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Staff Profiles

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Ozgur Topbas
Patrols Supervisor

​​​Ozgur arrived in Sydney from Turkey in 2004. In 2007 he began subcontracting as a Mobile Patrol Officer with Wilson Security. Shortly after he was invited to apply for a permanent role based in Melbourne. ​In 2011, Ozgur was promoted to his current role as Patrols Supervisor where he is responsible for much of the rostering and day-to-day liaison with the wider Victorian team.

Through Wilson Security, Ozgur has gone on to complete a Cash-in-Transit course, and a Certificate Four in Front Line Management and Customer Contact.

​"Whenever I need help, they help me out. I came up short when buying my first home, I was in trouble, I have no family here and didn't know who to ask for help. My managers and Wilson Security helped me and I will always appreciate that."

 
Varun Tanwar
Operations Manager, Patrols

​Varun’s is a success story we share with pride. He completed a Bachelor of Commerce in a small Indian town, before moving to the ‘big city’ of Melbourne in 2005. With limited English he worked at a café where it was suggested he undertake a security course. This led to a role as a Mobile Patrol Officer in a business bought by Wilson Security in 2009. ​

​The following four years saw a rapid rise through the ranks including as Team Leader, Patrol Supervisor and Duty Manager before Varun was appointed to Operations Manager, Patrols for the Victorian, Tasmania and ACT region. Varun’s aspirations include managing mobile patrols for the eastern seaboard. It’s certain nothing is beyond him. 

​“You’re appreciated and recognised for the work you do.”

 
Jadwiga Wark
Site Supervisor Concierge & Reception

​Jadwiga is testament to the fact that even without prior experience, you can build a long, rewarding and successful career in security. A housewife with an 18-month-old son and a husband who’d just lost his job, Jadwiga’s next door neighbour worked in the industry and encouraged her to give it a go.​More than twenty years later, Jadwiga still enjoys working in the game.​

She commenced with Wilson Security in April 2014 when the company acquired fellow security company ISS. For her, every day is diverse and challenging – an environment she thrives in, helping to take over 600 calls, managing gate house operations, and administrating access cards, not to mention taking advantage of great training opportunities.

​"Whilst I found it intimidating interviewing for my role after ISS was acquired by Wilson Security, I have respect for them for doing that. There are a lot more opportunities for training here. I'm starting my Certificate 4 in Risk Management."

 
Edwin James Mi Mi (Jim)
National Indigenous Engagement Manager

​After a long and rewarding operational career with the Australian Army Jim moved into developing, implementing and mentoring on Indigenous programs for the Defence Force. He also worked on the Woodside Browse Project in Broome where he was the Training and Development Coordinator of the Indigenous Static Guard Force for three years. Jim joined Wilson Security in 2014 originally with our Offshore Division in a training role in Papua New Guinea. ​

It quickly became apparent that Jim was a people person with a keen interest in the wellbeing of indigenous youth. “When the Indigenous Management Manager role became available at Wilson Security I jumped at the chance. I am keen to help Wilson Security make a real difference to the lives of Indigenous people”

​"Working with friendly and dedicated people has made this an enjoyable job and I hope to continue to develop this role to assist in achieving the goals of increasing more Indigenous employment within Wilson Security"

 
Marilyn Bulger
Operations Coordinator

After 15 years working at Melbourne City Council as a by-laws officer, Marilyn had some time off. It was time to contemplate what to do next. Initially attracted by the flexibility of a casual role, Marilyn joined Wilson Security in 2000 as a casual in traffic management. However, she enjoyed her interactions with fellow staff so much that she eventually transferred to a permanent position. ​

After completing a security course in 2008, Marilyn moved to the National Operations Centre in the role of Operations Coordinator. Here Marilyn enjoys a rotating four-on, four-off roster. Her main responsibilities include customer service, alarm despatch and rostering.

​“I’m treated well; always treated with respect. And the flexibility — I’m also a carer — If I need to change my roster to attend an appointment they’re always flexible.”