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New Horizon Security is the largest and most trusted provider of unarmed and armed security officers to the Commonwealth of Virginia. Our commitment to service and quality has delighted our customers and fueled our growth. Join Virginia’s preeminent security company as an unarmed Government Security Officer.
As you gain valuable experience working onsite, you will be trained in a variety required skills such as CPR/First Aid, handling pepper spray and customer service to support your career progression, including DCJS-certified training for your armed certifications. After six months of successful service, officers may be eligible for promotion.
Why New Horizon Security?
Opportunity – We’re growing and so can you. New Horizon Security has been named by Inc. Magazine as one of America’s fastest growing security firms for four consecutive years. The U.S. Senate Productivity and Quality Award of Virginia recognized New Horizon as one of the “12 to Watch” small businesses distinguished for performance excellence, job growth, and commitment to quality. And our industry-leading GSO Career Path opens the door to a long a prosperous security career for anyone who wants to enter.
Security – We’ve been providing security excellence since 1998. Today we’re the largest and most trusted provider of security services to the Commonwealth of VA, supporting over 17 different agencies, as well as many other non-government clients. If you perform well, you are rewarded with career growth and stability.
Interesting Work – Serving over 100 different customers, work sites vary from government centers, military installations and construction sites to ice rinks, health care facilities and shopping–and everything in between.
Benefits – In addition to the prevailing wage during each assignment, you will also receive a comprehensive benefits package including paid leave and insurance.
Training – We have our own DCJS-certified Training Academy and provide employees with ongoing career professional development, DCJS-required and current topical training.