Campus Security - Day & Evening Shifts

Campus Security - Day & Evening Shifts
Now hiring Campus Security Officers at a large, well-known educational institution in Standish! Get your foot in the door at a reputable company while ensuring the safety and security of a beautiful facility.
What's in it for you?
Stability of a full time, temp to hire job
Day and evening shifts available: Work Friday-Tuesday from 8am-4pm or 4pm-12am
$10.12-12.33/hour depending on experience and shift
What will you be doing?
Patrolling the buildings and grounds on foot, in a golf cart, or in a company vehicle
Responding to emergency calls and situations
Cross-training in patrol and dispatch
Remaining calm in stressful situations
What will you bring to the job?
Experience in public safety, military, police, or campus security is a plus!
Strong oral and written communication skills
Good customer service, multitasking, and computer skills
Ability to remain calm in stressful situations
Ability to walk extensively or sit for hours at a time as needed throughout the shift
Let's try to put an end to your job search by applying today. Contact a team member today by applying online, calling 207-774-8258, or texting "Campus Security" to 207-560-0928.
You can also find all of our open positions by visiting www.ManpowerMaine.com. We look forward to working with you!
You'll love working with Manpower - but don't take our word for it! Here's what one of our associates had to say about their experience:
"They were quick with their service, and found me the right position." - T.W., Biddeford
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