Assistant Security Manager Parallax
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Assistant Security Manager


  • Assists security manager as an internal information systems security product(s)/process consultant responsible for communicating detailed technical information and providing technical assistance to casino staff, management and/or external sources
  • Assists security manager to analyze business and systems needs, requirements and processes in view of information systems security criteria
  • Assists security manager to maintain a comprehensive understanding of casino business products and processes, systems analysis and development, project management, and information systems security and data processing technology
  • Acts as a project leader on issues that impact security when they impact/involve multiple departments, products and/or processes
  • Monitors and reports on security status updates to casino
  • Assists in leadership of larger/broader scope projects where security is involved
  • Assists security manager develop action plans, establishes targets for the security team, assigns tasks to team members, documents entire processes and supervises assigned project team members
  • Assists with evaluating all procedures, practices and precedents for accomplishing the plaza’s activities and functions relative to security
  • Works with all relevant security agencies to assure the Eagle River is at the leading edge of all security-related directives
  • Responsible for Eagle River security compliance and interaction


  • Excellent written and oral communication skills
  • Ability to meet deadlines in a rapidly changing business environment
  • Ability to work independently
  • Extensive security knowledge and ability to develop and apply practices, procedures and principles in a casino environment
  • Developed writing skills sufficient to prepare written materials involving detailed descriptions and explanations requiring the accurate use of specialized terminology
  • Self-planning skills sufficient to schedule, organize and carry out work assignments according to established work plans and adjusting work schedules according to changing priorities
  • Developed judgment and problem-solving skills sufficient to interpret and/or analyze factual and conceptual information with the ability to adapt general procedures or approaches when formulating responses to problems
  • Manages workload independently and works well in teams
  • Develops security and systems knowledge through on-the-job experience
  • Must display leadership skills, the ability to multi-task and adjust to multiple jurisdictions
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Word, Excel and PowerPoint
  • First Aid and CPR Training
  • ProServe
  • Valid Class 5 driver’s license
  • Post-secondary education
  • Minimum 3-5 years experience in the gaming/casino industry or a related industry
  • Working knowledge of Microsoft Office is highly recommended
  • The candidate must be able to hold a registered gaming worker license from AGLC

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