Title: Multiple Security Agents
Location: Ottawa, Canada
- Control and monitor access to and movement within Company premises with the assistance of access control systems
- Conduct security patrols both within and outside perimeters of CBN buildings
- Prepare incident reports
- Staff a Communications and Command Post
- Follow established contingency plans during emergencies
- Monitor parking areas within CBN property
- Perform other related duties.
The successful candidate will be capable of working under pressure with conflicting demands, have a willingness to learn, in addition to the following competencies:
- Valid PSISA Ontario license
- Post-secondary education in Security Management or Police Foundations, or related diploma or degree
- 2+ years experience in a security role is preferable
- Proactive, professional and positive attitude
- Team Player
- Excellent computer skills
- Must be able work all shifts including days, evenings, weekends and 12 hour shifts plus overtime when required
- Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information with discretion.
- Ability to work with minimal supervision.
- Ability to exercise sound judgment and objectivity and demonstrate strong decision-making and issue resolution skills.
- Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
- Valid CPR and First Aid certificates
- Valid Driver.s License
Those selected must be able to obtain a Government of Canada Level II Secret security clearance and submit to a complete background check.
All Security Agents are required to successfully complete the CBN Security Training Program.
This is a unionized position.
Please quote the position of interest in the subject line of your email.
We thank all candidates for their interest; however only those selected for an interview will be contacted. No phone calls or agencies, please. As an equal opportunity employer, Canadian Bank Note Company, Limited is committed to achieving a skilled and diverse workforce that reflects the diversity of the Canadian population. We encourage applications from women, people with disabilities, Aboriginal peoples and visible minorities.