>Westminster Abbey are seeking to recruit a Head of Security


I was recently advised regarding the below Head of Security post, it sounds quite interesting:

Westminster Abbey are seeking to appoint an experienced security professional who has managed in-house security operations at high profile locations which attract large volumes of visitors on a daily basis. The successful applicant should have extensive knowlege of physical security and public safety best practice, be fully conversant with regulatory legislation and have an ability to motivate, inform and support the development of the security function.
Westminster Abbey is a unique historical and architectural treasure, encapsulating over a thousand years of British history. Benedictine monks first came to this site in the middle of the tenth century, establishing a tradition of daily worship which continues to this day. The Abbey is a living church and occupies a central place in the celebration of great events for the nation, attracting over one million worshippers and visitors each year. It is a building of outstanding national and international importance which demands a coherent and focused security strategy.

Application Form (Word Doc, 182 KB)
For an informal discussion regarding your suitability, please contact the advising consultant John Dodd on 01625 508 100. Interested applicants should send a completed application form to 6039@wickland-westcott.co.uk

Closing Date: 10 October 2011

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