. Must have the ability to provide effective written and oral communications. Must be supportive of the unique mission of Gallaudet University and dedicated to inclusive communication practices. Ability to obtain and maintain certification as an Emergency Medical Dispatcher. Excellent references required. In accordance with University policy and procedures and the laws of the District of Columbia and/or licensing bodies, employees in positions involving public safety may be periodically tested for the use of illicit drugs. Job offer is contingent upon candidate passing a drug screening. Sign language skills required or willingness to learn within a reasonable amount of time.
Minimum Salary: $15.53
Public Safety OfficerDepartment: Department of Public SafetyJob Number: 16003Date Posted: 1/13/2016Status: Accepting applications
Maintains the safety and security of the entire campus community and protects all University property.
Bachelor's degree in police science, criminal justice or a related field. (An Associate's degree and two years experience in public service or public safety, or a high school diploma or GED and four years related experience may be considered.) Formal training in law enforcement, safety and security (on-the-job training may be considered). Ability to satisfactorily pass a suitability background investigation, physical examination, and drug screening within the first six months of employment. Possession of a DC Metropolitan Police Commission or the ability to obtain one within the first six months of employment. Valid driver's license required. Candidate selected for an interview must submit a copy of their current driver's license at time of interview. Must be able to be contacted by telephone. Willingness to work varying days and shifts as well as holidays and weekends. Excellent references required. In accordance with University policy and the laws of the District of Columbia and/or licensing bodies, employees in positions involving public safety may be periodically tested for the use of illicit drugs. Sign language skills or the successful completion of at least two progressive courses in sign language in the first year of employment and the ability to sign and read 300 law enforcement and related signs.
Minimum Salary: $15.87 Hr.
Residential Educator (Male)Department: Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD)Job Number: 16047Date Posted: 4/28/2016Status: Accepting applications
Provides supervision and guidance to students after school hours; supervises activities; enforces rules and regulations; seeks ways to transfer content of classroom instruction into the residence halls; provides students with multiple options for continuing their learning beyond the school day; assists in developing and facilitating experiences, opportunities and activities that contribute to total development of student; and promotes national mission priorities and documents activities.
Bachelor's degree in counseling, sociology, social work, psychology, education, physical education, recreation, family and child services, or related field. Some documented experience working in a K-12 setting will be considered (high school diploma or GED and a minimum four years of experience working in a K-12 setting will be considered). Demonstrated ability to handle emergency situations concerning K-12 grade students. Knowledge and understanding of adolescent needs and characteristics and of deafness. Familiarity with residence hall management approaches and student disciplinary philosophies. Willingness to work second shift and weekends. Fluency in American Sign Language required at time of hire.
Must possess and submit as a part of the application package current First Aid and CPR certificates at time of hire, or obtain them, or be recertified in them by attending the Clerc Center Student Life Training Institute held in August of each year.
Must possess and submit as part of the application package a current driver's licenses. Must take and pass the Gallaudet University defensive driving safety course, administered by the Gallaudet University Transportation Department, within two months of hire date and provide 3/5 year current driving record copy from Motor Vehicle Department at the time of hire. Further, must notify the Manager of Residence Education of any and all traffic incidents which result in a ticket being issued by the Police Department of any jurisdiction in the United States.
The Model Secondary School for the Deaf (MSSD) dorms are for high school students, the majority of whom are minors. Therefore, only female applicants may apply for jobs in the girl's dorms; and only male applicants may apply for jobs in the boy's dorm.
Minimum Salary: $17.50
Staff Residential AssistantDepartment: Student Affairs and Academic SupportJob Number: 16045Date Posted: 4/25/2016Status: Accepting applications
Manages the front office in the residence hall; promotes and assures the safety of students and the security of the University residence halls by monitoring access to the building; maintains communication between residents, Residence Life and Housing, Public Safety, and other involved staff during emergency situations.
High school diploma or GED and experience working with deaf individuals. Some experience working in a residential setting in higher education. Must possess skills and certification or be willing to take training in first aid, CPR, and crisis intervention. Demonstrated ability to handle emergency situations concerning students. A high level of tact, integrity and problem-solving skills are necessary. Sign language skills required at time of employment.
Candidate selected will be required to successfully complete a drug screening test and undergo and pay for a suitability background investigation.
Minimum Salary: $12.79 Hour
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