Lead Trainer – Medic/Combat Lifesaver Course ,Iraq

EmployerEJ White and Associates
Location:  Baghdād, Iraq

Job Description
Lead Trainer – Medic/Combat Lifesver Course

Background: The Government of Iraq (GoI) in coordination with the US Government (USG) is procuring various types of equipment (equipment list provided as Technical Exhibit E through Foreign Military Sales as part of the Iraqi Army Modernization program. The procurement of equipment, and services includes: major end items, support equipment, spares, special tools, communication equipment, field support representatives, and new equipment training.

Scope of Work: The Iraq RGB SAT, also known as the Extended Training Service Specialist Team (ETSS), shall provide the initial introduction of the operating parameters and maintenance requirements for the various types of equipment being procured to modernize the Iraqi Army. The ETSS will train Iraqi Officers, Soldiers, Maintenance Managers and Maintainers on the operation and maintenance of the equipment. Additionally the ETSS will train an Iraqi cadre to be capable of conducting future training independently (Train the Trainer).

shall conduct Medic/Combat Lifesaver Course for up to 24 Iraqi students. Training shall include all unclassified tasks conducted at US Army Medic/Combat Lifesaver course but will be tailored specifically to the Iraq RGB. Training will also include Ambulance Driver and Operator training

Lead Trainers: Retired/ former senior military NCO (E7 or above to include Warrant Officers),with extensive experience. Have experience in following Army Military Operational Specialties (MOS) or military equivalent: 68W. Must also have experience as a US Army or Military Instructor.

Expected start date Oct 2012, two months CONUS Prep, 10 Months OCONUS mission execution

Location:
City: Beneslawa
Country: Iraq

Expected start date Oct 2012, two months CONUS Prep, 10 Months OCONUS mission execution

How to Apply
Send resumes to: ejwhite@ejwhq.com

Salary and benefits package discussed during call backs

Security manager (Cash Services Division) , Canada

Employer: G4S Secure Solutions ( Canada ) Ltd.
Salary: $50,000.00 to $60,000.00 Hourly for 40 hours per week, As per collective agreement, Medical Benefits, Dental Benefits, Disability Benefits, Group Insurance Benefits
Anticipated Start Date: As soon as possible
Location: Edmonton, Alberta (3 vacancies )

Skill Requirements:
Education: Completion of high school, Some college/CEGEP/vocational or technical training, Some university
Experience: 3 years to less than 5 years
Languages: Speak English, Read English, Write English
Staff Responsibility: 1 - 20
Budgetary Responsibility: 0 - $100,000
Specific Skills: Plan, organize and direct daily operations, Advise senior management
Additional Skills: Train, direct and motivate staff
Security and Safety: Bondable, Basic security clearance, Criminal record check, Credit check

Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities: Fast-paced environment, Work under pressure, Tight deadlines, Attention to detail
Transportation/Travel Information: Own transportation, Public transportation is available
Ability to Supervise: 20 people or less
Essential Skills: Reading text, Oral communication, Working with others, Problem solving, Decision making, Critical thinking, Job task planning and organizing, Continuous learning


How to Apply:Please apply for this job only in the manner specified by the employer. Failure to do so may result in your application not being properly considered for the position.

By E-mail: nancy.gordos@ca.g4s.com

Advertised until: 2012/09/10

Physical Surveillance Instructor

EmployerDownrange Operations and Training LLC 
Location – Anywhere
Physical Surveillance Instructor

Job Description: Seeking SOF and/or Law Enforcement personnel with documented teaching and operational experience in advanced surveillance, counter surveillance, surreptitious entry operations and vehicle acquisition training. Training will be conducted in both formal and informal settings. A culminating exercise scenario with full AAR presentation detailing the training conducted and lessons learned is required for each class. Will be responsible for planning and conducting real-time, real life urban exercise in Government approved major metropolitan areas and rural areas as required with known and unknown facilities. Will be responsible for assisting in the development of a Plan of Instruction (POI).

Qualifications: Must have knowledge and teaching experience in current SOF Tactics, Techniques, and Procedures (TTP’s)
2. Must have experience in physical surveillance (foot patrol) with a minimum of 10+ years of law enforcement surveillance operations experience

How to Apply
Email: catie.smith@downrangeopns.com

Kennel Master

Position: Kennel Master
Reports Directly to: Regional Manager
FLSA Status: Non-Exempt

Summary:
American K-9 Detection Services, LLC has been awarded contracts and is currently hiring experienced Kennel Masters for deployment overseas to Afghanistan and Iraq. These deployments are for up to one year in duration and may have an option for further commitment beyond initial deployment. These projects offer a competitive pay and compensation package. These are immediate openings with training and deployments occurring over the next several weeks.

Kennel Master Qualifications:
• Minimum of 6 years experience handling Military Working Dogs or Police Service Canines
• Minimum of 4 years experience as a Kennel Master (IAW AR 190-12)
• Experience as a Handler and Kennel Master can run concurrent
• Must be able to apply and be approved for a valid US Passport before deployment

Contact information:
Phone: 407.333.8848
Fax: 407.333.8846

To apply for this position, email Recruiting by Clicking Here

Canine Trainer

American K-9 Detection Services, LLC has been awarded contracts and is currently hiring experienced K9 Trainers deployment overseas to Afghanistan and Iraq. These deployments are for up to one year in duration and may have an option for further commitment beyond initial deployment. These projects offer a competitive pay and compensation package. These are immediate openings with training and deployments occurring over the next several weeks.

Trainer Qualifications:
• Minimum of 4 years experience as a K9 Handler.
• Must be third party trained (i.e. Prior military training from the 341st CWDTS or Municipal Government Sponsored Canine Handler’s Course)
• Minimum of 2 years experience as a Narcotics or Explosives Detection Handler
• Must be able to apply and be approved for a valid US Passport before deployment

Contact information:
Phone: 407.333.8848
Fax: 407.333.8846

To apply for this position, email Recruiting by Clicking Here

Kennel Boss - Kabul, Afghanistan

Employer: AMK9

SUMMARY:
The Kennel Boss is directly responsible for maintaining the kennels and reports directly to the assigned Regional KM/PM and/or Regional Training Manager.

ESSENTIAL DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
Assist Afghanistan based Regional Project Management Team (PMO) in effectively maintaining the Kennels to AMK9 contractual standards. Essential Duties may include but are not limited to;
Caring and maintaining the kennels
Conducting daily kennel care for unassigned CWDs or conducting kennel care as directed by the KM/PM or Training Manager. This includes maintaining CWD’s diet
Coordinating the daily health checks and grooming of CWDs that are assigned to Handlers out of the country or otherwise unavailable
Immediately reporting any health issues or behavioral issues
Maintaining the break areas
Ensuring the CWD food is rotated and of good quality
Disinfecting all kennels
Strictly adhering to AMK9 Training Standard Operation Procedures (SOPs)
Ensuring all assigned equipment is being properly maintained, Saf, and in good working order
Ability to create, to maintain, and prepare records and reports
Able to perform tasks with minimal oversight
Possess strong organizational, time management, and analytical skills
Must be able to multi-task

COMPETENCIES:
To perform the job successfully, an individual should;
Interpersonal Skills – Focuses on solving conflict, not blaming; maintains confidentiality.
Oral Communication – Listens and gets clarification; responds well to questions.
Written Communication – Writes clearly and informatively; edits works for spelling and grammar; varies writing style to meet needs; able to read and interpret written information.
Teamwork – Balances team and individual responsibilities; contributes to building a positive team spirit.
Professionalism – Accepts responsibility for own actions; follows through on commitments.
Quality – Demonstrates accuracy and thoroughness; looks for ways to improve and promote quality.
Dependability – Follows instructions, responds to management direction; commits to long hours of work when necessary to reach goals.
Initiative – Takes independent actions and calculated risks; asks for and offers help when needed
Have international/cross-cultural experiences
Have proven high levels of integrity.

SUPERVISORY RESPONSIBILITIES:
This position has no supervisory responsibilities at the Program Level.

EDUCATION AND/OR EXPERIENCE:
High school diploma or general education degree (GED)
Six months experience working with animals is desirable
Requires thorough knowledge of animal handling skills, animal behavior, and animal care
United States citizen and able to deploy oversees.
Valid driver’s license

LANGUAGE SKILLS:
Ability to read and comprehend simple instructions, short correspondence, and memos
Ability to write simple correspondence
Ability to effectively present information to co-workers and the military

MATHEMATICAL SKILLS:
Ability to add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure, using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals

WORK ENVIRONMENT:
The work environment characteristics described here are representative of those an employee encounters while performing the essential duties of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable
individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

Send your resume to AMK9 at: careers@amk9.com

Apply

Senior Security Command Center Executive , Qatar

Senior Security Command Center Executive
Parsons International
Doha, Qatar
Ref: HP094-709

The Role
We are looking for an excellent Senior Security Command Center Executive to work on our multi-billion dollar project in Doha, Qatar.
You will monitor compliance with information security policies and procedures.
Reporting Information, overseeing and managing daily activities such as account maintenance and activity report reviews.
Review all security related activity to ensure service levels are being met and has also worked on a infrastructure project.

