CCTV Public Space Surveillance Operator/Administrator

NSL Services Group
London (North)
?9.30 - ?9.56
12 Oct 2016
20 Oct 2016
Contract Type
NSL manages outsourced services in highly regulated environments used by the public and has over 70 clients (including Transport for London, DVLA, Westminster City Council and many NHS Trusts) and employ 5,200 people to fulfil services for these contracts. Success has led NSL to create three specialist sectors dedicated to core markets; Central Government, Local Government and Health. NSL is the UK’s leading enforcement services company. Due to continued growth we are currently recruiting for a CCTV Public Space Surveillance Operator in Hackney. The role will require you to monitor CCTV Operations and provide a professional, efficient and effective CCTV surveillance service. You will work as part of a team and be responsible for gathering intelligence and evidence to help reduce disorder objectives. Key elements of the role: To accurately and promptly observe, monitor and operate closed circuit television (CCTV) cameras and related equipment, and, where necessary direct Police Officers, by radio, to real time incidents To identify, report, and record anything suspicious, in line with agreed procedures To operate the cameras and equipment effectively ensuring that best possible evidential quality images are recorded To be able to make written reports or witness statements, attending court if required, as supporting evidence to CCTV images To ensure that integrity and confidentiality of all information gained is secure at all times by strict compliance with the principles of both the Data Protection and Human Rights Acts To operate surveillance equipment ethically and in accordance with training, policy and procedures, manufacturer’s instructions and relevant legislation To ensure all equipment is functioning correctly, carry out equipment checks as required and report all faults to relevant personnel, carry out basic non technical system maintenance as required To effectively liaise with stakeholders visiting the site and to maintain the integrity of the operational area at all times To produce statisical reports on a monthly basis for clients using in-house systems You will be required to work 20 hours per week, Monday to Friday. The ideal candidate: Competent using a computer Holds a ECDL certificate (desirable) Able to operate two-way radio equipment Exceptional written and oral skills Ability to write simple reports Familiarity with the relevant Data Protection Act, CCTV Codes of Practice and other relevant legislation Good knowledge of local area and restrictions Must have full UK driving licence Must have an SIA Public Space Surveillance Licence In return for your time & hard work: £9.30 22 days annual leave plus bank holidays Free uniform Award scheme Discount scheme Training & development Employee Consultative Committee to represent the voice of colleagues Interested? Apply Now Please ensure that you continue to fill out the full application on the subsequent website by clicking "Apply now." All incomplete applications will not be considered. This job was originally posted as