An experienced part time SIA registered security/night concierge required for an ongoing permanent contract. This is for a large charity house organisation that offers temporary accommodation for the parents of very sick children who are in the nearby hospital. A minimum of 2 years experience in a similar job environment is preferred but not essential. For this position we are looking for someone who has excellent communication skills, can think for themselves and be very pro active in their approach. Due to the nature of the job you will be required to demonstrate a great deal of empathy towards the parents and also be able to deal with any problems that arise during the shift. You will become part of the team and should be confident in your approach to other people. You will be required to attend on site training and induction before you commence on employment. The hours are 21:00 07:00 hrs 2-4 nights per week working on a set rota. You will be required to work weekends within your rota.
Wage is approximately 8.50 per hour.
Job Type: Part-time
Required licence or certification:
- SIA Door Supervisor Licence
- Aim to add the maximum value to our products andservices
- Look for ways to redefine best practice
- Strive to do things better next time
- Ensure our customers receive the best possible value fortheir spend
- Never take even the smallest detail for granted
As a Contract Support Officer, your specific role is to provide general security of the site including some or all of the following:
- internal and external patrolling, which may include locking/unlocking premises
- access and egress control
- dealing with various emergency situations, including reportwriting and communicating with emergency services
- key control
- demonstrate an understanding of excellent customer care
- efficient reporting of loss, stolen and/or vandalisedequipment and/or property
- Comply with carrying out any other duties reasonablyrequested from your Line Manager
Must have valid SIA Door or Guarding License.
Must have full drivers license with own transport. First Aid desirable but not essential. Previous Security experience essential.
If you think that you are a suitable candidate for this role, please send a covering letter and CV to r obert.pettifer @securitas.uk.com
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- Donald Trump has beefed up security after being threatened by drugs lord
- Mexico’s billion dollar drugs lord, El Chapo, escaped from prison last week
- The fugitive, Joaquin Guzman said: ‘I’m going to make you eat your words’
- Trump arrived in Charlottesville, Virginia on Tuesday with extra security
US-presidential hopeful Donald Trump has beefed up security after receiving a direct threat from Mexico’s billion dollar drugs lord El Chapo who escaped from a maximum security jail last week.
Trump said he has ‘officials hanging out of trees’ following the threat by El Chapo, real name Joaquin Guzman, head of the powerful Sinaloa Cartel.
El Chapo made his jail break on Saturday morning and is on the run from Altiplano jail, 50 miles outside of Mexico City, security officials said.
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On the run: Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman, pictured in a mugshot last year, fled from his prison on Saturday
Guzman sends a tweet directly to Donald Trump telling him he will eat this words, following his escape from prison
Increased security: Donald Trump shares a thought with unidentified security staff as he walks back into his house at the Albemarle Estate at the Trump Winery in Charlottesville, Virginia on Tuesday
Keeping close: Donald Trump’s security detail shadows the Republican presidential candidate closely at the Albemarle Estate in Charlottesville, Virginia on Tuesday
Stately home: Donald Trump answers questions about his bid for the U.S . presidency in Albemarle House, a property of his outside of Charlottesville, Virginia
Surveying the scene: Donald Trump (visible through the windshield) is guarded as he exits his SUV
All smiles: Donald Trump poses with Taylor Sheffield, an employee of Trump’s Albemarle House, just outside of Charlottesville, Virginia
In the trees: Donald Trump arrived at the Albemarle Estate and Trump Winery to bolster his bid for the US presidency
His audacious escape saw him dash through the mile-long tunnel system, which led to a building under construction next to the prison – from where he collected clothes left for him by his conspirators.
But following his escape he has taken to Twitter and used it to hit back at Trump, who has said that Guzman embodies ‘everything that is wrong with Mexico’ and added he would ‘kick his ass’.
On the account, administered by Guzman’s son Ivan, the escapee reportedly wrote: ‘If you keep p****** me off I’m going to make you eat your words you f****** blonde milk-s*****’.
In Mexico, a milk-s****** is a homophobic slur.
The billionaire property magnate has called in the FBI to investigate the source of the Twitter account which warned Trump he would be sorry he spoke out against Mexico.
Massive operation: An aerial image of the site shows the maximum-security Altiplano Prison, the Santa Juana construction site, and the path of the 0.7mile underground tunnel that connects them .
Drug lord Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman escaped from the prison on Saturday through the tunnel, sparking a nation-wide manhunt
Detailed planning: The tunnel was a miracle of underground engineering, and came compete with electric lights and ventilation . El Chapo began his escape by climbing through a grill in the floor of the shower block, before climbing down a 32ft shaft and entering the tunnel
Ride to freedom: A Mexican newspaper published photos of the motorbike that El Chapo was said to have used to take him through the tunnel
Breathing free air: One of the ladders connecting the tunnel to either the prison shower block or the house that was the end of the tunnel
He told reporters: ‘We have officials all over the place, including right outside hanging out in trees.’
After his jail break, Guzman also started calling death threats on those who have supposedly betrayed him, including El Chabelo, the current incarcerated boss of Sinaloa’s rival cartel the Zetas.
We have officials all over the place, including right outside hanging out in trees
He wrote: ‘First to die is El Chabelo, for wanting to see me die in prison.’
