Security Officer Birmingham, United Kingdom 9.37 hourly
Security OfficerLocation: Birmingham, United Kingdom | Salary: 9.37 hourly | Posted: 23 Jul 2021 | Business Unit: UK Secure Solutions | Contracted Hours: Full-time | Employee Status: Permanent | Reference: 210001UO
As an Area Security Officer at G4S, you are more than a Security Guard. You’ll be a key part of our team covering a range of sites within your area. You will ensure the safety of our customers' staff, their buildings and assets, both on the ground and through continuous and effective security surveillance, whilst providing excellent customer service with a smile. We pride ourselves on delivering excellent customer service in a safe and secure environment.
Working as part of a team to secure the three NHS hospitals in the Birmingham area, it’s a varied role where you will get to see a range of different sites and customers. The role will include greeting staff and visitors and ensuring they adhere to the required security protocols, conducting searches where required, patrolling the premises and dealing with security incidents. You will also be monitoring CCTV cameras and liaising with internal security teams and appointed third parties / emergency services when required. With a keen eye and a brilliant way with people, you could look forward to an interesting role where no two days are the same with exciting career opportunities.
You will need to be aged 18 or over, a confident communicator who is a team player with the drive to provide a friendly and professional service at all times. A good IT knowledge is also key. You must be flexible and available to work on a varied shift pattern which will include days, nights and weekends. It would be a benefit to have from some security/CCTV experience and your SIA licence, however it’s not essential, as we provide full SIA (Security Industry Authority) licence training.
As this is a mobile position, you will also need to have a full clean driving licence and your own transport.
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