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Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. • New York, NY
Posted 14 days ago
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The New York Stock Exchange (an Intercontinental Exchange, Inc. (ICE) company) is seeking a Security Officer to join its Security Department. This is an armed position responsible for access control, x-ray and magnetometer screening of employees, tenants and guests; preventing unauthorized persons from entering NYSE facilities. The individual must be in physical condition suitable to stand for long periods, manage exterior posts, patrol facilities and to respond to emergency situations and take immediate actions to ensure the safety of employees, guests and assets. The hours of coverage requires that this person be flexible, able to work overtime.
Duties and Responsibilities
- Prevent unauthorized persons from entering NYSE facilities utilizing access control proscribed methods and devices (x-ray machine, magnetometers, database and printed listings).
- Provide access for approved staff (employees, guests, contractors, consultants and/or temporary employees) utilizing the above methods and devices.
- Inspect all packages, bags, mail, and parcels entering the facility through the use of x-ray and screening technology to preclude explosive or hazardous material from entering the facility.
- Screen individuals entering NYSE facilities by use of a magnetometer and hand-held scanners.
- Prepare accurate access record entries in logs, the Visitor Badging System (VBS), or any designated hard copy and/or electronic method of record application used by the Department.
- When assigned, perform continuous roving patrols, and initiate proper notifications of all hazards and malfunctioning equipment. Visually check I.D. badges to ensure only authorized personnel are within NYSE facilities.
- Perform the function of Fire Guard to insure the safety of personnel and facilities, while maintaining compliance to existing Fire Department directives and the related laws.
- Ability to quickly respond to emergencies, which may include, but not be limited to, climbing stairs, ramps, etc., transporting emergency response equipment (trauma-kits, CPR/AED). If necessary, this person may be required to use deadly physical force as defined in Article 35 of the NYS Penal Law and as specified in corporate policy on the use of deadly physical force
Knowledge and Experience
- Five (5) or more years law enforcement and/or military (or a combination of both) is required. Current experience in responding to emergency situations, including training in firearms usage is preferred.
- The individual must possess a valid driver’s license and must successfully qualify for a New York State (NYS) armed guard license, a New York City Police Department (NYPD) Carry Guard Permit and a New York City Fire Department (FDNY) Fire Guard License.
- Additional requirements and certifications include: Cardiopulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), Automated External Defibrillator (AED) and if applicable (NYC resident) attain a NYPD Special Patrolman/Peace Officer status.
- Knowledge of the following systems: CCTV, DVR, radio communication, card access control, facilities monitoring systems, Class E fire systems.
- Proficient in the use of a PC including the following software and applications; Microsoft Office, Internet Explorer, Outlook, and all corporate applications used to reconcile time and labor as well as guest access and event management.
- Law enforcement and or military background, with current experience in responding to emergency situations, including training in firearms usage and safety is required.
- Must be able to manage standing fixed post assignments for extended hours and when assigned, continuously patrol facilities (this may include external perimeter patrols, and conveyance to and from facilities).
- Ability to quickly respond to emergencies, which may include, but not be limited to, climbing stairs, ramps, etc., transporting emergency response equipment.
- Knowledge of electronic and two-way radio communications technology to establish a basis for operating the department’s diversified CCTV, Access Control and radio communications equipment.
- Excellent interpersonal and communication skills (oral and written).
LOCATIONNY: New York (11 Wall Street)
FULL TIME / PART TIMEFull time
ICE is an
Equal Opportunity Employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration without regard to race, color, religion, gender, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin or ancestry, age, disability or veteran status, or other protected status.