Corporate Functions, Corporate Services
Like any winning team, Nike, Inc.'s Corporate Functions team depends on a diverse set of skills to operate at peak performance. Those skills span many disciplines across Nike's Corporate Functions, including Facilities, Child Development, Administrative Support and Aviation. While roles range from pilots to security specialists to teachers, one thing remains constant: the teams deliver exceptional experiences and services at Nike locations around the world.
Like any winning team, Nike, Inc. relies on talented, ambitious individuals to thrive. Every day, the Corporate Service teams raise the bar on excellence. The diverse disciplines that make up these teams include Finance, Facilities, Legal, Human Resources, Procurement, Child Development, Administrative Support, Strategic Planning and more. Corporate Services drives innovation in process, technologies and services, while fueling the company with exceptional levels of support.Description
As our Security Officer, you'll provide protection for Nike personnel, property and guests using the highest standards of professional security service. You'll patrol assigned areas and promptly investigate and report unusual or suspicious situations, including fire or life safety hazards, and log reports in a clear, concise and accurate manner for potential follow-up by third party departments.You'll also monitor Nike activities and access to facilities using various security-specific software applications, CCTV, and fire and phone systems as well as patrol assigned areas on foot, bicycle, golf cart and or/motorized vehicle for most or all of your shift.
In addition, you'll dispatch officers appropriately and actively participate in training requirements to continuously improve security skills. Qualifications
- High School diploma or GED
- 1 year of experience in security, law enforcement or a related field
- Knowledge of contemporary security and property protection techniques and methodologies
- Knowledge of appropriate security actions in the event of an emergency situation
- Strong working knowledge of computer-based access control and alarm systems and an understanding of computer programs such as Microsoft Word and email programs
- Able to pass a 7-year criminal background check and drive security vehicles
- A valid driver's license and clean DMV record
- Able to have the proficient use of both sensory perception/clarity and muscle control/coordination. This includes vision, hearing, speech, strength, agility, flexibility, steadiness and reaction time.
- Able to read, write, speak, hear and understand verbal and written English and write/log reports in a clear, concise, and professional manner.
- Able to take quick, appropriate action in stressful, hostile or dangerous situations, be calm in emergency situations and handle confidential information with discretion
- Able to lift in excess of 30 lbs
- Must be able to rotate shifts and days off
- Willing to work overtime on any shift
- Must be able to walk up to 10 miles per shift
- May be required to physically restrain hostile employees or guests
- Current DPSST Certification is preferred