Finding a Job you Love

It is no secret that Toronto, and a lot of the world, is in the midst of a staffing crisis.

Work is easy to find for those willing to get up off the couch these days.

While these past two years have taught us a lot about priorities and personal well being, at the end of the day, the bills aren’t going to pay themselves.

And what better way to pay the bills by finding something you love, immersing yourself in it and making it your job?!

With summer rapidly approaching, the world is quickly turning on its heels to once again open up and make another attempt at normalcy.

Events are coming back, concerts are coming back, everything is coming back.

And things are coming back bigger and better than ever.

Our event and concert venue divisions are quite literally bursting at the seams and we need your help!

In the industry that we are in, while historically we’ve been very heavily event based on weekends, we’re finding with concerts coming into the picture, we have availability for staff 7 days a week.

We love part timers.

If you have another job, or are in school and are looking to pick up some work on the evenings and weekends – we can work around your availability.

With our wide variety of clients, we have space in all divisions to work in condos, hotels, restaurants, event venues, and especially concert venues.

If you love live music, while working won’t give you the full experience of watching the concert, it will give you the opportunity to overhear some of the biggest and best names in music this summer – not to mention some up and comers and everything in between.

In between the excitement of concerts, you may find yourself at weddings, private events, markets, and a number of other events.

After two years of relative quiet in an industry that is best served by togetherness, the world wants back at the things that we have missed most.

As we edge seemingly closer to the end of this pandemic, the world is longing for the old normal.

Summer afternoons and nights spent on patios, nights out with friends at a concert.

Over the top beautiful weddings where friends and family gather to celebrate loved ones.

Birthday parties.

Dinners out with friends.

Street parties and festivals.

Parades, reunions, and picnics.

The world wants it all and event coordinators are cramming their calendars with requests to make up for the past two years of quiet.

While understandably security isn’t a world for everyone – for those interested, this is a career that could take you to places you might not otherwise get to go.

See things you might not normally get to see.

This could launch you into a career in policing or higher up in the ranks of the security industry.

The ceiling is high here and our Sentinel family is welcoming.

Training is paid and we offer additional training throughout the year should you ever want to expand on your skills or perhaps learn something new.

Our team comes from a variety of security and policing backgrounds and will happily impart the knowledge and skills they’ve learned over the years to anyone willing to learn.

If you are looking for even a summer job, our recruitment team can discuss options for you and your future.

You never know, what could start as a summer job could turn into a life time career.




Guest Blogger Rayna Davies

Rayna is the Office Manager at Sentinel Security, as well as the main blog contributor.

With foundations firmly routed in Business administration, Customer Service, and Management, she brings years of experience to her roles both within the Sentinel office, and the blog.

Having grown up with a father who has developed an expertise in Physical Security and Executive Protection in the RCMP and two major corporations, she has personally observed and experienced many security details.  These experiences have included personally meeting HM Queen Elizabeth, Prime Minister Jean Chretien and many celebrities.

Her passions include spending time with her husband and two young children, world travel, reading, writing, and pushing herself to always look for the silver lining.