On-Site Safety and Security Coordinator
Our Coordinators work seamlessly with our consulting team to implement planning projects on behalf of the district. Coordinators are available on a full or part-time basis. They are carefully vetted through a selective screening process and possess exceptional technical and interpersonal skills.
We have seen an enormous difference since adding a dedicated on-site Altaris Coordinator. It’s hard to imagine a time without Sean, our Altaris team member.
Unlike a direct security director hire made by your district, our coordinators are backed by our Altaris team of industry experts. Our consultants will collaborate with your coordinator and continually guide the process to ensure safe and secure schools and exceptional compliance with the array of state and federal mandates. In addition, our vast network of on-site coordinators means dramatically reduced project lead times and timely solutions to common K-12 safety and security challenges.
Most importantly, Altaris has an unmatched reputation in the K-12 safety and security industry.
Educators did not sign up to be directors of safety and security or emergency managers. Altaris handles all of the daily heavy lifting and helps you create exceptionally safe and prepared schools without the stress, complexity, and time commitment. K-12 safety and security is our only business so you can be assured of efficient operations, well-prepared staff, and compliance with all regulatory requirements.
Altaris can provide Coordinators on a full-time or part-time basis to work within any school budget. While most districts utilize a full-time Coordinator for consistency in managing daily operations, some clients have opted for a part-time position that may be shared with a neighboring district. The shared position schedule can be flexible to allow the Coordinator to be on-site in each district for scheduled meetings, drills, or other events. Specific work hours are based on the needs of each district.
Our solutions are designed for K-12 administrators who simply lack the time and expertise to manage the complex operations of safety, security, and emergency preparedness in their schools.