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Loss Prevention Investigations Manager, Houston, TX
Responsibilities:
Reporting to the Manager of Loss Prevention, responsibilities will include analyzing reports for
exceptions, conducting investigations and interviews, gaining case resolution including prosecution and
restitution, providing support to awareness and physical security programs, and maintaining positive
partnerships with home office and field personnel.
•Manage Investigations:
◦Personally investigate known or suspected instances of internal theft, external theft, and other crimes.
◦Consistently conduct thorough and meaningful investigations
◦Conduct professional interviews, including phone interviews, using industry standard techniques
•Coordinate with Corporate personnel, Regional and Area Managers, Boutique Managers and other
employees of Francesca's or outside consultants to facilitate case identification and resolution.
•Collaborate with law enforcement agencies to report or investigate crimes as directed by the Manager of
Loss Prevention.
•Coordinate restitution payments as directed by the Manager of Loss Prevention.
•Professionally represent the company in court proceedings and interact with the legal community as
needed.
•Maintain documentation on security-related incidents or investigations.
•Reporting:
◦Perform data analysis to identify theft and fraud using all available exception reporting, sales audit
reports, point-of-sale systems, etc.
◦Run, analyze, and maintain records of standardized reports including:
■Monthly/Weekly reports
■Target store reports
■Executive recaps
■Activity logs
◦Synthesize findings into actions that will drive key performance metrics (refund %, cash losses, shrink %,
etc.)
◦Assist in development of specialized projects and reporting designed to identify losses and process
improvement opportunities.
•Compliance:
◦Participate in store assessment program to identify areas of loss prevention, physical security, or risk
management exposures.
◦Monitor boutique compliance with standard operating procedures to ensure company programs and
directives are followed
•Other assignments as directed by Manager of Loss Prevention.
Qualifications
•Education: BS or BA degree; business related field preferred.
•Experience: 3 to 5 years of experience in retail loss prevention management; multi-unit experience
required.
•Computer Skills: Advanced skills in Microsoft Excel; familiar with point of sale systems.
•Other Skills: Completion of the Wicklander/Zulawski Interview & Interrogation seminar.
•Superior verbal and written communication skills.
•Travel will be required, on an as-needed basis.
Apply at http://www.francescascollections.com/ or email to hr@francescas.net.

Security Operations Manager, Houston, TX
Responsibilities:
• Supervise the day to day security operations of a portfolio of Client Sites • Manage multiple teams of
Security Officers, Site and Shift Supervisors including hiring/selection, scheduling, payroll, training,
coaching, development and support.
• Ensure a portfolio of clients are provided with high quality security services to protect people and
property.
• Build, improve and maintain effective relationships with both clients and employees.
• Coordinate necessary support services to effectively manage client sites to meet or exceed financial and
operational goals and provide quality customer service • Ensure all required reporting and contract
compliance requirements are met • Handle any escalated security issues or emergency situations
appropriately • Other management responsibilities as determined by Clients or District Manager • Ability
to conduct Risk Assessments • Knowledge of Security Electronic Systems
Qualifications:
• College degree in Business Administration/Criminal Justice or equivalent experience.
• At least 2 years of business management/operations/supervisory experience.
• 4 years of experiences in a supervisory role with the ability to effectively manage multiple groups of off
site staff in multiple locations.
• Effective Organizations Skills and Attention to detail.
• Previous Contract Security, facilities management, military or law enforcement experience preferred.
• Ability to develop and grow customer relationships.
• Experience in hiring, developing, motivating and retaining staff.
• Strong time management experience required with the ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously.
• Outstanding interpersonal and communications skills required.
• Ability to work in a team-oriented management environment with the ability to work independently.
• Ability to manage multiple and simultaneous priorities, complex situations, a diverse team of employees
and client requirements on an ongoing basis.
• Previous payroll, billing and scheduling experience preferred.
• Key Competencies: Staff Management, Financial Management, Integrity, Problem Solving, Conflict
Management, Time Management, Customer Focus, Timely Decision Making, Motivating and Directing
Others, Drive for Results, Building Effective and Performing Teams, Delegating, Learning on the Fly
Apply http://alliedbartonsecurityservices.contacthr.com/24660597

International Senior Security Specialist, Houston, TX
Responsibilities:
•Conduct security surveys and visits of New Ventures/Exploration locations.
•Coordinate commercial/personal logistics aspects of foreign and domestic locations often in startup
situations with little or no established infrastructure.
•Plan and conduct executive protection activities internationally.
•Coordinate Crisis Management training and exercises for assigned regions.
•Coordinate major investigations and security audits with appropriate corporate offices.
•Coordinate and supervise Overseas Personal Security training in assigned regions.
•Maintain communications with foreign embassies.
•Conduct business and negotiate with vendors.
•Other duties as assigned by VP Corporate Security and VP New Ventures.
Qualifications:
* Bachelor’s Degree
* Minimum 5-10 years of international military and/or law enforcement experience or significant
international security management experience preferably in the oil and gas sector
* A sense of urgency and ability to stay ‘plugged-in’ to accommodate different time zones.
* May require living in or traveling to higher risk locations.
* Strong interpersonal and communication skills.
* Analytical and attention to detail.
Apply at http://www.apachecorp.com/Careers/index.aspx

Director of Security, Safety & Environmental. Management, Freeport, TX
Responsibilities:
Plans and manages all activities involving Port facility security, safety and environmental matters in
accordance with state and federal laws and regulations.
Serves as primary point of contact for local, state and government agencies in matters related to Port
security, safety, emergency response and environmental matters.
Maintains an effective relationship with Port tenants, customers, contractors and local industry to facilitate
a secure, safe and environmentally responsible working environment within the Port.
Serves as staff authority on the regulatory requirements governing facility, vessels, cargo, personnel and
security equipment and maintaining all required records as related to Port Security.
Coordinates with staff, Port tenants, customers, contractors, stevedores, visitors and federal agencies the
implementation of the Port Facility Security Plan (FSP), safety rules and environmental and emergency
response programs.
Is responsible for establishing, monitoring and ensuring compliance with all industrial environmental
regulatory (federal, state and local) requirements (i.e., RCRA, CERCLA, TPDES, etc.) for all Port facilities
and properties.
Manages third party security contractor that handles day-to-day Port security operations.
Maintains accurate records of the costs for Port security, safety and environmental operations. This will
include personnel, equipment, maintenance schedules and training.
Makes application and administers FEMA grants related to security.
Ensures that the Port facility operates in compliance with the Facility Security Plan (FSP). Maintains all
required documents and coordinates all security training.
Works closely with USCG and ensures that the Port meets the requirements of all regulations. Actively
participates in Port security committees at the local and regional level.
Develops long-term plans for Port security and safety. This will involve writing practices and procedures
and personnel training.
Integrates Port Security into Port Operations to ensure a smooth and continuous flow of cargo/vessel
operations.
Assists Port users conducting business with the Port in acquiring requisite permits and complying with
environmental program requirements. Conducts periodic audits of Port properties and facilities.
Prepares and submits appropriate environmental documentation, permit applications, reporting forms and
reports, as required, as a result of existing or proposed Port facility developments or property acquisitions
to the appropriate regulatory agencies.
Responsible for the establishment and implementation of an Environmental Management System (EMS)
for the organization and maintenance of the Port’s facility and property environmental files, records and
reports.
Liaison with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies.
Responsibilities:
Knowledge of local, state and federal law enforcements.
Knowledge of and experience in port security, safety and environmental programs.
Knowledge of Maritime Transportation Security Act of 2002.
Knowledge of U.S. Coast Guard regulations and procedures.
Ability to write procedures and maintain proper records.
Ability to adhere to the highest ethical standards, demonstrating accountability, integrity and transparency
in actions at all times.
Ability to develop applicable training to enhance port security, safety and environmental responsibility.
Ability to interact professionally with all levels of employees, managers, customers, local, state and
federal agencies.
Possess effective communication skills to conduct public meetings and give effective presentations.
Ability to influence and facilitate change.
Ability to work cooperatively in different cultural situations.
Ability to handle stressful situations and operate under deadlines.
Ability to be “on call” 24 hrs / 7 days a week.
Ability to respond effectively to emergency situations.
Proficiency with personal computer, Microsoft Excel, Word and Power Point, to produce reports and
presentations.
Ability to development and administer departmental and project budgets.
Bachelors of Science Degree in Environmental, Health and Safety or related field such as law
enforcement, with at least ten years practical work experience is required. A Master’s Degree is preferred.
Criminal Justice studies a plus.
Certified Protection Professional or equivalent certification.
Certified Health, Environmental and Safety Management Specialist or equivalent certification.
Demonstrated and verifiable success through practical experience may be used to substitute any of the
above requirements; experience in a port/maritime environment is a plus.
Practical work experience with U.S. Coast Guard at MTSA regulated facilities. Facility Security Officer
experience is a plus.
Familiarity with broad environmental regulations pertaining to air, ground water, water, hazardous
materials and wastes as covered by local, state and federal regulations; experience in computerized EMS
database management is a plus.
National Incident Management Systems 100, 200 and 300 Certified.
Experience implementing Behavior Based Safety programs is a plus.
Apply at http://www.portfreeport.com/employment.htm or email to employment@portfreeport.com.

