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Part Time Patrol Officer - College Station

Company: GardaWorld Security Services U.S.
Location: College Station
Posted on: May 8, 2022

Job Description:

JOB SNAPSHOT - Now HiringJob Title: Unarmed Security OfficerLocation: College Station, TXEnvironment: Office building, interior and exteriorHourly Pay Rate: $13.00Schedule: Sat/Sun 11:30am-7:30pm (16 HPW)General Job Functions: Foot patrol, vehicle patrol, digital reportingShift & Hours: Requires open availabilityImmediately Hiring, No Resume or previous work experience required!Who is GardaWorld?GardaWorld is the world's largest privately-owned security services company. We protect our clients' staff and assets, wherever they are in the world. We offer different schedules, diverse work assignments spanning multiple industries and career advancement opportunities. We encourage diversity and are proud to be an equal opportunity employer. GardaWorld Security Services is looking for Security Officers to fulfill different assignments for our clients.JOB DESCRIPTIONGeneral Security responsibilities include, but are not limited to:Provide excellent customer service to our clientsObserve, survey, and report activities at the assigned siteRespond quickly to critical situationsAbility to read and write detailed reportsEnforce client procedures, regulations, and standardsQUALIFICATIONSGeneral Qualifications to work in physical security at GardaWorld include:Possess at least a high school education or equivalent (GED)Pass an extensive screening processSecurity, Military, Law Enforcement Experience PreferredEntry LevelQualificationsEducation

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