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11 Maritime security jobs found

$57k-66k/year

  • Perform all regular full-time Patrol Officer duties, including patrol, traffic control, responding to calls for service, investigating traffic accidents and criminal offenses, issuing citations and warnings, serving subpoenas, making physical custody arrests with and without a warrant, transporting prisoners, testifying in court and before administrative bodies, making application for search warrants and arrest warrants, taking juveniles, intoxicated, or mentally ill persons into protective custody, writing investigative reports, conducting crime prevention surveys, responding to citizen inquiries, taking fingerprints of arrested persons, searching for latent fingerprints, searching for and collecting physical evidence at crime and accident scenes, performing various rescue and lifesaving tasks, controlling violent or resisting subjects, apprehending fleeing suspects on foot or in a motor vehicle, and participating in strenuous and physically demanding basic and in-serve training programs
Posted 3 days ago
Port Houston

Port Security Officer🇺🇸

Port Houston - Houston, TX

$12-25/hour

  • Assist the Facility Security Officers in ensuring compliance with the approved Facility Security Plans, as well as all other security-related policies and procedures
  • Actively patrol and monitor all port facilities to enforce security measures and protocols; work with Port Houston stakeholders and contractors to ensure compliance with the Facility Security Plans
Posted 3 days ago
  • In accordance with 33 CFR, has knowledge through training and shows proficiency with security measures outlined in 105.210.
  • Assists with access control measures at entry points per approved Facility Security Plan.
Posted 23 days ago
  • Respond to emergency calls and unusual situations; take the appropriate actions(s) to resolve.
  • Investigate accidents, crimes, and violations of Federal, State, and NC Ports ordinances/laws to ensure compliance.
Posted 23 days ago
Posted 1 month ago

$30k-57k/year

Posted 1 month ago

€3k-5k/month

  • HBO+ work and thinking level
  • Basic Audit training ISO 9001:2015, training PFSO, IMDG, SCOT, ADN, or the willingness to follow it
Posted 1 month ago

$3k-4k/month

  • Medical / Dental / Vision Insurance 
  • Health Savings Account (HSA)
Posted 2 months ago
  • In accordance with (IAW) 33 CFR: have knowledge through training and show proficiency with security measures outlined in 105.210.
  • Conduct patrols of facilities IAW requirements of the approved FSP. Ensure patrols are documented as required and report any issues or concerns to the Duty Supervisor.
Posted 2 months ago

$23/hour

  • Enforce all applicable port security-related federal, state, and local laws and regulations. Follows all security, traffic, and safety rules and regulations and engages in support activities for first responders.
Posted 2 months ago
Port of Los Angeles

Port Police Officer🇺🇸

Port of Los Angeles - Los Angeles, CA

$62k-99k/year

  • Patrolling the Port's 43 miles of waterfront by boat, helicopter, automobile, and bicycle.
  • Monitoring vessel berthings to ensure safe docking.
Posted 3 months ago
Port Houston
Port Houston Police Officer
Port Houston - Posted 3 days ago
$57k-66k/year  + Equity

Full-time

Houston, TX

Category
Police Officer
Career Level
Mid-Level, Senior
Company size
56k employees

Deadline:  February 27, 2023

Port:  Houston

Police Officer Job description

Port Houston is the advocate and a strategic leader of the Houston Ship Channel, one of the most powerful economic engines in the state and the country. Port Houston owns and operates the public wharves and terminals along the Houston Ship Channel, including the area’s largest breakbulk facility and two of the most efficient container terminals in the country.

Through our leadership and our work, we help ensure the nation’s busiest waterway stays running to benefit the customers of the public facilities we operate, our surrounding communities and industries, and our region. Port Houston exists to move the world and drive regional prosperity.

The work we do helps build up our local community, supports the economy, bolsters goodwill for the state of Texas, and influences the outlook of the entire region. And this is only the beginning! Our best accomplishments are ahead of us as we expand the Houston Ship Channel and widen its reach to become America’s distribution hub for the next generation.

Who you are:

You are more than the work you do. We want your work at Port Houston to be more than a job – we want it to be a fulfilling experience where you find challenging and rewarding opportunities, respect among colleagues, competitive pay, benefits that protect you and your family, and a high-performance culture that values your contributions and helps you reach your career goals.

Sound like the place for you?

Position Summary:

Provides police services for Port Houston tenants, visitors, employees, dock, and stevedore personnel, visiting ships and crews. Ensures safety of tenants and assets, visiting dignitaries, security of physical structures and equipment. Requires adherence and compliance to United States Code of Federal Regulations, 33 CFR 105.

