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    I have just started a website that is designed to be a resource to help both job seekers and companies with security employment. Job seekers can upload resumes and search jobs for free. Companies can currently post job ads for free as well. This is specifically for the security industry. Everyone please check it out! The site is:

    www.securityemploymentservices.com
    Find local security jobs at www.securityemploymentservices.com

  • #2
    I don't know who runs this website, but it is full of glaring spelling errors. I'm half tempted to find out.

    ... They're using a private whois company, which makes them unfindable...

    Based on its awful design, inattention to spelling errors, and lack of owner accountability, I do not recommend giving out personal information to this site.
    Some Kind of Commando Leader

    "Every time I see another crazy Florida post, I'm glad I don't work there." ~ Minneapolis Security on Florida Security Law

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    • #3
      Originally posted by N. A. Corbier
      I don't know who runs this website, but it is full of glaring spelling errors. I'm half tempted to find out.

      ... They're using a private whois company, which makes them unfindable...

      Based on its awful design, inattention to spelling errors, and lack of owner accountability, I do not recommend giving out personal information to this site.

      Actually you do not have to give any personal information to use the site. The only thing needed is a valid e-mail address to search or post jobs. This is a new site and still being upgraded, if you find any spelling errors please let me know so I can correct them. I am not the best at st web design but I am learning as I go along. I know things are not perfect but I really am trying to do something good here. I know about the difficulties of security recruitment and finding quality jobs.
      Find local security jobs at www.securityemploymentservices.com

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      • #4
        Thanks for the effort.

        I noticed one things that should be changed. On the Seurity Officer's Page you have the following statement: Security officers both contracted and in-house are recruited
        from a pool of officers certified by BSIS within the State of
        California. In other states the same or similar certifications
        take place.

        In Quebec & probably other areas in-house people do not always have to be certified (yet!).
        I enforce rules and regulations, not laws.
        Security Officers. The 1st First Responders.

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        • #5
          Originally posted by HotelSecurity
          Thanks for the effort.

          I noticed one things that should be changed. On the Seurity Officer's Page you have the following statement: Security officers both contracted and in-house are recruited
          from a pool of officers certified by BSIS within the State of
          California. In other states the same or similar certifications
          take place.

          In Quebec & probably other areas in-house people do not always have to be certified (yet!).
          Thanks for the reply! I know many in-house security employees do not need to be certified. That is something that I should defenitely change. The Officer Page is still a work in progress because I have been focusing mainly on the other sections. I appreciate all the help I can get!
          Find local security jobs at www.securityemploymentservices.com

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          • #6
            The biggest thing you can do to inspire confidence is put a real point of contact page, listing who has control of the resumes. People are weird, they put everything from SSNs to phone numbers to home addresses on their resume.

            As far as spelling mistakes... I'm sure people can send you instances where words are misspelled. My company does copywriting for twenty-five cents per word, one hundred word minimum per page.

            Since your sticking around, and don't appear to be a one post spammer, welcome aboard. I would suggest doing a bit of research into how other states license their employees, especially since your advertising services. Unless your business has advertising injury on their policy, any "false advertising" or "injury resulting from false or negligent advertising" claims will be out of pocket.

            Claiming that other states have similiar programs to BSIS is bad mojo. The only thing you need to be a security person in Wisconsin is 95 dollars and no security related convictions. They don't care about non-security related convictions. And state law says you can't either. Its discrimination.
            Some Kind of Commando Leader

            "Every time I see another crazy Florida post, I'm glad I don't work there." ~ Minneapolis Security on Florida Security Law

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            • #7
              Originally posted by N. A. Corbier
              The biggest thing you can do to inspire confidence is put a real point of contact page, listing who has control of the resumes. People are weird, they put everything from SSNs to phone numbers to home addresses on their resume.

              As far as spelling mistakes... I'm sure people can send you instances where words are misspelled. My company does copywriting for twenty-five cents per word, one hundred word minimum per page.

              Since your sticking around, and don't appear to be a one post spammer, welcome aboard. I would suggest doing a bit of research into how other states license their employees, especially since your advertising services. Unless your business has advertising injury on their policy, any "false advertising" or "injury resulting from false or negligent advertising" claims will be out of pocket.

              Claiming that other states have similiar programs to BSIS is bad mojo. The only thing you need to be a security person in Wisconsin is 95 dollars and no security related convictions. They don't care about non-security related convictions. And state law says you can't either. Its discrimination.
              No, I am not a spammer. I am a real Security Director. This is just a side business I have started with another Security Operations Manager to hopefully help the industry. He is doing most of the web design but I am trying to learn as well. That is why I appreciate all the help and advice we can get. Thank you!
              Find local security jobs at www.securityemploymentservices.com

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              • #8
                Good Idea

                I hope that you will post some security positions in the Connecticut area. It would be nice to see some in-house security jobs.
                Security: Freedom from fear; danger; safe; a feeling of well-being. (Webster's)

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                • #9
                  I have been in contact with employers in that area. So far none of them have posted. Hopefully soon!
                  Find local security jobs at www.securityemploymentservices.com

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                  • #10
                    The site has been coming along very well. We have hundreds of security job seekers logged in and searching the site for employment. I encourage everyone to check it out especially if you are looking for security work or a way to advertise your business or job openings. We have free banners and links available, just contact me. Thanks again for all of your feedback!
                    Find local security jobs at www.securityemploymentservices.com

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                    • #11
                      Originally posted by SD Security
                      I have been in contact with employers in that area. So far none of them have posted. Hopefully soon!
                      I'll look forward to it.
                      Security: Freedom from fear; danger; safe; a feeling of well-being. (Webster's)

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                      • #12
                        former security office

                        okay i signed up with your site for security jobs.
                        i havelike tried everything to get a job in security
                        since 2003.so its been almost 3 years.
                        I applied every time i saw openings at a security
                        company.I just do not know why i can not get
                        job.before it was like walk in apply and they would send you to work before you could get your clothes changed.now its just not even an invite or interview.

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                        • #13
                          Originally posted by bluecardholderillinois
                          okay i signed up with your site for security jobs.
                          i havelike tried everything to get a job in security
                          since 2003.so its been almost 3 years.
                          I applied every time i saw openings at a security
                          company.I just do not know why i can not get
                          job.before it was like walk in apply and they would send you to work before you could get your clothes changed.now its just not even an invite or interview.
                          Your poor grammar, spelling, and punctuation might have something to do with it.

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                          • #14
                            Originally posted by histfan71
                            Your poor grammar, spelling, and punctuation might have something to do with it.
                            Having seen some of the letters from companies in the Greater Chicagoland area, I'm afraid that the HR directors usually don't have better spelling or grammar. Seriously.
                            Some Kind of Commando Leader

                            "Every time I see another crazy Florida post, I'm glad I don't work there." ~ Minneapolis Security on Florida Security Law

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                            • #15
                              Originally posted by N. A. Corbier
                              Having seen some of the letters from companies in the Greater Chicagoland area, I'm afraid that the HR directors usually don't have better spelling or grammar. Seriously.
                              Perhaps. Still, inserting the word "like" in every other sentence can drive any HR person crazy.
                              Security: Freedom from fear; danger; safe; a feeling of well-being. (Webster's)

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