Security Officer (Current Employee) – Brooklyn, NY – August 28, 2016
Summit Security services is a decent company to work for. There's always something available work wise. If there's a site that isnt for you then you can always call your site manager and have them send you to another location. the people are easy going and easy to work with.
most sites you have to depend on someone relieving you on time.
Security Officer (Former Employee) – New York, NY – August 3, 2016
Summit was my introduction into the work field. Straight out of high school i got a job with this company. Even though the pay wasn't good initially, i worked towards my advancement. Maybe it wasn't the company but the location, thats the way security works. i started out making $8.65 an hour and by the time i left, i was making $17 an hour. The Company made me wave my union rights to go to that location, so there was no medical no dental or any benefits at all. There was also no advancement opportunity, i was there 10 years and besides a yearly raise i never received any consideration for anything else.
Security Officer/Receptionist (Current Employee) – VA Nursing Home Montrose ,NY – July 5, 2016
A typical day at the VA nursing home frequent visitors. I have learned how to check in visitors. management as long as you do not have confrontation you are good. some are cut throats the hardest part of the job is trying to keep a positive attitude regarding the company and the way things are done. the best part is talking to the Veterans and the war stories.
Tour Supervisor (Current Employee) – Bayonne, NJ – April 27, 2016
I enjoy working with people. Enjoy learning new things. My goal is to strive as high as i can go in life. A organization in which i can grow and progress in. The hardest part of my job is all the many different personalities i deal with. The most enjoyable part is learning new tactics. Being able to help others during a difficult situation. Being in management has taught me a great deal and I'm still learning everyday. Good company so far
Operations Manager/ Account Manager (Former Employee) – Roseville, CA – April 25, 2016
During my stay at Summit Security, I served as the Field Operations Manager and Client Services Manager. I was in charge of over 500 employees and required to meet with clients on a daily basis. The management team at Summit was phenomenal, as we never missed a beat with fulfilling requests from customers and always interacted with our employees. The management team at Summit was the best, as there was always close communication. There was never a hard part of the job, as you were always busy doing something. I enjoyed working with everyone in the Summit Security family, including the clients.
Security Guard/Receptionist (Current Employee) – New York, NY – April 11, 2016
I work in an office building. On a typical day, I am responsible for admitting visitors into the building and I monitor security cameras. I have learned to interact with people on a professional level and to multitask. The hardest part of my job is that it is quite stationary. The most enjoyable part of my job is the constant interaction with building staff and visitors.
A typical day at work consist of securing Airplanes, I learned what it takes to secure an airplane, management and co-workers were very helpful, the hardest part of the job was standing a lot in the cold weather, the most enjoyable part of the job was meeting and greeting the airplane passengers,
Security Officer (Former Employee) – Uniondale, NY – May 26, 2016
the job was pretty cool at first honestly thought i would be there until i retired but the site i was dealing with the company was at the mnr sites (i was working at Crotion Harmon yard).....i littelly have nothing wrong to say about summit security they help me out in every way shape in form
Receptionist (Former Employee) – New York, NY – April 26, 2016
I enjoyed the employees and the visitors. Working as a receptionist taught me how to multitask the correct way. I love helping people, and as a receptionist, I had the pleasure of doing that and enjoyed it for the WHOLE 8 hours a day. If I hadn't moved down to Florida, I would still be there..
Security Guard (Current Employee) – Manhattan, NY – May 17, 2016
The sites given at this company is good for your resume, but the pay isn't good and they never pay what they tell you they will pay for the site. Its awesome to gain experience for your resume and that's all
Concierge/Security (Former Employee) – New York, NY – February 8, 2016
I had an incredible opportunity working with some of the best in the concierge field. The location of the jobsite was incredible, from the amazing team I had the privilege working with to the amazing building patrons that kept me up and running day in and day out.
Security Guard (Former Employee) – Bronx, NY – March 26, 2016
This company was good only bad thing was the dispatchers they were rude. Other then that i would like to go back to my previous position in NYC. My managers loved me and they always had my back. Growth was another issue...
security officer (Former Employee) – Queens, NY – November 22, 2015
one of the best companies ive worked for ever. I only require the way it end and I would recommend anyone to them. a typical day would start at 4am to 12 or 12 to 7pm. childish coworkers and decent management
was fired for a non violence crime that was later dismissed
Working in one of the busyest Airport is interesting and chalanging
Security Officer (Former Employee) – JFK int Airport NY – June 20, 2016
As a security officer, I have worked with Summit Security Services for eight years at JFK International Airport. Working SOC monitoring all gate areas and AOA areas. If there is any door breach call for security officer to concerned area and I kept watch in that area to see if any unauthorized person is in that area until the area is searched and secured. Coordinated with Airline corporate security and PAPD. Did the logbook.Holding a valid NY driver’s license, escorted construction vehicles in and out of construction areas, runway and patrolled around terminal moving traffic. I have had to challenge suspicious people, requesting their badges and asking what their business is in a particular area.Follow those who breach security until police or other security personnel arrive to apprehend them. Monitor passenger flow through screening checkpoints to ensure order and efficiency. Close entry areas following security breaches or reopen areas after receiving notification that the airport is secure. Check passengers’ tickets to ensure that they are valid, and to determine whether passengers have designations that require special handling, such as providing photo identifications.