Reference Library – England – Surrey
Please read the advert prior to applying. NDST Ltd Ref: DS 020217 We are looking for Door Supervisors for bars in central London only.
The interviews will be held in central London every Tuesday and Wednesday, between 10am and 3pm. Info:
- Thursday, Friday and Saturday nights.
- Other shifts will be available when required by clients.
- Monthly Pay.
- No Agencies or Sub-contractors.
- Preferably based in London.
- No cash in hand.
- SIA Door Licence.
- 5-year checkable work history.
- Right to work in the U.K.
- Experience of working in bars or clubs as security for at least 2 years.
- Excellent communication skills both verbal and written. (Will be tested at interview)
- Ability to work on your own or as part of a team.
- Able to think on your feet.
- Able to follow client and company policies.
- Deal with incidents in a professional manner at all times.
If you believe you have what we are looking for please send a covering email and a cv that explains your security experience . If you don t have the experience listed above, please don t apply.
Once we have reviewed your cv we will contact you about an interview. Job Type: Part-time Salary: 11.00 /hour
- London, Greater London
- Secondary education
- Working in bars and clubs as security: 2 years
Required licence or certification:
- SIA Door Supervisor Licence
Bond Street security alert causing severe delays on Jubilee line after ‘suspicious package’ reported
The Central and Jubilee line stop closed just before 2pm whilst Transport for London (TfL) dealt with a reported “suspicious package”. Travellers took to Twitter as they were evacuated, with one saying: “Currently a security alert at Bond Street tube station . Station evacuated and trains suspended.”
Another added: “Suspicious package at Bond Street – avoid all nearby underground lines.”
“The station has now re-opened.”
The force’s officers were accompanied by trained canines to track down any alerts whilst they checked the tube. One officer tweeted: “Dealt with station closure with help from BTP dogs Scooby.”
Security has been upped in London after the terror threat was increased to “very likely”. Deputy Mayor for policing and crime, Sophie Linden, said: “We know our emergency services do a great job every single day protecting our city.
Extra police have previously been stationed outside the London Underground after a bomb plot involving the Jubilee line was busted by armed policemen4 .
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Anger as security guard ‘BINS homeless couple’s sleeping bags and belongings’ outside Marks & Spencer
A former charity worker has branded a security guard “disgusting” after he claims he caught him throwing away a homeless couple’s sleeping bags outside M&S. Wez James was “sickened” when he saw who he claims to be an employee for the Manchester Piccadilly store picking up their belongings with a litter picker and throwing them in the bin. The 26-year-old says the rough sleepers had gone to the toilet in a nearby Burger King when the man saw an opportunity to get rid of the sleeping bags.
Marks and Spencer claims the man in the picture does not work for their store.
Former charity worker said he was “sickened” when he saw the man pick up belongings with litter picker (Photo: Facebook/Wez James)
Wez was walking through the city centre on Tuesday at around 11.30am with a friend when he noticed the incident. He told the Mirror Online: “Me and my friend approached the security guard and asked what he was doing.
“He turned round to me and said Greater Manchester Police said they told them if the sleeping bags are left unattended they could bin them.
“I said ‘that’s not true’.”
Wez James was outraged and says he tried to stop the man from throwing belongings away (Photo: Facebook/Wez James)
Wez claims that when he asked him to stop, the security guard replied: “If you obstruct me, I will call the police.”
He then claims he went into M&S after he believed the man worked for the company and spoke to a store manager. The manager allegedly told him there was no security guard working that day for the store and therefore it was ‘out of his hands’.
He said: “I then went to the homeless man and woman the sleeping bags belong to in order to tell them what had happened so they could retrieve them from the bin.
“They could have frozen to death . I find it disgusting that anyone could do that as my friend Liam has been on the streets and this brought back bad memories.
“We need to help our homeless . Not make their life any harder.”
M&S have said the man pictured is nothing to do with the store and have denied all claims (Photo: Facebook/Wez James)
An M&S spokesperson said: “The person in the picture is not a security guard for Marks and Spencer.”
Mirror Online have contacted Manchester Council to try and find out who the security works is employed by.
A new study by homelessness charity Crisis revealed the shocking violence and abuse suffered by Britain’s homeless population.
The charity said two thirds of people felt that living on the streets was getting even harder.