ICTS is recognised as a leading supplier of security and related services in some of the most demanding and high profile
environments throughout the country. One of our primary assets is our ability to adapt and evolve to meet the challenges
of an ever-changing business. At ICTS we seek to identify the most promising individuals, and provide the resources and opportunities needed to
maximise individual potential. In both recruiting and development in this way our management team are able to
demonstrate in-depth commitment to the goals and operating philosophy of ICTS, ensuring that management experience
and market-specific security skills, remains one of the most important competitive strengths of ICTS. We now have an opportunity for a customer focussed, progressive Area Manager to join our team within a prestigious
nationwide contract. DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES WILL INCLUDE
- Leading managers, supervisors, and a large and diverse workforce across a group of sites
- Driving productivity to maximise performance whilst ensuring standards are adhere
- Instilling a culture of continuous improvement
- Coaching and mentoring staff on site and driving engagement within the team
- Analysing statistics and reading and writing report
- Client / customer relationship management – Liaising with the Client and ICTS stakeholders to meet the client s
and ICTS service expectations
- Directing operational planning – Effective allocation of financial resources; and manage end of month financial
processes, including budgets, payroll, and invoicing
- Responsible for all professional matters across multiple sites site, to include ISO QM, BCMS, Environmental.
- Manage all aspects of the employee life cycle, including but not limited to: Recruitment
- Absence Management
- Investigation, Disciplinary and Grievances
- Staff appraisals
- Staff development
- Training Files
- Performance Management
- Provide a positive contribution towards maintaining an environment of equal opportunity, in accordance with the
Equal Opportunities and Diversity policy.
- Fulfil Health and Safety responsibilities by adherence to the requirements of the Company s Health and Safety
Email: email@example.com Web: www.icts.co.uk
Page 1 of 2 In return the successful candidate will join team committed to development and progression, a competitive reward
package, and employment benefits (company car etc.) The successful candidate will need to demonstrate the following skills and experience:
PERSON SPECIFICATION Essential
- Managerial experience
- Experience of driving management performance initiatives
- A motivational leader
- Full driving licence and willingness to travel both locally and nationally
- Excellent communication skills – both oral and written
- Excellent administration skills, including computer skills
- Track record of ability to work under pressure in dynamic work environment
- Flexibility according to operational needs
- Excellent customer service record
- A keen eye for detail with the ability to maintain standards of accuracy under pressure of tight deadlines.
- 5 year checkable background
- Experience of leading large teams of staff in the service or security industry
- Experience of managing in a security, warehouse, or distribution environment
- Ideally degree educated or equivalent
- Non Front line SIA License
We take our commitment to principles of fairness and mutual respect for people of all faiths and cultures
seriously and we expect our employees to do so as well. We take firm action where any concerns are raised
both internally and by our clients, customers and members of the public. All applicants must have correct documentation enabling them to work here and also have a permanent NI number. Internal candidates will be expected to show a good attendance/timekeeping record and also a good
performance in their previous role(s). This position may be subject to Client/Board approval.
All Managerial positions and Promotions are subject to a probationary period of 6 months.
Please Note: The probationary period can be extended should the candidate s performance not meet the required standard. Interested parties should send their CV with a covering letter to Lucy Gibb at firstname.lastname@example.org
ICTS IS AN EQUAL OPPORTUNITIES EMPLOYER
Email: email@example.com Web: www.icts.co.uk
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Area Manager – ICTS – Northern Ireland
New security measures including stricter passenger screening take effect on Thursday on all U.S.-bound flights to comply with government requirements designed to avoid an in-cabin ban on laptops, airlines said. Airlines contacted by Reuters said the new measures could include short security interviews with passengers at check-in or the boarding gate, sparking concerns over flight delays and extended processing time. They will affect 325,000 airline passengers on about 2,000 commercial flights arriving daily in the United States, on 180 airlines from 280 airports in 105 countries.
