Opportunities Available

Date: August 2013
Metro Protective Services is hiring licensed security guards to who are available to work eveninings, overnights and weekends. Must have a valid security license. MUST HAVE A VALID DRIVERS LICENSE AND VEHICLE. Excellent customer service, communication and multi-tasking skills are essential. You must be able to work alone or in a team environment. Again secuirty guard licence AND drivers license is a must as there are immediate openings for various shifts. Fixed shifts available…MUST BE RELIABLE Must be ABLE TO WORK NIGHTS AND WEEKENDS. Please email or fax your resume
Contact jobs@metroprotective.ca



Metro Protective is looking for exceptional individuals who are able to exercise leadership by applying the character qualities of honesty, mutual respect, trust, loyalty, openness and professionalism in all working relationships.

These individuals should possess excellent customer service and communication skills, demonstrate a willingness to assist in problem solving and be an enthusiastic team player.

We are very selective, however the interview process is very thorough and includes a complete background check and possible drug screening.

We are an equal opportunity employer. We offer a good starting salary, incentive bonus as and medical coverage.

Required Qualifications

No criminal background
Minimum age requirement – 18 years of age
Must be bondable and capable of being licensed as a Security Guard and/or Private Investigator under Private Investigator and Security Officer Act
Combination of a minimum of six months current commercial security and/or policing and/or armed forces experience and/or enrollment in and/or completion of formal or alternative Law and Security training and/or related law enforcement training
Desirable Qualifications

Willing work shift work, weekends & holidays
Drivers License and vehicle
Valid First Aid and/or CPR
Canadian General Standards Board (CGSB) Basic 40-hour Officer and /or Supervisory Training
WHIMIS training
Do you have what it takes?