DETAINEE CUSTODY OFFICER
This is a robust role within one of the UK's largest Facilities Management and Facilities Service Providers who work all over the UK and within Europe. You would use your skills, knowledge and experience to excel, challenge and inspire in all you do.
- Engage with and manage detainees promoting and protecting their rights in compliance with legislation and company policies and procedures ensuring they are held securely in a safe and decent environmen
- Maintain high standards of security and safety at all times, promoting an environment of positive behaviour that supports the welfare of detainees and sta
- Participate in the delivery of all activities/services, encouraging detainee participation, so that a full and professional service is delivered at all times.
- Search individuals, premises and surrounding areas, as necessary, confiscating forbidden items so that safety and security is maintained.
- Receive and release individuals and property in line with company procedures to prevent incorrect release/detention of detainees or loss/misdirection of property.
- Deal with inappropriate behaviour to ensure a safe and secure environmen
- Participate in the control of incidents and emergencies to ensure their swift resolution.
- Complete all documentation and administration in line with company policies so that accurate contractually compliant data is maintained.
- Communicate information to and about detainees, engendering positive, professional relationships with all detainees whilst maintaining the security and safety of the Centre.
This role requires no specific previous experience or qualifications but experience of dealing sensitively with a wide variety of people who have been agitated, confused or angry would be an advantage. A willingness to undertake all mandatory tasks as required is vital.
You would be expected to adhere to the Company's values and behaviours in the following areas:
- Detainee Care and Management
- Delivering Excellence
- Communication and Interpersonal Skills
- Safety, Dignity and Diversity
- Planning and Organising
- Change Orientation/Flexibility
Ref: 12857 | Published: 12th Feb 2015