Excellent stepping stone to a career in law enforcement
Security Officer (Current Employee) – St. Catharines, ON – 12 September 2017
Working for Paladin is an excellent stepping stone to a career in law enforcement, however, the starting wage and availability for full time hours is very hard to live on. If you need experience and/or are just starting you career in security, if you can find a full time "site/patrol" position with paladin and don't mind being paid a little above minimum wage in exchange for good experience then this is definitely the job for you. seasoned and experienced individuals looking for security may not be interested with this employer.
Parking Enforcement Officer (Former Employee) – Edmonton, AB – 3 September 2017
Great place to learn to work with public and overcome stress.The management are great people and treat you with respect.I have learned to work with the public and navagate,also i learned to work with Police and that was the best part of my day.
customer service Officer (Former Employee) – Vancouver, BC – 28 August 2017
The job is not competitive and they basically recruit anybody who applies. as a conclusion, you never gonna move up with the company and can not make a career out of it. it is just a job with no future.
Security Guard (Current Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 20 August 2017
Notices their employees more and takes steps to show that. Access to more advancement in other positions through the company. The hardest part of my job is keeping the patience for people that lose their vehicles in the parking lot. Since this happens every day. The most enjoyable part of the job is riding my bicycle outside and in the parking lot. I learned to be consistent through this job. And to always be professional towards patrons, and also during evictions, but at the same time making my point clear to the individual I am evicting.
Noticed by the company more and sometimes bonues
We handle a lot more outside our scope of practice sometimes
SECURITY OFFICER (Current Employee) – Burnaby, BC – 14 August 2017
A typical day is to report 15 minutes before your time as your post requires a bit of a walk. Patient watch requires patience and keen eye for detail plus a caring attitude as most patients are in pain both physically and mentally. The need to record in details on the activity log sheet the activities of the patient can assist /give the nurse in-charge a different set of eyes in looking at the patient. Access control and asset protection are two activities that needed much attention as you are dealing with environment and members of the community. The most enjoyable part of the job is that you meet a lot of interesting people.