As a former level 3, armed security officer. I worked anywhere from 4hr shifts to 13hr shifts. Field Supervisors are on call 24/7 and usually work that! I worked 21hrs on the 4th of July because so many guards called off.
99% of the time, yes. Once you're in orientation they are already working on where to place you. The only way you don't get hired after going through orientaiton is not passing the level 2 non com officer exam.
U apply online. If u don't say u are will to work an open schedule, then u can't be hired. If u do say that u will work an open schedule then step one is done. Next u go to the office, site in class so they can train u on getting ur non com security license, which mean they put u in a room with a projector play some movies answer a quick test, and pass a basic background check that they run while u watch the movies u got a job. Scheduling will call u in to talk to u about where u can go. Get u a uniform and that's it. But remember that thing about open schedule, if for any reason u can no longer work an open schedule HR will be quick to remind u about it, and if u still can't she will send a request to fire u up the chain quick for "lying on ur application"
If you were in charge, what would you do to make Champion National Security, Inc. a better place to work?
Make everyone feel like family. Be more professional.
Both but if you ever fire your weapon expect to be fired and blacklisted since its common practice in Texas that all level 3 security officer never even touch their weapons and allow yourself and others to be mugged in the safest way possible, or else.
It's the employee's responsibility to be at work 15 minutes prior to start of shift to receive "pass down" (their term for briefing), according to the employee manual. Enforced only if they don't like you. For those they like, being a few minutes late is ok, and the outgoing shift has to stay over on their own time without pay to make up for it.
How long does it take to get hired from start to finish at Champion National Security, Inc.? What are the steps along the way?
Step one: Phone Interview and questions are asked based on your interests of a specific role.
Step two: you meet in person ( depends on the account manager or hiring manager)
Step three: background check and orientation paperwork is completed and step four is the completion of the hiring process and training begins depending on what available day of the week you're able to start. At least thats what it was like for me.