live video surveillance analyst resume example with 13+ years of experience

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  • Montgomery Street, San Francisco, CA 94105 609 Johnson Ave., 49204, Tulsa, OK
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Flexible hard worker ready to learn and contribute to team success.

Dedicated employee known for punctuality, pursuing employment options where good customer service and positive attitude will make a difference.

Resourceful loss prevention officer and security management professional with over [Number] years of experience maintaining secure environments while providing effective security presence and visible deterrent to crime. Personable leader to monitor rule infractions, detect suspicious activities and minimize threats. Forward-thinking emergency response specialist. Remains calm during stressful situations.

  • Simultaneous screen monitoring
  • Security standards expertise
  • Report writing
  • Reporting and documentation
  • Leadership
  • Teambuilding
Live Video Surveillance Analyst, 07/2018 - 08/2021
Michaels Stores Highland, IN,
  • Reported incidents of suspicious behavior.
  • Watched live footage of cameras showing gates around facility perimeter to identify vehicles or individuals attempting to gain access at improper points of entry, reporting to guards outside.
  • Monitored alarms and activity on panels, doors and gates throughout facility to detect threats to worker safety and prevent or address improper access to secured areas by unauthorized parties.
  • Logged all daily activities in detail, keeping handwritten and electronic records of movement of personnel, inventory and equipment pursuant to company logging specifications.
  • Reported security breaches to police or fire departments or other municipal agencies when facility required intervention to protect worker safety.
  • Operated control panels granting entry or access to authorized individuals, using live camera footage to view faces and identification cards and remotely unlocking doors and gates.
  • Sounded alarms and alerted in-house staff of equipment malfunctions and other irregular situations manageable without assistance from emergency response teams.
  • Maintained and operated surveillance equipment such as [Equipment Name] and [Equipment Name].
Stocker, 10/2016 - 08/2018
Minnehaha County Sioux Falls, SD,
  • Maintained neat, safe and orderly workspace to prevent accidents and injuries.
  • Followed proper stock rotation procedures to minimize obsolescence and remove out of date items from sales floor.
  • Lifted materials of varied weights on regular basis.
  • Greeted customers and retrieved requested products to drive satisfaction.
  • Blocked and faced all products on shelves and displays to meet company policies.
  • Counted and stocked different types of merchandise to comply with inventory control tag requirements.
  • Arranged product on shelves following merchandising guidelines.
  • Stocked merchandise by UPC codes and read labels to match.
  • Broke down and discarded empty packaging and boxes after stocking products.
  • Maintained merchandise presentation by stocking and rotating merchandise.
  • Received and stocked merchandise and organized and maintained backroom by following company safety, cleaning and operating procedures.
  • Inspected items received for damage or other issues.
  • Processing freight and preparing backroom for incoming freight.
  • Arranged and organized merchandise and supplies and identified shrink and damages to maintain work environment.
  • Acknowledged customers, identified needs and assisted with purchasing decisions to deliver exceptional service.
  • Attached price labels to products and updated sales floor signs.
  • Moved items from central storage room to shelves for customer purchase.
  • Prepared products by adding tags and readying pallets for restocking.
  • Moved items to designated warehouse areas.
  • Reviewed stocking plans and put merchandise in correct locations.
  • Monitored work areas for cleanliness and functionality and removed obstacles for safety.
  • Served customers to boost revenue and improve retention rates.
  • Assessed floor displays to restock merchandise.
  • Greeted customers and courteously responded to inquiries.
  • Maintained clear aisles during restocking to avoid hazards and promote guest convenience.
  • Organized storage of articles in bins, floor, shelves and assigned areas according to product categories.
  • Assisted coworkers with special projects to learn new tasks while gaining additional responsibilities.
  • Verified product numbers with scanners and manual tracking.
  • Rotated inventory from oldest to newest to maintain fresh stock.
Independent Contractor, 04/2005 - 10/2009
Compass Group Usa Inc Modesto, CA,
  • Kept demonstration working space organized, clean and hygienic at all times.
  • Comfortably spoke to large groups of people regarding product.
  • Provided information to customers interested in [Type] products.
  • Handed out samples, informational brochures, and coupons to customers.
  • Explained [Type] product features and enlightened customers on benefits.
  • Answered questions and helped customers find items while offering samples.
  • Engaged customers warmly and encouraged each to try products, boosting sales of [Type] items.
  • Managed quality control and maintained high level of customer satisfaction.
  • Kept client satisfaction high by consulting closely at all stages and incorporating important feedback.
  • Worked well with architects, clients and fellow contractors to achieve project visions.
  • Brought in substantial word-of-mouth business based on quality of work and customer service skills.
  • Estimated projects, procured materials and controlled costs to meet exact budget targets.
  • Avoided costly rework and codes issues through regular inspections of in-progress work and strong project planning abilities.
  • Compiled current business intelligence data into reports and presentations.
  • Analyzed product, market and share trends to evaluate competitive market strategies.
Correctional Officer, 08/1998 - 08/2002
Correctional Correctional Institution City, STATE,
  • Inspected cells and conducted random searches of common areas.
  • Monitored daily activities to identify and manage suspicious behavior, improper conduct and signs of conflict.
  • Monitored inmate behavior to prevent crime, escape attempts and other dangerous activities.
  • Employed de-escalation techniques, verbal commands and physical and mechanical restraints to address unruly inmates.
  • Detected potential threats and quickly defused conflicts.
  • Maintained clear and open communications with all facility areas to support safe operations.
  • Informed inmates and visitors of rules, safety and security procedures and responsibilities.
  • Supervised residents during meal distribution and intake, recreation time and work-site performance.
  • Applied non-violent response tools and physical restraint during problematic situations.
  • Enforced resident behavior management protocols and drafted incident reports for infractions.
  • Received property from incoming inmates, provided receipts and inspected items for contraband.
  • Directed visitor sign-in, documenting processes and completing appropriate visitation logs.
  • Reviewed housing assignments and reassigned inmates to meet allocation and safety needs.
  • Performed warrant pick-ups and turnovers at other jails and prisons.
Assembly Line Worker, 08/1982 - 08/1996
Personal Alternative City, STATE,
  • Contributed to team-based environment to maintain line productivity and meet expected deadlines.
  • Completed accurate assembly work by positioning and aligning components.
  • Recognized defective material and reported issues to management.
  • Inspected finished parts and components to enforce QA standards and uncover defects prior to packaging.
  • Assembled component parts of items and completed hand-finishing of final products.
  • Stored and disposed of hazardous materials to prevent environmental contamination and injury.
  • Completed component assembly with minimal supervision to meet deadlines.
  • Cleared line area of debris to present clean work area for next shift.
  • Placed finished products in completed box in preparation for packing and distribution.
  • Analyzed parts to determine quality and conformance to specifications.
  • Operated production equipment to create high-quality products from raw materials.
  • Inspected final results and compared to production order to support quality assurance.
  • Collaborated with team members to improve machining technique and increase production schedule.
  • Trained new employees in machining methods and identified proper safety protocol.
Education and Training
High School Diploma: , Expected in 06/1982
Harold S. Vincent High School - Brown Deer, WI
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: Auto Mechanic And Design & Media, Expected in
Milwaukee Area Technical College - Milwaukee, WI
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School Attended

  • Harold S. Vincent High School
  • Milwaukee Area Technical College

Job Titles Held:

  • Live Video Surveillance Analyst
  • Stocker
  • Independent Contractor
  • Correctional Officer
  • Assembly Line Worker


  • High School Diploma

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