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Job Summary: Under the supervision of the Director of Security, the Security Training Manager (STM) provides direction for the development, implementation and enhancement of the training in all aspects of the Security Departments at the related Harrah’s properties. The STM is responsible for ensuring that training conducted is up-to-date and complies with departmental and corporate guidelines. Training will consist of, but not limited to the following;
ASP Baton; Use of Force; CPR/AED/First Aid; Handcuffing; Report Writing; Laws of Arrest and Arrest Techniques; Emergency and Crisis Management, Communication Skills.
Qualifications: Five years of recent security supervision, training management or related experience required. High school diploma is required. Bachelors’ degree or equivalent preferred. Must have, or be able to immediately acquire certifications in ASP Baton Instructor; Use of Force & Handcuffing Instructor; CPR/AED/First Aid Instructor. The STM must also possess the ability to; Work with minimal supervision; Supervise large numbers of employees; Evaluate, research and implement effective, innovative ideas; Creative ability, writing proficiency, visual graphics design ability; Be a good organizer, meticulous, and good public speaker at ease moderating large groups. The STM must have the knowledge to use a personal computer, word processing, and spread sheet applications as well as other applications that may be applicable to the training function. Demonstrated ability in maintaining consistent, high quality service levels as well as excellent interpersonal, customer service, communication, team-building, and problem-solving skills are required. Must possess an ability to remain calm and speak professionally in large groups. Must be able to get along well with co-workers and work as a team. Must present a well-groomed appearance.
Essential Job Functions: Provides standardized training to the assigned Harrah’s properties as well as evaluating the current policies & procedures of the specified properties’ security departments, ensuring that their training programs meet all required standards. Develops, writes and coordinates training manuals for the various functions of the security departments. Assembles and maintains a library of training aids and equipment for the proper conduct of training courses. Conducts and supervises the research, planning, organizing, and conducting of departmental training programs. Provides input for identifying and defining present and future training needs by assisting with the coordinating and conducting of training needs analyses. Assists with designing and administering training and development surveys to determine the effectiveness of training programs. Keeps abreast of new techniques and developments in training by maintaining contact with others in the training field (e.g., professional and educational associations).
Protective Services Logistics Coordinator at Security Industry Specialists, Inc. - Las Vegas, NV $60,000 a year
Security Industry Specialists (SIS) provides security solutions to some of the most recognized companies and brands in the world. We deliver services that consistently exceed those of our peers. We accomplish this through innovation, constant process improvement, and through an uncompromising commitment to hiring, retaining and rewarding the best talent available.
General Statement of Job:
The Protective Services Logistics Coordinator is responsible for logistics support and limiting exposure to liability and losses within the client’s Protective Services team. This position will focus on client assets used in worldwide events and developing and managing an inventory control and asset management program for movement and control. The Protective Services Logistics Coordinator will partner with the client’s Protective Services team to develop, implement and manage security programs that align with the client’s culture, values and policies regarding asset utilization within the client global event space. This includes development of the program, coordination with client internal departments, their 3PL partners and other providers, inventory management, and project management. The Protective Services Logistics Coordinator reports directly to Protective Services Logistics Manager.
Have a Bachelor’s Degree in Logistics, Business Management or related discipline preferred OR any equivalent combination of education, specialized training and/or experience which provides the requisite knowledge, skills and abilities required.
• Have a minimum 5 years of experience in supply chain, project or security management, law enforcement and/or military with an emphasis in logistics highly preferred
• Have a demonstrated understanding of best practices in product and physical security strategies, principles, standards, policies and procedures
• Demonstrated leadership, analytical and problem-solving skills
• Have effective time management and organizational skills
• Must be flexible and possess the ability to function in stressful and fluid situations
• A dependable team player with business maturity, enthusiasm, and a positive attitude
• Have strong verbal and written communication skills
• Have impeccable work ethic and a high degree of integrity
• Be technically proficient with common PC/MAC based software and applications
• Ability to travel–up to 50%
The primary purpose of this role is to oversee multi-unit asset protection functions, performing AP and Safety-related activities to support Lowe’s business objectives, such as, but not limited to minimizing shrink, risk and safety incidents, providing on boarding to AP programs, OSHA standards and investigations, training, coaching and response to potentially volatile situations requiring quick, effective decisions and conducting investigations for assigned stores. This includes responsibility for data integrity and tracking of various performance metrics across AP activities. The role has expertise in asset protection, safety, hazmat, OSHA standards and investigations to ensure Lowe’s maintains a safe, healthy and profitable business by providing direction to the leadership team, in assigned stores, related to improving profitability through reductions in shrink, safety, expenses and liability.
