MINIMAL RISK is advertising for a professional, flexible and adaptable Residential Security Operative with UK Government Developed Vetting Security Clearance (SC will be considered for enhancement) to join an already established team in various British Embassies at 4 locations around the world. Skills/ Behaviors: The right person will be reliable, responsible and be able to demonstrate effective judgement. Must have very good interpersonal skills.
Must be able to work as part of a small team. Excellent communication and writing skills Terms and Conditions: Flights will be provided at Economy class to home hubs only. Accommodation will be provided close to the Embassy Annual salary 26,500 paid monthly + bonus at the end of the first year In Country Allowance (ICA) – 325 paid each month in country (not on leave) Rotations are 3 month on 1 month off Three months Annual Leave (paid) per annum For more information follow the link below.
Security Officers, British Embassies. – PALADIN JOBS
Security Officer required for a minimum of 40 rostered hours per week covering several aviation sites in and around Dyce, Aberdeen. The successful applicant will receive an hourly wage ranging from 7.95 to 9.25 plus additional benefits. What we offer:
- Full uniform & PPE provided
- Comprehensive training
- First Aid training given
- Pension scheme
- Childcare vouchers
- Healthcare plan
- Loyalty awards scheme
- Quarterly awards scheme
- Retention bonus*
- Recommend a friend scheme ( 100 for 6 months successful probation and a further 100 at 12 months)
We believe if we look after you, you will look after our customers, so to prove this, we offer a retention bonus of 100 after 6 months successful probation and a further 100 at 12 months.
About your new role: As a security officer covering various aviation sites in Aberdeen and surrounding areas, your primary duties will include, but will not be limited to:
- Passenger body and bag searching
- Ramp duties
- Answering incoming calls and internal calls
- Conducting regular internal and external patrols
- Checking CCTV
- Access control
- Responding to and recording all incidents in the Daily Occurrence Book
- Regular report writing
- Completing the required security checks
- Providing assistance and support to our client on site
- Protecting valuable property and equipment
- Provide customer service to all visitors and contractors on site
Skills & Requirements: To be successful in this role, you will have:
- 5 years checkable employment history
- Frontline SIA Licence
- Full, valid driver s licence, own transport and scope to travel
- Flexibility to work days, nights, weekends and at short notice
- Excellent verbal and written communication skills in English
- Industry experience
- First aid
Dardan security are ranked in the top 5% of all security providers in the UK. To join our expanding team please apply now.
Dardan Security are an equal opportunities employer and welcome applications from all suitably qualified persons regardless of sex, race, disability, age, sexual orientation, gender reassignment, religion or belief, marital status, or pregnancy and maternity. Due to the high volume of applications we receive, we are unable to respond to each applicant individually. If you have not heard from us within 10 working days unfortunately on this occasion your application has been unsuccessful.
Dardan Security reserves the right to close the job prior to the published end date should a suitable applicant be found
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A HOMELESS shoplifter who died outside Trowbridge’s Asda after the concealed alcohol bottles he had cut open his abdomen as he was tackled by a security guard, an inquest heard.
Kieran Church, 30, died after he was tackled to the ground by 20-year-old security guard outside Asda in Trowbridge on February 9.
He died at 5.01pm after he suffered three wounds to his abdomen from the shattered alcohol bottles.
Senior Coroner at Salisbury Coroner’s Court, David Ridley, said on Tuesday how Mr Church, who had self harmed before and had drug and alcohol issues, often stole bottles of alcohol to sell for money.
He was initially stopped by Mr Rose after leaving a Sainsbury’s store with bottles of brandy, and handed the drink back.
Mr Rose said he spotted a syringe sticking out of Mr Church’s pocket, and let him go to avoid a confrontation.
Later that afternoon, security staff in Asda saw Mr Church take two bottles alcohol from a shelf, hide them inside his jacket and leave the store.
Mr Rose, a Security Industry Authority-licensed guard, was walking to a local police station to hand in CCTV of the earlier incident when he saw Mr Church leave the supermarket.
Asda security guard Denise Thomas said in a written statement to the inquest: “This male was walking in the direction of the car park and cash machines and as he was walking away I politely and calmly said, ‘excuse me’, and he ignored me.
“A Sainsbury’s security guard I didn’t know ran at the male suspect from behind and he pounced on him.”
Coroner David Ridley said: “Her view is that it was a clear act to take the male to the ground as opposed to detaining him standing up.
“It caused the male shoplifter to fall face down with the Sainsbury’s security guard on top of him.”
CCTV of the incident was played to the court.
Mr Rose described to the inquest how he planned to use a recognised detention technique to raise Mr Church’s arms so he could not use anything in his pockets, such as a syringe.
“I wouldn’t say I lost balance,” he said.
The coroner asked: “Once contact is made, both of you lost balance and you fell on to Kieran?”
Mr Rose replied: “Yes . The first thing I did was take hold on his right wrist . Then it became apparent that it was really serious.
“The ambulance was called .
It felt like a lifetime but it was probably only five or six minutes.”
Mr Rose added: “After the earlier incident I didn’t hear of Kieran being involved in anything else, so I assumed he had left the area.
“I knew he had failed to get what he wanted from our store, so it was only a matter of time before he tried elsewhere.
“Due to the needle he posed a risk . By chance of going into The Shires I spotted him again . You can follow and detain once you have got the crime reference number from the police.”