Tactical Security Shift Supervisor – George Brown College (B3)
Position: Full Time, Permanent – Security Shift Supervisor
Reporting to: Site Supervisor and Paragon Client Service Manager
Location: George Brown College – Various Campuses
Schedule: 12 hours Continental Days and Nights Schedule
Hours: 36 to 48 hours per week or 84 hours biweekly
Salary: $19.00 per hour
Valid Ontario Security Guard License
Physical Demands: excessive walking, standing for 8 to 12 hours, exposed to all weather conditions and extreme temperatures
Minimum 2 years of Tactical Security Guard experience in educational institutes, Mall, or related field experience is a must
1 Year of Security Supervisor, leadership or combination of equivalent role and education preferred
Educational background in Law enforcement, Police Foundations, Security and Investigations, Criminology, or related subjects is considered an asset.
Be able to keep an open and objective mind, remembering that residents and staff have a diverse background
Must have strong verbal and written communication skills
Must demonstrate high attention to detail / observational awareness
Must demonstrate strong interpersonal skills and emotional intelligence and the ability to work productively and efficiently in a team
Provides leadership, direction, and ongoing coaching and training to on-site security guards directly reporting to the Shift Supervisor.
Deal with trespassers and unauthorized persons found on the property, in a fair and safe manner, by enforcing the Trespass to Property Act.
Maintaining communications at all times with fellow Supervisors, Security Guards, Management, Customer Service and Maintenance staff.
Be observant and record all discrepancies, deficiencies and safety hazards noted during security patrols and take corrective action either informing the applicable department or handling it personally, whenever possible.
Understanding the needs of the student residents and being able to build relationships with the residents in the community.
Help develop a healthy environment in which students have concern and respect for the rights of others
Enthusiastically conducts proactive patrols to build relationships with students, address policy breeches, and note facility concerns.
Ability to de-escalate a crisis situation, provide support and liaise with emergency personnel including police, fire and paramedic resources.
Be able to facilitate an environment that allows students to meet their academic goals.
Attend and investigate security alarms and emergencies in a timely and professional manner so as not to create panic among the college staff and students.
Maintain the peace, safety, and security of all students, college staff and clients on the property
Respond to all emergency response needs such as providing first aid, missing persons, etc.
Ensure that the property is safe by ensuring all security measures are functioning properly.
Monitor CCTV surveillance systems
Maintain a detailed memo book and prepare incident reports on all matters dealt with
Obtain statements and collect information for Incident
Logging in/out of Key, Radio, and pager audits
Handle Lost & Found items and inquiries
Report any unsafe working conditions in any/all departments
Unionized Group benefits includes:
Paid On-site training and additional training according to site requirements.
Yearly uniform allowance
Paid Sick Days
Employee incentive programs
Peer recognition programs.
We are accepting Walk-in Interviews at the below-mentioned address.
Timings: Monday to Friday. 9 am to 4 pm
1210 Sheppard Avenue East – Unit 102
Please contact Gurpreet Boparai at416-758-2988 for any further enquiries.
We thank all applicants for their interest; however, only those applicants that are shortlisted will be contacted for an interview.
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