Nothing to fear you'll get hired dear lol.... 2-3 interview questions and your hired. "Are you open to working 2nd and 3rd shift" yes... "what are your one of your biggest strenghts" my answer " always being reliable and giving a helping hand to everyone whether it's an elderly, a family or friend" ....interviewer "ok great can you stand against the white wall while I take your photo and in 1hr you'll receive an email from me on where to take your drug test" once I receive your test results I'll send you to do your 2nd interview with the HR manager then to do fingerprinting and badging at ohare Airport.
Just do the best you can.
Answered - Second Shift Supervisor & Security Guard (Former Employee) - Wilmington, DE
Don't worry about it. They hire anyone anyway.
Be on time, dress nice, sit properly and ask questions. Know the job and company before going in.
Be yourself and ask a lot of questions dress nice if hired Beyond Time and work hard
Answered - Security Guard (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
Clean background, clean-shaven. Prior military desired
Answered - Licensed Hospital Security Officer (Former Employee) - Colorado Springs, CO
Show up to your interview looking clean and presentable. Be respectful.
Answered - Security Supervisor (Former Employee) - Indianapolis, IN
They will hire anyone the turn over rate here is high. If you want to work keep the mind set when you get hired that you want to work. Hope for the best as well as hoping that your assigned to a post that you like. Learn from everywere that you maybe assigned to. It helps when building up your resume on all the task a post may have you do as skills you learned and can use in the future.
Answered - Security Guard (Current Employee) - Albuquerque, NM
Come in a business atire, no jeans, sneakers or hoodies.
Answered - Licensed Security Guard/Site Supervisor (Current Employee) - New York, NY
Stay calm and relaxed and tell the truth.
Answered - Armed Security Guard, Boeing Plant (Current Employee) - North Charleston, SC