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Keyholding Services | Security Guards UK

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Security Guards UK provide a 24 hour key holding services. We can deploy a member of our mobile response team to attend to alarm activations 24/7.

We provide our key holding services at a National Level. We endeavour to provide a “Rapid Response” key holding service. Clients’ keys are coded, security sealed and secured within our Control Centre Safes. They are only issued out to our response team for alarm activations.

Our Security Officers attend site, assess the situation and patrol the site, report all incidents and fill out all relevant paperwork. Our Security Supervisors monitor all incidents and relay all information to our dedicated 24 hour control room. We can arrange a FREE consultation with one of our experienced security solution Consultants and draft up a fully managed, integrated service.

Initial client meetings help to establish exact requirements and then a service level agreement is constructed which details specifics of the operation.

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Please visit our portfolio page1 for a list of companies we are currently working with.

For any further information regarding any aspect of our services, please do not hesitate to contact us on 0800 028 1513 or email us with your enquiry to [email protected]

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Require Door Supervisors for ongoing contracts in the Dumfries area….SIA Door Supervisor Licence. Proposed hours are between 4-20 hours a week.applicants must be able to work nights and weekends…. SIA Door Supervisor Licence. We are looking for a female Door Supervisor to work on an Event we have in Faversham on the 9th July 2017…. Doors/Retail/Static/Mobile Various shift patterns and good rates of pay. SIA Licensed Door Supervisors required for local on-going work.

10.00 to 13.00 /hour…. Bravo Security is recruiting SIA door supervisors for immediate start in Central London. Relief Security Officer – SIA Door Supervisors **…. SIA Door Supervisor Licence. We are offering an exciting opportunity to be a key part of a strong door supervision team for an iconic company…. SIA Door Supervisor Licence. Bridgegate Security, are seeking professional Door Supervisors to work in the entertainment industry at weekends in you local and… We are currently recruiting for SIA Door Supervisors throughout London to work on various projects that we have over June, July and August…. Door Supervisor positions. SIA Door Supervisor Licence. We’re currently recruiting both stewards and SIA Door Supervisors in Portsmouth and surrounding area’s… Event Security personnel are responsible for ensuring the safety of the patrons taking part in the event.

SIA Door Supervisor Licence…. Screening a person’s suitability to enter an event or establishment. As an SIA licensed member of our operational security team you will be expected to fulfil a… Valid Door Supervisor license. If applicant does not receive a phone call within 2 weeks they will understand they have been unsuccessful on this occasion….Door Supervisors are required for an Immediate start in Romsey near Southampton:.

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To supplement permanent security officers, or facilities where 24 hour manned guarding is not a requirement, our mobile patrols can be deployed to meet your security needs. Our team of professional, SIA licensed mobile patrol officers operate to BS7499 and deliver mobile security services as part of a dedicated 24 hour supervisory service4 via our National Support Centre. Mobile patrol teams can carry out routine or random checks at your premises to ensure your property is secure and prevent any criminal activity, and also provide key holding, lock and unlock services for commercial premises alarm response, as well as lone worker or accompanied visits services. Our National Support Centre offers remote monitoring and coordination of mobile patrol teams, to deliver an integrated security personnel and systems solution for the protection of your premises, customers and staff. The Centre is a BS 5979:2007 compliant Alarm Receiving Centre and in the event of an alarm notification, operatives can use footage from security systems in conjunction with wireless alarm solutions to identify the reason for activation, and take relevant action in accordance with Service Level Agreements. Our key holding service5 meets the agreed BS7984 standards advised by the Association of Chief Police Officers (ACPO). In the case of a suspected intrusion, the National Support Centre can despatch our 24-hour mobile patrol teams, who are trained to preserve the crime scene and notify both the police and client whilst maintaining a presence on the site until satisfied that the facility is secure.

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Multiple approvals for British and EU markets would cost the fire industry millions of pounds

FIREX 2017 IFSEC Global caught up with former Royal Navy firefighter Ian Moore about the FIA s new engineering qualifications, the innovations on show at FIREX 2017, his forthcoming talk at Europe s largest fire-safety show, and the need for a holistic approach to fire safety. Ian joined the FIA in September 2015 as the new CEO. Previously to this Ian was the Managing Director of several companies operating in the fire and security industry the most recent being Elmdene International and as a Vice President of Potter Signal.

