$17.80-$25.32 Hourly / $3,085.33-$4,388.80 Monthly / $37,024.00-$52,665.60 Yearly
An employee in this class is responsible for acting in a lead capacity and performing security tasks for municipal facilities in order to prevent fire, theft, vandalism, and personal injury to
visitors. Tasks include ensuring that facilities are secured and that security systems are
operational; collections duties; observing, resolving, and/or reporting any unusual conditions or activities and assisting visitors with questions and problems; and event set up, traffic control and crowd control in facilities. It is important that employees be capable of remaining alert and observant during long periods of solitude. Employees are sometimes required to work nights, weekends, and holidays, or at locations removed from the department’s primary facility, without proximity to the immediate supervisor. The exercise of reasonable initiative and independent judgment, as well as tact and courtesy, are expected in performing public contact tasks, particularly those involving complaints and disputes. Employees perform security work outdoors, sometimes in inclement weather. The operation of a motor vehicle might be required. Work is reviewed through observation, reports submitted, and results obtained.
Exercises responsibility acting as lead worker and assists in the oversight and coordination plans, assigns, oversees, and reviews the work of Security personnel; provides training and establishes schedules for employees;
Collects monies from pay stations located throughout the city several times per week and participates in the ending collections process.
Patrols municipal facilities on foot, in a motor vehicle to guard against fire, theft,
vandalism, and other disruptive acts; ensures that buildings, equipment, and materials are
secured; checks gates and doors to ensure that they are locked; keeps unauthorized persons out of
area and away from equipment and materials; observes any unusual conditions and resolves or
reports as circumstances require; requests police, fire, or other assistance in resolving problems
or quelling disturbances as necessary; detains persons violating rules and regulations until police
arrive if needed.
Assists facility visitors by providing directions, answering routine questions about assigned area
or the city, and referring to appropriate persons for other information.
Places safety cones, barricades and warning lights in hazardous areas in order to protect
pedestrians and drivers from construction work.
Completes reports and other forms such as accident reports when required.
Issues parking violation tickets in order to facilitate
collection of fines; initiates procedures on vehicles illegally parked, abandoned, or recorded on
the impound list in order to facilitate impounding of vehicles; checks monthly parking and other
permits on cars to ensure that they are valid; accesses automotive vehicle license plate
identification system to identify and immobilize vehicles with outstanding overdue parking fines.
Performs related work as required.
Working knowledge of: security procedures and responsibilities; rules and regulations of
assigned department or area.
Knowledge of: the city, its geography and the location of parking facilities as
required; custodial procedures as required; Intermediate reporting and records keeping procedures.
Ability to: remain alert and observant while working alone; act in a leadership capacity; think and act quickly and calmly in emergencies; establish and maintain effective working relationships with supervisors, other employees, and the general public; perform minor first aid procedures as required; prepare routine reports as required. Handle large amounts of monies.
Skill in: the operation of a lightweight motor vehicle.
Possession of a valid Florida driver's license required.