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.
No. There is no guarantee on hours or locations. They will give you a "set schedule" and then change it to whatever they want once you are in. They will reassign you without notice or letting you know why. Zero corrective criticism to help performance. There is only advancement if you are a branch favorite.
Yes, scheduled are set as well as your uniforms. There is advancement within the company
Answered - Site Supervisor (Former Employee) - Jersey City, NJ
YES! They are normally set unless you do not meet the post requirements you will be moved to a different location
Answered - Security Officer (Full-time) (Former Employee) - Phoenix, AZ
Yes it is 40 plus hours and upper mobility depends on you as an individual.
Answered - Receptionist (Current Employee) - Charlotte, NC
Not at all.
Answered - Security Guard (Former Employee) - Sacramento, CA
No advancement unless youre friends or family with a higher up. alot of hours available. My shift supervisors were the best, but the other shift supervisors were completely unprofessional .
Answered - Patrol Security Officer (Former Employee) - Fontana, CA
Yes to all three questions
Answered - Security Officer (Full-time) (Current Employee) - Washington/Metro, DC
You always have opportunity for overtime. But you can just keep you 40 hour work week as well.
Answered - Security Officer (Current Employee) - Seabrook, TX
God place to work great benefits, great people to work with. Other than that communication between management, supervision and employees is non existent
Answered - Security Officer (Former Employee) - New York, NY