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Flex Security Guard
Cascadia Global SecurityLubbock, TX
Advancement opportunities personal protection, executive security, and management potential
$16 an hour Full-time
Licensed Security Officer
Cascadia Global SecurityLubbock, TX
Armed Security Guard: 1 year (Preferred)
$10 - $11 an hour
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Armed Security Specialist We Hire Veterans Currently Hiring
Cascadia Global SecurityLubbock, TX
License: Texas Armed Security Guard (Required)
$15 - $16.5 an hour
Operations Deputy - Supervisor
Cascadia Global SecurityLubbock, TX
License: Security Guard (Preferred)Armed Security Guard (Preferred)
Starting at $40,000 a year
Security Specialist - We Hire Veterans - Customer Service
Cascadia Global SecurityLubbock, TX
Experience: Customer Service, 1 year (Preferred)Armed Security Guard, 1 year (Preferred)Military, 3 years (Preferred)Security Guard, 1 year (Preferred)
$10 - $11.5 an hour
Security Officer Level 2
Cascadia Global Security LlcLubbock, TX
In return, expect some of the highest pay rates and best benefits in the industry.
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Security Officer
Cascadia Global Security LLCLubbock, TX
Shift is 6pm-7am · FLSA status: Non-Exempt About Us: Cascadia Global Security (CGS) is a veteran owned security services company in the Pacific Northwest.
$11 - $12 an hour Full-time/part-time
Security Specialist
Cascadia Global Security LLCLubbock, TX
Cascadia Global Security (CGS) is a veteran owned security services company in the Pacific Northwest.
$10 - $11 an hour Part-time
Security
Cascadia Global Security LLCLubbock, TX
Advancement opportunities personal protection, executive security, and management potential.
$11.5 an hour Full-time

Company: cascadia global security in Lubbock, TX

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