We have an immediate opening for a Lead Security Professional to serve as the program coordinator for the corporate programs addressing the protection of sensitive critical infrastructure information and conducting security risk assessments on corporate facilities, theft and vandalism and executive protection. This position reports to the Director, Critical Infrastructure.
Research, develop and implement policies and standards to protect the corporation's critical infrastructure, facilities and people. Review and approve requests for the dissemination of critical infrastructure primarily network maps, outside the corporation and ensure safeguards are in place to prevent unauthorized disclosure.
Conduct risk assessments of corporate facilities and critical infrastructure to identify potential threats and vulnerabilities, assess the risks and recommend countermeasures to detect, deter or mitigate identified risks.
Manage risk assessment projects to ensure findings and recommendations are appropriately addressed and projects are completed on time and within budget.
Support Physical Security and Critical Infrastructure Program responsibilities associated with initiatives such as the US Department of Homeland Security Buffer Zone Protection Program and special event security for national and significant local events.
Manage internal reports of theft and vandalism, conduct investigations, identify trends, coordinate with law enforcement agencies as appropriate, and develop strategies for preventing future losses from theft and vandalism.
Support other Corporate Security Program responsibilities, such as the Metal Theft Initiative, which is designed to assist the company and law enforcement combat copper theft; and the Work Place Violence Prevention Program.
Effectively interact with internal business units, private industry counterparts and federal, state and local government agencies.
Respond to non-regular business hours security calls. This position requires availability on a 24/7 basis to provide guidance to staff on resolution of security matters, as necessary.
The successful candidate must be able to effectively communicate at all levels of the organization; possess demonstrated experience in conducting investigations; strong interviewing skills; the ability to effectively liaise with federal, state and local law enforcement.
Four year college degree is required; graduation from an accredited law school is preferred.
At least three years successful experience in law enforcement. Job Requirements Company Statement CenturyLink is an industry-leading provider of communications, high speed Internet and entertainment services from coast to coast. Our combination of business and residential service solutions – including home and wireless voice solutions and digital television – provide innovative solutions to our customers. CenturyLink is proud to be a participant in the U.S. General Services Administration Networx program, the largest communications services contract in the world. CenturyLink offers you the opportunity to develop and cultivate your career as we lead the communications industry into the future. Disclaimer The above job definition information has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job. Job duties and responsibilities are subject to change based on changing business needs and conditions.
CenturyLink - 11 months ago
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