• Organizes, plans and performs asset protection activities within the assigned locations for topics such as shrink and safety awareness, programs, training, development and execution of those programs.
• Develops strategic asset protection plans in partnership with store leadership and Market teams, and provides direction to leadership team related to improving profitability through reductions in shrink, safety, expenses and liability
• Provides consultation and interpretation to store leaders on Lowe’s AP strategy and policies, identifies gaps and intervenes as necessary to redirect efforts to be aligned with those policies.
• Participates in leadership decision making related to shrink, safety, and hazmat issues. Makes recommendations and provides communication to influence others in situations where direct authority has not been given.
• Support the investigation and resolution of safety, physical security, threat and theft related issues by staying abreast of AP needs in the assigned stores, readily addressing any concerns as they arise, and finding the right answer or getting resources needed to solve those issues within Lowe’s Asset Protection policies and protocols. Escalates and partners with District APSM, HR, legal, PR as necessary to protect the company brand, liability and maintain a productive work environment for all associates.
• Tracks performance metrics related to shrink, safety, liability and expenses and conducts store walk-throughs, using all available tools, to review the overall safety and security metrics, immediately reporting relevant issues to store leadership and DAPSM, and developing solutions to improve the overall safety and shrink of the assigned stores
• Shares results with Market leadership, AP leaders and Corporate partners to determine identify areas for improvement and recognize areas where recommend where AP and Safety strategies may need revisions.
• Actively and proactively conducting investigations by utilizing EBR platform, organizing case preparation, conducting dishonest employee interviews, recommending disciplinary action (i.e. Training, warnings, termination etc.) and post prosecution follow up.
• Utilize investigation findings to coach and direct leadership team on proactive measures, action steps or plans to put in place to mitigate further risk of any breakdowns that led to dishonesty.
• Acts as a trusted business advisor/partner to store leaders on performance issues and has robust knowledge and awareness of the location’s AP objectives and progress against them. Addresses deviations of performance through coaching, constructive and honest regular feedback and follow up through actions plans and strategies.
• Works closely with other Senior AP and safety managers, District APSM and the store team in order to collect and disseminate tailored AP knowledge as needed to ensure impactful asset protection operations and to drive the completion of asset protection and safety related projects and processes.
• Leads change in safety culture by influencing and developing location leaders and safety team members to understand safety guidelines, address and promote safe behaviors, understanding of incident response and follow up.
• Identify training needs throughout all departments in the stores by determining gaps in operations, safety and shrink performance, execution of the operations programs during visits, walkthroughs and reports. Utilize findings to develop location specific training to address needs/gaps.
• Effectively leverages technology remotely and in stores to identify and provide store leadership visibility to positive and opportunity behaviors. Train store management on equipment (Alarm, fire, EAS and CCTV systems) and validates systems are functional. Conducts follow up on service needs.
• Promotes safe and secure store environments for customers and employees by identifying and addressing trends, communicating concerns, developing solutions and overseeing compliance with all safety, security, OSHA, and HAZMAT related inspections, training and documentation requirements.
• Support activities such as safety focused events and celebrations and Lowe’s brand management.
The Branch Operations Manager will be responsible for, and expected to possibly perform, the following key functions to be carried out in conjunction with their own team and with line management:
• Supervise and direct all activities of the security officers in a manner that is consistent with client, corporation and division policies and goals. Responsible for growth and profit.
The Branch Operations Manager will be expected to make a contribution over a range of major issues as part of the Management of the organization, with a sense of direction and energy throughout the function. The above individual will then decide whether to respond or to give their advice by telephone, or if the President of the Company should be requested to have his immediate presence at the scene.
The EHSS Manager I is responsible for the leading and developing of local Environmental, Health, Safety and Security (EHS&S) processes, coordinating EHS&S activities, implementing Corporate EHS&S Policies/Training and conduct EHS&S training. This position is responsible for identifying applicable EHSS regulations and Risks, developing and implementing programs and procedures to meet regulation standards and eliminate risk. Also, this program will interact continuously with the Operations and business teams to ensure the appropriate programs, procedures and training is developed and implemented to ensure EHS&S compliance and conformance systems are operating at a full compliance and preventative capacity.
