Head Ranger

Full Time | Staten Island, NY

THE POSITION
SHCCBG seeks applicants for the position of Head Ranger in the Security Department. Reporting to the Director of Operations and Facilities, the primary responsibility will be to lead the security program and the team in keeping SHCCBG safe and accessible for its residents and visitors. The Head Ranger will ensure that all daily security operations run smoothly and effectively. In addition to managerial supervision, the Head Ranger also carries out patrol and other security duties. This position is full time and may require weekend work.

QUALIFICATIONS
• High school diploma/GED, Bachelor’s degree preferred
• Work experience: 3+ years experience in Security and Managerial roles
• Must Maintain the following FDNY Certificates of Fitness:
S95 – Supervision of Fire Alarm Systems and Other Related Systems
F03 – Indoor Place of Assembly
• 8 hour Security License
• Valid NYS Driver’s License with clean driving record
• Computer Literate (Microsoft Office)
• Excellent communication skills

RESPONSIBILITIES
• Supervise and coordinate Ranger coverage for all shifts and facilitate the daily work schedule
• Create daily and weekly time schedules for appropriate coverage for a 24/7 operation that encompasses public hours, overnight and additional coverage for special events and programs
• Interact professionally and courteously with fellow Rangers, SHCCBG staff, tenants, and visitors
• Provide interior and exterior patrols, both by foot and mobile
• Provide continuous visual/physical inspections of the campus
• Maintain vigilance regarding suspicious conditions and persons, open doors and windows, and other safety issues
• Provide access to buildings as required
• Exchange concise, effective information with fellow Rangers before and after each shift
• Report writing: patrol logbook, incident reports, accident reports, work requests, and lost & found reports
• Maintain and activate alarm systems (fire and intrusion) as necessary
• Maintain vigilance regarding fire prevention, detection and suppression
• Working with the Director of Operations, develop and implement Emergency Preparedness Plans. Control and coordinate evacuation procedures (emergency situations) and act as evacuation leader when necessary
• Identify situations and locations that would constitute safety hazards (lighting, pedestrian walkways, etc.). Make proper notifications to other Snug Harbor departments to initiate solutions and repairs. Implement temporary safety precautions until the situation has been corrected
• Respond to snow emergencies and plow the grounds when necessary
• Respond to calls for service and notify the proper authorities (police, fire and/or emergency medical service)
• Direct and coordinate vehicular traffic circulation and parking
• Provide necessary assistance to ADA and disabled visitors and employees
• Support Facilities Department as needed Assist in daily departmental and site-wide operations as needed
• Orient and train new Rangers on security risks and procedures, certifying they are versed on emergency/disaster preparedness and performing refresher training periodically

SALARY AND BENEFITS
Salary is commensurate with experience. Snug Harbor offers a generous vacation/holiday schedule and participation in the Cultural Institutions Retirement System pension plan.

TO APPLY
Qualified candidates should submit a cover letter and resume to jobs@snug-harbor.org with the subject line “Head Ranger – [Your Name].”  We are an equal opportunity workplace and welcome cultural diversity in our workforce. We thank all applicants for their interest. However, only those selected for an interview will be contacted.