Executive Protection Security Investigator

Employer: PG&E Corporation
Location: Fairfield, California, United States
Requisition #: 52711434-E01
PG&E’s Corporate Security Department, Asset and Executive Protection provides sound physical security procedures and standards to address risks, manages the installation and maintenance of enterprise security systems, supervises the Corporate Security Control Center located in Fairfield, CA and manages the Executive Protection Program. Asset and Executive Protection also manages the security guard vendor contract for the enterprise along with oversee and implement
the physical security mandates issued by government regulation. All of these services are critical to a company with over $52
billion in assets and revenues of over $15 billion and serves over 5 million electricity distribution customers and over  4 million natural gas distribution customers. Asset and Executive Protection is looking for a talented individual to work in the
Corporate Security Department. Our team plays a crucial role in the protection  of employees, facilities and assets by working with officers, directors, and managers to  provide sound security recommendations and design of security systems.  This individual will also conduct vulnerability assessments of current security conditions and provide recommendations to the various  lines of business. This position offers considerable exposure to PG&E’s business operations and an opportunity for stimulating professional growth.

Position Summary
The Executive Protection Security Investigator assists  line management to ensure the protection of senior officers, employees, facilities and assets through intelligence gathering, the investigation of  criminal activity, employee misconduct and other security-related incidents.
Investigators provide training and consulting  services to address current and projected security issues. In addition, they are PG&E’s first point of contact for law enforcement  agencies and will facilitate the handling of all law enforcement related

Qualifications Minimum
•High School Diploma
•5 years prior law enforcement - prior experience should  include conducting investigations, executive protection and event security
•Valid California Driver’s License
•Authority to carry a concealed weapon as permitted by law

•BA or BS in Criminology, Police Science, Criminal Justice Administration
•15 years prior law enforcement experience, including a minimum
of 10 years of experience in investigations, executive protection and event security
•Ability to write a comprehensive report of investigation
•Very strong verbal skills, especially with particular
strengths in interrogation and interview techniques
•Ability to prioritize, plan, perform and communicate activities in written and
verbal form
•Ability to multi-task
•Outstanding judgment
•Professional demeanor
•Crisis management response
•Training history should include
the following areas: defensive driving, executive protection driving; personal
protection/executive protection tactics, combat/tactical shooting, first aid/CPR; site
security evaluations/assessments, security advances; emergency
management/crisis management and intelligence gathering
•Perform executive protection
functions, including executive driving, security advances,
executive safety/security, proactive intelligence
collection on site/office security, residential security/safety evaluations,
coordination of activities with
local, state and federal law
enforcement agencies, and maintaining active communications with
executive staff and other business units
•Conduct investigations that
involve the executive
protection program and related
•Maintain expertise and skill levels in the executive
protection program including driving, personal protection, defensive
tactics, combat shooting, first aid/CPR, site security
evaluations and state of the art security technology
•Remain available for executive protection 24/7, including
immediate response to the security/safety needs of the
executive and his or her family members
•Participate in the planning and coordination of travel
(business or pleasure) involving the executive and his or her family
members to provide security/safety recommendations
and related security mitigations
•Build and maintain strong relationships with law
enforcement agencies at the local, state and federal level.
•Conduct through employee-misconduct investigations and concisely
document the outcome
•Complete related staff assignments, research projects, presentations, and security
vulnerability assessments and plans
•Assist in the planning of major events involving the
executives from a security perspective
•Perform other duties as assigned by the Security

Schedule: Full-time


Pacific Gas and Electric Company is an Affirmative Action and Equal Employment
Opportunity employer that actively pursues and hires a diverse workforce.
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment
without regard to race, color, national origin, ancestry, sex, age, religion, physical or mental disability status, medical condition, protected veteran status, marital status, pregnancy, sexual orientation, gender, gender identity, gender expression,
genetic information or any other factor that is not related to the job.