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US President Donald J . Trump holds up a note and drawing depicting him that was created by the child of Greg Knox of Ohio, during a meeting on healthcare in the Roosevelt Room of the White House in Washington, DC
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Relatives hold up placards with pictures of victims as they gather in commemoration on the first anniversary of the March 13 terror attack at the former site of the bombing in central Ankara
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Aaron Hernandez confers with his defence attorney Jose Baez, during his double murder trial in Boston
4/35 12 March 2017
People celebrate Holi festival at a temple in Vrindavan, Uttar Pradesh, India
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A Sadhu or Hindu holy man with his face smeared with powdered colours looks on during Holi festival celebrations at Sri Laxmi Narayan Temple in Amritsar, India
6/35 5 March 2017
A member of the Tinstix of Dynamite aerobatics team flies in front of a wall of fire during the Australian International Airshow in Melbourne
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A participant stretches on the beach before the start of an annual two-mile sea swimming competition in Colombo, Sri Lanka
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Participants jump into water during the annual two-mile sea swimming competition in Colombo, Sri Lanka
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Japan’s Emperor Akihito and Empress Michiko wave to bid farewell as they depart for Thailand from Phu Bai International Airport in the central city of Hue, Vietnam
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Reconnaissance unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) on display indoors at the International Defence Exhibition in Iraq (IQDEX) 2017
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A participant presents hisr vintage vehicle during the 59th International Vintage Car Rally Barcelona-Sitges, at plaza Sant Jaume in Barcelona, Spain . Some 50 vintage vehicles take part in the two-day long event, through the coastal line of Mediterranean Sea from Barcelona to Sitges
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Participants present their vintage cars during the 59th International Vintage Car Rally Barcelona-Sitges, at plaza Sant Jaume in Barcelona, Spain
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New York Governor Mario Cuomo looks around the ‘Hall of Names’ in the Yad Vashem Holocaust Memorial in Jerusalem .
The hall has portraits of some 600 individuals exterminated by the Nazis during the Holocaust of World War II
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The Chinese police officers on self balancing police vehicles patrol in Tiananmen Square before the opening of the fifth Session of the 12th National People’s Congress (NPC) outside the Great Hall of the People in Beijing, China
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A general view shows the opening session of the National People’s Congress, China’s legislature, in Beijing’s Great Hall of the People
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Hostesses jump as they pose for a picture during the opening of the National People’s Congress in Beijing
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A picture taken in the Iraqi capital Bahgdad shows rocket launchers on display indoors at the International Defence Exhibition in Iraq (IQDEX) 2017
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A Pakistani army helicopter flies past floodlights as it patrols over The Gaddafi Cricket Stadium in Lahore, ahead of the final cricket match of the Pakistan Super League (PSL) between Quetta Gladiators and Peshawar Zalmi
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A Buddhist devotee dashes barefoot through flames during the Nagatoro Hi-Matsuri, or fire walking festival, to herald the coming of spring, at the Fudoji temple in Nagatoro town, Saitama prefecture
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A resident inspects their personal house belongings after a moderate earthquake hit the Surigao city, southern Philippines
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People with portraits of Soviet leader Joseph Stalin gather outside his museum in his native town of Gori, some 80 kms outside Tbilisi, on the 64th anniversary of Stalin’s death . While historians blame Stalin for the deaths of millions in purges, prison camps and forced collectivization, many in Russia still praise him for leading the Soviet Union to victory over Nazi Germany in World War I
22/35 5 March 2017
Head of Ukraine’s tax and customs service Roman Nasirov, who is under investigation over the suspected embezzlement and who according to several unconfirmed local media reports recently suffered a heart attack, lies inside the defendant’s cage during a court hearing in Kiev, Ukraine
23/35 4 March 2017
Flag bearer Jesslyn Swirka rides her horse down Harrison Avenue in Leadville, Colorado at the start of the 68th annual Leadville Ski Joring weekend competition in Leadville, Colorado . Skijoring, which has its origins as a competitive sport in Scandinavia, has been adapted over the years to include a team made up of a rider and skier who must navigate jumps, slalom gates, and the spearing of rings for points .
Leadville, with an elevation of 10,152 feet (3,094 m), the highest incorporated city in North America, has been hosting skijoring competitions since 1949
24/35 4 March 2017
A rider races down Harrison Avenue while a skier navigates the course during the 68th annual Leadville Ski Joring weekend competition in Leadville, Colorado
25/35 4 March 2017
A demonstrator in opposition of US President Donald Trump sets a hat on fire during a ‘People 4 Trump’ rally in Berkeley, California
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A demonstrator in support of US President Donald Trump swings a stick towards a group of counter-protesters during a ‘People 4 Trump’ rally in Berkeley, California
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A bloodied supporter of US President Donald Trump is seen after a ‘People 4 Trump’ rally and counter-protest turned violent in Berkeley, California
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Women take part in a performance to protest against the disappearance of the 43 students of Ayotzinapa College Raul Isidro Burgos in Guerrero, in Mexico City, Mexico
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A woman looks on as she takes part in a performance to protest against the disappearance of the 43 students of Ayotzinapa College Raul Isidro Burgos in Guerrero, in Mexico City, Mexico
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An Iraqi special forces soldier fires at a drone operated by Islamic State militants Islamic State militants in Mosul, Iraq
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A man cries while carrying his daughter as he walks from Islamic State controlled part of Mosul towards Iraqi special forces soldiers during a battle in Mosul, Iraq
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Iraqi special forces soldiers walk in a street in Mosul, Iraq
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An Iraqi special forces soldier helps a family carry their child to cross from Islamic State controlled part of Mosul to Iraqi forces controlled part of Mosul, Iraq
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A man looks towards a Russian helicopter as it flies over ruins in the historic city of Palmyra, Syria
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Policemen and a passerby look at pictures of the ones killed due to alleged involvement in illegal drugs, during a protest against extra-judicial killings at an open area of a Roman Catholic Church in Paranaque city, metro Manila, Philippines
Cardtronics is the largest independent provider of ATMs (Cash Services) to businesses throughout the World. In the UK we have gone from strength to strength and are now considered the first choice for many of the UKs major organisations when they are considering ATM installation.
