NFL in search of new security chief

Have you ever wanted to work for the NFL? Well, there is currently a very important job with the National Football League available.

On Saturday morning, Pro Football Talk passed along an online classified ad from Indeed.com for the position of Senior Vice President of Security. The position became available when NFL V.P. of security Jeff Miller announced his resignation last month.

So, what is required to be the V.P. of security for the shield?

“The Head of Security for the National Football League is charged with supervising all operations and activities of the NFL Security Department,” the ad reads. “The position requires constant high-level coordination with the Committee on Stadium Security and Fan Conduct and other league committees as needed, Commissioner’s office, executive staff, club ownership and personnel.

“In addition to internal coordination, the Head of Security must work effectively with International, federal, state, and local law entities such as the Federal Bureau of Investigation, Secret Service, Homeland Security, and local law enforcement to ensure the security of the NFL’s venues, fans, players, staff and infrastructure. This executive will also be the primary supervisor of investigative programs, as well as oversee event security (including the Super Bowl and international games), game integrity programs, and department administration. He/she will take the lead in assessing security issues within the League and assigning and/or identifying the correct resources as they arise.”

Something says this position isn’t for the average Joe, but hey, it is fun to dream.

While the ad was placed with the hope of drawing interest from a wide range of candidates with the required skillset, it wouldn’t be too surprising to see someone who has worked around the league before find their way into the position.

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