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Make a Difference in your Community

Every Paladin uniform represents action in the name of safety! Making a difference in our communities and people’s lives through a people-first approach, accountability, and powerful engagement with the public is what Paladin is all about.

Company-Paid Training and Mentorships

We take great pride in being the leading training organization in the security industry, teaching others who have little or no previous experience in security and equipping them to help others, care for themselves, and create a safe environment. Our company-paid and on-the-job training ensure that newcomers to security are ready to perform with the tools and confidence they need to succeed. We even help you prepare for provincial licensing exams and tests.


Here is a guide on how to become a Security Officer and a downloadable template for writing the ideal Security Guard resume.


Rewarding & Fulfilling Careers

At Paladin, our motto is simple: To make the world a safer & friendlier place.


Through our empathy-led security model, we take the time to go above and beyond because we know that our actions have an impact by putting our best foot forward and being approachable. 


Enjoy a rewarding career, job stability, flexible employee-driven schedules, and comprehensive benefits. If you are in your retirement years or thinking about your retirement plan and want to make a supplementary income, learn new skills, and positively impact your community; then Paladin Security is the right place for you.

"With Paladin, I did not retire;

I RE-FIRED on all cylinders."

Careers that work with you

Access Control

A Concierge is responsible for conducting regulated access control into the restricted and critical areas inside and outside a facility. This position requires strong social perceptiveness and customer service skills. You will play a vital role in interacting with people every day and being that first point of contact when they arrive at your site. All concierges are trained on all entrances/gates and must be able to rotate through positions on a regular basis.

Security Officer

Do you love solving problems or brightening someone’s day? Security Officers are part of our customer service teams at shopping centres, post-secondary campuses, office towers, government buildings, and other facilities. Our Officers at these facilities conduct regular foot patrols, monitor CCTV cameras, provide first aid, work alongside emergency services, write detailed incident reports, and more!

You are a great fit if you:

  • Provide exceptional customer service with an exceptional smile. 
  • Have strong communication skills.
  • Hold a valid First Aid/CPR certification or are willing to obtain it.
  • Are eligible to work in Canada.
  • Having relevant experience and a valid security license are considered an asset. If not, you’re in luck! We will help you acquire your security license and even pay for it.  


Ambassadors report to the Site Security Lead and will focus on providing a customer-focused liaison role. It is centred on proactive engagement by employing appropriate verbal intervention strategies through people-focused, respectful, and supportive interactions to promote a safe environment. 

"Life goes on, and so does your career!"

Comprehensive benefits

  • Extended Health and Dental Coverage
  • Life and AD&D (Accidental Death & Dismemberment) Insurance
  • Employee Assistance Program
  • Career Exploration for Those Interested in Law Enforcement
  • Recognition and Rewards Program
  • Employee Referral Program


Do I need security license or experience to be considered?

You do not need a security license or experience to be considered. Paladin will provide information on the licensing process to all those who are interested.

What does it take to become a Security Officer?

Check out our blog on How to Become a Security Guard. This article provides some tips to help you answer some of the most common questions related to becoming a security guard:

  • - How do I get a security guard licence?
  • - How long do you have to go to school to be a security guard?
  • - How much does it cost to become a security guard?

Paladin Cares

How we’re making the world a friendlier place

We know you care, and so do we, having a positive impact on diverse communities is important both where we live and where we work. Paladin’s Four Seasons of Giving approach to charity maintains a year-round commitment from all our branches coast-to-coast. Each season marks a different corporate initiative, with individual branches supporting several local organizations and programs that are of significance to team members. 


Paladin is passionate about our support of the Canadian Cancer Society and their Daffodil Campaign. Cancer has touched many of our families and friends, and we're proud to say Paladin has raised over $500,000 for this worthy cause.


Paladin has committed to donating a minimum of 100 pints of blood in support of the Canadian Blood Services. Branches compete to see who can donate the most, which last year resulted in us nearly reaching our annual goal in a single day.


Mental health is a huge part of our lives, our work, and our communities. Dollar a Day helps us raise money to support local charities that focus on mental health. Each of our branches commits to raising a dollar a day ($365/year) and in the fall, each of our regions will pick a charity to receive our donations.


The season of giving marks our commitment to children through Make-A-Wish Canada. Their mission is to grant children with life-threatening medical conditions hope, strength, and joy. Paladin raises money annually to help one special child’s wish come true.

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