Role An exciting opportunity has arisen for professional Security Officers to join a team of Security Personnel in London Mayfair for a Part time position. Successful applicants must have a good command of English and be able to demonstrate excellent customer service skills, be self-motivated and able to make a good contribution to the team.
The hours of work for this position are 12:00 to 15:00, providing lunch cover. Duties will include but not limited to; Access Control, authenticating right of access, completing all necessary paperwork and admin duties, conducting visible patrols and maintaining a high standard of security, can do attitude.
Essential Requirements include; Valid SIA License, fully comprehensive 5 years work/education history, Good Knowledge of Security Industry, Confident in dealing with public and emergency services, customer focused approach, strong verbal and written communication skills, access to own transport, attention to details, Acting as visual deterrent and must have good report writing skills, this position also requires excellent communication skills You will be working closely with our valued clients and employees to provide the best security solutions tailored to each individual requirement.
REQUIREMENTS IT SKILLS PREVIOUS EXPERIENCE Essential but full training will be given
COMMUNICATION SKILLS Excellent written and verbal communication
Salary: 9.00 /hour
Required licences or certifications:
- Driving License
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Security around French 1presidential candidate Francois Fillon and his British-born wife Penelope was doubled today after an image of him appeared on an Islamic State video threatening to kill a would-be head of state. The conservative Republicans candidate was surrounded by weapons and ammunition in the photo montage put together by two terrorist suspects arrested in Marseille2 yesterday. They had pledged to murder a politician running in the election that begins with a first round on Sunday.
Mr Fillon is a fierce critic of radical Islam, and has pledged to punish anyone who takes up arms against their country by stripping them of their nationality. He was due to speak in the northern city of Lille this evening, where police sources confirmed that security had doubled around the candidate . This will mean more officers, including snipers, standing guard and increased security checks on all those attending the rally in the Grand Palais.
Mr Fillon and those closest to him, including Mrs Fillon, will be surrounded by up to 12 officers at a time, said the source. It has been a difficult campaign for the pair, who have both been indicted in a fake jobs scandal that could end up with them being imprisoned. Mrs Fillon, who is from Wales, is not guaranteed to be in Lille today .
She has given only one newspaper interview and severely limited her public appearances since the so-called Penelopegate affair broke in January. Despite this, the couple remain confident that they have a chance of becoming President and First Lady following one of the closest elections for years. British intelligence officers helped foil the Day of the Jackal -style plot by suspected Islamic State fanatics Clement Baur, 23, and Mahiedine Merabet, 29, to kill a candidate.
Their rented Marseille apartment was full of weapons and so-called Mother of Satan TATP explosives when it was raided yesterday. French Interior Ministry sources confirmed that UK officers tipped us off about Baur and Merabet, but there has been no confirmation that their specific target was Mr Fillon. The pair were detained under arrest warrants for terrorist criminal association, according to a police document.
Far-right National Front leader Marine Le Pen was due to speak in Marseille today, and security will be extremely tight for her visit too.
Polls suggest she will win through to the second round of the election where she will be defeated by independent candidate Emmanuel Macron on May 7.
Police have launched a fresh appeal for witnesses after masked robbers attacked a security guard collecting cash from a supermarket. Two men armed with a wheel brace approached the G4S guard after he pulled up in his van to pick up money from Aldi, in Whittle Road, Meir Park. They threatened and attacked their victim, leaving him with a leg injury, then fled with cash in a black Alfa Romeo at around 4.45pm on Monday, April 3.
Now officers want to hear from witnesses who saw the suspects, dressed in light clothing with dark face coverings and baseball caps, getting into another vehicle near to the Meir Park Community Hall, off Lysander Road, a short time later. The first getaway car has already been recovered. A Staffordshire Police spokesman said: “The investigation is ongoing and detectives continue to appeal for anyone who witnessed the Alfa Romeo Mito driving from Aldi towards Lysander Road before getting into another vehicle.”
Anyone with information is urged to call 101 quoting incident 565 of April 3.
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- ^ Robbers steal man’s phone and keys in daylight robbery by canal (www.stokesentinel.co.uk)