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What is the role of a Nightclub Security Officer - Bouncer?
A Nightclub Security Officer Bouncer's duties are to provide security, to check legal age and drinking age, to refuse entry for intoxicated persons, and to deal with aggressive behavior or non-compliance with statutory or establishment rules. They are civilians and they are often hired directly by the venue, rather than by a security firm.
Most nightclubs have a comprehensive security plan to help ensure the safety of club patrons and allow them to enjoy themselves at the club. "Doormen" or "door girls" are an important part of this security plan and they may be assigned bouncer duties.
Doormen and door girls are typically the first club employees you meet when entering and the last people you see when leaving a club. Their bouncer duties may include controlling access to the club and providing security for the crowd inside the establishment and outside the door.
IDs and Security
A doorman ensures that each patron is old enough to legally enter the club by checking each guest's identification, according to the job site Pay Scale. He may also collect tickets or an admission cover charge. A club security job description might also using portable metal detectors or patting down guests as they enter to prevent them from bringing weapons into the club. If a patron is clearly intoxicated, causing trouble while waiting in line or has caused trouble at the club in the past, the doorman can refuse to admit the troublemaker.
What skills does a bouncer need?
Refined crowd management and problem-solving abilities. Unrivaled observational and conflict management skills. Capacity to be stern, as required. Excellent verbal communication abilities.
What are the responsibilities of the door staff at a nightclub?
Job Description of a Club Front Doorman
IDs and Security. A doorman ensures that each patron is old enough to legally enter the club by checking each guest's identification, according to the job site Pay Scale.
Handling Upset Customers.
Greetings and Crowd Control.