Health, Safety & EnvironmentSite Security Specialist

Site Security Specialists help maintain the security of the plant and workers.

Site Security Specialist

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Do you enjoy the sense of security that comes with knowing everything is locked up tight? If so, a career as a Site Security Specialist may be a great fit for you.

As a Site Security Specialist, your job will be to assist the security team with daily security operations. You'll watch for both internal and external security threats and risks. In addition, you'll advise management about security issues. Part of your job will be to find weak spots and protect the company and the plant.

You may also develop and use security protocols and ensure that people follow security rules. You'll also get to work with the electronic security systems for the facility (video, access control, alarm).

In this role, you'll get to perform regular inspections of and routine maintenance on physical security parts and makes arrangements for required repairs. As a Site Security Specialist you may also prepare reports and conduct investigations of security incidents. You might also work with local law enforcement officials.

This job may require shift work.

Critical Skills

  • Communication with External Entities
  • Coordination with Multiple Departments
  • Gathering Information Through Observation
  • Monitor Processes, Materials, and Surroundings
  • Prepare Documents and Reports
  • Security Regulations and Procedures
  • Systems Analysis and Evaluation
  • Team Player
  • Understanding of Regulatory Requirements

Key Responsibilities

  • Monitor the overall security status of site facilities
  • Develop and implement local security protocols
  • Respond to employee queries about security issues
  • Ensure compliance with both corporate and local security policies and procedures
  • Set up and authorize visitor badges
  • Back-up to performing weekly security audits and monthly virus updates and scan on company systems
  • Work with law enforcement agencies throughout the region and assist with investigations and testimony as needed

Specific job titles and duties vary by employer so check for details.

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Salary: $20-30/hour


My Interests
Match

Having Independence

Managing People

Teaching

Improving Processes

Learning & Growing

Working with Data

Physical Activity

Writing Reports and Documentation

Caring for the Environment

Managing Things

Quiet Work Place

Avoiding Risk

Avoiding Stress

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Required Education

High School Diploma or GED

Preferred Education

Associate's or bachelor's degree in business or criminal Justice


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