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SIA Operative - Coventry

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  • Coventry
  • 09/02/2019
Part time

Job Description


**SIA Operative** Coventry

Pay Rate: £8.50 per hour

£9.00 per hour for supervisors

Stadium Group are looking for SIA licenced professionals to join our team in Coventry and the West Midlands.

You will be acting as our first contact with customers at the various events in Coventry and you will also have opportunities to work across the region and UK such as, Blackburn, Liverpool, Derby, Burnley, Aston Villa and other major events.

Join us today to receive competitive rates of pay, excellent training and transport provided to events free of charge.


As a SIA licence holder you will be responsible for:

* Conducting searches for all entering events
* Providing a first class level of customer service
* Patrolling relevant areas when necessary
* Acting as first point of contact in any suspicious situations
* Communicating effectively over radio with in-house team & clients

The successful candidate will have the following skills / experience:

* Previous experience at events is advantageous however training will be provided
* Ability to interact professionally with customers of all backgrounds
* Able to react calmly in high pressured situations

All work is offered on a casual basis giving you flexibility to work around your current commitments or an opportunity to make it a regular commitment.

Candidate Requirements

You must be the holder of a current **SIA Licence (Door Supervisor/Close Protection)** for this role.

If you have previously worked as an SIA Operative, Door Supervisor, Security Guard, Bouncer, Customer Service Security Host, SIA Event Support assistant, Close Protection Operative, or any other relatable role please apply today!
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