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The Security Director manages a staff of security guards and surveillance personnel, who are responsible for patrolling and inspecting the organization’s property against theft, fire, vandalism, and terrorism, as well as ensuring the safety of personnel and visitors while on or about the organization’s premises.
Reports directly to the organization’s chief executive (President). Works in conjunction with Information Security staff to ensure security of IT facilities and operations.
The Security Director Job Description is mentioned in the following procedures:
|Procedure ID and Name||Policies & Procedures Manual|
|SEC101 Procedural Security||Security Planning|
|SEC102 Annual Risk Assessment||Security Planning|
|SEC103 Ethics and Conduct||Security Planning|
|SEC104 Fingerprinting||Security Planning|
|SEC105 Policy and Criminal Violations||Security Planning|
|SEC106 Employee Use of Drugs or Alcohol||Security Planning|
|SEC107 Possession and Carrying Firearms||Security Planning|
|SEC109 Suspicious Persons and Activities||Security Planning|
|SEC111 Internal Investigations||Security Planning|
|SEC112 Court Testimony by Employees||Security Planning|
|SEC113 Proprietary Information||Security Planning|
|SEC114 Company Guard Program||Security Planning|
|SEC115 Information Security EDP center||Security Planning|
|SEC116 Fire Prevention and Detection||Security Planning|
|SEC117 Hazardous Material||Security Planning|
|SEC118 Inventory Delivery Receiving Controls||Security Planning|
|SEC119 Security Devices||Security Planning|
|SEC120 Opening Closing Cash Facilities||Security Planning|
|SEC121 Transportation of Currency||Security Planning|
|SEC122 Combinations||Security Planning|
|SEC123 Key and Access Device Control||Security Planning|
|SEC127 Robbery Procedures: Staff Personnel||Security Planning|
|SEC128 Robbery Procedures: Management Personnel||Security Planning|
|SEC129 Extortion Procedures: Staff Personnel||Security Planning|
|SEC130 Extortion Procedures: Management Personnel||Security Planning|
|SEC131 Bomb Threat Procedures: Staff Personnel||Security Planning|
|SEC132 Bomb Threat Procedures: Management Personnel||Security Planning|
|SEC133 Emergency Procedures: Management||Security Planning|
|SEC134 Disaster Response: Staff||Security Planning|
|SEC135 Disaster Response: Management||Security Planning|
|SEC136 Workplace Violence||Security Planning|
|SEC137 Personal Protection and Safety||Security Planning|
|SEC138 Executive Protection Program||Security Planning|
|SEC139 Testing and Training Requirements||Security Planning|
|SEC140 Security Program – Training Program||Security Planning|
|SEC141 Documenting Investigations||Security Planning|
|SEC142 Media Relations||Security Planning|
A bachelor’s degree in criminal justice, psychology, or other suitable field of study is required, as well as 5+ years of experience in security. 1+ years of management experience is preferred. Preference will be given to those who have civilian/military police experience.
Must have demonstrated the ability to lead a diverse team of security/police personnel. Excellent communication skills and the ability to work well with people of all levels and backgrounds are essential. Strong organizational and management skills are a must. Knowledge of, experience with physical security systems (hardware and software) a plus.
ASIS or other similar security organization certifications (e.g., CPP, PSP, LPC) are desirable.
Ability to communicate orally with management, employees, visitors, fire/police, disaster management & recovery personnel, etc., is crucial. Regular use of phone and email for communication is essential. Hearing and vision correctable to within normal ranges is essential for normal conversations, receiving ordinary information, and preparing or inspecting documents.
The ability to remain in a stationary position roughly 50% of the time, as well as the ability to move about the facility (patrolling, performing security checks, etc.) – sometimes rapidly – is required.
Using a computer (generating, reviewing reports, etc.) while sitting for extended periods is common. Must also be able to position self to maintain and inspect security equipment, including under tables and desks.
Occasional heavy lifting (e.g., injured persons) may be expected; prefer candidates who are in good physical condition and within acceptable weight range. Good manual dexterity required to use common office equipment (e.g., computers, mobile devices).
The job is performed indoors and outdoors in a variety of settings. Extended periods of sitting while using a computer or other devices are not uncommon.