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Now Hiring! On-call Event Security
Location: Tampa, FL
Compensation: $15 per hour
The Museum Security Lead assists in managing the overall security operations of a museum. The nature of the work requires some sustained physical effort involving considerable standing and walking for extended periods of time. Under direct supervision of the Museum Security Manager supervises subcontracted staff who provide security and perform other duties for the museum as required. This is a part time position requiring weekends, evenings, and holidays.
What You Will be Doing:
Assures the safety of museum patrons and to prevent loss or damage to art exhibits and the facility.
Observes and inspects subcontracted guards and their assigned areas to assure compliance with established policies and procedures and the maintenance of professional standards; monitors and evaluates performance.
In the absence of Security Manager, is the on-site security lead.
Communicates to appropriate management regarding maintenance and security conditions in the museum.
Resolves complaints and provides back up support to guards during incidents where supervisory intervention is necessary; responds to staff and museum patrons’ requests for information in a manner consistent with the museum’s standards for customer service maintaining good public relations.
Ensures the safety and security of the Museum, their property, staff, volunteers, visitors, and works of art.
With Security Manager, coordinates day-to-day operations in a manner which ensures the safety of the public and the protection of works of art.
With Security Manager, works with the exhibitions staff to ensure the security of shipments and receipt of works of art.
Conducts or participates in security, fire, safety, and health inspections and surveys/assessments. Advises Museum administration on “best practices” and other issues and recommends appropriate or corrective action.
Under direct supervision, conducts thorough investigation and reporting of all accidents, injuries, fires, property theft or damage, and other incidents at the Museum. Ensures that all records and reports are properly distributed and archived.
Performs other duties as assigned.
What You Will Need:
2 years security experience required.
Excellent verbal and written communication skills
General techniques and practices for public safety.
Preventing loss or damage to museum exhibits and facilities.
General practices relating to the oversight of security operations.
First aid and CPR.
Fire systems monitoring and use of fire extinguishers.
Electronic alarm systems.
Emergency evacuation plans.
Must be available to work nights and weekends