Defines and oversees security operations through subordinate Supervisors. Evaluating the programs supervised to ensure mission accomplishment and priorities; procedural policy and compliance; and technical competence. Plans and organizes the most efficient use of resources to meet these requirements through development and analysis of employee work schedules. Responsible for assigning work; planning and scheduling work; approving leave; assessing employee performance; making selections and promotions. Responsibilities also include: hearing and resolving complaints from employees; taking disciplinary action; identifying training and developmental needs; improving quality and service performance; developing and being accountable for goals and objectives. Assists in developing budgets; directing major program segments; approving awards and other personnel actions; and making decisions on work problems and recommendations. Must respond to a very complex working environment including dealing directly with all levels of security management, Airport Authority, law enforcement, labor relations, Federal and State regulatory agencies, airline-contracted personnel, and local government officials.
US citizen, U. S. National or Lawful Permanent Resident Bachelor’s degree in security or related field or equivalent combination of relevant education and experience. Within the past five (5) years, must have experience managing a security or screening operation, preferably at a 49 CFR Part 1542 regulated airport or other government facility where security guards were employed. Aviation, law enforcement or security operations experience highly desirable. Professional knowledge of the aviation industry sufficient to provide direction to meet and exceed client expectations for implementing security operations. Preferably 49 CFR Part 1542 experience. Skills necessary to develop and implement staffing plans. Proven ability in realizing balance sheet and bottom-line results for optimal profitability and market presence. Demonstrated ability to encourage and enhance strong customer-focused security service culture, implement lean operational techniques to reduce cost, increase customer satisfaction, and enhance quality in service. Strong oral and written interpersonal communications skills. AAAE Airport Certified Employee (ACE) Security Certification at time of hire is highly desirable but required within six months of hire. Available to work various shifts, weekends and holidays.
Covenant Aviation Security, LLC (CAS) provides transportation security services to port and airport authorities, select airlines, and the federal government. Our services include: security screening of passenger and baggage, airport employees, and cargo; access control; patrol services; aircraft protection; and vehicle and personnel escort. CAS has Department of Homeland Security SAFETY Act Certificates of Designation for our SPP screening operation under contract with the TSA and for our cargo screening operations under our CCSF. CAS was named one of the Top 100 Department of Homeland Security Contractors.