The official term for this job role is Door Supervisor. Typically, they provide security, check legal age, refuse entry to intoxicated persons and deal with non-compliant behaviour. Become a Nightclub Doorman and earn up to £25 / hr.
You must have a valid SIA (Security Industry Authority) licence before you can work in the security industry as a Nightclub Doorman. The relevant licence for this career is the SIA Door Supervisor Licence which you can apply for after successfully completing and passing the SIA Door Supervisor course.
Start a successful career as a Nightclub Doorman by following these steps:
This is the first step to become a Nightclub Doorman.
The course consists of three multiple choice exams and a physical assessment.
You can apply for your licence through the postoffice after passing the course
Once you have your licence, you can start applying for Nightclub Doorman jobs in your area
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Nightclub doorman may have a varying degree of responsibilities depending on the employer they work for. The most common duties of a Nightclub doorman include the following:
Nightclub doormen usually have a very dynamic job description and you should expect to fill gaps wherever necessary.
With any career, how much you earn depends on your level of experience and skills accumulated. Nightclub Doormen wage rates usually fall in one of three experience levels:
New entrants to the security industry working as Nightclub Doormen can expect to earn between £10 and £15 per hour. High end and members only club tend to pay more.
Mid-level experienced professional
As an experienced mid-level professional, a Nightclub Doorman can earn anywhere between £15 to £25 per hour. Larger clubs and premises tend to pay more.
At this level, you can expect to earn £25+ per hour.