Security Officer - Ambassador For Westfield - Casual Positions, Adelaide, Certis Security

Published 2022-09-21
Expires 2022-10-21
ID #1177527128
Security Officer - Ambassador For Westfield - Casual Positions, Adelaide, Certis Security
Australia, Adelaide, Adelaide,
Published September 21, 2022

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Job type: Part time
Contract type: Contract
Salary type: Per annum
Occupation: Security officer - ambassador for westfield - casual positions

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About Certis Security Australia With over 60 years of experience in rich physical security heritage, deep market insights and patented technology innovations, Certis is a trusted advanced integrated security services provider for businesses around the globe. To learn more about us visit www.certisgroup.com and www.certisgroup.com/au About the Opportunity Be part of a leading global security company and realise your potential with Certis as we journey with you through our diverse range of career opportunities - from security operations to technology roles and professional functions. Based in Adelaide you will be appointed as a Security Officer (Westfield Ambassador) and will be tasked with securing the premises and ensuring public safety and the safety of all staff, contractors and visitors on site. Not only will you be ensuring the safety of all visitors to the centre but also the welcoming face of the brand. The environment you would be deployed encourages you to be part of a caring team. An opportunity exists for Security Officers to join the Certis team and provide security services at a number of locations in the Adelaide area. Our client works with the world’s leading retail and luxury brands to create a unique shopping and leisure experience and ensures that its centres constantly meet the highest expectations of today’s retailers and consumers. Provide a high quality visual security presence at client locations Conduct foot patrols Escort contractors Respond to security emergencies Maintains electronic logs and records of occurrences Complete necessary paperwork Use appropriate methods of communication (eg radio, phone, log books) to report incidents and issues Conduct incident investigations in a timely manner and ensure that Security Incident Reports are completed and submitted Provide a customer service approach and maintain a fair, courteous and respectful manner in dealing with clients and customers Take a problem solving approach to conflict situations and recognise the need to escalate situations to the manager/supervisor for attention as appropriate Promote and encourage a team approach Demonstrate knowledge and competence in the implementation of emergency procedures Issue and receive keys in accordance with procedures. Use computer systems including Email, Word and Excel as required About you Full vaccination is mandatory for all applicants Current SA Security License First Aid Certificate Certificate II in Security Operations Experience in retail environments highly advantageous Intermediate Computer Skills Ability to use electronic hand held devices, radios and online applications Strong oral and written communication skills Ability to follow instructions and multi task 24x7 Availability Benefits & Culture Friendly and inclusive environment Growth and development are supported and promoted A discount program where employees, and their family members, can save at over 400 retailers Australia wide A well-being program that provides advice about mental, physical, and financial well-being An Employee Assistance Program (EAP) that is available to employees and their families Cultural diversity is valued and supported Emphasis on learning and development, where a state-of-the-art LMS is available to all employees Diversity Statement Certis Security Australia promotes diversity in the workplace through our Diversity Inclusion initiative and via our Indigenous partnership with Corroboree Security. We encourage women, Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples to apply for this role. Should you apply please be advised that should a decision be made to proceed with your application to the next stage of the recruitment process, it is only at this stage will a member of the recruitment team be in contact with you. NSW – Master Licence 405149073 ACT – Master Licence 17501742 QLD – Security Firm Licence 3158254 SA - Security Agents Licence ISL 235794 VIC - Private Security Business Licence 689-218-50S VIC - Private Security Business Registration 689-218-92S WA – Security Agents Licence SA58716

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