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Jerry Arney
20 days ago

Security at rose hulman #securityofficer

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Jeremy Sessums

In Texas you need a clean criminal record and a pulse.

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Salvador Jimenez

2 to 3years

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neal fotu
over 6 months ago

Any Security or Retail Associated jobs hiring in Hesperia

Please LMK ok cause i really need a jobs to help my family out!

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Jerry Mack
over 6 months ago

Securty

Any job for security or hospital escort I'm looking. For 12. To. 14. He

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Max Abramov
over 6 months ago

security guard

need a job asap

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Lawrence White
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6 months ago

Government Jobs: TSA Looking to Hire 6,000 New Officers!

The Transportation and Security Administration is still looking to fill up to 6,000 new Security Officer jobs by September 2021.

Transportation Security Officers (TSOs) are the face of the agency, the people on the front lines and the most important role at TSA. For many people, working as a TSO has led to a long, fulfilling career with the federal government. Apply online today at TSA - National Security Officer Hiring Initiative

In order to attract more employees, the agency is now offering a $1,000 sign-up bonus.

General Job Duties:

  • TSOs are responsible for providing security and protection of travelers across all transportation sectors in a courteous and professional manner. Their duties may also extend to securing high-profile events, important figures and/or anything that includes or impacts TSA transportation systems.

Search for local job opportunities, learn more about the TSAA hiring process, and apply online today at TSA - National Security Officer Hiring Initiative

Job Training:

  • TSOs are eventually required to complete an immersive training program at the TSA Academy. Located in the Federal Law Enforcement Training Center (FLETC) in Glynco, GA, the program is a total of 80 compensable hours.

  • TSA covers all travel expenses and lodging, as students must reside on-center or in FLETC-provided housing for the entirety of the program. While the TSA Academy provides the foundation for success, employees continue to receive training throughout their TSA career.

Still Interested? Start your hiring process today at TSA - National Security Officer Hiring Initiative

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Frederic Salgado

First and foremost you MUST. BE a people person. I mean be able and willing to work with the public.. If you cannot do this.. Your choosing the wrong profession. Unfortunately, security gets a bad view sometimes because people assume we are like the police and there are those in the security profession who sometimes think they are cops.. we are not. Our main function is to Observe and Report.. we are the eyes and ears of Law Enforcement. There are different kinds of security.. I chose the Special Events Security because we deal with attitudes and with different events. I have done Coachella, Electric Daisy Carnival in Las Vegas,NASCAR, and major awards shows like the Oscars, Emmys, Grammys and so on. Movie Premires.. each event is different and we are referred to Security Agents not guards because we wear suits not uniforms but my other two jobs we sometimes wear the uniform. We are unarmed but we always have PD(Police Dept) close by. If you want to stand at a regular post all day then go for it but you want excitement and never boring and always something new then I would aim for special events.

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Frederic Salgado

Adding to my above comment is you have to learn is interpersonal communication. Very Important this is about how you read people and what they are thinking or doing. How you approach individuals who may or may not have bad intentions, and also how to approach them and talk to them without appearing as security guard but rather as someone who is wondering what he or she is doing there. How to engage them in conversation and mentally gathering any bits of vague words or actions that will alert you this person should not be there. Also you learn how people will approach you and try to use mind games to see if you will reveal anything. It has happened to me that’s why I mention this. Des-escalation is another important thing to know if you tell someone they are trespassing and they continue or ignore you. You will have to know how to talk them into complying your order.Many of these things you will learn not in a class room but on hands and that’s the best school of all.I will give you an example or interpersonal communication… one of the things we are told during working the Academy Awards is one never talk to the press or anyone else connected with press for obvious reasons. Also we have what is called ODOs(Off Duty Officers) They will often use their influence to access areas of limits to them and you as well. It may be a door entrance or room. We are told by our main supervisor Do NOt let them through no matter what. They may flash their police badge or come up to you and tell you three are police and our instinct is to let them pass.I had an ODO twice try to tell me what post I was at and what I was doing there and I already knew what do say. I said” I am not at liberty to say”.. he left.. then another came and flashed me his badge and gave me some bullshit story, but I told him nothing and he told me you are doing a good job. Sometimes they would try to entrap you or catch you of guard. To see if you were alert. If you did let them through they would report you to the supervisor.

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Phillip Rico

Be persistent. If you do not hear back from Northrop Grumman Continue to apply. That's what I did before they eventually called me back.

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Amanda White

Make sure that your resume has key words that is in the job description because that’s how they do there searches on applicants. Also try to find out who’s the hiring manager or someone that works at the site your interested in.

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wayne o"connor
over 6 months ago

security,

When u are a sworn security officer over 29yrs experience..and no one want to hire u b

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Wany Joseph
over 6 months ago

security officers

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