Requirements
10+ years of Security or Military experience with a minimum of 5 years at the supervisory level.
An Excellent knowledge of written and spoken English level 5. Arabic speaking would be an asset. Good communication skills both orally and written with complimentary computer skills with MS Office, Security Applications.
A certified Protection Professional (CPP) or equivalent experience or certification is desirable.
Capability to attend training courses and development programs.
Western Educated, Arabic./English speaking Minimum completion of Secondary education (12 years) followed by formal training in security or military operations. A Post-secondary diploma or degree in Security in Management or equivalent to would be an asset. A Bachelors degree is preferred.

Contact:
Address Al Otayba Building
Sheikh Hamdan Street
5498
UAE

Floor: 16th Floor
City: Abu Dhabi
Tel: +971 2-614-2416
Fax: +971 2-621-8984
Email: parsons@parsons.ae

Supervisor – Security , Abu Dhabi UAE

Cleveland Clinic Abu Dhabi
Abu Dhabi, UAE
Ref: KP977-95
JOB SUMMARY


This position is responsible for providing supervision, training and counsel to security personnel and managing routine and non-routine conflict incidents and other situations at CCAD.

PRIMARY DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES
- Directs and evaluates the performance of security personnel
- Performs duties in high-pressure situations that require immediate response and appropriate action
- Assists with establishing work schedules based on manpower availability, posts to be covered and other factors impacting operational needs
- Participates in performance management and employee counseling
- Provides assistance to security personnel and monitors performance standards
- Maintains a knowledge of relevant laws and regulations for police and security conduct

EXPERIENCE REQUIREMENTS
- Minimum of three to five (3-5) years full-time law enforcement experience is required
- Knowledge of laws relating to arrest, search and seizure
- Strong oral and written communication skills
- Ability to speak and write in both English and Arabic is required
- Health care industry experience is preferred
- Managerial and/or supervisory experience is preferred

EDUCATION REQUIREMENTS
- Bachelor’s degree in Criminal Justice or Law Enforcement, or related field, is preferred

For queries on career opportunities, email :  recruitment@clevelandclinicabudhabi.ae.

Security Lead , Oman

British Petroleum (BP)
Oman
Ref: KP754-169

The Role
Role synopsis:
Under the direction of MER Security Director provide security liaison and linkages between BP and the Oman security community; i.e. Royal Oman Police Oil & Gas Unit, PDO security, and other Oman government security organizations. Represent BP's security interests in Oman and support emergency response events and incidents. Provide input, support and deliver security plan with support and guidance of MER Security Director for all assets, projects and operations.

Key accountabilities:
*Coordination of day-to-day provision of security support services for the BP Office and support in identifying security related support for ex-pats
*Assist with security Risk Assessments, and update Security information for the country
*Together with MER Security Director, ensure that security threats are being managed within appropriate guidelines and expectations and with respect to local legal obligations
*Conducts and coordinates day-to-day security operational activities
*Drive conformance with Group Security's GRP and OMS Group Essentials. With support and guidance from the ME Region Security Director ensure the Security Action plan is implemented across the business and in the field
*Lead Information Security awareness
*Coordinate and work closely with external contractors' security functions to ensure risks are known and appropriately mitigated
*Manages and maintains oversight in the use of outsourced security contractors including security guards
*Support delivery of security policies and processes, e.g. Civil Crisis Plan, Security Alerts and direct support to the BP Warden System
*Ensure that all BP Oman sites receive relevant security information
*Inform BP Oman and MER Security management of all security incidents and report in accordance with BP policies
*Support investigations as required.
*Have a basic knowledge about Digital Security and provide IT security advice to protect digital assets in conjunction with the Digital Security network

Requirements
Essential Education:
-Educated to Degree standards, preferably in a security related field such as Military/Police BA OR similar level experience

Essential experience and job requirements:
-5 years experience in security related positions; e.g. ROP, military and have good contacts in the security community
-Good level of general computer literacy and competency in Microsoft Office
-This role is open for Omani nationals only.

Senior Security Analyst & Safety Coordinator - Kenya

Closing date: 21 Sep 2012
Employer: Danish Refugee Council

Nairobi, Kenya with frequent travel to Somalia

OVERALL OBJECTIVE:
The purpose of this position is to provide geopolitical analysis and write high quality security reports based on data provided by the Field Officers, targeting an audience of NGOs; support NGOs during crisis management.

The ability to interact with all parties while maintaining and emphasizing a position of principled political neutrality and operational independence is paramount.

BACKGROUND OF NSP:
The NGO Safety Program (NSP) for Somalia / Somaliland is a program created by NGOs, which aims at supporting International and National NGOs to operate safely and securely in Somalia / Somaliland. NSP, initially called the NGO Security Preparedness and Support (NGO SPAS), was established in 2004 by NGOs operating in Somalia / Somaliland. NSP is administratively and legally hosted by the Danish Refugee Council (DRC) to provide it with a legal and administrative framework, through which to fulfil its functions more efficiently, effectively and accountably.

NSP provides support to NGOs through four types of activities: Information and Analysis (Reports, briefs), Training (Personal security, capacity building of NGOs), Response (incident management support), SPU facilitation for Puntland and Somaliland.

NSP is funded by ECHO, DFID, SIDA, CHF. All NSP services are free of charge for NGOs.

KEY RESPONSIBILITIES
A) Management:
• Responsible for the management of NSP Field Staff, with a clear understanding of the pressures associated with operating in hostile environments (recruitment, appraisal, workplan, authorization of movement, missions orders, leave request disciplinary measures etc.)
• Responsible for the logistics and financial needs of the field staff in link with the Senior Administration and Finance Officer.

B) Analysis:
• Source, process and analyse complex information for the production of regular security reports (daily reports, weekly reports, specific advisories) for an NGO audience
• Ensure those reports are of high quality standards (writing, presentation, cross checking, reference notes)
• Participate / Produce briefings papers, position papers and other proposed supporting documents to NGOs.
• Participate / produce regular oral briefings to NGOs
• Provide specific advices to NGOs after validation of the request by the line manager
• Travel to Somalia (security permitting) to gather information and train field based staff
• Maintain a regular network of information (UN, governments, traditional leaders, etc.)
• Pro-actively propose, design and process new analysis tools, special reports, maps, etc...

C) Training & response:
• Participate on request to the training of NGOs in link with the Training Manager
• Participate on request to specific response in support of NGOs (evacuation, crisis management)

D) Strategy:
• Participate proactively to the definition of NSP strategy.
• On request, participate to the drafting of proposals based on that strategy.
• Follow-up the action plan based on the strategy and reports against it.
• Participate in the capitalization and the development of the Institutional memory of NSP.

E) Representation:
• On request from the line manager, participate to official meetings (Authorities, UN, NGOs)

F) Reporting:
• Prepare weekly reports (sitrep).
• Participate in staff meetings, analysis meetings and other requested internal meetings.
• Participate on request to the drafting of donor reports.
• Regularly brief and share information / analysis with other team members.

REPORTING ARRANGEMENTS
The position reports to the Information & Analysis Manager, and will manage the Field Officers (11 staff).

QUALIFICATIONS
• At least a Bachelor’s degree in Journalism, any social sciences. Master’s degree preferred.
• 5 years of experience in positions requiring high level information sourcing, processing, and analysis and reporting.
• Minimum 2 years of Somalia experience and proven experience of high quality reports production on the Somali context.
• Previous experience as an NGO or UN Security Focal Point is a strong added advantage
• Previous working experience with NGOs or UN in Somalia at a senior level is a strong added advantage
• Previous experience in security (UN, NGO or government institutions) at a management level is an added advantage
• Candidates having a strong journalistic background, strong demonstrated analytical skills, and experience specific to Somalia could be also considered

Skills and competences:
• Well-developed networks for information in Somalia and regional hubs such as Nairobi is mandatory
• Demonstrated capacity to work with minimal supervision and maintain a high level of engagement.
• Demonstrated leadership capacity and ability to maintain and motivate staff in a remote management environment.
• Demonstrated ability to source, analyze and process information
• Demonstrated ability to author well structured and well researched and analytically sound reports.
• Demonstrated ability in developing multi-media presentations.
• Demonstrated ability to make clear and articulate presentations of complex information.
• Calm and focused decision making.

Languages:
• English (working language): fluent with excellent writing capacities
• Somali (fluent) is a very strong advantage

Computer skills:
• Excellent knowledge of Word, Excel, PowerPoint, Internet
• GIS and / or mapping software basic knowledge is a plus (ArcGIS)

CONDITIONS
Availability: October 2012
Duty station: The position is based in Nairobi with frequent travel (50%) to Somalia. Somalia is a hazardous environment and the selected candidate must adhere to security precautions and contribute to the security of the team. The position requires the holder to be able to undertake tasking at short notice with due regard to the security environment. Contract: One year with possibility of extension. Salary and other conditions in accordance with the Danish Refugee Council’s Terms of Employment for Field Recruited Expatriates recruited by the Horn of Africa (HOA) Regional Office in Nairobi.

