Nov 30, 2012

Security Supervisor

Aspers Group - Northampton

We are currently seeking an experienced and qualified professional for the position of Security Supervisor for our Northampton site. The role will be reporting into the General Manager and will be accountable for preventing risk to the business and leading by example on providing our customers with an exciting and positive customer experience. Responsibilities will include:

Ensuring the safety and comfort of patrons and employees whilst promoting Aspers reputation for

Defensive dirver Instructor required for temp contract in Kurdistan.

Defensive driver Instructor required for temp contract in Kurdistan.
Certified course instructor required for training of 25 Kurdish locals in Kurdistan.
Must be qualified to teach and issue UK valid certificates.

For more information please contact Mat Mathews, Operations Manager at
Genuine applicants only. This is not an advert for drivers or security staff.

Dog Trainer x 2

Location: London
Salary: £27,737.52 Per Annum
Start Date: T.B.A.

British Transport Police
Dog Trainer x 2
Salary: £27,737.52 per annum

British Transport Police (BTP) is the national police force for Britain’s rail network. Every day we ensure the safety and security of over six million passengers and railway staff throughout England, Scotland and Wales.

We are looking to recruit 2 x Dog Trainers to work in Learning & Development at FHQ, London

Role Profile: To support the achievement of Area and Force-wide objectives through the design and delivery of training for police dog / handler teams.

• Effective assessment of dogs and potential handlers for suitability in the police dog / handler role.
• Delivery of dog / handler training courses and compilation of appropriate training assessment reports.
• Delivery of dog / handler training courses and compilation of appropriate training assessment reports.
• Effective problem solving to address officers / dogs on referral courses.
• Quality assessment of dogs / handlers in the operational environment.

Please see the role profile for further information.

In addition to salary, benefits of working for BTP include a Defined Benefits Pension Scheme, 28 days holiday, Child Care Vouchers, and Cycle to Work and Rail Season Ticket Loan schemes.

You must have the right to remain and work in the UK. You must tell us about any previous convictions or cautions including any deemed as ‘spent’. These will not necessarily exclude you from employment but they must be declared at the point of application.

Please apply through this site by submitting your application form highlighting key achievements relevant to the role. Ensure that you quote the job title and reference number.

We want our organisation to be as diverse as that community it serves. We welcome applicants from all sections of the community.


Any CV's submitted will be sifted out at short listing stage. If you are experiencing problems submitting your application form then please send this directly to -

Use the following link to obtain an application form APPLICATION FORM

Previous applicants from the last 6 months need not apply.

Nov 28, 2012

Security Manager , U.K

University of St Andrews -Estates

ME1001 (Ref: 1001)

Salary: £37,012 - £45,486 per annum

Start Date: As soon as possible

Within a changing and dynamic environment and reporting to the Estates directorate and senior management in the University you will provide expert advice to ensure the security of the institution, its physical assets and its people. You will have experience in security management at a senior level within a relevant organisation and must demonstrate the ability to work at a strategic and operational level using your knowledge of current security related legislation and practice. Essential skills include those of leadership and as you will report to various groups within the university proven communication, presentational and interpersonal skills are required.

A degree or qualification in security management is desirable and while working within a 36.25 hour week you must be flexible and prepared to respond to the 24-hour requirements of the University. Normally we envisage applications from candidates with appropriate experience in the public sector eg police/military services.

Informal enquiries can be directed to Helen Mackie, Assistant Director, Estates by email:

Closing Date: 29 November 2012

Please quote ref: ME1001

Further Particulars:

