Shift Security officer

Employer: Emcor
Location:Swanwick, Hampshire

We are recruiting a Shift Security Officer for our client site based in Swanwick, Hampshire.

Working 42 hours per week, 4 on 4 off nights days shifts between 06:00 to 18:00 and 18:00 to 06:00

Job Purpose:

To provide high visibility security Static and Mobile guarding at the properties/building and surrounding grounds.

Principle Accountabilities:
Providing high visibility Static Guarding or Mobile Guarding of the property/building and grounds
Provide a visible deterrent regarding security issues on the property/building and grounds
Provide CCTV monitoring of the perimeter of the property/building and surrounding grounds
To have Conflict Resolution training / experience
Maintain accurate records and logs of incidents and site visit logs
Liaising with Police and other public bodies to ensure a coordinated approach and awareness of local issues
Dealing with communications from telephone calls and radio users in a professional manner in accordance with operating procedures
Exchanging all necessary information to colleagues during shift change
Develop and maintain relationships with all the clients departments
Maintain accurate site contract administration files
Be conversant with all statutory compliance processes and procedures
Ensure that all EMCOR policies, procedures and standards are in place and adhered too
Maintain day-to-day contact with the customer’s representatives and attend meetings as directed
To carry out other reasonable administration requests for other departments as directed by the Security Manager and EFS Management Team

Person Specification:

Security Industry Qualifications – Front line SIA Licence for Security Officers
Owner / driver with full driving licence
A good Level of interpersonal and customer relationship skills
All applicants who are offered employment will be subject to a criminal record check (Disclosure) from the Criminal Records Bureau before the appointment is confirmed. This will include details of ALL cautions, reprimands or final warnings as well as convictions, whether “spent” or “unspent”. Criminal convictions will only be taken into account when they are relevant to the post.
An understanding of a basic Police and other Emergency Services procedures
Knowledge of the phonetic alphabet
CCTV Monitoring experience and CCTV license
Experience of hand-held radio use
Future SIA licenses funded
First aid certificate
De-fib certificate

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