Stambridge Security Services has no specific preconditions when it comes to our selection process. Experience with the armed forces, police or fire service, or previous security service, is an advantage but is not essential.
You must be over 18 and hold a Security Industry Authority (SIA) licence to work as a door supervisor in England or Wales. In addition, you must pass identity and criminal record checks.
Stambridge Security provides stewarding services at many events and venues across the UK. Stewards do not need an SIA badge but NVQ Level 2 training would be beneficial and is sometimes required.
We expect all staff to uphold high standards whilst working on an assignment. On or off duty, act in a professional, polite and helpful manner, following guidelines on dress code and standards of behaviour.
The Transfer of Undertakings (Protection of Employment) Regulations 2006, known as TUPE (pronounced tu-pee), is the United Kingdom’s implementation of the European Union Business Transfers Directive.
Stambridge Security provides security and stewarding services at many events and venues across the UK. For our larger events and busier periods, we welcome other reputable organisations to partner with us in the provision of our services.
Stambridge group is actively making a difference in the lives of disadvantaged people through a number of avenues.
247 Sutton Rd, Southend-on-Sea, SS2 5PE