Door Supervisor needed for a men’s sauna on every Friday 21:00 till 06:30 then Saturday 16:30 till 06:30. It’s min 23:50 hours over two shifts. The rate of pay is 10 per hour and is paid weekly.
The job duties are to conduct full bag search and customer pat downs in the entrance lobby. As the shifts are quite long there is a chair provided. Training is provided and additional shifts at other venues are available.
Job Type: Part-time
Required licence or certification:
- SIA Door Supervisor Licence or SIA Close Protection License
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Following the deadly lorry attack at a Christmas market1 in Berlin, police forces across the UK are reviewing their security measures at large events during the festive period. In London, Scotland Yard said they will review its plans for protecting public events in the run up to Christmas and the New Year. There are several fairs across the capital during the festive season, including the Southbank Centre Christmas and Winter Wonderland in Hyde Park.
More than 100,000 people are expected to line the banks of the Thames to watch London’s annual New Year’s Eve fireworks. In a statement, the Met said: “These already recognise that the threat level is at ‘severe’, meaning an attack is highly likely, and have considered a range of threats, including the use of large vehicles.”
Greater Manchester Police have stepped up patrols2 at Manchester’s Christmas markets . The force said they had strengthened their presence at the markets, which have almost 350 stalls spread across 10 sites in the city. Assistant Chief Constable Debbie Ford from Greater Manchester Police said: “We will be working in line with the national response and have strengthened our policing presence at the Manchester Christmas Markets and stepped up visible patrols, to ensure that people feel safe to go about their daily lives.”
Sir Richard Leese Manchester City Council leader told ITV News: “In light of what happened yesterday, there is a heightened police presence in and around the market.”
West Midlands Police installed concrete barriers at Birmingham‘s Frankfurt Christmas Market as part of a number of security measures implemented in November. They were put up as a precaution and were not a result of new or specific intelligence, said Superintendent Andy Parsons. Police Scotland said there was no immediate evaluation of current plans that are in place to “ensure the safety of the public at a wide range of festive and major events”.
Assistant Chief Constable Bernard Higgins said: “There is no intelligence at this time to suggest a threat to any specific event in Scotland . Our policing presence and posture will be appropriate to the latest information and current threat.”
There are a number of fairs across Edinburgh, including the Scottish Market, the European Market and Children’s Market, which is part of Santa Land in Princes Street Gardens.
Glasgow holds a Christmas Market in St Enoch Square . The organisers said they were “deeply saddened” by the events in Berlin.
“As organisers of festive events we know the joy they bring . For this happiness to be so devastatingly interrupted is heartbreaking,” the Market Place Team said in a statement.
Huge crowds will be turning out to celebrate Hogmanay in Edinburgh on December 31, while other Scottish cities including Aberdeen, Glasgow and Stirling also have large organised celebrations. Other police forces said they would be reviewing safety measures, asking the public to remain vigilant and report anything suspicious to police. A Merseyside Police spokesperson said: The festive season is a particularly busy time for the city and we would, as with any other time, ask people to remain vigilant .
There is a tried and tested policing plan in place to police our city to ensure residents and visitors feel safe.
The Foreign Office said there remained a “high threat from terrorism” in Germany while increased security at borders was disrupting travel between bordering countries, including Austria and Denmark.
PUBLISHED: November 2, 2015 11:10
Hundreds of staff at a high security hospital are to stage a 24-hour strike in a row over the dismissal of two colleagues.
Members of the Prison Officers Association (POA) at Ashworth Secure Hospital on Merseyside will walk out from 7am on November 13, followed by other forms of industrial action. The union, which has over 500 members at the hospital, said its members were “outraged” over the dismissal of two colleagues for restraining a violent patient. POA general secretary Steve Gillan said: “Management has a duty of care towards their employees.
Instead of playing legal games and attempting to hide behind the law, I urge Merseycare to enter into meaningful discussions.” Industrial action short of a strike will be held until December 4 unless the row is resolved. Mr Gillan added: “I am astonished that two brave nurses were dismissed because a violent patient made a complaint.
When the facts of this case come out, the general public will be appalled.”
POA members work as psychiatric nurses at Ashworth, where Moors murderer Ian Brady and police killer Dale Cregan are detained.