Dexterra Contract Compliance & Security Manager in Toronto, Ontario
WHO ARE WE?
We've been serving Canadian clients for over 75 years. The companies that began independently and now form Dexterra Group have an outstanding record of supporting the infrastructure and built assets that play a vital role in our society and helping our clients achieve higher performance and productivity. Powered by passionate people, we bring the right teams with the right skills together – offering both experience and regional expertise so companies can operate their day to day, confidently and successfully.
WHAT'S THE JOB?
The Security Manager is responsible for organizing and overseeing all security operations, security systems, security network and associated infrastructure in line with the Project Agreement. This position will manage a contract security work force to ensure the effective day to day security operation within a highly secure environment. This position includes not only the day to day coordination of the security services department but also plays a key part in the delivery of all aspects of the Project Agreement to our clients. Working as part of a team within the business, the Security Manager will be expected to positively contribute to the performance of the Security, Parking and Emergency Management portfolio. The Security Services department key elements of service are staff & visitor screening, patrol & surveillance services, escort duties, control of access; including issuing of cards and keys, responding to all emergency and non-emergency calls for service and incident reporting. All these key elements contribute to the safety and security of the facility and its occupants. The Security Manager is also responsible for the parking services and the collection of customer payments monthly and all deliverables relating to VC 101.
The Contract Compliance Manager will ensure staff and tenant compliance with all policies and procedures, project agreement deliverables and their key elements are provided. The Contract Compliance Manager exercises initiative in managing daily office and departmental activities, projects in line with the Services Output Specifications as outlined in the Project Agreement. This position supports the development and implementation of operational plans, standards operations procedures (SOPs), initiatives and projects relating to contract compliance and performance management. The contract Compliance manager will also develop a quality assurance plan to provide a systematic method to monitor contract performance and participate in the development of contract risk assessments and risk management plans, including mitigating measures.
Manage Information Technology Infrastructure at the site level (Switches, Firewalls, Wireless Access Points etc) and work with Sub-Contract vendor in the administration and servicing of these systems. (Networking remains the domain of Dexterra IT)
Manage the Distributed Antenna System (Head End Equipment, Multi-Band Antennas) and work with Sub-Contract vendor in the administration and servicing of these systems.
Develop and Implement security policies, protocols, and procedures
Control budgets for security operations, lifecycle, and monitor expenses
Administer the Security Key and Access Control program
Conduct investigations (video review, access log review)
Provide training, direction, and guidance to the security team.
Assist in the development of processes and tools to increase efficiency for all security related systems and integration
Plan and coordinate security operations for specific events
Review and maintain records of all Inspections and audits
Ensure all staff are following all departmental, Dexterra and client mandated policies and procedures.
Review reports on incidents and breaches
Manage/supervise security contractors/ suppliers while on site performing work.
Maintain and revise security standard operating procedures
Administer and maintain the security access control and video management software.
Maintain and conduct random audits of the security access control database and any associated records.
Provide support to various departments on projects and tasks that require security assistance or involvement
Develop and implement contract performance measurements and quality assurance frameworks to effectively monitor, manage, and evaluate performance against the Project Agreement
Develop and implement risk assessment frameworks
Identify, develop, and implement technology in support of contract compliance oversight and site performance
Develop reporting products in support of contract compliance oversight
Manage complex relationships with industry partners, client representatives and other stakeholders to ensure the site successfully delivers on the project agreement
Coordinate rollout and deliver employee training on compliance issues
Preparing reports for senior management and project stakeholders as appropriate
Develop clear goals that are consistent with agreed strategies
Identifies priority activities and assignment; adjusts priorities as required.
Prepare and submit monthly reports to stakeholders (Performance Management Reports (PMR) and Payment Adjustment Report (PAR)
Complete Annual reviews of the Site Services Plans and Sub-Plans
WHO ARE WE LOOKING FOR?
A Post-secondary education in Criminal Justice, Police Foundation, or related field.
Minimum of 5 years’ Security related experience in a highly secure environment.
Minimum of 3 years’ experience in a leadership/management role.
Detailed knowledge of federal, provincial and municipal laws.
Demonstrated excellence in communication, team building and the ability to initiate and model positive change.
Superior communication skills and the ability to develop and maintain positive working relationships with internal and external stakeholders are vital as well as having exceptional analytical and problem-solving skills.
Experience in managing security suppliers/contractors.
Comprehensive understanding of security technology including microcomputers, cameras, access control platforms software and hardware, and video storage solutions
CPP, PSP or any other Security Professional Designation is an asset
Experience developing compliance and performance frameworks and products
P3 experience, with experience using reporting tools
Proficiency in data management and analytics, with well developed skills to understand complex issues and their implications on business activities
Have knowledge of asset and facility management principals, building systems, and occupant/user services issues on large commercial, institutional and/or industrial real estate.
WHAT’S IN IT FOR YOU?
Employee Referral Program
Whereas other companies are downsizing, we are growing!
Be #1 on day 1by joining an industry leader
A true ability to leave your mark and not just be a cog in a giant machine
Dexterra Group is an equal opportunity employer committed to diversity and inclusion. We are pleased to consider all qualified applicants for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, disability, protected veterans’ status, Indigenous status, or any other legally protected factors. Disability-related accommodations during the hiring selection process are available upon request.