AEG

  • Oakland, CA, USA

History

The first crowd filled Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum on September 18, 1966 when the AFL’s Oakland Raiders played the Kansas City Chiefs. The adjacent arena celebrated its grand opening on November 9, 1966 when the Oakland Seals met the San Diego Gulls for an NHL game.

In the following 48 years, the Oakland-Alameda County Arena and Coliseum Complex has hosted a spectrum of events in both the sporting and entertainment industries including concerts, circus, boxing, rodeos, religious speakers and ice shows. Audiences numbering nearly 100 million have made Oracle Arena and Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum the premier sports and entertainment facilities in Northern California.

In October 1995, Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum began an extensive renovation. The $120 million project included the addition of 22,000 new seats, 90 luxury suites, two private clubs and two state-of-the-art scoreboards.

Oracle Arena followed suit in June 1996 with a $100 million renovation. This project involved the complete demolition and concurrent redesign of the building’s interior. Capacity was increased by more than 4,000 to a maximum of 19,200 occupancy, plus 72 luxury suites and three exclusive clubs were added. In 2006, the Golden State Warriors and Oracle Corporation announced a naming agreement for the Oracle Arena.

The newly renovated Oracle Arena and Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum sit on 132 acres with an ample 10,000 on-site parking spaces. Currently managed by AEG Facilities, the venues are easily accessible by both highway and public transportation and is complete with a pedestrian bridge which allows guests direct access to the venues from the Coliseum BART station.

 

$13.00 - $14.00 hourly
AEG Oakland, CA, USA
Aug 13, 2018
Part time
Oracle Arena & Oakland/Alameda County Coliseum are AEG Facilities-managed venues and Northern California's premiere sports and entertainment venues home to the Oakland Athletics (MLB), Oakland Raiders (NFL) and Golden State Warriors (NBA). Additionally, we host the top entertainers, family shows and special events at our venues. Position Summary The Event Security Guard is responsible for the safety & security of AEG patrons, employees, and assets. Essential Functions: Conduct a variety of duties including identifying prohibited items through screening or bag searches and preventing those objects from being brought into the facility Conduct screening using metal detectors, wanding and/or pat down searches Conduct patrols of the facilities and parking lots Respond to all security & safety related calls in a timely manner Exhibit exemplary conduct & appearance while on duty Comply with & adhere to all the department's performance, conduct, & attendance standards Perform a variety of duties, often changing from one task to another of a different nature without the loss of efficiency or composure Comply with all legal & ethical instructions given by the Security Supervisors on duty & the Director of Security and Security Manager Investigate & compile accurate incident reports Complete all assigned tasks within the guidelines & deadlines set by the Security Supervisors and/or the Directors of Security and Security Manager Interact with AEG patrons, vendors, & employees in a courteous & professional manner Other duties as assigned Required Qualifications: High school diploma or equivalent  Ability to communicate effectively in English  Ability to pass a pre-employment background check, employment verification, and post-offer drug screening test  An understanding of the rule of law & the relevant penal codes  Ability to represent the Security Department in an exemplary manner  Ability to maintain good business relations with all the employees & managers in other departments  Ability to effectively perform in crises and work under pressure without the loss of composure Ability to exhibit good decision making skills by assessing each situation properly and making sound judgments  Ability to memorize, recall, and quickly retrieve relevant information  Good written, verbal and interpersonal skills Ability to interact effectively and calmly with angry or emotional patrons and employees during intensely aggravated circumstances  Ability to participate in all departmental and company-wide meetings  Ability to maintain patron, employee, and company confidentiality  Applicants must have a current California Guard Card, or Proprietary Security Officer (PSO) Card OR willing to obtain one prior to employment Must be able to work outdoors in various weather conditions Must be available to work evenings and weekends Work Conditions: Tasks are performed with moderate supervision Walking & standing occurs 90% of the time Talking, hearing, walking, running, & vision activities occur continuously   Natasha Glynn Team C