Roosevelt Island Jobs Available, Cornell Tech Seeking Assistant Director Of Public Safety For New Roosevelt Island Campus - Senior Developer, Ass't Director Career Management & User Experience Designer Too
Are you looking for a job on Roosevelt Island?
If yes, and you have public safety and security experience, Cornell Tech may have a job for you on its new Roosevelt Island campus
to open for the start of the Fall 2017 semester.
Cornell Tech is seeking an Assistant Director of Safety and Security. According to Cornell Tech:
The Assistant Director of Safety & Security has responsibility for the direction and leadership of the safety and security of Cornell Tech and, as such, plays a major role in the safety and security of the entire campus community. Reporting to the Senior Director of Facilities Operations, the Assistant Director is expected to lead, promote, and support the Department of Safety & Security (DSS) as a comprehensive, customer-sensitive campus security enforcement unit within the physical boundaries of the Cornell Tech campus, and to coordinate DSS activities with those of local law enforcement, fire, and safety services. This role plans, organizes, directs and administers the overall emergency response, security planning, and compliance initiatives for DSS. This includes development and administration of safety education, safety policies, emergency management and enforcement of Campus policies. The Assistant Director is responsible for all operational and administrative matters of the DSS, and will represent the campus’s interest in security matters with senior administrators, local officials, faculty members, community members, students, staff, and others.Click here for more information and to apply.
Cornell Tech also has current jobs available for:
- Developer or Senior Developer in Residence,
- Marketing Coordinator,
- Assistant Director of Career Management and
- User Experience Designer in Residence
Cornell Tech Chief Administrative Officer Juliet Weissman described their academic program and introduced Floyd Young, the new Director of Facilities Operations (who will oversee campus security)
during June 13 Roosevelt Island Town Hall Meeting.