- Monitor and preserve the safety and security of bank employees, clients, visitors, etc.
- The Corporate Security Protection Officer (“CSPO”) should be easily identifiable to all yet blend in with the surroundings of the business environment. Must be conspicuous at all times, creating a visual reassurance while deterring potential disruptive persons.
- The CSPO should be able to anticipate and assess spontaneous events or threats that pose a risk to bank employees, clients, visitors and others. Must be able to make decisions and react speedily and appropriately in all situations to bring the threat to a halt as quickly as possible, escalating use of force proportionate to threat. This may require multi-tasking while responding to dynamic situations/environment.
- The CSPO will perform periodic patrols of all bank space remaining alert for irregularities such as security breaches and violation of access card use; encountering tailgaters and informing violators of policy infractions. Must be on the lookout for unauthorized or suspicious persons, challenging their reason for being on bank property, keeping in mind the person may be authorized. Restrict access to Bank secured space to only authorized persons or those who have been properly vetted. Provide safety and security to employees, clients, guests, visitors of the Banking Center.
- Ten plus years’ experience with an accredited police department, federal law enforcement agency or military police.
- Ability to lawfully possess firearms and qualify under Illinois statute to apply for and receive a Firearms Control Card, Firearms Owners ID Card and/or retired law enforcement concealed carry program.
- Successfully pass a federal fingerprint background screening.
- Ability to stand and walk for long periods to include up and down stairs.
- Maintain excellent physical condition with height and weight proportionate.
- Meet Bank appearance standards, neatly groomed, no visible piercings or tattoos.
- Effectively communicate with others in varying ranges of employment status, from Senior Executives to part-time temporary employees.
- Effective and professional use of two-way radio communications.
- Basic computer skills to include email, website navigation and Microsoft Office products.
- Reliable means of personal communication and transportation.
- Flexibility to work varying shifts or overtime when needed.
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