SECURITY OFFICER REQUIRED

SECURITY OFFICER REQUIRED

“Looking for your next challenge”
Here at 4tress Services LTD we deliver on our promises through the work of our excellent staff and therefore, if you have the passion, a great work ethic and drive to become a part of our success and if you possess great customer service skills and are driven to stand out from the rest, then apply as we are seeking high caliber Security Officers to work on a prestigious site located in the heart of Manchester City center.
Duties include patrolling, front of house and CCTV monitoring.
Working as part of a team, applicants must have a “can do attitude” and a drive to bring a 5 star service to our client.
We don’t want the norm, we want the best, so, if you are merely looking for a day to day job then please don’t apply as we aim to make the team at this location a team to be proud of.
If you feel you have the attributes then please send your CV across.
Must be flexible and no restrictions to work the shift pattern below.
Immediate starts.
Shifts are 6 on 3 off (3 days 3 nights)
Up to 28 days paid holiday a year.
Must possess a valid front line/Door supervisor SIA license, a right to work in the UK and be able to provide a checkable 5 years work history.

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4tress Services Ltd

11 Belper Walk
Manchester, Manchester M18 8AZ
United Kingdom (UK)
Phone: 03432891391
Additional phone number: 07518798493
Fax: 01612237259
Email: info@4tressservicesltd.co.uk
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4tress Services Ltd

11 Belper Walk
Manchester, Manchester M18 8AZ
United Kingdom (UK)
Phone: 03432891391
Additional phone number: 07518798493
Fax: 01612237259
Email: info@4tressservicesltd.co.uk
https://www.4tressservicesltd.co.uk

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How Do They Do It?

Shoplifters may work alone or in groups. while it’s impossible to give an infallible rule of thumb, experience has shown that juveniles and professionals tend to work in groups, while the impulse shoplifter is a loner.

Working in a group, the shoplifter may use confederates to be concealed. One member of the gang may also start an argument with store personnel or among themselves, or even feign a fainting spell to draw attention, giving a cohort the opportunity to steal merchandise from another part of the store.

Shoplifters don’t like crowds. They keep a sharp eye out for other customers or store personnel; quick, nervous glances may be a giveaway. They also tend to “shop” during hours when store staff is lighter than usual – during lunch hours, early morning, or just before closing.

Shoplifters also have their own arsenal of professional tools. Articles as innocent as bulky packages, pocket-books, baby carriages, knitting bags, shopping bags, umbrellas, newspapers and magazines can be used to carry stolen goods. Even an oversized arm sling can help the shoplifter conceal merchandise.

Specially-constructed devices such as coats or capes with hidden pockets and zippered hiding places are useful to the more experienced shoplifter. Some thieves use booster boxes (large boxes with a hinged end, top, or bottom). Booster boxes may be gift-wrapped to frustrate detection.

Unsupervised dressing rooms offer excellent opportunities for theft. Shoplifters may simply pile on layers of pilfered clothing, or they may exchange new items for the clothes they were wearing and return the originals to the rack.

Price tickets can be too often easily switched, particularly in grocery stores or drugstores where prices are written on gummed labels and often carelessly-stuck to the item.

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