Chief Security

Recruiter : Swiss-Belhotel Seef Bahrain
Closes : 25 August 2014
Location : Seef, Kingdom of Bahrain

Further information
Looking for Chief Security at the upcoming Swiss-Belhotel Seef Bahrain

About the Hotel:
Located in Seef, the new high-end business centre of the island, Swiss-Belhotel Seef is targeted to be
a modern 4-star hotel featuring 149 spacious rooms and suites.

This 28-storey hotel will offer sea views from the 7th floor upwards and is located at a three-minute walking distance from Seef Mall.

Facilities and Services:
All day dining restaurant on the 10th floor that opens onto the pool deck and terrace
Rooftop Bar and Restaurant
Swiss-Café at Hotel Lobby
Banqueting & Meeting Facilities
Health and Fitness Centre with Sauna and Steam Rooms
Swimming Pool with Jacuzzi

Major Function:
Responsible for supervising and coordinating the tasks of the Security Officers with the goal of protecting the Hotel, its Employees, its guests and the property 24-hours a day through a combination of surveillance, security walks and collaboration with other departments regarding emergency situations. General responsibilities include enforcing operating procedures, employee scheduling, training and development, and inter-department communications.

Required Skills:
Intuitive thinking.
Strong analytical skills and strategic thinking.
High attention to detail.
Able to organise and lead complex projects.
Able to multi-task and prioritise tasks consistent with business objectives.
Computer literate with basic e-mail, Word and Excel functions.
Fluent in English and local language required.
Able to organise and lead in an emergency situation.

Graduate of a 2-year degree desired.
Minimum of 3-years in a leading security role.
Previous CPR training desired.

Only shortlisted candidates will be contacted.

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Swiss-Belhotel Seef Bahrain
Site of one of the oldest civilisations in the world and thought by some to be the location of the Garden of Eden, Bahrain has an abundance of archaeological digs, historical museums, dhow building yards and back-street souks.