Lead the operations safety initiative by providing ongoing training, measuring, and reporting safety within all governmental and regulatory compliance to enhance safety awareness and reduce the frequency of accidents/injuries. Interacts with all levels of the organization and maintains a strong presence in the production areas to create and uphold a positive safety and environmental work environment. Develop, implement, administer, and maintain EHS&S programs, provides training and determines competency of trainees in accordance with Company and regulatory requirements. Assures that all applicable recordkeeping meets the legal requirements and established policies. Lead creation of Site-specific EHS&S goals in support of corporate, initiatives designed to drive EHS&S culture, compliance, and results. Reviews EHS trends and takes direct action to effectively drive continual improvement projects and develops regular communications tools to support the EHS culture at the location. Manage completion of site and workstation-level Risk assessments to identify and prioritize EHS&S aspects and leads activities to ensure that key EHS&S operational controls are in place to ensure the EHS&S action items are resolved in a timely manner. Advise management and staff on the practical and necessary steps to assure processes and equipment meet the standards set forth by the law and minimize risks to fellow employees, the public or the environment. Conduct regular inspections on PPE, Environmental, and physical condition of the facility, equipment, and security systems to identify defects EHS&S processes and suggest opportunities for improvement. Perform timely investigations of accidents, identification if root cause and rapid correction of contributing factors with documented closure. Provides support in auditing of environmental activities and the management of waste materials. Administer the location prescriptions eyewear, safety shoe and uniform program as well all planning, organizing, pricing, and overseeing EHS&S special projects as deemed necessary. Other duties as assigned.
JOB SUMMARY – ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS/DUTIES
Provide senior level administrative and personnel security support to the unit manager and security staff.
• Performs the daily administrative tasks in support of the site security department.
• Communicates with the clearance granting agency regarding status of clearances and periodic re-investigations for employees/consultants.
• Obtains certification of existing clearance levels for employees/consultants and for prospective employees from appropriate customer/agency sponsor.
• Implements and manages Industrial and Information Security Policy set forth by oversight office.
• Schedules initial, periodic and exit briefings and notifies supervisor and employee of schedule.
• Oversees departmental coordination with employees/consultants for timely submittal of documents for initial clearances and periodic reinvestigations; fingerprint employees/consultants as required.
• Facilitates security briefings for individuals/groups as required.
• Provides work direction to lower level department clerical/administrative personnel.
• Performs other related tasks as directed.
Interviewing a subject for an ongoing investigation in the morning, testifying in court before lunch, planning an operation in the afternoon and speaking at a community event in the evening. That’s just one day in the life of a Special Agent. Our agents seek out cyber thieves, infiltrate organized crime rings and oversee terrorism investigations, often training local, state and foreign counterparts on the latest technologies in intelligence gathering and data analysis.
All applicants must pass the physical fitness requirements, including medical and hearing standards and all phases of the FBI Physical Fitness Test (PFT). Selectees must be physically fit to complete training at Quantico and maintain a high level of physical fitness throughout their careers.
You will be responsible for enforcing more than 300 federal statutes, as well as conducting sensitive national security investigations. You’ll work to develop relationships within and across communities, protect the American people and uphold the Constitution of the United States.
In an organization made up of careers like no other, being a Special Agent can be a lifelong career of uncommon days and amazing experiences.
You have great problem-solving skills, analytical skills and leadership experience and can get things done both in a demanding team environment and independently. Your ability to adapt to changing situations and clearly communicate across management, peer groups, external communities and stakeholders contribute to your ability to keep our nation safe. You’re naturally curious, yet always driven to find a solution. You are detail-oriented, yet remain strategic. You know how to objectively evaluate information and make sound judgments. Honesty and integrity are more than just words you use; they are the foundation of who you are. You take pride in making a difference in the communities you serve and bringing your background to the forefront to drive initiatives that impact our most important stakeholders: The American people.
In this role, you’ll be expected to use both established and innovative approaches to tackle some of the toughest challenges of our time. This opportunity should not be taken lightly. The FBI Special Agent position requires significant commitment and dedication from you and your family, but it’s an experience you’ll never forget.
1. Must be at least 23 years old and have not reached your 37th birthday on appointment.
2. Must have a bachelor’s degree or master’s degree from a U.S.-accredited college or university.
3. Must be able to obtain a Top Secret Clearance.
4. Must possess a valid driver’s license with at least six months of driving experience.
5. Must meet the FBI’s physical fitness requirements.
6. Must commit to serving as a Special Agent for a minimum of three years.
1All Special Agent applicants must also have at least two years of full-time professional work experience unless they qualify for a work experience waiver. Work experience showing progressive growth, leadership and responsibility is preferred.
