Supt, Plant Security

The Security Superintendent reports to the Security Manager. The Security Superintendent is responsible for the overall implementation of the operations side of the security program, reviewing Security Operations work assignments to ensure the staff is responding appropriately, and implementing the program as designed.
Ensuring compliance with Nuclear Regulatory rules, regulations, commitments, and requirements; Ensure industrial safety is a top priority; Ensuring all aspects of the security program are conducted in accordance with established procedures, requirements, and commitments; Providing oversight of daily planning/scheduling of activities of the Security Force.
Ensuring Security Operations Supervisors are enforcing standards with their assigned teams; Ensuring Security Operations Supervisors are staying in role and driving SSS?s performance; Conducting monthly meetings with SOS?s to ensure team alignment and expectations are standardized. This allows for open communications on issues that need to be resolved; Overseeing the use of the MARC process and communicate with the Security Manager on activity.
Monitor and assess the department?s safety culture and safety conscious work environment, determine if actions are necessary to address shortfalls in either area. Report shortfall in either area to the Security Manager; Verify that pertinent information is communicated down to all levels. Perform independent verification to ascertain effectiveness of departmental communications; Strictly enforce weapons handling protocols IAW approved training plans and fleet governance procedures.
Directing appropriate investigations within the owner controlled and protected areas; Ensuring that on-site security activities and plans are coordinated with off-site support agencies; Ensuring security personnel are qualified in their assigned crucial tasks; Ensuring that required posts are properly manned; Ensuring security equipment is properly tested.
Serving as a member of the Emergency Response Organization; Maintaining liaison with local law enforcement (LLEA); Ensure the SGI program is implemented IAW fleet governance procedures; Performing as the Area Owner for Housekeeping purposes; Maintain overtime at approved levels, monitor staffing levels and appropriately handle vacancies.
Acting on behalf of the Security Manager in their absence; All other duties as assigned by the Security Manager.
Minimum education required of the position
High School diploma or GED is required, or equivalent work experience. Desired: Bachelor?s degree in Criminal Justice, Engineering or other discipline generally associated with plant operations.
Minimum experience required of the position
4 years of supervisory/management experience at an operating nuclear power plant. Desired: 4 years of experience in Nuclear Plant Security and experience supervising union and contract employees.
Minimum knowledge, skills and abilities required of the position
Technical proficiency in Nuclear Security or the ability to acquire it rapidly. Technical understanding of nuclear generation principles and operation. Desired: Proficiency with current computer business applications. Outstanding communication, conflict management, and change management skills.
Any certificates, licenses, etc. required for the position
As a provider of essential services, Entergy expects its employees to be available to work additional hours, to work in alternate locations, and/or to perform additional duties in connection with storms, outages, emergencies, or other situations as deemed necessary by the company. Exempt employees may not be paid overtime associated with such duties.
Primary Location: Mississippi-Port Gibson
Job Function: Professional
FLSA Status: Professional
Relocation Option: Level II
Union description/code: NON BARGAINING UNIT-NBU
Number of Openings: 1
Req ID: 83826
Travel Percentage:Up to 25%
An Equal Opportunity Employer, Minority/Female/Disability/Vets. Please click here to view the full statement
Nearest Major Market: Jackson Mississippi
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