Dog Handler

Our specialist dog handling team is trained to the highest possibly standards by a former Metropolitan Police Dog instructor. The dog team is a prestigious one and many of our handlers have achieved awards in recognition of their skills. As such joining this team requires people who are fully committed to helping us maintain those high-quality standards.

We provide general patrol dog services and specialist search and detection dogs. The role of a dog handler is varied and day to day duties can include patrolling building infrastructure to parks and open spaces to searching vehicles arriving on sites. It is also common for our search and detection dog team to work alongside the police and assist at high profile events.

Dog handling is very specialist skill and as most of our dogs live with their handlers it requires a commitment that goes far beyond the standard working day. It requires people who are comfortable forming close bonds with dogs and can integrate looking after a dog into their daily life.

While we are always keen to hear from experienced licences handlers we are also happy to provide the training to people who demonstrate the attributes needed to become a dog handler.

Candidates preferably should have an SIA accreditation to apply for dog handling roles.

Reception & Front of House

Ensuring our clients, their staff and visitors at their premises are given a warm and professional welcome is the responsibility of our Reception and Front of House Team who are in charge of ensuring this is maintained to the highest possible standard.

These roles are varied and interesting and in many circumstances, we are the first point of contact when people arriving at our clients’ premises. Meeting and greeting courteously and efficiently as well as having an excellent phone manner is a key attribute of these roles as well as ensuring the reception and front of house areas are kept immaculately.

All our front of house team must have excellent communication, organisation and time management skills. A confident nature and good interpersonal skills are essential as is the ability to communicate clearly with people at every level in a professional manner. These roles generally require a high level of self-motivation and problem solving. Personal presentation must be of the highest standard for these roles and all members of the team are expected to keep their uniform regularly cleaned and pressed.

Some of these roles have specific security duties attached to them and in those cases may require SIA accreditation and / or CCTV license.

Security Officers & Operatives

Ensuring our clients, their staff and visitors at their premises are kept safe and secure at all times is our core business and our security officers are in charge of ensuring this is maintained to the highest possible standard.

As a Ward Security officer you will be expected able to perform essential daily tasks such as monitoring CCTV, patrolling the premises as well as keeping a watchful eye on all activity that takes place at the premises. Documenting discovery reports and effectively dealing with and reporting all incidents that fall under the security remit.

All our security officers and operatives are expected to have excellent communication, organisation and time management skills. A confident nature and good interpersonal skills are essential as is the ability to communicate clearly with people at every level in a professional manner. These roles generally require a good level of physical fitness as well as smart appearance.

You should be quick thinking, naturally inquisitive and pride yourself in being able to trust your instincts. Be comfortable working on your own initiative and taking decisions as well as enjoy working as part of a team.