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Security Supervisor I

Job title: Security Supervisor I
Contract Type: Contract
Location: Spring, United States
Industry:
Salary: Competitive
Reference: BH-88747
Contact Name: Braquece Smith
Phone Number: 1 713 551 4444
Job Published: 25 days ago

Job Description

MAIN FUNCTIONS

The Security Supervisor supports applicable functions, units and projects, meeting deliverables, responding to management requests, identifying staffing needs, reviewing and endorsing applicable plans or procedures, and facilitating various committees. This job role ensures that the tools, resources, and support are fit for purpose, providing stewardship, analysis, direction and supervisory support to drive the organization to achieve the corporate vision of safety. It is recognized that the Security Supervisor job role is a player coach role and so a mix of technical and supervisory skills are required to ensure success.

TASKS AND RESPONSIBILITIES

• Lead implementation of appropriate security processes and programs for operating assets and projects or for internal Global Security processes. • Lead complex security process and program updates. • Lead security aspect assessments, security risk assessments, Quality Assurance Security Review (QASR) or other security processes for area of operations. • Provide mentoring and guidance to other Global Security personnel and or Site Security Contacts. • Communicate complex security issues (e.g., threats, program changes) within area of operations. • Maintain strong liaison with an extensive network of internal and external security (and related) contacts. • Sets safety culture and oversees the safety of all direct reports • Explains and promotes the team and company vision; sets clear and measurable objectives; engages, motivates and empowers team members • Demonstrates and rewards courage of conviction, creativity and adaptability in improving business results; shares learnings from success and failure • Promotes collaboration and teamwork; creates a work environment where different perspectives are valued; effectively manages conflict

SKILLS AND QUALIFICATIONS

Behavioral Skills: makes sound decisions, courage of conviction, manages risk, strategic • Functional Skills: intelligence and analysis, executive protection, global security operations, technical security and engineering, risk assessment and management, site security operations, emergency preparedness and responses • 8-10 years’ experience in Oil and Gas security, law enforcement, security, or the military that includes exposure to staff supervision, security program administration, crime prevention and/or crisis management • Bachelors’ degree in the Security field, policing, criminology or business administration, or equivalent relevant experience • Broad knowledge of asset management and protection • Familiar with security program management • Well versed with security legislation, policies and procedures • Working knowledge of security systems and technologies • Project management skills • Broad knowledge of criminal investigation • Broad knowledge of criminal intelligence/national intelligence • Broad knowledge of crisis/disaster management planning • Risk appreciation/identification and reduction • Strong leadership skills • Proven oral, written and active-listening skills • Highly effective organizational, time management and analytical skills • Knowledge of computer programs including Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint

SPECIFIC JOB REQUIREMENTS/SKILLS

2 SIRC Security Analyst The primary responsibility of a SIRC Security Analyst is the monitoring of available intelligence sources for indications of unanticipated security incidents, immediate threats, or sudden changes in security environment or atmospherics potentially impacting personnel, including business travelers, with the attendant responsibility of notifying relevant Global Security personnel or other Business Line personnel of such incidents and / or threats assessed to have an actual or potential impact on personnel. As part of, and in addition to, the Security Analyst’s responsibility for monitoring global security incidents and threats, the Security Analyst is responsible for the following activities: • Monitoring all available information / intelligence sources for indications of security incidents, threats, or changes in the security environment or atmospherics potentially impacting personnel; • Analyzing all-source security-related intelligence in order to anticipate the manifestation of potential security threats to personnel; • Conducting initial assessment of the likelihood and extent of security incidents, threats, or changes in security environment or atmospherics on personnel; • Accessing and utilizing confidential / proprietary business traveler information (via the SIRC’s traveler tracking tools) to assess potential impacts of security incidents and to assist Global Security in notifying and / or accounting for potentially impacted personnel; • Accessing and utilizing confidential / proprietary personnel locational data (currently via Vismo application) to monitor in-country travel of personnel visiting or operating in select areas of heightened security threat; • Alerting appropriate Global Security Operations and Intelligence personnel to incidents and / or threats potentially impacting personnel in their respective areas of responsibility (AORs); • Generating timely and informative communications (written and / or voice-to-voice) to impacted EM personnel regarding relevant security incidents, threats, changes in security environment or atmospherics, or natural disasters, in collaboration with Global Security Operations personnel and /or Emergency Preparedness & Response personnel; • Collecting and disseminating to appropriate Global Security personnel relevant information to support ongoing Global Security Operations / Intelligence responses to local or global developments; • Researching and aggregating open source intelligence regarding threat adversaries in support of Global Security Intelligence products (e.g., Country Threat Levels, Threat Characterization Statements); • Updating traveler tracking tool logs and SIRC Activity Logs according to established SIRC protocols; • Responding to Requests for Information (RFIs) from Global Security Management, Operations, Executive Protection, and Intelligence personnel; • Conducting quality control activities for SIRC intelligence tools (e.g., report incorrect or missing data discovered during traveler tracking tool queries in the aftermath of security incidents); • As requested, and per established SIRC protocols, utilizing SIRC intelligence personnel accountability tools (i.e., the SIRC’s traveler tracking tools) to collect information requested by Medical and Occupational Health (MOH) and Emergency Preparedness & Response (EP&R). Undertaking any other responsibilities and duties as directed by GS Management; • Responding to telephone calls to the Global Security general contact number, answering requests for information / assistance or re-directing such requests to other GS personnel as appropriate

