The Collection Security Manager is responsible for the security of the Library’s extensive research and special collections in a wide variety of subjects and formats, including renowned collections of rare books, maps, prints, photographs, fine art, music, sculpture, manuscripts, and archives. Working closely with the staff from the Collections division, the Collection Security Manager will develop and oversee procedures and policies that are intended to deliver a secure and safe experience for patrons and staff, while ensuring exhibitions and collections are protected. Following the library’s mantra of “Free to All”, the Collection Security Manager with work with the Operations and Collections teams to balance security, access, and the user experience. This position will oversee the development of a security command center at the Central Library and work with management and security personnel to ensure the safety and preservation of the Library’s collections.
Safety and Stewardship Program Manager
At least (5) five years of full-time or equivalent part-time, relevant managerial experience in libraries, museums, or other related cultural heritage institutions. At least 2 years’ experience in a supervisory capacity. Significant and substantial current experience in administering a comparable program of Security management.
A bachelor’s degree in Business Management, Security Management or related field from a recognized college or university. Advanced pertinent education desirable. In exceptional instances, specialized education, training and/or experience may be substituted for part or all of the educational requirements.
Union/Salary Plan/Grade: non-union (PL2) / PM / 5
Hours per week: 35