Life Safety & Security Analyst - Chicago Metro
Organization: Corporate Functions/Workplace Solutions
Location: Chicago, IL
Level: 11 - Analyst
People in the Corporate Function career track contribute to the running of Accenture as a high- performance business through specialization within a specific functional area, and grow into internally focused roles by deepening their skills and/or developing new skills within an internal functional area.
Workplace Management and Solutions professionals provide space and service support solutions for all Accenture people and businesses globally, running Accenture's workplace as a robust business function leveraging Accenture's business and technology strategies.
Understand GU Life Safety standards and tactical plans for their geographic area of responsibility and support the planning, implementation and performance measurement of those standards; includes real estate evaluations, on-going Life Safety operations, support the build of business continuity plans and delivery center security manuals as needed. May also include occupational health and security operations work.OverallKey responsibilities:
- Understand Accenture's corporate Life Safety standards.
- Be aware of approaches to responding to occupational health client data requests.
- Support the daily operations of the Life Safety function.
- As appropriate, support the Business (e.g., BPO, TGP) to ensure their Life Safety needs are met and the businesses are properly organized to adhere to standards and processes.
- Support the identification of opportunities for program and standards improvements, and work with the GU Life Safety leadership to develop and implement solutions and outcomes.
- Support crisis preparation and, when needed, crisis response.
- May deploy health and security standards
- May support programs which recognize Accenture's commitment to occupational health as well as local compliance with health and safety codes
- May direct the work of other Life Safety team members and/or other Workplace Solutions personnel
Chicago Metro Life Safety Coordination:
- Responsible for proper implementation of NA Safety & Security standards and GAP initiatives for all Chicago Metro locations, including both Corporate locations and Non-Corporate locations.
- Coordinate the physical access control and badge operations for Chicago Metro and program security management in accordance with corporate policy.
- Responsible for timely updates and distribution of LMT, ERP and asset inventory for all Chicago Metro locations.
- Manage Chicago Metro life safety team and provide all necessary training.
- Conduct regular training and drills for Workplace and Life Safety Teams.
- Responsible for Chicago Metro security system hardware (Advent).
- Assess and act as primary contact for all local security incidents and properly escalate incidents to local leadership, SOC lead and NA leadership and GAP.
- Act as primary liaison to landlord security supervisor and interact with local First Responders.
- Work with landlord to coordinate and support building evacuation drills.
- Participate as member of local LMT team.
- Maintain Accenture SOPs and Security vendor SOPs for Chicago Metro. Work with SOC lead to establish and maintain.
- Collaborate with local stakeholders (i.e. Workplace Solutions, Legal, HR) to ensure all security responsibilities are known and followed.
- Respond to Global Life Safety Annual Building Survey and support all local life safety and security audits.
- Daily review of security officer site review logs. Action any items necessary.
- Primary contact for processing all new hire badges for Chicago Metro NJO sessions.
- Meet regularly with SOC lead and Sr. Analyst to discuss status of operations and address any issues.
- Responsible to maintain all BCM documentation and execute required processes to support implementation of BCM for Chicago Metro.
- Assist with SOC tasks and additional NA projects when needed.
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