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HEB Security Site Monitor Position Open

HEB has two vacancies and will conduct interviews for others. They are looking for tranisitoning Security Forces types with Personnel Protection training and experience.

Security Site Monitor (2 openings)

Here is the link to the position.

A few things about the position:

  • It’s shift work. We have three shifts – 6a – 2p, 2p – 10p, 10p – 6a. They rotate shifts once a month and need to be able to work all three shifts, work OT, and be on call.
  • This is part of a small team monitoring security cameras (CCTV) for our executive team (several residences and business locations). They are the eyes and ears for the

Executive Protective agents. They monitor the cameras but don’t respond to incidents (the EP agents or SAPD, etc. would be called by the Security Site Monitor to respond).

  • Because of the confidential nature of the role, we cannot have anyone in position with a close friend or relative that currently works for H-E-B.
  • A unique factor that candidates also need to know is that they will not be able to move into other areas of the company after being in this role (sensitive nature of the position) and since the team is so small there are no promotional opportunities.
  • We are looking for someone with a security background, especially if they have experience monitoring CCTVs. A degree is a plus but not required.

 Executive Protection (no active openings but would like to conduct exploratory interviews)

  • Provides armed protection to H-E-B executive (driving, close protection duties)
  • They travel to events with their protectee and may be away up to 2 weeks at a time
  • Should be humble, intelligent, adaptable, well-spoken, well-groomed in appearance, and confidential
  • Must have several years of direct EP level experience with a high value client, well trained
  • We are looking for someone who wants to stay in position for several years
  • They cannot have relatives or close friends currently with H-E-B



Centerra Los Alamos

Position Title:                        CAS/CUAS Supervisor

Department:                          PF Operations

Hourly Wage Range           $38.79


This supervisory position is responsible for directing and controlling the Central Alarm Station (CAS) operations and supervising CAS personnel. It provides day to day

supervision and direction to CAS and SAS operators during routine operations and during any required security and/or emergency response operations. This position identifies CAS staffing needs and develops staffing analysis reports. In addition, this position has direct oversight and accountability for Counter Unmanned Aerial Systems (CUAS) Operations, including monitoring, detection, identification, tracking and neutralization of unauthorized UAS activity within LANL’s restricted air space. It provides direction to other area PF supervisors regarding the use of secondary CUAS systems.

Communicates with Emergency Management and Response (EM&R) in regards to a UAS situation and the compensatory measures required after employment of CUAS measures, including the initiation and coordination of render-safe operations for downed platforms.


  1. Associates degree or four (4) years’ experience in security or related field.
  2. Minimum two years Protective Force security experience with Department of Energy armed security operations.
  3. Demonstrated tactical leadership, oversight and supervisory skills and knowledge of security practices.
  4. Ability to speak and write in a grammatically correct, professional, effective manner, drafting correspondence, proofreading text, coordinating the work of others, preparing reports.
  5. Supervisory skills to include leading personnel, directing work assignments and tactical responses, planning, organizing, scheduling, team building, problem solving, conflict resolution, and directing activities of assigned employees.
  6. Must be able to react, provide direction, leadership and support under any type of emergency conditions.
  7. Intermediate-level computer skills that include all the Microsoft Office Suite of software.
  8. Required to successfully complete Site Specific Training Programs, OJT and maintain proficiency.
  9. Currently have or be able to obtain and maintain a Department of Energy (DOE) Q

-Clearance and be certified/volunteer for the Human Reliability Program (HRP).

  1. Ability to obtain and maintain a valid driver’s license.
  2. Successfully complete site specific CAS/ CUAS training course and certification designed to provide the minimum level of skills and knowledge needed to competently perform all tasks associated with job responsibilities.
  3. Must be available to work extended hours (day and night).
  4. Must be able to work in remote and austere environments.


  1. Certification as a CUAS operator with neutralization authority and Certification as a UAS pilot/pilot in command; prior military experience as UAS operator (Army MOS 15W/Air Force MOSC 1U0X1).
  2. Central Alarm Station Supervisory experience.
  3. Knowledge of and experience with early detection and alarm systems, and/or closed circuit television (CCTV) monitoring systems.

NOTE: (Internal Applicants) Discipline on file does not disqualify an applicant.

However, discipline on file will be taken into consideration as part of the hiring process.


INTERNAL APPLICANTS: Internal applicants who are qualified and interested

MUST submit a resume and cover letter describing in detail how your experience meets the minimum and additional desired position qualifications. Internal applicants are not required to submit a new employment application. Email your resume and cover letter by the close date to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

EXTERNAL APPLICANTS: External applicants who are qualified and interested

MUST complete both of the outlined steps below.

  1. Complete the online application process for this position by visiting the following link:

  • Select—“Jobs at Centerra!” Search by: Los Alamos
  1. Submit a cover letter describing in detail how your experience meets the minimum and additional desired position qualifications. Email your cover letter to This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.

 POSITION CLOSE DATE: Tuesday, August 7, 2018 at 5:00PM (MST) Contact Brandy at 505-665-7521 if you have any questions regarding this posting.

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