Recently Chairman of the BSIA Export Council and BSIA Operating Board, member of several fire and security committees, he has a wealth of experience to bring. Having lived in Oman, Taiwan and UAE, Ian also brings strong International experience to support any export activities of the FIA and its members. IFSEC Global: How did you first become involved with fire safety? Ian Moore: Coming from being a weapons engineer in the Royal Navy, I misread the advertisement and thought it said Fire Arms and not Fire Alarms ! In all seriousness, I was fully trained as a firefighter in the Royal Navy and had responsibility on various ships for the fire detection, alarm and sprinkler systems fitted thought the ammunition magazines. Upon leaving the forces, it was by chance I saw the advertisement and the rest, as they say, is history. IG: Could you briefly outline what you plan to cover at FIREX? IM: The FIA s overriding message is that of raising the bar on professionalism. We believe by individual s professional qualifications and companies audited by a third party is the only way to ensure this happens.

In addition we want to promote what the FIA can do for its members which is multifaceted. IG: How much of an impact do you think the new FIA engineering qualifications will have on the skills crisis? IM: I believe it will have a huge impact as does most of the industry given the comments we have received during a recent market survey. We need to make the fire industry attractive to young entrants into the job market and having a formal qualification gained through training is a big step towards that goal. With the potential of a reduction in European skilled labour (due to BREXIT), it is very much the right time to be introducing these qualifications so that we do not get to a crisis point (although many would say we are at that point already). IG: What impact do you think Brexit might have on the fire industry and is there anything the industry can do to prepare or protect itself? IM: Brexit means different things to different companies and cannot be rounded off as good or bad. Once we know the true deals then companies will navigate themselves towards the best for them and their offering. Standards and compliance (specifically to EN) is critical and it is important Government/BSI ensure we don t end up in a position that manufacturers need multiple approvals to cover British and EU markets this would cost the industry millions of pounds in wasted fees/costs.

IG: Are there any recent fire safety innovations that you re particularly excited about? IM: There are a few and they will be on shown during FIREX. To name one that comes to mind, given that I have an imminent meeting on the subject, is Coltraco s constant monitoring of liquefied and non-liquefied gaseous extinguishing systems and water/air-tight integrity by using ultrasonic technology. It s great to see innovation, not just for innovation s sake, but something that can a make a real difference in ensuring life/property safety systems you are relying on are ready to deliver when required. IG: Is there anything that hasn t be spoken about in this Q&A that you think is important to get out to the public? IM: I believe we should always have a holistic view when it comes to fire safety. Each company will obviously promote their products/services as the right solution. Commercial decisions often reduce the option to fit belt and braces so the best solution for the money is sought. Getting a professional risk assessment will go a long way to guiding on the options so spend the time and money in ensuring you get the best advice/guidance as it will save you in the long run and will increase your chances of fitting an effective life /property safety solution.

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The rise of China, changing power dynamics, territorial disputes in the East and South China Sea, and the U.S. rebalance to Asia have all led to the re-emergence of the Indian Ocean as the center stage for power politics in the Indo-Pacific. Much has been written about China s assertive behavior in the South and East China Seas and it remains a cause of concern for all key actors in the region.

However, looking beyond these islands in Southeast Asia to the ones in the Indian Ocean, one realizes that Beijing has been working incessantly to secure its strategic interests and strengthen its role as a major player in the Indo-Pacific alarming other regional powers such as India and the U.S. The conflict in the South China Sea can be describe as a frozen situation with no dispute resolution in sight. While a number of mechanisms exist, none has been successful in solving the territorial claims. Apart from the occasional confrontation and verbal protests, Beijing seems to be in good control over the South China Sea. Having fairly secured its interests in the Western Pacific, China is now looking to expand its presence in the Indian Ocean.

While Beijing has the capabilities to venture out into the Indian Ocean, alarming a host of other nations in the region, it does not have the means to sustain its presence, especially in the event of a conflict. What China now seeks to do is court and improve relations with the small island nations in the India Ocean to facilitate its increasing presence in those waters. Beijing is thus using commercial initiatives to achieve its security and strategic aims in the region. In turn, New Delhi and Washington too are scrambling to strengthen relationships with their friends and allies and re-assert their influence over the small island nations.

This essay looks at the geo-strategic competition unfolding between China, the U.S., India, and their friends in the Indian Ocean.

