This position provides support to the Safety and Security Management Team. The incumbent supervises the Security staff and exercises considerable independence of action and judgement.
The incumbent is responsible for communicating and working in a collaborative manner with the Security staff, other Safety and Security Divisions, the Safety and Security Management Team, and the College community to ensure the Security Division continues to provide quality, timely, and reliable service, and that security related projects and initiatives are successfully completed.
Supervision of Security staff.
Monitor quality of work performed and productivity of all Security staff and provide positive constructive feedback to staff to ensure safety, quality and productivity expectations set by Safety and Security Management are being achieved.
Ensure staff receive orientation, on-going training, instruction and day-to-day supervision.
Ensure staff understand and follow safety regulations and safe work practices.
Ensure all work is performed in accordance and compliance with all regulatory codes, safety regulations, and legislation.
Ensure all work is carried out according to priority, predetermined procedures, and other schedules as approved by Safety and Security Management.
Prepare, issue, review, and execute standard operating procedures, standing orders, first aid protocols, and security related work orders and work plans for Security staff.
Prepare, issue, review, and execute patrol plans / schedules covering all areas of campus.
Prepare, issue, review, and execute lock and unlock routines / schedules securing and opening doors, windows, gates, etc.
at set times and when required.
Use software and systems such as security management systems, CCTV systems, door access controls systems, etc.
In coordination with the Facilities Services Supervisor Maintenance, provide leadership to the Security Labourer position.
Keep and report records of time and costs of all work performed by the Security staff.
May be required to assist in scheduling hours of work and vacation time for Security staff.
Assist in preparing Security staff appraisals and progress reports.
Communicate with contractors and suppliers to obtain pricing, schedule services, order supplies, confirm work is successfully completed, and confirm supplies are delivered on time.
Monitor and maintain inventory of security and first aid supplies and equipment and restock as required.
Use various communications devices including but not limited to two-way radios, cellular telephones, smartphones, email, etc.
Perform or assist in investigating security incidents including but not limited to : writing reports, reviewing CCTV footage, speaking with CNC staff and public, communicating with RCMP, etc.
Provide first aid to CNC staff, students, and visitors as required and to the limit of the OFA3 certification and completing all reports required.
Assist and monitor employees on site after regular business hours.
Assist with emergency procedures including but not limited to fire alarms and emergency evacuation.
Monitor and inspect emergency systems in all areas.
Ensure proper care, maintenance, and inventory of security and first aid equipment.
Ensure that all work is carried out with the least amount of disruption to affected areas and the college community.
Make recommendations to Safety and Security Management on best courses of action to resolve issues, and ways to improve safety, reduce maintenance requirements, reduce costs, save time, reduce energy usage, increase service quality, increase productivity, etc.
May be required to be on call for emergency situations.
Keep current with industry / news changes and emerging techniques and technology.
You will be part of a team actively engaged in contributing to and accomplishing the vision, mission, and goals of the College and in supporting the aspirations and needs of our learners.
You will promote a positive work atmosphere by interacting and communicating in a professional manner that demonstrates mutual respect with students and colleagues.
Skills & Qualifications
Must have valid BC Security licence.
Must have valid OFA level 3.
Must have experience training and coaching new and existing staff.
Minimum of 5 years work experience in institutional building security, preferably in a leadership or supervisory role, or proven equivalent experience as determined by the college.
Ability to organize, prepare, and issue security patrols and inspections and provide positive motivation and supervision to staff.
Ability to build and maintain positive and effective working relationships and work harmoniously with others including staff, administrators, students, faculty, contractors, suppliers and the general public.
An excellent knowledge of security and first aid.
Ability to use various security software systems, CCTV systems, access control systems, first aid equipment etc.
Ability to work with minimal supervision in a self-directed work environment.
Good interpersonal, verbal and written communication skills, and excellent organizational skills.
Successful completion of Grade 12.
Must have or be able to obtain Management Skills for Supervisors Certification or equivalent.
Must have a valid Class 5 BC driver’s license with an acceptable driver’s abstract.
Must have good computer skills including but not limited to MS Office Suite, Email, Internet searches etc.
Boiler Safety Awareness and Refrigeration Safety Awareness Certification preferred.