What distinguishes Crimson Security Service from other security services can be summed up in one word: People. Providing exceptional service means hiring the best possible candidate for the position. That is why we invest so much time and effort into attracting, qualifying, training and retaining employees who meet our strict standards. Our commitment to employee performance allows us to achieve lower turnover, less absenteeism and a higher degree of overall customer satisfaction. As a Crimson Security Service employee, you will become the most important element in our company.
Feel free to submit your contact information and resume. If there are no current job openings we will keep your information on file and review it as positions come available. We are always seeking part-time event staff. Follow us on social media for up-to-date employment opportunities.
Security Officer I – Unarmed Security Officer
Security Officer II – Armed Security Officer
Part-time/Event – Less than 30 hours a week. Events mostly on weekends and nights.
Full-time – 30 hours or more a week.
High School Diploma or education equivalent
Valid Tennessee Driver's License
Current Tennessee Unarmed or Armed Guard License
Certification for Baton, Defense Sprays, Tasers, and Handcuffs/Restraining Devices
No criminal record (Background check and drug screen will be administered)
Must be physically able to perform essential physical functions of the job
Previous experience in security work is required (experience in Military and/or Law Enforcement is highly preferred)
Be of good morals and integrity
Stable work history
Bi-lingual and/or multi-lingual (preferred)
A.P.P.S. Trained (preferred)
Ability to do the following tasks to acceptable standards
Learn and apply new information.
Communicate effectively, verbally, in writing, and interpersonally.
Work effectively as an individual and team member.
Interact and work with others appropriately and effectively in a work place and community of diverse cultures, ages, genders, and socioeconomic backgrounds.
Assert self appropriately.
Accept responsibility, acknowledge mistakes, and share successes.
Comply with laws, rules, regulations, and procedures.
Maintain composure and perform effectively in stressful situations.
Exercise good judgment.
Solve problems with innovation and creativity, including alternatives which involve taking risks.
Provide effective and efficient services with courtesy, responsiveness, and competence.
Ability to adapt to change and changes in work conditions, and work in an environment of growth and innovation.