If you are seeking a job where you have important responsibilities, this one is for you! As a security guard in the industrial sector, you will play a key role in ensuring the safety of workers for some of the biggest brands out there!
We provide people with growth opportunities. 30% of our frontline employees are promoted to become part of our operation teams.
Despite the challenges over the last year, we’re growing our ranks in Rocanville now more than ever! With our wide variety of contracts, we have a position that will accommodate your needs and help you reach your goals.
What's in it for you?
We offer competitive wages & comprehensive health benefits
Opportunities to grow alongside GardaWorld
Continuing education through GardaWorld Campus
What does a Security Guard in Rocanville do?
Manage access cards through the computer system
Routine interior and exterior patrols
Answer telephone, transfer calls, use paging system
Complete weekly Fire Alarm Testing
Complete weekly inventories and unit checks
Monitor access gates and parking lots
Greet customers and register visitors as needed
Act as a first responder in the event of a crisis or emergency
Assist OHN and Mine Rescue Teams
Assess patients and treat as needed
Qualifications and skills
Hold a valid security guard license in Saskatchewan
First Aid Level C with AED
Available to work flexible hours
Have a clear criminal background
Be eligible to work in Canada
Steel toe boots
Medical First Responder Certificate
Start your career journey with GardaWorld today! Apply online or get in touch with Brooke Wilgosh at Brooke.email@example.com or Laura Duchek firstname.lastname@example.org
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