Intelligence Officer

Location: London
Job type: Full time

About RSM Tenon
RSM Tenon is regarded as one of the most progressive and entrepreneurial professional services firms in the UK today. We are the UK's 7th largest accounting firm with a fee income of £250m, employing nearly 3000 people in over 50 offices across the UK. We were the first company in the accounting sector to become a plc and we believe this commercial experience helps us to understand the pressures in today's business world, enabling us to develop a more creative and relevant range of business solutions. We are members of RSM International, the 6th largest global accounting network with over 730 offices in more than 70 countries, and in excess of 30,000 people worldwide.
Our people
Joining RSM Tenon means that you will be part of a fresh approach, underpinned by a commitment to your development based on a structured training and development programme. We welcome applicants with a strong academic background, excellent communication skills, enthusiasm and an open-minded approach. You should be able to think laterally and act decisively. Our focus on growth means we are always looking for people with the right potential and drive to take our business forward.
What do we offer?
Our focus on growth means we are always looking for people with the right potential and drive to take our business forward. We offer you a career in a stimulating and challenging environment.
The RSM Tenon philosophy is simply that we have a commitment to you and your development, in return for the commitment that you offer to us. Your progression and success within RSM Tenon will be in your hands, but we are here to help you achieve your potential.

Reports to: Investigation Manager

Responsible for: None

1. Person Specification
To be educated to GCSE standard as a minimum
To have a working knowledge of Housing Benefits regulations
To have a working knowledge and understanding of the legislation applied in cases of Housing Benefit fraud
Possesses a good working knowledge of all common office IT packages
An ability to work independently and as part of a team

2. Job Description (General)
Support and complement the Housing Benefit Fraud Investigation Team to determine whether criminal offences have occurred
From time to time assist with other aspects of non Housing Benefit fraud and irregularity work (including project work and value for money studies) and unplanned ad hoc and special investigations work
Other associated duties as required

3. Job Description (Activities)
Carry out all intelligence work in accordance with:

o Local Authority Fraud Investigator's Manual
Relevant Legislation including the Social Security Administration Act 1992 (as amended), Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984, Criminal Procedures and Investigations Act 1996, Data Protection Act 1998, Regulation of Investigator Powers Act 2000 and the Proceeds of Crime Act 2002; recognised best practice; Investigator's Code of Conduct.
Maintain a working caseload of enquiries and with minimal supervision ensure checks are made and followed up in a timely manner.
Gather intelligence and evidence from various sources, including landlords, employers, Police, Inland Revenue, Department for Work and Pensions, other Local Authorities, Registrars (births, deaths and marriages), Experian, Companies House etc. as directed.
Obtain and disclose information in accordance with the Data Protection Act 1998 and the Social Security Administration Act 1992 (as amended)
Maintain comprehensive records and files of checks made and information disclosed, as prescribed by the Criminal Procedures and Investigations Act 1996
Present short written reports of the enquiries made to either pass to investigators or to close the referral.
To assist in interview claimants formally and informally, in their homes or at Council Offices, using and complying with all relevant prevailing legislation;
To assist in carrying out interviews under caution in the role of a second officer, in accordance with the Police and Criminal Evidence Act 1984;
When required to carry out visits to members of the public and other third parties (including landlords and employers) in their homes or offices;
Undertake and satisfactorily complete all work in accordance with agreed time-scales and quality;
Conduct other office duties including photocopying and filing

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Partner Security Liaison Advisor

Apply by 02 December 2012

Job Description
The QED Group, LLC is a full-service international consulting firm that provides practical solutions to social problems through sound analysis, proven management techniques, and creative implementation. We focus our efforts on core practice areas: Monitoring and Evaluation, Knowledge Management, Health, Democracy and Governance, Economic Growth and Professional Services. We work with U.S. agencies and overseas governments, international donors, private-sector clients, and PVOs/NGOs in more than 80 countries around the world.

QED’s USAID/Iraq-funded Manpower II Project directly supports USAID’s strategy of supporting the political, economic, and social conditions necessary for a stable, prosperous, and democratic Iraq.

