Due to expansion CSM Facilities Management are looking to recruit new 2 x Security officers in the Edinburgh for permanent relief positions at the Omni Center. For this role you must have a polite personality and good level of English to deal with the customers and contractors, and be alert to identify potential threats to the site. Duties will or may include allowing access to the premises, confronting intruders, completing log books & forms, dealing with emergency evacuations, dealing with site manager on daily basis. Experience in a previous Security position is essential. A minimum of 2 work references will be required. Starting hourly rate of 8.00. working shifts assigned on a monthly basis with minimum hours being 27 hours per week but most likely you will be above this You must hold a valid SIA licence and work permit. If you feel you have the desired qualities for this position please email us your CV to apply.
PLEASE DO NOT APPLY UNLESS YOU HOLD A VALID SIA SG OR DS LICENCE AS WELL AS A CCTV LICENCE AND AND SEND YOUR CV. Job Type: Permanent Salary: 8.00 /hour
Required licences or certifications:
- SIA DS OR SG
- Do you have CCTV licence?
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Dual Licenced Security Officer
SIA licensed Security Officers (SO/DS) required for current and future contracts countrywide. Roles will be both static, vehicle and foot patrols. Officers will work two weeks on/two weeks off.
Shared accommodation will be provided at half board. Good rates of pay. Interviews will be held in early June.
5 year checkable work history required. CV and copy of current SIA licence required in response. Officers must be fit and able to walk several miles per shift.
Job Type: Contract
It is understood a police2 officer is now responsible for driving the SNP3 leader to events in an unmarked police car . Until now, the First Minister’s security has been minimal and she has been driven around by government civilian drivers.
The hate speech, based on hundreds of tweets, included threats of violence and sexualised insults.
One troll wrote: A f**king hate Nicola Sturgeon, wish someone would shoot the daft jock b*****d .
Another Twitter user wrote: Nicola Sturgeon needs a kick up the c**t .
Sturgeon and her Ministers have until now been ferried about by pool drivers in the Government7 Car Service, but this newspaper has learned that security around the First Minister has been stepped up.
A police officer now takes the lead on driving duties and a second officer sometimes accompanies her on visits.
Stuart Crawford, a former military officer who is a security and defence consultant, said: Every public figure, whether political or not, is at risk to a certain extent . It is a case of trying to make an informed judgement of how great that risk is.
You can walk down the Royal Mile and meet MSPs and Ministers, and engage with them.
But you have always got the nutter scenario – the John Lennon scenario .
So it seems to be sensible for her to have that police driver and escort, so long as it doesn t divorce her from the public.”
He added: People who might be on the receiving end of some sort of physical threat have just got to be wise to it.
His government driver doubled up as a body guard and a police officer was later drafted in to act as a personal security adviser.
John Buchan was based in the former First Minister’s private office as a “security liaison officer and was tasked with scoping out potential threats.
A Scottish Government spokesperson said: We do not comment on the First Minister s security arrangements.
- ^ Nicola Sturgeon (www.eveningtimes.co.uk)
- ^ police (www.eveningtimes.co.uk)
- ^ SNP (www.eveningtimes.co.uk)
- ^ Sturgeon (www.eveningtimes.co.uk)
- ^ Labour (www.eveningtimes.co.uk)
- ^ Ruth Davidson (www.eveningtimes.co.uk)
- ^ Government (www.eveningtimes.co.uk)
- ^ Edinburgh (www.eveningtimes.co.uk)
- ^ Glasgow (www.eveningtimes.co.uk)
- ^ Parliament (www.eveningtimes.co.uk)
- ^ Alex Salmond (www.eveningtimes.co.uk)