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Have a career opportunity? Please submit your opportunity to our placement chair, Bob Nicol: careers@asis-boston.org

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Postings for the week of August 8, 2017:

Great Opportunities: Massachusetts General Hospital, City of Boston, Broad Institute and more...

To apply for any positions in the Featured Jobs section, use the contact information located at the bottom of the job posting. For any of the jobs posted under the Additional Job Listings section, click on the job title or go to: www.indeed.com and put key words for the job into their search field.

Job listings can also be found on the ASIS- Boston website.

Featured Positions

Associate Security Systems and Technology Manager
Massachusetts General Hospital - Boston
Massachusetts General Hospital, Police, Security and Outsides Services Department is seeking an Associate Security Systems and Technology Manager.  This position, reporting to the Senior Systems and Technology Manager, will be responsible for the planning and management of security system installations including the preparation of price quotes and project time frames for the same as well as overseeing the installation, programming and activations of the security systems. Under the general direction of the Senior Systems and Technology Manager, the incumbent provides strategic operational and design assistance for the departments physical security and information management systems; assists in establishing and implementing strategic initiatives; maintains computerized revenue control operations; generates and prepares management reports. Incumbent will also assist the Senior Systems and Technology Manager in his/her responsibility for the department’s physical security and information management systems (i.e. access control systems, the alarm systems, CCTV, radios, Computer Aided Dispatching, Incident Report Management Software), for the establishment and implementation of maintenance and training programs for systems and the staffing and supervision of the daily and long range operational activities of the systems unit; assist in setting policy and establishing strategic initiatives.  If interested contact Bob Leahy @ 617-724-5531 or forward resume to RLeahy@partners.org.

Additional Job Listings

Management Positions

Manager of System Wide Security
City of Boston - Boston, MA
The Manager of System wide Security is responsible for all aspects of the Library’s physical security and safety programs with direct day to day oversight of Security personnel, contracts and procedures at all Library locations. The position is responsible for management of a security systems program that includes security cameras, card access systems and other physical security infrastructure. The purpose of the position is to deliver a secure and safe experience for patrons and staff, while ensuring exhibitions and collections are maintained securely, balancing security, access and the user experience. This position also assists in the supervision and maintenance of all library properties, the shipping and delivery system and works with outside groups and library staff in the implementation of public and private events and programs. The position assists with establishing, system-wide safety and security procedures and improvement plans, and is responsible for managing the Facilities Department in the absence of the Superintendent of Library buildings and Manager of Library buildings: Maintenance Services.

Head of Security
Native Sun - Boston (South Boston area)
We are looking for a Head of Security to organize and oversee all security operations of our company. Security personnel will be under your command while you develop and implement policies and procedures to maintain security standards. The desired candidate will be willing to get a detailed background check. This will start out as a part time position and will evolve into a full time position.
As the head of security, you will have to demonstrate excellent surveillance and emergency response skills. You will need a strong commitment to security rules and knowledge of all hazards and threats to safety. Since you will have a number of people under your responsibility, you must also exhibit leadership skills. The goal is to create and preserve an environment where employees, visitors and property are safe and well-protected.

Security Operation Manager
Broad Institute - Cambridge, MA
Broad Institute is seeking a Security Operations Manager (SOM) to support security operations at its main facility in Cambridge, Massachusetts. The SOM will be responsible for supervision of a team of security engineers, as well as a third party Managed Security Services Provider.  The SOM will have overall responsibility for security event monitoring, management, and response.  This individual must also ensure incident identification, assessment, quantification, reporting, communication, mitigation and monitoring. The position requires interaction with various personnel within the IT organization, various levels of management, and outside vendors and agencies.  Candidates must be positive, flexible, self-starting, requiring minimal supervision, and able to excel in a fast-paced environment. Communication skills are critical with the ability to verbalize and provide documentation to both technical and non-technical audiences. Candidates must also be detail-oriented and have the ability to multi-task effectively.

General Positions

Security Officer II
Museum of Fine Arts – Boston
Under the supervision of the Security Managers, the Security Officer II patrols assigned Museum space for the safety and security of people and property. In this position, the Security Officer II will perform various security duties in the management of the Staff Entrance according to established schedules and operating procedures. Duties may require assisting with loading dock access or performing escorts of non-museum staff when required. Take appropriate action in emergency situations such as emergency evacuations, or any illegal or unsafe condition regarding persons or property on Museum premises. Provide superior customer service to staff and visitors. Search bags/parcels in accordance with procedures. Notify the Command Center of your location throughout the building and of any time you are unavailable for dispatch. Information on the security system, policy and/or procedures remains confidential information not to be shared. These patrols may require the officer to be highly mobile and able to climb steep stairs or traverse obstacles within some spaces. The Security Officer II reports to the Supervisor or Manager-On-Duty.

Transportation Security Specialist
Transportation Security Administration - Boston
If selected as a Transportation Security Specialist - Explosives (TSS-E) within the Office of Security Operations (OSO), Transportation Security Administration (TSA), Department of Homeland Security (DHS), you will serve as technical consultant for the assigned Federal Security Director (FSD) and subordinate managers on all issues involving explosives, Improvised Explosive Devices (IEDs), and Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear (CBRN) threats.
Duties include but are not limited to:

  • Responding to and assessing all unresolved checkpoint alarms involving possible explosives, IED components or actual IEDs.
  • Assessing the interrelationships between initiators, power supplies and chemicals and determining if devices are improvised explosives, commercial explosives or homemade explosives as part of the overall determination that the alarm is negative or positive.
  • Developing and providing training to Transportation Security Officers (TSOs) and other appropriate staff concerning the detection of explosive devices, chemicals, power supplies and initiators that terrorists may attempt to carry onto aircraft.
  • Building and maintaining relationships with Federal, state and local law enforcement personnel along with airlines, airports and other personnel from various transportation sectors that will help to improve the overall security of air and other transportation systems.
  • Recommending emergency safety and security procedures to enhance detection of explosive devices and other destructive weapons that may be encountered through various transportation systems.
  • Conducting incident analysis and operational tests of checkpoints and terminals.
  • Working to ensure minimal disruption to passengers and transportation systems.
  • As assigned, serving as a member of inspection teams reviewing explosives procedures and checkpoints at other airports or transportation terminals.

Good luck in your job search! If you would like your company’s job posting listed on the next e-mail distribution, please send it to me via e-mail. There is no cost for this service!

Sincerely,

Bob Nicol
Placement Chair
ASIS International Boston Chapter
http://www.asis-boston.org
careers@asis-boston.org

 

 

 

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