Job Summary WOULD you be interested in working in an SIA role for JDAM Security at exciting events/ sites in Wales? We are recruiting for Casual Staff both male & female (SIA), so apply now for a chance to take up one of these positions. Casual Security Staff (SIA)
The hours of work available are varied and flexible.You will form an essential part of the venue safety management team, controlling entry and maintaining good order whilst being aware of and ensuring the absolute care, comfort and well-being of a range of audiences.We strive to achieve a high level of customer care and to ensure all customers receive a good experience and service. MAIN DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Screening a person’s suitability to enter the event or venue e.g. individuals under the influence of alcohol or drugs or demonstrating anti social behaviour.
- This includes those who are searching bags to ensure that there is no unauthorised access or any damage to property or injury to others.
- Searching of persons and/or property to prevent items that are unauthorised or illegal from entering the premises e.g.
cameras, alcohol, drugs or weapons.
- Responding to incidents within crowds, queues or the audience to control behaviour which is antisocial, undesirable or likely to result in harm to others.
- Ejecting individuals from a venue or event or designated area e.g. concert pit or backstage areas
- Protecting a pitch, track or other identifiable area from spectators or others with the intention of preventing damage to property or persons.
- Providing a security presence to prevent and detect crime within a designated area.
- Guarding a property and/or equipment in site during the setup and breaking down of, for example, an event or exhibition.
- Patrolling the perimeter of an event to prevent unauthorised entry gained by individuals, through the climbing or breaching of any fences or barriers, or through being let in via an access
Please note: You must be the holder of a current SIA Licence (Door Supervisor/Close Protection) for this role. Job Type: Security Officer : 9.00 – 12.00 /hour
- Various venues/sites throughout Wales
- High school or equivalent
- but does not matter if you don’t have experience:
Required licence or certification:
- Driver’s License
- SIA Door supervisors or Close protection license
Salary: 9 – 12.00 /hour
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Controversial security firm ‘nothing but trouble’ at retail park…and we didn’t even want them here, says manager
A controversial security firm has been nothing but trouble at a North Wales retail park, where they were sent by the council without the permission of the landowner, says the manager. Alan Barker, one of the bosses at Llandudno s Mostyn Champneys, said there was no need for officers from Kingdom to visit the retail park as it has its own cleaners. But he said the St Helens-based firm was instructed by Conwy council to issue litter fines at Mostyn Champneys, despite no consent being given by the park s owners.
The Mostyn Champneys retail park in Llandudno
In an email to Llandudno resident Neil Jones, which was posted in the online group North Wales Against Kingdom Security by Mr Jones, Mr Barker said: We have had nothing but trouble with this particular company, who were instructed by the local authority to enter our property and land without our consent. Mr Barker, who is the manager of Mostyn Champneys and Broughton Shopping, told the Daily Post: We ve had quite a number of complaints from shoppers and our tenants about Kingdom Security being on Mostyn Champneys.
Apparently, Conwy county council instructed them to go there without consulting us.
Most of the shops on Mostyn Champneys are discount stores so our shoppers probably can t afford the 75 fine.
We ve exchanged a number of phone calls and emails with Conwy council, and we ve been told Kingdom have now stopped operating there.
There was no need for them to be there in the first place as we have our own cleaners on the site. Aberconwy AM Janet Finch-Saunders said: These reports are most alarming .
Conwy council need to take a close and urgent look at the guidance issued to Kingdom, and ensure they are only operating on permitted land.
British Land, who manage Mostyn Champneys, have confirmed to me previously that Kingdom Security do not have any remit to issue Fixed Penalty Notices on Mostyn Champneys retail park.
I trust the council will take forward the concerns raised by British Land and constituents here as appropriate, and I urge full transparency and openness from the council on this matter.
I would also urge the council to bring forward their promised public consultation on Public Spaces Protection Orders for which constituents have been waiting for five months. A Conwy council spokeswoman said: Littering and dog fouling is unacceptable at any location; it s not only anti-social but also illegal.
The council has a duty to help reduce such behaviour and to keep the county as free from litter as possible.
The offence of littering occurs, under the Environmental Protection Act 1990 Section 87, if a person throws down, drops or otherwise deposits any litter in any place open to the air and leaves it.
Whether land is publicly or privately owned, permission to enter land to enforce the relevant legislation is not required.
We work with landowners to ensure the duties of both the council and landowners can be met.
If a landowner/occupier does not want enforcement on their land, we will consider the request after discussing their waste management plan to ensure that any litter dropped or waste generated on their land would be cleared and removed correctly to protect adjoining streets and public spaces that people are entitled to enjoy litter-free.
This has been requested at Mostyn Champneys. Kingdom works for more than 35 councils across the UK, including Anglesey, Conwy, Denbighshire, Flintshire and Wrexham.
The firm has drawn criticism for the tactics they are alleged to use to issue fines of up to 75 for littering.
It seem’s the CEO of REDfour MSS has been telling quite a few porkies over the last 10years while also making himself out to be some sort of guru when it comes to all things piratey while also not having the decency to pay his teams while he went out and bought a Maserati (true dit). REDfour: Making pirates think twice – Splash 247 The truth of the matter is he was never 63 SF(R), never a commissioned rank in HMG and never (really) in HMG at all. From The Gazette, where if you type in a name, you can check anyone’s commission..
https://www.thegazette.co.uk/all-not…s-page-size=10 Example- https://www.thegazette.co.uk/all-not…s-page-size=10 Then we come to his private security history. He was a bum on a seat in Basrah and spent a bit of time in the Legion but the rest is complete fabrication- How do I know? I checked. Radaris Great Britain: Looking for Will Mcmanus? Trying to track down someone online? View public records here. Location: London, United Kingdom Industry: Security and Investigations Current: Director at REDfour Security Group Past: FSA Somalia at IMC Geophysics Manager at Olive Group Senior Consultant at CRG security manager at ArmorGroup Moving Target at Hart Security batard at French Foreign Legion bastard at Officer in the British Army see less…
4 more… Education: University of Wales, Swansea More info at: Radaris Great Britain: Looking for Will Mcmanus? Trying to track down someone online?
View public records here. A friend from 264 who runs a uber-private facebook page for ex-SF scalies sent me this photo of our walt wearing a SF tie and a chest full of campaign medals….. Checking his ex-sigs database it turns out this is all ebay-bought bling.
No sign of him on the ORBAT for Granby, Bos, Kos, Barras, Afghan or anywhere else… It’s a very, very small world in SF sigs and nobody has even heard of him except as a bluffer. I know lots of you would have had exposure to Mr McManus and I should imagine that none of you thought this day would ever come?
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Originally posted here: Will McManus- Walter Mitty extrordinaire?