SECURITY SUPERVISOR jobs in Johnson City, TN

SECURITY SUPERVISOR supervises a team of security personnel. Inspects buildings and grounds to ensure protection from intruders, fire hazards, theft, and vandalism. Being a SECURITY SUPERVISOR develops emergency procedures, responds to incidents, and resolves problems or requests assistance of local authorities. A level I supervisor is considered a working supervisor with little authority for personnel actions. Additionally, SECURITY SUPERVISOR may require a bachelor's degree in area of specialty. Typically reports to a manager or head of a unit/department. Working team member that may validate or coordinate the work of others on a support team. Suggests improvements to process, is a knowledge resource for other team members. Has no authority for staff actions. Thorough knowledge of the team processes. Generally has a minimum of 2 years experience as an individual contributor. (Copyright 2020 Salary.com)

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8 SECURITY SUPERVISOR jobs found in Johnson City, TN area

Johnson City is in northeastern Washington County at 36°20′N 82°22′W / 36.333°N 82.367°W / 36.333; -82.367 (36.3354, -82.3728), with smaller parts extending north into Sullivan County and east into Carter County. Johnson City shares a contiguous southeastern border with Elizabethton. Johnson City also shares a small contiguous border with Kingsport to the far north along I-26 and a slightly longer one with Bluff City to the northeast along US 11E.[citation needed] According to the United States Census Bureau, the city has an area of 43.3 square miles (112.1 km2), of which 42.9 square miles ...
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Income Estimation for SECURITY SUPERVISOR jobs
$38,150 to $53,378
Johnson City, Tennessee area prices
were up 1.3% from a year ago

SECURITY SUPERVISOR in Albuquerque, NM
Maintains logs of patient valuables or lost and found articles.
December 06, 2019
Evaluate and determine nature, location, and priority of emergency.
December 30, 2019
Assist in the development and implementation of new policies/procedures to ensure officers and the facility are appropriately postured to respond to emergency events, lessen the impact of, and reduce the likelihood of such events from occurring.
February 09, 2020