QED is seeking a Partner Security Liaison Advisor (PSLA) to assist the USAID Mission with its Armored Vehicle Disposition and Destruction program and to provide safety, security, and operational support to the USAID Mission and USAID Implementing Partners (IPs). Visits to project implementation sites and other travel throughout Iraq for USG staff is tightly regulated and monitored by the Embassy’s Regional Security Office (RSO). In accordance with Embassy policy concerning movements and safety of Mission staff, it is imperative that all precautions and measures are taken to ascertain—and minimize—threats to safety and security. The PSLA position will be based in Baghdad. The PSLA will live and work principally outside the Embassy Compound, but will require frequent access to the Embassy Compound. All life support will be provided by QED to include office space, housing, meals, and movement support. The PSLA will report directly to the QED Chief of Party.

Duties and Responsibilities:
The PSLA is responsible for performing a full range of safety, security and operational activities, including:

Armored Vehicles
Maintaining an accurate inventory of all USAID armored vehicles issued to implementing partners and determining the location of all vehicles.
Traveling to vehicle location sites and inspecting armored vehicles for condition and categorization.
Performing a visual inspection of armor condition and determining the level of armor protection.
Ensuring the holders of vehicles provide required documentation.
Liaising with Government of Iraq (GOI) representatives to facilitate ease of transfer of vehicles.
Assisting the USAID Mission and IPs in obtaining all necessary documents required for vehicle transfer and destruction (if necessary), as required by the GOI and Department of State, Bureau of Diplomatic Security, and USAID.
Monitoring the vehicle transfer process until armored vehicles reach pre-determined locations, including escorting.
Tracking, monitoring, and attempting to secure Diplomatic Security (DS) approved armored vehicles seized by the GOI.
Providing guidance to IPs regarding methods and vendors capable of transporting AVs to designated locations.

Safety and Security
Advising USAID on security and risk factors affecting USAID operations throughout Iraq.
Reviewing and testing IP organizations’ Emergency Action Plans and providing feedback, as needed.
Providing timely information to IPs to ensure critical life/safety decisions are made.
Relaying IP concerns to the Mission regarding how the local security environment affects program progress.
Serving as the security liaison between the Mission, the RSO, other USG entities, and Host Nation security elements and providing a pro-active flow of information between all elements.
Assisting IPs, as requested, in obtaining GOI International Zone badges.

Develop a systematic plan for USAID to implement an armored vehicle inventory, inspection, transfer, and destruction program including guidance on required documents, GOI vehicle transfer regulations, and potential difficulties that may be encountered during transfer.
Provide technical expertise and skills for the implementation of USAID operations in high-risk environments.

Key Qualifications:
The successful candidate must be a U.S. citizen and in possession of a Secret level clearance. Additionally, the candidate must be able to obtain Department of State Building Access/ Employment Authorization and a Department of Defense Common Access Card;
High school diploma and a minimum of five to seven years of relevant work experience. This includes the following: experience in a Critical Priority Country (CPC), with some of it in Iraq; experience working with GOI entities; and knowledge of GOI regulations, rules and practices pertaining to International Zone badging and Private Security Contractors;
Training as an Emergency Medical Responder or First Responder (or the equivalent) and knowledge of U.S. Embassy regional security office operating policies and procedures is required;
The PSLA must be a Subject Matter Expert on armored vehicle inspection procedures, GOI requirements for the transfer of vehicles, and armored vehicle destruction policies; must have knowledge of and/or management of logistics contracts for ground transportation; and must be a Subject Matter Expert on physical and operational security, vehicle anti-terrorism, and security driving;
Fluency in English and proven ability to communicate quickly, clearly, and concisely, both orally and in writing, including technical reports is required. Proven ability to communicate effectively in cross-cultural settings;
Basic Arabic proficiency (2/1 equivalent or higher) required.

Application Process:
To apply to this position, please submit an updated resume and cover letter by clicking the Apply Now link. Follow the application instructions. Applications submitted by other means will not be considered. Please note only finalists will be contacted. NO PHONE CALLS PLEASE.

The QED Group, LLC is an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/D/V

Visit our website at for additional information about our company.

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Security Managers

Location: West Rand
Salary/Rate: R18 000 - R25 000 Per Month
Closing Date: 22 December 2012

Job Description: 
Security Managers required by various companies for vacancies opening in 2013. Contact Employment Link now on (011) 760-5006 and book a suitable meeting date and time. Please note that online applications are not accepted. 

