The Bridgewater State University Police Department is a great place to work.
Please browse below for job descriptions and information on how to join our team.
The Bridgewater State University Police Department employs full and part-time professional staff.
Position vacancies are posted and applied for through the Office of Human Resources, Boyden Hall, (508) 531-1324.
The Bridgewater State University Police Department employs full-time police officers and part-time reserve police officers. These positions are highly competitive. Previous experience and training in policing, particularly in a college setting, is preferred. Bridgewater State University Police Officers provide a full range of police services and receive comprehensive training, including the municipal police officer academy.
Reserve Police Officer
Reserve police officers are part-time, on call employees. This is a great opportunity for those just starting their law enforcement careers. Minimum requirements for this position include successful completion of the Reserve/Intermittent police academy.
The Department employs full-time communications dispatchers. Dispatchers perform a number of tasks including answering emergency calls by phone and radio as well as police-related clerical functions.
Parking Lot Monitor
The Department employs part-time parking lot monitors who are assigned to key parking lots on campus in order to provide access control to authorized vehicles.
The Department employs several full-time and part-time staff to support the Department's mission.
Click on the link below to fill out an application for Student Employment with the Bridgewater State University Police Department
University Safety Escort Service
As a University Safety Escort van driver, you are responsible for the safe transportation of students and other BSU community members as a safer alternative to walking alone at night. Four-hour shifts are available 7 days a week between the hours of 7p.m. and 3a.m. There is also a student-coordinator position for this program. For more information visit the Safety Escort Service webpage.
Student Dispatcher Program
As a student dispatcher you will assist full-time police officers and dispatchers by answering telephones, dispatching personnel and assisting the public. Student dispatchers also have primary responsibility for answering and dispatching requests for the Safety Escort vans.
The clerical assistant aids in a variety of clerical functions including answering telephones, filing, and special projects. Experience with Microsoft Office is helpful.
For additional information regarding student employment please visit Student Employment.
Last Modified: September 4, 2012