Manager, Security Consultant, Houston, TX
Responsibilities:
This Security Manager oversees all aspects of a physical security project's life cycle management from
project initiation to closeout. Sets deadlines, priorities, assigns responsibilities and tasks through resource
leveling, and monitors and summarizes progress of project. Interfaces with Corporate Real Estate in the
project planning and design phase to identify physical security requirements. Prepares reports for upper
management regarding status of project. Approves contractor estimates, monitors progress, and ensures
compliance with defined specifications. Relies on extensive experience and judgment to plan and
accomplish goals. Leads and directs the work of smaller project teams. Develops project plans using
project tools such as MS Project, Visio, Excel etc. Oversees and provides thought leadership to specific
strategic initiatives within the assigned effort. Provides leadership, vision, strategic planning and related
tactical execution plans. The Security Project Manager focuses on facilitating Corporate Security goals
and long term strategic objectives in support of Capital One imperatives. The Security Project Manager
drives significant cultural transformation requiring strong communication, influence, collaboration,
innovation, and relationship management skills.
- Formulate and gain alignment on end state vision and roadmap for the project or program as related to
security risk management.
- Develop and maintain strong working relationships and strategic partnerships with key
stakeholders/customers across divisions to maximize project or program effectiveness and influence
- Develop & lead cultural change efforts to integrate project or program elements into the broader culture
- Drive awareness of the Project or Program and the organizational value
- Identify opportunities for cost reduction and project efficiency
- Provides compelling reasons to increase understanding and agreement
- Ensure predictable, consistent, and successful project delivery
- Interprets blue prints for the purpose of applying system design standards.
- Provide a complete view of the overall project to the organization and all stakeholders
- Identify opportunities and gain organizational support for strategic initiatives critical to driving the project,
as well as, key quick hits.
- Ensure a holistic view by coordinating with and monitoring all impacted business processes from
initiation to delivery.
- Practically apply project or program management concepts to facilitate the achievement of business
objectives
- Define the overall scope of the project
- Create and maintain a consolidated timeline highlighting the major milestones and associated dates for
program activities
- Put mechanisms in place to set expectations and ensure on-going control of the program (e.g., Kick off
meeting, Program Approach, Risk Management, Issues Management, Change Control, etc.)
- Identify and communicating project dependencies and impacts
- Foster communication to ensure timely and appropriate availability of information
- Track project or program status and resources
- Serve as an escalation point for project scope modifications
- Conduct standing project or program meetings to review status and issues
- Oversee overall coordination of all impacted business areas
- Prepare and/or present periodic high level status reports to management
- Prepare and conduct formal and informal presentations
- Make a presence and build relationships with all business areas
- Manage stakeholder expectations
- Operates under minimal supervision with latitude to operate independently
Qualifications:
- High School diploma or GED
- Five years demonstrated experience in project or program management processes and resultant
methodologies, as well as, project lifecycle
- Proficient with Project Management Tools (MS Suite)
Preferred Qualifications:
- Strongly Preferred College Degree or Equivalent Work Experience in Management, Engineering &
Design, Project Management, or related field.
- 8 Years experience in Security Project/Process management
- 5 Years experience in Relationship management
- Professional certification in area of expertise (e.g. Certified Protection Professional, Certified Physical
Security Professional) or the ability to complete certification requirements within 1 year of hire.
- Experience in organizational change management, project management, and broad functional
exposure.
- Experience with matrix management of cross-functional processes and teams
- Industry experience in banking or financial services.
- Comprehensive knowledge of Project Management Methodologies
Apply at www.capitalone.com

Corporate Security Investigator, Houston, TX
Responsibilities:
• Plan and conduct inquiries and investigations when directed into matters of reported irregularities in the
company operations or suspected fraud in contracting, purchasing, construction projects, or other areas
involving risks to Saudi Aramco assets worth hundreds of millions of dollars.
• Conduct crime scene investigations and determine techniques best suited to solve cases. Incumbent
should be highly skilled in conducting interviews of witnesses and interrogating suspects and preparing
professional reports of investigations to corporate management.
• Collection of evidence, preservation and evaluation or examination of physical and forensic evidence to
determine and resolve complex investigations.
• Provide support in planning, manage the ongoing personnel security background investigation/
screening program and liaise with approved agencies in countries or areas of recruitment for the
company.
• Conduct surveillance, identify and seize evidence, interview witnesses, suspects and subjects, take
official statements, and conduct other necessary investigative tasks to document facts and circumstances
surrounding alleged improprieties.
Qualifications:
• Degree in Police Science, Auditing or Accounting, plus a minimum of 7 years of experience in planning,
directing and conducting corporate level fraud or security investigations, with a developed police force or
law enforcement/investigative agencies. Must be tactful, resourceful and discreet in dealing with matters
of a sensitive and highly confidential nature.
• Some experience should have been in conducting and/or supervising pre-employment screening and
background investigations.
• Knowledge of personal computers and systems are important in completing administrative tasks
associated with the job.
• Professional Certifications as a Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Certified Protection Professional
(CPP), Professional Certified Investigator (PCI), Certified Public Accountant (CPA) or Chartered
Accountant (CA) is also desirable.
Apply at http://www.linkedin.com/company/aramco-services-company/careers or at Aramco Services
Company, North American Staffing Services, 9009 West Loop South MS-112, Houston, TX 77096

Area Loss Prevention Manager, Houston, TX
Responsibilities:
Area Manager – Loss Prevention is responsible for executing asset protection programs for a small group
(approx. 50-300) of Family Dollar stores. This role gains multi-store experience while demonstrating
knowledge in areas of Loss Prevention. Incumbents are responsible for assessing store procedures to
ensure the protection of inventory, cash, equipment and other Company assets. They seek guidance from
management (i.e. Regional Manager, LP Director, Loss Prevention Project Manager, Regional Vice
President of Loss Prevention and Vice President of Loss Prevention) while initiating and conducting
investigations and store audits.
– Loss Prevention must foster good working relationships with corporate work groups (e.g., Store
Operations, Human Resources, Legal, Accounting, etc.) and local law enforcement so that observations
and recommendations can be made to improve inventory shrinkage and store operations. Incumbents
must also partner with Operations to interview potential team members, and to train store team members
in asset protection programs and methods. Area Manager – Loss Prevention is responsible for embracing
Family Dollar's store-centric commitment to customers, customer service and sales.
•Investigate evidence of potential or actual inventory shrink, and loss of cash, equipment or other
Company assets. Offer recommendations for improvement.
•Analyze store point-of-sale, inventory, cash and other operating information and identify trends and
exceptions for further investigation.
•Educate and train store team members in programs and methods for protecting inventory, cash,
equipment and other Company assets.
•Receive guidance about investigations and audits from Loss Prevention Management Team (i.e.,
Divisional Vice Presidents of Loss Prevention, Loss Prevention Project Manager, and the Vice President
of Loss Prevention).
•Perform operational audits to assess compliance with Company policies and procedures.
•Request information about store inventory shrinkage, store bank deposits and cash overages and
shortages from Accounting (i.e., Sales Audit and Inventory Control).
•Partner with corporate work groups (e.g., Store Operations, Human Resources, Legal, Accounting, etc.)
and local law enforcement to resolve investigations/audits pertaining to store losses.
•Share information with Store Operations Management and collaborate on solutions for improving
inventory shrink and store security and safety.
•Investigate reports of violations of Company Policy as requested by Associate Relations or other
Management.
•Assist with interviews of prospective Store Managers, District Managers and Regional Vice Presidents.
•Communicate and manage multiple relationships at all levels within the organization.
•Other job related duties as assigned.
Requirements:
Completion of High School or equivalent. Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
Three (3) years experience in Loss Prevention required. Experience in a multi-store retail environment is
a plus.
Certifications: Wicklander-Zulawski Interviewing Certificate is a plus.
 Working knowledge in areas of Loss Prevention that includes causes of loss and solutions to prevent
such loss. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Excel and Word.
Apply at http://www.familydollar.com/homeofficecareer.aspx

Coordinator of Security Officers, Houston, TX
Responsibilities:
 Conducts security surveys, provides security consultation, and participates as a member of the TCPA
  quality survey team.
 Knowledge of security and police work and the dynamics of supervising a large staff required.
 Ability to properly communicate (orally and in writing) and operate a personal computer using the TCH
  software also required.
 Conducts investigations and inquiries throughout the TCH IDS.
 Performs case management and documentation.
 Prepares and conducts training.
Qualifications:
 The formal education normally associated with completely satisfactory performance in this job is to
  have some college and have either an advanced certification from Texas Commission on Law
  Enforcement Office Standards and Education (TCLEOSE) or private investigation experience.
 A minimum of five years experience as an investigator is required.
     Must meet the Texas Department of Public Safety Private Security Board (TDPSPSB) requirements for
      a Private Investigator license.
     Must possess a valid Texas drivers license and have a safe driving record.
    Apply at www.texaschildrenshospital.com.

    Security Systems Manager, Houston, TX
    Responsibilities:
    The Public Safety Manager must possess qualities of leadership skills, managerial effectiveness, and
    organizational commitment. The Manager of Public Safety reports to the Director of Public Safety and is
    responsible for all security systems activities of The Methodist Hospital Public Safety department.
    Management duties include, but are not limited to; managing all security systems for The Methodist
    Hospital, TMH Medical Offices Buildings and satellite locations with direct oversight of the associated
    staff. The manager will provide leadership in support of the director's goals and vision, develop
    department policies, procedures and goals to best serve the Methodist Hospital System's mission, service
    as technical consultant to management on a wide range of systems projects, manage the department
    within budget, maintain high customer satisfaction while providing the highest possible level of protection
    to our patients, staff, visitors and assets.
    Requirements:
   Baccalaureate degree preferably in criminal justice, police science, emergency management, healthcare
    management OR four years documented experience in security systems management, preferably in the
    healthcare environment.
    Security systems management experience required.
   Three years experience in management of security systems in a corporate organization. Additional
    security operations experience preferred.
    Must be eligible for licensure by the Texas Department of Public Safety Private Security Bureau.
   ASIS CPP or PSP; or IAHSS CHPA certification preferred.
   Strong technical knowledge of security access control, video and badge systems.
   Must possess strong knowledge of CAD, IT systems and Microsoft Office products.
   Must possess project management skills and knowledge of construction and design phases.
   Ability to team-build and sustain interpersonal relationships within the corporate environment.
    Apply at http://careers.methodisthealth.com/

    Security Project Manager, Houston, TX
    AlliedBarton is seeking a Project Manager for one of our government service sectors to successfully lead
    a team of one hundred (100) plus Security Officers at a Major Maritime/Port facility in the Houston, TX
    area. The ideal candidate will manage the security operation at one of the world’s busiest ports and the
    nation’s leading port in terms of foreign tonnage.
    Responsibilities:
    • Supervise the day to day security operations of the client site
    • Manage a team of Security Officers, Site and Shift Supervisors including hiring/selection, scheduling,
    payroll, training, coaching, development and support.
    • Ensure the Client Site is provided with high quality security services to protect people and property.
    • Build, improve and maintain effective relationships with both client and employees
    • Coordinate necessary support services to effectively manage client site to meet or exceed financial and
    operational goals and provide quality customer service
    • Ensure all required reporting and contract compliance requirements are met
    • Handle any escalated security issues or emergency situations appropriately
    • Other management responsibilities as determined by Client or District Manager
    Qualifications:
     Must have a minimum of five (5) years recent management experience in security services, law
      enforcement or the military and two (2) years project management experience. A Bachelor's degree in a
      related field and experience interpreting and applying Maritime regulations is strongly recommended.
     Must have the ability to effectively interact with multiple clients, interpret and apply federal regulations
      and must be willing to respond to incidents outside of regular business hours.
     Experience with payroll & billing, scheduling, computer skills (e.g. Excel, PowerPoint, Word, etc.).
 Will be required to hold an active Security Registration from the TXDPS and Transportation Workers
  Identification Credential (TWIC).
 Minimum of five (5) years of experience within the management and operation of security, military or
  police services within the past five (5) years or Bachelor's degree and two (2) years of experience in the
  management and operation of security, police or military services within the past three (3) years.
 At least two (2) years of Project Management experience.
 Ability to develop and grow customer relationships.
 Experience in hiring, developing, motivating and retaining staff.
 Strong time management experience required with the ability to perform multiple tasks simultaneously.
 Outstanding interpersonal and communications skills required.
 Ability to work in a team-oriented management environment with the ability to work independently.
 Ability to manage multiple priorities, complex situations, a diverse team of employees and client
  requirements on an ongoing basis.
 Previous payroll, billing and scheduling experience preferred.
 Key Competencies: Staff Management, Financial Management, Integrity, Problem Solving, Conflict
  Management, Time Management, Customer Focus, Timely Decision Making, Motivating and Directing
  Others, Drive for Results
Apply at www.alliedbarton.com

