Six Flags Public Safety Supervisor: Security & Safety in Arlington, Texas
Oversees all operational functions related to the safe and effective operation of Six Flags Over Texas
Ensures proper staffing levels are maintained to effectively operate and service the park.
Ensures 100% compliance with all standard operating procedures.
Responsible for maintaining a “Total Safety” culture for both Guests and Team Members.
Present for and participates in weekly conference calls as required.
Work in collaboration with the Public Safety Manager to ensure that Safety, Security & LP operational functions, programs and policies are maintained between SFOT & HHARL
Plan and articulate both short and long-term goals to ensure a company's initiatives are met
Formulate action plans and analyze data/trends to drive continuous performance improvements and incident reduction
Serves as Division Duty Manager and Park Duty Manager as assigned
Develops emergency response plans as outlined in the Emergency Response Manual and Safety Reference Guide
Acts as liaison with outside law enforcement agencies as needed
Provides and coordinates training, to include specialized training such as de-escalation techniques, predator awareness and emergency response
Collaborate with all members of leadership on operational challenges specific to but not exclusively security and safety
Perform and train staff to conduct audits of processes and quality assurance
Skills & Qualifications
Security and Safety background with 3 years of leadership experience in Security and/or Occupational Safety required, Theme Park, hospitality or equivalent industries preferred.
Currently possess or the ability to possess a valid State of Texas Emergency Medical Technician – Basic Certification within the first year of employment.
Must have experience in leading teams, building and executing security strategy.
Must have experience creating annual operating budgets and plans.
Bachelor’s degree in Safety, Health or related field is preferred
ASP or CSP certification is preferred.
Ability to sit for sustained periods to attend on-site and off-site meetings, perform paperwork activities, travel and drive.
Intermittent and prolonged standing and walking to move about the park site, and interact with employees.
Ability to climb stairs to gain access to upper level of buildings and venues.