Director of Security

Employer: Four Seasons Hotels and Resorts
Location: London at Ten Trinity Square

Job description

Four Seasons Hotel Ten Trinity Square is seeking a Director of Security to join our pre-opening team and prepare to open this landmark building adjacent to the Tower of London!

About Four Seasons Hotel Ten Trinity Square

The iconic former home of the Port of London Authority is being painstakingly restored and converted into a fabulous new Four Seasons Hotel. Located in the City of London and only an archers arrow away from the Tower of London. Ten Trinity Square will be a 100 room hotel, with two destination restaurants, one French and the other Asian as well as an all day dining restaurant and cocktail bar. The historic 'UN Ballroom' will be an exciting destination for both business and social events. The hotel will also feature a elaborate Spa and indoor pool. The building will also house 41 Four Seasons Residences and a separate members club.

The Director of Security role.

The Director of Security has responsibility for the day to day security force of the property to ensure the safety and security of all guests, personnel and property. The property is in pre-opening stages therefore the role will require a large proportion of planning and setting up P&P's prior to the opening. The role will also involve recruitment of the Security team.

The ideal Director of Security candidate for the role will have:

Previous experience at senior management level working within the Luxury Hotel market.

Previous administrative management of persons in lifesaving or property protection situations
Previous experience in Closed Circuit TV & Access management control.
Experienced in CPR, First aid, Fire prevention/fighting and Crowd control.
Previous police or security experience.

The Director of Security must be:
Security Industry Authority registered & certified.
Hold a Diploma in Work Place Safety, NEBOSH or equivalent at Management level.
Fluency in spoken and written English required.
Right to work in the UK is essential.