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Hyatt Safety and Security Manager in SYDNEY, Australia


Multi-award winning luxury hotel, the Park Hyatt Sydney seeks an experienced Safety and Security Manager to lead our professional Security Team on a full-time basis. You will be responsible for ensuring the safety and security of one of Australia's leading hotels in accordance with Hyatt International brand standards.

The main duties include, but not limited to:

  • To develop, implement, monitor and evaluate the hotel's safety and security procedures, including fire safety, employee and asset protection.

  • The successful candidates may be required to work overnight shifts in special circumstances


  • Minimum 2 years work experience as Security Manager, or Assistant Security Manager in larger operation.

  • Good practical, operational and adequate administrative skills are a must.

  • Qualifications in security operations, ideally with a professional diploma or certificate in Safety and Security.

  • NSW Security License - minimum 1 A, C, E

  • RSA competency card

  • Exceptional interpersonal and communication skills (with an advanced proficiency of the English language)

  • Excellent time management skills

  • Exceptional grooming standards

  • The ability to work well under pressure

  • The capability to lead a diverse team

  • The ability to create a positive first impression

  • Previous work experience with VIP security, 5 star hospitality, law enforcement, counter terrorism / surveillance would be advantageous

Our values of Empathy, Creativity, Fun, Humility, Integrity and Respect are at the core of what we do. Our family atmosphere is what keeps our associates highly engaged. To get a peek of how our colleagues experience the brand, check out #InAHyattWorld or #WorldofHyatt at

Primary Location: AU-NS-Sydney

Organization: Park Hyatt Sydney

Job Level: Full-time

Job: Security

Req ID: SYD001950

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