Front of House Security Officer required for immediate start with a high profile Client located in South Kensington, London. Candidates will be dealing with the Company Executives, Staff and Clients, therefore we require excellent customer service skills combined with written and oral communications skills. The successful candidate will also be required to use the computer systems on site, so a good knowledge of Excel and Word processing will be needed.
The successful Candidate will be required to work a 67.5 hour week. The shift pattern consists of days Monday to Friday 07:00 until 20:30 hrs. Weekend overtime will also be available when requested by the client in advance.
An SIA Security Licence is essential. Job Type: Full-time Salary: 9.00 /hour
- Security: 2 years
Required licence or certification:
- SIA Security Licence
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The BRITISH EMBASSY, Muscat is advertising for a Post Security Manager to oversee the physical protection of the Embassy and its staff and to manage the Embassy guard force. The successful applicants will need a high level UK security clearance. Candidates therefore must be of British, American, Australian, Canadian or New Zealand nationality in order to gain the level of clearance required.
Qualifications and Experience; Essential Excellent written and oral communication skills in English language, Ability to work both in a team and autonomously Experience in leading and managing a team Excellent interpersonal and management skills Good knowledge of MS Office, including Word and Outlook Desirable Previous security experience in either the corporate, military or government sectors Spoken Arabic desirable but not essential For more information follow the link below.
Post Security Manager, Muscat. – PALADIN JOBS
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Post Security Manager, Muscat.
London’s museums and art galleries have increased security over fears terrorists could target them with hidden explosives. Both the National Gallery1 and the British Museum2 have clamped down on visitors entering with large items of luggage, according to reports. The attractions are also screening other bags brought in by visitors, The Sunday Times reported.
It comes after a man was shot by police officers after attacking patrolling soldiers with a knife in the Louvre in Paris. Museums in London are said to be particularly concerned over the threat posed by bombs being hidden in suitcases. In March last year, attackers at Brussels airport killed 16 people using bombs in suitcases.
The National Gallery, which is visited by about six million people a year, confirmed to the Standard it had started checking all bags about two weeks ago .
It has also banned all suitcases and large items of luggage, and a message on its website reads: “All items left in the cloakrooms may be searched in the interests of safety and security.”
Security at the British Museum and St Paul’s Cathedral has also been stepped up, The Sunday Times reported.
A spokesman for the British Museum told the newspaper: “We continue to take advice from a number of departments and agencies, including the Metropolitan police.”