Posted: September 4, 2015
We would like to welcome Jason Popejoy, who is the Bank Properties and Security Administrator at Hawaii National Bank!
What are your current job responsibilities as they relate to records and information management (RIM)?
My current job responsibility involves overseeing all bank properties statewide with facility issues, beautification, making sure security standards are followed-proper procedures for bank robberies etc., physical security (making sure cameras are functioning properly, camera placements, participate and cooperate with law enforcement with camera viewing for crimes committed in and/or around bank properties, serve as a liaison between law enforcement, EMS and other emergency personnel, administrator of access control system (swipe cards and keys), oversee vendors and contractors that perform work for the bank, handle all summons and subpoenas, process them and disburse to proper handlers and also appear in court if required.
- Can you share any specific challenges that you have experienced as they relate to RIM?
RIM challenges - not too many as the bank has a good system. It’s just learning the system.
- Other than work, tell us about yourself (Family/Hobbies/Where you plan on taking your next vacation).
I currently own a termite inspection company called Pacific Inspections along with working for Hawaii National Bank. I’ve been a high school coach in football, volleyball, basketball and track for 17 years (recently retired) for various private and public schools. I’m learning how to golf. I participate and serve in ”feeding the homeless” programs with my church in various locations on Oahu. I’ve been married for 25 years; I have a 24 year old daughter and 2 dogs.