Curaleaf is a leading vertically integrated medical and wellness cannabis operator in the United States, Curaleaf Holdings, Inc., (CSE: CURA) (OTCQX: CURLF). It is a high-growth cannabis company with a national brand known for quality, trust, and reliability. The company is positioned in highly populated, limited license states, and currently operates in 12 states with 52 dispensaries, 14 cultivation sites and 14 processing sites. Curaleaf has the executive expertise and research and development capabilities to provide leading service, selection, and accessibility across the medical and adult-use markets, as well as the standalone CBD category.  

The Security Officer works within Curaleaf’s Security Team and is responsible for ensuring company facilities, employees, and products are well secured in accordance with established procedures and policies. The Security Officer is responsible for conducting security checks, viewing security monitors, and reporting significant problems to authorities, state regulators and Company leaders assigned as first point of contact. The Security Officer will also complete scheduled security reports and assist company personnel with special needs as needed. The Security Officer reports to the Safety and Security Manager.

 Requirements

  • Secures premises and personnel by patrolling property; monitoring surveillance equipment
  • Inspecting building, equipment, and access points; permitting entry
  • Responsible for managing employee access cards by activating new key cards and deactivating key cards when employees terminate from the company; setting proper access controls based on employee’s role
  • Participates in routine safety equipment checks to ensure security equipment is functioning properly and is regularly maintained, following manufacturer’s instructions
  • Monitors and authorizes entrance and departure of employees, visitors, vendors and other persons, asking for appropriate documentation and/or authorization in order to stop suspicious people and guard against theft and maintaining security of premises
  • Investigates and reports disturbances, hazards, and suspicious activities to local police for correction actions
  • Writes reports of daily activities and irregularities, such as security / surveillance equipment or property damage, theft, presence of unauthorized persons, or unusual occurrences in a timely and accurate manner and within established protocols and guidelines
  • Prepares monthly reporting on access controls and inspections
  • Ensures reports, records and other documentation is accurate, complete, timely and in accordance with established policies and procedures
  • Maintains company’s stability and reputation by complying with local, state and federal laws and regulations
  • Monitor compliance and safety practices and recommend means and methods to improve overall operations
  • Other duties as assigned

Requirements

  • High school diploma or GED required
  • Two years prior experience as a safety or security professional, law enforcement or military experience preferred
  • Ability to handle typical and crisis situations efficiently and effectively
  • Ability to handle confidential information with integrity
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and Outlook
  • Proven surveillance skills, attentive to detail
  • Proactive in auditing security issues on a daily basis
  • Knowledge of security equipment and devices and the operation thereof
  • Demonstrated ability to enforce security and safety procedures
  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing with staff, patients and the public
  • Training and certification in First Aid, and CPR preferred
  • Must be able to successfully pass an extensive criminal history check, clear of any felony convictions

 

Curaleaf is an Equal Opportunity Employer

 

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