CSR/960/13 - Security Guard
HM Revenue and Customs 3.837 reviews - Worthing

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Some of HMRC Terms and Conditions of employment changed on 1st May 2013. The changed terms and conditions will apply to people who are new recruits to HMRC or who take a new job in HMRC on promotion. The document attached to this advertisement provides more information. If you need to discuss how these changes might affect you, please contact the vacancy holder - Michelle Scott - Tel: 03000 561411.

Estates & Support Services (ESS) provide Manned Guarding Services to HMRC properties throughout England, Wales, Scotland and Northern Ireland.

The core function
The core function of the service is to protect HMRC’s buildings, information and people.

Duties of the job

The main duties carried out by guards are:
• preventing unauthorised persons and vehicles from accessing sites/buildings
• site patrols, internal and external
• monitoring and responding to CCTV systems
• monitoring and responding to intruder detection systems
• monitoring and responding to fire alarms
• incident control duties, including liaison with the Incident Control Officer and the emergency services and incident control duties
• other tasks that directly contribute to the maintenance of security and the prevention of a security breach, as required by the specific nature of individual sites and the security facilities installed there

Competence 1

Core - Changing and Improving

Competence 2

Core - Making Effective Decisions

Competence 3

Core - Collaborating and Partnering

Competence 4

Core - Leading and Communicating

Competence details

Changing & Improving:
Respond effectively to emergencies; Co-operate with and be open to the possibilities of change and consider ways to implement and adapt to change in own work role; learn new procedures and help colleagues to do the same; review working practices and come up with ideas to improve the way things are done

Making Effective Decisions:
Think through the implications of your own decisions before confirming how to approach a problem/issue; Investigate and respond to gaps, errors and irregularities in information; make and record effective decisions following the appropriate decision making guidance; speak up to clarify decisions and query these constructively

Collaborating & Partnering:
Proactively contribute to the work of the whole team; try to see issues from others' perspectives and check understanding; get to know fell team members and understand their viewpoints and preferences; listen to the views of others and show sensitivity towards others

Leading & Communicating:
Act in a fair and respectful way in dealing with others; ask open questions to appreciate others' point of view; put forward their own ideas in a clear and constructive manner, choosing an appropriate communication method

Working Pattern

This post is full time however those applicants who do or wish to work an alternative working pattern - are welcome to apply. The preferred working pattern may or may not be available. You should discuss this with the vacancy holder.

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