Security Officer Reviews
Q: What is it like working as a Security Officer?
Security Officer in Helena:
"Security and customer service."
Pros: I like serving the client and customers with the best care I can give them. It is my job to make sure they are secure in there work place. I enjoy the customers and employee's and I take pride in assuring there needs, safety, and customer service. Knowing this is accomplished gives me a good feeling of satisfaction.
Cons: IAt times it can be abit slow, however I find chores, cleaning or other to over come this.
Security Officer in Pittsburgh:
"Got a degree for a career not just a job."
Pros: Some of the people I work with are okay.
Cons: The pay isnt what im qualified to earn.
Security Officer in Naperville:
Pros: The opportunity to work with others.
Cons: Bad performances , not coming to work ,
Security Officer in Nashville:
Pros: The environment, people and off days.
Cons: No where to advance.
Security Officer in New York:
"I dont care to work as an security officer."
Pros: I mostly enjoyed the not having anyone looking over my shoulders.
Cons: I find it to be very lonely at times.
Security Officer in Vernal:
"Never A Dull Moment. Good Employers, Good Peers."
Pros: It's a good job for retired military people. We use many of the same skills we learned in the military: teamwork, attention to details, following directions, taking pride in our work, and keeping the customer satisfied. Variety of venues.
Cons: It's not so much a physical job as it is mentally taxing. It can be boring but it can also be very exciting.
Security Officer in Naples:
Pros: The things I do enjoy about my job are that I constantly see new people and the majority of the people I encounter on a daily basis are friendly and appreciative of what service is provided. I also enjoy that I have a good work/ life balance due to scheduling and that over time s readily available should it ever be needed or requested.
Cons: I often feel like the mgmt does not offer promotion potential for their employees or career advancement, and they treat their employees as "disposable" and are only running a warm body company forgetting all employees are State Licensed and did so on their own money. There have been times where mgmt will side with clients to keep a contract while tossing employees under the bus at a clients request, and discriminate against employees. Pay raises are non existent (even after 3 years) the mgmt offers reasons why they can not give you a increase that are contradictory. Some of those reasons include: We have to incorporate the AHCA (Obama Care) now, they also dismiss any reason to increase your pay even if you have not had a write up , yet promote those that have been written up multiple times. If they don't like you personally/ performance they will send you to the farthest post they have from your home to try and get you to quit instead of firing you so they don't have to pay unemployment.