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Female Corporate Security Officer

Female Corporate Security Officer

Interr have various retail security officer vacancies across the Shirebrook area with immediate start dates available. We are a specialist security and consultancy company, privileged to work in partnership with some of the world s best known brands. At Interr we are continually developing our dedicated team with a focus on excellence in both the service to our client and the service to our staff. All our Security Officers take pride in maintaining the security, safety and welfare of both staff and customers alike and help develop and represent our growing brand. Benefits:

  • A competitive rate of pay (rate range from 7.50 depending on role, responsibilities and location).
  • Company Pension Scheme.
  • Employee Bonus Scheme.
  • A paid Annual Leave entitlement of up to 28 days.

Requirements:

  • An active SIA License.
  • Availability to work any day of a week, incl Saturday and Sunday
  • Clear communication skills (written and spoken).
  • Experience of working in retail (preferably in a security function).

To apply please send in your CV via email or call us on 020 7837 2012. For more information visit our website www.interr.com. We are an equal opportunities employer.

Required licence or certification:

  • SIA

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Security Officer – Shirebrook

Security Officer - Shirebrook

Interr have various retail security officer vacancies across the Shirebrook area with immediate start dates available. Due to the nature of the role, we are recruiting for both, female and male security officers. All our Security Officers take pride in maintaining the security, safety and welfare of both staff and customers alike and help develop and represent our growing brand.

Benefits:

  • A competitive rate of pay (rate range from 7.50 depending on role, responsibilities and location).
  • Company Pension Scheme.
  • Employee Bonus Scheme.
  • A paid Annual Leave entitlement of up to 28 days.

Requirements:

  • An active SIA License.
  • Availability to work any day of a week, incl Saturday and Sunday
  • Clear communication skills (written and spoken).
  • Experience of working in retail (preferably in a security function).

To apply please send in your CV via email or call us on 020 7837 2012. For more information visit our website www.interr.com. We are an equal opportunities employer.

Job Type: Full-time

Required experience:

  • security: 1 year

Required licence or certification:

  • SIA

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Security guard accused of breaking the jaw and knocking out the teeth of a Sydney man outside a Gold Coast hotel

  • WARNING: GRAPHIC CONTENT
  • Bouncer Dennis Faulkner has pleaded not guilty to breaking a man’s jaw
  • Alleged victim Dominic Beinke suffered fracture jaw, knocked out teeth
  • He denied provoking Faulkner before the attack on the Gold Coast in 2014
  • CCTV footage shows the men scuffling on the ground outside a hotel

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A Sydney 2man has denied provoking a security guard before being punched and having his jaw broken outside a Gold Coast hotel over three years ago. Dennis Hecta Tipene Faulkner is on trial on one count of grievous bodily harm at Southport District Court after the incident outside the Grand Chancellor Hotel in Surfers Paradise on February 9, 2014. Alleged victim Dominic Beinke suffered a double fracture to his left jaw after being punched by Faulkner following a scuffle between the pair, Mr Beinke’s brother Patrick, and another guard. Bouncer Dennis Faulkner has pleaded not guilty to breaking a man’s jaw during a scuffle

Alleged victim Dominic Beinke shows the aftermath of his devastating injuries

Faulkner pleaded not guilty to the charge as the trial, set down for three days, began on Monday. The court heard the incident occurred shortly after Mr Beinke escorted Patrick from a friend’s engagement party back to the hotel where he was staying with another brother and his partner. After being let into the venue by security, the pair got into an argument with security when they were denied access to the hotel due to Patrick not having a key or identification. Mr Beinke told the court while his brother had got aggressive and demanded to be let into the hotel, he’d attempted to defuse an escalating situation.

CCTV footage played in court showed Mr Beinke and Patrick arguing with Faulkner. Mr Beinke claimed the guard said he was going to ‘knock out’ the pair. The alleged victim suffered a double fracture to his left jaw after being punched by Faulkner following a scuffle Further footage outside the hotel showed Patrick and the other guard scuffling on the ground when Faulkner swings a right fist into Mr Beinke’s jaw, felling him and leaving him momentarily unconscious. Faulkner’s barrister Chris Rosser said Mr Beinke and his brother had both been aggressive when they were denied access to the room, with Mr Beinke pushing his forehead against Faulkner’s. He said Mr Beinke’s claims Faulkner had promised to ‘knock out’ the pair was false and the pair had been constantly swearing and abusing the guard before the incident.

Mr Beinke denied provoking Faulkner before the attack on the Gold Coast in 2014 Mr Beinke denied Mr Rosser’s claims he’d called Faulkner a ‘dumb black c***’ and told him to ‘f*** off back to New Zealand’.

‘I do not agree with that at all,’ Mr Beinke said. ‘I was saying ‘I’m not going to fight you’.’ Mr Beinke admitted he and his brother were ‘somewhat’ intoxicated at the time of the incident but he ‘knew what was happening’.

The trial continues.

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