Reporting to the Manager, Security and Fire Prevention, you will be responsible for providing a safe environment for people and property through effective security, fire prevention and staff management practices.
Your duties will include the following:
- Work in conjunction with a dispatcher to lead, support, train and evaluate a team of security guards assigned to the same work shift;
- After regular business hours, ensure any absent security guards are replaced and follow up on requests for extra guards with the corresponding contractor;
- Process, forward, distribute, transmit and keep a record of any request regarding security, fire prevention, building systems or maintenance that is made during normal operations or as part of a special project; follow up as necessary with the departments involved;
- Provide support to other departments and construction projects;
- Ensure compliance with established procedures, laws, regulations and by-laws (occupational health and safety, WHMIS, building code, smoking restrictions, etc.);
- When the head of security is absent, take charge of decision-making in emergency situations and inform management as quickly as possible;
- In the absence of the head of security, act as the representative of the property in dealings with tenants, emergency services and other stakeholders, as required;
- Ensure reports are filed on events that have occurred in the complex and submit them to the relevant individuals;
- In collaboration with other supervisors and dispatchers, test and inventory designated systems and equipment, ensure everything is working correctly and request repairs or new equipment as needed from the proper departments and suppliers;
- Carry out any other related tasks requested by the immediate supervisor or required as part of the job.
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- Possess an Immediate Superior Agent Licence issued by the Bureau de la sécurité privée or meet all the necessary qualifications;
- Eligible to obtain the appropriate security clearance level from the federal government;
- College-level studies (AEC) in industrial and commercial security or other equivalent or higher training;
- Two to three years of relevant supervisory experience in a similar setting;
- Proven ability to work in a computerized environment;
- Excellent spoken and written French, and working knowledge of spoken English;
- Solid negotiating, analytical, integrative and leadership skills; self-directed and resourceful, with a good sense of judgment;
- Familiarity with security and fire prevention standards, regulations, by-laws, equipment and systems.