First established in 1968, G4S is Ireland's largest employer in the fields of security and service solutions that include cleaning, fire systems, alarm monitoring, cash conveyance and a host of ancillary support services to the business community.
Today G4S employs almost 3000 people in the Republic of Ireland and has an annual turnover in excess of €100 million. We have operational centres in Dublin, Cork, Limerick, and Athlone and shared services with our Cash Conveyance Division in many other towns throughout Ireland. We are also active in cross border business development with our colleagues from G4S (UK) in Belfast, Northern Ireland.
G4S Secure Solutions (Ireland) Limited operates in 5 broad areas of business - Guarding Services, Security & Fire Systems, Monitoring & Response, Support Services and Cash Conveyance. We can offer
For those of you who may be thinking that a career in the security industry isn't dynamic enough think again! There are very many reasons why G4S is a great employer.
For starters, its hard to comprehend what a massive scale we work on and the exciting areas we work in, As such we have an amazing variety of stimulating, rewarding and exciting opportunities that provide our people with career longevity, variety and fulfilment. Career prospects at G4S are second to none, and internal promotion is a key part of our culture.
We may be large, but we will always endeavour to treat our employees as individuals and give them every opportunity to flourish. When we do see potential, at any level, we will do our utmost to develop that potential by providing the necessary support and training. We give people the freedom to deliver and the people that thrive at G4S are those who like to take accountability, responsibility and share our passion for excellence.
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G4S Secure Solutions (Ire) Limited is a leading international security services company operating in some 120 countries around the world with over 620,000 employees. We are currently the largest security company in Ireland.