The United States announced the new rules in June to end its restrictions on carry-on electronic devices on planes coming from 10 airports in eight countries in the Middle East and North Africa in response to unspecified security threats. Those restrictions were lifted in July, but the Trump administration said it could reimpose measures on a case by case basis if airlines and airports did not boost security. European and U.S . officials said at the time that airlines had 120 days to comply with the measures, including increased passenger screening . The 120-day deadline is Thursday .
Airlines had until late July to expand explosive trace detection testing.
“We see this as a big issue for China Airlines,” Steve Chang, senior vice president of the Taiwanese firm told reporters on Wednesday, adding the airline was trying to consult with the American Institute in the country over the issue. Korean Airlines, South Korea’s flagship carrier, also said it had a lot of concerns with the new measures.
“We are asking customers to show up at the airport early .. . It’s just inconvenient for the passengers,” President and Chief Operating Officer Walter Cho told Reuters in Taipei. Lufthansa said on Tuesday the measures would be in place by Thursday and travelers could face short interviews at check-in or at the gate.
Economy passengers on Lufthansa’s Swiss airline have been asked to check in at least 90 minutes before departure. Cathay Pacific Airways said it would suspend in-town check-in and self bag-drop services for passengers booked on direct flights to the United States . The airline said passengers would also have short security interviews and it has advised travelers to arrive three hours before departure. Singapore Airlines said the security checks could include inspections of personal electronic devices as well as security questioning during check-in and boarding.
Airlines for America, a U.S . trade group, said the changes “are complex security measures” but praised U.S . officials for giving airlines flexibility in meeting the new rules. Alexandre de Juniac, CEO of the International Air Transport Association, said the industry understood security threats to aviation were made regularly but in this case, the U.S . government had not shared any specific dangers before changing the rules.
“What we have seen is very strange,” he told reporters in Taipei. “Unilateral measures announced without any prior consultation.. .
That is something that is very concerning and disturbing.”
At their annual meeting in Taipei, Association of Asia Pacific Airlines (AAPA) members passed a resolution calling for security measures to be risk-based, outcome-focused and proportionate to the probable threat.
“Unilateral actions taken by individual governments reacting to emerging threats may result in unnecessary disruption or lead to unintended safety consequences,” said the members. AAPA includes most large Asian airlines but not mainland Chinese carriers.
“The risk is other countries make similar demands,” AAPA Director General Andrew Herdman said. U.S . authorities in June also increased security around aircraft and in passenger areas, and other places where travelers can be cleared by U.S . officials before they depart.
A Transportation Security Administration (TSA) spokeswoman declined to discuss the specific changes but said, “the United States continues to work with our partners to raise the baseline of global aviation security and keep the entire traveling public safe.”
The TSA said in July it was imposing new security rules requiring U.S .
domestic airline travelers to remove all electronic items larger than mobile phones such as tablets, e-readers and video game consoles from carry-on baggage for screening.
Position Car Park Attendant / Security Undertake security patrols of the site as per client instruction.Complete font line machine maintenance and preventative maintenance checks.Keep site clear of litter .Report defects and faults to manager.Receive help point calls and give clear and concise information where applicable.Assist customers around the car park and around the terminal with paying for parking , luggage , directions and any other reasonable request.Sell onsite parking season tickets to walk up customers.Input and remove permits from the ANPR systems.Keep accurate record by entry to Daily Occurrence Book and any related paperwork.Fill in and supply PDQ and Occupancy data to management team as requested.Report to Eurotech every two hours that site is open.Liaise with stakeholders and pass any staff parking queries to the team leader.Report any on site crime to BTP and fill in relevant paperwork.Must have Security Guard and CCTV SIA licences.This role is a zero hours role covering sickness and holiday cover..Mainly based at Ebbsfleet International but may be required to cover other sites as and when shifts are available. Job Type: Part-time Salary: 8.52 /hour
- Ebbsfleet, Kent
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