Security Supervisor - Derby




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NVC Security Ltd

NVC Security Ltd


DE22 4NB

Working mainly night shifts on a rolling 4 on 4 off roster with an average 52 hours per week. (Day shifts may be required)

We are looking to recruit a mobile response driver to carry out a number of duties. Experience in the security sector is essential.

As part of the mobile team, you will be provided with full uniform, mobile phone and one of our Mobile Response vehicles whilst on duty.

To be considered for this position you must hold a valid frontline SIA Licence and full clean UK car driving licence (manual) for atl east 5 years.

Your role will be part of the response team based from our Derby office, to carry out lock and unlock duties, security patrols, alarm response and basic reports via mobile applications and devices.

Your duties will include:

Carry out time conscious locks & unlocks.

Respond to alarm activations.

Respond to staff missed check calls.

Carry out internal and external patrols.

Carry out void property inspections.

To liaise with emergency services when required.

Write full detailed reports of all events via mobile/ tablet application.

To keep a comprehensive log of all planned and ad-hoc activities.


Safe keeping of clients’ keys & information

Drive safely and in accordance with road traffic regulations

Responsible for maintaining the upkeep of the patrol vehicle whilst on duty

The ideal candidate will:

Hold a current SIA Front line Licence.

Hold a full UK Manual Driving Licence for atleast 5 years.

Communication skills to a high level in English both written and spoken.

Ability to use mobile applications and mobile devices.

Have the right to work full time in the UK.

5-year check-able work history (Vetting to BS7858 standard)

Be local, or within short distance of Derby.

Be reliable, punctual and flexible.

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