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Savysec security services has been trading since 2008. We have gained huge success in this time and benefit for a regular bulk of contract security work to fulfil each week. We are a medium-sized company and as such benefit from many benefits shared by both larger companies (stability) and smaller firms (we will never forget your name). We are great people to work for. Please have a look at this full form before committing your details as we would not want to waste your time if what we have does not suit your needs.

Currently we are seeking SIA Door Supervisors and Head Doormen as well as a small percentage of security guards. We have some fantastic events, as well as a reputable portfolio of nightclub and pub door work. A mix of 80% weekend work and 20% weekday work. This can increase depending on your ability, availability and client feedback - as well as year round demand. We also provide regular over-night on-site guarding to our film and TV clients, as well as a list of property companies.

We cover London, Kent and Surrey with occasional work outside these areas. We do not expect every security to be able to cover all areas. Being able to travel is a benefit to both the company and the security as there is a wider scope of work. All works and rates would be discussed prior to the confirmation of a job being taken on.

Our rates of pay are rarely fixed and mostly depend on the task you are fulfilling, its location and role. As standard, we pay monthly (8th of every month for the month previous)

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