The Malacca Dilemma

China is well aware of its challenges in projecting power in the Indian Ocean. Beijing has always been concerned about the security of its oil and gas imports from the Middle East and Africa transiting through the Indian Ocean and the Strait of Malacca. What is emerging as a greater concern is the reliance on American forces to secure the sea lines of communications (SLOCs) and chokepoints along the route. With no sustainable presence in the Indian Ocean, Beijing s energy imports are highly vulnerable in the event of a military standoff with New Delhi or Washington. Former Chinese President Hu Jintao talked of the Malacca Dilemma and the need to secure China s strategic and economic interests in the region. For China, the debate boils down to two key points either they find a way to reduce their dependency on the Malacca Strait or they maintain a credible presence in the Indian Ocean to equally secure the SLOCs.

This is perhaps one of the driving factors behind China s aggressive pursuit of good relations with the island nations in the Indian Ocean. In an effort to moderate its strategy and avoid attracting attention, Beijing is relying more on economic initiatives to strengthen its ties with small but critical islands in the Indian Ocean.

Kyauckpyu, Myanmar

Kyauckpyu is a small port town in Myanmar and possibly Beijing s answer to its Malacca Dilemma. The Chinese presence in Myanmar and the Bay of Bengal is too close for comfort for policymakers in New Delhi. However, undeterred by Indian concerns, China has continued to invest in Myanmar, resulting in two gas and oil pipelines ferrying Chinese energy imports straight from the Indian Ocean without crossing the Straits of Malacca. The first project to materialize was the gas pipeline connecting Kyauckpyu to Kunming in 2013.

The pipeline enables Beijing to completely avoid using the Malacca Strait and tap directly into Myanmar s offshore gas fields. The second project is an oil pipeline starting from Maday Island in Kyauckpyu and transiting to China s Yunnan province. The oil pipeline entered its operational stage as recently as January 2015. This oil pipeline runs parallel to the gas pipeline, directly transferring Beijing s oil imports from West Asia and Africa. The gas and oil pipelines help solve China s Malacca Dilemma, increasing its energy security tremendously.

While the pipelines have great economic benefits for Myanmar as well, the underlying strategic dimension of the project cannot be overstated.

Coco Islands

Geographically a part of the Andaman group of islands, Great Coco Island and Little Coco Island are controlled by Myanmar. Since the early 1990s, there have been frequent reports of China using those islands for military and naval purposes but there is no certain proof of whether the islands are actually under Chinese control. Thus, Chinese presence on the Coco Islands, developing intelligence systems and other naval facilities, is unnerving for nearby India. While it is yet not certain whether the Great Coco island hosts Chinese intelligence systems, there is greater acknowledgement11 on the building of runways and other connectivity infrastructure on the Cocos. The Andaman and Nicobar Islands (ANI), controlled by India, are located southwest of the Cocos, closer to Indonesia and to the busy sea lanes of the Malacca Strait.

The islands give India a strategic advantage in the Indian Ocean Region perhaps why New Delhi established there its first and only tri-command (Army, Navy and Air Force) service in 2001. India s control over the islands has proved instrumental in collaborating with the navies of the region and carrying out critical exercises such as MILAN and MALABAR. Chinese control of the Coco Islands in Myanmar would mean that Beijing would have the advantage of monitoring the Indian Navy in close proximity. With growing Chinese investments in Myanmar and developing ties between the two nations, Beijing s military presence in the Cocos is definitely a possibility over time, if not an overnight development. A military presence in the Coco Islands,if truly established, would give China the edge to monitor India s naval activities with other powers in the region.

It will also affect other regional powers such as Australia and the U.S. and strengthen China s foothold in the Indian Ocean. In February 2014, China carried out naval exercises through the Lombok Strait near Indonesia, deploying its largest landing ship, the Changbaishan. The drill was closely watched by countries like India, Australia, and the U.S., as it underlines China s ability to project power beyond its shores.

While as of now China is only projecting into the Indian Ocean, Beijing s growing ties with the island nations of the Indian Ocean will allow the PLA Navy to maintain a more sustainable presence in the IOR. Conscious of Beijing s Indian Ocean strategy, the Indian government under Prime Minister Modi is paying a considerable amount of attention to maritime security and to strengthening ties with the IOR islands and littorals. With a new government coming into power in Sri Lanka, India is eagerly looking to step up its security ties with the island nation. Chinese infrastructure and development projects such as the Hambantota port and the frequent docking of Beijing s submarines at Colombo for re-fueling and refreshment is a growing concern for India.