Assistant Facility Director Chief Of Security, Houston, TX
Responsibilities:
- Maintains security procedures to effectively manage a halfway house setting
- Conducts on-the-job training so that staff is able to perform to job standards.
- Visually checks logs to determine if the activity has occurred and that the information recorded is correct
and complete.
- Prepares monthly written report for Facility Director.
- Oversees the maintenance personnel to identify maintenance and equipment problems and initiate
action in order to comply with safety and housekeeping standards.
- Monitors all resident financial transactions to ensure residents and staff comply with program
requirements.
- Conducts weekly meetings and reviews resident files to ensure program plans and weekly discussion
and other services are in compliance with the contract.
- Assumes duties and role of Facility Director in his/her absence.
- Schedules line staff employees to ensure all shifts are adequately covered and meet contract
requirements, keeping overtime at a minimum.
- Provides leadership to peer or lower-classified employees through the assignment of work, monitoring of
progress, review of results, and technical instruction or training. Prepare performance evaluations on or
before the due date.
- Monitors and supervises all facility food service, when appropriate, for contract compliance, special
diets, etc., and complaint resolution.
- Schedules, supervises (and may conduct) the following to maintain control and security of residents and
facility: patdowns, urinalyses, shakedowns, counts, breath tests, community verifications, etc.
- Completes in-service training to meet the requirements for continued personal and professional self-
development.
- Participates in staff meetings by sharing observations and recommendations regarding the facility,
residents and staff relations to identify and solve problems and function as a unified team.
- Complies with company policies and work rules as described in the company Employee Handbook, the
Statement of Work, the Facility Policies and Procedures Manual, including directives of managers and
supervisors in a cooperative spirit to ensure conformance to company standards.
- Communicate effectively with all levels of staff in a manner that promotes a team spirit and a sense of
cooperation.
Qualifications:
- Bachelor’s degree in related field, or equivalent experience and 1 year supervisory experience or 5
years of experience in a related field with at least 1 year in a supervisory position (e.g., Case Manager,
parole or probation officer, peace or correctional officer, etc.)
- Knowledge of current management techniques.
- Familiar with correctional system, current correctional practices.
- Write clear reports in English, using correct grammar. Able to delegate, plan, motivate, control, schedule
and train; effectively interface with residents and staff; react quickly and appropriately in an emergency
situation.
- Personal vehicle available for company business.
- Valid drivers license for state in which facility is located.
Apply at
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Safety & Security Specialist, Houston, TX
Salary - $ 60,000 - $ 65,000 per year
Responsibilities:
Managing all aspects of the Safety program for the Houston facility. Successful candidates will have a
demonstrated background and knowledge of MS Office products, organizational skills, ability to work
between multiple and knowledge of MS Office products, organizational skills, ability to work between
multiple levels of management and employees, in a fast-paced environment and an ability to manage a
complex workload.
Safety:
-Safety reporting, compliance and waste handling efforts
-Manage and coordinate programs for compliance with all applicable local, State and federal regulations
-Initiate, lead and maintain facility Leadership Safety Team Employee Safety Team and First Responder
Teams.
-Conduct and accurately document routine audits and inspections
-Provide technical assistance on environmental, safety and health matters.
-Investigate accidents; improve safety to reduce work - related injuries
-Management of workers' compensation claims
Process Safety Management:
-Develop and manage projects related to PSM/RMP
-Prepare and maintain the management systems required to maintain compliance
-Prepare activity reports to keep the PSM and EHS team members informed
Training:
-OSHA/EPA and other mandatory local, state and federal topics
-Demonstrated ability to identify, develop and deliver a variety of training topics
-Develop and promote programs to educate first level Supervisors and Managers to effectively instruct
employees
Security:
-Manage contracted services and support corporate guidelines
-Perform audits, reporting and investigations
-Manage and coordinate all programs for compliance with PSM and RMP standards
Qualifications:
Associates Degree
-2+ years of relevant experience
-Ability to drive organizational change
-Strong Interpersonal and communication skills
-Hands on ability to manage multiple priorities and projects simultaneously
Apply at www.randstad.com

Security Manager, Houston, TX

Read about this property at:
http://www.starwoodhotels.com/westin/search/hotel_detail.html?propertyID=1053
Responsibilities:
Protect property and provide a safe environment for guests and staff.
Supervise all on-duty security personnel, including dispatcher and kronos station.
Coordinate job assignments and ensure that each officer is briefed on the day’s activities.
Compile information and file written reports.
Assist Director and interview, select, review and counsel security officers to maintain order throughout the
hotel.
Train new employees according to all corporate specifications, including documentation. Assign duties
and schedule staff, balancing needs of hotel and productivity standards.
Monitor staff activity and coach subordinate performance.
Watch for suspicious persons entering, exiting or loitering around building.
Conduct walk through observations of entire hotel.
Promote safe work practices.
Ensure compliance with OSHA standards and preventative measures. Develop and administer safety
programs.
Develop, revise, and advise key personnel of emergency procedures.
Investigate accidents, thefts, property loss, and unlawful activities.
Document details and advise management.
Track departmental safety records and document medically treated and non-treated emergencies.
Coordinate and monitor for efficiency safety and security related programs for overall hotel, including lost
and found process, auditing of issuance of hotel keys, chemical, CPR, and Fire Preparedness training,
Manager on Duty schedules, evacuation drills, etc.
Compile and distribute departmental reports, such as property loss correspondence.
Read incoming correspondence and disseminate pertinent information to staff members.
Organize and conduct departmental safety committee meetings.
Attend and participate in other required meetings.
Qualifications:
• Must be able to work well with all members of the Security Department and all other members of the
Hotel Staff.
• Must promote a cordial and caring attitude toward all other department heads.
• Ability to communicate with hotel guests.
High school or equivalent education required.
Must have minimum of three years in Security
Ability to obtain and/or maintain any government required licenses, certificates or permits.
Apply at http://www.starwoodhotels.com/corporate/careers/index.html or at The Westin Galleria Houston,
5060 West Alabama, Houston, TX 77056

Security Manager, Houston, TX
Salary Group 19 with a range of $48,949 - $77,137
Responsibilities:
Maintains a safe and secure environment for visitors and employees by establishing and enforcing safety
and security policies and procedures. Responsible for all aspects of safety and physical security at
HCAD’s office. Supervises commissioned security officers and contract security officers. Provides security
services as required.
Qualifications:
- Two (2) years of college or equivalent work experience. Four (4) years of college preferred.
- Minimum of five (5) years experience with a federal, state, or local law enforcement agency, or U.S.
  military.
- Commissioned peace officer with TCLEOSE permanent license highly desirable.
- Must hold or obtain GLOA commissioned security officer and GLOA personal protection officer licenses
  from the Texas Department of Public Safety.
- Ability to work independently
Apply to the Human Resources Division, 13013 Northwest Freeway, Houston, Texas77040, emailed to
applications@hcad.org or faxed to 713.957.5664. If submitting a resume please include your SS#, TDL#
and position you are applying for. You must attach a transcript if you list any college or university
attendance.
Manager, Strategic Account Operations (Chemical Market), Houston, TX
Responsibilities:
The Manager, Strategic Account Operations is responsible for the development, operations, and
profitability of all physical security services within a G4S Secure Solutions (USA) chemical strategic
account. Responsibilities include working in a team environment to manage a large, multi-location
strategic account, maintaining a comprehensive knowledge base of security issues in the Chemical sector
through participation in industry associations, and monitoring legislative changes potentially impacting the
company’s operational efforts. This position coordinates daily administration and specialized reporting
functions to ensure quality customer relations, creates reports that are generated, analyzed, and provided
as needed per client contract and company policies, and communicates with client representatives and
field offices regularly to facilitate these activities.
 Associate degree in Business, Criminal Justice, Finance, or a closely-related field
 Ability to obtain and maintain a Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) issued by the
   Department of Homeland Security (DHS) and any applicable security licensing or certification
   requirements
 Certified, or the ability to become certified, as a Chemical-terrorism Vulnerability Information Authorized
   User (issued by DHS)
 A minimum of 7 years management experience in the financial and team leadership aspects of a large
   semi-independent business enterprise
 Minimum of 3 years management/supervisory experience in the chemical industry requiring basic
   knowledge and understanding of the Marine Transportation Security Act of 2002 and Chemical Facility
   Anti-Terrorism Standards (CFATS)
 Bachelor’s degree in Business, Criminal Justice, Finance, or a closely-related field
 Prior security-related management experience in a multi-location environment
 American Society of Industrial Security (ASIS) International Certified Protection Professional (CPP) or
   Physical Security Professional (PSP)certification
Apply at http://www. g4s.com/usw

Loss Prevention Manager, Humble (In North Houston), TX
Responsibilities:
As a Loss Prevention Manager, you will support My Macy's and be empowered to ensure that a store or
multiple stores operate efficiently and achieve our shortage goals. Your scope of responsibility will include
asset protection, payroll expense management, management of Loss Prevention team and the directing
of shortage initiatives, investigations and surveillances.
•Implement, monitor, and manage store shortage prevention and awareness programs
•Analyze shortage results and formulate preventative action plans
•Manage and monitor internal and external case productivity and recoveries; conduct investigations when
necessary
•Manage and monitor payroll expense
•Develop, implement and validate new programs and procedures to reduce shortage and investigate
internal and external theft through use of systems and surveillance
•Partner with Operations to execute Safety Program in the building
•Establish high level of shortage awareness and effectiveness determined by audit results; work with Loss
Prevention Manager to ensure that all policies and procedures are thoroughly understood by team
•Role model exemplary service, lead Loss Prevention team to provide an outstanding shopping
experience
•Ensure selling floor security standards are maintained
•Clearly communicate store and company shortage and loss prevention objectives to ensure both Store
Executives and Associates are informed and knowledgeable
•Develop a positive partnership with all Executives and Associates to make shortage awareness a priority
•Maintain safety awareness and a safe shopping and work environment for customers and Associates
•Conduct Loss Prevention audits; review for corrective action opportunities
•Recruit and select qualified loss prevention Associates
•Train, motivate and develop loss prevention team to reach their fullest potential and to maximize
business opportunities
•Address Associate concerns in a reasonable and fair manner, consistent with the values expected by the
Company
•Utilize review process as a tool for Associate talent development, promotion and advancement
•Monitor and address performance issues on a timely basis; administer reviews
•Ensure that all procedures, policies, exposure standards and shortage awareness are thoroughly
understood by team
•Lead Associates in support of community service opportunities
Qualifications:
•A minimum of 3-5 years of loss prevention management or related experience
•Strong leadership profile and excellent negotiation skills
•Ability to effectively plan and execute strategies
•Effective prioritizing and time management skills
•Ability to build partnerships and direct teams
•Excellent written and verbal communication skills
•Commitment to exemplifying the highest integrity and professional business standards
Apply at http://www.macysjobs.com

