Top 5 Reasons To Work As A St. Moritz Security Officer

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Experience working in a St. Moritz security officer position can help you :

1. Best Demonstrate Your Interpersonal Skills:  In this age of increasing “e-communication” folks are losing the opportunities and the abilities to have daily face-to-face interactions in not only the pleasantries offered when greeting a client visitor, but also the experiences of giving verbal directions and ensuring acceptance and comprehension.

2. Illustrate How You Can Handle Difficult Situations:  Interactions with a high volume of client visitors and vendors aren’t always easy, especially when security has to advise a group of people that they cannot have access to an area, or need to relocate their activities.  St. Moritz can help you prepare and handle those types of interactions through our training  programs.

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3.Highlight  Your Critical Thinking:  No day in security is ever the same!  Visitor flow , building events, and even the weather can have a significant impact on how you execute your rounds, patrols and other duties.  Critical thinking is the process of actively and skillfully conceptualizing, applying, analyzing, synthesizing, and/or evaluating information gathered from, or generated by, observation, experience, reflection, reasoning, or communication, as a guide to belief and action The experience of working security officer positions develops this process as you take in all that you’ve learned through St. Moritz training and make decisions of how to best fulfill the duties of your post.

4.Exhibit Your Self-Starter Approach: In most situations security positions are solo jobs wherein you have to execute specific post orders on your own, after you complete your training. Successfully holding a St. Moritz Security position can prove that you are able to comprehend specific instructions and fulfill them on your own, without direction.

5.Spotlight and develop Recall & Reporting Abilities:  Most security positions are developed to “Observe and Report” and if you are the only on duty to witness or report on events, your contributions are critical!  St. Moritz provides the training to ensure that your writing results in a report that is both accurate and complete to benefit all involved parties.

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