Security Officer B (Sports Management/Finance/Admin)

Company Name:
Sports Equipment
Position Type:
Under the direction of the Corporate Security Specialist, this role will assist in the health, safety and security of all employees and visitors to the corporate headquarters. This position is the center hub of Security operations as well as employee access control including CCTV activity and alarm monitoring of the facility.
Years of Related Professional Experience: 3+.
A minimum of three years of related experience in the security field protecting persons and property as well as front desk and security control center coverage. High School Diploma required.
Outstanding customer service skills are essential as well as phone/2-way radio etiquette.
Strong computer skills such as Windows 7, and Microsoft Office programs.
Some experience with electronic security equipment such as KeyScan, and
Milestone CCTV surveillance.
Dependability and a neat appearance necessary
Flexibility with shift schedule as overtime may be required.
Key Responsibilities
Control access to secure areas throughout the facility via our KeyScan and CCTV system.
Create and edit employee badges through the access control system.
Enforce all property control policies to include inspections of items entering and exiting the facility.
Assist front desk operations when needed. This includes greeting all visitors, booking of conference space, and managing facilities requests.
Conduct tours of the facility as necessary to ensure employees, contractors and visitors follow security and parking policies.
Respond to alarms coordinating with the in house Emergency Response Team as well as local emergency services in regard to medical, safety or security incidents.

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