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Management Job Openings



Open to all qualified applicants. Outside applicants must apply on Edjoin


#2023-24-M04                                                                                                                        May 25, 2023

                                               Director of Safety and Campus Officers                    



Under the direction of the Superintendent or Designee, coordinate and supervise Safety and Security programs and functions affecting the safety, security, and emergency preparedness of District campuses, facilities, students, staff, and visitors. Supervise daily operations and training of Campus Officers and safety personnel. Implements program designated to increase safety and decrease violence.


Five years of experience in law enforcement, incident Command Systems, and confidential investigations Two years successful experience in a supervisory capacity.

PC 830.1
PC 830.2

First Aid and CPR certifications issued by the American Red Cross

Valid California Driver’s License (insurability under District’s liability insurance) Authorization to carry a concealed weapon.

Desired Qualification:
Bachelor’s Degree with emphasis in protective/police coursework, administration of justice or a closely related field

Other education and/or certificates applicable to the position Experience in safety and security management in an educational setting

POST Supervisory/Management Certificate
CA SB1626 Certification
Spanish bilingual skills

Knowledge of:
Local, county, state and federal safety and security procedures and practices; District organization, operations, and objectives; basic supervisory functions and methods, personnel staffing and evaluation; small and large group training development; student behavior modification strategies, crowd control procedures, and property protection procedures; planning, organization, and direction of campus officers and security activities for a school district; applicable sections of State Education Code and other federal, state, and county laws, District Personnel policies, collective bargaining agreements, rules and regulations; modern office practices and equipment including, but not limited to, District computer applications.


Ability to:
Develop, recommend, implement and evaluate comprehensive Districtwide safety and security programs, including the Crisis Intervention Plan and School Safety Plans; exhibit strong organizational, communication, public relations, and interpersonal skills; work collaboratively with others, including site administration and local law enforcement agencies, to develop and implement programs, procedures and processes; communicate effectively in writing and verbally; skilled in public speaking and presentation; collaborate with the Director of Risk Management in assessment of facility preparedness for enhanced security; understand and work with security related technology (security cameras and locks, video exporting, access control systems); conduct random checks to campuses to assess safety/security preparedness and campus officer effectiveness; document and file incident reports to appropriate agencies and offices; prepare and present annual statistics and evaluation of campus officers to the Superintendent, and provide recommendations; plan, organize, and administer campus officers and security activities for a school district; plan, organize, and direct the District campus safety office in compliance with Peace Officer Standards Training (POST) standards and regulations.


Areas of Supervision:
Campus Officer Personnel


Essential & Representative Responsibilities:

  • Work collaboratively with District and site staff to provide students with high quality, safe and productive learning environments. E
  • Coordinate and monitor daily operations of Campus E
  • Serve with Superintendent as a liaison with local law enforcement E
  • Coordinate School Resource Officer (SRO) and Canine Detection E
  • Coordinate District and outside agency response to urgent, emergency and/or safety-related situations at District campuses and facilities. E
  • Coordinate requests for records, video recording and other pertinent E
  • Develop, coordinate, and implement operational or safety plans for special E
  • Work with Superintendent or Designee to conduct, manage, and review reports for internal investigations. E
  • Provide information/data for internal reports and E
  • Work with Risk Manager to coordinate review and update District emergency operation E
  • Coordinate mandated safety and security audits of campuses and E
  • Work with sites and law enforcement to coordinate drills and exercises with outside E
  • Evaluate and make recommendation for security systems hardware and E
  • Review and report on safety related equipment and procedure E
  • Perform related duties as


Working Conditions

Indoor/outdoor environment; subject to constant interruptions; may be exposed to communicable disease and anti-social behavior; prolonged periods at a computer terminal.

Physical Abilities

Dexterity of hands and fingers to operate modern office equipment; drive a vehicle; sitting or standing for extended periods of time; carrying, running, pushing/pulling, bending at waist, kneeling, stooping, or crouching; ability to read a variety of materials; hearing and speaking to exchange information; reaching overhead, above shoulders, and horizontally; ability to lift up to 50 lbs.

At the discretion of the Superintendent, this position may be assigned to classified or certificated personnel who possess the knowledge and skills necessary for job performance.

Range S; $160,087 - $181,288 (3 Steps)           

Work Year:
222 days

To Begin:
July 1, 2023

Application Procedure:

Interested applicants who meet the qualifications for the position are to submit:

  1. The District Management Application. Outside applicants must apply on
  2. Letter of Intent/Introductory Letter addressed to Charlene Saenz, Assistant Superintendent of Personnel Services
  3. Current resume
  4. Three letters of recommendation


Send all applications to the Personnel Services Office attention:

Charlene Saenz
Assistant Superintendent of Personnel Services
Chaffey Joint Union High School District
211 West Fifth Street
Ontario, CA 91762


Deadline for receipt of application in the Personnel Services Office is June 7, 2023, at 4:00 P.M.


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