Capitalizing on the new opportunity extended by the Maithripala Sirisena government (India was the destination of Sirisena s maiden overseas visit), Modi is scheduled to travel to Colombo in March to discuss key issues of interest and concern between the two countries. Modi will also travel to the Maldives and Seychelles during the same leg of the trip, strengthening New Delhi s Indian Ocean act. While India cannot block Beijing s entry into the Indian Ocean game, New Delhi is in dire need of strengthening its own.

Cocos (Keeling) Islands

The Cocos (Keeling) Islands are an Australian Indian Ocean territory and an area of strategic importance given the critical SLOCs that pass through the region. While at present there are no military establishments in the islands, the Cocos could serve as a U.S. military base in the future as a result of competition for strategic space in the Indian Ocean. According to Australian Defense analyst Ross Babbage22, the Cocos (keeling) Islands can extend Australia s reach into the surrounding region for surveillance, air defense, and maritime and ground strike operations.

The islands could, in effect, serve as unsinkable aircraft carriers and resupply ships. These islands could prove critical to Australia and its allies during a time of emergence in the Indian Ocean. According to a report by the Wall Street Journal33 in February this year, Washington is looking to expand its maritime ties with Australia and India and hence is looking for a feasible Australian port and base to function out of. The report quotes U.S.

Chief of Navy Operations Adm. Jonathan Greenert as saying We re doing a study to see what might be feasible for naval cooperation in and around Australia, which might include basing ships. The U.S. military presence in a base outside of Darwin is already set to increase, given Obama s announcement in 2011 that the U.S. will deploy 2,500 marines at the base on a rotational basis. As a part of the U.S.

rebalance strategy and growing defense ties with Canberra, American presence in the Indian Ocean will only increase, especially in the face of a stronger China. Small islands dotting the Indian Ocean are emerging at the center stage of great power politics unfolding in the Indian Ocean Region. These islands are critical in sustaining credible presence in the vast Indian Ocean outreach, encompassing the key SLOCs forming the backbone of the global economy. Control and authority over the Indian Ocean will help a nation emerge as true maritime power.

Access to and control of islands (through military and commercial initiatives) seems to be a key part of China s strategy to establish itself as a maritime power. However, unlike in the South China Sea, the Indian Ocean cannot be controlled by one particular nation because of the sheer vastness of the area and the presence of multiple regional powers (or, as one may say, middle powers). What the Indo-Pacific region needs is a security architecture that can contain the territorial disputes in the Western Pacific and stop the hostility from spilling over to the other side of the Malacca strait.

The author has written a companion piece on the topic of Indian Ocean security architecture, which can be accessed here44.

Darshana M.

Baruah is a Junior Fellow at the New Delhi based think tank the Observer Research Foundation.

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Access control in the connected workplace 2017

The benefits and barriers to enhancing convenience and compliance in connected buildings. IFSEC Global has surveyed hundreds of security professionals, facility managers and building owners/managers across 54 countries to ascertain just how integrated with one another smart building technologies are in a range of building types, from offices to industrial premises. The industry poll had a particular focus on access control, secure identities and credentials and how they consolidate across disparate systems for enhanced monitoring and user experience as people enter and move around buildings and gain access to different systems.

We also wanted to ascertain awareness levels regarding the benefits of integration, to what extent they incentivise system upgrades, whether integration is associated with a heightened cybersecurity risk and viewpoints on what the convergence of physical and IT systems means for training needs and the structure of IT, facilities and physical security teams. The results of this survey are presented in a free-to-download trend report sponsored by HID Global, which powers the trusted identities of the world s people, places and things. Complete the short form to download this trend report.

BSIA expands business awards with three new categories

Industry news The British Security Industry Association (BSIA) has launched three new awards, expanding its existing awards programme, opening it up to contributions from across its membership. The Security Business Awards will be presented at the BSIA s annual luncheon, in Covent Garden s Grand Connaught Rooms in July 2017, before an audience of security business leaders as well as representatives from police forces and government. There are three awards categories.