For general information about the Danish Refugee Council, please consult www.drc.dk, and for information about NSP please consult www.nspsomalia.org.

GENERAL

Commitments
DRC has a Humanitarian Accountability Framework, outlining its global accountability commitments. All staff are required to contribute to the achievement of this framework (http://www.drc.dk/HAF.4265.0.html)

APPLICATION PROCESS
NSP will manage the recruitment process according to the DRC recruitment procedures. Please forward letter of application and C.V. by email to info@somaliangoconsortium.org, with the subject heading “Senior Security Analyst and Safety Coordinator”, not later than 21. September 2012. Only applications that meet the minimum requirements and qualifications will be considered.

Program Manager, Safety and Security, South Sudan

Closing date: 30 Nov 2012
Employer: Samaritan's Purse

South Sudan - The Program Manager, Safety and Security will provide leadership to all security related issues for Samaritan’s Purse (SP) offices in South Sudan and related programming within the region. The Program Manager must ensure that all policies and procedures are adhered to for the safety of staff. Staff safety must be placed at the highest priority in conjunction with finding creative ways to accomplish program goals amidst challenging security situations.

RESPONSIBILITIES:
• Act as security focal point for SP South Sudan. • Understand and implement Samaritan’s Purse’s internal safety and security guidelines as well as donor regulations in relation to security. • Develop, manage, and maintain SP security systems. • Conduct security audits at each field location. • Conduct continuous threat and vulnerability assessments as well as program specific security assessments. • Assist Area Coordinators with cost effective, feasible solutions of compliance for security protocols. • Coordinate with area program managers in ensuring security protocols are adhered to in regular programming. • Develop and continually update contingency and evacuation plans for all areas of operation. • Conduct trainings and schedule drills that include: driver safety, fire prevention, travel, communications, emergency response, security and other related topics. • Develop working communications systems and enforce regular usage and upkeep. • Provide daily security updates to leadership as well as weekly and monthly summaries. • Collect and compile security information to provide a trend analysis quarterly. • Develop and maintain relationships and communication networks with key security contacts including: UN and International Non-Governmental Organizations (INGO) forums, Government Ministries and Bodies, Military, Church leaders, Local vendors, Beneficiaries, etc. • Take part in platforms of inter agency coordination bodies on relevant security issues. • Monitor potential and present emergencies and keep the Country Director informed of potential events, including crisis response options. • Attend daily morning devotions and participate in prayer support for the ministry, its donors and volunteers. • Maintain a strong Christian witness to colleagues, vendors, charitable beneficiaries, and the general public. • Assess, manage, and report critical physical, emotional, or spiritual concerns of supervised staff.

QUALIFICATIONS:
• Maintains a personal relationship with Jesus Christ. Is a consistent witness for Jesus Christ. • Bachelor's degree in a relevant field, Master's degree preferred. • One year of college-level Biblical studies is preferred. • A minimum of 3 years of experience working in Security or Safety, preferably with an INGO, Law Enforcement Agency or Fire Department. • Previous working experience in Sudan and other African countries is strongly preferred. • Basic knowledge of HF radio communications, SAT Phones, Codan and Cell phone burst messaging. • Experienced in cross-cultural team leadership; demonstrated ability and desire to train and build capacity of national staff. • Ability to coordinate activities with local organizations and establish working relationships with other NGOs. • Must be able to operate for extended periods in very austere conditions. • Arabic language skills are desirable.

24 month contract with the potential for renewal.

This is an unaccompanied post.

Mission Statement: Samaritan's Purse is a nondenominational evangelical Christian organization providing spiritual and physical aid to hurting people around the world. Since 1970, Samaritan's Purse has helped meet needs of people who are victims of war, poverty, natural disasters, disease, and famine with the purpose of sharing God's love through His Son, Jesus Christ. The organization serves the Church worldwide to promote the Gospel of the Lord Jesus Christ.

Distinct Objectives: The work of Samaritan’s Purse is marked by five distinct objectives, grounded in Scripture and biblical principles: PROCLAIM THE GOSPEL - EXALT Christ and share the Gospel while working in His Name around the world SERVE WITH EXCELLENCE - EXCEED the world’s standard while serving the purposes of God’s kingdom RESPOND WITH COMPASSIONATE ACTION - EXPEDITE our response to needs as the Lord reveals opportunities to minister DEMONSTRATE BIBLICAL INTEGRITY - EXHIBIT character and integrity personally, at home and work WALK IN BOLD FAITH - EXPECT God to do the impossible-- “God Room”

How to apply:
In order to apply, please go to http://www.samaritan.org/index.php/employment_listings/position_listing_... and click on "Apply Now"

Safety and Security Officer, Port-au-Prince, Haiti

Closing Date: Friday, 31 August 2012

General Description of the Programme: GOAL has been operational in Haiti since the earthquake on 12th January 2010. The programme is structured around two central pillars of Community Development and WASH. Security continues to be an important support function of our programme. The security situation in Haiti is stable but ever changing so the security function has a very important role to ensure that security risk to our programme is minimized to an acceptable level.

General Description of the Role: The Safety and Security Manager (SSM) will advise GOAL senior management in Port Au Prince on all safety and security related issues and ensure that the senior management team is kept informed of security developments and is in a position to take appropriate action when required. The SSM is responsible for ensuring that appropriate systems and procedures are in place to maximize the safety and security of all GOAL staff and that they are adhered to at all times. The SSM is responsible for working with programme managers at all levels to ensure that safety and security is mainstreamed into all areas of operations.

Overall Objectives of the position:
To ensure that appropriate systems and procedures are in place and are fully operational
To undertake regular threat assessments and risk analysis.
To ensure that all GOAL staff have a high awareness of the safety and security risks they face while working in Haiti and that they take all necessary steps to minimize the risks they face or to mitigate the impact of a safety or security event occurring.
To make sure that there is a balance between acceptance and protection security strategies.
To have overall management of the security department
To ensure that the appropriate security policy is in place in all areas of operation

This will be achieved through establishing appropriate infrastructure, providing initial and ongoing training and support supervision to all staff and institutionalising the collection, analysis and dissemination of security information.

Key Duties are:
To be the focal point for Safety and Security issues with GOAL in Haiti.
To be familiar with GOAL's Safety and Security procedures and policies and support the respective Country Director and Area Coordinators in ensuring that these are adhered to at all times.
To keep continually under review all safety and security procedures and policies, ensuring that they are kept relevant to the evolving safety and security context of each location.
Undertake regular risk assessments on all of GOALs activites.
Ensure that all preparedness measures as laid out in the security guidelines are in place, in particular evacuation plans and security trees.
Regularly conduct field visits to assess the field sites compliance with safety and security procedure.
Provide recommendations to the Country Director and Programme Managers on any aspect of a field sites safety or security management which requires improvement. Included in the recommendations should be guidance on how to implement the recommended improvements.
Implement and advise on in-country training for GOAL staff in relation to safety and security. Develop an individualized training programme for all senior staff and as required source external training to meet identified training needs.
Ensure vehicle and personnel tracking systems are appropriate, fully resourced and operational
Attend meetings, read security updates and obtain accurate information based on multiple sources.
Liaise with UNDSS, MINUSTAH, UNJOTC as well as the NGO community (Joint Security Forum) and any other parties with respect to security issues.
Initiatea, review and collate security incident reports for each location.
Provide security briefings as part of induction for new staff and visitors.
Prepare daily updates and a weekly security situation report for the Country Director.
Manage 2 security supervisors and 1 security officer
Perform regular capacity building, provide support and complete performance appraisals.
Ensure that up to 20 GOAL guards are adequately trained and performing their duties in a professional manner
Manage the relationship and performance of GOAL's external security programme
Provide capacity building support to field office security focal point

Requirements: (educational, language, etc.)
At least 3 years experience with responsibility for security
Experience working overseas in a 'conflict' situation
Sound judgment, diplomatic tact, and mature common sense;
Experience in liaising with various agencies in relation to security
Experience in working with a team
Experience in designing and providing security training
French language preferable, Haiti experience desirable


Reporting to: Country Director (Direct) Global Safety and Security Advisor (in-direct) Contract Length: 12 months Start Date Required: Immediate

This Job Description only serves as a guide for the position available. GOAL reserves the right to change this document. This is an unaccompanied position.

How to apply:
If you would like to apply for the above position, please do so via the following link:
http://www.candidatemanager.net/cm/Micro/JobDetails.aspx?&mid=YGTYD&sid=...

