Security Risk Analyst

Areas of concentration will include patterns of potential criminal activity, including fraud and theft, threats of workplace violence, potential malicious insider activity, and other suspicious activity. The Security Risk Analyst is expected to help develop and mature San Manuel's security analytics program, to include the development of an analytics IT platform, and the drafting of governance procedures.
The goal of the department is to deliver "best-in-class" security and customer service, in accordance with current policies, procedures, and established objectives. The Security Risk Analyst will have an instrumental role in developing this new capability within the DPS. The Security Risk Analyst will evaluate security risks and deliver actionable intelligence to key Tribal and Casino business leaders to inform their security-related decision-making.
Essential Duties & Responsibilities
Conducts threat analysis and risk assessments coordinating with law enforcement agencies, other DPS teams, and other Casino and Tribal departments, as needed.
Establishes relevant commercial and public data feeds and platform tools to facilitate basic analysis.
Serves on committees and law enforcement/private sector partnerships focused on terrorism liaison, physical security, asset protection, and workplace violence prevention.
Responsible for security risk monitoring and analysis.
Responsible for coordinating with loss prevention program in conjunction with other DPS components and related Tribal and Casino departments.
Participates in conducting physical security assessments for the Tribal Community, properties, and enterprises.
Supports and develops models to identify existing and emerging security risks; define metrics that influence risk mitigation decisions.
May be asked to assist other team members on major incidents and complex situations where their experience is required.
Maintains an on-call status and respond as requested.
Uses a variety of quality customer service oriented communication skills, and special techniques to interact formally and informally with community groups and customers of all backgrounds. Provides information about policies, procedures and ordnances as they affect the visiting public and maintains good public relations with internal customers and vendors.
Understands, applies and ensures the department's compliance with established professional standards, directives, approved procedures and policies, applicable federal and state regulations along with tribal ordinances and all Indian gaming related regulations.
Effectively manages their team's budget.
Represents the department publicly and serves as a key representative of the DPS's services to internal customers, vendors and visiting patrons.
Bachelor's Degree from an accredited institution is preferred; a degree or advanced certificate in Intelligence Analysis or related discipline is a plus. For exceptionally qualified individuals, experience in corporate risk intelligence may be substituted for college education.
Must have verifiable experience in conducting security threat analysis, assessment, and mitigation; this can be based on public sector, law enforcement, or corporate security experience.
Must have at least five (5) years recent experience in a public or private sector security related position.
Must be able to read, speak, and write intelligently in the English language. Bilingual abilities are a plus.
Must have documented, verifiable experience in drafting policies and procedures for an organization of comparable size to the San Manuel Department of Public Safety.
Knowledge of the security industry and developed relationships with a variety of security professionals is highly desired.
At the discretion of the San Manuel Tribal Gaming Commission you may be required to obtain and maintain a gaming license.
A qualified candidate/employee must have a valid driver's license with an acceptable driving record as determined by the company's insurance carrier.
San Manuel Band of Mission Indians and San Manuel Casino will make reasonable accommodations in compliance with the Americans with Disabilities Act of 1990.

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