Have you got what it takes to be one of our STARS? We are looking for enthusiastic, pro-active, presentable candidates who are keen to work as a Receptionist/FOH staff member and start their career in a corporate environment. As part of our STARS (Security Trained Assistance and Receptionist Services) you will get an opportunity to work at a variety of prestigious, high profile companies across London (mainly in zone 1 and zone 2) and be the first point of contact for all visitors and staff members. An ideal candidate is a person who:
- Has excellent Customer Service skills
- Enjoys new challenges and is happy to travel and work at different contracts
- Has a flexible and helpful nature
- Takes great pride in personal appearance
- Loves meeting new people
- Has a bubbly, confident and charming personality
- Is passionate about learning and developing
Duties might include:
- Meeting and greeting visitors in a professional, welcomingand friendly manner
- Signing-in and out visitors, issuing passes
- Administrative duties
- Booking meeting rooms, taxis and couriers
- Any ad-hoc duties
What can we offer you?
- Pay rate starst from 10.00 – 15.00 p/h
- Paid uniform
- Paid breaks
- Training: NVQ, First Aid, SIA, Customer Service, Team Leading,
- Performance based bonuses & work recognition
Our STARS are core of our business and represent the brand through engaging personality, style and professional attitude. We are well known for our culture that aims to ‘ promote within and we are committed to support your growth and provide an access to career development opportunities.Successful applicants must be eligible to work in the UK and able to cover 5 year recent history.If you would like to become one of our STARS, we look forward to hear from you!
Salary: 10.00 /hour
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NIGHT SECURITY/JUNIOR DUTY MANAGER – IMMEDIATE START AVAILABLE THE WOOD NORTON HOTEL – EVESHAM Looking for a unique opportunity to learn and develop a managerial career path within the hotel sector? This new and exciting position working under the security manager is a great opportunity to shine and be part of a team that will push to help you develop a career. A great CV building opportunity within a 4* venue delivering over 85 weddings per year and a position that can and would easily lead the right person onto day time duty management or security Management opportunities and provide a career path within hotels.
IMMEDIATE START _ CLOSING DATE 24/04/17 23:00 0700 – 40 hours per week (5 Nights) Including weekends.
8.50ph with a view to increase.
28 days annual leave SIA Licence with a minimum of 1 years security experience or a police/military background. Past junior management experience is desirable but a potential to learn and the right attitude is essential. Must have a keen sense of self development and work well as part of a team or alone. Basic IT skills with a willingness to learn. Integrity, adaptability and reliability is essential with a drive and passion to provide outstanding customer service and meet the interests of the Hotel and its clients. Staff accommodation on site is available. Working under the Security Manager this new innovative position will offer the right candidate a unique opportunity to combine their existing security expertise with management skills and enter the hotel industry with a view to having career progression in hotels or boost their security portfolio. As a night duty manager responsible for the hotel security and the safety of its guests and staff you will learn to utilise your security skills to the maximum and develop a strong managerial role over time. You will communicate directly with guests, senior management and staff to ensure a smooth conclusion to every night and problem solve to meet both the best outcome for the hotel and its patrons.
You will learn to oversee night time operations and conduct audits to conclude business including supervising cash ups. You will be innovative and thrive in a team environment while able to work independently to the highest standard. There is lone night working involved. High standards of Personal dress and bearing is essential. This position will enable the right candidate to integrate fully into the hotel, gain experience and innovate in generating revenue, introducing and enforcing standards and procedures and eventually progress into day time Duty Management duties here or elsewhere if preferred. The right attitude and work ethic to progress is essential and experience and an in depth understanding of hotels across all departments and their systems is guaranteed. Responsibilities will include: Maintaining the night security and safety of all guests and staff within the hotel. Managing incidents and reporting them correctly. Maintaining and developing SOP s to increase efficiency, security and management.
Conducting audits and checks on completion of hotel business. Customer service and resolving complaints. Communicating effectively with guests, staff and senior management directly. Mentoring/managing junior staff and leading by example. Other hotel duties as required both under own initiative and as directed.
Those interested in applying please email firstname.lastname@example.org
A security guard grabbed a 15-year-old boy by the throat and told him Get out or I ll chuck you out during a shocking incident caught on camera.
A video of the incident – which has since been posted online – then shows one of the security guards grabbing schoolboy Luther Small by the throat, Wales Online3 reports. The security guard has been suspended with immediate effect .
The security guard approached the group of teens and told them they had to leave (Photo: Wales Online)
Luther’s mum, Carol, said: Luther doesn t really want to take things any further.
“He accepts the guy overreacted but doesn t want him to be suspended . It s just one of those things. A video of the incident was posted online by Rhayna Mann, whose 15-year-old son, Riley, was also a part of the group of friends.
Posting the footage to Twitter, she wrote: Disgusting . Appalling . Shameful. Rhayna s husband, Jason Mann, added: My son and his friends were in Cardiff skating on Sunday . They decided to get some food at around 5pm.
Obviously one of the only places open at that time on a Sunday was St David s Shopping Centre.
They went in and took a seat in a caf , but they were approached by security and told they had to leave.
They were not misbehaving or playing up, but were told they had to leave because they had skateboards.
My son and his friends told the guards they didn t understand . They were only having food .
They hadn t even skated inside the centre.
But security kicked them out . They tried their luck at another entrance and the security guards were waiting for them there. This is when Luther was grabbed by one of the guards.
The officer puts his hand around the teen’s neck during the heated exchange (Photo: Wales Online)
Jason says the management team at St David s have been in touch to explain the situation but the incident has left them feeling upset and angry.
Riley was OK when he came home – he skates a lot, so is used to having run-ins with people, Jason said.
But he s a good kid . I m not just saying that as his parent – Riley is a bright and well-mannered boy.
His mum was upset when she saw the footage, but I was just angry that someone in a position of power would abuse their rights.
The boys are 15 at the end of the day . Even if they were mouthy and the security guard felt justified in throwing them out, you don t grab a young boy by the throat.
Mark Nott, centre manager for St David s Cardiff, said: We have been made aware of this incident and the security officer involved has been suspended with immediate effect.
This is not the level of conduct we expect from our officers and we apologise to all parties involved.
A full investigation is now taking place and we are liaising with the customers concerned directly.