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.
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6 weeks on, 6 weeks off. Closing date for applications: Wed 13 April 2017. Job Duties: VIP protection Adhoc protection services which requires flexibility and understanding of the client s needs/goals Escorting Geo Survey s in arduous terrain (must be physically fit) Past experience of working with LN teams Report writing Continuation training of LN Ad-hoc teams Will assist the Operations Managers when not tasked.
Kurdistan CMT can provide further information on the job/ task in hand Hiring Criteria Min of 3 years Military or law enforcement experience 1 year Iraq experience English Speaking (Fluent) and written Computer literate and comfortable with word and excel. In date frontline SIA license (for UK expats and countries that offer international equivalent) In date FPOS-I or MIRA qualification To have attended and passed an accredited CP course. Minimum of ONE year commercial experience, in a Team Leader role For more information follow the link below.
Senior PSD TL, Kurdistan. – PALADIN JOBS
A Dulcote2 man who threw several fireworks, hitting a quarry security guard with one, and then attacked his van before stabbing him on the finger with a metal centre punch has been given a conditional discharge by magistrates. Christopher Randle had been drinking when he launched the attack claiming he was fed up with workers from the quarry constantly tooting their horns as they drove past his caravan. The victim was shocked when he heard the first firework going over the top of his van, and when he got out to see what was happening a second one was set off and hit him on the right side of his body.
When the defendant later returned holding a metal object he hit out with it, connecting with the security guard’s hand causing an injury to his finger.
Randle, 50, of Bishops Park Way, pleaded guilty to assaulting Gavin Molloy by beating him and causing damage to his Iphone at Dulcote on March 13 when he appeared before the court5 at Yeovil6. Emma Lenanton, prosecuting, said that Mr Molloy was working as a security guard at a quarry near Wells when he was approached by Randle at the main gate and a verbal disagreement took place between them. “A short time later the victim was sat in his van when he saw a firework go over the top of his vehicle so he got out and saw Randle stood in the direction it had come from,” she said.
“A second firework was set off which hit Mr Molloy on the right hand side of his body but no injury was caused, and it then hit the back of his van so he got back inside and locked the door. “Randle walked towards the door and tried to open it and then started kicking and banging the window before walking away.” The defendant then returned and went back to the driver’s door and the victim could see he had a metal object in his hand and he started to hit the window with it.
Mr Molloy called his manager who rang the police and he then got out of the van and could see Randle still had the object.
He had his Iphone in his hand and the defendant then hit out with the centre punch, connecting with the victim’s hand and finger and causing his phone to be knocked onto the ground cracking the screen. The victim’s manager arrived at the scene and assisted him in restraining Randle, removing the metal object, and the police then arrived and arrested him. During interview the defendant said he had taken co-codamol and drunk around eight pints of cider and was heavily under the influence of alcohol.
“He said it did it just for fun and told the police he was simply trying to wind the security guard up,” added Miss Lenanton. In a statement made by Mr Molloy he said that his finger was still sore a few days after the incident and he had to pay 150 for a new screen for his Iphone. Randle told the court that he had got a bit drunk and the offence was just “stupidity”.
He said: “The security guards had been tooting their horns at me on a previous occasion and I was just too drunk and got stupid and wound him up to have a bit of fun, however I understand it’s serious,” he said.
“I want to apologise as I was being very silly and it is all a bit vague as I have a bit of an alcohol problem. “I live in a caravan round the corner from the quarry and three cars have been tooting their horns at me and were winding me up, so I wound them up after finding a few fireworks I had left over from Christmas.” The magistrates imposed a six month conditional discharge on Randle and ordered him to pay 150 compensation to Mr Molloy for the damage to his phone along with 85 costs and an 85 victim surcharge.
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