Security/Loss Prevention Officer

Company Name:
Stuller, Inc.
Security Officer will be required to carry a firearm and ensure safety and security of company associates, premise property, and assets.
High school diploma
Certified law enforcement training academy or military police academy
College degree or 5 years experience in related field
Will be required to carry a weapon at all times
Knowledge of administrative or clerical procedures
Basic computer skills
The ability to satisfactorily adhere to company attendance policies
Patrol premises to prevent and detect signs of intrusion and ensure security of doors, windows, gates, etc.
Answer alarms on property and investigate disturbances
Operate metal detection equipment to screen individuals to protect against pilferage and prevent passage of prohibited items into restricted areas
Conduct internal investigations on incidents on company property
Track and inspect company product or property leaving company facilities
Write incident reports such as equipment or property damage, theft, presence of unauthorized persons, or unusual occurrences
Conduct audits to verify accuracy of records, compliance with standards, policies and procedures
Compile audit findings and recommendations for modifications and improvements to systems and procedures
Perform pre-employment drug screen tests
Perform First Aid for minor injuries and refer advanced medical treatment for more serious injuries
Conduct Security/Safety audits at company satellite facilities and prepare written reports outlining findings and recommendations for corrective actions
Respond to associate''s request for service and/or assistance in work and non-work related situations
Date: 2014-05-07
Country: US
State: LA
City: Lafayette
Category: Security
Job Type: Full-Time

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