Security Officer - Casual (Murdoch) , Australia

Murdoch | Casual
Reference Number: 7531 | Applications Close: 10/09/2012

An opportunity to join our customer focused Security Team providing a comprehensive security service for the campus including the maintenance of traffic and parking control.

We are looking for Casual Security Officers who are able to work as part of our team and independently using their initiative to anticipate consumer needs and therefore providing superior customer service.

Demonstration of well developed communication skills both written and verbal is essential along with effective negotiation and problem solving ability. The role involves direct communication with patient, visitors and staff in a healthcare environment relying heavily on clear empathetic communication. Accurate report writing along with computer skills is an essential requirement of the position.

Flexibility with rostering including availability to assist with our 24 hour 7 day/week coverage. The ability to respond to short notice along with previous healthcare experience will be highly regarded.

The successful applicant will be able to work within the mission and values of St John of God Health Care, along with demonstrating they meet the essential requirements of the position.

A rewarding choice
• Professional development
• Salary Packaging
• Onsite car parking
• Unique service ethos
• Flexible work options
• Onsite Vacation Care
• Contemporary work environment
• Subsidised Staff Cafeteria
• Close to transport links
• Community support leave

For more information, please contact:
Brett Sutton (Manager Parking and Security) on (08) 9366 1538
Brett Sutton (Manager Parking and Security) on (08) 9366 1538
Tara Lennon (Human Resources Admin Officer) on (08) 9366 1170



Security Manager ,Thailand

IMPACT Arena, Exhibition and Convention Center is managed by IMPACT Exhibition Management Co Ltd. A subsidy of Bangkok Land Public Company Limited, we are an integrated venue management offering diversity of events with versatile facilities and services.

IMPACT Arena, Exhibition and Convention Center is one of Asia’s largest and most modern exhibition and convention center with an usable indoor space of over 140,000 sq meters comprising a variety of venue sizes to meet all types of event requirements.

IMPACT is the preferred destination in Thailand for Impactful events – The Preferred Place…The Preferred Partner….The Preferred Provider

We are a Customer Led venue that offer our flexibility, our size and the integration of our facilities and services to deliver one stop and total solutions to our customers with an array of professional and valued added services ranging from floor space consultations, event management, operations, F&B catering, travel and logistic to even sales and marketing.

Our company’s “Partnership for Success” culture is based on delivering high value to our partners and customers through mutual trust, cooperation, strategic partnerships, customized and turn key solutions. Our customers see us as a trusted partner who works closely with them to ensure the success of their events.

Qualifications:
Male , age 35 - 45 years old
5 years experience in safety & security management
Bachelor’s Degree in Occupational health and safety
Exempt from military services
Certificate in Building fire safety and amateur radio training from certified organizations
Able to work in Shift
Strong leadership skill
Fair in English skill

To join our team, please send your resume and recent photograph to:

Human Resources Department
Impact Exhoibition Management Co., Ltd.
99 Popular Road,Tambol Banmai,
Prakkred, Nonthaburi
Tel.: 02-833-5184-91

Email: recruitment@impact.co.th

Security Manager - Indonesia

                                        

   URGENTLY REQUIRED
Our coal mining company that is growing. Currently require qualified and competent candidates to fill the position of:

Qualification:
Male, 40-55 years
Former / retired military / police with the rank of min. field officer
Experience Min. 10 years in the field of security management, particularly in Borneo
Having extensive relationships in the field of security
Healthy Physical & Spiritual
Have the ability to martial
Having good leadership skills
Dynamic, assertive and authoritative
Ability to work in a team
Able to work under pressure
Having good communication skills, especially in English can be an advantage
Willing to be placed at the site (East Kalimantan) with a roster system

For those who meet the above qualifications, please send your complete application with recent photograph and desired salary to:

HR Department
MEC Coal
recruitment@mec-coal.com

Safety and Security Officer, Kabul, Afghanistan

Closing Date: Thursday, 06 September 2012
EmployerUSAID 

SOLICITATION NUMBER: SOL-306-12-000085-DIR
ISSUANCE DATE: August 15, 2012
CLOSING DATE/TIME: September 06, 2012 AT 16:30 local time
POSITION TITLE: Safety & Security Officer
NUMBER OF POSITION: One
MARKET VALUE: GS-13 ($71,674 to $93,175)
PERIOD OF PERFORMANCE: Thirteen months with an option for renewal
PLACE OF PERFORMANCE: Kabul, Afghanistan
DIRECT SUPERVISOR: Senior Safety & Security Officer
SUPERVISORY CONTROLL: Minimal. The incumbent is expected to act independently with little direction
SECURITY ACCESS: Top Secret Level
AREA OF CONSIDERATION: U.S. citizens only

POSITION DESCRIPTION
A. Basic Function of the Position
The basic function of the Safety and Security Officer is to provide a high level of safety, security and operational support to all USAID implementing partners, and when required, direct hire, PSC, and personnel located throughout Afghanistan. The Safety and Security Officer is responsible for monitoring critical security information and performing a full range of safety, security and operational activities throughout all of USAID operational areas in country.

B. Duties and Responsibilities
Safety and Security: The Safety and Security Officer ensures safety and security for USAID implementing partners operating in the field through operations tracking and information dissemination. Incumbent will be responsible for liaising with RSO, ISAF, DoD, implementing partners, Overseas Security Advisory Council (OSAC) and Senior staff from various agencies and others as required to support and carry out the Partner Liaison Security Office (PLSO) responsibilities. The Safety and Security Officer will make site visits to implementing partner guesthouses and projects. The Safety and Security Officer will assist the USAID

Assistant Security Manager , Hong Kong

Bellagio
Bellagio is a high-class residential estate in Sham Tseng. We now invite application for the following position:

ASSISTANT SECURITY MANAGER - Sham Tseng (5-day week)

Assist the Estate Manager in supervising a security team for the daily operation and administration
Duties include budget planning, liaison with owners/tenants, complaints / emergency cases handling, monitoring of contractors’ performance, supervising and providing training to the security personnel, etc
Attending emergency calls and I.O. meeting after normal working hours are necessary
Diploma in related disciplines with at least 7 years’ experience in the security field, of which 5 years at supervisory level
Holders of Security Personnel Permit and possess good PC skills and knowledge in Chinese Word Processing
Good command of both written and spoken English and Chinese
Mature, independent and having strong interpersonal and communication skills

We offer ample opportunities for career development and attractive salary package commensurate with experience and qualifications. Interested parties please apply with full resume by email to recruit@harrimanpm.com.

Basic Combat Instructor Course (BCIC) - Iraq,Irbil

Job ID : 10532

Requirements
Former experience as a drill sergeant, trainer, training developer and/or instructor at a US military training and education institution or equivalent desired. Retired E-6 or above, or civilian equivalent level. Must possess a working level of experience in operating Microsoft Office software suite programs (e.g. Word, Excel, and Powerpoint). Possess SECRET security clearance. Desired Position Requirements: Combat arms subject matter expert (SME) with proficiency in all subjects contained in the BCIC POI to include, but not limited to leadership, instructor training, basic rifle marksmanship (AK47), PK machine gun, first aid, security operations, MOUT, hand grenades, RPG, and voice communication procedures. Experience in institutional instruction. Experience in working in international environments, particularly in the Middle East. Instructor certification from a US military school is desirable.

Clearance : Secret

Position Description
Perform duties as a Trainer for the Kurdish Regional Guard Brigade (KRGB) Basic Combat Instructor Training Program in support of the ITAM-Army training and advisory mission. The Trainer will work as part of the ITAM-Army Training Team in a highly dynamic environment. The individual is required to travel with the assigned training team to various training centers in Northern Iraq in order to conduct train the trainer (T3) instruction and program oversight. The Trainer will be part of the ITAM-Army Training Team and will work closely with ITAM-Army personnel at COS Irbil. The successful candidate will be required to (1) coach, teach and mentor Basic Combat Instructors during a three-week Basic Combat Instructor Course (BCIC) utilizing the BCIC Program of Instruction (POI), (2) observe, advise, assist and develop Basic Combat Instructors as they conduct Basic Combat Training for the Kurdish Regional Guard trainees at a designated Training Center in the Kurdistan region. (3) conduct after action reviews (AAR) with the KRG training center cadre at the end of each Basic Combat Training Course and provide feedback to the team leader. (4) Advise and assist the ITAM-Army team with course adjustments and refinements to improve areas identified during the after action review. (5) Conduct instructor refresher training as required.

Salary : Negotiable based on experience and qualifications.
Benefits :We offer an excellent compensation and benefits package that includes health, dental, life insurance, direct deposit and more.

