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Site Security Associate

Plainfield, IN, United States
Job ID: 38940

Description

Ingram Micro helps businesses fully realize the promise of technology.TM No other company delivers the full spectrum of global technology and supply chain services to businesses around the world. Ingram Micro’s global infrastructure and deep expertise in technology solutions, supply chain, cloud and mobility enable its business partners to operate efficiently and successfully in the markets they serve. Combined with distinct market insights and the trust and dependability generated from decades of strong partner relationships, Ingram Micro stands apart as the global technology services provider for the future

SUMMARY:
The Ingram Micro Safety and Security Supervisor position is the advisor regarding safety and security at the Distribution, Returns, and Configuration Centers located across the Southern California campus. The purpose of this position is to implement the appropriate safeguards/tools for the protection of company assets, personnel, training, product, and visitors on Ingram Micro property. The Supervisor collaborates with the Safety and Security Manager to address safety and security concerns with the local distribution center management for all matters relating to the protection of wealth generators. This position directly reports to Safety and Security Manager.

DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Review and track progress of the Safety Star Program as well as the Corporate Security Program to ensure compliance and proper documentation. (10%)
• Audit monthly facility inspections, document findings, and follow up to assure that actions are taken to correct safety-related discrepancies. Ensure maintenance of facility inspection documents a minimum of three years. (4%)
• Audit selective accident, loss, and theft reports, analyze trends, and supervisor investigations. Identify preventative measures, present recommendations to senior management and implement corrective action plans. (10%)
• Lead the Health & Safety Committee comprised of associates from each department that meets monthly to discuss safety issues. Required to post minutes by the fifth day of the following month. (4%)
• Ensure safety and security huddles are being conducted and recorded via a Class Training Record. (2%)
• Manage aspects of workers’ compensation program. Communicate with HR, carrier, clinic and worker to facilitate care and treatment. (10%)
• Serve as contact for safety inspections by any regulatory agency and security audits by U.S. Security Services. (3%)
Ensure that facility meets all federal, state and local safety regulations and Ingram Micro safety and security policies. Maintain disciplinary action log of those associates that violate these standards. Serve as primary liaison with local police, fire, and other government agencies as required, ensuring that they are familiar with the facility in the event of an emergency requiring their assistance. (4%)
• Implement emergency action plans and schedule regular emergency evacuation drills. (5%)
• Administer all aspects of drug/alcohol testing program (random, post-injury, post-accident). (4%)
• Develop and maintain a working knowledge of warehouse operations and the procedures for receiving, stocking, inventory control, order picking, and shipping. Interface with the appropriate department managers to monitor associate compliance with Ingram Micro operational policies and procedures. Develop go-to contacts in each operational group for security related issues. (20%)
• Manage the security budget and ensure that systems are maintained and operational and that necessary security coverage is provided. (9%)
• Audit the activities of the contract security personnel and serve as the primary liaison with the local contract services company. Ensure that they are performing their duties in accordance with Ingram Micro policy and procedures. (10%)
• All other safety and security related duties and responsibilities that may be required. (5%)

JOB QUALIFICATIONS:
1. Bachelors degree and CPP preferred.
2. 3 years previous security or safety experience in a supervisory role.
3. Knowledge of OSHA regulations and common terminology.
4. Knowledge of the operation of basic physical security systems, such as CCTV, video, alarm systems, access control, and fire life safety.
5. Ability to interface with people at all levels within the company, clearly communicate ideas and concepts, and maintain composure and a high level of calmness.
6. Strong interpersonal, written, oral and problem solving skills.
7. Light typing and ability to use a PC, including Excel and Microsoft Word.
*Any associate already performing the Duties and Responsibilities listed is grand fathered and is not required to meet all these job qualifications.

Ingram Micro Inc. is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, sexual orientation, national origin, genetics, disability, age, veteran status, or any other protected category under applicable law.
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