Event Security

Job Description

Job Location: Detroit, MI


Event Security Staff provides general support for events including ticket taking, ushering, guest services, and parking services. Their role requires good judgment, flexibility, strong attention to Director of Events, Event Staff Supervisor and Event Manager directives, strong observation skills and vigilance.


ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: The duties below reflect the minimum requirements for this position.


Follow all operating procedures and policies

Follow directives of Event Staff Supervisor and/or Event Manager for each event assigned

Effective interpersonal skills in order to deal with guests/public

Serves as a greeter for each event assigned

Have good math skills in order to provide ticket counts, summary reports, and other inventory reporting of guest admissions

Professionally assist guests with determining seat location, escort guests to seat locations if required

Familiarity with the information and facilities located at each venue where they are posted

Serve where needed or as support to other tasked team members at each event

Coordinate with facility staff as appropriate

Communicate with event staff and supervisor(s)

Observe and report matters of concern to the Field Supervisor and complete incident report forms on the same

Notify police, fire department or emergency medical services of problems if requested or otherwise warranted

Utilize two-way radio including safeguard of such radio or other issued equipment

Provide break relief when scheduled to other event staff including briefing such Event Staff upon their return




May use event vehicles "golf carts" when provided for events subject to completion of company training requirements

Walking significant distances as may be needed to arrive at assigned post, and walking up and down stairs

Check that all staff are wearing appropriate uniforms

Reliable transportation




High School Graduate or GED

18 Years or Older




Basic technology familiarity




Must be willing to work evenings, Holidays, and weekends

Must be willing to travel to off-site meetings, trainings, and events


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