SCOPE OF WORK

2 SIRC Security Analyst The primary responsibility of a SIRC Security Analyst is the monitoring of available intelligence sources for indications of unanticipated security incidents, immediate threats, or sudden changes in security environment or atmospherics potentially impacting personnel, including business travelers, with the attendant responsibility of notifying relevant Global Security personnel or other Business Line personnel of such incidents and / or threats assessed to have an actual or potential impact on personnel. As part of, and in addition to, the Security Analyst’s responsibility for monitoring global security incidents and threats, the Security Analyst is responsible for the following activities: • Monitoring all available information / intelligence sources for indications of security incidents, threats, or changes in the security environment or atmospherics potentially impacting personnel; • Analyzing all-source security-related intelligence in order to anticipate the manifestation of potential security threats to personnel; • Conducting initial assessment of the likelihood and extent of security incidents, threats, or changes in security environment or atmospherics on personnel; • Accessing and utilizing confidential / proprietary business traveler information (via the SIRC’s traveler tracking tools) to assess potential impacts of security incidents and to assist Global Security in notifying and / or accounting for potentially impacted personnel; • Accessing and utilizing confidential / proprietary personnel locational data (currently via Vismo application) to monitor in-country travel of personnel visiting or operating in select areas of heightened security threat; • Alerting appropriate Global Security Operations and Intelligence personnel to incidents and / or threats potentially impacting personnel in their respective areas of responsibility (AORs); • Generating timely and informative communications (written and / or voice-to-voice) to impacted EM personnel regarding relevant security incidents, threats, changes in security environment or atmospherics, or natural disasters, in collaboration with Global Security Operations personnel and /or Emergency Preparedness & Response personnel; • Collecting and disseminating to appropriate Global Security personnel relevant information to support ongoing Global Security Operations / Intelligence responses to local or global developments; • Researching and aggregating open source intelligence regarding threat adversaries in support of Global Security Intelligence products (e.g., Country Threat Levels, Threat Characterization Statements); • Updating traveler tracking tool logs and SIRC Activity Logs according to established SIRC protocols; • Responding to Requests for Information (RFIs) from Global Security Management, Operations, Executive Protection, and Intelligence personnel; • Conducting quality control activities for SIRC intelligence tools (e.g., report incorrect or missing data discovered during traveler tracking tool queries in the aftermath of security incidents); • As requested, and per established SIRC protocols, utilizing SIRC intelligence personnel accountability tools (i.e., the SIRC’s traveler tracking tools) to collect information requested by Medical and Occupational Health (MOH) and Emergency Preparedness & Response (EP&R). Undertaking any other responsibilities and duties as directed by GS Management; • Responding to telephone calls to the Global Security general contact number, answering requests for information / assistance or re-directing such requests to other GS personnel as appropriate

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