Senior Manager, Loss Prevention, Corporate Security Services, Austin, TX
Responsibilities:
 Reporting directly to the Regional Loss Prevention Lead with a dotted line to the Austin Site(s) General
  Manager, the Senior Manager, Loss Prevention (SMLP) manages physical and operational security for
  the Austin Site primary and associated facilities.
 The SMLP will operate in compliance with all local, state and federal laws for the US and all applicable
  Flextronics policies and procedures.
 Act as direct line manager for all Austin Site Security staff (contract and Flextronics)
 Take a leadership role for Austin Site(s) in the development and execution of local security processes in
  compliance with MGLPPS and customer security requirements
 Direct and/or participate in LP/PS/SCS audits at Austin Site(s)
 Identify and document process and system gaps
 Develop corrective action initiatives
 Review results with management, negotiate corrective action ownership
 Document/publish results, corrective action schedule and closure
 Take a leadership role for Austin Site(s) relative to Flextronics and Customer Intellectual Property
  Protection (IPP), performing gap analysis against customer requirements, proposing compliance
  solutions and participating in customer facing activities relative to IPP and NPI (New Product
  Introduction)
 Take a leadership role in continuous process improvement and cost control activities related to security
  and loss prevention, proposing and implementing approved actions
 As the local subject matter expert for physical security systems, manage the acquisition, configuration
  and operations of access control, alarm, CCTV and exit screening systems
 Develop and submit quarterly/annual security Austin Site(s) budget for approval
 Develop and submit for approval any security-related CAPEX for Austin Site(s)
 In support of Austin Site and Global Procurement teams, participate in all security services and security
  systems procurement activity in compliance with Flextronics policies
 As assigned by CSS Investigations, support investigative activity impacting Flextronics including
  criminal and loss issues, violations of company policy and other matters
 The SMLP must be a self starter with the ability to work independently and manage multiple projects
  and site issues simultaneously.
 The SMLP will demonstrate the highest levels of personal conduct, ethical behavior and confidential
  information protection.
 The SMLP will have significant experience in the principles of loss prevention to include access control,
  CCTV, alarm systems and protection of personnel, assets and intellectual property protection, and
  supply chain security.
 The Government-Industry partnership programs such as C-TPAT.
 Additionally, the SMLP will have experience in conducting internal and external confidential
  investigations across a wide range of issues and knowledge of laws and regulations pertaining to
  investigations in the US and the state of Texas.
 This position has the potential for infrequent travel within the region.
Qualifications:
 Minimum 5-years of relevant experience including staff management responsibilities within a large
  organization, preferably within the EMS industry, high tech OEM or logistics environment and/or law
  enforcement
 Understanding of security operations, security systems and the intellectual property, loss prevention
  and physical security principles specific to hi-tech manufacturing industries
 Understanding of supply chain security methodologies to include logistics, materials, procurement and
  inventory control
 Strong process audit capabilities to include conducting audits, developing recommendations and
  presenting results in various formats
 Excellent verbal and written English communication skills with the ability to document findings and
  conduct articulate exchanges with all levels of management
 Ability to speak and read Spanish a plus
 Understanding of criminal laws and prosecuting methodology with the ability to document and present
  investigative findings to appropriate law enforcement agencies and management
 Effective at developing internal and external liaisons with law enforcement, regulatory agency
  representatives and customer/industry peers
 Strong computer literacy with proficiency in the MS Office suite
 Protection Professional (CPP) or Physical Security Professional (PSP) certification a plus
 Possession of a valid passport and the ability to obtain visas and travel as required
 4-year degree in business, criminal justice or a related field of study or equivalent combination of
  education and related work experience.
Apply at http://www.flextronics.com

Director Facilities and Security Services, Dallas, TX
Responsibilities:
The Director of Facility and Security Services has direct oversight of all SC USA facilities, including the
general maintenance, mechanical and electrical operations, physical safety procedures and security
systems, processes and procedures within each site (according to the specific contract terms of each
location). This position will oversee vendor management and/or third party outsourcing responsible for
including, but not limited to, site renovations and modifications, production floor arrangement, HVAC and
electrical systems.
 Plans, develops and manages company policies for adhering to local, state and federal environment,
  health and safety regulations
 Manages the schedules, designs, bidding, construction, furnishings, and relocation requirements for
  renovation and new construction projects
 Directs preparation, maintenance, and updating of all facility, environmental and security policies and
  procedural manuals
 Ensures compliance with all environmental, health and safety regulations, and keeps abreast of any
  changes to laws and regulations
 Oversees administration and operation of organization's security system
 Supervises and evaluates personnel performance; trains and develops personnel, recommends new
  hires, transfers, terminations, salary adjustments and promotions
 Identifies and recommends cost saving alternatives and process improvements
 Manage vendor relationship with on-site mailroom service; ensuring SLA's are met or exceeded
 Communicates daily with customers on operational performance, special requests and changes,
  establishes and maintains effective customer relations
 Negotiates major repairs and capital work such as roofs, heating, ventilations, and air conditioning
  (HVAC), and related projects
Qualifications:
 Bachelor’s Degree required
 Eight (8) to ten (10) years in experience facilities / building security management
 Minimum five (5) years management experience
 Must have a solid background and experience in all of the areas as listed under essential functions
 Certification as an Educational Facilities Professional (EFP) and/or a Certified Educational Facilities
  Professional (CEFP) through APPA is desired
 Strong organizational, problem solving and negotiation skills a must
 Excellent communication and interpersonal skills is essential
 Ability to work well under pressure, while meeting business and departmental objectives and
  expectations
 Excellent PC skills required
 Ability to travel, both local and out-of-state
 Must have ability to maintain confidentiality
Apply at http://www. Santander.com

Senior Consumer Fraud Investigator, Irving, TX
Responsibilities:
This Consumer Fraud Investigator performs in-depth evaluations of potential fraud or suspected identity
theft. Conducts independent investigations and communicates with appropriate law enforcement, as well
as private agencies and organizations involved in combating fraud and identity theft.
Qualifications:
Two or more years of previous fraud investigation/detection experience.
Four or more years of collections experience.
Knowledge of captive automobile finance sufficient to handle calls related to fraud.
Excellent communications skills required to investigate interpret and summarize complex data into
recommendations for management.
Must possess active listening skills, open to diverse solutions, and adaptive to change.
Bachelor’s Degree Preferred, High School Diploma Required.
Apply at http://www.nissan.jobs/

Program Operations Security Manager, Dallas, TX
Responsibilities:
Managing the intelligence cycle to include coordination of research, analysis, evaluation, production, and
dissemination of sensitive information; advising a multifaceted team of intelligence and security
professionals; identifying customer intelligence requirements and formulating analytic strategies; utilizing
multiple collection platforms to create and deliver timely intelligence products to include mission briefs;
presenting threat/vulnerability assessments to senior decision makers to mitigate risk; acting as a key
liaison to Combatant Commands, Department of Defense, Department of Justice, Department of
Homeland Security and the Intelligence Community; and mentoring junior Active Duty personnel in
Concept of Operations (CONOPs) and Intelligence training requirements. Up to 25% travel is required.
Qualifications:
A Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of six (6) years of experience is required. Additional years of
experience may substitute in lieu of a Bachelor's Degree. A Master’s Degree with a minimum of four (4)
years of experience is desired.
Experience in Special Project Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance is desired. Experience in
Joint Command and/or Interagency Fusion is desired. Experience in Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection
(AT/FP) Training is desired. Operational experience with an active duty customer set is desired.
Expertise in Image/Imagery Intelligence (IMINT), Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Electronic Intelligence
(ELINT), Human Intelligence (HUMINT), Communications Intelligence (COMINT), and Open-Source
Intelligence (OSINT) is required. Effective oral and written communication skills are required. Excellent
organizational skills with the ability to multi-task in a dynamic, fast-paced environment is required. The
ability to work with integrated test teams comprised of military, civilian and contractor personnel is
required. Proficiency with Microsoft Office products is required
Apply at http://careers.wylelabs.com/careers.aspx
Asset Protection Manager, Fort Worth, TX
Responsibilities:
•Coordinates, completes, and oversees job-related activities and assignments for Asset Protection
•Detects, deters, investigates, and resolves violations of company policies and criminal activities
•Drives the execution of operational procedures to minimize shrink, damages, and/or variances
•Ensures compliance with company policies and procedures and supports company mission, values, and
standards of ethics and integrity
•Leads safety team to ensure a safe shopping and working environment for associates and members
•Manages compliance procedures to adhere to standards of Federal, State and Local regulatory agencies
(for example, Environmental Protection Agency, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA),
Alcohol/Tobacco/Firearm (ATF), United States Department of Agriculture, Weights and Measures,
Department of Transportation, Federal Drug Administration, as well as government agencies that address
Privacy, Financial, and Fuel)
•Manages security resources within the clubs
•Provides supervision and development opportunities for associates
•Secures and safeguards the assets of the facility and surrounding areas
Qualifications:
•Completion of 2 or more years of college; OR 1 year supervisory experience in a multi-department retail
environment; OR 1 year experience in one of the following areas: Claims, Invoicing, Human Resources or
Asset Protection in a multi-department retail environment
Additional Preferred Qualifications:
•2 or more years experience working in a safety/regulatory compliance field
•2 or more years general work experience supervising 5 or more direct reports to include the
responsibility of performance management, mentoring, hiring, and firing
•2 or more years investigative experience
Apply at http://careers.walmart.com/

