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Date: Sep 5, 2017

Location: Salt Lake City, UT, US, 84101

Company: Williams

Public Safety & Security Mgr
ReqID: 90381
Number of Openings: 1.0
Location: Salt Lake City, Utah 84101
Operating Area/Functional Area: Safety & Ops Discipline

Bring your energy to ours. Help us become the premier provider of large-scale natural gas infrastructure in the United States. We take the welfare of our people seriously and are fully committed to the health and safety of our workforce. This commitment extends to every office and asset where we operate.  We need your expertise to serve as a change leader, educator, advocate, consultant and mentor as part of our organizational safety culture.
Hear from our employees on why they chose a career at Williams:


The Regional Public Safety & Security Manager is responsible for supporting the execution of corporate Public Safety & Security initiatives within their respective area of responsibility.  Although field operations is the primary audience supported, the Manager coordinates closely with corporate partners including Facilities, Legal, HR, Public Outreach, Pipeline and Process Safety, etc. while maintaining strong liaison with local public officials (i.e. law enforcement, fire service) to effectively manage physical security and public safety associated risks. The Manager coordinates activities related to the investigation of theft, vandalism, threats and related safety and security matters; and manages contracts with third-party guard and off-duty police services. According to guidance from the Director Public Safety & Security, the Manager supports the execution of other risk mitigation efforts including damage prevention, public awareness and emergency management. This includes supporting the maintenance of security and emergency response plans; DOT Hazmat Plans, and CFATS/MTSA, and drills & exercises. 



  1. Manage strategic and tactical regional security planning spanning multiple states, OA’s, operational disciplines and corporate functions. Includes overseeing public safety & security risk mitigation measures with business leaders per findings of internal and external audit, regulatory and best industry practices.
  2. Provide regional security leadership by supporting field Business Critical Facility Plans, Site Security Plans, DOT Hazmat Plans, and CFATS/MTSA.  This also includes required security risk assessments and associated action items.
  3. Coordinate with operations management and other enterprise stakeholders to "socialize" and ensure effective awareness of enterprise security programs (i.e. procedures, physical security standards & specifications, etc.).
  4. Oversee employee internal misconduct inquires and report finding and issues to corporate stakeholders (HR, Audit, and Legal) and coordinate enterprise support and cooperation with federal, state and local criminal investigations.
  5. Recommend appropriate security personnel levels/equipment and that the appropriate security measures are in place in Company facilities.
  6. Act as liaison with Federal, State and local law enforcement and investigation agencies in the assigned area of operation on vulnerability assessments, security needs etc.
  7. Coordinate and assist in the development, communication and training on public safety and security methods and practices as required.
  8. Develop, plan, organize and direct activities of on-site security contractors to ensure activities comply with legal and regulatory requirements, and meets with the enterprise needs.
  9. Recommends and implements policy, procedures, training and methods to identify and protect intellectual property assets, property, personnel, facilities or material from unauthorized disclosure, misuse, theft, assault, vandalism product tampering, espionage, sabotage or loss.
  10. Brief Director of Public Safety & Security on status of security and safety issues.
  11. Network with security/safety professionals in the industry by participating in security conferences, trade associations and council meetings to identify strategic security/safety goals and emergent issues impacting the enterprise. Establish working relationships with trusted security/safety professionals in the industry. 
  12. May serve on industry committees/ boards in representation of the company.
  13. Other duties, responsibilities or projects as assigned.



  • Bachelor’s degree or 10 years of law enforcement experience or corporate security in a supervisory/leadership role;
  • Oversight of major security contracts/ contractors; demonstrated interaction with public and private sector leaders, associations and organizations.


  • Law enforcement, Federal, state or local level at a senior leadership level.
  • Regulatory compliance in the energy security sector: effective partnership/leadership in industry security organizations. Influence without direct authority-working in a matrix environment-exceptional interpersonal skills.


  • Up to 75%

Regular/Temporary Assignment: R
Full-Time/Part-Time: Full-Time
FLSA Status: E
Shift: N-Not Applicable
Percent of Travel: Up to 75%
Relocation Offered: Yes
Williams is committed to creating a diverse environment and is proud to be an equal opportunity employer. All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity and expression, national origin, age, marital status, disability, veteran status, genetic information or any other basis protected under applicable discrimination law.

Nearest Major Market: Salt Lake City

Job Segment: Manager, Pipeline, Facilities, Management, Energy, Operations

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