Established in 1976, Summit Security is one of the largest privately owned security and investigative services firms in the United States. From our Long Island Corporate Headquarters, 24/7 Security Command Center, and eight Regional Offices, Summit’s 4,000 professionals provide world-class security and investigative solutions to over 500 clients in the New York metropolitan and tri-state area and beyond. Summit protects millions of people and billions of dollars in assets every day. In our 39 years of service, we have earned the confidence of Fortune 500 companies, commercial real estate management firms, worldwide media corporations, international financial institutions, mass transit agencies, regional power utilities, high-tech companies, and major universities. The experienced security professionals at Summit know that your peace of mind is priceless. Our hands-on approach and attention to detail is second to none. Since we are locally based, we are able to provide the personalized service our clients have come to expect. That’s why our clients consistently stay with Summit.
Summit Security: Guards Needed
IMMEDIATE FULL TIME AND PART TIME SECURITY OFFICER OPENINGS.
POSTS LOCATED IN SUFFOLK AND NASSAU COUNTY.
MUST APPLY IN PERSON AT: 125 BAYLIS ROAD, SUITE 160, MELVILLE, NEW YORK 11747. APPLICATIONS ACCEPTED MONDAY-FRIDAY 10:00AM-3:00PM.
Garden City- Sat and Sun 4PM-12AM- $15.90/hour( +$1.75 supplemental)
Garden City-Monday-Friday 3PM-11PM-$10/hour
Holbrook-Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday 10PM-7AM-(Must have clean driving record)-$10/hour
Melville-Tuesday and Wednesday 4PM-12AM and Sat 7AM-2PM-$9/hour
New Hyde Park- Monday-Friday 9AM-5PM-$11/hour
Port Washington- Sat and Sunday 3PM-11PM-$11/hour
Ronkonkoma-Monday-Wed 7AM-3PM and Thursday and Saturday 3PM-11PM-(Must have 3+ years security or law enforcement experience)-$15.90/hour(+$1.75 Supplemental)
**In addition to the above postings, Summit Security Services Inc. is also looking for fill in Security Officers. These positions require that the individual be available to work if needed on an on call basis, sometimes being called in two-four hours prior to the start of a shift. You MUST be flexible in the hours and must be able to travel within Nassau for Nassau County residents or Suffolk County for Suffolk County residents.
Pay for fill in Officers varies from $9.00-$15.90 (+$1.75) PER HOUR depending on experience level– most of our locations are prevailing wage paying $15.90 (+$1.75)
For Immediate Hire, Please Bring These Documents: • NYS DMV Drivers License, Learners Permit, or ID • Social Security Card • U.S Passport, Birth Certificate, Work Authorization Card, or Permanent Resident Card • High School Diploma or GED • Security Guard License or UID number • MUST be current on all required NYS training (16 hour on the job training certificate and 8 hour annual for 2016 if you have worked in the security industry)
Maximum Security was founded in 2002 by principal owners Michael Mancusi, Charles Tramontana, and Jason Paglino, with the intent to fill a perceived void in the security industry. With their combined 50-plus years in law enforcement experience, they have been able to create a dynamic, continuously evolving organization, which provides a level of service that is currently missing from many security firms today.
Nassau County police say Edgar Medina (center), along with several unknown suspects, allegedly burglarized armored car company Loomis’ vault in Hicksville using an array of tools and was apprehended with nearly $2M in his trunk. Police are asking the public’s help in identifying other alleged crew members. (NCPD).
HICKSVILLE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) — A group of sophisticated burglars used tools to penetrate a vault of a Long Island armored car company Loomis and steal $1.8 million, but were foiled by an alert police officer.
The burglary at the Loomis Armored Inc. warehouse in Hicksville occurred around 10:30 p.m. on Aug. 16.
The men, who wore masks, used a sledgehammer and a hydraulic jack to bust through thick concrete walls and used other tools to break into the vault that held about $20 million, authorities said.
Police neither have a description of the other suspects nor do they know how the burglars fled. The one suspect in custody doesn’t have any ties to the company, but when asked if Major Case Bureau detectives probing the case believe it was an inside job, Krumpter would only say that the investigation is continuing.
The commissioner suspected that the burglars intended to steal as much of the $20 million as they could. If they were successful, it would have eclipsed the infamous Lufthansa heist in which mobsters allegedly stole about $6 million in cash and jewels from a terminal at John F. Kennedy International Airport in 1978, one of the biggest Nassauheists in American history. That case, which was planned in Bellmore, resulted in arrests just last year—35 years later.
HICKSVILLE, N.Y. — A group of sophisticated burglars penetrated a vault at an armored carcompany on Long Island and nearly made off with $1.8 million in what officials say might have been the largest heist in history. But their escape was foiled by …
HICKSVILLE, N.Y. (CBSNewYork/AP) — A group of sophisticated burglars used tools to penetrate a vault of a Long Island armored car company and steal $1.8 million, but were foiled by an alert police officer. The burglary at the Loomis Armored Inc.
Acting Nassau County Police Commissioner Thomas Krumpter speaks with reporters on Aug. 27, 2015 in Mineola, N.Y., as he stands in front of a board showing crime scene photos of a botched burglary at an armored car company in Hicksville, N.Y. …
A group of sophisticated burglars penetrated a vault at an armored car company on Long Island and nearly made off with $1.8 million, but their escape was foiled by an alert policeman on patrol near the remote office park, officials said Thursday.
Edgar Medina, 53, of Brentwood, was arrested in connection with a botched robbery of a Hicksvillearmored car company on Aug. 16, 2015, and charged with burglary, grand larceny and possession of burglar tools, police said. (Credit: NCPD). A sharp-eyed …
Nassau County police say Edgar Medina (center), along with several unknown suspects, allegedly burglarized armored car company Loomis’ vault in Hicksville using an array of tools and was apprehended with nearly $2M in his trunk. Police are asking the …
NEW YORK – HICKSVILLE, N.Y. (AP) — A group of sophisticated burglars penetrated a vault at anarmored car company on Long Island and nearly made off with $1.8 million, but their escape was foiled by an alert policeman on patrol near the remote office …
A gang of “sophisticated” thieves used tools to rip through concrete walls and steal $1.8 million from a Hicksvillearmored car company but were foiled by an alert Nassau police officer, who arrested one of the suspects, authorities said Wednesday.
Police say $1.8 million was stolen from a Hicksville armored company in what detectives call a brazen and sophisticated burglary. Edgar Medina, of Brentwood, and at least two others allegedly broke into the Loomis Company in Hicksville, according to …
Danny Peck, a senior vice president for risk management at the armored car company, said he was pleased with the police officer’s actions, but declined to comment on the burglary. Workers from a vault repair company were at the warehouse Thursday …
Nassau County police announced Thursday morning a $25,000 reward in the botched $1.8 million burglary of a Hicksville armored car company. Acting Police Commissioner Thomas Krumpter said between two and four individuals are still at large. He said …
A police officer reportedly foiled a multi-million dollar heist after he noticed a group of individuals at Loomis Armored Inc. in Hicksville while he was on routine patrol on Sunday. Aug 16. According to authorities, Edgar Medina, 53, of Brentwood, and …