Senior Director, Corporate Security




Oakland, California


Job Responsibilities

  • Direct and oversee the development of security policies and procedures, monitoring practices, and mechanisms to mitigate enterprise security risks, while safeguarding the personal safety of employees and company assets.
  • Direct and oversee the development of companywide security strategy and business plans, including the identification of protection goals, and managing company objectives and metrics for a complex strategic enterprise-based security organization.
  • Establish department strategy / direction and roadmap to ensure the security department’s mission and goals are met. Provide mentorship for all security activities within PG&E.
  • Lead and oversee the direction of the Investigative unit at PG&E responsible for overseeing the governance and management of internal and external investigations.
  • Act as the liaison for law enforcement-based activities and engagement both on the State and Federal Level.
  • Consult and partner with lines of business senior management to develop security and risk mitigation strategies aimed at reducing PG&E’s risk profile. Ensure adequate protection levels for the organization and government compliance.
  • Direct and oversee the enterprise physical security program. Manage third party contracts for a variety of technology and physical security vendors who safeguard the company’s assets, as well as the physical safety of employees and visitors.
  • Direct and oversee the department’s development and implementation of the human capital strategy. This includes recruitment, growth, and retention of qualified personnel able to support the enterprise-wide security mission.
  • Direct and oversee business resumption planning for all corporate and business units and oversee development of policies and procedures to ensure compliance with physical security regulations required by DHS, DOE, FERC, NERC, WECC, and CPUC. Interface with all PG&E business units to ensure compliance with security regulations.

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  • Bachelor’s degree or equivalent years of experience
  • 12 years of security experience; at least 5 in corporate security
  • 5 years of law enforcement experience (State or Federal or military)
  • 5 years of leadership experience managing people


  • Regional or global security experience overseeing fortune 500 organizations.
  • 10 years’ experience managing security communications centers, overseeing systems monitoring, alarm dispatch, 911 type related emergency management operations.
  • Experience working for a utility (highly desired) and/or other asset intensive organizations in a sector that has been identified as critical infrastructure by the Department of Homeland Security.
  • Additional and earlier experience working for an agency such as the FBI, Secret Service, Department of State, Homeland Security, State and/or local law enforcement.
  • Experience that includes strategic oversight and management of the following areas: corporate security, technology asset management, executive protection, investigations, and governance.
  • Experience in managing complex security matters such as intelligence programs, forensics investigations, and security technology integration for enterprise-based solutions.
  • Experience in creating security compliance policies and procedures, and administering such regulations company wide.
  • Experience in overseeing and directing the development of training programs on security topics.
  • Professional Certification – e.g., FBI National Academy Graduate, Certified Protection Professional.
  • Valid California Driver’s license.


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