Manager, Security Programs
San Antonio, TXDescription:
Oversees domestic and international security policy development.
- Coordinates with Corporate Legal Department on proposed, new, or evolving legislation affecting regulated facilities.
- Conducts all pre-acquisition and pre-partnership Security Vulnerability Assessments (SVAs).
- Conducts interviews with local SMEs to identify, quantify, and prioritize security risks, and develops counter-measures.
- Drafts and submits Facility Security Plans in accordance with IMO ISPS, both domestic and international, and provides oversight for plans submitted by joint venture/strategic partners.
- Conducts on-site audits of facilities in accordance with established regulations.
- Documents baseline security standards and notification protocols within contract amendments for international partners and clients, and conducts routine audits to ensure compliance.
- Provides operational oversight of all security-issued contracts for staffing and technology.
- Serves on the AFPM Security Subcommittee, providing operational insight to proposed regulations and amendments.
- Acts as liaison with DoS, FBI, FPMX, SEMAR, SEDENA, CISEN, and state/local law enforcement and response agencies.
- Participates in the Overseas Security Advisory Council at all moderate/high risk locations with which Valero conducts business, to include Juarez, Chihuahua, Nuevo Laredo, Matamoros, San Luis Potosi, Mexico City, and Guadalajara.
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- High school diploma or GED required.
- Bachelor's or higher level degree in Criminal Justice, Homeland Security, Professional Security Studies, Security Management, or in a related field preferred.
- 10 years of experience in security operations obtained through military, federal/state law enforcement, and/or enterprise private-sector security required.
- Bilingual in English and Spanish (read, write, and speak) required.
- Experience with all components of existing state, federal, and international regulations, standards and guidance documents governing the security of petrochemical and terminal facilities required, including: International Maritime Organization International Ship & Port Security (IMO ISPS), Marine Transportation Security Act (MTSA), Transportation Worker Identification Credential (TWIC), Customs-Trade Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT), and Customs Trade and Partnership Against Terrorism (C-TPAT) required.
- Regulatory experience in both domestic and international petroleum sector (refining, marketing, terminaling or supply) required.
- Experience in building plans, procedures, and programs that meet or exceed federal, state, and/or international standards for compliance required.
- Experience with auditing methods and procedures required.
- Experience communicating with established contacts within government, law enforcement and industry trade groups required.
- Must be able and willing to travel up to 25% of time domestically and/or internationally as required.
- Experience in developing course curricula and training preferred.
Position level and salary will be commensurate with qualifications and experience.
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