The International Partnership Award underscores the capability of the UK security industry in embodying the BSIA s export brand values of world class security through innovation and experience. The award will be given to a BSIA member company that has overcome challenges to deliver a project outside the UK either for an overseas customer or partner organisation. The Environmental Award recognises the commitment of a security company, or its employees, to improve sustainability within the organisation, or to improve their local community s wider environment. The Innovative Security Project of the Year Award recognises projects that mark a first for either the industry, a particular market, or a new application of an existing security solution. The BSIA s head of marketing and communications, Amanda Caton, says: Our established awards scheme is already successful in enabling us to recognise and reward the outstanding contributions made by security personnel, but we wanted to ensure that we re also recognising companies wider commitments to promoting the worldwide reputation of the industry, improving corporate social responsibility and applying existing solutions in new and innovative ways. Nomination forms are available to download from the BSIA s website. The BSIA is a longstanding and valued partner of, and exhibitor at, IFSEC International, Europe s biggest fire and security trade show taking place 20-22 June 2017, London ExCeL. Get your free badge now. Visit Europe s leading security event in June 2017 Visit IFSEC International for exclusive access to every security product on the market, live product demonstrations and networking with thousands of security professionals.

From access control and video surveillance to smart buildings, cyber, border control and so much more. It is the perfect way to keep up to date, protect your business and enhance your career in the security industry. Click here to register your place now to join us at London Excel on 20 22 June 2017.

TDSi and Litestar announce Singapore partnership

Asian markets UK-based integrated security products manufacturer TDSi has entered a partnership with Singaporean installer Litestar Technologies to increase its foothold in the region. Litestar supplies integrated electronic security systems to small and mid-sized firms, as well as multinationals and governments the Asia-Pacific region. John Davies, managing director of TDSi, says: Litestar is a premium security installation expert with considerable technical expertise and unrivalled local market knowledge This is a very exciting region to be involved with and we look forward to growing our business together.

Though Singapore is a mature market for access control, it remains lucrative and Litestar is confident there is scope for growing its market share with TDSi. Singapore is a fast-paced and cosmopolitan state undergoing plenty of change. TDSi s scalable products are well suited to the local market. In addition the company offers a wide range of access control products, which can integrate with third party systems, which allows Litestar to offer customers a fully integrated security offering. Litestar Technologies was established in 2007 by a group of security professionals with the aim of bringing world-class technologies in security to all its customers that also provide a good return on investment. Check out the latest security solutions from TDSi at IFSEC International, 20-22 June 2017, London ExCeL. You can find them on stands A1250 and B1250. Get your free badge now. Can you afford not to attend?

Driven by rising concerns over public and private sector safety, the access control market is set to be worth a substantial $8.6 billion by 2018. Register for IFSEC International 2017 to discover the latest products designed to protect your buildings, your assets, and your people. Meet with leading access control suppliers, quiz them first hand on their latest products and see new technology in action.

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7.50/hour

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North London (12 miles)

Posted

04/05/2017 (08:09)

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Type

Permanent

Description

Security OfficerRetail Support (North London) North London (N22) and surrounding. 7.50 per hour

Cordant Security are currently looking for a Retail Security Support Officer to be based in the North London (N22) and surrounding area. You will be asked to cover multiple sites across our prestigious client base. Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licences/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
* Act as a visual deterrent
* Liaising with police and other emergency services
* Report writing
* Internal

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7.50/hour

Location

City of London (11 miles)

Posted

04/05/2017 (08:08)

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Type

Permanent

Description

Security OfficerRetail Support (East London) East London (E17) and surrounding.

7.50 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for a Retail Security Support Officer to be based in the East London (E17) and surrounding area. You will be asked to cover multiple sites across our prestigious client base. Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licences/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
* Act as a visual deterrent
* Liaising with police and other emergency services
* Report writing
* Internal

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8/hour

Location

West End (7 miles)

Posted

25/04/2017 (16:28)

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Type

Permanent

Description

Security Officer – Elite Retail Support (Central London)

Central London 8.00 per hour Cordant Security are currently looking for professional security officers to join our prestigious retail contracts in and around Central London.

