Full-time Commissioned Uniformed Security in Hawkins, TX

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Full-time Commissioned Uniformed Security in Hawkins, TX

Postby AdioSS » Sat Oct 15, 2011 12:49 am

My employers are looking for a few more armed guards. Here is the info from the add that was posted to Craigslist: http://easttexas.craigslist.org/sec/2617988467.html

Anover Inc. has immediate openings for armed Uniformed Security Guards in our Hawkins, Texas facility.

Looking for tall in shape males. X Police Officers or Military Preferred, but not required.

Anover Inc. offers a competitive wage, uniforms, paid training, dependent on background and experience.

Requirements

* Must be at least 21 years old, mature.
* Possess a valid driver's license.
* Good driving record.
* be able to obtain a firearms permit.
* Pass drug screen and Criminal background check.
* No Felony conviction Criminal record or certain Misdemeanor Offenses in the last 10 years.
* Must be able to read, write and understand English,
* Must have good communications skills to be able to effectively communicate and work effectively with clients, one's partner, Supervisors and Anover Inc. personnel.

If you are ready to start a rewarding career with Anover Inc. please send Resume and recent photograph, and any other information for consideration.

Location: Hawkins, TEXAS
Compensation: Armed Commissioned Uniformed Security $ 35,000 year


If you are interested email mpsrt@yahoo.com with your height & weight, 2 recent/current pictures of yourself (face & body), & your resume.
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Re: Full-time Commissioned Uniformed Security in Hawkins, TX

Postby 2farnorth » Sat Oct 15, 2011 9:19 am

It's a bit beyond my commute distance or I would be interested.
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Re: Full-time Commissioned Uniformed Security in Hawkins, TX

Postby papajohn1964 » Sat Oct 15, 2011 11:01 am

You may want to be careful about asking for height, weight and pictures before an interview.....The Labor Board can be as bad as the IRS!!!
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Re: Full-time Commissioned Uniformed Security in Hawkins, TX

Postby Reloader » Sat Oct 15, 2011 11:22 am

not to mention EEOC..
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Re: Full-time Commissioned Uniformed Security in Hawkins, TX

Postby cheezit » Sat Oct 15, 2011 11:37 am

why does every one hate on short people. :boxing
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Re: Full-time Commissioned Uniformed Security in Hawkins, TX

Postby Bart » Sat Oct 15, 2011 3:33 pm

Thanks for posting the job. It sounds like a great step up for people who are complaining about the antigun policies of their employer or employer's landlord.
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Re: Full-time Commissioned Uniformed Security in Hawkins, TX

Postby Reloader » Sat Oct 15, 2011 4:43 pm

Not a hatred of short people, but it is harder for a 5'1" person to handle a 6'8" without having to resort to force less often than one that is 6'+ range.It's a liability issue.
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Re: Full-time Commissioned Uniformed Security in Hawkins, TX

Postby C-dub » Sat Oct 15, 2011 4:55 pm

Reloader wrote:Not a hatred of short people, but it is harder for a 5'1" person to handle a 6'8" without having to resort to force less often than one that is 6'+ range.It's a liability issue.

True enough. Someone of sufficient size that appears to be capable of handling themselves will be much more likely to deescalate a situation with their mere presence than someone of a smaller stature. One of my DPD friends is an excellent example of this. He is only about 5'9" and BG's are always testing him. He's getting up there in age, but can still handle most situations. And, of course, he has friends.
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Re: Full-time Commissioned Uniformed Security in Hawkins, TX

Postby Oldgringo » Sat Oct 15, 2011 5:25 pm

cheezit wrote:why does every one hate on short people.

..and old fat people?

I thought the purpose of being armed was to be the equalizer?
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Re: Full-time Commissioned Uniformed Security in Hawkins, TX

Postby gigag04 » Sat Oct 15, 2011 10:16 pm

Reloader wrote:Not a hatred of short people, but it is harder for a 5'1" person to handle a 6'8" without having to resort to force less often than one that is 6'+ range.It's a liability issue.

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Re: Full-time Commissioned Uniformed Security in Hawkins, TX

Postby AdioSS » Fri Oct 21, 2011 4:07 am

I was just reposting what my supervisor posted in the craigslist ad. And considering some of the people that were hired last year & this year, I'm not so sure of how much salt can be put into that. If somebody were short &/or overweight but were qualified or even just had a good "presence" then they would be considered for the job. If somebody were interested in working night shift, then that would definitely increase their chances ;) I am the only one who currently prefers nights, but I have always been that way.
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Re: Full-time Commissioned Uniformed Security in Hawkins, TX

Postby cheezit » Sat Oct 22, 2011 9:29 am

sorry if that went over the wrong way. I think its great people tring to keep other off the goverment systems. Hope you guys fill the spots quickly :patriot:
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Re: Full-time Commissioned Uniformed Security in Hawkins, TX

Postby MadMonkey » Sat Oct 22, 2011 10:24 am

AdioSS wrote: If somebody were interested in working night shift, then that would definitely increase their chances ;) I am the only one who currently prefers nights, but I have always been that way.


If I was still in security I'd be all over it... I love nights. Good luck!
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Re: Full-time Commissioned Uniformed Security in Hawkins, TX

Postby AdioSS » Mon Jul 23, 2012 8:13 pm

We are hiring again. Day shift & Night Shift. We are also looking for additional Personal Protection Officers. Those guys get paid a bit more.

We actually get paid to drive around a ranch carrying guns! :rock" Can you beat that! :thumbs2:
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Re: Full-time Commissioned Uniformed Security in Hawkins, TX

Postby ctsmith9962 » Fri Jul 27, 2012 5:56 pm

What are the hours available right now? I would really like to look into this as I am trying to change my career direction.
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