New York Times Security Guard - Temporary in New York, New York

Job Description

Protect the safety of persons and property in and around Times building by performing duties such as the following:

  • Guide pedestrian and vehicular traffic into and out of the building

  • Advise people away from hazards

  • Deny unauthorized persons access to the building or parts thereof

  • Investigate and report fires and other unusual occurrences and take initial remedial steps

  • Tour buildings on prescribed routes

  • Keeping alert for fire hazards, accident hazards and unusual occurrences and "clock" at various stations at prescribed times

  • Answer inquiries as to the location of offices and personnel within the buildings

  • Obtain compliance with all building rules except in the presence of supervisors, including those as to drinking, loitering and gambling

  • Deny unauthorized persons the right to park in front of buildings or on company property

  • Challenge unauthorized removal of material from buildings

  • Know the location of sprinkler control valves, and climb ladder to turn them off if necessary

  • Lock doors, close windows, and extinguish lights in offices after occupants leave

  • Operate elevator control switches to provide service to specified floors according to schedule

  • Take initial step to reactivate stalled elevators and, if such steps fail, notify appropriate emergency service personnel; evacuate or reassure passengers installed elevators while service is being restored

  • Perform related work as assigned

This is a Guild position.

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