Responsible for the administrative, analytical and intelligence components of Company’s security efforts.
Covers a range of security administrative, operational and analytical functions dealing with the day-to-day business operations of the department; facilities access control, event management, travel security, executive protection, training and liaison.
Seeking individuals actively analyzing in the intelligence community
Preferred experience in a government agency
Targeted start date: Februrary 1, 2019
ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES include the following. Other duties may be assigned.
NASCAR Intelligence Analysts should be aware of topics related to all crimes, all hazards, terrorist trends, tactics, practices; and existing and emerging first responder tactics, considerations, resources, and equipment; including Open Source, Threats, Events and Incidents, Trends and Potentials, Capabilities and Intentions and Indications and Warnings
Provide key NASCAR personnel with and support our industry by forwarding vetted data including Emails, Alerts, Warnings, Advisories, Bulletins and Briefings
Collaborate and Liaison with State, Local, Federal Agencies through attending meetings, seminars, training and liaise with local, state, and federal agencies that have all hazards preparedness and prevention responsibilities.
Support Intelligence Requirements and Training through Providing and/or facilitate ongoing training and information to various personnel regarding hazards, crime, terrorist tactics, techniques, and procedures.
Enhance Actionable Intelligence by ensuring that stakeholders are response ready and have regular updates on threats with potential life safety consequences; including Lead Generation, Tips, Early Warning and Training
Maintain situational awareness to respond to large-scale incidents and investigations involving CBRNE, WMD, MCI, Terrorism and provide support to First Responders, NASCAR Security, Executive Management, and others; through following tools, Safety Bulletins, Resource Status, Incident Updates and Subject Matter Information
Prepares and maintains content folders and electronic files for each event (including Track Security and Safety Plans, Emergency Action Plans, passes, event schedules, track and public safety contacts, crime patterns, threat assessments, firearms qualifications, health certifications, and unique issues).
Manages and maintains multiple security access control systems for NASCAR's facilities
Administers department's background screening program, from performing checks to managing charge-backs and billing. Including:
- Prepares a summary of background check approvals
- Maintains all confidential investigative files.
Monitors, tracks and analyzes costs for budget categories to alert Vice President/Chief Security Officer of potential overruns for cost containment.
Updates and maintains department websites (internal and external)
Prepares and coordinates the annual Security Summits (website registration, hotel reservations, badges, site selection, meals, contract, program materials and vendor participation).
Travel to establish and operate Security Command Center as needed.
Prepares presentations, charts, and layouts for Vice President/Chief Security Officer incorporating independent research.
Conduct project planning, technical research, cost analysis for presentation to Vice President/Chief Security Officer on topics as assigned.
Arranges meetings, assembles background materials, conducts research, prepares agenda and notifies participants of meeting and topics to be discussed.
Receives incoming mail and internal correspondence and establishes controls on certain items. Processes outgoing mailings.
Works closely with Vice President/Chief Security Officer in coordinating meetings, travel, third party service provider reviews, social media reviews, and various other tasks.
Independently develops work products for event management and corporate Security.
Percent of travel required: estimated < 5% - 10%, including weekends.