Goodwill Industries of Central Texas
At Goodwill, we know Results Matter; it’s one of our 3 Guiding Principles. We run successful businesses that give people the opportunity to work and meet community needs. Each of us impacts our mission and we take pride in operating with integrity and owning our results. We operate diverse business units, including retail, manufacturing, and program services in over 100 locations in SE WI and Metro Chicago. We are currently recruiting for a Vice President of Security to ensure safety for our operations.
The Vice President of Security will set our long term strategic vision and oversee planning for the security and safety of employees, facilities, assets, customers, vendors, and participants. In this position, you will align financial and operational performance to create economic value and reports to the executive team on all functions of security.
Some key responsibilities will include:
-Leading operational risk management activities to include business continuity planning, loss prevention, asset protection, video surveillance, threat management, safety, medical, and more.
-Identify safety and protection goals, objectives, and metrics
-Coordinate security efforts across the company and work with other executives to prioritize security and safety initiatives
-Leading and developing talent: Directs organizational design for multiple departments, overseeing development and training of staff to include Safety/Medical, Asset Protection, and Security teams
-Will act as the Goodwill Insider Threat Program Senior Official
-Long term, this position will provide ongoing oversight and education for all cybersecurity activities, including PCI compliance, network security and more.
Exceptional candidates will possess a Bachelor’s degree in Business, Security Management or Emergency Planning; coupled with a minimum of 10 years of experience in security or related role, with experience in business continuity planning and risk assessment. Additional certifications listed below are highly desirable.
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We are accepting applications through March 30, 2018.
1. Bachelor’s Degree in Business, Security Management or Emergency Planning required and a minimum of 10 years’ experience in security or related role in a service related industry.
2. Should have experience with business continuity planning, auditing and risk management as well as contract and vendor negotiation.
3. Must have strong working knowledge of pertinent law and the law enforcement community as well as Safety rates, OSHA, DOT and EPA requirements, worker’s compensation, PCI compliance, PII/HIPPA requirements, information technology and information security and liability injuries.
4. Certification in any of the following is desirable: Certified Protection Professional (CPP), Certified Fraud Examiner (CFE), Professional Certified Investigator (PCI) Business Continuity Planner, Certified Information Systems Security Professional (CISSP) or FEMA training with emphasis on Incident Command Structure (ICS).
5. Must hold a Federal security clearance of at least interim secret clearance.
1. Strategic Mindset: Develops and integrates organizational strategies to achieve and sustain competitive advantage. Explores future scenarios and leverages organizations differentiators to develop viable long term strategy. Adjusts business strategies in response to changing market dynamics and business need.
2. Drives Vision and Purpose: Demonstrates and a commitment to the organizations purpose and vision and ensures clarity around mission, vision and the guiding principles. Articulates with energy and optimism a compelling vision of the positive impact the organization.
3. Business Insight: Demonstrates thorough business/industry knowledge and can synthesize business information and respond to changing market dynamics effectively. Proactively monitors external factors and policies that may affect the organization. Uses knowledge to plan work and guide decision making.
4. Courage: Fosters a culture that supports people taking well-reasoned risks, regardless of outcome and appropriately advocates for decisions that are for the good of the organization. Confronts actions that are inconsistent with the Guiding Principles and demonstrates the ability to provide leadership through high-stakes situations, crises, or conditions of uncertainty.
CORE CULTURAL COMPETENCIES:
1. Customer Focus: Fosters a customer service-focused environment with a sense of urgency and importance of meeting the customer’s needs. Establishes organizational partnerships with key customers and ensures resources and support are focused on meeting customer needs.
2. Values Differences: Cultivates an environment that makes all people feel valued and that encourages and supports diversity and inclusion. Sponsors and mentors people from a variety of backgrounds and perspectives. Applies understanding of cultural differences to create value and help meet business goals.
3. Communicates Effectively: Promotes a free flow of information throughout the organization and demonstrates candor and openness when discussing major organizational initiatives. Creates venues for constructive dialogue and ensures organizational information is cascaded to a wide variety of audiences at all levels.
4. Situational Adaptability: Demonstrates flexibility in a changing, competitive environment and initiates change in response to the cues in the external environment. Adapts leadership style in response to a broad range of situations and challenges that ingrains flexibility within the organizations structures, systems and culture.
5. Drives Results: Drives organization to achieve results that have a direct impact on business performance. Pushes the organization to move forward in difficult circumstances and eliminates obstacles that affect organizational performance.
6. Ensures Accountability: ensures the organization meets commitments and holds leaders accountable for team performance. Sets and monitors goals that align with organizational strategy creating an environment of accountability for meeting agreed upon expectations and performance expectations.
1. Ability to travel to various sites.
2. Protective clothing must be worn as necessary.
Goodwill is an Equal Opportunity/Affirmative Action employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, sex, color, religion, national origin, sexual orientation, gender identity, disability, veteran status or any other characteristic protected by federal, state or local law. If you are an individual with a disability and need assistance or an accommodation during the application process, please call 414-847-4131 or email email@example.com. For more information on EEO and other rights, please click here
For almost six decades, Goodwill Central Texas has relentlessly focused on a single goal: empowering people to work. The extremely high levels of unemployment among segments of our community are unacceptable, specifically for those people who have disabilities, lack education, have criminal backgrounds, or are facing homelessness. We believe everyone matters, and that advancing business and valuing our earth leads to stronger communities where individuals and families thrive. More than 100,000 Central Texans are unable to find stable employment on their own. Our education and job training, retail stores and business services, and community partnerships enable us do whatever it takes to transform lives through the power of work. Our Culture Goodwill Central Texas is distinguished through its fully inclusive culture. We maintain a positive and open work environment. Culture starts with a value system, and supporting these values through action is the ultimate challenge. Goodwill embraces an important concept called ‘servant leadership.’ Through this approach, the leaders of our organization are actually at the bottom of an inverted organizational chart. It is their primary duty to serve, coach and enable employees to succeed. Although leaders may set the standards, it is up to them to continue to nurture them. We are often mentally, if not physically, somewhere else as we move to the next crisis. “Being” is a challenge most of us do not meet when interacting with one another. To quote author James A. Autry, “there are five ways of being” that must be fulfilled if one is to embrace this approach—they are not easy.