Help the U.S. Department of Labor Provide Career Info on Security Industry Jobs

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The Security Industry Association (SIA) is pleased to support the U.S. Department of Labor’s Occupational Information Network (O*NET) program, a free resource for millions of job seekers, employers, veterans, educators and students. SIA invites its members to participate in this important initiative by contributing information on their roles within the security industry.

O*NET provides key job information for employers, human resources professionals, job counselors and labor market analysts to use in their daily work, as well as for individuals’ job seeking and career planning efforts, and is working to gather and update its offerings related to roles in the security industry O*NET is seeking security industry professionals who hold positions as security managers and/or security management specialists to serve as “occupation experts” and help the U.S. Department of Labor ensure the complexities of your profession are described accurately in this database for the American public.

To participate, each volunteer must meet the following criteria:

  • Have at least one year of professional experience working in the occupation
  • Have a minimum of five years’ combined professional experience practicing, training, teaching and/or supervising others who perform in the occupation
  • Be currently actively involved in the occupation and based in the United States

If you meet these criteria and are interested in participating, please contact Nicole Glass at and provide your name, company name, relevant occupation title, daytime phone number, email address and mailing address. A random sample of experts responding to this request will be invited to complete a set of questionnaires. Each expert who is selected and agrees to participate will receive $40 Visa gift card and an oak-framed certificate of appreciation from the U.S. Department of Labor.

You can learn more about O*NET and access career resources here.