Secure24 actively recruits throughout the year, our campaign will usually see an intake of trainees every 3 months. We offer full and part time opportunities within the brand with competitive rates. If you would like to work within a dynamic and growing organisation please apply accordingly, take a look at our job board below and we look forward to hearing from you.
Secure Technician at Secure24. Mental Health, Health & Social Care, Security Focused.
A Secure Technician (ST) at Secure24, is a term used for describing the front line staff who provide a range of secure services within the mental health and health and social care sectors. Secure24 is a positive and energetic organisation, responding to a range of dynamic situations that requires professional application and commitment 24 hours a day.
We are looking for focused, compassionate, professional and motivated individuals to join our team. This role will be particularly suited to those with a keen interest in security, public services and care. The applicant will be a confident person who is capable of working under pressure testing circumstances over long hours. Experience in having dealt with challenging situations, specially managing challenging behaviour, is desirable but not essential.
Secure Technicians (ST) are trained to respond quickly to a variety of dynamic situations and support persons effected with mental illness or, behaviour that challenges. Briefly, duties will vary from dealing with children, young persons and adults at risk, to those with acute disorders and who present a high risk to themselves or others.
The role will see teams of 3 working from their specialist ambulances across the UK, successful applicants will be trained to drive ambulances as driving is a mandatory role requirement.
STs will face difficult challenges in their day to day roles, including dealing with emotionally distressed persons and those who are both verbally and physically aggressive. Therefore, an ST must be a confident and driven individual who can operate under extreme pressure with resilience, remain socially aware and, have a responsible attitude with the ability to assess situations and react quickly.
STs will be trained to understand and use force to gain control of volatile situations and, will also be required to wear a uniform which will at times include wearing a stab proof vest for protection. STs may also be required to lift or carry resistive or disabled persons they manage so a good level of fitness is necessary.Rewards: