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SECURITY COORDINATOR II
Category: General
Description: We are in search of qualified persons who are interested in a commitment to progress as we move forward to the fulfillment of our goal as the Leading Caribbean Airport.

The Security Coordinator II provides assistance to the Security Manager in the administration of the Sangster International Airport Security Programme. The functions include coordinating with other departments, airlines/handlers, concessionaires, contractors and regulatory agencies to ensure effective service delivery as well as coordinating the day-to-day activities of the Security Centre in respect of the Restricted Area Access Control and Surveillance systems.
 

Qualifications:
QUALIFICATIONS AND EXPERIENCE

Diploma or Associate Degree in Business Administration, Management Studies or equivalent
Minimum of two (2) years on-the-job experience in an airport security environment including exposure to aspects of emergency operations

SPECIFIC KNOWLEDGE AND SKILLS REQUIRED

Sound knowledge of security measures and techniques used in an airport environment
Sound knowledge of the legal framework governing security operations
Working knowledge of ICAO, JCAA, IATA and other applicable standards and regulations
Ability to use a high degree of mental concentration and attention in monitoring the CCTV systems for extended periods. 

The ideal candidate must have the demonstrated ability to work in a dynamic environment using strong customer relations skills and a proactive approach to challenges in working with a variety of individuals from various socio-economic, ethnic and cultural backgrounds. He/she must possess good analytical, organizational and effective communication skills both oral and written.
Deadline: May 22, 2018

Contact Information
Name: The Human Resource Manager
Address: MBJ Airports Limited
Sangster International Airport, Montego Bay,
St James
Email: vacancies@mbjairport.com
Telephone: N/A
Fax: N/A

Ad Post Date: 2018-05-16

 

 

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