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Started by Job Hunter, January 11, 2013, 06:57:42 pm

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January 11, 2013, 06:57:42 pm Last Edit: October 25, 2019, 05:28:06 pm by Job Hunter Reason: 2020


CV Example for Security Guard / Officer

Use this example CV for free after amending it as suitable.

Name

1 Any Road, Anytown AN1 1CV
Telephone: 01234 567 890
Email: anyaddress at example.com

PROFESSIONAL PROFILE

I am a qualified security guard with a wealth of experience and knowledge of door management and operations.  Having worked in many different sectors from Office; Supermarket; Airport Security as well as Nightclub door management has given me valuable experience in various organisations, carrying out different methods in Security. With a good, friendly outlook, I am able to relate to the public well and build up a good rapport, dealing with and recognising situations, taking action before they escalate into something more serious.    I am confident, highly motivated and as a professional, I am well presented and take pride in my work.  I work well on my own and enjoy being part of a good team who are able to work well together.

Seeking a new and challenging role with a high profile security agency that will enable me to continue in a career I enjoy and take pride in.

KEY SKILLS & EXPERTISE

-    Experienced in effective crown control strategies at events all over the country
-    Excellent communication skills within a team and with the general public
-    Enjoy contributing to public safety
-    Able to work instinctively with good initiative
-    Qualified First Aider
-    Willingness to continue my training and development

CAREER SUMMARY

Date - Present:        Security Guard                                              Company Name
Key Responsibilities:

-    Responsible for the security of staff and public
-    Experienced in ID checking
-    Prevented incidents before they escalated
-    Patrolling premises carrying out security checks
-    Checking cameras, writing reports of evidence to be used by the police and courts

Date - Present:        Security Guard                                              Company Name
Key Responsibilities:

-    Working with CCTV systems, in-store and surrounding areas
-    Liaising with police and helping them with incident reporting
-    Working in shift patterns to ensure 24hour security coverage
-    Searching of customers bags and handling any reported incidents in a professional manner

EDUCATION AND QUALIFICATIONS

Date:            SIA Door Supervisors Training Course
6 A Levels:        Including: Mathematics; English; French

PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT

-    Understanding of and responsibility towards public safety
-    Knowledge of effective crowd control and resolving conflict
-    Qualified First Aider
-    Commitment to working well as a team
-    SIA Licensed
-    Level 2 - Providing Security Services

FURTHER SKILLS

-    Fire Safety Training
-    Drugs Awareness Training

INTERESTS AND ACTIVITIES

Currently include:    Walking, Cycling, Cooking, Arts & Crafts

REFERENCES ARE AVAILABLE ON REQUEST 



Good luck.

yemi


Paul23

I was just wondering whether anyone included their GCSE results on a CV any more? Obviously I could see that it would be important if they were your only qualifications, but if you have A-levels or NVQ's or you have higher education qualifications such as a degree or higher or professional qualifications is it worth mentioning the GCSE's? What does everyone else do?

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