Allied Universal Seeking to Hire 700+ Security Professionals

Allied Universal Seeking to Hire 700+ Security Professionals

Allied Universal, a leading security services provider, is seeking to hire more than 700 security professionals in the Phoenix and Mesa, Ariz., areas.

Open house hiring events will be held on October 7, October 17, October 21, and October 31 from 12 p.m. to 4 p.m. at 5000 S. Arizona Mills Circle, Food Court, in Tempe, Arizona.

Allied has also established a virtual interview process where applicants can complete the application process from home through advanced video interviewing technology. Applicants can apply online here.

“Our clients, and the public at large, rely on us to keep our communities and businesses safe and secure especially during these challenging times,” said Steve Jones, Chairman and CEO of Allied Universal. “Our security professionals play a pivotal part ensuring facilities can continue business as usual and other businesses that had to close, can rest assured that their assets will remain protected.”

The company is looking for all shifts for all experience levels. For full-time positions, benefits include medical and dental coverage, employee assistance programs, life insurance, 401(k), company discounts, holidays and more.

“Our #1 priority is to keep our employees safe and healthy in the workplace,” said Jones. “We have a dedicated safety team constantly monitoring all COVID-19 developments ensuring we continuously educate our employees to understand and follow the CDC guidelines.”

Allied Universal has over 200,000 employees who are responsible for protecting more than 50,000 client sites. The company has offices throughout the United States, as well as in Canada, Mexico and the United Kingdom.

National job listings are also available at jobs.aus.com.

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