Double Good’s mission is to create joy. We create joy with our delectable and award-winning popcorn. We create joy with our easy-to-use fundraising platform that raises a meaningful amount of money for youth sports and activities, empowering kids to pursue their dreams. We create joy through our Kids Foundation which hosts Double Good Days events across the country to bring all-ability fun to children with special needs and their families. 

As featured on the Today Show, Double Good is not just about the product; we have a strong social mission.

In recent years, Double Good has seen 40% year over year growth, and we’re excited about our future! We’re excited about the possibility of you joining our mission. Our Security Guard role is responsible for the safety of any person who is in our production facility building. We prioritize the safety of our employees and this position would ensure that safety. Creating joy is only possible if we are putting the safety of our employees first.    

 

Location: This role will support security services within our Burr Ridge and Elmhurst locations based on business needs. This hours for this role are 1:00pm - 9:30pm, Monday - Friday. 

About the role: 

  • Responsible for the main employee entrance, checking in the temporary workers at the employee entrance, and checking in visitors to the main building. Responsible for making sure that any non- Double Good employees are signing in to Swiped On 
  • Ensure the security, safety, and well-being of all personnel, visitors and the premises
  • Patrol and monitor the building, grounds and parking lots 
  • Secure premises and personnel by controlling entry and screening all visitors per district policy.
  • Detect, and report unauthorized or suspicious persons, vehicles and activities
  • Monitor surveillance and security alarm systems, communicating necessary information
  • Assist staff in crisis and emergency situations
  • Assist with planning, coordinating and working special events and projects
  • Assist with investigations as needed and assigned 
  • Provide crowd control for and traffic control for events/activities (as assigned) to ensure compliance with DG safety and security procedures 
  • Control traffic flow in the parking lot by talking with drivers to ensure that all entrances and exits, in the parking lot, are accessible 
  • Escort discharged staff, trespassers, and other unwelcome parties off of the premises.
  • Design, develops, and implements security protocols
  • Draft, maintains, and updates security procedures and documentation
  • Perform other job-related duties as assigned 

What qualifications you will need:

  • Demonstrated success as a security officer, security guard, police officer, loss prevention specialist, ideally with 4+ years’ experience
  • Outstanding attention to detail, observation, and surveillance
  • Great interpersonal and communication skills
  • High school diploma or GED or equivalent experience which developed the ability to perform tasks required by a security officer 
  • Excellent problem solving and people management skills
  • Above average computer skills and knowledge with Microsoft Office Suite, electronic monitoring and programming software
  • Ability to review and evaluate operating procedures and recommend improvements
  • Ability to prepare and brief high level and sensitive information reports as required
  • Ability to multitask while working on a computer and monitoring several technology outlets
  • Strong people and process management skills

Bonus points if:

  • Trained in First Aid
  • Experience in surveillance systems
  • Advanced training or certification in security 
  • Background in Law Enforcement or Military 
  • Associate’s degree in Law Enforcement or Criminal Justice

Physical Requirements

  • Prolonged periods sitting at a desk and working on a computer
  • Ability to move throughout the manufacturing facility while adhering to safety procedures

About Double Good:

We’re on a mission to create more joy in people’s lives, and that includes our internal employees. We create a place people love to be a part of, where people can discover and practice their unique skill sets, a place where they can contribute and do their best work. We do this by offering our employees: 

Benefits and Perks:

  • Medical, Dental, Vision insurance
  • Flexible Spending Account / Health Savings Account
  • 401k with 4% Company Match
  • Generous PTO
  • 11 Holidays in the year
  • Paid Parental Leave
  • Comprehensive Employee Assistance Program (EAP) available to all employees 24/7
  • Company sponsored disability and life insurance 
  • Monthly Popcorn Allowance (yup, free popcorn)
  • Volunteer opportunities with charity partners and the Double Good Kids Foundation
  • Company events (Happy Hours, Ice Cream Trucks, Summer Shindig, Holiday Party)

We are an equal opportunity employer and value diversity at our company. We want our employees to reflect the diverse communities we serve. We embrace the uniqueness in everyone, and we encourage each person to be their true selves. Your age, skin color, beliefs, sexual orientation, nationality, disability, parental status, vet status, gender identity are valued here. We do not stand for discrimination or harassment of any kind. Come as you are.

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