This is entry-level to full performance security work designed to provide and maintain security at assigned checkpoints in County facilities, and provide assistance and security to County employees and the visiting public. The incumbent is considered the first line of security, and provides assistance to the visiting public on a frequent and recurring basis, which may require dealing with irate visitors and confrontational situations. The incumbent is primarily responsible for monitoring/operating mechanized tools/machines including x-ray machine, walk-through metal detector, hand-held metal detector and various computer systems. Responsibilities include conducting security checks outside and inside the buildings, securing doors, windows and access areas, patrolling the outside perimeter and parking areas and enforcing parking regulations. Work is performed under the close supervision of a sworn officer, in accordance with Departmental policies and procedures and work is evaluated in terms of accuracy, completeness, and adherence to policies and procedures. The incumbent may be required to attend 40 hours of classroom training, and a minimum of 60 hours of on-the-job field training in security operations.