Mission: Allied Universal provides unparalleled service, systems and solutions to serve, secure and care for the people and businesses of our communities. We put our relationships with our employees and clients at the heart of everything we do each and every day.
General Manager, Mike Wilkinson, was recently named in Canadian Security magazine's Top 10 Under 40 list. Read the feature story written about Mike's extensive career.
You may have noticed our newest approach for hiring: drive-up hiring events. CBS Chicago stopped by Allied Universal's Naperville branch to learn how these events will run. If local to the Naperville/Chicago area, don't miss an upcoming hiring event on Saturday, May 30th.
For over 60 years, Allied Universal has put safety and security first and it starts with our people – a team of 200,000+ highly trained, expert security professionals who have committed to a career where they feel fulfilled … because they help people.
As part of our team, you will enjoy...
Working at Allied Universal is a stable job that can turn into a rewarding career. About 65% of managerial positions are filled by internal candidates. If you choose, working toward a career with Allied Universal is something we greatly want to help you achieve.
REWARD & RECOGNITION PROGRAMS
“YOU’RE PHENOMENAL” ON-THE-SPOT-REWARD – All Allied Universal employees are eligible to receive in recognition of Phenomenal Service. Employees are presented with a gift card.
HERO AWARD & HERO OF THE YEAR AWARD – Recognizes acts of heroism. Recipients receive an “Allied Universal Hero Award” certificate, a personal letter from the CEO, and a $100 cash award. The Hero of the Year and one runner-up, receive personal recognition by the CEO, an engraved “Allied Universal Hero” statue and a monetary award.
ANNUAL RECOGNITION AWARDS – Awards in honor of former Allied Universal leaders: 1) Paul Bryant “Security Professional of the Year” 2) Frank Rabena “Account Manager of the Year” 3) Lou Ligouri “Good Citizen of the Year” and 4) Harriett Lavender “Support Employee of the Year”
LENGTH OF SERVICE / TENURE AWARDS – Recognizes and rewards employees for a period of continuous, loyal service at their 1, 3, 5, 10, 15, 20 (and each 5-year increment thereafter) year anniversaries.
COMMUNITY SERVICE AWARD – Recognizes involvement in volunteer activities that support our communities, $500 award for 10 annual recipients – payable to the service organization where recipient volunteered.
EMPLOYEE REFERRAL PROGRAMS
PARTNERS IN EMPLOYMENT (PIE) PROGRAM – As an employee, you may be eligible for referral bonuses for referrals of new employees.
PARTNERS IN GROWTH (PIG) PROGRAM – All non-sales employees are eligible for referral bonuses – $50 for new business leads that turn into a proposal and $250-$1,000 if the lead results in a sale.
SERVICE ANNIVERSARY AWARD PROGRAM
Our relationships with our clients and employees are at the heart of everything we do, each and every day. Our shared sense of duty to our customers and to one other, a dedication to a customer experience that is an industry-standard, a commitment to individual excellence and a dynamic spirit of entrepreneurship will continue to define Allied Universal as phenomenal.
OUR CORE VALUES MAKE US PHENOMENAL:
INDUSTRY SPECIALIZED TRAINING
Our new hires are given award-winning training from the Allied Universal Institute. Depending on your assignment, you will acquire expertise in industry-specific designations, Homeland Security, Terrorism Awareness Training, concierge-level visitor management, emergency preparedness, patrol services, crisis response CPR / First Aid / AED and more. This education will transform you into an indispensable security professional.
We engage a robust platform to prepare, develop and assess employees through every stage of their career by using tools and programs such as Career Planning & Individual Career Development Plans.
Start your phenomenal career with Allied Universal today!
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Veteran Hiring Commitment
Committed to helping America's military veterans find work
Career Advancement Program
Helping employees "upskill" into higher-paying positions