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Security Officer

At Signal 88 Security, we're changing the face of security and doing so very quickly! Our team is not like those at other security companies. We live for "moments of heroism" where we can truly be there for our clients, who join us in serving our communities. This type of work is a job to some, but to us, it's an opportunity to make a real difference.

Community-Based Security Officer

Reports to: Lead Officer/Supervisor

Personnel reporting to this position: none

Responsibilities include:

  • Conduct patrols both op foot and in a vehicle of: courtyards, offices, pools, and other high-value areas to ensure all required access points are properly secured and to ensure the protection of property and residents with a high degree of attentiveness to details and safety.
  • Write clear, detailed, accurate reports in line with our Standard Operating Procedures and guidelines set forth by clients to document what was observed during every tour of duty.
  • Monitor the assigned property, staying vigilant to detect unauthorized vehicles, trespassers or individuals loitering and provide a professional deterrence and calming presence.
  • Conduct physical security checks and security sweeps ensuring all access points have been secured properly.
  • Conduct all of your duties with the highest level of professionalism, tenacity and a superior work ethic with a willingness to carry out orders and not take shortcuts.
  • Check for maintenance issues such as area lighting, malfunctioning equipment and hardware, and hazards to health and property.
  • All patrols and routing are conducted through our software. Officers are required to learn the software and use it in the appropriate manner to maintain efficiency and submit well-written reports in real time.

Benefits:

Offered to all employees once they meet the eligibility requirements for each benefit

  • Sick days, Holidays
  • Affordable Medical Benefits with employer contributions
  • Fully paid Dental & Vision Coverage
  • Fully paid Life Insurance, AD&D Ins, Long Term Disability
  • 401K with matching 

Requirements:

  • A high school degree or GED
  • You must be open to work assigned shifts based on your availability:
    • Nights
    • Weekends 
    • Other shifts around the clock
    • Overtime
    • Other assignments as needed
  • Must be able to walk for extended periods of time, lifting, pulling, pushing, kneeling, squatting, and carrying.
  • Must be able to work in extreme weather conditions during shifts
  • Successful completion of drug test and background checks
  • Valid Driver’s License and Clean driving record
  • Completion of all on-line and on the job training
  • Complies with all uniform requirements according to the S88 Standard Operating Procedures
  • Ability to communicate effectively both orally and in writing for the purpose of public interaction and report writing
  • Ability to learn and use new software efficiently
  • Able to provide proof of ability to work in the United States
  • Ability to deal with internal and external customers
  • Ability to get along with other employees, follow directions, work under stress, and work under austere conditions
  • Ability to conform to established procedures and to help identify and solve problems

 

Preferred Experience:

  • Customer Service
  • Military
  • Security 
  • Law Enforcement 
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