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Safety And Security Administrator

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No.: OC-66408 Name: Safety And Security Administrator
Type: Civil Service Exams Deadline: 01/04/18 05:00PM
Exam Date: 03/03/18 08:30AM Price: $15.00
Salary: $59,060 - $76,163 annually

Description of Duties

This is an administrative position located in Monroe County government responsible for the planning, direction, and oversight
of the implementation of comprehensive safety and security strategies and systems to ensure the physical protection of
employees, facilities, property and assets, and the public. Duties involve policy writing and development, facility safety and
evacuation planning, loss prevention development, contract management, development and oversight of physical protection
systems, threat mitigation, coordination of security at County events, handling contraband issues and security patrols, law
enforcement and emergency personnel coordination, video surveillance oversight, County security radio system management,
and crisis response planning. Duties also involve responding to fire alarms, suspected break-ins, unauthorized building
access and other emergencies. The employee reports directly to, and works under the general supervision of the Probation
Administrator, Director of Public Safety or other higher level staff member. General supervision is exercised over a
subordinate security staff.

Minimum Qualifications

Graduation from high school or possession of an equivalency diploma plus graduation from a regionally accredited or New
York State registered college or university with a Master’s or Bachelor's degree in Police Science, Criminal Justice,
Emergency Management, Security Management, Security Administration or a closely related degree or one of the social
or behavioral sciences plus seven (7) years paid full-time or its part-time equivalent** experience organizing, implementing
and directing safety and security or emergency response programs at one of the following: a municipality employing at least
one-thousand (1,000) employees, or a law enforcement agency, or in the military, three (3) years of which must have been at
a supervisory capacity*.


*supervisory capacity, for the purposes of these minimum qualifications, involves typical duties such as assigning and
reviewing work, evaluating performance, maintaining work standards, motivating and developing subordinate employees,
implementing procedural changes, increasing efficiency and dealing with problems of absenteeism, morale and discipline.
The supervision aspects must be an integral part of the job, not incidental or occasional.

If you are experiencing any problems with this site please email us at civilservice@monroecounty.gov. If have any other questions please contact our office at 753-1700.