Close Protection Specialist - London

Location: London, United Kingdom

Job description

Provide protective coverage for clients, as needed, when they travel domestically and abroad.
Perform at a high-level of logistical readiness, prepared to quickly respond to security challenges in a variable environment.
Conduct advanced surveys of physical locations.
Must be able to maintain physical readiness to respond to an attack or hazard at all times.
Maintain physical fitness to stand on your feet for several hours without a break, provide protective coverage during physically taxing activities including running, as well maintain long schedules in the field.

Residential Protective Coverage
Serve as primary center point for disseminating information regarding security-related incidents on the property, as well as in the field.
Coordinate contingency plans and emergency medical response for security incidents at the residence and in the field.
Implement security and access control procedures to ensure safety on the property.
Systemically monitor early-warning detection systems, security alarms, and cameras to identify and resolve security risks.
Control access to the properties by maintaining entry logs, as well as granting admittance to on-site guests.
Conduct security and threat assessment audits of the property and make recommendations for improvement security measures on-site.
Assist clients with low- to mid-level concerns, including but not limited to scheduling and property management to add convenience and bolster privacy.

Desired Skills and Experience

Required Qualifications
Must be within a 30-mile commutable distance from London.
Demonstrated exceptional results in a client-service role, such as CP.
Professional, mature, and positive communication style.
Previous experience managing logistics, advancing locations, secure transportation, as well as public appearances.
Ability to adapt to various work-paces while always maintaining a high-level of attentiveness and energy.
Exercises sound operational judgment, as well as flexibility to shifting priorities and challenges.
Drug and nicotine-free; associates are required to participate in ongoing drug and nicotine screenings for the duration of their employment at GDBA.
Physically fit; candidates must at least meet minimum physical requirements to be considered for this opening.
Must be able to pass our pre-employment background investigation.

Desired Qualifications
Previous estate security experience, including remote monitoring, access control, physical security, emergency response, as well as security protocol implementation.
Prior training in Emergency Medicine, defensive tactics and arresting techniques, and tactical firearms.
Previous military experience strongly preferred.

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