• Safety and Security Manager*

    Job Locations US-NH-Portsmouth
    # of Openings
  • Overview

    Integral Consuting Services, Inc. is currently seeking a Safety and Security Manager to join a team performing work in support of the U.S. Department of State (DOS);This is a fast paced, high impact opportunity requiring a motivated candidate ready to add value to the team.


    The Safety and Security Manager is responsible for the maintenance, implementation and improvement of facility safety and security programs, by means of training, inspection, citation, reporting and continual improvement through research, outreach and observation. The Safety and Security Manager shall be responsible and accountable for safety and security program management efforts and satisfying all related program requirements. The Safety and Security Manager shall be initially focused on and based out of the NVC, with the ability to coordinate, manage, and oversee efforts at both centers. The Safety and Security Manager shall possess / maintain an active SECRET security clearance.




    • Safety and security program management, to include compliance with Federal and local workforce and emergency preparedness regulations and leading practices.
    • Responsible for maintaining all safety and security processes, materials, and other program components pertinent to center operations in accordance with all ongoing updates to Federal safety, health, and security policies.
    • Develop and administer a program wherein staff receive timely safety and security training upon hire and refresher training thereafter.
    • Develop and administer a program wherein designated safety wardens receive advanced training on safety and security regulations and the identification of safety and security concerns.
    • Conduct periodic inspection of physical assets not already inspected by the A-Bureau Facilities Manager (i.e., ladders, chairs, shelving, etc.) for potential safety hazards and report defective property to the Government.
    • Conduct spot check monitoring of work areas, with a focus on “white powder” type incidents and OSHA safety standards.
    • Support Government efforts to create and maintain facility-wide preparedness for FEAP (Facility Emergency Action Plan) implementation.
    • Coordinate with local, state and Federal law enforcement officials to prepare for emergency response contingencies.
    • Develop safety and security incident reports that include specific details of any incident, to include affected parties, incident description, and other pertinent information.
    • Develop safety and security post-incident reports that include specific details on all actions taken in response to an incident and proposed actions to prevent a similar incident from reoccurring.
    • Provide safety and security training to each new employee no later than three (3) business days after the employee’s start date, and refresher training to all employees not less than annually.
    • Perform safety and security functions shall be available to travel for training and liaising with safety and security stakeholders.
    • Provide a snapshot of ongoing safety and security program activities.


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