JOB TITLE:\u00a0SENIOR SECURITY COORDINATORLOCATION:\u00a0BURBANK, CA\u00a0JOB REQUISITION:3014\u00a0OVERVIEW\u00a0 The Administrative Office of the Courts (AOC) is accepting applications for a Senior Security Coordinator assigned to the Emergency Response and Security Unit (ERS) located in our Burbank office. \u00a0This position will plan, organize, and direct the assessment of the emergency preparedness and security needs for the Supreme Court, Courts of Appeal, Administrative Office of the Courts, trial courts, and other judicial branch agencies within assigned work areas. In addition, he\/she will regularly conduct facility security enhancements and recommend security enhancements, respond to threats, and coordinate all-hazards emergency preparedness programs. \u00a0DEPARTMENT STATEMENTUnder the direction of the Executive Office, the ERS Unit is committed to ensuring the safety of all employees, court personnel, and public through a comprehensive emergency planning and security program that seeks to provide the highest level of protection for individuals, facilities, and property of the AOC and all California courts. \u00a0The ERS Unit provides the AOC and all court facilities with a comprehensive emergency plan and provides ongoing support to ensure constant preparedness for any emergency. In addition to emergency preparedness, the ERS Unit provides the AOC and all court facilities with continuous security support to include security assessments, detailed reports that provide recommendations for improved practices, coordinating threat investigations involving judicial officers and court staff, coordinating security standards with local sheriff and other security departments, and serving as a resource for ongoing security issues and concerns. \u00a0\u00a0RESPONSIBILITIES\u2022\u00a0Coordinate assessments of court and judicial branch security needs; \u2022\u00a0Coordinate and document threats to the courts, justices, and staff with the California Highway Patrol (CHP) and other law enforcement agencies; \u2022\u00a0Coordinate security arrangements for special events, individual judges, judicial branch staff, and others as required; \u2022\u00a0Act as liaison on security matters between the judicial branch and the CHP, the Department of General Services, the Department of Justice, and local law enforcement and administrative agencies in Southern California; \u2022\u00a0Oversee statewide security inspection programs and ensure the timely completion of inspection reports; \u2022\u00a0Drives executive team members, collects and delivers personnel as required;\u2022\u00a0Respond to emergencies, coordinate court response to emergencies for the AOC and support court and or AOC personnel as required; \u2022\u00a0Conduct internal investigations as required under the direction of the Security Manager; \u2022\u00a0Provide lead direction, training, and work review; organizes and assigns work, sets priorities, and follows up to ensure coordination and completion of assigned work; and \u2022\u00a0Provide input into selection, evaluation, discipline, and other personnel matters. \u00a0QUALIFICATIONS Equivalent to possession of a bachelor\u2019s degree, preferably in administration of justice, and five years of supervisory law enforcement or emergency services experience.\u00a0 Additional directly related experience may be substituted for the education on a year-for-year basis.The Senior Security Coordinator must be able to respond to security and medical emergencies, travel statewide approximately 45% of the time, and work evening and weekend hours as necessary.\u00a0 Possession of a valid California driver's license and certification in California Peace Officer Standards and Training (POST) is required. In addition to the minimum qualifications listed above, the ideal candidate will possess the following desirable qualifications: Demonstrated experience or expertise in: \u2022\u00a0Physical and personal security principles; \u2022\u00a0Security procedures, principles, and elements (locking systems, perimeter controls, etc.); \u2022\u00a0Facility security assessments; \u2022\u00a0Implementing facility security programs in either a government or corporate setting; and\u2022\u00a0Vendor negotiation and security contracts. Knowledge of: \u2022\u00a0First aid, CPR, and Automated External Defibrillators (AED);\u2022\u00a0Principles, practices, and techniques of law enforcement; \u2022\u00a0Court operations and procedures;\u2022\u00a0Basic supervisory principles and practices;\u2022\u00a0Investigative procedures and methods;\u2022\u00a0Firearm use, safety protocols, and use of force guidelines;\u2022\u00a0Operation of personal computers and the use of specified computer applications, such as word processing;\u2022\u00a0Principles and techniques of preparing effective oral presentation and written materials; and\u2022\u00a0Defensive driving techniques.Ability to: \u2022\u00a0Accurately and quickly analyze a situation and determine an effective course of action; \u2022\u00a0Work effectively in highly stressful situations; \u2022\u00a0Train security staff and serve as a mentor; \u2022\u00a0Establish and maintain effective working relationships with those contacted in the course of the work (i.e CHP, Sheriff's Office, FBI, contract security guards, local law enforcement);\u2022\u00a0Use initiative and independent judgment within established procedural guidelines;\u2022\u00a0Organize, prioritize, and coordinate multiple work activities and meet critical deadlines;\u2022\u00a0Evaluate and direct the security needs of California judicial branch agencies, act as advisor to trial courts as necessary; and\u2022\u00a0Use tact and discretion in dealing with those contacted in the course of the work. Licenses and Certificates:Current California POST certified; California driving license.\u00a0HOW TO APPLYApplicants are encouraged to carefully read the minimum and desirable qualifications before applying.\u00a0 To ensure earliest consideration of your application, please apply immediately, however, this position will remain open until filled.\u00a0 This position requires the submission of our official application and response to the supplemental questions attached. To complete an online application, please visit our Web site at www.courtinfo.ca.gov\/careers and search for Job Req-3014, Senior Security Coordinator.\u00a0 \u00a0To obtain a printed application, please download a copy from our website under the Special Access and Application Help section OR visit: \u00a0Administrative Office of the Courts 455 Golden Gate Avenue, 7th Floor San Francisco, California 94102-3688 415-865-4272 Telecommunications Device for the Deaf\u00a0PAY AND BENEFITSSALARY RANGE: $5,890 - $7,159 per month (Starting salary will vary between $5,890 and $6,479 per month)\u00a0Some highlights of our benefits package include: \u2022\u00a0Health\/Dental\/Vision benefits program \u2022\u00a013 paid holidays per calendar year \u2022\u00a0Choice of Annual Leave or Sick\/Vacation Leave \u2022\u00a01 personal holiday per year \u2022\u00a0$110 transit pass subsidy per month \u2022\u00a0CalPERS Retirement Plan \u2022\u00a0401(k) and 457 deferred compensation plans \u2022\u00a0Employee Assistance Program \u2022\u00a0Basic Life and AD&D Insurance \u2022\u00a0FlexElect Program \u2022\u00a0Long Term Care Program (employee paid\/optional) \u2022\u00a0Group Legal Plan (employee paid\/optional) The Administrative Office of the Courts is an Equal Opportunity Employer.A supplemental questionnaire follows this announcement.\u00a0SUPPLEMENTAL QUESTIONNAIRE FOR SENIOR SECURITY COORDINATOR\u00a0(Req. #3014)\u00a0This supplemental form is intended to provide more detailed information about your work experience and your answers will allow us to better assess your qualifications as they relate to the position.1) Describe your experience with all-hazards emergency and disaster response. 2) Describe your experience conducting facility security assessments. 3) Describe your experience, if any, with NIMS. 4) Describe your experience developing and implementing security programs.