Points of Contact
Jon Edmonson
Email: Jon.Edmonson@EngilityCorp.Com


Additional Information 
TO APPLY FOR THIS POSTION: STEP 1 - Submit or Update the Individual Information Form (IIF) selecting this position as one of interest. STEP 2 - Go to ( http://www.engilitycorp.com/careers/job-search.html ) Enter the TALEO Job ID number ( 18917 ) in the Job ID portion of the site and follow the instructions to complete the application processes and post your resume. --- +++ Former military personnel should be prepared to provide service documentation such as DD Form 214, ERB, or ORB upon request. +++ MSS-ENGILITY uses E-Verify to validate new employee eligibility to work legally in the United States. Be advised that evidence of U.S. Citizenship, Permanent Residence Status, Visa, and Work Authorization is required. Non-U.S. Persons will be required to provide specific personal information in order for L-3 to obtain U.S. Government Export Authorization to access classified and/or controlled technical data.

Persistent Ground Surveillance System (PGSS) Operator

Location: AFGHANISTAN (Various locations);

Required Qualifications:  We are looking for former military or civilian personnel with the following skill/attributes: High School Diploma or equivalent. A two/four year degree in a technical field related to PGSS (aviation, computer science, or engineering) is highly desired. A prior tour (6 months or more) demonstrating the ability to function/live in an austere/remote and potentially hostile environment. Letters on recommendation or awards from leadership during these deployments should be forwarded with resumes. One (1) or more years of experience with electrical and electronics systems, mechanical systems, or computer networking Experience with Microsoft Office suite essentials (Word, Excel, PowerPoint) Secret Security Clearance (at least Interim). Operator Candidates should have at least one of the following qualifications: One (1) year of sensor experience, or Two (2) or Four (4) year degree from an accredited university or technical college, or One (1) year of experience in General Aviation as a Pilot or UAV Pilot, or One (1) year of experience in trouble shooting advanced electronics or computer networks, or One (1) or more years of Intelligence Analyst experience Desired Qualifications Sensor Experience • Experience operating sensor systems on manned/unmanned aircraft or other surveillance systems. • Experience with the Westcam system is highly desired. Weather • Training on weather as it relates to aviation is also highly desired. Experience as a pilot or aircrew who have had specific weather training and experience is also highly desired. Computer/Networking experience • CISCO or Microsoft Certified Systems Engineer (MCSE) is also highly desired Medical Requirements Personnel working on the PGSS system must be in good health. The environment that they will be working in can be austere. Temperatures in country can range from well below 0 Fahrenheit to above 130. Below is a basic list of medical standards, this list is not all inclusive. Body Mass Index (BMI) • Cannot exceed 30% Sight • Vision must be correctable to 20/20 Hearing • Demonstrate an ability to hear an average conversational voice in a quiet room, using both ears, at a distance of 6 feet from the examiner, with the back turned to the examiner. Mental • No personality disorder, neurosis, or other mental condition that: Makes the person unable to safely perform PGSS Operator duties; or may reasonably be expected, for a period of six (6) months unable to perform PGSS Operator duties Neurological • No seizure disorder, disturbance of consciousness, or neurologic condition that makes the person unable to safely perform PGSS Operator duties; or may reasonably be expected, for a period of six (6) months unable to perform PGSS Operator duties. Cardiovascular • The PGSS Operator shall demonstrate no established medical history or clinical diagnosis of any of the following: • Myocardial infarction • Angina pectoris • Coronary heart disease that has required treatment or, if untreated, that has been symptomatic or clinically significant; • Cardiac valve replacement • Permanent cardiac pacemaker implantation; or heart replacement. General Medical • The PGSS Operator shall demonstrate no established medical history or clinical diagnosis of diabetes mellitus that requires insulin or any other hypoglycemic drug for control. The PGSS Operator shall demonstrate no other organic, functional, or structural disease, defect, or limitation that: • Makes the person unable to safely perform PGSS Operator duties • May reasonably be expected, for the maximum duration of six (6) months, to make the person unable to perform PGSS duties. • The PGSS Operator shall take no medication or other treatment that: • Makes the person unable to safely perform PGSS Operator or • May reasonably be expected, for the maximum duration of six (6) months, to make the person unable to perform PGSS duties. Personnel applying for the PGSS position need to carefully review the information above. Resumes should reflect experience aligned with requirements. You must have a valid blue (tourist) passport to travel for the position. The Operator is routinely expected to repeatedly move and lift equipment up to 50 lbs.

Clearance : Secret

Position Description
The Persistent Ground Surveillance System (PGSS) is the result of a Joint Concept Technology Development (JCTD) effort executed by NAVAIR 4.5x Special Surveillance Programs (SSP) that has been successfully deployed in Afghanistan. PGSS relies on ruggedized, tethered aerostats for long duration flight and low operating costs while also using proven, lightweight, advanced sensors for effective surveillance. The PGSS program addresses urgent Counter-Improvised Explosive Device (C-IED) and Force Protection needs for coalition forces operating in Afghanistan. This Program continues to meet the Combatant Commander’s (COCOM) requirements for affordable, mobile, cost effective Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) systems featuring advanced sensor technologies. PGSS has saved lives while increasing tactical effectiveness of coalition forces. The PGSS Operator (Operator) is responsible for the effective utilization of the Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) aerostat. The Operator designation is separated into four roles and corresponding responsibilities, as follows: Flight Engineer; Payload Operator; Handler; and Launch and Recovery Director. The Flight Engineer manages the health of the payload and provides overall coordination and direction of the sensor(s), while communicating directly with the military customer. The Payload Operator controls the payload. The Handler assists and takes direction from the Launch and Recovery Director (LRD) during the launch and recovery phase of operations. The LRD flies the aerostat during launch and recovery. He is responsible for the safety of flight of the aerostat and flight crew during this phase of operation. Before and after recovery, the LRD is responsible for system pre and post flight inspections and the resulting documentation. An Operator can play all four of these roles in a given tour. Therefore, the ability to work within a cohesive team environment is critical. The Operator is routinely expected to repeatedly move and lift equipment up to 50 lbs. The operating environment requires good physical health (at minimum, a BMI less than 30).

Salary : Negotiable based on experience and qualifications.

Benefits : We offer an excellent compensation and benefits package that includes health, dental, life insurance, direct deposit and more.

Points of Contact
Philip Brandli
Email: Philip.Brandli@EngilityCorp.Com

Additional Information :
TO APPLY FOR THIS POSTION: STEP 1 - Submit or Update the Individual Information Form (IIF) selecting this position as one of interest. STEP 2 - Go to ( http://www.engilitycorp.com/careers/job-search.html ) Enter the TALEO Job ID number ( 36612 ) in the Job ID portion of the site and follow the instructions to complete the application processes and post your resume. --- +++ Former military personnel should be prepared to provide service documentation such as DD Form 214, ERB, or ORB upon request. +++ MSS-ENGILITY uses E-Verify to validate new employee eligibility to work legally in the United States. Be advised that evidence of U.S. Citizenship, Permanent Residence Status, Visa, and Work Authorization is required. Non-U.S. Persons will be required to provide specific personal information in order for L-3 to obtain U.S. Government Export Authorization to access classified and/or controlled technical data.

K-9 Trainer

Employer: Northrup Grumman 
Location – Anywhere

Job Description
K-9 Trainer
Requisition ID: 12008088
Business Sector: Technical Services

Location: United States-x-International-Posting
US Citizenship Required for this Position: Yes
Relocation Assistance: No relocation assistance available
Clearance Type: Secret
Number of Openings: 1
Shift: 1st Shift

Description:
Responsible for all training and ensures that all MWD teams’ proficiency is maintained. Supervises the care and feeding of dogs, coordinates training and duty schedules, ensures that administrative, accountability, and medical records are maintained, obtains all training support requirements, and supervises kennel facility maintenance. Responsible for storage and accountability of all training aids. Personnel must have successfully graduated from the DoD K-9 handler’s course and the DoD kennel master’s course IAW AFI 31-202, section 2.3. This position requires a SECRET security clearance.
Qualifications

Basic Qualifications:
High school diploma
6 years experience in the military in security or law enforcement
Have successfully completed the Military Working Dog Trainer course at Lackland Air Force Base.
Have attended the Air Force Combat Arms Training and Maintenance

Preferred Qualifications:
Have active security clearance.
Have active US passport

Northrop Grumman Corporation is a leading global security company whose 75,000 employees provide innovative systems, products, and solutions in aerospace, electronics, information systems and technical services to government and commercial customers worldwide.

Northrop Grumman is an Equal Opportunity Employer committed to hiring and retaining a diverse workforce regardless of age. U.S. Citizenship is required for most positions.

Apply

Assistant Security Manager ,London


Ensuring that our guests are safe and secure during their stay with us is a priority. Protecting our guests, our colleagues, and our assets whilst delivering an impeccable and discreet security service requires the skill of outstanding professionals. As the Assistant Security Manager you will be responsible for assisting the Security Manager in ensuring our Security team delivers an outstanding five star security service and exceptional guest relations. To be successful in this role you will have prior experience in a similar role with a proven track record of, people management, managing service providers and achieving service excellence in a luxury hotel environment. You will have a proactive approach to security and your organisation and communication skills will be excellent. Working with discretion and integrity you will have the ability to maintain confidentiality at all times. We are encouraging a diverse workforce however you will be required to have good levels of written and spoken English and be eligible to work in the UK.

