Public Safety Officer II

first_imgConduct foot and mobile security patrols of all campusproperty. Identify and detain violators to turn over to properauthorities.Conduct initial investigation of incidents and file writtenreports as required.Review report logs and provide immediate follow up; worksclosely with personnel from municipal fire and police department orother outside agencies.Respond to all calls for service including lockouts, escorts,noise complaints, etc., in a prompt, courteous, and professionalmanner.Respond to all medical emergencies and provide emergencymedical care as required. Contacts emergency responders such aspolice, fire and/or ambulance as required. Investigate all”accidents” on campus.Observe, investigate, and report any safety or fire hazardspresent on campus.Enforce college parking regulations through physical patrol ofall parking lots.Develop a thorough knowledge of all campus security postsincluding Quad and Central Control. Knowledge/Skills/Experience A high school diploma, GED or equivalent combination ofeducation and experience is required.One to two years of security or related experience is preferredand formal security training is desired.Must pass a pre-employment physical examination, insurance. anddriver’s record check, and National Crime Records check and must befingerprinted.The incumbent is required to become a State of RI licensed EMTand to complete the RI College & University Public SafetyTraining Academy within two years of the date of hire as acondition of continued employment. Successful completion oftraining in OC Spray, PR-24, and handcuffing procedures is requiredwithin a timeframe established by the Public Safety Department butno later than two months from hire date.Must obtain and maintain CPR and Emergency First Aidcertifications.A valid driver’s license required.Must be able to work in an intercultural environment thatreflects the diversity of our students, staff, and faculty, andembraces our vision and mission. The Public Safety Department at Rhode Island School of Design (RISD) is actively building a recruitment list for a number ofanticipated vacancies within the spring 2021 semester. We welcomeapplicants with proven experience interacting with communitymembers representing diverse backgrounds and interests as well asapplicants who embrace our vision and mission. RISD’sDepartment of Public Safety ensures that students, employees,guests and campus properties are safe by providing emergencyservices 24hrs/7 days a week in an urban campus environment.Patrolling the campus in distinctly marked cruisers, on foot andbicycle, we provide emergency medical and incident response,comprehensive building and campus property security, parkingenforcement, shuttle, and escort service.This position is covered under a Collective Bargaining Agreementbetween Rhode Island School of Design and the Rhode Island Schoolof Design Public Safety Officers’ Association. As a condition ofthis role, incumbents in this position are expected tosatisfactorily complete medical, physical, and psychologicalassessments and a comprehensive background investigation. RISDPublic Safety officers are also required to successfully complete aField Training and Evaluation Program upon hire.As an employer, RISD offers a supportive, collegial, andinclusive work environment and a competitive benefitspackage.Essential Functions Union:Public Safety Officers’ AssociationWork Schedule:Shift and days off will be assigned once hired; weekend and 2nd or3rd shift duties are a possibility . Willingness to work additionalshifts, overtime assignments, and flexible hours as needed.This is an essential personnel position, which requires employeesto report to work during emergencies and when RISD is closed due toweather or other situations.Employment Status:Full-timeGrade:05/PS – PSUDocuments Needed to Apply:Resume (required)Cover Letter (required)Incomplete applications will not be considered. Please uploadall required documents.The successful candidate will be required to meet ourpre-employment background screening requirements.For certain positions, RISD is currently supporting remote workarrangements due to the pandemic. When work resumes in person,employees are expected to perform work on campus.RISD recognizes diversity and inclusivity as fundamental to itslearning community and integral to an art and design education. Wewelcome candidates whose experience has prepared them to contributeto our commitment to diversity and excellence. RISD is an EqualOpportunity Employer. Employment decisions are made without regardto race, color, religion, sex, age, national origin, disability,veteran status, sexual orientation, gender identity or expression,genetics, or any other protected characteristic as established bylaw.For internal use only – Job Family:Safety & Securitylast_img read more

