Access Control Coordinator - #19543660

East Carolina University


Date: Apr 6, 2021
City: Greenville, NC
Contract type: Full time
East Carolina University

The main responsibility of this position will be to administer and service the multiple databases that support the state-of-the-art electronic access system and integrated software-driven Security Asset Management (SAM) boxes in every building occupied by Campus Living. This will include assigning and issuing badges, configuring access groups, monitoring and ensuring the upload and download of information to all door control panels and SAM boxes, ensuring accuracy and compliance with all record-keeping policies and procedures associated with network storage of the data. In order to accomplish these tasks, the employee will serve as the administrator for the server that maintains critical security databases, essential access control applications, and develops SQL code for establishing data backups to ensure system continuity. The person in this position will implement new and modify existing preventative measures to ensure uninterrupted operation 24 hours a day, seven days a week and serves as the first responder in the event of service interruption. The employee will work directly with the networking administrators and completes or advises technicians on how to troubleshoot and make repairs to electro-mechanical locks and door hardware in all buildings. The employee will act as the lead consultant for the planning, coordination, installation, and service of all electronic reader-controlled doors and gates in university buildings the department occupies. Employee leads coordination with other network analysts, technicians, and software engineers to develop and enhance the custom integrations necessary for the multiple supporting databases and software to communicate and exchange data in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible for the university. Manage the Electronic Equipment/Software Inventory for Building Access: Identifies and recommends the proper specialized equipment, tools, materials, software, and associated licensing necessary for the installation and completion of all preventative and corrective maintenance to card readers and door controllers, new installations, and upfits from standard locks to make them compatible with the electronic access system standards. This includes maintaining all hardware and software inventory needed for the entire Campus Living Facilities staff to perform their job functions in a timely manner due to the essential nature of work performed as it relates to the safety and security of the university. The employee will also research and evaluate new or emerging technologies, including product testing and piloting, recommends to management, and plans updates and expansion of the electronic access systems to meet current and future department needs. Emergency/On-Call Service & Other Duties: This position will respond to emergency calls for service on a call-back basis and works outside normal working hours as needed to ensure proper system operation. This position may assist with tasks and projects deemed essential to access control and physical building security by the Director for Campus Living Facilities. SAH Housing Operations employment@ecu.edu (East Carolina) Greenville employment@ecu.edu (East Carolina) The main responsibility of this position will be to administer and service the multiple databases that support the state-of-the-art electronic access system and integrated software-driven Security Asset Management (SAM) boxes in every building occupied by Campus Living. This will include assigning and issuing badges, configuring access groups, monitoring and ensuring the upload and download of information to all door control panels and SAM boxes, ensuring accuracy and compliance with all record-keeping policies and procedures associated with network storage of the data. In order to accomplish these tasks, the employee will serve as the administrator for the server that maintains critical security databases, essential access control applications, and develops SQL code for establishing data backups to ensure system continuity. The person in this position will implement new and modify existing preventative measures to ensure uninterrupted operation 24 hours a day, seven days a week and serves as the first responder in the event of service interruption. The employee will work directly with the networking administrators and completes or advises technicians on how to troubleshoot and make repairs to electro-mechanical locks and door hardware in all buildings. The employee will act as the lead consultant for the planning, coordination, installation, and service of all electronic reader-controlled doors and gates in university buildings the department occupies. Employee leads coordination with other network analysts, technicians, and software engineers to develop and enhance the custom integrations necessary for the multiple supporting databases and software to communicate and exchange data in the most efficient and cost-effective manner possible for the university. Manage the Electronic Equipment/Software Inventory for Building Access: Identifies and recommends the proper specialized equipment, tools, materials, software, and associated licensing necessary for the installation and completion of all preventative and corrective maintenance to card readers and door controllers, new installations, and upfits from standard locks to make them compatible with the electronic access system standards. This includes maintaining all hardware and software inventory needed for the entire Campus Living Facilities staff to perform their job functions in a timely manner due to the essential nature of work performed as it relates to the safety and security of the university. The employee will also research and evaluate new or emerging technologies, including product testing and piloting, recommends to management, and plans updates and expansion of the electronic access systems to meet current and future department needs. Emergency/On-Call Service & Other Duties: This position will respond to emergency calls for service on a call-back basis and works outside normal working hours as needed to ensure proper system operation. This position may assist with tasks and projects deemed essential to access control and physical building security by the Director for Campus Living Facilities. employment@ecu.edu (East Carolina) 40396

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