Join our team

If you have been offered a job with Phoenix Security and are now joining our team as a new starter, please fill out the details below to be added to your employee file.

To download a P46 form, please click here.

Personal information

Please state ALL previous addresses where you have lived for the past six years

If you are offered employment with Phoenix Security you must have a valid email address or have access to a 3rd party email address to send correspondence and your payslips to as we do not send paper copies.
Car owner?*
Current driving licence?*
Details of SIA licence(s)
Next of kin details in the event of an emergency
Personal references

Please give the name and address of at least one person who has known you for a period of at least 2 years, is still in contact with you and will provide a written reference.

Please note personal reference must not be a member of your family, a previous employer or resident at the same address as yourself.

Personal history

The security screening process requires us to verify your personal history for a period of 5 years or to date of leaving school. Please give details of your personal history, without any gaps including periods of employment, self employment, unemployment, school/college/uni.

Do you suffer from any illness or disability that may affect your job within the Security Industry?*
Are you subject to Immigration Control?*
Have you ever been fined, cautioned, sentenced to imprisonment or place on probation for a criminal act? (Subject to the Rehabilitation of Offenders Act)?*
Are there any alleged offences outstanding against you?*
Upload Document Images

Please attach images of the following documents. Files should be upoaded in "jpg" format.

For British citizens

OR

For EU citizens

For non-EU citizens

Statement to be read fully and signed by applicant

BS7858:2008 requires that we conduct a consumer information check with a credit reference agency for all new employees.

Have You Ever Been Declared Bankrupt or have any Court Judgements against you, whether satisfied or not, within the last 6 years?*
Has any order been made against you by a Civil or Military Court or Public Authority?*

Phoenix Security will charge you £5.00 for this check. This fee will be taken off your first weeks wage and held as a bond and will be refunded to you when you leave our employment (as per terms and conditions of employment.)

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During employment with Phoenix Security a weekly charge of £5/£6 will be made to cover the following;
  • Phoenix Tie and any replacements (excessive issues will be charged)
  • Armband and any replacements (excessive issues will be charged)
  • Public Liability Insurance contribution
  • Benefit/Payment following injury at work
  • Direct helpline to Criminal Defence Solicitors should any difficulties arise whilst at work.

The deduction amount will depend upon the hours you work. If you work less than 10 hours per week you will be charged £5 and if you exceed 10 hours you will be charged £6.

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PLEASE CLICK HERE TO READ THE TERMS AND CONDITIONS

Code of Conduct

  1. At all times, maintain the agreed standards of personal appearance and uniform, no facial piercing and deportment appropriate to the event or establishment and not to act in a manner that is likely to bring discredit to Phoenix Security or to the client.
  2. Greet all visitors to the venue in a friendly and courteous manner. You should give assistance to any person on the premises who is injured or distressed.
  3. Use moderate language at all times when dealing with members of the public and other members of staff employed at the Client’s establishment. Never use aggressive or threatening behaviour towards customers or staff.
  4. Act fairly and not unlawfully, do not discriminate against any person on the grounds of colour, race, religion, sex or disability (and to be prepared to justify your actions.)
  5. Never solicit or accept any bribes or other considerations from any person, nor fail to account for any money or property received during the course of your employment
  6. Do not fraternize with customers, friends or relations whilst on duty.
  7. Do not to drink alcohol, or be under the influence of alcohol or any illegal substance, when reporting for duty, or whilst on an assignment.
  8. Never abuse your position of authority and immediately report any incidents involvement with the police that may affect your continued ability to work on assignments as a Door Supervisor.
  9. You should give due consideration concerning the admission of persons suspected of being under age or under the influence of drink or drugs. The final decision will always lie with the licensee or his deputy.
  10. Never carry an offensive weapon.
  11. Always sign in upon commencement and the end of your duties.
  12. Don’t chew gum or use mobile telephones whilst on duty.
  13. Only smoke, eat or drink soft drinks during breaks in designated areas as instructed by the Clients representative.
  14. You should prominently display your SIA licence at all times.
  15. Every Door Supervisor should be aware of the evacuation procedure and position of the fire points of the venue.
  16. You should control the numbers of persons admitted to the premises so as to prevent overcrowding in line with the numbers laid down and as instructed by the licensee or deputy manager.

Failure to comply with any of the above Codes may result in dismissal or disciplinary proceedings

I CERTIFY THAT TO THE BEST OF MY KNOWLEDGE, THE INFORMATION I HAVE GIVEN IS COMPLETE AND CORRECT, AND I UNDERSTAND THAT MISREPRESENTATION OF FACTS IS GROUNDS FOR IMMEDIATE DISMISSAL AND RENDERS ME LIABLE FOR PROSECUTION. I AUTHORISE THE COMPANY TO APPROACH ANY GOVERNMENT AGENCIES, CURRENT EMPLOYERS, FORMER EMPLOYERS AND PERSONAL REFEREES TO VERIFY THE INFORMATION GIVEN, AND WILL SUPPLY A STATUTORY DECLARATION IF REQUIRED. I ALSO REALISE THAT BY SIGNING THIS DECLARATION I AUTHORISE THE COMPANY TO DEDUCT THE AGREED AMOUNT FROM MY WEEKLY WAGE IN RESPECT OF PAYMENT FOR UNIFORM, ADDITIONAL TRAINING OR LICENCE COST. I ALSO AGREE THAT SHOULD I LEAVE THE COMPANY AND THERE IS A BALANCE OUTSTANDING FOR ANY MONEY OWED TO THE COMPANY THIS WILL BE DEDUCTED FROM MY FINAL WAGE SETTLEMENT.

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