Key Responsibilities/Duties:

  • Perform all regular full-time Patrol Officer duties, including patrol, traffic control, responding to calls for service, investigating traffic accidents and criminal offenses, issuing citations and warnings, serving subpoenas, making physical custody arrests with and without a warrant, transporting prisoners, testifying in court and before administrative bodies, making application for search warrants and arrest warrants, taking juveniles, intoxicated, or mentally ill persons into protective custody, writing investigative reports, conducting crime prevention surveys, responding to citizen inquiries, taking fingerprints of arrested persons, searching for latent fingerprints, searching for and collecting physical evidence at crime and accident scenes, performing various rescue and lifesaving tasks, controlling violent or resisting subjects, apprehending fleeing suspects on foot or in a motor vehicle, and participating in strenuous and physically demanding basic and in-serve training programs
  • Patrol Port Houston properties using a Port Houston Police Unit to maintain traffic control, visually and physically inspect perimeter fencing and unmanned gates for signs of tampering, damage and/or unauthorized entry attempts and any breach of security
  • Physically check buildings and facilities for occupancy and insure they are locked and secured when empty and unoccupied
  • Make frequent inspections of all offices, security cages, warehouses (to include waterfront and rail side area); check for fire, pilferage, vandalism, damage, etc.
  • Maintain area checks of entire facilities and perimeters of all leased tenant properties, wharfs, staging areas, parking lots, turnstiles, administration facilities, construction areas, and restricted areas
  • Conduct, assist and enforce in all TWIC verification as needed
  • Closely monitor and operate radio communications and telephone equipment with professionalism
  • Escort visitors, oversize vehicles and equipment from gates to destination on property as necessary; transport individuals to work area as directed
  • Investigate incidents/accidents and prepare reports in a timely manner
  • Assist shift supervisor, other Police Officers and Security Officers at the gates as required in relaying instructions, assisting in berthing of vessels, etc.
  • Assist the Port Houston Fire & Marine Department in traffic control as needed
  • Provide agency assist to outside agencies and needed and directed by shift supervisor or duty Sergeant
  • Assist contract security as needed and directed by shift supervisor and duty Sergeant
  • Control vehicular traffic as needed to avoid and/or clear congestion, issue safety violations for pedestrian or parking violations
  • Monitor and direct traffic and manage empty yard queues to prevent traffic obstructions
  • Monitor, note, report, and investigate suspicious persons and situations, safety hazards and unusual or illegal activity in patrol area
  • Comply with all provisions of the Port Houston Police Manual and Port Houston employee handbook
  • Comply with regulations according to 33 CFR 105 regulations in serving declaration of security (DOS)
  • Enforce applicable State Law to include making arrests, if necessary
  • Act in accordance with Port Houston core values (respect, excellence, accountability, diligence, and you)
  • Perform other duties as required

 Education/Experience:

·     High School diploma or GED equivalent required

·     2+ years of related law enforcement experience required

o  Officer 1 designated as 0 – less than 5 years in Officer title

o  Officer 2 designated as 5 – less than 15 years in Officer title

o  Officer 3 designated as 15– less than 20 years in Officer title

o  Officer 4 designated as 20+ years in Officer Title

·     TCOLE Peace Officer license required

 Knowledge, Skills, Abilities and Behaviors:

  • Knowledge of Texas Penal Code; Texas Transportation Code; Texas Code of Criminal Procedures
  • Knowledge of investigation techniques
  • Knowledge of Department SOP's, Policies and Procedures, Rules and Regulations
  • Knowledge of and skill in the use of force, weapons, equipment and related field law enforcement techniques and equipment to direct, and be able to apply, appropriate level/type of force
  • Verbal and written communication skills
  • Ability to work under stressful conditions.
  • Ability to perform multiple tasks without supervision, after training, to successfully dock and undock sea-going motor vessels.
  • Ability to observe, detect, and discern the potentiality of threats to assets, persons, property, vessels and act to prevent or thwart same.
  • Ability to work all posts within the of the Port Houston Police department
  • Ability to maintain Departmental Firearms proficiency
  • Ability to participate in mandatory overtime as needed to maintain effective and efficient patrol
  • Ability to work under stressful situations
  • Ability to write reports
  • Ability to multitask assignments
  • Ability to display tact
  • Ability to make sound decisions
  • A current, valid Texas driver's license is required
  • A Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC) must be obtained within 30 days of appointment, and be maintained for the duration of employment
  • Considered essential employees and may be required to work on holidays, evenings, nights, and be immediately recalled for emergencies at any time. They must remain available and "on call" 24 hours a day, 365 days a year, dependent on emergency monitoring drug and alcohol testing consistent with the Port Houston Drug and Alcohol-Free Workplace Standards

Key Competencies Required:

  • Flexible and Adaptive
  • Customer Focus
  • Ethics and Values
  • Composure Under Stress
  • Technical/Professional Knowledge and Skills
  • Attention to Detail

Physical Demands:

Medium Work – Exerts up to 40 pounds of force occasionally, up to 20 pounds of force frequently, and/or a negligible amount of force constantly having to move objects. If the use of arm and/or leg controls requires exertion of forces greater than that for the Sedentary Work category and the worker sits most of the time, the job is rated Medium Work.

Port Houston proudly embraces diversity and Equal Employment Opportunity. Our teams reflect our commitment to celebrating diversity and creating an equitable and inclusive environment for all employees. We do not discriminate based upon race, religion, color, national origin, gender (including pregnancy, childbirth, or related medical conditions), sexual orientation, gender identity, gender expression, age, status as a protected veteran, status as an individual with a disability, or other applicable legally protected characteristics.

Disclaimer:

The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this job. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.