Senior Security Manager, Irving, TX
Responsibilities:
Reporting to the Sub-Regional Director, the Regional Security Senior Manager will direct and oversee
activities of security operations staff, to safeguard premises and employees against risk of unauthorized
entry, fire, theft, vandalism, and criminal activities in their assigned area. They will also be responsible to
oversee and execute security programs at bank branches to ensure compliance with the Bank Protection
Act and other regulatory acts. In addition will enforce security rules and safety standards to reduce risk
and implement security operations in accordance with Citigroup business objectives.
- Direct security operations for multiple sites by managing both Citi staff and contract staff to ensure
security of Citigroup assets, employees, and customers
- Work closely with business leaders and other Citi departments on issues related to Fire and Safety for
all sites and locations within assigned area and oversee Branch Security Operations and respond to
requests for assistance to include: Robberies, Burglaries, Vandalism, Personal threats and other security
incidents
- Establish and maintain plans to develop talent, provide regular feedback and coaching, ensure a strong
evaluation process and create opportunities for career progression, mentoring and cross-training
- Establish policy regarding response to fire, theft, vandalism, and natural disasters, while ensuring
compliance with local ordinances and security goals and priorities within assigned area
- Identify and approve vendors
- Provide appropriate reporting to management as required
- Establish and maintain strategies to review security systems to ensure that they meet the needs of the
site and Citi businesses and are operational
- Manage equipment installation and maintenance with vendor representatives
- Create protocols to ensure that security personnel are trained to respond to emergency situations
- Manage the security Risk Assessments and Surveys process
- Provide Event Security planning as required and perform Security Advances as needed
Qualifications:
- 15 years prior private security, law enforcement or US Military experience, with 8-10 years of
management experience
- Possesses strong leadership and coaching abilities and ability to manage co-employment relationships
- Four years college degree or equivalent job-related work experience
- Solid understanding of applicable local and state laws as they relate to criminal activity and public safety
- Excellent communication and personal skills needed for working with peers, management and business
customers, with a strong ability to brief senior management on issues related to security and safety
- Strong knowledge of security trends and controls
- Strong knowledge of Access Control and CCTV operating systems
- Trained in the proper use of fire suppression equipment and techniques
- Familiar with Fire codes, fire protection systems and hazardous material handling
- Experienced in Facility Security Design, loss prevention and asset protection
- Proficiency in office skills: Computer, typing, MS Office (Word, Excel and PowerPoint)
- Possesses creativity, with a strong ability to develop new processes towards improvement
- Must be flexible and available on a 24-hour per day basis
Apply at http://careers.citigroup.com

Security Administrator, Hurst, TX
Responsibilities:
Responsible for the administration of employee security awareness training and education program,
collection, analysis and reporting of intelligence information to support commercial and military business
program objectives.
· Gathering intelligence, threat and risk alert information through open and restricted sources, analyzing
data and providing detailed threat/risk analysis reports as necessary to protect corporate human and
infrastructure resources worldwide.
· Administration of the annual security training of cleared employees and dissemination of awareness
information for uncleared employees. The primary demand is to gather security information, create
articles and illustrations as necessary, edit, type, publish and distribute Security Awareness Newsletters
to support Company-wide adherence to U.S. Government regulations and Company policies pertaining to
security.
· The incumbent is responsible for compliance with the NISPOM in assigned areas of responsibilities and
must have the skills and abilities to interface with the Defense Security Service and other government
agencies or bureaus to acquire or disseminate intelligence information.
· Serves as BHTI’s representative in the Joint Security Awareness Council (JSAC). (The JSAC is a
cooperative of government contractors and DoD personnel dedicated to the sharing and teaching of
security information under the requirements of the U.S. Governments National Industrial Security
Program.)
· Responsible for providing security information to BHTI employees and enhancing employee awareness
of their responsibilities in protecting the interests of the Company.
· Administers U. S. Government required briefings and reports, as well as maintains the records, on
cleared employees assigned outside the U.S. for more than 90 days.
· Responsible for performing special projects for the Director of Security on an as needed basis. This
includes projects such as preparation and publication of special security bulletins, air show security
publications, etc.
· Performs duties (clerical or otherwise), as needed, in support of the Security Department functions,
ranging from assisting as lobby receptionist to investigative matters. This includes acting, as necessary, in
the absence for any coworker within the Security Department.
Qualifications
· High School Diploma or GED Certificate required.
· Bachelors Degree - Security Administration, Criminal Justice, Communications preferred.
· 3 to 5 years in Industrial Security with a current Secret security clearance. Top Secret security clearance
preferred.
· Must possess a working knowledge of NISPOM requirements for employee training, counterintelligence
collection efforts and foreign travel.
· Must possess verifiable abilities to develop and present training solutions that address current security
threats and vulnerabilities affecting employees.
· Must have the ability to gather current information, establish schedules, coordinate training activities and
to speak in public.
· Must interface well with company employees at all levels and USG representatives.
· Must project a professional image and demeanor.
· Must be fluent in Windows, Microsoft Word, Outlook, PeopleSoft, PowerPoint or other graphics software
to produce communications, reports and training materials independently or in conjunction with corporate
communications offices.
Apply at http://www.textron.com/careers/

Program Manager, Facility Access Monitoring, Dallas, TX
Responsibilities:
The Program Manager (PM) reports to the Security Operations Leader in the Enterprise Support Services
(ESS) Technology Enablement group. The PM will be responsible for the firm’s Facility Access Monitoring
program, which includes monitoring physical security systems such as access control, video, and alarm
systems. The PM will work to evolve the existing monitoring program into a more robust internal service
offering.
The PM will serve as a liaison between the Office of Firm Security (OFS), Enterprise Support Services
(ESS), the Global Shared Services (GSS) centers, Information Technology (IT), other internal clients, and
external vendors. The PM will develop, publish, and enforce policies, procedures, standards, and
guidelines.
In this role, you'll receive general supervision, and may supervise project teams and/or other team
members.
•The monitoring program will include both internal and external components.
• The PM will be responsible for managing a wide variety of activities related to the external central
monitoring station solution including call tree management, account setup, commissioning /
decommission, and process improvement.
•The PM will also be responsible for developing advanced monitoring capabilities internally, such as event
correlation and pattern recognition.
•The PM will work with staff in the GSS Kerala (India) to implement internal monitoring. This will include
training staff in the GSS, developing processes and procedures, exploit existing technologies, and
implementing new technology.
• The successful candidate will demonstrate a thorough knowledge of physical security systems and
alarm monitoring management
• Experience managing a central monitoring station, large internal monitoring operation, and / or off shore
support center required
• Excellent interpersonal, client service, communication, organizational, analytical, and project
management skills
• Ability to work and team effectively with clients and other teams
• Confident at working with people from diverse cultural backgrounds, considering all points of view before
reaching a decision
• Competent at reacting appropriately during crisis situations
•Sound research and analytical skills
•Excellent documentation and report writing skills
• Comfortable working in a self-managed environment
• Proficiency in Microsoft Office and Lotus Notes applications, and knowledge of Microsoft Project
•Experience working for a large, multi-national organization
• International travel experience highly preferred
•Position will include up to 30% travel, including international travel to Canada and India
•Position requires ability to work off hours, early mornings, nights, weekends, and holidays
•Position requires 24/7 on call availability, including carrying a smart phone
•Experience with Software House CCURE 800 and CCURE 9000 access control systems preferred
•Experience with American Dynamics Victor, Intellex and Video Edge video systems preferred
•Experience with SharePoint preferred
•Experience with ArcSight preferred
· A minimum of 6-8 year’s experience in a medium-to-large environment
· Direct experience in medium-to-complex management activities
· Project management training and practical application
· Bachelor's degree in a related discipline, or equivalent work experience
Apply at http://www.ey.com/US/en/Careers/Experienced/Experienced---Job-search

Security Manager II, Plano, TX
Responsibilities:
· Directs efforts of others in the achievement of the strategic operations objectives of the team
· Manages the hiring and staffing of a diverse and effective workforce
· Responsible for career development, performance and pay decisions of team members
· Manages day to day security for Plano campus
· Develops security strategy to compliment business objectives
· Develops, implements and maintains security procedures to meet business requirements and
regulations
· Manages the development, planning and implementation of site security programs.
· Thorough understanding of Dell business priorities, strategy and direction.
· Manages security projects and program execution.
· Manages scheduling for site security officers and all security support for the site.
· Thorough understanding and management of customer business needs and expectations.
· Anticipates operational, program, and implementation issues and develops preventative measures..
· Implements security strategies and procedures to complement business objectives.
· Contributes to area by ensuring quality of tasks/services provided by self and others.
· Manages critical projects, customer engagements or business processes.
· Regularly interacts with colleagues or customers generally up to senior level management. Both
internally and externally to Dell.
· Adapts projects, programs or methods based on customer or business partner feedback.
· Handles diverse range of issues that require evaluation of a variety of factors including current business
trends.
Qualifications:
- Project management skills and experience.
- Demonstrate clear/effective written and verbal communication competencies.
- 10+ years of relevant experience or equivalent combination of education and work experience.
- 4-6 years relevant managerial/leadership experience.
- Additional relevant work experience considered in lieu of educational requirements.
Apply at http://www.dell.com

Program Operations Security Manager, Dallas, TX
Responsibilities:
Primary responsibilities include, but are not limited to: managing the intelligence cycle to include
coordination of research, analysis, evaluation, production, and dissemination of sensitive information;
advising a multifaceted team of intelligence and security professionals; identifying customer intelligence
requirements and formulating analytic strategies; utilizing multiple collection platforms to create and
deliver timely intelligence products to include mission briefs; presenting threat/vulnerability assessments
to senior decision makers to mitigate risk; acting as a key liaison to Combatant Commands, Department
of Defense, Department of Justice, Department of Homeland Security and the Intelligence Community;
and mentoring junior Active Duty personnel in Concept of Operations (CONOPs) and Intelligence training
requirements. Up to 25% travel is required.
Qualifications:
A Bachelor’s Degree with a minimum of six (6) years of experience is required. Additional years of
experience may substitute in lieu of a Bachelor's Degree. A Master’s Degree with a minimum of four (4)
years of experience is desired.
Experience in Special Project Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance is desired. Experience in
Joint Command and/or Interagency Fusion is desired. Experience in Anti-Terrorism/Force Protection
(AT/FP) Training is desired. Operational experience with an active duty customer set is desired.
Expertise in Image/Imagery Intelligence (IMINT), Signals Intelligence (SIGINT), Electronic Intelligence
(ELINT), Human Intelligence (HUMINT), Communications Intelligence (COMINT), and Open-Source
Intelligence (OSINT) is required. Effective oral and written communication skills are required. Excellent
organizational skills with the ability to multi-task in a dynamic, fast-paced environment is required. The
ability to work with integrated test teams comprised of military, civilian and contractor personnel is
required. Proficiency with Microsoft Office products is required
Applicant selected may be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility
requirements for access to classified information.
Apply at http://careers.wylelabs.com/careers.aspx



