Event Day Response Security
ISC seek applications from individuals to work as Event Day Response Security Officers as part of the safety teams for sporting occasions, concerts and special events working at Wembley Stadium, North West London, and North London stadium, working in high profile areas in a customer facing role.
We are looking for people who have an SIA Door Supervisor licence to fulfil licensed security and response team roles.
Previous experience in this or similar front facing host roles is desirable however not essential.
NVQ Level 2 in Spectator Safety is essential, however we will provide the training at a small cost in its absence.
Work consists of weekends, evenings and some week day working and subject to availability.
Individuals must commit to:
A full yearly calendar of events commencing in August
A full training programme commencing July
(unless they already hold NVQ2 in Spectator Safety)
To apply please send your expression of interest to email@example.com quoting EVENT DAY RESPONSE (EDR-W112) explaining why you are interested in this role. For any queries please contact Sam Hunter on 020 8795 6964.
To apply for this role online please click here to complete the application form
Alternatively, please download the pdf, fill out the necessary form fields using 'Fill&Sign' in Acrobat and save the pdf document adding _Your_Name to the end as follows, Event_Day_Response_John_Doe.pdf. Once done, return to us at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Should you need to download and print the pdf and send to us by mail, download it here, fill it out and post to: Sam Hunter, Head of Human Resources, Integrated Security Consultants Limited, Hirst Hall, 1 Tower Lane, East Lane Business Park, Wembley, London, HA9 7NB.
WHILST WE ENDEAVOUR TO RESPOND TO ALL WHO APPLY, DUE TO A HIGH VOLUME OF APPLICANTS IT IS NOT ALWAYS POSSIBLE.
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