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The Department of Public Safety (DPS) OHSU Police Officer is responsible for the safety and security of the OHSU community, including all OHSU members, patients, and visitors, as well as all OHSU resources, facilities, and property within the Officer’s assigned area(s) of responsibility. The OHSU Police Officer may carry out these duties under the direct supervision of the shift Operations Lieutenant, shift Sergeant, or other DPS management, but will also be capable of effectively carrying out these responsibilities with minimal or no direct supervision, when necessary.
The University Police Officer is trained in accordance with applicable DPSST (Department of Public Safety Standards & Training) requirements, applicable state law, and OHSU Public Safety departmental policy to exercise the authorities of a police officer.
The University Police Officer will act at all times in support of the University’s mission and goals, and is expected to exercise his/her authorities in support of the University, and in a manner consistent with the University’s strategic plans, University policies, departmental policies, and in a manner supportive of the University’s unique culture.
The University Police Officer is expected to demonstrate enthusiastic support for the policies, procedures, vision, mission, priorities, and goals of the DPS and the University at all times.
While the University Police Officer has a unique role at the University, and in the law enforcement community, the Officer’s primary responsibility is to support and continually do their best to improve the partnership between the DPS and all other University departments, as well as external law enforcement agencies while ensuring the safety and security of the campus.
The University Police Officer will follow the established chain of command by bringing information, requests, concerns, etc. first to his/her immediate supervisor whenever possible before moving to senior DPS management and/or higher levels of OHSU management.
The University Police Officer is expected to adhere to the following:
The University Police Officer is subject to recall at any time to assist in any emergency that may be critical to the full time operation of the hospital, response to a hazard or emergency, or in relief of other OHSU Public Safety staff.
Incident Response & Investigation
Patrol & Enforcement
Community Relations/Customer Service
Salary Range: $33.46 - $45.50 per hour
Recruitment process will consist of:
Completion of application (with resume) and questionnaire, and completing the Frontline Written Exam. It is the applicant's responsibility to schedule with the National Testing Network at http://www.nationaltestingnetwork.com , select OHSU as an agency to send test scores to, and take the Frontline Written Exam. Test scores are good for one year.
Qualified applicants will be notified if they passed Phase I of the testing process and will then be invited for an Oral Board Interview.
Applicants who successfully pass Phase 2 will be invited to pre-employment psychological testing that will take place on the Marquam Hill Campus.
Qualified applicants who make it to Phase 4 will undergo a final interview, background investigation and the remaining psychological and medical evaluations.
Oregon Health & Science University values a diverse and culturally competent workforce. We are proud of our commitment to being an equal opportunity, affirmative action organization that does not discriminate against applicants on the basis of any protected class status, including disability status and protected veteran status. Individuals with diverse backgrounds and those who promote diversity and a culture of inclusion are encouraged to apply. To request reasonable accommodation contact the Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Department at 503-494-5148 or firstname.lastname@example.org.