event security supervisor coordinator resume example with 16+ years of experience

Jessica Claire
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Professional Summary

Over 10+ years of work experience in event management, planning and security. Professional, proficient, organized, excellent communication and supervisory skills. Attention to detail and proven ability to manage multiple tasks. Dependable candidate successful at managing multiple priorities with a positive attitude. Willingness to take on added responsibilities to meet team goals.

  • Events logistics management
  • Digital marketing
  • Vendor and contract negotiations
  • Multitasking Abilities
  • Analytical and Critical Thinking
  • Interpersonal Communication
  • Training and Development
  • Data Entry
Work History
01/2006 to 01/2010
Event & Security Supervisor/Coordinator Accurate Event Services City, STATE,
  • Interpret day-to-day business objectives and preparation/execution of operational practices/work programs.
  • Supervise payroll staff and fill in for the manager as needed and prepare work schedules to ensure appropriate coverage.
  • Facilitate weekly (as required) team calls and meetings.
  • Assist in monitoring workload and evaluate direct reports and may review the evaluations/development plans of others.
  • Provide guidance to and shares knowledge with colleagues/team members relating to own specialization.
  • Directs work within clear budgetary guidelines.
  • Participates in interview process for new hires into payroll roles.
  • Train team members on new or enhanced operation procedures and policies.
  • Cover for team members in back-up role for vacation and/or high-volume work efforts.
  • Implement quality control measures.
  • Onboarded new temps by entering employee information into systems.
01/2010 to 06/2019
(Armed) Security Lieutenant G4S USA Secure Solutions City, STATE,
  • Armed/Unarmed Security
  • Monitor and secure entry and exit control at a gated community
  • Supervise 6+ unarmed/armed licensed officers daily.
  • Advised security team and conducted investigations of significant threats and loss or misappropriation of assets.
  • Analyzed and investigated incidents alongside functional management and security supervisors.
  • Developed improved training methods with focus on public safety and officer awareness.
  • Inspected security design features, installations and programs to verify compliance with applicable standards and regulations.
  • Demonstrated commitment to public safety by patrolling events and well-populated establishments.
  • Oversaw team of security officers and managed scheduling and performance evaluations.
  • Recorded incident reports with detailed accounts of occurrences.
01/2013 to 04/2017
Volunteer Intern for Division of Student Affairs St. Thomas University City, STATE,
  • Work collaboratively with the Associate Vice President of Student Affairs & Residential Life serving as the a volunteer event coordinator including event operations such as; facility selection, contracting, pricing, food and beverage selections and audio/visual service arrangements
  • Assumed duty as the Student Government Advisor.
  • Consult with clubs/organizations with event ideas; location, budget, etc
  • Created St. Thomas University’s Campus Activities Board (CAB)
  • Supervise all members in the development of programming and activities as the secondary contact with entertainment agencies.
  • Plan, coordinate and execute events – Oversee the planning and execution of logistics and operations for all events
  • Supervise production of events – Work with event sponsors and internal/external teams on all aspects of planning the event
  • Alumni Homecoming Committee Director
  • Assist with planning and implementation of Homecoming activities
  • Master of Ceremonies
  • Serve as Master of Ceremony for various student life events.
06/2019 to Current
Associate Director of Student Life St. Thomas University City, STATE,
  • Graphic Design
  • Work cooperatively with departments within and outside the Department of Student Affairs to ensure active and varied programming of educational, cultural, physical, emotional, social, occupational, recreational, and community service activities for the undergraduate population.
  • Provide educationally purposeful activities that enhance student learning and character development outside the classroom.
  • Supervise the training and evaluation of the Student Government Association.
  • Provide developmental guidance, counsel and other support services to students as needed; make referrals when appropriate.
  • Develop a mission driven activities program for the all students working with faculty members as needed.
  • Develop strategies to promote/increase community opportunities; including the maintenance of campus and community services and resources.
  • Supervises and participates in division wide programming such New Student and Transfer Student Orientation, Commencement, Baccalaureate Mass, Welcome Week and First-Year Convocation.
  • Participate in policy formulation and in the revision of the Student Code of Conduct and Student Handbook.
  • Provide advisement and mentoring of student organizations providing assistance and guidance to clubs and organizations as needed.
  • Maintain a high level of visibility, and must be available to attend to informal unscheduled responsibilities as well.
  • Assist plan, organize, develop and execute activities in line with the mission of the University.
  • Serve as the day-to-day operations officer for campus life to all student functions.
  • Reassessment program evaluation, results of other assessments and conduct focus groups with students to gain input into campus climate and students needs.
  • Support the development and growth of clubs and organizations by mentoring students to high level of responsibility for example Campus Activity Board (CAB)
  • Work with other student groups
  • Administer student activities budget.
  • Provide leadership and support to students within the context of Student Life.
  • Coordinate Common Hour programming and activity calendar.
  • Develop and implement generic evaluation tool to assess all Common Hour programs and activities.
  • Utilize CAS standards and program model for all Student Life programs and activities.
  • Serve on University committees as requested.
  • Perform other duties as assigned by the Associate VP of Student Affairs or his/her designee.
  • Directed financial operations and administered budgets.
  • Oversaw business calendar of events and scheduled key initiatives.
Expected in 12/2013 to to
Bachelor: Arts, Criminal Justice
St. Thomas University - Miami Gardens, FL,

GPA: 3.4

  • Elected to Student Senator for the Student Government Association
  • Founder/President of the Criminal Justice Club
  • Received M.V.P Mr. Bobcat Award in 2012
  • Received Student Senate of Year Award in 2012
  • Received M.V.P. Mr. Bobcat Award in 2013
Expected in 07/2004 to to
High School Diploma:
Miramar High School - Miramar, FL

GPA: 3.3

State of Florida D licensed Certified in Cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) Certified in Customer Service/Hospitality Efficient in Microsoft Office

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School Attended

  • St. Thomas University
  • Miramar High School

Job Titles Held:

  • Event & Security Supervisor/Coordinator
  • (Armed) Security Lieutenant
  • Volunteer Intern for Division of Student Affairs
  • Associate Director of Student Life


  • Bachelor
  • High School Diploma

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