ADC LTD NM Baltimore, MD
- Expired: February 02, 2021. Applications are no longer accepted.
Site location: Baltimore, Maryland
Job Title: FAA Level III Armed Security Officer
3 Full-Time ARMED SITE
Site location in Baltimore, Maryland
Report To: Site Captain
Business Unit: Federal- Physical Security
Benefit Eligibility: Eligible full time - Ineligible part time
Category: Regular, Full-Time
EEOC Classification: Service Workers
A successful FAA Security Officer must follow all ADC LTD NM and Departmental policies and procedures while conducting the duties of the position. The FAA Security Officer position at the FAA post is responsible for providing security and to safeguard FAA employees, facilities, Government property and assets from loss, theft, damage, unauthorized use, criminal acts, espionage, sabotage and terrorism. FAA Security Officers will conduct visitor and vehicle control and screening, monitor and respond to facility cameras and alarms from intrusion detection systems,perform magnetometer and X-Ray screening, and other duties as outlined in the Statement of Work. Must possess a good working knowledge of security operations, safety practices in a business environment and enforcement procedures.
Essential Tasks (minimum requirements to be performed with or without reasonable accommodation):
1. Access Control-Provide courteous, timely service while maintaining control of all personnel and vehicles entering the facility in accordance with the local Facility Security Plan.
2. Screening-Check hand carried items in possession of visitors, operate metal detectors/magnetometers to inspect visitors and deliveries, operate x-ray machine to inspect visitors’ packages, equipment and hand-carried articles, conduct vehicle inspections, and conduct broader or more detailed screening as directed by the ATR in response to the security posture.
3. Visitor Processing- Follow proper site procedures for issuing visitor badges to visitors.
4. Patrol-conduct roving patrols of the facility perimeter to detect unauthorized entry or other
suspicious activities, inspect physical security safeguards, inspect facilities for hazards, ensure that all security equipment is activated and operating
properly, closing and securing all open windows or doors, manually open and close heavy gates and doors, patrol locations in areas which are potentially hazardous to the public, observe the environment for suspicious vehicles or persons on Federal property, review maps, floor plans, diagrams to be familiar with facility and property boundaries.
5. Response-evacuate individuals from dangerous and/or life threatening situations, guide and assist First Responders, administer cardio-pulmonary resuscitation (CPR), administer/deploy automatic external defibrillator (AED), assess the medical condition of injured individuals, perform basic first aid in response to emergencies.
6. Control Operations-Provide written or verbal situation reports regarding security-related information (e.g. accidents, bomb threats, unlawful acts, characteristics of individuals).
7. Inspections-buildings and grounds, vehicles, execute colors, traffic, parking and pedestrian control.
8. Escort Services-May have to escort deliveries to the loading dock.
9. Gate/Building Openings-must open/close gate(s) and building(s) within the time parameters as specified by the Facility Post Orders.
10. Key/Access Control Cards/Combination Control-Must receive, secure, issue and account for all keys/access cards or combinations issued to them for access to buildings, offices, equipment, gates, etc.
11. Screening of Vehicles, Visitors and Mail-Deny entry of unauthorized person(s), property or vehicles to area(s) defined in the Facility Post Orders.
12. Temporary Badges-Issuance of temporary passes and temporary badges to Government employees, authorized visitors, issue appropriate identification badges to authorized visitors, and record required.
13. Private Property-follow procedures for handling of private property (audio, video recording devices, cameras, etc.) prohibited on the facility unless authorized by the FM.
14. Performs other related duties as assigned.
- Required to meet the requirements of the FAA Statement of Work.
- Ability to perform duties in a professional manner, appearance, and exercise sound judgment.
- Must be a U.S. citizen.
- Must meet all federal, state, and local requirements for Security Officers.
- Required to have proof of experience (must meet one (1) or more of the following requirements and provide proof):
1. Three (3) years of security experience within the past five (5) years OR
2. Associate Degree in related field, plus one (1) year of experience OR
3. Three (3) years of military experience (Active, Reserve, or National Guard) OR
4. Successful completion of a State certified Police Officer’s Standard Training (POST) certification course OR
5. Possess a reasonable combination of one (1) through three (3)
- Must beat least 21 years of age and possess a valid driver’s license.
- Possess or able to successfully obtain all FAA Training Requirements, and to remain in compliance of their training.
- Successfully pass all Personnel and Industrial Security Requirements, such as Federal Bureau of Investigations (FBI) fingerprint check and Office of Personnel Management National Agency Check with Inquiries (NACI), to be granted an interim suitability approval. Be able to obtain an FAA Personal Identity Verification
- Hold and maintain Security Guard status.
- Maintain poise and self-control under stress.
- Speak English fluently and is able to read and understand written English in reports, orders, guidelines, and instructions.
- Ability to understand and follow standard operating procedures.
- Input and retrieve data using computerized security system and read, understand, and apply printed instructions, rules, detailed orders, and training materials.
- Ability to write official reports in English that are grammatically correct and technically accurate.
- Possess a high school diploma or General Education Development (GED) Certificate from a duly accredited institution.
- Ability to make independent and good judgment decisions utilizing the FAA Security Officer Manual and ADC LTD NM and customer policy and procedures.
- Ability to handle sensitive and confidential information.
FAA Statement of Work Medical Standards (minimum standards to be performed with or without reasonable accommodation):
- Vision: Applicant must have binocular vision and must not test less than 20/30 (Snellen). An applicant who has undergone a Radial Keratomy or laser-correction procedure to correct his/her vision to an acceptable level is medically qualified for this position. Near vision, corrected or uncorrected, must be
have normal color vision.
- Hearing: Applicant’s average hearing at 500, 1000, 2000, and 3000 Hertz (Hz) must be less-than or equal-to 25 decibels. Applicant hearing at 4000 and 5000 Hz must be less-than or equal-to 45 decibels. If there is a difference in hearing between applicant’s ears (in excess of 15 decibels at 500-3000 Hz range or in excess of 30 decibels at 4000-5000 Hz range), applicant must receive a test for sound localization. Applicant must not have ear disorders affecting equilibrium. Applicant may use a hearing aid.
- Speech: Applicant must be able to speak clearly and distinctly. Any disease or condition that significantly interferes with an applicant’s ability to speak is a disqualifying factor.
- Cardiovascular System: Any disease or condition that interferes with an applicant’s cardiovascular function and an individual’s safe and efficient job
- Chest and Respiratory System: Applicant must have a healthy respiratory system and receive an evaluation and clearance for use of disposable particulate respirators meeting N95 standards as established by the National Institute of Occupational Safety and Health (NIOSH). Any disease or condition that interferes with respiratory function and an applicant’s safe and efficient job performance is a disqualifying factor.
- Gastrointestinal System: Applicant must have a healthy gastrointestinal tract. Any disease or condition that interferes with gastrointestinal function and an applicant’s safe and efficient job performance is a disqualifying factor.
- Genitourinary System: Applicant must have a healthy genitourinary system. Any disease or condition that interferes with genitourinary function
- Endocrine and Metabolic Systems: Any conditions affecting normal hormonal or metabolic functioning and response that is likely to adversely affect an applicant’s safe and efficient job performance is a disqualifying factor.
- Musculoskeletal System: Any condition that adversely impacts an applicant’s movement, agility, flexibility, strength, dexterity, coordination, or ability to accelerate, decelerate, or change directions, and that is likely to adversely affect an applicant’s safe and efficient performance of duties, is a disqualifying factor.
- Hematology System: Any hematological condition characterized as chronic, caused by a hematological crisis, or adver...
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