Merseyside Security recruitment agency listing
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Security in Merseyside
Covers: Nationwide | Contract, Part Time, Permanent, Temporary | Salaries £15k - £100k+
The Merseyside security industry is a varied field of work and covers areas such as risk management, retail, engineering, safety, fraud and corporate security. The security industry, and in particular private security, has seen growth over recent decades and this has increased the demand for diversely skilled candidates who can design, manufacture or sell security products / services. Merseyside security recruitment agencies will have the industry and geographical knowledge to supply effective security staffing solutions for clients in Liverpool, Wirral, Knowsley and the wider North West region.
Conditions for jobs within Merseyside security can vary, however working 50+ hours a week is not uncommon for many roles. Salaries will also differ depending on the security career a candidate chooses to enter. A CCTV security systems engineer based in Liverpool can expect to earn between £25K-£32K, whilst a loss prevention officer can expect a salary starting at £18K. Experience will usually lead to an increase in salary though, as a regional LP officer could eventually command a wage of £45K+ per annum. Other common job roles in the industry include supervisor, risk manager, security officer and installation engineer.
Merseyside security candidates will find the best job opportunities in Liverpool, although those willing to commute may also find chances to enter the industry in nearby Warrington and Manchester.
Academic qualifications are not usually expected of candidates entering the security sector but NVQs and degrees are available for more technical roles such as engineering or manufacturing. Systems staff for instance, may find a certificate in Knowledge of Electronic Security and Emergency Systems to be particularly useful. Personnel such as security guards and CCTV operatives will also require a license to work and this is supplied by the SIA. Merseyside security recruitment agencies will typically put candidates through skill and qualification tests to ensure that they adhere to industry standards and are suitable for their clients' permanent, temporary and contract security vacancies.