For more information about the Special Agent Selection System, physical fitness requirements and work experience waivers, please visit https://fbijobs.gov/career-paths/special-agents.
We are a global InfoSec team headquartered in Las Vegas, NV that oversees the overall information security operations for an innovative organization. Using some of the industry’s best security tools, our team protects the organization’s six site locations spread across the United States, United Kingdom, China, Hong Kong, and Malaysia. We are looking to add some Jedi Masters and Padawans to our team who have strong work ethic, willingness to learn, ability to contribute, and desire to have fun. If this sounds like the role you are looking for, apply immediately! Relocation incentive is available.
• Work in the Cyber Security Operations Center (CSOC) and monitor the organization’s networks for security related issues and investigate a violation when one occurs
• Research the latest information security trends and be knowledgeable on the latest threats that can impact the security of the organization
• Help plan and carry out the organization’s way of handling security
• Develop security standards and best practices for the organization
• Recommend security enhancements to senior InfoSec Staff
• Help create and maintain dashboards that show overall information compliance and security policy adherence
• Manage, lead, mentor, and train Level I & II analysts that are junior to your position.
• Monitor and maintain the security of the overall technology environment for various global office locations using security tools implemented by the Director of Information Security
• Evaluate global technology environment for threats, risks, and vulnerabilities and develop remedial action plans to mitigate issues
• Monitor and respond to alerts generated by security systems and work with third party vendors for managed security services
• Create and assist with managing KIP reporting, creating and publishing reports on an hourly, daily, weekly, and monthly basis
• Perform threat hunting activities within the global technology environment and be a point of presence for immediate breach response
• Evaluate incidents that are escalated to you by Level I & II analysts and take appropriate managerial actions to protect the organization
• Provide managerial oversight and leadership of the CSOC and provide recommendations of its design, operation, and training plans.
This position is a part of the Risk Management department. Our risk professionals are tasked with identifying revenue opportunities and risk trends by monitoring the performance of our existing portfolio, growth opportunities, and general market trends. We develop and implement strategies for credit line increases, authorizations, collection, fraud, retention, and the sale of revenue based products.
Summary Of Essential Job Functions
• Managing all application underwriting rules and strategies to align for business standards and strategic goals.
• Evaluating, analyzing, and reporting the impact and performance of digital and direct mail acquisition strategies.
• Leading analysis in order to evaluate the risk of new and existing programs.
• Overseeing a team of analysts with the responsibility of developing and maintaining reporting to track portfolio and vintage performance and profitability.
• Driving incremental growth through the development of new strategies or the optimization of existing strategies in the digital and direct mail acquisitions space.
• Presenting findings to upper management and making recommendations for improvements
• Management of cross-department projects and initiatives involving close collaboration with the IT department.
• Oversight of the implementation of new portfolio and strategic management tools.
• Design and planning of technical solutions for new areas of acquisition and portfolio expansion.
The primary responsibility of the Assistant Director of Security is to provide leadership to the security officers in the absence of the Director of Security. The Assistant Director of Security should anticipate potential problems and seek ways to prevent disruption, injuries, and prohibited conduct from occurring on company premises
Position Duties & Responsibilities
• Assist in conducting Interviews, training and mentoring of all security officers
• Responsible for administrative tasks such as attendance, Payroll, maintain weekly schedules and assist in the discipline of associates that have been approved by the Director of Security
• Conduct 90-day and annual performance evaluations
• Responds to emergencies as requested and takes appropriate steps to rectify problems and at the same time minimize hotel liability
• Monitors and assists in the enforcement of hotel policies and procedures; federal, state and local laws; and pertinent sections of company labor contracts
• Conduct investigations on all incidents, accidents, and/or events to include: taking initial report and conducting interviews with appropriate follow-up as well as monitors suspicious persons in the hotel, particularly those attempting to enter any unauthorized areas
• Responsible for knowing and practicing safety, fire, and emergency procedures
• Must have a conceptual understanding of the condominium/hotel industry and its unique aspects which make it different from standard hotel operations
• All duties will be performed per departmental and company policies, practices, and procedures
• The statements above are intended as general illustrations of the work in this position and are not all inclusive.
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