Labor, Department of
PROVISIONAL QUALIFICATIONS: One year of permanent service as Regional Security Supervisor, Grade 17 or Chief Security Officer, Grade 14, OR
Seven years of experience in managing the security and/or emergency management program for a public or private sector organization with multiple regional locations, or centralized security force staffed over multiple shifts. Two years of the experience must have included the supervision and training of security staff.
PREFERRED QUALIFICATIONS: Ability to initiate and maintain relationships across a diverse set of stakeholders
Manages and directs the safety and security operations for an agency in all State-owned and leased properties and serves as management liaison regarding security issues to agency health and safety committees.
Provides technical expertise, direction and support to agency managers, supervisors, security staff and regional partners on all matters relating to physical security, security risk identification, analysis and integration.
Develops, reviews, tracks, tests, resolves, and revises security plans, policies and procedures to ensure compliance with appropriate laws, rules and regulations, and conformance with current security practices.
Develops an emergency response system to connect agency staff to security services unit supervisory staff when emergent security issues occur, and security staff is not onsite to provide direct assistance.
Reviews and evaluates all unusual incident reports for disruptive conduct, personal injury or theft, and makes adjustments to security plans and policies, as necessary.
Coordinates with external law enforcement agencies and fire and emergency services personnel, as required, in resolving safety and security matters regarding department customers, employees and property.
Oversees the planning, development, implementation, operation and maintenance of the agency’s various security systems to include electronic security systems, alarms, cameras and photo ID card access system.
Develops and implements in-house training for all security staff, as well as arranges for specialized security training by vendors to ensure that staff continues to meet Security Guard registration requirements.
Communicates revisions to agency security plans, policies, and procedures; and ensures all security personnel understand and effectively implement agency security plans, policies and procedures.
Administers contracts with private security companies to obtain contract guards to supplement State security staff and ensures that the contract guards are properly supervised and trained.
Prepares various reports to document security procedures and policies, and responses to incidents.
Performs the full range of supervisory responsibilities such as interviewing and selecting State and contract staff, assigning work, and preparing probationary reports and performance reviews.
Telecommuting will be discussed in the interview.
Candidates with no previous state service will begin at the starting rate of the salary range listed above.
If you are a current NYS employee and have questions regarding salary, please contact the Business Services Center (BSC): 518-457-4272, BSCHR@ogs.ny.gov.
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