Interested candidates must have a valid frontline SIA licences/SIA training certificates. Responsibilities of the Retail Security Officer: * Ensure the safety and security of staff and customers within working environment
* Act as a visual deterrent
* Liaising with police and other emergency services
* Report writing
* Internal/external patrols
* Promoting loss prevention
* Any other associated security

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7.50 – 12.55/hour

Location

City of London, Greater London (6 miles)

Posted

12/05/2017 (14:27)

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Type

Permanent

Description

We currently have various security roles in and around London. We are look for Retail and Corporate Security and Front of House officers to join various sites. At VSG we supply Security Services to a variety of blue chip clients. We are accredited to the highest standards of security, delivering performance along with general business standards. We provide services for Manned Guarding, Security Systems, Mobile Security, Secure Event Solutions and Soft Services to all of our clients. With a security role at VSG your main duty is to ensure the safety and security of the client, their employees and visitors and their premises and property. Duties

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23,000 – 24,000/annum

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London

Posted

02/05/2017 (18:17)

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Type

Permanent

Description

Retail Loss Prevention Officer
Salary: 23k – 24K
Hours: Days only (5 days from 7)
Location: Central London

Do you have a high-level of customer service? We are seeking a customer focused Retail Loss Prevention Officers to join a leading retailer in Central London. This is a permanent role and offers opportunity for long term career progression.

Applicants should have strong customer service skills and ideally have retail security experience. Your duties will include: Providing a customer focused security presence
Ensuring a safe and secure environment for staff and visitors
Meeting and greeting customers
Patrols of the store
Conducting

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23,000 – 24,000/annum

Location

London

Posted

07/05/2017 (13:06)

Company

Type

Permanent

Description

Retail Loss Prevention Officer
Salary: 23k – 24K
Hours: Days only (5 days from 7)
Location: Central London

Do you have a high-level of customer service? We are seeking a customer focused Retail Loss Prevention Officers to join a leading retailer in Central London. This is a permanent role and offers opportunity for long term career progression. Applicants should have strong customer service skills and ideally have retail security experience. Your duties will include: Providing a customer focused security presence
Ensuring a safe and secure environment for staff and visitors
Meeting and greeting customers
Patrols of the store
Conducting

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10/hour

Location

Posted

25/04/2017 (14:56)

Company

Type

Permanent

Description

Female Corporate Security Officer
Rate: 10 per hour
Location: Croydon
Hours: Monday to Friday: 9am – 5pm

Are you SIA licensed? Do you have a high level of customer focus? Working at a corporate multi-tenanted office in Croydon your role will include front of house, meeting and greeting visitors, issuing passes and managing access control to the site. Applicants should meet the following criteria: SIA Licensed
Excellent communication skills Duties will include:

Meeting and greeting customers
Front of house reception work
Providing a high level of customer service
Internal patrols
Monitoring CCTV
Key holding
Issuing passes to visitors

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Permanent

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10/hour

Location

Croydon (2 miles)

Posted

14/05/2017 (10:20)

Company

Type

Permanent

Description

Female Corporate Security Officer
Rate: 10 per hour
Location: Croydon
Hours: Monday to Friday: 9am – 5pm Are you SIA licensed? Do you have a high level of customer focus?

Working at a corporate multi-tenanted office in Croydon your role will include front of house, meeting and greeting visitors, issuing passes and managing access control to the site. Applicants should meet the following criteria: SIA Licensed
Excellent communication skills

Duties will include: Meeting and greeting customers
Front of house reception work
Providing a high level of customer service
Internal patrols
Monitoring CCTV
Key holding
Issuing passes to visitors
Escorting

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Permanent

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10/annum

Location

Croydon, Greater London (2 miles)

Posted

21/04/2017 (17:18)

Company

Type

Permanent

Description

Corporate Security Officer
Rate: 10.00 per hour
Location: Croydon
Hours:
Wk 1: Monday-Friday 07.00-14.30 37.5 hours per week
Wk 2 Monday-Friday 14.00-21.30 37.5 hours per week Are you SIA licensed? Do you have a high level of customer focus? Working at a corporate multi-tenanted office in Croydon your role will include front of house, meeting and greeting visitors, issuing passes and managing access control to the site. Applicants should meet the following criteria:

SIA Licensed
Excellent communication skills Duties will include: Meeting and greeting customers
Front of house reception work
Providing a high level of customer service

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Permanent

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More than 10

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8.88/hour

Location

Redhill (12 miles)

Posted

23/04/2017 (11:07)

Company

Type

Permanent

Description

Corporate Security Officer – Redhill
Rate of Pay: 8.88 per hour + Overtime
Hours: 3 days, 3 Nights 3 off
Location: Redhill

