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    Security Screener Supervisor
    Fed Air Security Corporation
    210 S. De Lacey Ave
    Pasadena, CA 91105
    Fax: 626-685-9118

    Salary: $36,400 to $56,400
    Email: [email protected]

    Locations:
    San Francisco, California
    Jackson Hole, Wyoming
    Kansas City, Missouri
    Tupelo, Mississippi
    Rochester NY

    Job Status: Full Time

    Job Type: Employee

    Job Description

    As a Security Screener Supervisor will play a key role in the enforcement of new, more stringent federal guidelines with regard to baggage screening. In this role, you will be expected to assist your management team with operational issues, as well as mentoring, coaching and training new staff. Specific duties will include:

    Coaching, supervising and ensuring the performance and training of all screening personnel who provide the frontline security and protection of air travelers, airplanes and airports.

    Identifying dangerous or deadly objects in baggage, cargo and on passengers and preventing those objects from being transported onto the aircraft.

    Performing this security mission in a courteous, efficient and professional manner. You will supervise the members of your staff who will use diverse, cutting edge electronic detection and imaging equipment.

    At some point, you may be required to obtain a security clearance to participate in or attend meetings where classified information is provided.

    Minimum Job Requirements
    Possess a high school diploma or general education diploma or have one year of any type of work experience that demonstrates the applicant's ability to perform the work of the position.

    Be a U.S. Citizen.

    Pass a background and security investigation, including a criminal records check, in accordance with Federal law and standards established by the Transportation Security Administration.

    Pass a Drug and Alcohol Screening

    Possess certain basic aptitudes and physical abilities as measured through a medical examination. These include color perception, visual and aural acuity, physical coordination, and motor skills, to the following standards:

    Be able to distinguish objects on the screening equipment monitor at the appropriate imaging standard as specified by the Transportation Security Administration;

    Be able to distinguish each color displayed on every type of screening equipment and explain what each color signifies;

    Be able to hear and respond to the spoken voice and to audible alarms generated by screening equipment in an active checkpoint environment;

    Be able efficiently and thoroughly to manipulate and handle baggage, containers, and other objects subject to security processing; and

    Have sufficient dexterity and capability thoroughly to conduct hand-metal detector and pat down search procedures over an individual’s entire body.

    Be able to read, speak, and write English well enough to:

    Carry out written and oral instructions regarding the proper performance of screening duties;

    Read English language identification media, credentials, airline tickets, and labels on items normally encountered in the screening process;

    Provide direction to and understand and answer questions from English-speaking individuals undergoing screening; and

    Write incident reports and statements and log entries into security records in the English language.

    Any applicant tentatively selected for this position will be subject to a pre-employment or pre-appointment drug screening. Persons occupying these positions will be subject to random drug and/or alcohol testing.

    Pass a Federal Civil Aviation Security Screener Aptitude test. The test will measure:

    Aptitude necessary to conduct screening;

    Ability to deal effectively with the public; and

    English proficiency.

    You must also be able to work all of the following:

    Irregular hours and/or shifts

    Holidays and weekends

    Overtime

    Extended hours

    In addition, you must successfully complete required training:

    40 hours of classroom training, and

    60 hours of on-the-job training, and

    A certification examination.

    Continued employment will be contingent upon passing recurrent training and certification exams on a periodic basis.

    Contact Information

    Please submit your resume to:

    Email: [email protected]
    Fax: 626.685.9118
    Mail: Fed Air Security Corporation
    210 S De Lacey Ave
    Pasadena, Ca 91105
    Attn: Human Resources
    Kevin Woodside
    The Blue Line: Police Opportunity Monitor Newsletter, Publisher
    http://www.theblueline.com

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      If those morphidites would get their computers on line, I will go for testing, interviews, etc. But they can not give me a time to go, until they are back on line. Been trying for over 2 weeks, and it is getting aggravating!!! That, and being on hold for over half an hour each time I call!!!!

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