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Here at Stansted Airport, our Security teams help our security checkpoints move fast, too. They’re the people who make sure thousands of customers get on their way each day by hosting our security areas, packing x-ray trays, checking for banned items and helping everyone move quickly and securely through our airport.
And, because they spend every shift working directly with the public and are the first faces that our customers see at our checkpoints, our Security teams are fully up to speed when it comes to customer service.
Right now, we’re looking for even more people to join our teams – so if you’d like to work with us, here’s what you need to know.
We offer a competitive hourly salary and you’ll need plenty of flexibility when it comes to your shifts.
What’s more, we offer loads of perks including:
Our well-defined career paths could really help your career take off.
That’s because we’re dedicated to helping you make the most of your skills and you’ll be able to take advantage of regular annual reviews that can quickly identify your training and development needs and your own career goals.
If you’re flexible about the hours you work and are fully committed to delivering the very best customer service, you could join us as a Terminal Security Officer or Security Ambassador.
There's a vibe, an excitement which is a live environment
that you don't get anywhere else
Gavin, Senior Project Manager, M.A.G. Developments
"The training and development, with the support available to me, has been second to none."
Aaron, Security Team Manager
The business is constantly evolving and looking forward to an exciting future
Claire, Public Relations, East Midlands Airport
It's going places, there's a lot of excitement at the moment of things to come...
Jennie, Colleague Engagement
You don't know what's going to happen on a day to day basis,
that's how challenging the job can be!
Mark, Firefighter, Manchester Airport
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