Passionate about precision medicine and advancing the healthcare industry?

Recent advancements in underlying technology have finally made it possible for AI to impact clinical care in a meaningful way. Tempus' proprietary platform connects an entire ecosystem of real-world evidence to deliver real-time, actionable insights to physicians, providing critical information about the right treatments for the right patients, at the right time.

Responsibilities

  • Oversees the day-to-day security operations of the Research Triangle Park office including monitoring camera and access control systems, organizing and coordinating facilities operations, staff supervision, and emergency response.
  • Create/maintain cardholder profiles, badges, and access levels. Manage the personnel clearance program and physical security programs within all Tempus facilities.
  • Perform security system audits as required including following up on employee terminations and subsequent recovery of assigned company assets.
  • Participates in regular staff training sessions to ensure ongoing awareness and understanding of safety and security principles such as new hire orientation, active shooter, CPR, First Aid, etc.
  • Respond to emergency situations including, but not limited to, safety hazards, fires, medical emergencies and threats to life and/or property.
  • Collaborate with multiple departments to ensure that the entire organization is following our Security Policies & Procedures so that we continue to have passing audits.
  • Stays informed about emerging privacy and security risks, industry trends, and best practices, and makes recommendations to enhance the organization's safety and security efforts.
  • Recommend new approaches, policies and procedures to effect continual improvements in the department and in the company as a whole.
  • Use OSINT tools and platforms to adequately monitor the threat environment and detect possible threats to Tempus and its assets.
  • Ability to work events, weekends, and holidays as needed.

Hours are Tuesday-Friday 3pm-11pm; Saturday 9am-5pm

Desired Skills and Experience

  • Bachelor’s degree
  • 5+ years physical security/access control/project management experience including badging, access control, and the monitoring of IP based cameras. Ensure that people, property, protected information, and sensitive equipment are safe and secure during daily operations.
  • Demonstrated organization, facilitation, written and oral communication, and presentation skills. 
  • First responder/CPR certified.
  • Experience working with IP video and Security access systems such as HID, Brivo, Avigilon, Honeywell, etc. 
  • Knowledge of Slack and the Google Workspace including Gmail, Calendar, Meet, Chat, Drive, Docs, Sheets, Slides, Forms, Sites, and more.
  • Extraordinary communication and interpersonal skills with a customer service-oriented mindset. Ability to always provide great customer service to employees, visitors and business partners.
  • Excellent organizational and critical thinking skills, able to monitor work for quality as well as organized and thorough way of working.
  • True team player attitude with the ability to multitask. Must be able to work under time constraints, accomplish tasks with limited supervision, and respond to short-notice assignments.
  • Must be able to provide expertise, advice, training, and assistance on all security programs.
  • Proven problem-solving skills, including being able to identify issues and find suitable and creative solutions in a timely manner.

 

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