Surveilance Operatives (South Wales)

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Surveilance Operatives (South Wales)

Postby ROB » 13 Mar 2009, 12:44

Wage

£13.00 PER HOUR

Hours

NO SET WORKING PATTERN, AS AND WHEN REQUIRED

Location

BRIDGEND, MID GLAMORGAN, SOUTH WALES

Duration

Permanent

Date posted

09 March 2009

Pension details

No details held

Description

This is a self employed vacancy. Self employed surveillance operative sort with previous surveillance experience. Skills required include log writing, report writing and previous use of 2 way walkie talkies. A car or motorbike driver required with full licence. Applicants must be a team player as will be working in a team of 2 to 4 people. Must have the ability to act on instruction, intuition and respond quickly, this is essential. Surveillance will be on foot and whilst driving. Self-employed people are responsible for paying their own National Insurance contributions and tax.

Please forward your CV/Written application to:

Sarah Gallienne Investigations
PO BOX 296
Bridgend
CF31 9HS
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Re: Surveilance Operatives (South Wales)

Postby PI Guy » 19 Jun 2009, 17:51

Hmmmm the standard agent to agent rate for surveillance is about £25 per hour
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Re: Surveilance Operatives (South Wales)

Postby Firebird_2 » 20 Jun 2009, 22:02

It's a foot in the door... maybe..
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Re: Surveilance Operatives (South Wales)

Postby Mach1 » 25 Apr 2013, 09:21

Id consider South Wales based work but £13 is a bit low, contact me anyway to discuss.
Also if Anyone knows of any work going in the north Please contact me Mach.1@hotmail.co.uk

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Re: Surveilance Operatives (South Wales)

Postby benjisec » 26 Apr 2013, 21:18

Firebird_2 wrote:It's a foot in the door... maybe..


A foot in the door with a guy (most likely a one man band) who is only willing to pay half the going rate for your services.

Not much of a door to have a foot in.
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Re: Surveilance Operatives (South Wales)

Postby Firebird_2 » 27 Apr 2013, 18:33

benjisec wrote:
Firebird_2 wrote:It's a foot in the door... maybe..


A foot in the door with a guy (most likely a one man band) who is only willing to pay half the going rate for your services.

Not much of a door to have a foot in.


Better than doing an internship to get a route to industry though. If someone wants to learn trade craft, I see no problem with them taking it, providing they know it is what it is.

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Re: Surveilance Operatives (South Wales)

Postby bigboyblue » 28 Apr 2013, 18:10

Holy thread necro batman !

First posted in 2009 !
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Re: Surveilance Operatives (South Wales)

Postby hippy » 28 Apr 2013, 18:13

Firebird_2 wrote:
Better than doing an internship to get a route to industry though. If someone wants to learn trade craft, I see no problem with them taking it, providing they know it is what it is.

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I would agree, however the advert suggests to me they are (were as it was 2009) after some one with experience and therefore the trade craft would already be in place.
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Re: Surveilance Operatives (South Wales)

Postby Enigma » 28 Apr 2013, 20:27

hippy wrote:
Firebird_2 wrote:
Better than doing an internship to get a route to industry though. If someone wants to learn trade craft, I see no problem with them taking it, providing they know it is what it is.

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I would agree, however the advert suggests to me they are (were as it was 2009) after some one with experience and therefore the trade craft would already be in place.


Nothing like attention to detail for surveillance is there, who knows they might be still looking for staff after 4 years! :mrgreen:
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