U.S. Bank Regional Security Manager in Chicago, Illinois
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Job DescriptionThe Corporate Regional Security Manager (RSM) is assigned to a regional team charged with physical security and incident response for U.S. Bank properties assets, employees, and customers. Specifically, RSM’s facilitate the processes for preventative maintenance and repairs of security systems and devices, serve on project teams, conduct risk assessments and compliance activities, handle incident management and response duties, and performs other physical security assignments.
Regional Security Managers report to a Regional Director and are expected to build and sustain good working relationships with key stakeholders, including the North America Physical Security (NAPS) team. RSM’s recommend countermeasures to Regional Directors and the Senior Director of NAPS to ensure the physical safety and security at assigned properties within their area of responsibility.
Primary Responsibilities Initiate incident response actions for robbery, burglary, protests, vandalism, threatening behavior, and other related security incidents to U.S. Bank employees and properties; response in some cases requires travel to U.S. Bank properties throughout North America
Liaison with local, state and federal law enforcement agencies, and financial sector private security organizations
Participate on cross-functional project teams that encompass a variety of physical security systems/technology and processes delineated in the Bank Protection Act and the U.S. Bank physical security program policies, procedures, and guidance
Assist with planning and execution of physical security initiatives related to U.S. Bank property construction, renovations, and closures
Build and maintain excellent relationships with Physical Security vendors and contractors
Prepare reports and documents; assist in the development of presentations
Maintain Physical Security data bases and information management systems
Attend in-person, telepresence, and video presence meetings
Conduct in-person compliance reviews and risk assessments at assigned U.S. Bank properties
Escalate significant matters to their assigned Regional Director or the Senior Director of NAPS
Handle special projects or other duties when assigned
Based on assignment, RSM’s may have Critical Infrastructure Sites (Data Centers, Cash Vaults, Lockboxes) within their area of responsibility. Additional responsibilities may include:
Direct management of physical security processes and indirect management of contract security staff
Drafting and/or providing subject matter expertise in policies, procedures, guidelines, and post orders for critical infrastructure sites
Develop a working knowledge of unique physical security technologies (biometric systems, alarm monitoring programs, weapons detection systems, etc.)
Participate in regulatory reviews and walk-throughs involving both internal and external auditors
Complete reoccurring tasks (weekly, monthly, quarterly) within the predetermined cadence
May be responsible for managing the site’s Emergency Action Plan and any necessary drills and activity associated with this plan
Work in close partnership with business line compliance teams to ensure adherence to regulatory requirements
Basic Qualifications Bachelor's degree, or equivalent work experience
Two to three years of applicable experience
Preferred Skills/Experience At least one year of experience in an infrastructure (e.g. campus or property) related law enforcement, a large professional corporate security function, or in a military specialty involving physical security or critical infrastructure law enforcement programs
Experience interfacing with local, state, and federal law enforcement, and private sector corporate security organizations
Knowledge of Federal Statutes (Title 18) and similar state penal statutes that relate to threats, robbery, Bank Protection Act, protests, trespassing, vandalism, etc.
Demonstrated ability to work independently under limited supervision; experience working remotely and from a home-based office preferred
Knowledge of financial markets, banking products, physical security systems, infrastructure physical security processes, and financial sector threat landscape
Demonstrated ability to handle physical security related incidents
Ability to interpret building plans, design documents, and physical security proposals
Experience working with multiple organizational levels, cross-functional business lines, and with a geographically disbursed team
Ability to meet deadlines, prioritize multiple work assignments, follow defined processes, and adhere to policies, procedures and written guidance
Ability to interpret intelligence and information sharing, and incorporate analyzed information into project planning, incident response, and related physical security initiatives
Professionally represent the North America Physical Security team on industry specific organizations and workgroups
Experience in assisting with the preparation of documents and presentations used by management and internal/industry peers
Demonstrated ability to communicate effectively with in times of crisis and incidents; excellent communication and interpersonal skills
Certified Protection Professional (CPP), Physical Security Professional (PSP), or similar designations preferred
Advanced training in project management and infrastructure physical security preferred
College course work in criminal justice, homeland security, critical infrastructure security, or related areas preferred
Ability to travel 25% within the United States, typically in a designated region
Benefits: Take care of yourself and your family with U.S. Bank employee benefits. We know that healthy employees are happy employees, and we believe that work/life balance should be easy to achieve. That's why we share the cost of benefits and offer a variety of programs, resources and support you need to bring your full self to work and stay present and committed to the people who matter most - your family.
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U.S. Bank is an equal opportunity employer committed to creating a diverse workforce. We consider all qualified applicants without regard to race, religion, color, sex, national origin, age, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability or veteran status, among other factors.