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- Santa Barbara, California
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Airport Patrol Officer job at City of in Santa Barbara CA
Description, duties, responsibilities
Under general supervision provide armed airport law enforcement with arrest and detention authority to comply with Transportation Security Administration Regulations and utilizing the Citys Airport Security Program; patrol the Airport property and enforce federal state and local laws codes ordinances rules and regulations; identify apprehend and detain suspected violators as appropriate; issue warnings and citations or initiate arrests as appropriate; ensure that the facility continually operates in compliance with the Airport Security Program and the Transportation Security Regulations; assist Airport administrative staff with Airport tenant lease enforcement; serve legal and administrative documents related to Airport tenancies; and other duties as assigned. Applicants who do not currently possess the California POST Basic Course Module II Certificate or higher will be appointed as an Airport Patrol Officer Trainee ($1850.31 biweekly) until at least POST Basic Course Module II Certificate is obtained.
Knowledge of: Principles and practices of airport patrol; criminal procedures and investigative techniques; California vehicle and penal code; firearm safety and self defense; Federal Aviation Administration regulations; modern office procedures methods and computer equipment; principles and procedures of record keeping; pertinent federal state and local laws codes and regulations.
Ability to: Make decisions in emergency situations to protect life and property at the Airport; enforce federal state and local laws and regulations departmental procedures security guidelines and other regulations applicable to airport security; tactfully communicate rules and regulations to the public airport tenants and unruly individuals; establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of duty; project a positive public image; document shift activities in written form; communicate clearly and concisely both orally and in writing.
Citizenship: Must be a citizen of the United States at time of appointment or a permanent resident alien who has applied for and will obtain citizenship within three (3) years of this application for employment.
Age Requirement: Must be at least 21 years of age at time of appointment.
License Requirements: Applicant must possess a valid California drivers license at the time of appointment.
Work Schedule: Incumbents must be available to work all shifts Monday through Sunday including evenings nights weekends and holidays call back and standby duty. Airport Patrol Officers can be assigned either a 3/12 work schedule (3 days 12 hours per day with a one 10 hour pay-back shift per month) a 3/12 work schedule (3 days 12 hours per day with an 8 hour pay-back shift per pay period) or a 4/10 work schedule (4 days 10 hours per day).
Other Requirements: Appointees must possess a valid California POST Basic Course Module II Certificate (or higher) at time of appointment or successfully complete a City-sponsored POST Basic Course Module II Academy within one year. If a Module II Academy is not available the appointee may be required to complete a City-sponsored POST Basic Academy. Appointee must also successfully complete Aviation Security Training PC 832.1: a) for appointees who possess a valid POST Basic Course Module II certificate at the time of appointment the PC 832.1 training must be completed within ninety days of appointment; b) for appointees who do not possess a POST Basic Course Module II certificate at the time of appointment the PC 832.1 course must be completed with 90 days from the date the appointee completes the POST Basic Course Module II Academy. Applicants who do not currently possess the California POST Basic Course Module II Certificate will be appointed as an Airport Patrol Officer Trainee until POST Basic Course Module II Certificate is obtained. Applicants must not have a history of personal or criminal conduct which would affect suitability for employment as an Airport Patrol Officer. Ability to speak Spanish is highly desirable.
Applicants must submit a completed City Application and responses to the Supplemental Questionnaire.
It is important that your application and supplemental questionnaire show all the relevant education training experience knowledge skills and abilities you possess that qualify you for this position. Applications supplemental questionnaires and acknowledgement forms will be reviewed and the most qualified candidates will be invited to participate in the exam process. Applications and supplemental questionnaires may be rejected if incomplete.
The selection process may consist of the following: application/questionnaire rating practice/written exercise written exam oral board exam physical agility exam departmental interview background investigation polygraph psychological evaluation medical exam and controlled substances screening.
CITY APPLICATIONS AND RESPONSES TO SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE ARE BEING ACCEPTED ON A CONTINUOUS BASIS.
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