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  • WTF is a "Student Advisor" in Security Context?

    https://sfbay.craigslist.org/nby/sec...811659347.html

    At a GRAMMAR school for under $20 and no real qualifications.

    Are they trying to say "traffic guard" but their PhDs in "Education Studies" got them tongue tied?

  • #2
    It's not that complex. You just don't seem to be able to read and understand things...hence WHY you always post these jobs and immediately condemn them. Perhaps it's YOUR ignorance, not the job posters. Seems they fill them quickly enough with people who can read and write...

    Ignorance is no excuse. Perhaps spend some of that time sleeping on the job studying English..?

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    • #3
      You are the school security guard, but not the "resource officer," because that usually is LEO and pays more. They want Mr. Rogers and Mr. T rolled into one. It's kind of like "Security Concierge" positions - you are the guard when they need a guard, the rest of the time you are a doorman / custodian.

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      • #4
        Originally posted by Condo Guard View Post
        You are the school security guard, but not the "resource officer," because that usually is LEO and pays more. They want Mr. Rogers and Mr. T rolled into one. It's kind of like "Security Concierge" positions - you are the guard when they need a guard, the rest of the time you are a doorman / custodian.
        so you be "advising" them to "BEHAVE YOU BRATS, OR ELSE!"???

        last time I heard of "advisors" it was some PC stuff about not calling Counselors "counselors" because that is what convicts had in prison, since THEY wanted a PC name for "chief correction officer" or whatever.

        In Jr and HS your "advisor" was some tired schelumb who set your class schedule once or twice a year.

        No wonder kids can't read or write. In English a "resource officer" would maybe be the guy in "the cage" who signs out tools, balls, supplies and other stuff. Supply clerk.

        My Union has some woman who is a "Resource" but she just gets $100K for doing nothing as some political appointee.

        Here is 'description' but has big yellow "x" like it was crossed out.
        https://www.edjoin.org/JobDescriptio...0204150722.pdf
        Last edited by Squid; 02-05-2019, 05:15 PM.

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        • #5
          "Security" is a scary word, so schools don't want to seem like they're bad schools because they have security guards. As a result, they use other terms, such as "student advisor".

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          • #6
            Originally posted by Consolewatcher View Post
            "Security" is a scary word, so schools don't want to seem like they're bad schools because they have security guards. As a result, they use other terms, such as "student advisor".
            we called'em " the Yard Duty" or plural Yard Duties in my day.

            They were typically some relation to admin brass who needed a job. They watched us during recess and lunch when teachers were hiding in "Teacher's Lounge".

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