Security Manager, Cedar Park, TX
Responsibilities:
Overseeing and supervising daily operations of the Security and Parking Departments.
Manages ABI and payroll issues for the Security Department, Police Department, Emergency Medical
Department, Fire Department, and Parking Department.
Accommodate the parking and access needs of our guests and employees in a quick and efficient
manner, while maximizing financial returns.
Manages key control and electronic access controls for Cedar Park Center.
Reports to AVP of Business Operations.
Assists with scheduling and deployment of staff using ABI system to ensure adequate coverage for
successful operation of department for both the CPC Facility and CPC Events;
Facilitates and tracks training programs for staff including but not limited to: security license training and
certification, orientation training, job specific training and supervisor training;
Assists with the creation, implementation and monitoring of department policies and procedures;
Develops and maintains system for distribution and issuing access cards and keys for building;
Oversees all CCTV surveillance equipment;
Responsible for key and lock management;
Develops and schedules safety and other required training for staff;
Maintains records including building incident reports for department;
Apprises AVP of Building Operations of changing or critical situations at CPC;
Trains Security personnel regarding proper procedures for guest entry to the building;
Deploys security personnel to oversee cash handling during events and ensure safe transport of the
funds to appropriate areas;
Develops, implements and oversees all parking services programs for general and premium parking
areas;
Serves as liaison with CTRMA (HNTB) and City of Cedar Park Department of Transportation regarding
construction issues and event traffic coordination
Supervises the hiring, scheduling, and training, of parking event staff to include: Parking Attendants, Lot
Supervisors and Traffic Police;
Addresses complaints and resolves issues as they arise and replies to public questions, suggestions and
complaints;
Ensures financial accountability and maximization of parking revenues;
Reviews and analyzes event reports -( number of vehicles parked per category, cash and counter
shortages);
Reviews payroll and scheduling to minimize costs and maintain proper staffing levels and proper signage;
Recommends capital projects and reports maintenance issues to appropriate staff in the Operations
department;
Develops and implements-parking program for accommodating disabled guest service
Prepares replies to public suggestions and complaints
Supervision: Supervises part-time facility security staff and CPC receptionist. Assists in management of
part-time event staff including Parking Attendants, Cash Attendants, Valet Attendants and Supervisors,
and traffic police
Qualifications:
Bachelor's degree from four-year college or university
3 years related experience and/or training
Level I & Level II certification from Texas Commission on Private Security required
Texas Commission on Private Security Manager License preferred
Minimum of 2 years related parking experience
Previous experience with medium scale parking that is event driven, signage, and traffic management
Apply at http://cedarparkcenter.iapplicants.com/searchjobs.php

Supervisory Industrial Security Specialist, Irving, TX
Salary: $102,204-$132,862
Reference Position Announcement No.: DSS-12-678060-B
Open Period Ends: June 28th, 2012
Responsibilities:
As a Supervisory Industrial Security Specialist, you will:
• Serve as the Chief of an Industrial Security Field Office, which is responsible for effective operation and
management of all ISP issues within the Field Office's Area of Responsibility (AOR).
• Manage, direct, and coordinate Field Office Operations; serve as the first-line supervisor for Senior and
Journeyman Industrial Security Representatives, and is responsible for effective oversight of all
contractors in the AOR to ensure the establishment and maintenance of a security program in compliance
with the National Industrial Security Program (NISP) and the Department of Defense (DoD) Arms ,
Ammunition, and Explosive (AA&E) program.
• Ensure that contractors in the AOR receive the proper advice and assistance from Field Office
personnel in a timely manner, and that all contractors are in compliance with requirements set forth in
security agreements and any other contractual or regulatory requirements.
Apply at http://www.usajobs.gov or at Defense Security Service, DSS Applicant Excepted Service, 3990
East Broad Street; Building 306, Columbus, OH 22314

Director Global Security-Latin America Operations, Irving, TX
Responsibilities:
Developing and providing comprehensive security programs and specialized services and expertise to 35
business entities in 22 Latin American countries, including 28 mills and 35 distribution centers.
This position reports to the Vice-President, Global Security. In addition to the Mexico HC and Central
America security managers reporting directly to this position, the other LAO Security Managers and
Security Coordinators report to the director in an indirect matrix structure with performance management
input by the director. The position is responsible as an enterprise staff generalist and specialist in security
management. Duties include identifying security program strengths, weaknesses, opportunities and
threats, and develop methods for continuous improvement in these areas. Key priority areas include
creating a proactive security attitude and philosophy among all LAO/HC employees to embrace the
security program and take personal responsibility to help protect colleagues and the business.
Align business risks and mitigation strategies with the LAO President and HC VP, their staffs and other
senior management personnel. Partner with other key departments including LAO Legal, Finance/Internal
Control, Supply Chain and Operations in matrix teams. Provide on-going communications with these
leaders to keep them informed and stay informed of business conditions and changes.
Develop and champion international security programs, procedures, specialized services, and expertise
to help ensure that the enterprise's personnel, assets, information and reputation are protected from
injury, damage or other forms of loss.
Provide executive protection support to the CEO and other senior executives during business trips.
Oversee major business events and conferences. Provide security support to global aviation department
in pre-trip planning stage and during trip to ensure the protection of corporate aircraft, passengers and
crew.
Provide assistance and leadership to LAO and HC operations regarding the establishment and
maintenance of security professionals in high-risk countries and security coordinators in medium-risk
locations.
Ensure Global Security programs including C-TPAT, travel security, brand protection, fraud prevention,
and global security standards are implemented and updated for the LAO/HC security team. Special focus
on crisis management and business continuity.
Develop and facilitate a Latin America security awareness program that prioritizes employee and
business security as a key component in meeting and surpassing GBP and LAO/HC objectives.
Provide support for physical security assessment and/or evaluations of security programs and
recommend changes in procedures or equipment needed to assure adequate security for the local risks is
provided; assist in implementing changes as requested.
Conduct and/or coordinate investigations of thefts, frauds or other incidents involving threats against
employees or loss of assets to determine facts, implement corrective actions and use lessons learned to
minimize similar events at local or other locations. Additionally, to recover company property or
information that may have been lost or stolen.
Develop and maintain a program for the assessment of international crime trends and business and geo-
political risks that might affect the political and economic condition of countries in which the corporation
has business interests.
Advise senior management of the risk factors and develop recommendations to protect employees and
safeguard assets.
Develop and maintain relationships with counterparts in other multi-national and national enterprises,
international security consultants, investigative and law enforcement resources so the enterprise has
access to the most current information and benchmarking information.
In the absence and direction of the Vice-President of Global Security, provide administrative and
managerial support to members of the Global Security Department.
Qualifications:
-Bachelor’s s degree or international equivalent in an area of study relevant to this position and more than
10 years experience with a major law enforcement, intelligence, public service or multi-national’s security
department
- Must have demonstrated experience and exposure in the international security arena preferably Latin
America.
-Native-level Spanish verbal and written skill and ability required.
-Certified Protection Professional and/or Certified Fraud Examiner certification preferred.
Apply at http://www.kimberly-clark.com.

Manager, Loss Prevention, Carrollton, TX
Responsibilities:
•Responsible for the execution of all Loss Prevention initiatives.
•Manages Loss Prevention to ensure an effective and proactive approach to shrink and fraud reduction is
occurring.
•Researches issues, brings to team for consensus and assists in the development of action plans to divert
losses that have or may occur as a result of the identified issues.
•Plays an active role in creating, maintaining and delivering training and coaching of Loss Prevention
procedures and programs to field management including shortage interventions, shortage reduction
compliance and other proven inventory control initiatives.
•Develops and implements effective shrink reduction plans for all high theft/loss restaurants.
•Focuses on high shrink and Profit and Loss (P&L) challenged restaurants to get them in compliance.
•Manages LP Case Files and Restitution Program
Reviews case files for completeness and provides feedback to Director LP.
Develops a restitution tracking program to track both in house restitution collections and 3rd party
collections
•Manages and coordinates physical security programs for existing, new, relocation, remodels and closing
restaurants.
•Develops and updates monthly field reports for Operational Audits, Target Stores, Expenses, etc
Develops the design, methods of obtaining data, monthly updates, and dissemination for the following
forms, reports, and summaries:
•Analyze data from Target Stores and communicate company-wide issues and solutions.
•Check for quality control to ensure program is fully being executed, be a role model for integrity.
•Evaluates monthly expenses for restaurants LP to ensure budget is at goal or better
•Recommends solutions and or budget “freeze” if budgets exceed goal to Director of LP
•Identifies cost savings initiatives through analyzing restaurant security expenses
•Maintains routine communication with field management and other division personnel. Routine
communication will be maintained through restaurant visits, divisional meetings, other appropriate
meetings and other methods of effective communication.
•Conducts detailed investigations in the loss of food, money or property incurred through employee or
nonemployee misconduct, including but not limited to, examination of videotape and Electronic Journal
(EJ) to identify theft by under ringing sales, giving away/passing off merchandise, preparing fictitious over
rings, removal of cash from the register, fraud and other violations.
•Conducts necessary interviews with restaurant management and team members for the purpose of
determining responsibility for profit loss, which includes loss of cash and/or merchandise and other
violations of Company policies and procedures
•Reviews and evaluates pertinent and appropriate restaurant store records to determine accountability of
all cash and inventory. Reviews transactions, documents, financial records, reports and operating
procedures of restaurant to ensure compliance with Company and department policies.
•Reviews and evaluates Corporate exception-based reports/records/systems or other available tools to
determine accountability of all cash and merchandise. Reviews adequacy of restaurant controls based on
audit findings and presents findings to management.
•Assists Director of LP with contract negotiations and obtain multiple vendor sources.
•Works with Director of Loss Prevention on additional LP initiatives and projects.
Qualifications:
•Financial Acumen – Understands the company’s business model and markets, and applies financial
knowledge and methods to address business issues.
•Judgment – Effectively examines events, issues, and problems to determine the potential implications to
the Brand and consistently selects the alternative that best protects and nurtures the Brand and culture.
•Build Collaborative Relationships – Reaches out to build and maintain respectful, collaborative
relationships within own workgroup, across organizational lines, and with external partners.
•Drive for Results – Demonstrates and fosters a sense of urgency for and personal commitment to
meaningful results.
•Execution – Executes work plans to ensure achievement of business goals.
Apply at http://www.jobs.net/jobs/TGIFridays/en-us/all-jobs/united-states/

