Security Surveillance Analyst - George Washington High School
GENERAL DEFINITION OF WORK Under the supervision of the Director I - School Safety and Security, the Security Surveillance Analyst will monitor and help maintain the security surveillance equipment within the school district.
ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS Maintain and monitor all security technology Responsible for updating security system software Responsible for organizing and assembling security systems technology; i.e., naming, moving, and position CCTV monitors, cameras, and DVRs Responsible for updates and installs of security systems Hardware Review security/surveillance camera footage to aid school administrators investigating school-based infractions or law enforcement investigating incidents related to students, staff and patrons for every school in the district Make student, staff, visitor Identification cards using ID Software and printer Monitor CCTV cameras live across all sites within the district from one central location Identify any threats or issues and inform the proper admin or security team about such issues Monitor social media to help identify any threats or issues that could be brought forth to Admin, School SRO, and the Director I - School Safety and Security Interpret, communicate and ensure compliance of assigned staff with security directives, policies, plans, and objectives Assist with planning, research, recommendation, and acquisition of new or upgraded hardware and software systems Perform other duties as assigned
KNOWLEDGE, SKILLS, AND ABILITIES Valid Driver’s License Must have a general knowledge of the practices, procedures, and strategies regarding the protection of buildings and grounds to provide effective security operations Able to effectively communicate in English, in both written and verbal forms Must be skilled in the use and operation of a closed-circuit television system, security software programs, and other emergency/security equipment. Must be familiar with HIKVISION security software Knowledge of cable runs and networking Knowledgeable of Fiber Optics, UTP, Cat6, Cat5 & RG-59 cables Must be familiar with DVRs and video recording software Must have knowledge of IP Cameras and video file conversion General Information Technology knowledge and skills Ability to learn complete building layouts for up to 14 school buildings, including knowledge of proper wing names and room numbers