Security Officer (Current Employee), Oxfordshire – December 29, 2012
Pros: experience and confidence
Cons: long hours
A typical day at work starts with checking the EAS's are working correctly, checking the ATM's have not been fiddled with. after that i do what is called a product protection this is checking that all high value itoms are taged and secure. Ithen do what is called a seal check which is checking the fire doors are sealed and secure. The hardist part of – more... my job is the fun part dealing with both very nice cutomers and not so nice one. When you get a detain it is a fealing that can not be described. – less
Base Interior Designer (Current Employee), Tinker AFB, Ok – April 23, 2014
Pros: flexible lunch schedule.
Cons: continually changing af requirements and forms.
Review emails, respond to requests for information. Provide project reviews and research for new projects and renovations. Select best products for applications and budgets, help users made selections. End of year budget schedule is stressfull because everyone needs to have their projects submitted at once. I enjoy working with people and helping them – more... get their project completed. – less
Therapeutic Staff Support (Current Employee), Hazleton,PA – January 7, 2014
Pros: paid lunch
Cons: having to do paperwork and not be compenstated for the time at home
working one on one with children having behavioral episodes. Providing verbal and physical interventions as needed and using positive reinforcement to assist clients in achieving their behavioral goals.
Productive and very important work with extended irregular hours
Radar Field Engineer (Former Employee), Melbourne, Florida – July 27, 2013
-Performed Operations & Maintenance (O&M) of a Surveillance Radar -Analyzed radar data using RS3 computer to improve radar coverage area -Performed O&M on 2.4m C-Band Flyaway Satellite System and associated ancillary equipment -Performed O&M on power generation equipment
Therapeutic Staff Support (Current Employee), Philadelphia, PA – April 10, 2012
A typical day at work would start off greeting the individual in school at the start of the session. TSS will then engage the individual in daily conversation to see what kind of mood the individual is in. TSS will assist the individual in class if help is needed or if there is a behavioral issue. If there is a behavioral issue, TSS will redirect the – more... individual back to appropriate behavior. TSS will model behavior for the individual to follow. TSS will praise individual for following directions and doing things appropriately. TSS will counsel individual if they are stressed or simply having a bad day.
The hardest part of the job is building a rapport with the client so that they are able to trust you and your judgement. Once a rapport is built it becomes easier to direct the client, engage the client, and motivate the client.
The most enjoyable part of the job is seeing the individual become independent or closer to reaching their goals. – less
Head of security in many night clubs, some (Current Employee), London – June 23, 2014
Pros: interacting with all sorts of people can be very interesting.
Cons: can be dangerous.
• Liaising with management in order to organise the appropriate amount of security depending on the event. • Organising security positioning in order to ensure public safety. • Teaching fire procedures. • Liaising with area managers and other security companies to find ways of making improvements.