Oil and Gas Project Management, Engineering & Construction Management

Site Security Supervisor
Published on: 12/14/20

Middle East
Job Description

Job Summary and Scope of Responsibilities

To manage and direct Components of the Asset Protection Department namely: Construction of Expansion Zone, VCPs, Contractor Explosive Dog Detection Teams, and the Guard Force in all operational and procedural matters within the LPG Recovery Plant Construction & Expansion Operations in Kurdistan.

Primary Duties and Responsibilities

·   Managing and directing the VCPs, EDD, and Camp Guard Force in its normal daily tasks.

·   Managing all staff professionally, fairly, and reasonably in line with Company HR. policies and protocol.

·   Maintaining a professional working relationship with appointed Company Staff and contractors associated

to the project.

· Ensuring that all security-related matters are conducted according to Asset Protection regulations as

stipulated by KRG Ministries, Company policy, international industrial best practice and in accordance with

the Voluntary Principles of Human Rights.

·    Writing of SOP's, Security Plans, Evacuation Plans, Risk Assessments.


Site Security Supervisor is responsible for:

     Acting as the companies’ security representative in all community related security issues.

     Providing accurate and timely feedback.

     Supporting Community Relations at Company and local level.

     Liaising closely with Oil Police Commanders at local level.

     Monitoring local security related developments and produce.

     Managing security related incidents on the ground.

     Providing accurate and timely reports and security assessments to an agreed and directed schedule.

     Formulating, developing and conducting, ongoing training of the Guard Force.

     Mentoring the LN access control personnel.

     Carrying out day and night mobile patrols within the LPG area.

     Carrying out routine maintenance checks on all the OPF (Oil Police Force) observation towers.

     Submit Work Orders for maintaining the OPF observation towers.

     Assisting and maintaining the Asset Protection communications equipment and network.

     Developing and updating SOPs for the guard force.


Minimum Experience:

•   Must have previous management experience in demanding and hostile environments.

•   Minimum of 5 years in Iraq.

•   Must have a high standard of communications skills both verbal and written.

•   Must be computer literate. Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Outlook.

•   Must be able to work in a high-pressure environment.

•   Must be Ex-Military, Police or have at least 10 years working in the security industry.

•   Must be physical fit and able to operate efficiently in demanding stressful conditions