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G4s Plc - Wigan, Greater Manchester, North West, UK

You will work mostly Monday to Friday and between 8:45am - 5:15pm, with some weekends and evenings required.


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Yodel - Hatfield, Hertfordshire, Hertfordshire, United Kingdom

Role Overview Security Guard Permanent Hatfield Competitive Salary We currently have 2 roles available: 25 hours per week Friday to Sunday 17:00 - 02:00 on Friday and 16:00 - 00:00 Saturday and Sunday... Security Guard Work careers...

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The Bristol Port Company - Bristol, Avon, South West, UK

Salary: £21,000 - £24,000 per annum plus attractive benefits package Location: Bristol Security Guard careers... £21000 - £24000 per annum + attractive benefits package

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Logic Service Management - Newark on Trent, Nottinghamshire, United Kingdom

You must be smart in appearence and polite, friendly and professional. You should have Customer service skills guard jobs... £9/hour

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from: (+1 source) - 6 days ago

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Industria Personnel Services - Lutterworth, United Kingdom

Location: Magna Park, Lutterworth Salary: £8.72 per hour train guard... £8.72/hour

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Area Security Officer  

G4s Plc - Northampton, Northamptonshire, East Midlands, UK (+8 locations)

You'll be a key part of our team covering a range of sites within your area you will ensure the safety of our customers staff, their buildings and assets, whilst providing excellent customer service with... security guards uk... Up to £9.69 per hour

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from: - 26 days ago

Security Officer / Security Guard / Police Support  

The Bristol Port Company - Bristol, United Kingdom

An attractive benefits package is on offer, which includes generous annual leave and pension scheme contribution. There is also a scheme currently in operation which rewards all employees with a share... security guards uk... £21000 - £24000/annum attractive benefits package

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Gi Group - Northampton, Northamptonshire, United Kingdom

- Must have excellent communication skills Northampton Town Centre £9.50 ph - Black trousers tesco security guard... £9.50/hour

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from: (+2 sources) - 6 days ago

Area Security Officer  

G4s Plc - Blackburn, Lancashire, North West, UK

As an Area Security Officer at G4S, you are more than a Security Guard. security guards... Up to £9 per hour

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Security Officer/Security Guard  

MHR Group - HP13, High Wycombe, Buckinghamshire, United Kingdom (+2 locations)

DAY & NIGHT shifts start between (Apply online only)-2000 / nights are the opposite times These are ongoing shifts for the client we need a team on site, there are more than one position available checking... security guard essex... £10/hour

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Premier Work Support - Medway, Kent, United Kingdom (+1 location)

You will have good communication and customer service skills and be able to converse with visitors to the sites. armed guard... £9.50 - £12.00/hour Company Benefits

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Security Guards or security officers are required to take care of people, valuables or buildings. Their duties are closely related to procedures to avoid damage and theft cases. These guards can work for a large variety of companies, such as banks, retail shops, airports, and public institutions. The…

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  • Becoming a security guard - training Stevel

    Hi all, I've recently lost my job due to COVID-19 and want to become a security guard. I am searching for a trustworthy company to buy the training off. Any recommendations? I came across are they any good?

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  • How to get a security job? Vikingsblu

    I am looking for a career in law enforcement. I want to develop "people" skills, conflict resolution skills, and other things. I am a student right now, is looking to do this as a weekend job. I have heard that of security companies who would hire for part-time work and offer courses. Upon completion of the course, they will help in getting security guard jobs, and following they would pass our details to other security companies. Later in life, I would have a better chance of getting hired as a police officer or other law enforcement officers, as I would have developed experience in things such as interacting with the public and dealing with conflict. So having said that, here is my question. Does this work? Will this open a window of opportunity in law enforcement for real? I am 18 years old, how long will it take assuming I would work as a guard from now on?

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  • Radios Vtwin Vixen

    Hi, What is the most popular radio you guys use, and the prefered ear piece? D/G ring or acoustic tube? I am doing some research into this subject for work.

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  • Warrants Irbaz

    Hi im new in the security industry and am working as security for an accommodation building. 3 men turned up today with a warrant to turn the power off because the owner owed the power company 40 grand. They said they could enter by force if i didnt let them in, so i did. But should have refused entry? Would I have gotten into trouble for refusing entry since they had the warrant to enter?

    • David@swbmacademy:

      You would not be able to stop them if they had a warrant to turn the power off, if you did, most likely they would call police and gain access anyway (if the warranty was genuine). However, you should have notified the owner and your employer straight away, asks those people from Power Company to wait for the owner and perhaps, the owner would have dealt with them.

      On the other hand, if those people from Power Company were rude to you and/or did not want to wait, you are a security guard and absolutely entitled to verify each and every single individual trying to gain access into your premises. I would still notify the owner and the employer (security company) and tell them (power company people) that the validity of the warranty and their identities needed to be verified.

      In this day and age, people forge money, how easy is to forge a piece of paper. Especially, if you had no information about the debt or power company’s arrival. All security guards are entitled to identify everyone and verify the details, if they possess no information.

      However, if you knew about their visit, then you did right, but the owner and your employer should have been notified anyway.

      If you would like to discuss it further or have other questions, please see the details below to get in touch with us.

      In summary, knowing how many questions guards may have, we have launched a security community forum for security personnel. Those who are about to join or have already joined security industry are welcome to ask us questions, discuss issues and we will happily attempt to answer them as efficiently as possible. Please consider that none of our answers can be considered as legal advice, we just share our opinion and experience with you -

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  • poaching a security guard Terryathome

    My friend is a security guard employed by a security company in Slough
    He has worked for them for about 5 years and has been working in the same placement
    for about 2 years. He was told by a co-worker within the placements organisation that the position he is fulfilling has been advertised and the co-workers recommended he apply.
    If he were to get the job would the security company be entitled to any form of payment for effectively poaching of a member of their staff?
    If so any idea how much?
    He is reluctant to tell the security company he is looking for another job.

    • Philip:

      I would definitely apply if he's interested in the job. you don't have to be actively looking to find out about job openings. People talk and share information, and more so when with a click of the mouse or a simple share you can send information wherever you like...

    • David@swbmacademy:

      Usually, security company contracts with both clients and employees include compensation clause, it outlines that neither employees have right to approach their (security company) clients directly for some defined period of time (3 years, 5 years, etc.) during or after terminating the employment nor their (security company) clients can employ security company staff directly for some defined period of time (3 years, 5 years, etc.).
      Should this contract be broken then whoever breaks the contract will be asked to pay compensation. For instance: if a contract includes above mentioned 3 year rule than whoever breaks it could be liable of paying whatever the profit security company should have received during those 3 years.

      You need to check the contract.

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