Timekeepers Gate Guarding Basic Information Regarding Gate Guarding
- Must have RV
- Must be at least 21 years of age
Paperwork and level II Security test must be done at the office in Boerne, Texas (test is open book consisting of 50 multiple choice questions).
Must obtain non-commissioned security license. (application is done from the Boerne office online and license is good for 2 years).
License fee is $58.00 per license and will need to be paid on-line to the State of Texas at time of application by auto draft from your checking account or by Credit/debit card. (Done at time of on-line application from the Boerne office)
You will have to bring your Driver’s License, or State ID card and one of the following: Social Security Card, Passport, or Birth Certificate.
You can work while waiting for your license as long as your application has been submitted to the State.
The State requires you to get your digital fingerprints done and sent with the application. The fee for fingerprinting is $9.95 plus tax each and is paid directly to the L1 facility doing the fingerprinting by check or money order. Please let us know if you would like this information.
We require that there be 2 people on a 24-hour gate available to work due to the possibility of working shifts. (Many of the gates are operated 24 hours during the drilling phase)
You will need to work out of your own RV.
We will need to know the size of your RV. (Some of the locations are small)
Supplied by Timekeepers:
- 8KW generator (30 to 50 amp)
- 200 gallon water tank filled with non-potable water
- Water and fuel refilled once a week
- Septic cleaned out every other week.
Supplied by You:
- 2 outdoor floodlights and extension cords to light the gate and working area.
- The lights we recommend are Utilitech (reddish in color). They are on a stand with 2 lights 500 watts. (you need to purchase 2 of these)
- The lights are approximately $35 – 40 dollars each
- You will need to purchase extra bulbs.
- The extension cords should be one (1) 50 foot and one (1) 25 foot. These can be purchased at Lowes or Home Depot.
- Drinking Water
- Pens and a clipboard
- Per State requirements Uniforms must be worn at all times. NO EXCEPTIONS.
- Uniform is a polo type shirt with collar and short sleeves (no t-shirts or tank tops). We will provide a security vest. You will need to purchase on you own a pair of khaki or nice jean pants or shorts (no holes). Closed toe shoes are required to be worn with the uniform. No sandals or flip flops.
- Check in and out all vehicles entering or exiting the ranch or location on the Vehicle log.
- Gate is to be closed at all times and immediately after allowing entry/departure. The majority of the ranches we monitor have cattle and/or wildlife.
- One person may leave the site while the other mans the gate.
- Dogs are permitted on most sites but must remain on a short leash.
- No alcohol, drugs, or weapons on site. NO EXCEPTIONS
- The job locations are throughout Texas or Northern Louisiana. The majority being in south west Texas between the Carrizo Springs area across to the Cotulla area down to the Mexico border.
- We do not know the location until the oil and gas company requests monitoring.
- Drilling: Most jobs last 30 – 45 days but could be longer
- Completion: Jobs could last months and activity decreases.
- If time off is needed we can replace you at the gate with reasonable notice and put you back into the schedule rotation upon notice of your return.
- At this time we have a waiting list.
- Once on the waiting list it can take 4-5 weeks before you are placed at a gate. It is at the oil company’s discretion when they need gate attendants. Due to the quick response needed by the oil companies we have to have a waiting list and ask that you are approximately 2 hours from the area where jobs are starting.
- Payday is every other Friday and paid by Direct Deposit.
This is not a complete list and you may call for any additional information. 210-460-9892 or 830-537-3623
Tier One Security is an equal opportunity employer. This application will not be used for limiting or excluding any applicant from consideration for employment on a basis prohibited by local, state, or federal law. Applicants requiring reasonable accommodation in the application and/or interview process should notify a representative of the organization.