Loss Prevention Manager, Beaumont, TX
Responsibilities:
•Implement, monitor, and manage store shortage prevention and awareness programs
•Analyze shortage results and formulate preventative action plans
•Manage and monitor internal and external case productivity and recoveries; conduct investigations when
necessary
•Manage and monitor payroll expense
•Develop, implement and validate new programs and procedures to reduce shortage and investigate
internal and external theft through use of systems and surveillance
•Partner with Operations to execute Safety Program in the building
•Establish high level of shortage awareness and effectiveness determined by audit results; work with Loss
Prevention Manager to ensure that all policies and procedures are thoroughly understood by team
•Role model exemplary service, lead Loss Prevention team to provide an outstanding shopping
experience
•Ensure selling floor security standards are maintained
•Clearly communicate store and company shortage and loss prevention objectives to ensure both Store
Executives and Associates are informed and knowledgeable
•Develop a positive partnership with all Executives and Associates to make shortage awareness a priority
•Maintain safety awareness and a safe shopping and work environment for customers and Associates
•Conduct Loss Prevention audits; review for corrective action opportunities
•Recruit and select qualified loss prevention Associates
•Train, motivate and develop loss prevention team to reach their fullest potential and to maximize
business opportunities
•Address Associate concerns in a reasonable and fair manner, consistent with the values expected by the
•Utilize review process as a tool for Associate talent development, promotion and advancement
•Monitor and address performance issues on a timely basis; administer reviews
•Ensure that all procedures, policies, exposure standards and shortage awareness are thoroughly
understood by team
•Lead Associates in support of community service opportunities
•A minimum of 3-5 years of loss prevention management or related experience
•Strong leadership profile and excellent negotiation skills
•Ability to effectively plan and execute strategies
•Effective prioritizing and time management skills
•Ability to build partnerships and direct teams
•Excellent written and verbal communication skills
•Commitment to exemplifying the highest integrity and professional business standards
Apply at http://www.macysjobs.com

Safety and Security Manager, Dallas, TX
Responsibilities:
Develop, coordinate, and implement quality, cost effective programs in the area of Risk Management ,
health and safety management; training and education management and security /loss control
management for the facility:
 Responsible for assuring that Safety related regulatory compliance issues are met, as well as the
  preparation, updating and implementation of Company and Divisional Safety policies/standards.
 Responsible for the analysis, preparation and maintenance of mandatory /regulatory Safety and
  Environmental reports/records.
 Responsible for administering Workers’ Compensation loss control programs and related reporting
  requirements.
 Responsible for directing all Safety Committee and plant emergency organizations related activities.
 Responsible for coordinating the investigations and reporting process as it relates to general liability
  claims and other plant property/equipment damages/losses.
 Responsible for coordinating, developing, and or locating quality, pertinent and timely training programs
  to raise personal skill and knowledge levels throughout the organization.
 Lead the development and implementation of specific departmental training programs.
 Act as resource to plant management teams regarding all security service operations.
 Develop, update and implement security/loss control policies as they relate to employee, visitor, trucker,
  and contractor activities while on plant properties.
 Review plans, specifications and layouts for construction of new machinery or equipment in order to
  determine if all Safety requirements have been met.
 Other duties as assigned.
Qualifications:
 BA/BS Degree in Safety, Business, Management, Engineering or equivalent relevant experience.
 5-7 years of health and safety experience in manufacturing management.
 Excellent understanding of OSHA standards.
 Strong leadership skills.
 Strong written and oral communications skills.
 Strong presentation skills to internal contacts.
 Self-motivated with strong attention to detail.
 Strong project management and multi-tasking skills required.
 Demonstrated problem solving skills.
Apply at www.ralcorp.com

Bilingual Regional Loss Prevention Manager, Plano, TX
Responsibility:
The purpose of this position is to instill a proactive approach in the protection of Company assets.
Successful execution of position responsibilities and the team mission will result in the netting improved
shareholder value. This position will be responsible for all Rent-A-Center business types within the
assigned area of responsibility. This position has no direct reports
•Utilize and deliver approved training programs in each store within area of responsibility.
•Educate the Operations group (District Managers & Store Associates) about the methodology of physical
security in RAC stores.
•Respond to critical store incidents within area of responsibility to provide guidance and support.
•Manage the internal & external incidents in various store locations.
•Conduct investigations and interviews for inventory, cash loss, and breach of company policies and
procedures.
•Maintain open line of communication within the human resources department on all investigative issues.
•Participate in Department investigative initiatives.
•Partner with the operations group (District Managers & Store Associates) to build loss prevention
awareness.
•Attend and participate in District and Store level meetings.
•Provide training and support for SMIT and RAC Management training programs.
•Liaison with various local law enforcement agencies and coordinate dissemination of data related to
store incidents and investigations.
•Collaborate with risk management, internal audit, human resources and other available resource
departments to monitor store trends and improve associate compliance with established RAC standards.
•Participate in local networking groups such as (Pawnshop, LP Retailing and local business groups)
•Participate in the selection process of DM and SM candidates
•Review reported incidents as required and ensure appropriate data is collected to permit classification
and response.
•Ensure timely entry, follow-up and completion in regards to all cases in LPMS
•Adhere to the standardization of reporting.
Qualifications:
•Bachelor's degree from four year college or university preferred
•Minimum of two years loss prevention experience
•Business savvy and ability to partner with field operations and corporate team members to improve
safety, enhance internal controls and decrease losses
•Possess effective skills to transfer knowledge and expertise through training programs to field operation
staff
•Advanced organizational skills and communication skills
•Formalized interview training; i.e. Wicklander or Reid
•Operating knowledge of loss prevention equipment
•Professional knowledge of proven investigative methods
•Familiarity with progressive loss prevention and loss reduction strategies
•Bilingual Required - English and Spanish
Apply at http://www.raccareers.net/

Asset Protection Manager, Midland, TX
Responsibilities:
•Coordinates, completes, and oversees job-related activities and assignments for Asset Protection
•Detects, deters, investigates, and resolves violations of company policies and criminal activities
•Drives the execution of operational procedures to minimize shrink, damages, and/or variances
•Ensures compliance with company policies and procedures and supports company mission, values, and
standards of ethics and integrity
•Leads safety team to ensure a safe shopping and working environment for associates and members
•Manages compliance procedures to adhere to standards of Federal, State and Local regulatory agencies
(for example, Environmental Protection Agency, Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA),
Alcohol/Tobacco/Firearm (ATF), United States Department of Agriculture, Weights and Measures,
Department of Transportation, Federal Drug Administration, as well as government agencies that address
Privacy, Financial, and Fuel)
•Manages security resources within the clubs
•Provides supervision and development opportunities for associates
•Secures and safeguards the assets of the facility and surrounding areas
Qualifications:
•Completion of 2 or more years of college; OR 1 year supervisory experience in a multi-department retail
environment; OR 1 year experience in one of the following areas: Claims, Invoicing, Human Resources or
Asset Protection in a multi-department retail environment
Additional Preferred Qualifications:
•2 or more years experience working in a safety/regulatory compliance field
•2 or more years general work experience supervising 5 or more direct reports to include the
responsibility of performance management, mentoring, hiring, and firing
•2 or more years investigative experience
Apply at http://careers.walmart.com/
Loss Prevention Manager, Fairview, TX
Responsibilities:
As a Loss Prevention Manager, you will support My Macy's and be empowered to ensure that a store or
multiple stores operate efficiently and achieve our shortage goals. Your scope of responsibility will include
asset protection, payroll expense management, management of Loss Prevention team and the directing
of shortage initiatives, investigations and surveillances.
•Implement, monitor, and manage store shortage prevention and awareness programs
•Analyze shortage results and formulate preventative action plans
•Manage and monitor internal and external case productivity and recoveries; conduct investigations when
necessary
•Manage and monitor payroll expense
•Develop, implement and validate new programs and procedures to reduce shortage and investigate
internal and external theft through use of systems and surveillance
•Partner with Operations to execute Safety Program in the building
•Establish high level of shortage awareness and effectiveness determined by audit results; work with Loss
Prevention Manager to ensure that all policies and procedures are thoroughly understood by team
•Role model exemplary service, lead Loss Prevention team to provide an outstanding shopping
experience
•Ensure selling floor security standards are maintained
•Clearly communicate store and company shortage and loss prevention objectives to ensure both Store
Executives and Associates are informed and knowledgeable
•Develop a positive partnership with all Executives and Associates to make shortage awareness a priority
•Maintain safety awareness and a safe shopping and work environment for customers and Associates
•Conduct Loss Prevention audits; review for corrective action opportunities
•Recruit and select qualified loss prevention Associates
•Train, motivate and develop loss prevention team to reach their fullest potential and to maximize
business opportunities
•Address Associate concerns in a reasonable and fair manner, consistent with the values expected by the
Company
•Utilize review process as a tool for Associate talent development, promotion and advancement
•Monitor and address performance issues on a timely basis; administer reviews
•Ensure that all procedures, policies, exposure standards and shortage awareness are thoroughly
understood by team
•Lead Associates in support of community service opportunities
Qualifications:
•A minimum of 3-5 years of loss prevention management or related experience
•Strong leadership profile and excellent negotiation skills
•Ability to effectively plan and execute strategies
•Effective prioritizing and time management skills
•Ability to build partnerships and direct teams
•Excellent written and verbal communication skills
•Commitment to exemplifying the highest integrity and professional business standards
Apply at http://www.macysjobs.com

Director of Loss Prevention, San Antonio, TX
Responsibilities:
The Director of Loss Prevention will be responsible for directing and overseeing the day to day functions
of the security department, including protection of hotel guests, associates and property.
Qualifications:
Previous management experience in Loss Prevention or Security required; Excellent communication and
customer service skills required.
Apply at http://www.omnihotels.com or at Omni La Mansion del Rio, 112 College Street, San Antonio, TX
78205

Security Manager, San Antonio, TX
Responsible for maintaining a secure environment for all associates and residents within building and
community grounds by overseeing the security function guard staff.
1. Coordinate staffing schedules
2. Initiates all in house training and safety programs as it relates to the Security Department
3. Oversees security guards cross-training program
4. Reviews all daily logs and initiates follow-up procedures
5. Hires, trains, disciplines, conducts performance evaluations and terminates security guards in
accordance with Brookdale Living Communities, Inc. Human Resources policy.
6. Is familiar with all emergency and safety equipment including security cameras, phones, and life safety
systems.
7. Secures all areas of the building, checking for open doors and any unusual activity.
8. Conducts regularly scheduled rounds in and around the building.
9. Responds to emergencies according to Brookdale policies.
10. Informs supervisor of any resident issues or concerns.
11. Uses proper telephone techniques as required.
12. Assists concierge during emergencies.
13. Attends all required training, in-service, and staff meetings.
14. Strives to maintain a safe working environment through the prevention of accidents, the preservation
of equipment, and the achievement of safe working practices.
15. Maintains a positive and professional demeanor toward residents, visitors and co-workers.
Requirements:
•Must possess good communication skills and be able to multi-task
•Minimum of five years related experience and/or training
•Ability to handle emergency situations when necessary •Must be reliable and willing to work with others
•High school diploma or GED required
•Basic CPR/First Aid training. Fire Safety training. Valid Driver's License
Apply by forwarding your cover letter and resume via email to pmorrison1@brookdaleliving.com.

