GROW YOUR CAREER WITH TRIOVEST AS SENIOR MANAGER, SECURITY & LIFE SAFETY
Reporting to the Vice President, Property Management, and based out of Atrium (595 Bay Street, Toronto), the Senior Manager, Security & Life Safety is responsible for managing the Security & Life Safety program at three high-profile Triovest properties in downtown Toronto. The position is tasked with managing all operational aspects of the Security and Life Safety program, a critical component being quality assurance to ensure overall compliance with required standards and industry best practice. The position will establish and maintain key contacts with internal, tenant, public authority, supplier, and security industry stakeholders. In addition, ensuring that each property maintains the appropriate state of readiness in respect to its ability to manage the evolving security risk & threat environment as well as respond to a wide range of potentially adverse incidents.
WHAT WILL YOU BE DOING?
Manage the various property security & life safety programs to ensure that they remain current and aligned with the needs of the property, Triovest standards and industry best practice.
Assist General Managers with development and roll out of building response plans, ie. Continuity Plan, Pandemic Plan, Building Resilience Plan,
Ensure operational and fiscal efficiencies.
Develop, implement and monitor operational procedures, processes and standards to ensure ongoing and effective security management practice.
Ensure that each property maintains a current set of property specific Post Orders which address the specific needs of the property and based upon Triovest approved Security Standards and/or applicable legislation.
Ensure that all security guard service providers ensure that contract deliverables align with the applicable Post orders.
Ensure that each property has a functioning Emergency Management Team (EMT) and that said teams are properly trained and fully conversant with the property Emergency Management Plan (EMP).
Provide ongoing support and counsel to property management stakeholders on security-related issues.
Establish, maintain and leverage key property-level contacts (internal and external) and through regular interaction, provide and maintain a high level of security service at the property.
Management of security-related work projects, with an emphasis on continuous improvement and maximization of value.
Contribute towards future planning, maintenance, expansion, and integration of security-related systems and technology within the facility to ensure ongoing high standards, and cost-effective service.
Identify security incident trends so that the appropriate mitigation and/or response strategies can be enacted.
Ensure that each property can properly and effectively respond to calls for service and security-related incidents.
Be prepared to act as the Incident Commander in the event of a major emergency event.
Ensure that each security & life safety contract has a clearly defined scope of work and associated KPI’s (Key Performance Indicator’s) which out the various contract deliverables.
Establish regularly scheduled meetings with service providers to review KPI performance and ensure that problem areas are being properly addressed in a timely manner.
Notify property management of chronic problems related to contract performance.
Budget & Administration
Contribute towards and administer the Security & Life Safety department annual operating and capital budgets and associated financial reporting.
Optimize revenues and expenditures to leverage maximum value for the property. Prepare, implement and monitor new revenue-generating or cost-cutting ideas for the department.
Prepare, review, distribute and file, correspondence and other pertinent communications
Fire & Life Safety
Ensure that each property has an approved and current Fire Safety Plan (FSP).
Assist building operations staff to ensure that the management and maintenance of all fire suppression systems and equipment at each property is in full compliance with the FSP and applicable legislation.
Assume responsibility of the Building Fire Plan and Tenant Fire Warden Plan at each property and that said plans remains in full compliance with the approved FSP and applicable legislation.
Health & Safety
Involvement in Joint Health & Safety Committee (JH&SC) and support of JH&S program to ensure occupational safety is prioritized and effectively practiced throughout all areas of property operations.
Assist others in conducting risk assessments in common areas and tenant leased premises for the purposes of identifying and correcting hazardous, unsafe working conditions.
WHAT ARE WE LOOKING FOR?
We believe success in this role will demonstrate itself through the following attributes and skills:
A dedication to providing exceptional service, every day.
The ability to adapt to change in a positive way and deliver successful results within a given time frame.
A team-oriented approach to meeting goals and objectives.
A willingness to admit mistakes and easily digest constructive feedback, using it as a learning opportunity.
The ability to perform with exceptional integrity, always striving to do the right thing and help to create an environment built on trust, honesty and respect.
Must be inclusive and supportive of the diversity within the Triovest team.
Must have an even temperament with an ability to control emotions without retaliating against negative behaviour.
Excellent communication skills by using language effectively to gather information and facilitate an exchange of ideas.
Ability to influence by enlisting the support and cooperation of others and encourage them to be proactive.
Take initiative and be proactive when suggesting improvements and solving problems.
Proven leadership abilities by establishing and guiding a team effort that promotes common goal.
Ability to manage multiple projects simultaneously and to prioritize workload accordingly.
To fulfill this role successfully, you should demonstrate the following minimum qualifications:
A College diploma (or equivalent business management qualification) in Security/Life Safety, Risk Management or Criminology-related discipline.
ASIS Board Certified as a CPP (Certified Protection Professional), PSP (Physical Security Professional) or APP (Associate Protection Professional) is preferred.
Five (5) years of security management experience, ideally at a property or properties of complex scope (i.e. large office environment).
Proficient in basic accounting including the development and administration of capital and operational department budget.
Good working knowledge of MS Word, Excel, PowerPoint and Outlook.
Thorough knowledge of security technology (i.e. CCTV, Access Control, Intrusion) and other security-related systems.
Good knowledge and understanding of applicable federal, provincial and municipal legislation (i.e. Trespass to Property Act, Criminal Code, Mental Health Act, Liquor Control Act, Use of Force guideline).
Sound knowledge of industry techniques and emergent trends in Security Management.
Project management experience by bringing together every component of a project, including resources or planning, that are needed to complete it in a timely manner.
Triovest is a Canadian commercial real estate advisory firm with over $10 billion of assets under management and $2 billion in active development. We believe that the quality of our people directly impacts the quality of our work, therefore we place a high value on attracting and retaining exceptional individuals. Triovest fosters a hands-on approach to value creation for our clients through innovation and collaboration. Learn more about Triovest by visiting our website.
The successful candidate will be expected to consistently conduct themselves in alignment with Triovest Core Values of:
Triovest will be recognized as the entrepreneurial leader in institutional real estate driving superior returns by combining local intelligence with deep expertise.
We create sustainable places that enhance communities and enrich relationships.
Accommodation for applicants with disabilities during the recruitment, assessment, and/or selection process is available. Triovest is an equal opportunity employer and we are committed to providing an inclusive and accessible environment, where everyone feels valued and respected.