Jason, a sporting event security usher, describes the challenges of his job, what he likes most, his key decisions, how difficult getting into the industry is, and work-life balance. He tells us that his work-life balance isn't bad because though he does have to work weekends, he's not required to work every game. He is able to not take a shift for a long period of time, and he would still be kept on their roster.
Security guards and gaming surveillance officers patrol and inspect property against fire, theft, vandalism, terrorism, and illegal activity. They monitor people and buildings in an effort to prevent crime.
Security guards and gaming surveillance officers typically do the following:
-Protect and enforce laws on an employer’s property
-Monitor alarms and closed-circuit TV cameras
-Control access for employees, visitors, and outside contractors
-Conduct security checks over a specified area
-Write comprehensive reports outlining what they observed while on patrol
-Interview witnesses for later court testimony
-Detain criminal violators
Medium amount of on-the-job training can be expected initially.
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