Security Officer

Sandia Resort Casino Albuquerque , NM 87102

Posted 7 days ago



Position Summary

Responsible for maintaining a safe and secure environment for all patrons, associates, and company assets to fulfill the goals and objectives of the Security Department, Sandia Resort and Casino and the Pueblo of Sandia.

Supervision Exercised

Under direct supervision while working with the Security Lieutenant, and Security Sergeant.

Major Duties and Responsibilities

Provides customer service and assistance to patrons and employees of the casino and to members of the Pueblo of Sandia/Sandia Resort and Casino.
Provides for the safety and security of Pueblo and casino monetary and material assets.
Provides for the safety and security of employees, patrons, buildings, grounds and any and all property belonging to Sandia Resort and Casino and its patrons.
Responsible for deterring theft, criminal activity, vandalism, fire and illegal entry using procedures prescribed by the Chief of Security.
Responsible for performing foot or mobile patrol of buildings, grounds and other designated areas, indoors and outdoors, on a flexible schedule as directed by supervisory personnel.
Responsible for identifying and reporting equipment failures, broken fixtures, medical emergencies and any other irregularities noted during assigned shift.
On request, or by direction, provides security escort services for patrons to and from their vehicles.
When directed, provides security escort services for money transfers throughout the casino complex.
Provides witness and money verification services when directed.
Reports and assists in medical emergency situations as required or directed.
Responsible for attending prescribed training when scheduled.
If directed and deemed necessary, testifies in a court of law.
Documents incident reports and customer injuries.
Performs duties in accordance with the Standard and Emergency Operating Procedures of the Security Department.

Secondary Duties and Responsibilities

Perform additional duties and responsibilities as required or assigned including assignments in the Security Dispatch Center.

Monitors security, facilities, slots and transportation radios.
Dispatches officers and casino departments to requested areas.
Answers telephones, taking messages from officers calling in sick/late.
Makes emergency calls according to emergency situations in or around the casino.
Lost & found - keeping track of all lost and found items for the end of the month inventory, which is also taken care of by dispatch.
Files everyday paperwork turned in by officers at the end of their designated shift.


Taking requests for transportation pick-ups when requested by the Transportation Department.

Key Control: Distributing keys to officers as well as other departments.
Distributes radio units and flashlights. Maintains radio equipment in working order.
Performs clerical duties.
Relieves Administration support unit when necessary.
Performs data entry of security radio transmissions inside and outside the casino.
Performs additional duties and responsibilities as necessary, or assigned.
Report writing when required.
Responsible for notifying chain of command when emergencies occur.
Issues temporary identifications for employees.
Monitors Security Surveillance cameras.
Responsible for keeping necessary log sheets available for officers.
Issues report numbers for security department, always keeping track of information required for reports.
Performs errands for Lieutenants, Sergeants, and upper management when necessary.
Responsible for providing other departments with necessary information.
Types memos when requested by upper management.

Knowledge, Skills and Abilities

Ability to maintain a courteous and professional attitude when interacting with customers, employees and members of the Pueblo of Sandia.
Ability to investigate accidents and prepare written, legible accident/incident reports for submission to supervisory and management personnel.
Ability to acquire and maintain certification in Basic First Aid, CPR and Alcohol Server Certification through training provided by Sandia Resort and Casino.
Ability and willingness to work under direct supervision for extended periods of time which could include odd and unusual hours, flexible shift rotation and weekends.
Ability to work effectively within the guidelines set forth in the Pueblo of Sandia Employee Handbook and Security Department Standard and Emergency Operating Procedures.
Ability and willingness to maintain personal vehicle licensing and insurance requirements.
Ability and willingness to operate official vehicles in a safe and law-abiding manner when so assigned.
Ability to communicate accurately and effectively using radios, telephones and computers.
Ability to carry out directives and requests in a consistently professional manner.
Ability to perform the physical requirements stipulated for a security officer employed at Sandia Casino.


Minimum Qualifications, Education and Experience


High School Diploma, GED certification or equivalent.
Six (6) months experience in a customer oriented environment wherein the prospective employee had to interact with customers and employees on a daily basis in solving issues and providing prompt and courteous services.
Must possess and maintain a valid, unrestricted New Mexico Driver's License.


Six (6) months security experience, preferably in an Indian Gaming Facility environment.

Licensing Status

Must be able to obtain and maintain the required Gaming License.
Will require a post-offer, pre-employment and random drug screening.

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