Approved Date: March 31, 2006
The Area Supervisor is primarily responsible to ensure that contractual obligations are met during his or her respective shifts. The Area Supervisor is responsible for exercising leadership, maintaining high morale, directing and inspecting the performance of security personnel assigned to the shift. This includes scheduling the shift work distribution and training, answering of Security Force Officer questions related to work, and solving shift problems with minimum supervision. The Area Supervisor is the direct liaison between the Security Force Officers and the Project Manager (PM). The Area Supervisor is directly accountable to the PM. The Area Supervisor will be armed with a sidearm and an automatic weapon, or other weapons as required.
Supervisory Responsibilities The Area Supervisor directly supervises all Security Force personnel assigned to the work location.
Essential Duties and Responsibilities
Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position
Must have complete knowledge of the site, all buildings and facilities, post orders, emergency contact
list, emergency procedures, special instructions and all post duties at the site as they relate to their respective shifts.
Reports all adverse situations affecting morale to the PM for action or direction. All items, whether
job related or personal, which could affect performance, image or impression, must be reported.
Administers instructions to all security force personnel assigned to their shift and assures that all
officers assigned to their shift are familiar with the facility and their duties. Will also be certain that all officers assigned to their shift receive and understand new, changed, or special instructions.
Accountable for the proper use and maintenance of all equipment used at the site by the officers
assigned to the shift.
The Area Supervisor will accurately maintain all field file personnel records of employees assigned
to the shift. These records include, but are not limited to, time and attendance, disciplinary actions, recommendations for promotions, demotions, status/payroll change reports, etc.
Manages the staffing of posts during the shift in order to ensure complete coverage. This includes,
but is not limited to, coverage for vacations, illness, and call-offs.
When replacement or relief officers are required from sources other than the site, the Area Supervisor
assists in the scheduling by contacting the PM for the purpose of locating and contacting additional qualified personnel.
The Area Supervisor, to ensure clarify, completeness, accuracy and legibility, will review all written
reports generated during the shift before distribution is made.