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Do you have to be an actual security officer or Would being a former correctional officer be suitable for applying?
Your prior experience only really affects your starting pay. I had no experience in security and got paid $9/hour. The guy I did orientation with worked as a security guard for a few months at a different location and they started him at $10.50. From what I remember of the hiring process, it seemed like they just needed bodies. The "interview questions" were almost all questions covered in the application or availability questions.
When hired upon, are schedules "set" at same location? Is this a secured 40+ hours work week? Is there advancement with this company?
Posts and schedules are typically set by seniority. At my branch if you want hours from the start, you can inquire about a flex position. Be available for what ever is offered. Be motivated and enthusiastic. Professionalism and flexibility will take you far. Area Supervisors can be found standing posts.
What is the interview process like? Very intimidating, pretty easy going? Can someone describe it to me please.
The interview process to me was easy and smooth, more like the hr talked about the job more ans asked various questions.
Well if you are told you have been hired as customer service through securitas. what exactly are your duties ?
Greeting people answering phones use of computers working closely with others
What is a typical day like? I'm applying for an entry level security desk position while in college. How stressful can the job get because I hate jobs that are too fast paced? Does management care if you're on your phone studying during a slow period?
The site I work at, is very busy! At the end of the day I feel more like a Human Resources manager then anything else