To apply for 'Security Managers' please use the details below:
Contact Email:
Contact Telephone: 0117605006

Nov 25, 2012

Senior Peace Support Operations (PSO) Soldier Skills Instructor / Trainer ,Africa

The Senior PSO Skills Trainer shall have a unique blend of skills, experience, and knowledge that will allow that individual to best support the goals and tasks of the ACOTA Program. Minimum of ten (10) years of U.S. military operations and training experience (or civilian equivalent) in a Combat Arms Specialty required with a strong background in overseas program operations focused on training local national military personnel and units preferred. Senior PSO Skills Trainers should be subject matter experts in at least one Combat Arms U.S. Military Occupational Specialty, Branch, or Functional area. Familiar with standard military training concepts, practices, and procedures. Preferably an individual with recent U.S. Military combat and/or PKO experience at O-3, 0-4, O-5, E-8, or E-9 level. Experience operating in areas with limited life cycle support and in hardship conditions preferred. Recent OIF/OEF experiences desired. This position requires good physical condition with no existing chronic medical conditions.

Background Check

Position Description
The African Contingency Operations Training and Assistance Program (ACOTA) is the US Department of State’s Program to enhance the Peace Support Operations (PSO) capacities of African Nations. Senior PSO Soldier Skills Trainers will instruct and supervise PKO soldier skills training in African for African company grade officers and their soldiers who shall deploy to PKOs. Soldier Skills Training shall focus on BRM, CQM, Movement formations and techniques, Infantry squad and platoon battle drills, Convoy operations, CQM/CQB, C-IED, Recon, Checkpoint operations, crowd control, and cordon and search. Senior PSO Soldier Skills Trainers shall be responsible for ensuring development of POIs, lesson plans, and training support packages for individual and collective training as noted in each ACOTA Program Office (APO) task order. Training shall support the preparation of ACOTA partner country soldiers for the rigors of sustained PKO operations in Africa. Senior PSO Soldier Skills Trainers shall ensure all training scenarios are based on the most current mission area information from Areas of Operation that African PKO battalions and brigades will deploy to. Training will involve classroom and field instruction in austere environments. All classes shall be taught in the training language of the host nation. These are not full time positions and carry very limited benefits.

Negotiable based on experience and qualifications.

Points of Contact
Philip Brandli
Recruiting Manager

Security Manager , Thailand

Centara Hotels & Resorts, one of the fast growing deluxe hotel chain in Thailand. With 23 hotels located in major destination throughout Thailand & Overseas; Due to high demand in our business growth & expansion we are seeking high caliber individual matching the following profiles ;


Centara Watergate Pavillion Hotel Bangkok

Male/Female, age 28-42 years old, Height 170 cm.
Vocational school/Bachelor’s Degree or equivalent
At least 5 years in supervisory level
Good Judgment on critical situation
Strong knowledge of safety procedures
Excellent communication skills
Training skills
Strong leadership/supervisory skills
Good interpersonal skills
Strong analytical, problem solving skills and execution of work
Able to work under pressure
Physical look

Pleasant personality
Good appearance

Good attitude
Service oriented
Able to work strange hoursEnglish

Comprehension = Excellent
Reading = Good
Writing = Good
Speaking = Good
Hair - Neat / short/no colouring / not cover forehead

Nails - Short and neatly trimmed

Interested candidate, please send resume with photo to:

Khun Phattharaphon Thipkanok

Centara Watergate Pavillion Hotel Bangkok
567 Ratchaprarop Road, Makkasan, Ratchathewi,
Bangkok 10400 Thailand
T: +66 (0) 2 650 1192-3 Ext. 108



Nov 24, 2012

Day Asset Security Saudi Arabia

Employer: Fluor

To be Considered Candidates: Must be authorized to work in the country where the position is located and be able to interview on site.
Job Description Fluor Arabia Limited (FAL) is a subsidiary of Fluor Corporation, one of the World's largest, publicly traded engineering, procurement, construction, maintenance and project management companies. Consistently rated as one of the world's safest contractors, we design, build and maintain the world's most complex and challenging capital projects.

