YELLOWJACKET vs. EVERY OTHER COMPANY
Lets face it: so many security and SPO agencies/companies are just plain horrible! After working for them, you usually end up with a long list of frustrations. Payroll is late or riddled with errors (usually benefiting your employer), supervisors are extra rude, schedules constantly changing and another 1000 items you can think of.
We have been there and we understand. Yellowjacket has worked to provide an atmosphere of respect, understanding and the ability to actually grow and be promoted. We have created systems to promote organization and reduce unnecessary and needless stress.
What It's Like To Work for Yellowjacket
WE ARE HIRING!
Why Yellowjacket? Yellowjacket is THE premier security and private law enforcement agency in Washington, D.C. We are nothing like any other agency you have seen or heard about. The agency currently employs personnel from the United States Armed Forces, The U.S. Secret Service, FBI, and many more. Our teams are disciplined and highly trained who have earned the respect of our diverse list of clients. There is only one Yellowjacket. Partner with the best!
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What is Expected? What are the Requirements?
We are determined to break the cycle of poor security or SPO companies AND bad employees in Washington, D.C.. The agencies blame their employees for losing contracts and the employees blame their employers for just being plain horrible. Frankly, they are all right! As a result, we have created a list of expectations and requirements in order to be a part of the Yellowjacket team.
Integrity means doing the right thing in all circumstances, even if no one is watching you. Having integrity means you are true to yourself and your agency and would do nothing that demeans or dishonors you or Yellowjacket.
Punctuality is an absolute requirement at Yellowjacket - from the Chief to the entry-level officer. Punctuality shows that you are professional, respect other's time, reduces your stress, and ensures your success.
Uniforms are a direct reflection on your professionalism and is a major contributor to other's perception of you and of Yellowjacket. A poor fitting or wrinkled uniform can have a very negative impact on you and those around you.
FOCUS, FOCUS, FOCUS
You must always be aware of your surroundings and not let anything distract you. Your life and those people you are hired to protect, depend on YOUR focus. If you cannot focus or cannot put your cellphone away while on duty, Yellowjacket is not for you.
Remember Officer Bishop in Rookie, Season 1, Episode 11? She decided to adopt a positive attitude and the difference was incredible! Negative attitudes can destroy relationships, cause poor performance and ultimately ruin your day, and those around you. Photo Credit: Amazon Media
Personnel must have a MINIMUM of two years of experience as a Special Police Officer in Washington, D.C. or higher. First Responders are preferred. Specific jobs and/or ranks require military or civilian law enforcement experience.