Are you SIA licensed? Do you want to work at a corporate site in Redhill? The role will mainly involve undertaking control room duties in a corporate environment. Applicants should meet the following criteria: SIA Licensed
Excellent communication skills Duties will include:

Meeting and greeting customers
High level of customer service
Conducting investigations
Monitoring CCTV
Key holding
Retail loss prevention
Security patrols
Staff searches Established as a Security Recruitment specialist

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8.88/hour

Location

Redhill (12 miles)

Posted

01/05/2017 (11:31)

Company

Type

Permanent

Description

Corporate Security Officer – Redhill
Rate of Pay: 8.88 per hour + Overtime
Hours: 3 days, 3 Nights 3 off
Location: Redhill Are you SIA licensed?

Do you want to work at a corporate site in Redhill? The role will mainly involve undertaking control room duties in a corporate environment. Applicants should meet the following criteria:

SIA Licensed
Excellent communication skills Duties will include: ‘ ‘ Meeting and greeting customers
‘ ‘ High level of customer service
‘ ‘ Conducting investigations
‘ ‘ Monitoring CCTV
‘ ‘ Key holding
‘ ‘ Retail loss prevention
‘ ‘ Security patrols
‘ ‘ Staff searches

Established as a Security

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Permanent

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8/hour

Location

London

Posted

05/05/2017 (16:18)

Company

Type

Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary

Description

Event Security Officers – Immediate Availability
Location: London
Pay: 8.00ph Are you looking for a position with hours to match your availability? Do you hold a SIA License? Momentum Security Recruitment is working with a growing National Events Security Company. We are currently recruiting for a number of Events Security Officers. The assignments can suit your currently availability. All candidates must have a valid in date SIA license Standards: SIA License
Great customer service
Be of smart appearance
Excellent written and verbal English
Live local to London or willing to travel
The ability to be flexible and adaptable
A 5 year checkable

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Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary

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9.46/hour

Location

Posted

27/04/2017 (10:34)

Company

Type

Permanent

Description

Female Corporate Security Officer
Location: Central London
Rate: 9.46
Hours: Days & Nights

Do you have excellent customer service skills with the ability to provide a friendly and secure front of house service? We have opportunities for Female Security professionals to join the customer focused team of a corporate security location in Central London. Applicants should hold a SIA license with first class customer service skills and be able to provide a friendly front of house service.

Applicants should be female due to the need to search female members of staff. There is an excellent rate of pay on offer and the opportunity to work at

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35,000/annum

Location

Posted

20/04/2017 (12:46)

Company

Type

Permanent

Description

Security Control Room Manager
Location: Central London
Salary: Circa 35k
Hours: Rolling roster of Days & Nights Do you hold a SIA License? Happy working a mix of day & night shifts? Prior experience of working in a busy control room? Due to the nature of the site we would welcome applications from ex-Military candidates. Applicants should have prior corporate security experience along with experience of managing a team. Applicants should meet the following criteria: Prior supervisory/management experience in the security sector or Military, Police service etc.
Experience of managing, motivating and leading a team
SIA licensed
Happy working

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Permanent

Applications

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35,000/annum

Location

London

Posted

23/04/2017 (11:06)

Company

Type

Permanent

Description

Security Shift Manager (Corporate)
Location: Central London
Salary: Circa 35k
Hours: Rolling roster of Days & Nights

Do you hold a SIA License? Happy working a mix of day & night shifts? Applicants should have prior corporate security experience along with experience of managing a team.

Due to the nature of the site we would welcome applications from ex-Military candidates. Applicants should meet the following criteria: Prior supervisory/management experience in the security sector or Military, Police service etc.
Experience of managing, motivating and leading a team
SIA licensed
Happy working a mix of days, nights & weekends on a rota basis

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Posted

07/05/2017 (11:31)

Company

Type

Permanent

Description

Project Engineer
Location: London
Package: a competitive salary is on offer along with company vehicle,

Are you looking to join a quality focused security solutions provider with a tremendous company culture? If you are looking to become a part of a rapidly growing company with opportunity for future career growth then please get in touch. You will conduct site visits, client meetings, initial pre-sales surveys, manage contractors and lead of project installations.

What they will offer:

A competitive salary along with company benefits
The opportunity to work on a range of high-end projects
The chance to be a part of a growing solutions

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