Have you considered joining Protective Services Group?

Meet Senior Protective Service Officer Michelle Moore.

Michelle, who has a background working as a flight attendant said she wanted to make a difference and learn and grow as person.

“I decided to work for Protective Services Group because I wanted to make a difference,” she said.

“It’s a rewarding job. It is a great environment to work in, if you are thinking of joining, you have nothing to lose.”

Protective Services Group (PSG) is an operational unit of the Security and Counter-Terrorism Command providing Queenslanders with efficient, effective, and ethical security services to Queensland Government clients across the state.

PSG is an essential role that keeps Government assets and buildings safe and assists both the Queensland community and frontline police.

PSG offers a diverse range of career opportunities and working arrangements throughout Queensland.

It is a rewarding career with job security and ample opportunity for career development.


Four Protective Services Officers are smiling at the camera in the reception of a building.

Protective security officer recruits complete a four-week comprehensive training program at the QPS Academy which covers operational skills and tactics training, security legislation, and organisational policies and procedures.

Once a member of PSG, there are opportunities to undertake further training and other professional development courses to progress and enhance your career in areas such as technical skills, leadership and management.

PSG is recruiting Protective Service Officers (PSOs) across Queensland.

To find out why we consider the QPS Protective Services Group to be a great career choice visit www.protectiveservicesgroup.qld.gov.au.

To apply for the role of a PSO, please visit Smart jobs.


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