• Corporate Security Protection Specialist

    Job Locations
    US-CA-San Francisco
  • Overview

    The Corporate Security Protection Specialist ("specialist") is responsible for providing professional security services for clients, visitors, personnel, property and assets at First Republic Bank's corporate headquarters.  The specialist maintains a safe and secure environment by patrolling and monitoring the floors with open access, and responsible for security incidents. The specialist will also patrol, monitor and provide a visual deterrence to crime in the public area between our corporate offices. 


    • Secure premises and personnel by patrolling property; inspecting corporate buildings, equipment, and access points
    • Contact suspicious people and ask for identification
    • Observe for signs of crime or disorder and investigate disturbances in private and public areas
    • Prevent losses and damage by reporting irregularities; informing violators of policy and procedures; restraining trespassers
    • Prevent passage of prohibited articles into restricted areas
    • React as a first responder to any corporate security incident, and adhere to protocols of the bank security program
    • Contact law enforcement in cases of emergency, such as presence of unauthorized persons or those posing a public safety risk
    • Write reports of daily activities and irregularities, such as property damage, theft, presence of unauthorized persons, or unusual occurrences
    • Review alarm systems or video cameras, and operate detecting/emergency equipment, if necessary
    • The role and responsibilities of the Corporate Security Protection Specialist may evolve and change to align with the needs of the business




    • At least 3 years of security experience
    • College degree or equivalent work experience
    • Ability to obtain CA Bureau of Security & Investigative Services guard certification at the time of hire


    • Retired law enforcement professional

    • CPR/First Aid/AED Certified



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