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Securitas Holiday Hiring Spree: 20 Jobs Available in Maui County

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Securitas today announced it is seeking to fill 200 new job positions across the state for the holiday season and beyond, including more than 20 positions in Maui County.

The company provides security services to more than 250 Hawaiʻi organizations from shopping centers, hotels, condos, residential communities and airports.

Securitas is also incentivizing its existing workforce with referral/retention bonuses to attract new hires. Company representatives say they are offering up to $1,500 for new hires who have a guard card license (up to $500 for new hires without a guard card).

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New hires are trained in how to handle active shooter situations and other public safety issues including life-saving procedures. Applicants must meet certain eligibility requirements including drug testing and background checks.

In addition, the State of Hawaiʻi’s Department of Transportation contracts Securitas to provide security services throughout 11 airports on six islands to ensure the protection of more than 30 million travelers every year.

The team works collaboratively and interfaces with multiple state and federal agencies at the airport including TSA, Customs, FBI, and intelligence agencies. Securitas positions at the airports currently available are Traffic Control Officer, Airport Security Officer and Law Enforcement Officer.

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To join the team at Securitas, applicants can inquire online at securitasjobs.com.

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