Interfaith Sanctuary Names Sloan Business Partner of the Year

The Interfaith Sanctuary provides shelter, a warm meal and compassion for Boise’s homeless population. Several years ago, this population was rocked by violence that required additional security.

It has been Sloan Security Group’s privilege to be able to be a lead a generous group of security providers over the last two years – Cook Security Group, Concentric Security, and ERMS/Peter Ashwin in providing security services to this vulnerable population.

CEO Brice Sloan said “Sloan relationship with the Sanctuary helped to clarify Sloan’s Why:

  • Creating Order from Chaos
  • Safety for the Vulnerable
  • Securing Trust

This is a link to an article published in the Interfaith Sanctuary’s blog

The Interfaith Sanctuary provides overnight shelter, a warm meal, supportive services, kindness and compassion to men, women & children who are experiencing homelessness. 

Sloan Security Group is an industry leader in delivering integrated physical security solutions to clients with critical security needs.

Perimeter Security Maintenance Technician (Boise)

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We are looking for a technician passionate about travel, repairing/maintaining security under a variety of conditions, while continuing grow their knowledge as technology continues to evolve. This person will be responsible for carrying out service and maintenance on various security equipment in a safe and efficient manner in conjunction with client needs.


  • Service and maintenance on:
  • Vehicle barriers
  • Operated bollards
  • Operated gates
  • Other security related equipment
  • Display a positive attitude.
  • Promote training; growth among the team.
  • Strive for excellence in Company safety and quality work standards.
  • Overcommunicate
  • Participate in SQPP completion.
  • Complete project ahead of schedule and under budget.
  • Promote excellent housekeeping of jobsite, tools, and equipment.
  • Communicate material, tool and equipment needs to supervisor as it pertains to plan.
  • Obtain supervisor approval prior to making purchases.
  • Report all safety incidents to supervisor immediately.
  • Communicate maintenance and repair items to supervisor
  • Responsible for co-workers.


    • Troubleshooting:
    • –Low Voltage Electricity
    • –PLC
    • –Controls
    • Knowledge of general construction
    • Position requires travel sometimes last minute
    • Ability to work independently and as a team
    • Pass background check
    • Pass pre-employment drug screen
    • Minimum GED
    • Must be 18 years or older

ESSENTIAL FUNCTIONS: The Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) considers “essential functions” as one of the following: 1) the reason the position exists; 2) there are limited number of other employees available to perform the function; 3) highly specialized duties, and the person is hired for this special expertise. List any duties that are essential functions.
o Able to use a computer and a phone
o Able to use office equipment (fax, copy machine, scanner)
o Must be able to move quickly from one area to another
o Able to operate a vehicle
o Ability to obtain security clearances
o Able to lift a minimum of 50 lbs.
o Travel 75%