Security Officers

Discussion in 'Jobs (Discussion)' started by pots359v, May 19, 2009.

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  1. I am in the position of being able to offer employment at a very prestigious site.

    The work will be basic security operations, patrols (mostly internal), checking passes etc.

    Pay in the region of 23K without overtime (based on a 48 hour week)
    this may change to a 56 hour week.

    Please IM me for details.
     
  2. Where in the country is it??
     
  3. And which town is it in?
     
  4. Am i right to assume you need to be SIA licence ?
     
  5. Sorry guys;


    Primarily within London

    Yes SIA licence is a requirement, minimun of manned guarding

    start date june/july 09
     
  6. Bit of a bummer, my last job was in-house so they didnt need to licence us up. :-(
     
  7. terroratthepicnic

    terroratthepicnic LE Reviewer Book Reviewer
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    23K in London is quite a pants pay packet. Most security officers in London can earn over 26K before overtime.
     
  8. Not bad wages at all, any more vacancies? :)
     
  9. Having been in the industry for a while now I believe this to be incorrect. The officers we supply are on £9 per hour, most company's in London are providing officers for less than £8.

    The shift pattern is yet to be finalised could be 56 hour week which will mean a salary of just over 26k which is of course without overtime.
     
  10. I don't earn that in Manchester, not for 48 hours
     
  11. terroratthepicnic

    terroratthepicnic LE Reviewer Book Reviewer
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    Is that on a 7/3/7/4 rosta?
     
  12. roster not yet confirmed

    it will either be a 4 on 4 off or 7/3 7/4

    yes there are still vacancies

    please pm me for further details and contact point to send CV
     
  13. Sounds like my old job in the UJC!
     
  14. I can assure you, you are way off the mark!

    Good entry point into the private security field and a nice line on the CV!