Staff Accountant (Current Employee) – Elba, AL – January 31, 2016
The accounting department at The National Security Group are some of the warmest and most supportive co-workers I've ever had. The staff is fun but hardworking and work well together. The office has a lovely exercise room open to workers and management shows great appreciation to all employees.
Security Forces Specialist, USA (Former Employee) – Minot AFB, ND – January 21, 2016
Average day was protecting personnel and property vital to National Security. I learned to protect personnel and property with any means necessary within plausible tactics. Management and co- workers were great to work with and gained valuable experience. The hardest part of the job was putting more than 15 typical day to get all paper work and working the job done. I enjoyed the traveling the most.
Telemarketing Representative (Former Employee) – New York, New York – August 29, 2015
Great place to work. Loved every moment working there. I learned a lot about how the mortuary field works. How each company competes, how you can branch off and start your own, and how to make work not feel like a chore. It was productive with music always playing.
CRITICAL INFRASTRUCTURE INTERNSHIP (Former Employee) – Hamilton NJ – October 13, 2014
Executive Order #5 (Corzine) defined OHSP's mission as being responsible "to administer, coordinate, lead, and supervise New Jersey's counter-terrorism and preparedness efforts." The executive order also set the office's goal as the coordination of "emergency response efforts across all levels of government, law enforcement, emergency management, nonprofit organizations, other jurisdictions, and the private sector, to protect the people of New Jersey."
Security Guard (Former Employee) – Scottsville, NY – September 22, 2014
My day as a Security job went very smooth i was placed at various sites to watch and monitor grounds of various organizations. I learned to interact with people on an everyday basis. My co-workers helped and assisted me in many ways. Long hours were involved with the job, but I enjoyed it as well.
ARMED ATM SECURITY OFFICER (Former Employee) – Orlando Area – February 10, 2014
The job with National Security, although part-time was not very beneficial to my career. The jobs at the different ATM's, would last anywhere from five to ten minutes,( which was average unless a complete ATM rebuild was done) to four hours for a rebuild. The company itself was very small and did not have room for advancement.
lack of hours, no advancement, very low pay without benefits
It was a productive place to work but didnt last to long.
Telemarketer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – January 17, 2013
A typical day at work was to receive or make calls on a lead list to see if people where interesting in getting their security license and to proceed with a job. The company was doing so good in the beginning but wasn't the best place to be in the end. the company started downsizing, and started to release people. and I was the first couple of people to go
sometimes the manager would by us lunch where he chose
Patrolled assigned areas on foot or in a vehicle to ensure personal, building, and equipment security. Examined doors, windows, and gates to determine that they are secure. Prepared routine, standardized reports.
Security Officer (Current Employee) – Sacramento, CA – September 25, 2012
Enjoyed protrolling the muesum and park forest, I was giving the opportunity to learn about each of the painting through out the Crocker Art Muesum. Everything that was thought to me will be forever remembered as time goes on and I will be coming bck with family and friends