1. Corporate Safety and Security Professional Level 1 (P1) is a mid-level position within Frontier Services Group's (FSG) Safety and Security (SAFSEC) team. A P1 assists with oversight and coordination of safety and security efforts across the company, including; Global policies and procedures, risk management, physical security programs, crime prevention, information technology, compliance programs, crisis and emergency management, other safety and security related initiatives and standards.
Responsibilities (functions and duties)
2. To support all areas of the project life cycle to include; business development and client liaison, proposal writing and development, project costing and budgeting, project management and delivery.
3. To deliver on safety and security related projects as required. Delivery may be for internal or external clients. Projects will likely include the delivery of:
a. Physical security reviews, audits and risk assessments.
b. Development of safety and security related plans, procedures and SOPs.
c. Close protection.
d. Education and training, including; travel security, crisis management and hostile environment.
4. Assist SAFSEC team members and program managers to ensure appropriate safety and security support to SAFSEC programs and projects is provided.
5. Assist in identifying key risks and objectives within your department or region, consistent with the FSG safety and security strategy.
6. Assist with the development and implementation of the Global safety and security policies, standards, guidelines and procedures to ensure on-going maintenance of security.
7. Develop and maintain localized country security risk assessments and country plans, including; crisis management, evacuation plans, travel security plans and SOPs.
8. Investigate incidents to include security breaches and make recommendations for improvements.
Note: Role dependent - P1s may also be required to maintain relationships with provincial, local, state and national law enforcement and other related government agencies.
9. Should have a minimum of 4 years' military or law enforcement service.
10. Should also have a minimum of 2 years' corporate security experience and should be able to demonstrate experience and knowledge of ISO 31000 methodology. Should also be able to provide examples of the practical application of skills in areas such as security reviews, audits and risk assessments.
11. International security experience in Asia, the Middle East and/or Africa will be advantageous.
Note: consideration will be given to personnel who have not served in the military or law enforcement if they have additional and appropriate experience in international corporate security.
a. High/secondary school graduate.
b. One generalist security qualification such as; Certified Protection Professional (CPP), Physical Security Professional (PSP) and Certified Security Management Professional (CSMP).
c. Membership of the American Society for Industrial Security (ASIS).
a. Bachelor's degree, preferably in related safety and security field.
b. Specialist security qualification/certificate such as; AVSEC, API SVA methodology, ISO 31000 certification, ISO 23001, etc.
c. Project management qualification such as PRINCE2 or Association for Project Management (APM) project management qualification (PMQ).
Specialist knowledge required
14. Will have working knowledge of at least two of the following languages: English, Mandarin, Cantonese, Arabic, French, Spanish, Portuguese, Swahili, or other indigenous languages of Africa or Asia.
15. Knowledge of other languages is an advantage.
16. Must have adequate IT skills and demonstrate ability to use software such as Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint.
17. Must have a working knowledge of project management and proposal writing.
18. Must have basic finance skills, enabling budget planning for projects.
19. Should have a working knowledge of evaluating, developing and managing safety and security training programs.
20. Must be able to obtain and maintain a security clearance.
21. Must be able to pass the FSG fitness test.
22. Willingness to deploy to high threat and frontier environments where shift work will be required. Candidates may express preference to deploy to specific projects or countries for which the terms and conditions of employment will be appropriate.