We have a role for an experienced Security Officer to join our team working a 7-day fortnight shift pattern, 6am to 6pm. To serve visitors by greeting, welcoming, and directing them appropriately; notifies company personnel of visitor arrival; maintains security and telecommunications system. Main duties include:
- Welcomes visitors by greeting them, in person or on the telephone; answering or referring inquiries.
- Directs visitors by maintaining employee and department directories; giving instructions.
- Maintains security by following procedures; monitoring logbook; issuing visitor badges.
- Maintains telecommunication system by following manufacturer’s instructions for house phone and console operation.
- Maintains safe and clean reception area by complying with procedures, rules, and regulations.
Maintains continuity among work teams by documenting and communicating actions, irregularities, and continuing needs.
- Contributes to team effort by accomplishing related results as needed.
- Receive and sort daily mail/deliveries/couriers.
- Working as part of a team to provide Conflict Resolution assistance at premises where there is potential for conflict
- A valid front line SIA License or current certificate of completion of SIA front line training.
- Ideally holds a valid First Aid Certificate.
- Some experience of working within a Facilities environment.
- Ability to use initiative when required.
- Excellent communication and interpersonal skills.
- Experienced in all Microsoft packages Word, Excel, Outlook & PowerPoint.
- Flexible in approach and responds positively to working under pressure.
- Professional/smart appearance
Job Type: Full-time
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- Ceres Borazan claims a Turkish bodyguard threatened to kill her in Washington
- She was protesting outside the Turkish ambassador’s house on Embassy Row
- Members of President Recep Erdogan’s security detail attacked the protesters
- Senator John McCain called on President Trump to expel the ambassador
A Kurdish student claims Turkish 3president Tayyip Recep Erdogan’s security detail threatened to kill her during a demonstration outside the ambassador’s residence in Washington. Erdogan was in Washington to meet with Donald Trump 4when members of the Kurdish community decided to protest outside the ambassador’s residence. However, 26-year-old Ceres Borazan, a Kurd from Turkey, claims she was man handled by Erdogan’s security detail who were filmed attacking protesters on the street.
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Ceren Borazan claimed a member of President Erdogan’s security detail threatened to kill her outside the Turkish embassy in Washington where Kurdish people were holding a protest
Ms Borazan, pictured, claimed she suffered a popped blood vessel in her eye during the attack
At least 12 people including one police officer were injured following the disturbance She wrote about her ordeal on Facebook: ‘They attacked women, children and the elderly with reckless abandon . I ran in the opposite direction from our friends and got caught by one of the security guards . He put me in a headlock to the point where he popped a blood vessel in my eye.’
Ms Borazan claimed the security guard had threatened to kill her before she managed to escape into a nearby car. Commenting on the motorist, she said: ‘I swear that man saved my life.’ US Senator John McCain condemned the attack and called on Trump to react. He told MSNBC: ‘We should throw their ambassador the hell out of the United States of America . This kind of thing can not go unresponded to diplomatically. ‘This isn’t Turkey, this isn’t a third world country.’
Several people required treatment following the incident outside the ambassador’s residence
Senator John McCain has called on the Turkish Ambassador to be expelled in response
The Turkish embassy blamed the protesters for the violent scenes outside the residence
Washington Police chief Peter Newsham said 11 people and one police officer had been injured in the violence which took place on ‘Embassy Row’. The Turkish embassy released a statement blaming the Kurdish PKK. ‘The demonstrators began aggressively provoking Turkish-American citizens who had peacefully assembled to greet the president .
The Turkish-Americans responded in self-defense and one of them was seriously injured.’ McCain laid blame directly at the feet of Turkish officials. He said: ‘This is Erdogan’s security detail .
Somebody told them to go out there and beat up on these peaceful demonstrators. I think it should have repercussions, including identifying these people and bringing charges against them . After all they violated American laws.’
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Exeter UK Protection Ltd are proud suppliers of soft security solutions to our luxury high value retail & corporate client portfolio. We have earned our growing reputation as the security provider of choice by our clientele due to our intelligence led knowledge of crime and a thorough understanding of our clients specific requirements. UKP s highly experienced management team have over 80 years of experience with backgrounds in the police-service, the military and security sectors which offers a profound knowledge of operational security solutions.
We build close working relationships with each of our clients, offering a seamless service which ensures our security services become an extension and representation of the a clients own brand, creating a bespoke solution often unsurpassed.
UK Protection have unique ongoing relationships with the local police service and work closely with them and other statutory authorities daily which, enables us to provide first-rate effective security solutions with our teams experience accustomed to luxury brands and venues.
We are currently recruiting for a suitable candidate to fill our role for Head of Operations in Exeter: Responsibilities To lead and manage the company s vision of maximising productivity, safety and sustainability To work within the senior management team creating sustainable relationships at all levels and lead on customer satisfaction programmes across the company Responsible for timely and accurate development and reporting of operational and commercial information in accordance with the agreed targets To lead UKP Operational Management Team ensuring appropriate levels of resources are deployed with succession and development plans in place To embed a zero-non-attendance culture within the operational resourcing team To ensure full legislative / statutory compliance across the company To ensure effective risk management processes and systems are adhered to and to deliver enhanced levels of resilience and business continuity To drive excellent performance levels across the company with implementation of Business Improvement Plans to ensure continuous improvement, best practice and innovations are at the heart of our business To ensure UKP staff are fully motivated in their work, visibly live the core values and exhibit the behaviours that enhance their work experience and the experience of the customers they serve To work with UKP and Third Party suppliers to provide an integrated and seamless service delivery model to the Client and its stakeholders Liaison with the Managing Director and Sales teams to ensure effective operational integration of newly awarded contracts or company acquisitions To undertake effective cost management in-line with agreed budgets and maximise opportunities for additional revenue streams and cost savings initiatives Experience and skills: Substantial and proven experience in the management of large manned resources Excellent people communication skills; ability to manage and develop positive relationships with clients and stakeholders Understanding of developing workplace solutions aligned to individual, driven and changing working practices Demonstrable application of best practice commercial and financial principles and P&L management Experience of successfully managing operational teams and good HR knowledge Understanding of business-critical environments or key soft services experience Ability to demonstrate success of implementing best practice SIA, H&S legislation Demonstrable knowledge of manned guarding systems with specific focus on performance and risk management Experience in managing change projects within security environments Relevant professional or management qualifications to degree level Ability to demonstrate track record of identifying, implementing and managing innovation and continuous improvement IT literate in Microsoft Management Systems Experience in successfully working in a pressured and stressful environment Person Ability to make decisions based on key evidence and information Creates an environment where others can take initiatives for themselves Uses ideas that have created growth elsewhere and adapt them to suit own business or culture Understands how the current business might be affected by future internal or external developments and trends Actively encourages the team to adapt new practices and lead by example Builds teams on the basis of complementary strengths Aligns actions to change initiatives and seeks to understand the rationale Thinks laterally to identify new solutions to business issues Communicates and raises standards of performance Maintains effective work behaviour in the face of setbacks or pressure Additional Information Type of role: Permanent This role sits within the Senior Management Team Benefits of a company car Competitive Salary Job Type: Full-time Please send your CV and covering letter to: firstname.lastname@example.org
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