Security Operations Executive, San Antonio, TX
Responsibilities:
The Security Operations Executive serves as the executive leader of all physical security operations for
USAA. This position is responsible for directing on-site proprietary armed security force, security technical
equipment and infrastructure, security of public retail operations, work force training and preparedness,
and security regulatory compliance. The Security Operations Executive is responsible for oversight of the
Enterprise Security Group Background Screening Program which handles recurring employee
background screening and validates vendor/supplier compliance with USAA background screening
requirements.
 Provides leadership and oversight of physical security operations, access control, traffic management,
  emergency security response, and security services.
 Provides operational/tactical resolution of life threatening critical incidents.
 Oversees crisis management of violent events, inclement weather, environment disasters/accidents
  and other events which impact business operations.
 Oversees continual enhancement and delivery of security officer training program.
 Provides security advice and consultation in support of retail business operations, distributed work
  facilities, and emerging projects and initiatives.
 Oversees the development and execution of security related policies and processes.
 Provides executive oversight of the Background Screening Program.
 Maintains and utilizes effective liaison with domestic and international law enforcement and security
  industry communities which support the USAA and security missions.
 Conducts and oversees audit, self assessment, and risk/security assessment operations in support of
  the department's mission.
 This position will directly supervise a team of 7 direct reports with approximately 125-130 employees.
Qualifications:
 Bachelor's degree.
 10+ year’s experience in relevant security or law enforcement operations.
 5+ years management experience.
 Knowledge and experience leading physical security operations.
 Demonstrated expertise and experience conducting/leading critical incident resolution (life threatening).
 Experience leading law enforcement/armed security operations.
 Investigative experience specifically related to work place violence, violent actions, theft, and traffic
  accidents.
 Experience leading or conducting audits, after action reviews, or related activity.
 Understanding of and ability to interpret laws and regulatory codes as they apply to corporate security
  operations.
 Working knowledge of background screening/investigations and related adjudication actions.
 Experience interacting with law enforcement officials, government regulators, and security
  organizations.
Apply at http://www.usaa.com

AML Investigator, Arlington, TX
Responsibilities:
This position is part of the firms Retail AML Investigation Unit which is responsible for money laundering
and terrorist financing cases and projects. The successful candidate needs to have strong investigative
skills; the ability to work independently, the willingness to work cases across the various lines of business
and is adaptable to change. In addition the candidate needs to demonstrate extensive banking and
compliance knowledge in working AML/KYC related issues, the ability to exercise sound judgment and to
observe the highest degree of confidentiality in the handling of information received in the course of their
responsibilities.
* Conduct periodic internal account/customer reviews to identify potentially suspicious activity Completely
and accurately document steps taken through the investigation process
* Interface with bankers to obtain information related to their client's transaction activity
* Work with internal groups to ensure consistent understanding of requirements
* Function as a key contributor with demonstrated knowledge of AML/KYC issues, as well as broader
functional knowledge
* Prepare Suspicious Activity Reports in compliance with established regulatory guidelines and time
frames
* Interview customers when applicable
* Communicate findings to management
* Escalate cases to law enforcement
* Effectively obtain information and assistance from appropriate law enforcement agencies, peer banks,
and other external groups on AML issues and cases
* Participate in the development of goals and execution of strategies within the function or department
* Operate under direct supervision of the Compliance Manager, and may at times receive guidance from
a Sr. Compliance Officer
Qualifications:
* 2+ years experience in compliance or related position
* Familiarity with the firm's internal systems and processes
* Self-starter, capable of working under minimum supervision
* Adept to multi-tasking and meeting deadlines in high-pressure environment
* Results oriented team player
* Strong problem solving ability
* Exceptional research and analytical skills with the ability to analyze large amounts of data, decipher
higher risk attributes (transactional, geographical, product, customer type, etc.) and disposition
appropriately.
* Strong interpersonal and verbal/written communication skills
* Proficient in MS Office (Outlook/Word/Excel/PowerPoint)
* Understanding of BSA, AML, OFAC with the ability to apply and explain regulatory concepts
Apply at http://careers.jpmorganchase.com/career/careerhome.

Area Loss Prevention Manager, El Paso, TX
Responsibilities:
 Responsible for executing asset protection programs for a small group (approx. 50-300) of Family
  Dollar stores. This role gains multi-store experience while demonstrating knowledge in areas of Loss
  Prevention. Incumbents are responsible for assessing store procedures to ensure the protection of
  inventory, cash, equipment and other Company assets. They seek guidance from management (i.e.
  Regional Manager, LP Director, Loss Prevention Project Manager, Regional Vice President of Loss
  Prevention and Vice President of Loss Prevention) while initiating and conducting investigations and
  store audits.
 Must foster good working relationships with corporate work groups (e.g., Store Operations, Human
  Resources, Legal, Accounting, etc.) and local law enforcement so that observations and
  recommendations can be made to improve inventory shrinkage and store operations. Incumbents must
  also partner with Operations to interview potential team members, and to train store team members in
  asset protection programs and methods. Area Manager – Loss Prevention is responsible for embracing
  Family Dollar's store-centric commitment to customers, customer service and sales.
 •Investigate evidence of potential or actual inventory shrink, and loss of cash, equipment or other
  Company assets. Offer recommendations for improvement.
  •Analyze store point-of-sale, inventory, cash and other operating information and identify trends and
  exceptions for further investigation.
  •Educate and train store team members in programs and methods for protecting inventory, cash,
  equipment and other Company assets.
  •Receive guidance about investigations and audits from Loss Prevention Management Team (i.e.,
  Divisional Vice Presidents of Loss Prevention, Loss Prevention Project Manager, and the Vice
  President of Loss Prevention).
  •Perform operational audits to assess compliance with Company policies and procedures.
  •Request information about store inventory shrinkage, store bank deposits and cash overages and
  shortages from Accounting (i.e., Sales Audit and Inventory Control).
  •Partner with corporate work groups (e.g., Store Operations, Human Resources, Legal, Accounting,
  etc.) and local law enforcement to resolve investigations/audits pertaining to store losses.
  •Share information with Store Operations Management and collaborate on solutions for improving
  inventory shrink and store security and safety.
  •Investigate reports of violations of Company Policy as requested by Associate Relations or other
  Management.
  •Assist with interviews of prospective Store Managers, District Managers and Regional Vice Presidents.
  •Communicate and manage multiple relationships at all levels within the organization.
  •Other job related duties as assigned.
  Qualifications:
  •Must have valid driver’s license.
  •Proficient verbal and written communication skills.
  •Ability to prioritize and manage multiple investigations/audits.
  •Ability to make appropriate decisions in stressful situations.
  •Ability to analyze and interpret information to identify exceptions and trends signaling potential loss.
  •Must be able to travel daily. Overnight travel is required.
  Completion of High School or equivalent. Bachelor’s Degree preferred.
  Three (3) years experience in Loss Prevention required. Experience in a multi-store retail environment
  is a plus.
  Certifications: Wicklander-Zulawski Interviewing Certificate is a plus.
  Working knowledge in areas of Loss Prevention that includes causes of loss and solutions to prevent
  such loss. Must be proficient in Microsoft Office Excel and Word.
  Apply at http://www.familydollar.com/homeofficecareer.aspx

Security Superintendent, Three Rivers, TX
Salary: $55,000.00 / YR and $60,000.00
Qualifications:
A minimum of 7 year’s experience in law and or security enforcement, including leadership experience in
crisis situations.
Experience supervising other law enforcement or security personnel.
Experience dealing with the public and government agencies.
Knowledge of MTSA, TWIC, and CFATS regulations.
Knowledge of the functions and jurisdictions of Federal, State, and local law enforcement agencies and
how they interact with the private business sector.
Knowledge of local community, key government and law enforcement contacts, established governmental
and response plans and resources.
Ability to plan, develop, control, and implement complex and diversified security procedures.
Ability to work with all levels of employees, citizens, law enforcement, and government entities.
Apply at https://wit.twc.state.tx.us/

Security Technology Designer, Fort Worth, TX
Responsibilities:
Responsible for creating telecommunications and physical security design documents for fast paced
technology / security consulting team serving educational clients throughout the state of Texas.
Experience Level: Minimum three years’ experience in the telecommunications or security design
industries. Minimum 3 years CAD experience required. REVIT experience a definite plus. Experience in
security, telecommunications or audio video system design or integration for educational facilities is
desirable. We are looking for disciplined, organized professionals to provide drafting and design support
for the firm’s Technology / Security Design Team. Persons applying for this position will be responsible for
all design production required by the team. Team members must be motivated self-starters with a passion
for the details and a strong desire to grow and develop with the team. Strong communication skills and
the willingness to leave the comfort zone for the benefit of the team are recommended.
Qualifications:
Minimum 3 years CAD experience required. REVIT experience a definite plus. Experience in security,
telecommunications or audio video system design or integration for educational facilities is desirable.
Apply at http://www.asisonline.org/jobs/

Safety and Security Supervisor, San Antonio, TX
Responsibilities:
Responsible for managing the Park’s Safety efforts to include compliance with OSHA and company
safety regulations. In addition, this position is responsible for promoting and developing the Park’s safe
activities. This includes but is not limited to conducting safety training, performing incident investigations,
conducting fire suppression system checks, conducting safety inspections, preparing reports, and
assisting with General Liability claims. Additional Duties will include being familiar with the day to day
operations of the Security Department and will serve as Manager on Duty for Security and Safety.
 Maintain compliance with OSHA regulations and company safety policies.
 Coordinate general safety training.
 Conduct safety inspections.
 Coordinate preparation of area emergency evacuation plans.
 Conduct guest and team member accident investigations.
 Responsible for management of safety awareness programs.
 Management of selected Liability claims.
 Leadership and development of seasonal safety staff.
 Works closely with all fulltime staff members and management on safety related issues.
 Handles guest issues as it relates to risk and safety.
 Becomes familiar with Security Department operating procedures.
 Serves as Security/Safety Manager on Duty.
 Ensures 100% compliance with all Safety/Security standard operating procedures.
 Responsible for maintaining a “Total Safety” culture for both guests and team members.
 Willingness to cross train for other operational departments and assist same during specific short-
  staffing periods.
 Willingness and ability to assist other department in a detached capacity for special events or projects.
 Assists with all other duties as assigned by the Manager of Safety/Security.
Qualifications:
 Background in Theme Park Safety/Security operations preferred.
 Experience in supervision and/or management preferred.
Highly motivated with a strong attention to detail.
Demonstrated leadership abilities with a team oriented approach.
Strong written, verbal, and PC skills with strong administrative skills.
Willingness to work long shifts, nights and weekends regularly.
Ability to stand and walk for long periods of time outdoors in extreme heat and sun.
Ability to speak and hear clearly, for conversation and acuity.
High school diploma required, college degree preferred.
Must become certified as a noncommissioned Security Officer under Texas Commission of Private
 Security regulations.
Apply at http://www.sixflagsjobs.com

								
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