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Security Supervisor Interview

Anonymous Employee in Bristol, CT
Declined Offer
Negative Experience
Easy Interview


I applied in-person. The process took 1 day. I interviewed at Lake Compounce (Bristol, CT) in June 2012.


I went into this with theme park security experience, 4 years of college and law enforcement training. At this time, you had to submit your application in person, so I followed the directions and brought it to HR. On the spot I was interviewed by a HR assistant, not my potential dept. While she was questioning me the question "how many hours of officer training do you have?" I explained that I had both armed guard and non armed guard training, FEMA experience and a relevant degree with emergency management course work. She then told me being a security guard has nothing to do with being a security officer. . . yes you read that correctly. She had no clue the terms were even inter-changable. Then after that I had to define FEMA.... I was offered the job on the spot, ethically I couldn't stoop to that level.

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  • Would you be willing to change departments on occasion (including food service or retail)?   1 Answer

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It was evident no one was trained properly and had little understanding of a secure environment

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