Hyatt Security Officers in AUCKLAND, New Zealand
PARK HYATT AUCKLAND IS SET TO OPEN IN 2019.
Luxury Hotel pre-opening
Competitive Salaries and wages
Excellent development & Career opportunities.
About Park Hyatt
Finding luxury in every detail, Park Hyatt hotels provide an experience of sophisticated, contemporary luxury. Located among the world’s premier cities and resort destinations, each custom-designed Park Hyatt hotel combines distinct regional character with elegant brand touches.
Some responsibilitiesof this role include:
Fire Safety - including patrols and hazard identification
Security support to all departments across the Hotel
Employee and Asset Protection
Ensuring compliance with company policy and procedures
Incident response, investigation and report writing
Monitoring CCTV and internal alarms
Providing proactive public security presenceEvent safety and security
Minimum: High school diploma or equivalent. Certificates in the field of security (Fire Warden’s certificate etc.) along with suitable first aid qualification from a recognised national body.
We are seeking two disciplined and passionate individuals with a minimum of 3 years’ experience in either the police or private sector. Further experience in a client-focused company is desirable. Working knowledge and experience in CCTV systems, access control and security systems desirable but not essential but with the willing to work varying shifts.
A career with Hyatt opens a world of opportunities. We have continually been named one of the World’s Best Multinational Workplaces.
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 www.hyatt.com
Primary Location: NZ-N-Auckland
Organization: Park Hyatt Auckland
Job Level: Full-time
Req ID: AUC000134
Hyatt is an equal employment opportunity and affirmative action employer. We do not discriminate on the basis of race, color, gender, gender identity, sexual orientation, marital status, pregnancy, national origin, ancestry, age, religion, disability, veteran status, genetic information, citizenship status or any other group protected by law.