A building’s or a certain area’s security team is responsible for being coordinated and supervised by a security supervisor who is in charge of that building or area. The primary emphasis of their duties is the formulation of plans, the selection of staff, and the execution of procedures designed to protect the security of a facility, its contents, and the individuals who work or shop there.

Job Description

Education: Secondary (high) school graduation certificate. Experience: 1 year to less than 2 years. Specific Skills: Resolve work related problems. Prepare and submit progress and other reports. Handle emergency situations. Establish work schedules and procedures. Train staff/workers in job duties, safety procedures and company policies.

  •  Location: Surrey, BC
  •  Salary: $25.00HOUR hourly for 40 hours per week
  •  Terms of employment: Permanent employment
    Full time
  •  Start date: Starts as soon as possible
  •  vacancies 1 vacancy

Security Supervisor Requirements

  • At least 2 years experience in a security field or similar role.
  • Good communication skills.
  • Hardworking attitude and good coordination ability
  • Active and enthusiastic
  • knowledge of firefighting
  • Motivated with a strong sense of initiative
  • Confident and Independent

The security supervisor’s duties and responsibilities;

  1. Supervise and guide security officers;

Monitor your team’s operations on the ground and teach them how to appropriately engage with guests, suppliers, and other workers as a security supervisor.

  1. maintaining daily records;

At work, you may be expected to write up reports on occurrences, accidents, and security breaches on a daily basis. Writing a good report and entering it into the occurrence book is essential.

  1. Familiar with locations;

As a manager, you can’t expect your employees to do their job efficiently without a thorough understanding of the location. Therefore, you should be acquainted with the general design of the premises.

  1. Regularly patrol and spot-check premises;

Regular patrols should be conducted across the whole of the facility, including the activity rooms, public spaces, outlets, and surrounding regions. The purpose of these patrols is to conduct spot checks on the performance of the security guards as well as other security-related problems.

5. Assisting Security Manager in handling incidents.

You should present the information and some concept to address the event to the security management since you may know more than the manager about the specific incident that has happened than the boss does. The security supervisor is the right hand of the security manager.

6. Conduct emergency response drills;

Every company and organization has a safety protocol in place, and it always includes a drill for unexpected situations. A fire drill is a rehearsal in which all workers and visitors rehearse what they should do in the event of a fire.

It is possible that the drill will take place once every month or once every three months, but this would depend on the firm. During times when an actual emergency is not occurring, it is up to you to run the practice.

7. Investigations and interviews;

In the event that an incident takes place, you need to conduct an investigation into it. While you are doing the investigation, you need to be aware of the rules of the firm as well as the rights that people have according to the laws of the nation.

8. Daily physical hazard/safety inspections

You are obligated to conduct safety and security checks on a daily basis. If you become aware of any equipment that poses a threat, you are obligated to notify it to the relevant department so that it may be fixed.

9. Monitor Closed Circuit Televisions and alarm systems.

The security supervisor is required to have knowledge of the various security systems, such as closed-circuit television and alarm systems.

It is your responsibility to keep a close eye on the system to make certain that it is operating correctly and to detect any actions that were not permitted.

10. Assist visitors /employees during emergencies

Because you are the person in charge of leading the evacuation of the building in the case of an emergency, you are obligated to help individuals who are in potentially hazardous areas because you are acquainted with the escape routes, exit doors, and the function of each of them.

11. Gather information and complete reports, and Maintain confidentiality.

You may collect information by cooperating with other members of the security staff as well as workers; but, if you discover illegal activity, you are required to file a report.

It is not crucial to make the report; rather, it is essential to conceal them, and hence you are required to retain secrecy.

12. Defuse disturbances by company policies and procedures

In the event that a dispute develops between members of the security staff and workers, or between security staff and visitors, you are obligated to handle the dispute using company policy.

13. Handle all interruptions and complaints

If you get a complaint from a client or an employee, you need to respond to it in an acceptable manner while avoiding further escalation of the problem. Make an effort to come up with a workable solution; you may choose to seek advice from the department that is responsible for the problems.

14. Escort unwelcome persons from the property.

If a person who is not permitted to be there enters your property, you are obligated to accompany them until they leave.

15. Assist management in training

You are able to coordinate with the management team to organize training for the workers of the security department as well as any other staff members. You should provide recommendations on the kinds of training they need.

16. Motivating and coaching employees.

You should work on motivating your staff and encouraging them to adhere to the rules and procedures of the organization. While they are on the job, it is crucial that you keep them informed of the main issues and that you assist them in developing a good attitude toward both their employment and themselves.

17. answer telephones using appropriate etiquette

When you answer the phone, ensure that your tone is cordial and friendly, and steer clear of seeming as like you are giving them orders.

18. Develop and maintain positive working relationships with others

It is essential to maintain healthy connections among the members of the team; as a supervisor, you should urge your team members to put their disagreements aside and work toward achieving a shared objective.

You should not only fulfill the function of security people, but you should also fulfill the function of positively managing the working relationships of the other workers.

If there is a problem that might put a strain on the interpersonal connection, you have to work as quickly as you can to find a solution to it.

19. support team to reach common goals

Listen to the issues that other workers have, and react to them in an acceptable manner, all while keeping the focus on the purpose of the job.

20. Risk assessment of asset

Every working environment has its own unique set of risks. You need to carry out a risk assessment and make certain that the proper precautions have been taken to eliminate the possibility of events occurring.

21. Visually inspect tools, equipment, or machines.

The technology that is used in the businesses has the potential to become dangerous; you should do checks on the apparatus to guarantee that it is clear of flaws. When you find a problem, you need to get in touch with the expert or another relevant person so that it may be fixed.

22. Police liaison.

In the event that the occurrence calls for further inquiry, it is your responsibility as a security supervisor to collaborate with public authorities such as the police or other officers of the law in order to make the investigation go more smoothly.

The tasks and responsibilities, as well as the job description, for the position of security supervisor in the private security industry are as follows.




Secondary (high) school graduation certificate


1 year to less than 2 years

Specific Skills
Resolve work related problems; Prepare and submit progress and other reports; Handle emergency situations; Establish work schedules and procedures; Train staff/workers in job duties, safety procedures and company policies

Employment chances for all job seekers, including those who identify as belonging to the following groups: Apprentices, Indigenous people, Newcomers to Canada, Seniors, Veterans, Youth

  • What kind of people are eligible to apply for this position?These individuals may apply to work at the company:Canadian nationals and permanent residents.
    Other candidates with or without a valid Canadian work permit.

How to apply

By Sending an email To

Or  By mail

8128 128th Street suite 284
Surrey, BC
V3T 2S9

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