Fluor's Sadara Project: Fluor are to provide EPCM services for the design, procurement and construction management for the Utilities, Power & Infrastructure (UPI), Site Development & Logistics (SDL) and Chemicals II Isocyanates Shared Systems (Chem II ISS) facilities of Owner’s world-scale integrated chemical complex located in Jubail Industrial City II, in the Eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

Owner / Client: The Owner Company is a joint venture between Dow Chemical Company and Saudi Aramco, officially known as the Sadara Chemical Company. The company will construct, own and operate a world-scale integrated chemicals complex in Jubail Industrial City II, in the Eastern Province of the Kingdom of Saudi Arabia.

This position reports to the Security Supervisor or Security Manager.

Overall Purpose of Job:
• Provides oversight and general assets protection for the company to include vital intellectual property used in business. Other assets include money, accounts receivable, physical property, proprietary information, and claims or rights of action.
• Provides security oversight and protection of employees as required.

Director – Defence & Security , SA-All-Riyadh

As Performance Improvement Director – Defence & Security, you'll build valued relationships with external clients and internal peers and develop a portfolio of business by focusing on high impact opportunities. You'll lead presentations and proposals for moderately complex projects - or elements of highly complex projects - and provide subject matter insight to bids and proposals.

Drawing on your skills and experience, you'll create innovative commercial insights for clients. You'll also adapt methods and practices to fit operational team and cultural needs, and contribute to thought leadership. In addition, you'll package overall project findings into clear, concise, high-quality work products. Acting as a subject matter resource on one or more services, you'll leverage knowledge and experience to shape Ernst & Young's services to meet client problems.
By driving improvements in business processes, you'll serve as a role model for quality & risk management and confirm that project teams understand and comply with Ernst & Young's Q&RM guidelines. As a respected senior professional, you'll communicate effectively with Ernst & Young engagement partners and managers and work to build, manage and motivate high-performing teams. You'll also help key staff to build sustainable competencies.

Security Controller

Based at Edenvale Branch

Reporting to the Security Manager, the successful candidate will:
• Assist the Company in maximising profitability via appropriate risk management in relation to security
• Be involved in crime prevention initiatives, monitoring current systems and investigating industry best practices
• Conduct investigations, take statements and prepare reports
• Provide security assistance to line managers, especially at factories and sales centres.

• Must have police background, particularly in commercial/fraud units with an appropriate diploma or degree
• Be highly computer literate and have strong investigative and report writing skills
• Be willing to travel and have a valid driver's licence
• Be able to speak at least English, Afrikaans, isiZulu and Sotho fluently
• Have thorough knowledge of police and justice systems, procedures and personnel. In return, the company offers a competitive remuneration package

Interested per sons may forward a concise CV (clearly indicating the position applying for) to Noks Mbatha, on fax (031) 560-3149 or email:

Closing date: 30 November 2012.

If you have not been contacted within six weeks from the closing date, kindly regard your application as being unsuccessful

Airport Security Officers , O.R Tambo Airport South Africa

Security Officers (EE)

An Aviation Security company is looking for Security Officers (EE) (Male) with Grade C to work at OR Tambo International Airport.

We need people with the following qualifications: 1.Matric.
2.National Key Point (NKP).
4.Dangerous goods.
5.Clear criminal record.
6.PSIRA Registration

Please fax your CV: to 086 586 2537 / 011 397-2310

Send CVs to:

Security Officer ,Dubai

Employer: Raffles Hotels & Resorts
Salary: not specified

Raffles Hotels & Resorts is a collection of award-winning luxury hotels located in vibrant destinations around the world. Unique with its own distinct personality, each Raffles hotel distinguishes itself with the highest standards of product and service.