Security Officers for Vessels in High Risk Piracy Areas (HRPA)

MDF is one of the most active service providers for Anti-Piracy / Maritime Security. The Company has operated hundreds of passages in the Gulf of Aden and the Indian Ocean, and has a strong track record in safety and compliance. MDF prides itself in providing long term – stable employment opportunity to Navy / USCG / Marines trained personnel who are interested in steady income with a lower risk profile compared with security positions in Afghanistan/Iraq etc.

MDF is currently seeking candidates for the following positions:

Team Leader

Required Skill Sets -
- Sea/Marine Background (advantageous)
- Extensive experience in commanding/ leading teams of at least 4 persons
- Experience in managing people of foreign origin/diversity, with only basic English skills
- Ex Iraqi Police instructors and trainers may fit the scope well
- Military Special Forces (Navy, USCG, Army, Marines) or service in a Marine Defense Capacity civil or other
- Ability to stay 4-6 months on a vessel (typical contract on/off is about 4/1)
- Familiarity with area of operation - Indian Ocean and Gulf of Aden
- Experience in use and training of semi auto weapons
- Strong Computer Skills
- Strong Management & Communication Skills
- Strong candidates would have development potential (rank/wage)
- Completely clean record as Civilian/Armed Forces (thorough background checks)

A 5-7 day Training Seminar/Course will be held in the coming weeks

Interested Candidates should email: HR@mdf.com.sg

Company Website: MDF

Country Director ,DR Congo

The total salary package for this position is approximately £67,129 - £76,381 ($105,951 - $120,5545 USD)* including basic salary, programme management allowance, hardship allowance and per diem.

This role is subject to the receipt of funding and a start date is to be confirmed depending on this.

MAG is seeking a Technical Operations Manager to lead technical operations in Sudan, where MAG has been working since 2006.

You will be the senior technical representative in country, responsible for leading and safely managing all mine clearance and EOD operations, as well as managing a team of international staff and multiple technical teams. Working closely with the Country Director, you will provide technical input into proposals and reports, liaise with donors, and government agencies. As a member of the Programme Senior Management Team you will need to be able to think strategically and make operational recommendations to enable MAG's work in a complex context.

You will be responsible for managing projects across geographically diverse and challenging sites and therefore you will need previous experience in a similar role, ideally managing multiple teams. A patient, tactful and diplomatic approach will be required in this challenging environment

The Technical Operations Manager will be based in Khartoum with frequent travel to MAG's operational bases

Benefits
Salary: The total salary package for this position is £67,129 - £76,381 ($105,951 - $120,5545 USD)* including basic salary, programme management allowance, hardship allowance and per diem. *Please see the general information further information related to this.

Accommodation: MAG will provide accommodation in-country.

Leave: We recognise our staff work hard and need the appropriate time out to stay motivated. You'll have a minimum of eight weeks out of the programme per year and your entitlement rises with service.

Flights: MAG provides three international flights per year.

Career Development: You'll be appointed on a global open-ended contract, offering you job security and career development, with opportunities to work in different MAG programmes should you wish to develop a long term career with us.

Insurance: All international staff are automatically covered by MAG's comprehensive insurance package

How to apply

Application is by application form (see below).

This document should be submitted tohumanresources@maginternational.org by the closing date of Sunday 9 September 2012.

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Technical Operations Manager - Sudan

The total salary package for this position is approximately £67,129 - £76,381 ($105,951 - $120,5545 USD)* including basic salary, programme management allowance, hardship allowance and per diem.

This role is subject to the receipt of funding and a start date is to be confirmed depending on this.

MAG is seeking a Technical Operations Manager to lead technical operations in Sudan, where MAG has been working since 2006.

You will be the senior technical representative in country, responsible for leading and safely managing all mine clearance and EOD operations, as well as managing a team of international staff and multiple technical teams. Working closely with the Country Director, you will provide technical input into proposals and reports, liaise with donors, and government agencies. As a member of the Programme Senior Management Team you will need to be able to think strategically and make operational recommendations to enable MAG's work in a complex context.

You will be responsible for managing projects across geographically diverse and challenging sites and therefore you will need previous experience in a similar role, ideally managing multiple teams. A patient, tactful and diplomatic approach will be required in this challenging environment

The Technical Operations Manager will be based in Khartoum with frequent travel to MAG's operational bases

Benefits
Salary: The total salary package for this position is £67,129 - £76,381 ($105,951 - $120,5545 USD)* including basic salary, programme management allowance, hardship allowance and per diem. *Please see the general information further information related to this.

Accommodation: MAG will provide accommodation in-country.

Leave: We recognise our staff work hard and need the appropriate time out to stay motivated. You'll have a minimum of eight weeks out of the programme per year and your entitlement rises with service.


Flights: MAG provides three international flights per year.

Career Development: You'll be appointed on a global open-ended contract, offering you job security and career development, with opportunities to work in different MAG programmes should you wish to develop a long term career with us.

Insurance: All international staff are automatically covered by MAG's comprehensive insurance package

How to apply

Application is by application form (see below).

This document should be submitted tohumanresources@maginternational.org by the closing date of Sunday 9 September 2012.

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Technical Service Managers ,Various Locations

Various locations

Total package of circa £48,350 to £60,250* (approximately $76,300 to $95,000*) per annum, dependant on location, plus three international flights per year and many other benefits.

If you're looking for your next role in EOD, Mine Clearance or Small Arms Management and Disposal, working for MAG will give you the opportunity to work with an internationally recognized, sector leading humanitarian organization. You'll have the chance to use your knowledge and experience to help communities worldwide, contributing to MAG's mission of clearing the remnants of conflict to save lives.

As a Technical Field Manager, you will be responsible for leading teams of national staff, transferring your skills to build a sustainable capacity in-country. You'll take a hands-on approach to manage the challenge of working in remote and demanding environments. In return, you'll be rewarded with the opportunity to use your expertise and initiative to contribute to the rehabilitation of communities devastated by conflict, as well as the chance to become involved in new developments and initiatives, such as emergency response and stockpile management.

To be successful in an application, previous relevant technical qualifications and field experience in either EOD, Mine Clearance or Small Arms Management and Disposal are essential, so that you are able to safely train and supervise national staff. Previous humanitarian mine action experience is desirable but not essential, providing you have the technical and leadership skills to manage and mentor a team.

Further information about the role can be found in the job description, available below. Further information on the attributes needed to be a successful candidate can be found in the person specification.
Benefits

Technical Field Managers are rewarded with generous benefits, both financial and non-financial:

• Salary: The total salary package for TFMs ranges from circa £48,350 to £60,250* (approximately $76,500 to $95,000*) per annum, including basic salary, per diem, and hardship allowance where appropriate. *Please see the general information for terms and conditions related to this.
• Career Development: Most of our technical employees are appointed on global, open ended contracts offering you job security and career development, with the opportunity to work in different MAG programmes and roles should you wish to develop a long term career with us. We also offer staff opportunities for further training and development.
• Accommodation: MAG will provide private accommodation in-country.
• Leave: We recognise our staff work hard and need the appropriate time out to stay motivated. You'll have a minimum of six weeks out of the programme per year, and this rises with service to eight weeks. ‘Hardship' programmes also provide additional "Breather Breaks".
• Flights: MAG provides three international flights home per year, plus additional regional flights for Breather Breaks where appropriate
• Insurance: All international staff are automatically covered by MAG's comprehensive insurance package including: Personal accident and medical expenses insurance; Death by natural causes insurance and access to 24-hour medical assistance including evacuation and repatriation.
How to apply

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Application is by completed Application Form

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Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Specialist - Kabul, Afghanistan

EmployerSTS International, Inc.

Job Description
Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance (ISR) Specialist

STS International, Inc is seeking an ISR / PED Specialist to maximize the effectiveness and intended purpose of the designed PED associated with each ISR initiative in support of intelligence/counterintelligence operations in offices and designated facilities throughout the Afghanistan.

Clearance Requirement: Top Secret / SCI

Primary Roles and Responsibilities:
Diverse and hands-on intelligence analytic experience with a solid understanding of intelligence ingest including SIGINT, IMINT, MASINT, ELINT, GEOINT, and FMV into Processing, Exploitation, and Dissemination (PED) nodes.
Thoroughly understanding the PED analysis processes, with corresponding knowledge of dissemination media to war fighters in the field.
Analyze issues, troubleshoot problems, recommend solutions, and implement recommendations for PED infrastructure from sensor to user in order to effectively and efficiently deliver ISR information to the end user.
Interact with junior and senior military personnel.
Exhibit leadership, teamwork, ingenuity, critical thinking, and initiative.

