Reference Library – England – Devon
We are actively looking to recruit a dedicated Relief and Standby Security/Reception/Administration Officer to cover at our busy assignment in Lifton, Devon PL16 0BB. Pay rate is currently 7.72 per hour.The position is working day and night shifts working to man a busy Gatehouse 247 undertaking Security, reception, customer service and administration functions as and when needed to cover annual leave, sickness and absenteeism. Immediate start available for the right candidate – MUST HAVE SIA License, own transport and fully vettable 5 year history as well as legal right to work in the UK.Please submit a full CV in the first instance covering the last five years work history, by email, to arrange a local interview.
- Lifton PL16
- Secondary education
- Security: 1 year
Required licences or certifications:
- Driving License
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- Retired head of U.S . Southern Command is to be Trump’s pick to lead Department of Homeland Security
- Kelly, 66, will be second general in cabinet and is third to be named to Trump team
- He joins Defense Secretary pick, retired Marine General James ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis and national security adviser-designate, Army Lieutenant General Michael Flynn
- Kelly served for 45 years and differed from President Obama on Mexican border security
President-elect Donald Trump plans to nominate retired Marine General John Kelly to lead the Department of Homeland Security, CBS News reported on Wednesday. Kelly, the former head of the U.S .
Southern Command, has accepted the offer, CBS said, citing unidentified sources. Reuters has not independently confirmed the choice. Kelly, 66, would be the third general Trump has tapped for a high-level position in his administration.
SCROLL DOWN FOR VIDEO Security supremo: John Kelly, the retired Marine Corps general who is being nominated for Homeland Security . He met with the president-elect on November 30 and is being named by sources as Trump’s pick
General in charge: Retired Marine General James ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis flew with Donald Trump to North Carolina on Tuesday to be officially unveiled as his choice for the Pentagon
General at his side: Michael Flynn, a retired Army lieutenant general, is Trump’s choice for national security adviser
The Republican president-elect, who has no military experience, planned to nominate retired General James Mattis to lead the Department of Defense and picked retired Lieutenant General Michael Flynn to be his national security adviser. Kelly differed with Democratic President Barack Obama on key issues and has warned of vulnerabilities along the United States’ southern border with Mexico. As head of the U.S .
Southern Command, his final leadership post in a 45-year military career, Kelly was responsible for U.S . military activities and relationships in Latin America and the Caribbean. Although Kelly’s military experience may give him insight into overseas threats, like drug trafficking or Islamic extremism, it will do little to prepare him for the legal and political complexities of grappling with a sprawling agency that oversees everything from airport security to protecting against cyber threats and responding to domestic crises.
Trump’s most senior appointment is that of ‘Mad Dog’ Mattis to the Pentagon.
At a rally in North Carolina on Tuesday evening, Trump introduced him to the crowd and said he would be ‘incredible’. He also warned Congress that if it doesn’t give a special waiver to Mattis, people will be ‘angry.’ Democrats are balking at the procedure Republicans are trying to use to fast-track the waiver. Trump brought Mattis before a cheering crowd in Fayetteville, a military town that is home to Fort Bragg and other installations.
‘He’ll get that waiver, right?’ Trump told the crowd. ‘Oh, if he don’t get that waiver there’d be a lot of angry people,’ Trump warned. ‘Such a popular choice,’ he observed.
Approval: Trump met Kelly at his golf club in Bedminster, New Jersey, on 20 November and again at Trump Tower 10 days later for talks
‘What a great guy he’s gonna be incredible,’ Trump said. ‘Mad Dog plays no games, right?’ Trump observed, using Mattis’ nickname. Democrats are complaining about a GOP leadership move to expedite a waiver for Donald Trump’s pick to lead the Pentagon, retired Gen . James Mattis
Congress must provide a waiver to Mattis to overcome a 1947 statute on civilian control of the military that states that the Defense head must have been out of uniform for at least seven years. Mattis has ‘committed his life to his love for our country,’ Trump said. ‘General Mattis is the living embodiment of the Marine Corps motto: semper fidelis always faithful,’ Trump said. He said Mattis ‘will now be the civilian leader atop the Department of Defense.’
Mattis, wearing a dark suit, made brief remarks that acknowledged the sensitivity of the situation.
‘I look forward to being the civilian leader so long as the Congress gives me the waiver and the Senate votes to consent,’ Mattis told the crowd.
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PUBLISHED: November 15, 2015 16:30 LAST UPDATED: November 15, 2015 17:37
A farmer caught speeding has been jailed for claiming his dead neighbour was behind the wheel at the time.
At Plymouth Crown Court, Andrew George Evans, of Ludlow, was sentenced to six weeks after he pleaded guilty to perverting the course of justice by lying to police. The 48-year-old triggered a speed camera when he drove at 51mph in a 30mph zone in Plymouth on April 14. Having been sent a prosecution notice by Devon and Cornwall Police, Evans sent it back claiming his neighbour Ben Hughes had been driving at the time of the offence.
But when police tried to contact Mr Hughes they discovered he had died four-and-a-half months before the speeding offence had taken place.
Jailing Evans yesterday, Recorder Stephen Parish said
Evans was given every chance in his interview to tell the truth but dug himself deeper and deeper .
Mr Michael Green, for Evans, said Evans had no previous convictions and his sheep would need tending in his absence.