Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Law Enforcement Security Screener','254129','Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City','NE-Omaha','','Full-time','Regular','Non-exempt','Non-exempt','Experienced','$31,500-$37,000','$31,500-$37,000','Yes, 5 % of the Time','Day Job','','','Tier II - No Credit Check','Tier II - No Credit Check','','','','!*!Job Summary:
Performs a variety of physical security and screening duties related to providing for the security and protection of the people, property, and operations of the Federal Reserve Bank. The primary responsibility of this position is to identify dangerous objects/items on persons, in bags, mail, deliveries, etc. and prevent the prohibited items from entering the facility and to facilitate access control duties at screening points. Requires the performance of various physical tasks including, but not limited to: using a metal detector, hand-wand, and x-ray machine; verifying personal identification and entering data into Law Enforcement (LE) data bases and facilitating access control and administration (including issuing ID badges); monitoring closed circuit television monitors, utilizing two-way LE radios, and assisting Federal Reserve Law Enforcement Officers (FRLEOs). This is a non-sworn Law Enforcement position. May require performing duties in emergency or crisis circumstances without being relieved for extended periods of times.
Utilizes effective customer service to protect lives and property through implementation of Department processes and procedures related to the operation of screening points.
Operates threat detection equipment, including x-ray screening machines, handheld metal detectors, and walk-through metal detectors to screen for, and identify, dangerous or prohibited objects/items.
Screens and verifies identification of people for appropriate entrance authorization through use of access control systems and detection of fraudulent forms of identification.
Assists FRLEOs in handling emergency medical events at or in close proximity to screening points by providing radio communication to request advance medical care and when necessary performs first aid, CPR, automated external heart defibrillator, etc.
Prepares detailed written Incident Reports of any incidents that occur at or near screening points in accordance with Bank and Department policies and procedures.
Monitors the movement of persons on premises to control restricted and sensitive area access, and reports concerns and situations to the Law Enforcement Communications Center or FRLEOs on duty near screening points.
Maintains applicable logs and performs other administrative tasks.
Enters data in the Department Computer Aid Dispatch (CAD) and incident management system, access control system and visitor registration system.
Operates and monitors additional Law Enforcement and life safety systems and equipment, including but not limited to the closed circuit television system, access control, two-way radios, and fire extinguishers.
Processes, creates, and/or programs ID/proximity card badges; completes routine reports for non-emergency calls for service; assists with evacuations and other crisis response-related efforts; and/or performs fingerprinting and requests background checks utilizing NCIC.
May assist in the Customer Service Center during staffing shortages or peak periods of badge issuance processing.
Wears a prescribed uniform, including carrying radio and emergency medical gloves, while on duty.
Performs other duties as assigned.','!*!Qualifications:
High school diploma, GED, or equivalent;
At least one year of full time work experience, preferably in a public contact environment, unarmed security, x-ray operation, or similarly related work.
Good interpersonal skills.
Good customer service skills.
Basic English written and verbal communication skills, including listening and comprehension.
Basic computer literacy skills, including, but not limited to, e-mail and Microsoft Word, or other report writing applications.
Successful completion of pre-employment and all ongoing drug screen and background checks.
Successful completion of initial security screener training; and all ongoing and annual training requirements related to operating screening equipment and security systems, including American Red Cross first aid/CPR/AED and blood borne pathogen infection control certifications.
This position requires regular and frequent contact with Bank employees, contractors, vendors, guests, and the general public.
This position requires routine performance of duties inside/outside a secure indoor post, with long periods of sitting or standing, and must coordinate with other Law Enforcement staff regarding breaks and meals to ensure continuous operation and staffing of posts.
This position is subject to shift work and may require irregular hours, weekends, holidays, overtime, extended hours, or emergency call-in staffing to support Law Enforcement operations.
View closed circuit television and equipment monitors intermittently during shift while maintaining focus and vigilance.
Ability to operate a telephone, intercom, and two-way law enforcement radio effectively, to include during emergencies.
Must be able to travel, on limited occasions, to other District locations to assist with staffing for special details.
Must have the ability to hear and understand sound sources coming through a two-way radio and standard telephone receiver.
Must have the ability to read and discern visual images on a variety of media, including closed circuit television and x-ray screening machine monitor.
Must be able to distinguish colors as displayed on a computer screen, closed circuit television, and x-ray machine monitors to properly identify characteristics of persons, vehicles, objects, or other observed situations.
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The Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City is an equal opportunity employer. As such, the Bank recruits, hires, trains, and promotes individuals without regard to race, color, religion, sex, national origin, age, disability and/or sexual orientation.','Law Enforcement Security Screener
Federal Reserve Bank of Kansas City
Website : https://www.kansascityfed.org/
The Federal Reserve was established by Congress and signed by President Woodrow Wilson in 1913. It was preceded by financial panics, bank failures and business bankruptcies that severely disrupted the economy. There were two prior attempts at establishing central banks.