Allied Universal to hire 450 security officers, mostly in LA County – Daily News

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Allied Universal is looking to hire more than 450 security officers to work in Southern California, primarily in Los Angeles County.

The Pennsylvania-based company is recruiting for all shifts and for all levels of experience. There is an immediate need to fill 75 positions, with the remainder being filled over the next four months. Openings are available for security officers, field supervisors and post commanders.

Wages range from $15 to $26 an hour depending on experience.

“Our security professionals play a pivotal part in ensuring that facilities can continue business as usual,” company Chairman and CEO Steve Jones said in a statement. “And other businesses that had to close can rest assured that their assets will remain protected.”

Full-time positions come with a variety of company benefits, including medical and dental coverage, life insurance, a 401(k) plan and paid holidays.

Jones said the company’s top priority is to keep workers safe and healthy in the workplace.

“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,” he said.

With more than 265,000 employees and annual revenues north of $9.5 billion, Allied Universal has offices scattered throughout the U.S. as well as in Canada, Mexico and the United Kingdom.

The company protects more than 50,000 client sites that cover a wide range of industries, including healthcare, retail, commercial real estate, higher education, government and corporate campuses.

In addition to in-person interviews, Allied Universal’s virtual interview process allows applicants to complete the company’s online application from home. Job seekers can apply online at

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