18 Aug

Watch Stander #188203

Watch Stander

Location:
Washington D.C.

Status:
Part-Time

ID:
188203

Job Description

The COGAR Group is looking for Watch Standers that will support the IRS Facility Management and Security Services (FMSS) Policy, Planning & Assessment office. Watch Standers will provide program management and operations support to ensure all IRS physical security programs are operating in an integrated manner to protect IRS employees, facilities, critical business operations and assets. Watch Standers shall monitor all  Situation Awareness Management Center’s systems (SAMC), which may include interior and exterior intrusion detection systems, entry access control systems, fire alarm, and CCTV surveillance systems, incident reporting and communication systems.  SAMC Watch Standers will staff various shift for  24 x 7 coverage for department’s operations section  and perform a variety of command, control, coordination, communication, monitoring and analysis roles including:  Incident Response and Operations Process; Incident Logging and Notification; Unknown Threat / Vulnerability Assessment / Process; Participate and coordinate activities with internal and external law enforcement;  Provide update briefings at the end of each shift change (3 per day). Provide situational awareness and operational update briefings to leadership; Review open source reporting, and coordination with other elements within the organization for early identification of new vulnerability and threat trends. Provide reports on new developments in briefings, presentations and other formats to program leadership;  Participate in exercises including real world COOP/COP that may require staff to move to alternate sites.Collect, analyze, and produce critical information on worldwide events to support response mitigating incidents and threats to the services employees, facilities, and infrastructure.  Coordinate, collect, process, and analyze data to produce actionable decisions based on reported data to support operational needs within the collection and delivery of tangible information sharing to support emergency response among the Service and its stakeholders.  Integrate knowledge management capabilities to support Services' response operations and provide interoperable, secure, and accurate information for validating and analyzing information to satisfy the IRS and its law enforcement partner's critical information requirements.

Qualifications

IRS Clearance.

04 Aug

Special Police Officer

Special Police Officer

Location:
Washington, DC

Status:
Part-Time

ID:
164290

Job Description

While ensuring the overall physical safety and security for all visitors and staff. Security Officers perform many tasks throughout their shifts; these tasks may include patrolling the facility on foot manning the entrance to the facility and answering phones, greeting guests and employees.  Security officers act as a visible deterrent to crime and client rule infractions; detect suspicious activities and watch for criminal acts or at or near assigned post which may be a threat to the property, clients, guests or employees.  This position will perform security duties as outlined by contract requirements and site specific post orders. These responsibilities may include:

  • Access control for guests, tenants and vendors.
  • Enforcement of Client and Company policies and procedures.
  • Observation and reporting of fire and safety hazards.
  • Conduct of routine foot patrols in and around assigned area.
  • Reporting of all pertinent issues and incidents to the Site Captain, DPM, PM and the client as appropriate.
  • Interaction with a variety of persons including clients, visitors, public safety officials, employees and the general public
  • Detain unauthorized visitors, intruders or those committing unlawful acts on the client’s premises.
  • Be able to stand for long periods of time.
  • Conduct daily activities, post rotations for optimal coverage, uniform inspections, train, coach, counsel.
  • Coordinate weekly activities IAW contract requirements, but not limited to completing weekly spot quizzes and ensuring subordinates, complete tasks within specified time frames.
  • incident reports for accuracy, punctuation, spelling and grammar.
  • Ensure operational efficiency by making sure duty assignments are clear and the necessary resources are provided to the security officers to complete assigned tasks
  • Other duties as assigned.

Part-time and Full-Time positions available.  Must be available for various shifts.

Qualifications

U.S. Citizen and 21 years of age; High School Diploma or GED.  Possess a current, valid armed DC Special Police Officer (SPO) commission.  Shall have a background with a minimum of two years of successful experience in field supervision (served in the Armed Forces, civilian law enforcement or commercial/industrial security force service). Maintain all required credentials and training requirements IAW the contract. Must successfully pass a criminal background investigation to include previous employment and personal references. Must successfully pass a physical and medical examination, drug screening to include a Physical Efficiency Battery (PEB).