This posting is reserved for internal candidates only. Auburn University and Auburn University Montgomery employees. This does not include TES or student workers.
Reporting to the Manager of Facilities Shops Maintenance, the Supervisor, Access Control is responsible for the supervision of all Access Control personnel as well as the execution of projects, installations, modifications, and repairs for access control systems and hardware throughout the entire university.
Serves as a subject matter expert in all aspects of Access Control including, but not limited to, key management, locks and locking devices, access control system readers, electro-mechanical locking devices, and program system controllers.
Assists in the development of procedures and operating instructions for safe, accurate, and quality work performance and status reporting. Regularly meets with AU leadership, Campus Safety, and Facilities Directors to plan and implement access safety and security policies and procedures.
Coordinates with other facility shops, departments, and/or outside contractors to ensure the appropriate support for each job. Communicates with stakeholders to provide updates, answer questions, resolve issues, and ensure the efficient completion of projects and jobs.
Ensures the maintenance of timely and accurate data in key/access control system databases. Reviews data for accuracy and integrity and provides analysis, reports, and recommendations for clients and senior leadership.
Coordinates the day-to-day work assignments and responsibilities of Access Control personnel by overseeing work assignments, inspecting job sites, and ensuring that quality work is completed in a safe and timely manner. Communicates with subordinate staff ensuring policies and procedures are understood and maintained.
Plans Access Control project requirements and ensures that all work performed complies with applicable federal regulations, contract requirements, University standards, and organizational goals.
Responsible for planning and overseeing the training and certification of all staff. Leads the recruitment of positions including reviewing resumes, participating in interviews, and conducting performance review evaluations. May assist in resolving employee relations issues.
Responsible for the Access Control shop’s budget coordination.
Responds to and investigates reported campus security violations related to the failure or breakage of locking systems, including after-hours response to emergency calls.
May be responsible for meeting and maintaining training and certification requirements as outlined by the Auburn University Facilities Management Policy: "Training, Education, and Certification Requirements for Mechanical and Electrical Trades Personnel."
May perform other related duties as assigned by the Facilities Shops Maintenance Manager.