Magdalen Tower lit blue for World Diabetes Day

first_imgMagdalen College Tower in High Street joined landmarks such as Big Ben and the Sydney Opera House by turning blue at 4.30pm yesterday in honour of World Diabetes Day. It is the first time an Oxford building has been lit to mark this occasion, an official United Nations Day led by the International Diabetes Federation.The move follows a collaboration between Magdalen College and researchers at The Oxford Centre for Diabetes, Endocrinology and Metabolism (OCDEM) at the Churchill Hospital. On Friday, between 2pm and 6pm, the OCDEM will also be holding an open day, “Eyes on Diabetes: Research and Innovation”, to showcase the centre’s most recent work.This year’s World Diabetes Day focused on highlighting the importance of screening to ensure early diagnosis of Type 2 diabetes, and swift treatment to limit the risk of severe complications.Magdalen College Home Bursar Mark Blandford-Baker commented, “Magdalen is delighted to be able to support this Awareness Campaign for World Diabetes Day and in doing so highlight the excellent research work going on in Oxford, including the work of an alumnus of the College, Dr Rustam Rea.”Dr Garry Tan, consultant physician and clinical lead at OCDEM, added, “There is lots which can be done, from prevention of diabetes through to new medications for both type 1 and type 2 diabetes, all of which should be underpinned by education and support to enable people to live well with their diabetes.“World Diabetes Day is a day when millions of people around the world come together to raise awareness of diabetes and what it’s really like to live with the condition.“Oxford is one of the leading centres in the world for research into diabetes, and we will be opening our doors to people to come and find out what is happening about diabetes in Oxfordshire.”last_img read more

In Brief

first_imgAsda’s new “hot cross hedgehog” loaf is the “best product it has ever put out”, according to bakery director Huw Edwards. The new 400g spicy bloomer loaf, priced at 92p, has a ripple effect from cuts on the top. Bakery equipment company Capway Systems has started marketing Rijkaart NV products in the UK, after taking over the Dutch dough-processing equipment firm last year. The acquisition gives Capway the capability to supply complete production lines.A NEW report from market analyst Datamonitor reveals the UK is Europe’s biggest user of own-label goods, with pene-tration rate exceeding 35% of total consumer packaged goods spending. Consumer spending on private-label food, drinks and personal care reached £39 billion in 2005, and Datamonitor forecasts this will increase a further 25%, to £48.7bn in 2010. Kroll, administrator of snacks company Golden Wonder, is in negotiations with three separate parties as it seeks to sell the firm’s remaining operations, including brands such as Nik Naks. Its manufacturing site for Pringles Mini in Corby was sold to CTO Holdings, an affiliate of Tayto (NI) on January 13. Golden Wonder is continuing to trade since going into administration on January 6.last_img read more