Minimum/General Experience:
Minimum of a Bachelors degree plus 2 years operational experience is required.
A minimum of 5 years military operational communications experience may be substituted in lieu of the degree and experience combination.
An Information Technology background is a plus, and strong hardware familiarization is also desired. Analytical PED experience is necessary but not sufficient.
An understanding of the Afghanistan Area of Responsibility (AOR) and/or Operation Enduring Freedom (OEF) is a plus.

Additional Requirements:
Candidates must be willing to work in Iraq or Afghanistan and live in austere conditions for up to one year with a possibility of extension. Danger, stress, physical hardships and possible field living conditions associated with this position.
Willing to work a 12-hour shift, 7 days a week for extended periods.
Ability to pass a health and welfare screening and meet requirements as stated in FM 3-100.21, “Contractors on the Battlefield.”
Poses a current United States passport.
Ability to lift and carry equipment weighing 40 pounds or more.
Ability to do work including lifting and climbing in rigorous environments (including extreme heat and desert climates).

If you wish to be considered for this position with STS, please forward your resume and Salary Requirements to careers@stsint.com with “ISR PED Specialist” in the subject line of your email.

APPLICANTS SELECTED WILL BE SUBJECT TO A GOVERNMENT SECURITY INVESTIGATION AND MUST MEET ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR ACCESS TO CLASSIFIED INFORMATION.

STS is a veteran owned small business that is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

How to Apply
If you wish to be considered for this position with STS, please forward your resume and Salary Requirements to careers@stsint.com with “ISR PED Specialist” in the subject line of your email.

Counterintelligence Screener - Kabul, Afghanistan

Counterintelligence Screener

EmployerSTS International, Inc.

Job Description
Counterintelligence Screener

STS International, Inc is seeking Counterintelligence Screeners to support Counterintelligence teams and operations in Afghanistan.
Clearance Requirement: Secret clearance

Primary Roles and Responsibilities:
Conducts screening on both Host Country Nationals (HCN)s and Third Country Nationals (TCN)s for access to military base camps to recommend access or denial of access in accordance with established SOPs, and must adhere to the standards and procedures set out in Human Intelligence Collector Operations.
The screener will coordinate and work in conjunction with base level force protection and strategic force protection operations to conduct interviews, collect biometrics data, review data collected and cross-reference intelligence collection priorities and plans, input collected data and analysis/assessments into appropriate databases, websites and portals, and support other force protection and intelligence activities.

Minimum/General Experience:
Minimum of two years experience required;
Must have experience with screening, screening tasks, and/or investigative questioning techniques and knowledgeable of SIPRNet search engines and database retrieval tools such as QueryTree and M3.
DoD civilian equivalent to one of the following: 35L/M, 351L/M, 180A, 18F, 35E Strategic Debriefer or an individual with a similar skill set.
Deployed experience is preferred.

Additional Candidate Requirements:
Candidates must be willing to work in Afghanistan and live in austere conditions (including extreme heat and desert climates) for up to one year with a possibility of extension.
Danger, stress, physical hardships and possible field living conditions associated with this position.
Willing to work a 12-hour shift, 7 days a week for extended periods
Ability to pass a health and welfare screening and meet requirements as stated in FM 3-100.21, “Contractors on the Battlefield.”
Poses a current United States passport.
Ability to lift and carry equipment weighing 40 pounds or more.

APPLICANTS SELECTED WILL BE SUBJECT TO A GOVERNMENT SECURITY INVESTIGATION AND MUST MEET ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR ACCESS TO CLASSIFIED INFORMATION.

STS is a veteran owned small business that is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

How to Apply
If you wish to be considered for this position with STS, please forward your resume and Salary Requirements to:  careers@stsint.com with “Counterintelligence Screener” in the subject line of your email.

PGSS Operator - Kabul, Afghanistan

EmployerSTS International, Inc.

Job Description PGSS Operators – Afghanistan

STS International, an innovative systems engineering and integration firm, is seeking experienced operators with recent deployment experience in Iraq and/or Afghanistan to operate the Persistent Ground Surveillance Systems (PGSS) at locations throughout Afghanistan. PGSS relies on ruggedized, tethered aerostats for long duration flight and low operating costs while also using proven, lightweight, advanced sensors for effective surveillance.

All Operators will be required to complete a minimum of ten (10) weeks of PGSS training at the Government training facility in Yuma, Arizona. (Candidates who can provide documentation of prior PGSS certification may be exempt from this training.) Following successful completion of the Operator certification course, the Operator will deploy to Afghanistan for approximately 1 year.

Active DoD Secret level clearance is required.

Primary Roles and Responsibilities:
Responsible for the effective utilization of the Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance (ISR) aerostat.
An Operator can play one or all four of the following roles in a given tour:
Serve as the Flight Engineer to manage the health of the payload and provides overall coordination and direction of the sensor(s), while communicating directly with the military customer.
Serve as the Payload Operator to control the payload.
Serve as the Handler to assist and take direction from the Launch and Recovery Director (LRD) during the launch and recovery phase of operations.
Serve as the LRD to fly the aerostat during launch and recovery.
Responsible for the safety of flight of the aerostat and flight crew during this phase of operation.
Conduct pre and post flight system inspections and the resulting documentation.
Demonstrate the ability to work within a cohesive team environment is critical.
Maintains safe, secure, and healthy work environment by following standards and procedures.
Documents actions by completing forms, reports, logs, and records.

Required Skills:
High School Diploma or equivalent
Experience with Microsoft Office suite essentials (Word, Excel, PowerPoint)
A prior tour (6 months or more) demonstrating the ability to function/live in an austere/remote and potentially hostile environment
This type of environment is defined as:a location (not restricted to Afghanistan) with limited communications and poor living conditions (such as berthing in tents, no shower facilities, latrines ranging from port-o-johns to buckets or holes in the ground, and MREs for meals)
One (1) or more years experience with electrical and electronics systems, mechanical systems, or computer networking
Experience in UAVs, Aerostats, FLIRs, RAID, UTAMS, or PTDS (a PLUS)

Qualified Operators should have at least one of the following qualifications:
One (1) year of sensor experience, or
One (1) year of experience with Aerostats, UAVs, or as a Pilot, or
One (1) year of experience in trouble shooting advanced electronics or computer networks, or
One (1) or more years of Intelligence Analyst experience
Two (2) or Four (4) year degree from an accredited university or technical college

Physical Requirements:
In order to be eligible to enter and remain in the program, PGSS Operators must have and maintain a Body Mass Index of less than thirty (35).
PGSS personnel must be capable of routinely lifting and carrying equipment up to 50 lbs.
Personnel that do not meet these requirements shall not be admitted to the program – and if not maintained, will be released from the program.

Additional Candidate Requirements:
Candidates must be willing to work in Afghanistan and live in austere conditions for up to one year with a possibility of extension. Danger, stress, physical hardships and possible field living conditions associated with this position.
Willing to work a 12-hour shift, 7 days a week for extended periods
Ability to pass a health and welfare screening and meet requirements.
Poses a current United States passport.

APPLICANTS SELECTED WILL BE SUBJECT TO A GOVERNMENT SECURITY INVESTIGATION AND MUST MEET ELIGIBILITY REQUIREMENTS FOR ACCESS TO CLASSIFIED INFORMATION.

STS is a veteran owned small business that is proud to be an Equal Opportunity Employer.

How to Apply
If you wish to be considered for this position with STS, please forward your resume and Salary Requirements to: careers@stsint.com with “PGSS Operator” in the subject line of your email.

Explosive Detection Dog / K9 Handler - Erbil, Iraq

Explosive Detection Dog / K9 Handler-1205537
EmployerDyncorp International
Security Clearance:Secret

Job Summary
The Explosive Detection Dog (EDD) K9 Handler is responsible for utilizing specially trained dogs to detect explosive materials and devices by searching vehicles, people and assigned areas.

Principal Accountabilities
The EDD handler is required to attend the non-PSS WPS training course.
The EDD handler is required to maintain weapons qualification with the Glock and the M4.
Use K9 to conduct searches to detect explosive materials and devices.
Prevent the unauthorized introduction of explosive devices or matter.
Maintain K9 training records to meet contract requirements.
Perform other functions as directed by the Government.

Knowledge & Skills
Ability to recognize K9 diseases, be familiar with hygiene requirements, and know the physical condition of the K-9. Certification documents shall accompany resumes.
Level 3 English proficiency.
Ability to obtain and maintain a US Passport.

Experience & Education
High School diploma or equivalent.
Certified in accordance with North American Police Work Dog Association (NAPWDA), national/State/provincial military or law enforcement agency standards as a working K9 Handler.
Two years of service as a Military or Law Enforcement K9 Handler.
One (1) additional year of security-related experience. Experience can be gained in the employ of any national, State/Provincial, Local or commercial entities providing high threat protective services that require skills similar to those outlined in Exhibit E (Training Curriculum) of this contract.

Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Primary duty station(s) are located in Iraq.
Place of duty and environmental conditions can be extremely austere, harsh, and work can be performed under hostile conditions.
Candidate must pass pre-deployment medical screening as required.
Ability to function effectively in adverse situations.
No impediments to traveling overseas to and within countries that are considered dangerous or unhealthy.
No physical limitations of movement, carrying or lifting heavy items.
No physical limitations to standing in place for long periods of time

Travel
Ability to travel internationally.

Disclaimer
The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 11246 Prohibits discrimination against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, or national origin and requires affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed, and employees treated, without regard to race, sex, color, genetic information, religion, or national origin. (Enforcement Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs).

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Military Working Dog (MWD) Logistics Coordination Liaison

EmployerA-T Solutions 
Location:  Landstuhl, Rheinland-Pfalz, Germany

Job Description
Military Working Dog (MWD) Logistics Coordination Liaison
Title: Military Working Dog (MWD) Logistics Coordination Liaison Employment Category: Full Time/Exempt
ID: 2601 Travel %: Various Domestic & international travel may be required

Security Requirements: Applicants selected will be subject to a government security investigation and must meet eligibility requirements for access to classified information.
Additional Requirements: Employment contingent upon successfully passing a pre-employment background and drug screening.

Description
Military Working Dog (MWD) Logistics Coordination LiaisonLocation: Germany

Clearance: eligibility to obtain and maintain DOD Secret

A-T Solutions delivers a full continuum of innovative solutions that meet critical security challenges in technology, training, maritime operations, intelligence and mission support. A-T Solutions has been honored to receive recognition as Government Contractor of the Year (2010), Star Warfighter (2010), named USO- Metro Circle of Stars (2011), ranked # 14 on Washington’s Business Journal’s list of 50 Fastest Growing Companies (2011), ranked #33 on Washington Business Journal’s Government Technology Contractor’s list (2012), and placed on the Inc. Magazine list of 500/5000 Fastest Growing Private Companies for five consecutive years.

A-T Solutions, Inc. is currently accepting resumes for an experienced and qualified Military Working Dog (MWD) Logistics Coordination Liaison to facilitate logistic movements of USMC Military Working Dog (MWD) Teams through Ramstein Air Base (AB) Germany. There is an immediate need for support at the facility to coordinate the movement, kenneling, and medical attention of MWD assets during transit. This effort will provide immediate support to Marine Dog Handlers and MWDs transitioning through Germany, augmenting existing entities aboard Ramstein AB. This effort will also provide other coordination and staffing with supported and adjacent Combatant Command (COCOM) headquarters to ensure USMC compliance with COCOM logistics directives.

Responsibilities include but are not limited to:
Update Liaison Officer (LNO) Standard Operating Procedures (SOPs).
Research and coordinate with adjacent commands adjustments of current SOPs, and provide SOP quarterly updates.
Coordinate logistics support for the kenneling, care and feeding of Military Working Dogs (MWDs) and their handlers
Providing general embark and layover assistance to USMC movements as required given that it does not inhibit the primary mission of supporting Military Working Dog (MWD) Team deployments.
Transition next-tour replacement personnel on SOP.

Knowledge, Skills, & Abilities – (desired)
Physical ability and commitment to deploy to Germany.
Familiarity with USTRANSCOM movement databases
Familiarity with unique requirements associated with transportation of MWDs via military airlift.
Possess excellent communication skills to provide timely and accurate updates of all coordination activities to government customers.

Education and Experience – (desired)
Coordinating and scheduling government and civilian airflow for personnel and equipment in a military aviation port (e.g. Dover, Landstuhl, etc.).
Cargo and personnel space blocking on military airlift flights.
Coordinating veterinary care.
Supporting MWD handlers

Certifications and Other Qualifications -
Prior U.S. Military experience.
U.S. citizenship with the eligibility to obtain and maintain DOD Secret security clearance.

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Regional Security Manager – Amsterdam, Noord-Holland, The Netherlands

CompanyInternational SOS Ltd.
Regional Security Manager Benelux m/f
Location: International SOS Amsterdam
Job Code: 126
# of Openings: 1

Description
International SOS is the world’s leading international healthcare, medical assistance, and security services company.
Operating in over 70 countries, International SOS provides integrated medical, clinical, and security solutions to organizations with international operations. Services include planning and preventative programs, in-country expertise, and emergency response. A global team of 10,000 employees and 200 security specialists provides health and security support to enable its members to operate wherever they work or travel. Members include 66 percent of the Fortune Global 500 companies

In the security field, our focus is to help organizations managing political, integrity and security risks in complex and hostile environments.
For our offices in the Netherlands, based in Amsterdam, we are looking for a

Regional Security Manager Benelux M/F
The Benelux organization is responsible for all International SOS clients with Global or Regional head offices based in the Benelux.

Main responsibility:
1. Drive the penetration of Travel Security services in the Benelux. To that extent, you will support the Benelux Sales & Marketing team as an expert in explaining and deploying Travel Security services for clients based in the Benelux but with operations and travelers potentially all over the world

Also, you will be asked:
2. to act as the domain specialist during events in order to raise the profile of International SOS as the leading security and travel risk management provider.
3. to develop a network of external consultants for the delivery of security related training and planning services to clients. In the interim, you might be asked to participate in the delivery of the training and/or services.
4. to be part of the Regional Incident Management and Security team in order to intervene in some special cases, predominantly in Africa but potentially on a global basis.

Profile
-You are fluent in Dutch, English and preferably French (spoken and written).
-You have a Graduate degree from an accredited college or university
-You possess minimum 5 years of experience in risk and security operations management preferably in countries in crisis
-You have a good understanding of a Commercial Business to Business environment.
-You gained a strong experience in the Army or in the Intelligence Services including operational deployment abroad.
-You have experience operating in an international context,
-You have strong experience in the assessment of risk and the provision of security advice including the conduct of security assessments
-You have a strong network in the Benelux which is proven by your involvement in Benelux Security Networks (ASIS for instance).
-You have demonstrated the ability to interact with stakeholders/customers at a senior level as Subject Matter Expert
-You possess the following qualities: Self starter, High degree of pro-activity and flexibility, Maturity, Ability to operate effectively in a small team environment

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Asset Protection Advisor (International oil and gas organisation)

Location: EMEA - London, England - United Kingdom
Position: Sec Consultant/Advisor

Purpose of role

Responsible for the implementation of Group Asset Protection standards and provision of security, travel safety and emergency response advice and support to Group activities

Responsibilities
• Assist with the implementation of the Group Security Standard across global operations and provide ongoing support to activities including conduct of security risk and vulnerability assessments.
• Assist the Group Crisis and Emergency Management Advisor with the implementation of Crisis Management and Emergency Response Standards, including the development and delivery of training and exercises.
• Assist with the development and implementation of robust security risk management and emergency response plans across operations and offices.
• Co-ordinate the development and implementation of a company-wide travel safety programme.
• Co-ordinate Asset Protection communications and information on the Company intranet site.
• Provide assurance against Group Asset Protection Standards including delivery of formal audit reports and continued support to track and close actions.
• Provision of functional support to Business Units and in country EHS and/or Security Managers.
• Monitor security and political risk levels in areas of specific interest.
• Establish effective relationships with internal and external stakeholders.

Skills and experience
• Experience of working in remote and hazardous environments, ideally with a focus on West Africa
• Experience working within the oil and gas or similar industry.
• Experience of working internationally with multi-cultural workforce – specific experience of working in Africa, again an advantage.
• Business risk assessment methodology at strategic and operational levels including detailed analysis of physical security risks and vulnerabilities.
• Knowledge of operational and technical Security and Emergency Response management
• and experience developing and implementing technical designs and plans.
• Competent with appropriate computer packages and technological systems and tools to aid emergency response planning and training.
• Stakeholder management including demonstrable ability to influence at all levels of an organization.

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Security Manager (Ref. No: 15331) , Hong Kong

Employer Ref: 15331

Our client, a Leading Banking Group is looking for high-caliber person to fill the position.

Responsibilities:-
As core advisor on corporate security issues for the Banking Group.
Manage and oversee day-today corporate security operations.
Lead a team of security guards, cash-in-transit operation and limousine service.
Implement staff programs on advisory and training / security procedures regarding awareness and expertise security monitoring.
Ensure adequate level of security is provided to Bank's staff, premises and its properties on a 7x24 basis.
Maintain strong networking with law enforcement agencies and financial institutions to keep abreast of the latest development of security information.

Requirements:-
A Bachelor Degree in related disciplines.
Holder of professional qualifications in security.
With 10 years' solid experience in physical security with banking and finance sector / international security solutions group, of which 5 years at management level.
Conversant with procedures of criminal investigation, and have a profound knowledge of security systems deployment and crime prevention techniques.
High degree of integrity and emotional maturity with capability to facilitate the appropriate resolution of difficult ethical and crises situations.
Experience in procedures writing and staff training preferred.
Excellent team lead management, interpersonal and communication skills.
Proficiency in both spoken and written English and Chinese.


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