He then hinted that the authorities had been complicit in the jailbreak by posting: ‘The dog (slang for the Mexican government) dances for money, and I’ve bought it.’
The full extent of El Chapo’s astonishing escape has been revealed by satellite images of the area surrounding the Mexican jail.
Aerial images of the jail and the surrounding countryside reveal just how complex the escape operation was, as a construction site sprang up over the course of a year just a mile from the Altiplano jail.
Given the sheer size of the operation, questions are being asked as to how no one at the jail reported noticing anything out of the ordinary.
Guzman began his escape at 8.52pm on Saturday.
Baffled: Authorities look into the entrance to a secret tunnel through which Guzman made his escape
Heavily concealed: The alleged end of the tunnel through which Mexican drug lord Joaquin ‘El Chapo’ Guzman could have escaped from the Altiplano prison
Break for freedom: Guzman escaped from the maximum-security prison last week .
This was his second jail break in 14 years
He entered the shower block at the high-security prison and, unnoticed by any guards, pried open a 50cm by 50cm grill in the floor of the shower block and climbed 32 feet down a ladder into a tunnel below the prison.
From there he used a motorbike that was waiting at the bottom for him to ride through the tunnel to freedom.
A miracle of subterranean construction, the remarkable tunnel was complete with air vents, electric lights and emergency oxygen tanks.
Although not a tall man – El Chapo means ‘the shorty’ in Spanish – the 5ft 6in gang lord was able to make his getaway standing upright in the 5.57 feet-high tunnel.
Neighbours have reported that a team of no more than four men were involved in constructing the tunnel, but the skilled workers stuck to a gruelling schedule of 10 hours a day for almost an entire year.
The engineers were forced to twice change the direction of the tunnel, in order to avoid the most sensitive areas of the prison, located 50 miles outside of Mexico City.
The underground getaway route carved a nearly mile-long path deep below the prison, before opening into a construction site in Santa Juana, hidden inside a ready-made house that was simple and understated.
Inconspicuous: Pictured is the interior of the home through which Guzman fled . Clothes and a phone charger could be seen inside
Escape gear ? This box of clothes was also pictured at the half-constructed property which Guzman fled through
Crime scene tape is placed around another hole near the house he is thought to have escaped into
Federal police check a house at the end of the tunnel through which he could have escaped
The ramshackle and unfinished building housed two bedrooms and a cellar of 110-square-metres, from which the construction of the tunnel began.
While inside the building, it has been reported that the crime lord took his time, using the bathroom and collecting a change of clothes before once again disappearing into the Mexican countryside, eluding the authorities for the second time in 15 years.
The operation to construct the tunnel was enormous, and required extensive and precise planning with the help of detailed blueprints of the prison, obtained by El Chapo’s men.
More than 3,250 tonnes of earth had to be removed and transported away from the site; the tunnel was nearly a mile long, 80cm wide and nearly two-metres tall, and would have produced 2,652 cubic metres of earth.
Once the earth was removed from the tunnel it was stored in a warehouse onsite, and from their taken away in trucks in tens of thousands of bags.
The sheer quantity of earth being removed would have required 379 dump trucks driving to and from the Santa Juana construction site.
Staff at the Altiplano prison are equipped with radar and electronic depth testing equipment which they are required to use regularly, specifically in order to check for tunnels.
But still nothing was ever reported.
Officers search huge construction pipes on the large building site next to the prison on Sunday
Bedding can be seen in one of the pipes being inspected by police .
It is not known who put the blankets there
The Sinaloa cartel has a long history of tunnel building, particularly along the US border where they were used to smuggle narcotics into America, and in his home state of Sinaloa, where subterranean structures still hide weapons.
The cartel has an engineering division, less notorious than the organisation’s armed factions, but equally vital in their ongoing operations.
Guzman – whose nickname El Chapo (‘The Shorty’) is a reference to his height of 5ft 6ins – runs a drug empire that stretches across North America and into Europe and Australia.
He is wanted by U.S . prosecutors and once featured in the Forbes list of billionaires.
His latest escape comes just 16 months after he was captured following more than a decade on the run . He currently faces federal drug trafficking indictments in the U.S.
Massive search: A convoy of federal police guard a prison van travelling through Mexico City on Sunday .
It is believed to hold some of the 18 prison officials who have been taken in for questioning
Federal police officers stand guard outside the prison . The huge construction site next to it can be seen
After Guzman was arrested on February 22 last year, the U.S .
said it would file an extradition request, though it’s not clear if that happened.
Republican presidential hopeful Donald Trump, who is mired in controversy following his recent comments that Mexican immigrants are ‘drug traffickers and rapists’, tried to make political capital from the escape with a contentious tweet.
‘Mexico’s biggest drug lord escapes from jail . Unbelievable corruption and USA is paying the price . I told you so!’ he wrote on Twitter.
Trump has previously riled Mexicans by calling illegal immigrants from the country racists and thieves, whom the government was ‘pushing’ across the southern border on purpose because they are ‘cunning’ and American leaders are ‘dumb’.
At a speech on Sunday in Phoenix, Arizona, he unveiled an outlandish plan to fine Mexican authorities $100,0002 for every immigrants who crosses the border without proper documentation.
He has made his anti-Mexican rhetoric a mainstay of his run for president.
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