About the Company

The Landmark Group is a leading real estate development and services business in Africa. TheLandmark story began in London in 1997 as a serviced office provider. As we expanded across Europe and into Africa, so did our knowledge of the industry and global trends. We then metamorphosized into a Property Development Company and proceeded to create our own property destination.

The Landmark is a business, leisure and lifestyle destination and our ecosystem is currently made up of a diverse development portfolio of over 150,000sqm, which cuts across seven industries. These industries include commercial offices, retail developments, hospitality and conferencing facilities, a Leadership Academy, several food and beverage facilities, residential facilities, and recreational and sporting facilities along the Atlantic Ocean coastline.

Our development pipeline is replete with innovative and challenging projects, and we are always on the look-out to bolster our team with innovative individuals with the mettle to not only the dream the future but also build it.

The Opportunity

With the growing needs of the Landmark Group, the organization needs an individual who would be responsible for the security management of the organization, by using his knowledge, skills, and abilities to set the goals and objective that will ensure the efficient protection of the organization’s assets

The successful candidate would be responsible for preparing daily incident reports, requisitions and other inter office memos and ensure that all allegations of the crime and other incidents are investigated and properly recorded. The CSO will act as an advisor in security matters to the CEO and must foster a culture of security importance throughout the organization.

  • Oversee and coordinate security efforts across the company.

  • Oversee all activities of the security management company at Landmark facilities

  • Supervise and co-ordinate all security operatives, security supervisors and bouncers of the Landmark Group.

  • Ensure security within the Group’s premises is maintained and updated.

  • Advise security team and conduct investigations of significant threats and loss or misappropriation of assets.

  • Conduct frequent security audits to identify potential problems related to physical security, staff safety and asset protection.

  • Record incident reports with detailed accounts of occurrences.

  • Create procedures for identifying and tracking threatening or fraudulent activities within the organisation.

  • Implement procedure to patrol internal building spaces and facility grounds to identify and deter threats to assets.

  • Inspect and adjust security systems, equipment and machinery to maximize coverage of parking lots and building interior and exterior.

  • Work independently and collaboratively to resolve urgent issues to protect lives and property.

  • Implement and enforce security policies to maintain safe environment.

  • Ensure that all security personnel provide services that are above and beyond for customer satisfaction.

  • Organize weekly training for all security operatives.

  • Oversee and guide the efforts of the Fire and safety Committee

  • Establish crisis management and contingency planning.

  • Prioritize security initiatives.

  • Maintain relationships with the Nigerian police, Lagos State Traffic Management (LASTMA), Task Force and other related government agencies; and investigate all security breaches.

Qualifications/Work Experience

A University degree and a minimum of 5-8 years’ experience in corporate security/law enforcement/military is necessary for this role. Understanding of new technology for security management required. Fluency in English in both written and spoken and the capability to follow safety and security rules and procedures without compromises. Industry certifications and work experience will be an added advantage.

Key to Success:

The individual will need to demonstrate:

  • Strong leadership skills, critical thinking
  • Ability to work independently with minimal supervision as well as work effectively within a multidisciplinary team.
  • Superior verbal and written interpersonal communication skills
  • The ability to collaborate and build consensus across departments and among stake holders
  • Emotional Intelligence
  • Teamwork and problem solving to achieve goals
  • Well organized with good prioritization/workload management abilities.
  • Professional discipline and importance of outstanding work
  • A high level of integrity and trust
  • Commitment to self-learning and continuous skill and professional knowledge development.


The CSO may be:

  • Required to work at different premises
  • The work can be pressured at times, particularly when emergencies arise.
  • Managing difficult clients
  • Decision making and risk taking

Qualified candidates should send their CV and cover letter to