Press release: UKEF makes senior appointments to support UK’s export ambitions

first_imgUK Export Finance (UKEF) has made 3 appointments to its senior management to enhance its capability and capacity to realise the ambitions set out in its Business Plan for 2017-20. Media enquiries: Robert Maccabe, Head of Press and Corporate Communications I am delighted to be leading UKEF’s civil, infrastructure and energy underwriting division at an exciting time for UK exports and international trade. In the last year, UKEF has enhanced its reputation as a world-leading export credit agency, from extending short-term finance to the UK supply chain, to expanding our overseas buyer finance to 62 local currencies. We are better placed than ever before to support UK exports. Richard Simon-Lewis, Head of Origination, Client Coverage, Marketing and Communications Adam Harris, Head of Civil, Infrastructure and Energy Andy Blacksell, Head of Underwriting Policy and Products I want to ensure UK exporters and their buyers can realise the full benefits of that, and am excited to be leading UKEF’s international drive to bring these major opportunities to the UK. UKEF’s offering must remain agile and adaptable, so I am excited to be able to take this role to ensure our product range continues to evolve in a way that is both evidence-based and, crucially, puts the needs of UK exporters first. Email [email protected] Richard commented: I am very pleased to announce these appointments into key positions as we look to deliver world-leading finance to help the UK’s world-leading exporters grow their business internationally. helping to connect UK capability with international demand raising awareness of UKEF’s support among exporters and overseas buyers generating new business both at home and abroad helping to develop a new network of international advisers, to support UKEF’s overseas activity across 20 different markets Richard, Adam and Andy will bring the expertise, creativity and ambition required to help UKEF realise its aim to be the best export credit agency in the world. By working closely with our customers and their overseas buyers, and growing our capacity to do ever more business in these vital sectors in which the UK is a recognised leader, we can help UK businesses thrive internationally. Mobile +44 (0)7791 797810 Richard Simon-Lewis, Head of Origination, Client Coverage, Marketing and CommunicationsRichard will focus on seeking and securing global opportunities for UK exporters: BackgroundRichard has over 25 years’ experience in structured financing, heading up energy and infrastructure units at leading project and export institutions.In 2016, he became UKEF’s Head of Civil, Infrastructure and Energy and led the division through a period of significant growth, as well as pioneering an innovative new ‘supplier fair’ model which has connected hundreds of UK companies with opportunities worth hundreds of millions on major international projects.Adam began his career in the Civil Service Fast Stream, gaining experience in a range of positions, including credit risk analysis at UKEF, as well as policy at HM Treasury and HM Revenue and Customs. He spent over five years in UKEF’s aerospace underwriting division, before becoming Chief of Staff to Louis Taylor, UKEF Chief Executive, in 2016.Andy has over 15 years’ experience at UKEF, spanning roles as a country policy officer for sub-Saharan Africa and an underwriter in UKEF’s civil, aerospace and defence sector teams, as well as managing the department’s transition through landmark changes to its governing statute in 2015. They will help UKEF implement its strategy to lead with finance, bring major international business opportunities to the UK and help UK companies better compete for business around the world.Additional recruitment into senior roles across UKEF’s policy and operations divisions to build the department’s capacity and expertise further is planned for the coming months.Louis Taylor, UKEF’s Chief Executive Officer, welcomed Richard, Adam and Andy to their roles, saying: Andy Blacksell, Head of Underwriting Policy and ProductsAndy will focus on the development and delivery of products that UK exporters need to support them in making the most of trading internationally, with greater pace, efficiency and capacity.Andy commented: Adam Harris, Head of Civil, Infrastructure and EnergyAdam will manage and develop UKEF’s growing team of 30 specialist underwriters, responsible for delivering and enhancing UKEF’s support for the civil, infrastructure and energy sectors.Adam commented:last_img read more

Dave Matthews Band Covers Prince In A Set Of Classics On Night Two Of The Gorge

first_imgDave Matthews Band returned to The Gorge Amphitheatre last night for the second night of their annual three-night stand at the storied venue. The band has announced that they’ll be taking an extended hiatus following this run, giving the weekend an extra feeling of importance for fans and band alike. There’s no telling when DMB will return to the stage, so this weekend is a huge celebration of the band’s deep catalog. Night one featured fan-favorites like “The Song That Jane Likes”, “Warehouse”, “Dancing Nancies”, and “Grey Street” (among others), and night two featured more of the same, with a funky Prince cover thrown in and another appearance by Brazilian brass legend Carlos Malta.The band opened up with “Squirm”, before really getting the set started with a pair of beloved tracks in “One Sweet World” and “Granny”. The beginning of the set also featured “When the World Ends”, “Funny the Way It Is”, and a standout “Crush” before the band segued into “Bartender” and invited Malta out for his first tune of the evening. “Bartender” was only played one other time in 2016, so the song was truly appreciated by the DMB faithful who trekked out to The Gorge. Malta would join the band on “Cry Freedom”, Dave Matthews solo track “Gravedigger”, and “Jimi Thing” throughout the course of the evening, adding his signature sound to DMB’s well-oiled machine.After “Jimi Thing”, DMB performed a super-funky cover of “Sexy MF” by Prince that really got the crowd moving, before the band brought their set to a close with “Pantala Naga Pampa” > “Rapunzel”. The band returned to the stage for an extended, three-song encore of “Sister”, “Two Step”, and “Halloween” that put a cap on an excellent evening.Check out the full setlist below, courtesy of setlist.fm. Dave Matthews Band have one more show at The Gorge tonight before beginning their extended hiatus on Monday. Edit this setlist | More Dave Matthews Band setlistslast_img read more