In 2014 we grew from 500 to 1300 staff and currently employ around 1000 employees. Our UK network of 16,000 machines we were responsible for over 459 million ATM transactions, that s about 14 per second!!
You may not recognise our name but chances are you will have used our ATMs!!
To ensure we continue to provide a first class service to our Customers and Clients, we are recruiting for 2 ATM Officers to join our depot based in Harlow. Reporting directly to the Shift Manager you will be responsible for operating to the highest security standards performing all elements of the Cash in Transit Service. What Is The Role?
As an ATM Officer you will c ontribute to the delivery of agreed vault service levels in line with Company standards and processes, through the safe and secure movement of cash and valuables between locations to enable service delivery, vault colleagues and that any business risk is mitigated. What Will I Be Doing?
- Complete all training as required to ensure you are fully capable in order that individual performance levels are maximised.
- Utilise vehicle security features, personal protective equipment and adhere to company security processes in order to mitigate risk, control and protect company cash, assets and equipment (incl. phone & keys) and people.
- Execute company processes and complete all associated documentation in order to ensure the secure receipt, transportation and deployment of company cash into the ATM in line with operational targets.
- Proactively identify and recommend appropriate changes in order to make business improvements.
- Drive and park company vehicles responsibility and in line with the highway code, company policy and procedures in order to ensure compliance to all H&S, legal (e.g. road safety and driving legislation), regulatory (SIA) ensuring full reporting of defects, maintain cleanliness and completion of relevant documentation as required.
- Ensure the full and effective use of, and input to GTAS system in order to provide data to internal stakeholders so that effective business analysis and decisions can be made.
- Maintain effective working relationships with internal and external service providers in order to ensure an efficient service is delivered to the depot so that the depot can operate effectively.
What Will I Need to Succeed?
We are looking for candidates who can demonstrate that they are trustworthy, responsible and have a methodical approach to work. Candidates who have previous experience with the Police, Military or security background would be an advantage, however full training will be provided if you have no previous experience and are new to the Security industry. In addition, we are also looking for: –
- A current and full UK driving licence (ideally no more than a maximum of 6 penalty points)
- A valid SIA CIT licence is desirable, however this can be obtained through Cardtronics
- Flexible approach to working patterns
- Strong interpersonal skills
- Previous experience within a driving role
- Ability to work as part of a team or lone working
- Security awareness
- Ability to follow instructions and work to deadlines
- Must be able to provide a 10 year employment/education/unemployment history
What Do I Get In Return?
- 26,208 per annum, increasing to 27,456 per annum after successful probationary period plus access to great benefits like Pension, Westfield Healthcare and an Employee Assistance Programme
- 48 hrs working week
- 22 days holiday, not including Bank Holidays, this rises to 25 after 5 years service.
Why Should I Apply?
Cardtronics is a $1 billion turnover global organisation and we are the best in our field, since our founding in 1999 we have grown in the world s largest provider of independent ATM machines throughout North America and UK/Europe. You will be joining at an incredibly exciting time for our business; we are consolidating our positon with new sales and acquisitions across the UK and into Europe.
You will be part of a fantastic team, supported and trained extensively on our systems which will increase your knowledge of an exciting market place.
CIT ATM Officer – Harlow
Argus Security Projects is advertising for Country Managers, Close Protection Team Leaders and Close Protection Operators. Most of the positions are for the Middle East & North Africa therefore any additional language is an asset. Country Managers – At least 10 years experience in a volatile or relevant environment – Proven track record as a security manager – Experience in contract management (implementation, quality control and reporting) – Experience in operations management in a volatile environment – Experience in firearms / first aid – Excellent communication skills – Fluent in English Close Protection Team Leaders – At least 7 years experience in a volatile or relevant environment – Proven track record as a security team leader – Experience in operations management in a volatile environment – Recognized Close Protection course – Experience in firearms / first aid – Excellent communication skills – Fluent in English Close Protection Operators – At least 5years experience in a volatile or relevant environment – Recognized Close Protection course – Experience in firearms / first aid – Excellent communication skills – Fluent in English For more information follow the link below.
Country Managers, CP Team Leaders and CPO’s. – PALADIN JOBS