Protective Service Associate Professionals
Workers in this unit group inspect goods to ensure compliance with regulations concerning payment of duty, establish that persons entering and leaving the UK have necessary authorisation for crossing national borders, monitor maritime conditions, undertake search and rescue operations, plan and coordinate services of private detection agencies and security measures for individuals, establishments or organisations, and perform other security and protective service occupations.view courses
About this Career
New workers start around £26,941.44. Normal pay is £36,122 per year. Highly experienced workers can earn up to £74,212.55.
Job counts include both employed and self-employed persons in Cornwall, and do<br /> not distinguish between full and part-time jobs.
- Supervises and assigns duties to security and detection staff.
- Analyses security requirements, advises clients, and develops, monitors and improves security measures.
- Photographs, fingerprints and undertakes other forms of forensic examination at the scene of a crime.
- Receives distress messages, alerts other appropriate rescue services and participates in search and rescue operations.
- Broadcasts information on weather and maritime conditions, monitors shipping and provides instruction to navigators.
- Visits racecourses, greyhound stadiums and betting shops to ensure compliance with legal requirements.
- Maintains revenue control at breweries, tobacco factories and other premises where dutiable goods are manufactured, processed or stored.
- Examines passports, visas, work permits and other immigration documents, and allows or refuses entry into the UK.
- Examines, weighs and counts goods imported by ship or aircraft, ensures that the declared value of goods is satisfactory and that duties and taxes have been paid.