|Unarmed Security Officer (Local 101) – 20172241
About the Position:
Scheduled 40 Hours (Various)
Pay Rate: $28.44
Unarmed, this Security Officer guards, patrols and polices National Grid owned, leased or rented premises to protect personnel and property against fire, theft, vandalism, illegal entry and other hazards. Periodically inspects premises, including gates, to determine that they are secure; observes persons departing premises to guard against thefts, examines credentials of persons desiring entry to premise or other restricted areas, contributes to overall security posture by accomplishing the needs of National Grid and directs traffic on or near company premises. Presents a professional and positive image that reflects well on the organization, maintains confidential proprietary or security information and embraces company values. Enumerated, these duties include, but are not limited to:
Position Responsibilities (including but not limited to):
Security Officer III
Job Qualifications: (union)
§ Thirty two (32) college credit hours
§ Twenty (20) years of Law Enforcement (Municipal, State or Federal)
§ Possess a valid New York State driver’s license
§ Be in good general health
§ Binocular vision correctable to 20/30
§ Ability to discriminate standard colors
§ Ability to hear ordinary conversation within 20 feet and whispered conversation within 10 feet
§ Ability to stand or walk an eight (12) hour or irregular shift
§ Ability to climb stairs or ladders
§ Ability to lift and/or carry objects weighing up to 25 lbs
§ Ability to exercise self-defense actions
§ Ability to communicate in a clear manner and in the English language
§ Ability to read and write legibly in English and
§ A United States Citizen
§ Successful completion of pre-employment background check, physical and drug screening tests.
§ Never have been convicted, pled guilty or “nolo contendere” to any felony or a misdemeanor involving moral turpitude, acts of dishonesty or acts against government authority, including the illegal use or possession of a controlled substance in the last seven (7) years.
§ Never have been declared by any court to be incompetent by reason of mental disease or defect.
National Grid is an equal opportunity employer that values a broad diversity of talent, knowledge, experience and expertise. We foster a culture of inclusion that drives employee engagement to deliver superior performance to the communities we serve. National Grid is proud to be an affirmative action employer. We encourage minorities, women, individuals with disabilities and protected veterans to join the National Grid team.
: Physical Security
: Physical Security
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