Governor Wolf Statement on Capitol Rally to Protect Women’s Health Services

first_imgGovernor Wolf Statement on Capitol Rally to Protect Women’s Health Services SHARE Email Facebook Twitter April 18, 2017center_img Healthcare,  Press Release,  Public Health,  Statement,  Women’s Rights Harrisburg, PA – Governor Tom Wolf released the following statement in advance of today’s rally on the Capitol steps in support of women’s health care access:“The attacks on women’s health at both the federal and state level are nothing more than politicians inserting themselves between doctors and their patients. I thank the many women and men who have stood up are taking a stand against these efforts, including those rallying at the Capitol today. The attacks on women’s reproductive health care and organizations like Planned Parenthood put women, especially in rural and underserved communities, at risk of having extremely limited access to essential health services. Federal and state politicians should be focused on fixing our schools, getting people back to work, and solving the opioid and heroin crisis, not making it harder for women to access critical health and wellness services. I will veto any measure, including Senate Bills 3 and 300, that seeks to prevent women from accessing health care services or providers that they or their doctor deem appropriate for their own health.”last_img read more

Jan. 17 declared special holiday for Kalibo fest

first_imgExecutive Secretary Salvador Medialdeasigned Proclamation No. 884 in behalf of President Rodrigo Duterte on Jan. 10to mark the celebration of the Ati-Atihan. BORACAY – Malacañang has declared Jan.17 a special non-working holiday in Kalibo, Aklan – the home of Ati-AtihanFestival.  Meanwhile, a devotional novena was seton Jan. 10 to 18 while the liturgies and Sadsad around Pastrana Park was slatedJan. 2 to 12 with masses for the devotees, leading to the Feast of Señor Sto.Niño de Kalibo.           “It is but fitting and proper that thepeople of the Municipality of Kalibo be given full opportunity to celebrate andparticipate in the occasion with appropriate ceremonies,” the proclamationsaid.    Among the activities of the festivalinclude “Paeapak or pahilot” on Jan. 2 to 19; “Pagbisita ag Paghatod kay SeñorSto. Niño de Kalibo sa Baryo” on Jan. 2 to 9; and the dawn penitentialprocession, the blessing of tribes and pilgrims, and the Ro Hornada on Jan. 18.center_img The Kalibo town in Aklan is set for its annual Ati-Atihan Festival. In line with the celebration, Executive Secretary Salvador Medialdea signed a proclamation declaring Jan. 17 a special non-working holiday in the capital town. EXPLORE BY TRAVELOKA On Jan. 19, the transfer of the Sto.Niño image will highlight the morning celebration while a religious processionand torch parade of the Sto. Niño images will take place around 3 p.m. alongthe major streets of the capital town.           A closing liturgy rite around 8 p.m.will cap the 18-day celebration.(With areport from Akean Forum/PN)last_img read more

W. Visayas retains ASF-free status

first_imgThis province continues to regulate the movement of pork and pork products to protect the hog industries and localities free from the virus. These pigs are being raised in a farm. All the provinces in Western Visayas remain free from African swine fever, according to the Department of Agriculture. BUSINESSWORLD Regions declared free-zones or clear zones can send their live pigs, hog carcasses, pork and pork byproducts anywhere in the country. The National Zoning and Movement Plan in DA Circular No. 12, series of 2019 categorized the provinces and cities in the country into “free zone” and “contaminated zone” to indicate the levels of ASF. The Office of Provincial Veterinarian said the public should be vigilant and responsible about safeguarding Aklan’s swine industry against ASF.(With a report from Akean Forum/PN) To recall, Gov. Florencio Miraflores issued Executive Orders No. 46 and 60 last year along with Memorandum Order No. 31 earlier this year to ban the entry of live swine, products and by products from Luzon and other ASF-affected places in Mindanao. ASF is a highly contagious hemorrhagic viral disease that spreads rapidly in pigs. Since there is no known vaccine against it yet – sick pigs die in two to 10 days – ASF is destructive to the swine industry.last_img read more

East Central senior receives excellence award

first_imgST. LEON, Ind. — Rylie Seaver, a senior at East Central High School, has been named as a 2017 Indiana Career and Technical Education Award for Excellence recipient.Seaver is completing the CORE 40 Academic Honors Diploma as well as the CORE 40 Technical Honors Diploma with a 3.99 GPA.The school says she has taken a wide variety of dual credit and AP courses while in high school and has been very involved in the community through middle and high school.The Awards for Excellence program identifies and recognizes students, programs, guidance/personnel service, and active partnerships that contribute to high-quality career and technical education in Indiana.Seaver will receive her award on February 17, during a ceremony at the Indiana Government Center.last_img read more