Professional Security Consultants

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    Easy job. I work my shift and go home, no drama or issues with peers.

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    Current Employee - Security Officer
    Current Employee - Security Officer

    I have been working at Professional Security Consultants full-time (more than an year)


    Direct deposit offered, pay is always on time, easy job, straight-forward. I keep all inquiries within the staff of the contract that I work, have never interacted with corporate. Young director but our relationship is awesome. His job is hard, I do my part so that I can be one less employee to worry about.


    My specific site tends to hiring younger, less mature individuals with behavioral issues who have a thing for horsing around and destroying property (including the work truck, detex devices, office space, uniforms) or escalating situations, and it's tolerated.

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Professional Security Consultants Interviews

Updated Jul 30, 2014
Updated Jul 30, 2014

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Interview Difficulty




    Assistant Security Director Interview

    Anonymous Employee in Woodland Hills, CA
    Anonymous Employee in Woodland Hills, CA
    Application Details

    I applied through an employee referral. The process took a dayinterviewed at Professional Security Consultants in May 2014.

    Interview Details

    Received an e-mail soliciting for an open position from the Director of Security at Westfield Promenade mall in Woodland Hills. I replied with my interest to learn more of the position and soon received a phone call from him. Set it up and made the drive out there. I had to wait another 25 minutes due to his other interview going over.

    Overheard many of the security guards talk about how they slammed some guy onto the ground and they were laughing about it. A bit unprofessional but understandable due to their age/experience but dually noted.

    When I finally went in to interview I sat down with the Director and Assistant Director. I asked if I could take notes and the Director snidely remarked that they would be the ones taking notes. OK. Not sure if he was joking but I quickly realized he was not. They went over some "general details" of the position which to me was not very informative at all. I was asked about myself and began speaking about myself and experience. Immediately the Director seemed a bit distracted, as he was on and off of his phone texting and fiddling with papers on the file cabinet behind him. The Assistant Director seemed to listen and answered most of my questions as to why the position was opened, etc.

    After the Director appeared to have finished what was keeping him distracted he asked if I had any questions about the position, which I had several. After asking the second or third question he once again snidely remarks, "What is the deal? This feels like you are interviewing us and not the other way around!" I explain that I must ensure that the position is a great fit for me as much as he must consider if I am good fit as well. By then I quickly decided this was not the job for me. I was then told what the salary was ($25,000) which was a joke. I shook hands with the Assistant Director and noticed that the Director did not reach out to shake my hand. I left and wrote it off as very bad interview experience.

    Interview Questions
    • This whole interview was awful. I never wanted to run out of an interview in my entire life. It took everything in my professional mind and wits to keep it cool. I mentioned my salary up front in the initial phone interview and was told that my salary could be met. That was a lie.   Answer Question
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Headquarters Los Angeles, CA
Size 1000 to 5000 Employees
Founded Unknown
Type Company - Private
Industry Business Services
Revenue $50 to $100 million (USD) per year
Competitors Unknown

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