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  51 Progress Street,
  Union, NJ 07083
  Tel: (866) 699-9058

Thank you for your interest in Strike Force Protective Services; Strike Force of New Jersey (“Strike Force”). We are a licensed organization governed by the respected states where employment is provided. We are compliant with all federal and individual state employment and security laws, contractual requirements and the fair credit reporting act.

Strike Force strives to recruit only the best and brightest talent from all available sources. When vacancies occur, employment opportunities include:

  Administrative Personnel
  Concierge Representatives
  Customer Service Representatives
  Executive Protection Agents
  Event Security
  Loss Prevention Agents
  Off Duty Officers
  Patrol Officers
  Polygraph Operators
  Private Investigators
  Security Officer, Armed
  Security Officer, Unarmed

Completion of our application and pre-employment process includes providing valid contact information, social security number, ten years of residence history, up to ten years employment history, educational information, licensing and professional credential information and any other work assignment and job requirements information requested.

To be considered for employment, please complete all sections of the on-line application process. Your application will then be reviewed. If your availability and qualifications match the requirements of our current openings, we will contact you to arrange an interview. Please do not call regarding the status of your application.


To be considered for employment with Strike Force, Security Officers must meet our MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS and QUALITY STANDARDS as listed below:


  At least 18 years of age or older as required by applicable law or contractual requirements
  High school diploma / GED or at least 10 years of verifiable work experience
  Ability to provide proof of ability to work in the United States
  At least one verifiable employer
  Ability to read, write and speak English and communicate effectively both orally and in writing
  Ability to interact with the public in a direct and professional manner
  Ability to perform the essential functions of the position with or without reasonable accommodation
  No negative results on the pre-employment drug screen
  Ability to successfully complete Strike Force’s Security Officer Basic Course and exam
  Ability to provide quality customer service daily as well as handle crisis situations efficiently and effectively at a client site.


Quality is meeting and/or exceeding our customer and Strike Force Protective Services expectations and standards for service and value.

Strike Force Security Officers:

  Always come to work and are on time
  Have a neat, professional appearance
  Have a friendly and professional demeanor
  Are good communicators
  Understand and successfully execute Post Orders
  Are capable of handling typical issues and problems professionally
  Have a reliable and clean motor vehicle
  Has access to an active an fully functional cellular phone
  Has access the internet and daily access to their own email address


Many states require that the State Division of Licensing provides the security officer with a state license. If you currently hold a valid license, please bring a copy to your interview. In some states, transfer and new license fees may be required. In many cases, Strike Force Protective Services recruiting staff can assist in processing your application to the appropriate state agency and, if it is available, licensing fees can be paid through a payroll deduction.


Men – Conventional haircut, a natural color, collar length in the back, less than half the ear covered on the side. Neat, closely trimmed and groomed beard and mustache (if allowed at the client site). No earrings or piercing to be worn while on duty.

Women – Conventional haircut, a natural color; if shoulder length or longer, must be pulled back for safety. Post-type earrings no larger than a dime may be worn. No other visible piercing while on duty.

Strike Force Protective Services will make reasonable accommodations for appearance for religious reasons in accordance with state and federal law.

Your company-issued ID card is also considered part of your uniform and must be worn at all times. If you leave the company, you must surrender your ID card and any items that you have not paid for, in acceptable condition.


Medical, dental and life insurance are offered at most sites to full-time employees. Full-time employees enjoy paid vacation, paid holidays and, along with part-time employees, a 401(k) plan, referral bonuses and direct deposit.

IF YOU ARE CALLED FOR AN INTERVIEW, come dressed appropriately and be prepared with the following information:

  Photo ID - Driver’s license or State ID, School ID or Military ID or passport
  Documentation that indicates you are legally authorized to work in the United States, as listed on and required for completion of the I9 form
  Original or a certified copy of High School or College diploma or GED
  DD214 (Military Service Discharge)
  Valid Security License or Guard Card (where applicable)
  Other documentation as requested

NOTE: All Strike Force recruiters and human resource professionals use an e-mail addresses that end in “”. Communications from e-mail addresses that do not conform to this format are not authorized by Strike Force.

Thank you for your interest in Strike Force Protective Services.

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