I'll be completely honest with you and say there isn't enough money being spent to do this right. If you really want to run that distance in a single run you'll need to increase your budget. The PFT300 I believe you're talking about isn't outdoor rated and doesn't carry any kind of safety rating.Back on the subject, I am not really not finding many/any consumer grade PoE+s that meet @Teken 's advice of total watts/ports >= 30W.
The only one on the suggestion list I'm seeing is this one: IPCP-8P2G-AT - 8 Port POE Plus Switch W/ 2 Gigabit Uplinks which would be exactly what I'm looking for but it doesn't seem to be a real IPCamPower switch. That's the only result for it on google and it says "By ICOMTECH" at the end of the listing
For this one super long run I would suggest you purchase a high power POE (BT) injector (60-90 watts). One side will connect to the LAN of your switch and the other will output data and power to the first leg. The second leg will use a outdoor rated POE extender that is at least IP67 rated.
You simply need to add more POE extenders at 328 feet intervals or (100 meters).
Given the extreme distance you better be using shielded direct burial cable and a SPD / TVSS (Surge Protective Device) at each video camera. If you don't have any equipment, shelving, racking, cabinets, that have a ground strap. You're wasting your time with the shielded cable as the entire infrastructure must be bonded to the single point Earth ground of the electrical service panels ground wire.
Otherwise when the first lightning strike appears expect a collect call from God.
I am with @sebastiantombs in saying low voltage wiring should be used for the IR lighting / other. 12-2 would probably be the limit given the distance you intend to span but IR doesn't require a huge amount of power and they often have a huge 25% +/- power (voltage) allowance to operate.
Regardless, 10-2 of OFC low voltage direct burial cable would meet the required distance.