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Thriving in the West: Optic Security Group celebrates growth with new Perth office and a promotion

Optic Security Group is thrilled to announce the internal promotion of Patrick Hill to Operations Manager for the booming Western Australian market. With an extensive background in the security sector and a proven track record of successful projects, Patrick is set to lead the company's efforts in Perth, known by some as “the most isolated city in the world”.


Having accumulated over a decade of project experience, Patrick is a seasoned professional who has worked with major clients across data centres, universities, education, and healthcare. His dedication to excellence is underscored by his training with US foreign security agencies, where he contributed to a wireless network security project implemented in Western Australia.


Patrick currently heads a team of three specialist technicians, including Ean Wheeler, Matt Withnell & Shaun Jones, with recruitment to expand the team further currently underway. Ensuring we meet the needs of our high-calibre client base, the Optic team is complemented by a small number of local subcontractors. The team is also complemented by Customer Experience & Key Account Manager Bindi Johnston who works alongside an Australia-wide border agency client, plus the group's National Solutions Estimator Russel Walker.


The Group's focus on key sectors such as border and port operations, mining, resources, data centres, and tertiary education, has positioned it as a sought-after partner for large maintenance contracts. The team's dedication to service excellence aligns with the Group's commitment to becoming an integral part of the Perth region's business landscape.


Above: Optic Security Group Operations Manager Patrick Hill (Left) and Darwin-based Regional Manager NT, WA Jobe Rout (Right) tour the new Optic Security Group office in Malaga, Perth.


Reporting to Regional Manager West (NT & WA) Jobe Rout, Patrick and his team are strategically positioning themselves for sustained growth, mirroring the success of Optic Security Group's Northern Territory operations. With its strong foothold in core business operations, Optic has seamlessly integrated itself into the operations of clients such as NT Police, Darwin Airport, and NT Government Hospitals.


Jobe expressed his confidence in the Perth operations, anticipating they will follow the trajectory of success achieved elsewhere. “Patrick and his experienced team are focused on securing large service and maintenance contracts, and laying the groundwork for future solution integration projects,” he said. The new Optic Security Group office located at 70 Malaga Drive, Malaga, is definitely open for business.


As Optic Security Group continues to expand its presence in the Western Australian market, our new and Patrick's promotion underscores the company's commitment to providing top-notch security solutions and becoming a trusted partner for businesses, large enterprise, and critical infrastructure in the region’s future.



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