Security & Access Control Systems Field Specialist
Internal Number: 217659943
Security & Access Control Systems Field Specialist
Job ID: 2023-16713 Type: Full-Time # of Openings: 1 Category: Facilities Management and Physical Plant
The Department of Facilities Operations, Site Protection is searching for an experienced Security & Access Control Systems Field Specialist. This position will report to the Manager of Security and Access Control Systems. The Security & Access Control Systems Field Specialist will be responsible for oversight of key physical security projects at the University. The successful candidate will need to work closely with all primary stakeholders such as the University Department of Public Safety, University Housing Department, and Office of Capital Planning, all of whom rely on Site Protection to provide exceptional service and reliable systems regarding access control and security systems. The successful candidate will ensure new building physical security system installations meet design intent as well as University design standards. Upon successful awarding of physical security projects, the position will be responsible for field coordination and project oversight through final acceptance testing of the systems. The Security and Access Control Field Specialist at all times will exemplify the Facilities Core Values of Teamwork, Innovation, Integrity, Inclusiveness, Respect and Sustainability, while modeling and reinforcing the associated behaviors with their peers and follow all University safety rules and regulations at all times.
On-site Construction support
Provide project oversight including coordinating telecommunications to electrical contractors, OIT, inside trade personnel, and outside contractors of the University as pertains to door hardware and system implementations.
Report on construction sites during all phases to evaluate security installation progress.
Review architectural drawings and designs for new and renovated buildings during installation phases.
Oversee security integrator vendors on job sites to ensure all electrified components and devices are installed to standard.
Develop a detailed project report to track progress.
Project installation and turnover support
Oversight of the workflow management for all Campus Access control & Stand-Alone Locking system installations.
Coordinate Campus Access Control & Stand-Alone locking system Acceptance Test Procedures.
Assist with project turnover support with end users within affiliated departments.
Create and maintain comprehensive project documentation including campus maps for current device locations.
Notify system administrators of programming additions/changes.
Builds relationships with local, state, and federal organizations as needed to ensure timely communications during events on campus.
Contributes to the overall success of the department by performing other essential worker duties and responsibilities as assigned
High School Diploma or equivalent.
Background in the field of physical electronic security with strong project management skills, for at least 10 years.
Solid technical background, with understanding or hands-on experience with design prints and system components.
Possess exceptional communication skills, both oral and written, and be able to effectively interact with a wide variety of customers both within and outside the Facilities Department.
Solid organizational and multi-tasking skills with exceptional attention to detail.
Strong electrified door hardware and ADA requirement experience.
Experience in managing large access control and life safety projects.
Proficient in Excel, Word, Adobe Acrobat PDF, and virtual meeting platforms including Zoom and Microsoft Teams.
Bachelorâ™s Degree in Engineering or Computer Science or related Vocational School Certification
Familiarity with Computer Maintenance Systems (CMS), i.e., Maximo
Nationally Recognized Project Management Tools and Certification
Familiarity with CCure 9000
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