If you are looking for a dynamic environment for growth, please join us as :
Security Officer

Key Roles and Responsibilites:
· To establish chain of command and responsibility, the LPO shall be held directly responsible to the Shift Duty Security Supervisor, Assistant Operations Manager, Assistant Director and Director of Security.
· Perform duties according to the Duty Roster prepared by the Director of Security or in his absence, the Assistant Director of Security. The Security Officer may be deployed at any of the following Duty Posts as enumerated thereafter:

Security Control Room Duty;
  • Lobby Duty;
  • Loading Bay;
  • Patrolling or Observation Duty;
  • Back of House;
  • VIP Parking;
Or at any position where operations in Security field will benefit.

Monitoring any undesirable elements to ensure that they do not harass, harm or embarrass the hotel guests;
Take appropriate action to defuse any outbreak of violence or commotion within the Hotel premises;
Intelligence gathering, from within and without the hotel of the identities and activities (modus operandi) of undesirable elements.
· Surveillance of hotel staff
Ensuring that they abide by the House Rules;
Keeping tag on movements of staff who are classified as suspects under investigations.
· Cultivation of Informers with the intention of obtaining information of security interest that may be of immediate or future use to the Department for prevention and detection purposes.
· Keeping peace and order within the premises of the Hotel in dealing with criminals, trespassers or difficult characters.
· Participating in special functions or operations conducted or organized by the Hotel for VVIPS, shows, etc., and private organization or individual having official business connected with the Hotel.
· Keeping the Duty Shift Security Supervisor, Assistant Operations Manager, Assistant Director and Director of Security constantly posted on all matters of security interest affecting the Hotel and the Department.
· Conduction regular and periodical checks and taking immediate follow-up action to rectify faults, damage, etc., detailed in the following:
“Perimeter defence” – All fire exit doors, link doors, etc., leading INTO or OUT of the Hotel and which are fitted with locking devices or alarm systems to ensure that they are in good working condition as an effective measure against trespassers and pilferage;
Security CCTV equipment – Inspecting the CCTV Operations Room to ensure that all equipment is in working order and all cameras are correctly focused.
· Attending the briefing session that shall take place thirty (30) minutes before the commencement of each shift.
· Attending approval courses conducted by the Hotel Training Department.
· Attending meeting and in-service training conducted by the Department. Attendance shall be compulsory except those on official duty.
Apply online

Senior Advisor Security ,South Africa

Employer: Eskom
Position: Senior Advisor Security
Position/Task Grade: G15
Area of specialisation: To provide a professional service with regards to security operations/technology/investigations/training preventing or minimizing adverse effects on people, assets, processes, information and interest whilst satisfying legal and business requirements.

Location: Mpumalanga
Reference Number: 49925084MH/329-978324
Closing Date: 30 November 2012

Minimum Requirements
BTech Degree Security Management/Engineering + SIRA registration (Grade A with speciality)
Professional registration
5 years security management/functional experience

Skills and Competencies
Specialist knowledge in area of expertise e.g.
Security practice and regulative framework
Security system applied technologies processes and controls
Fictional testing and commissioning
Investigative techniques
Law of evidence and criminal procedure
Functional leadership
Human relations and presentation skills
Business planning and financial analysis
Computer literate

Key Responsibilities
Research and formulate technically acceptable and proven recommendations in respect of security operations/technology/investigations/training
Guides the implementation of the Eskom security systems technologies
Manages internal and external stakeholder relations to evaluate latest trends and trade information ensuring the implementation of best technical solutions

If you have not been contacted within 28 days of the closing date of this advertisement, please accept that your application was unsuccessful.

Note that the appointment of the candidate is at Eskom's sole discretion, taking into account factors that Eskom considers relevant including but not limited to Eskom's employment equity policy. Eskom supports a smoke-free environment

HR Shared Services/HR at your fingertips

Please register to load your information if you have not applied for vacancies before or Login to apply if you have registered previously.

Note: After registration you will receive confirmation of registration, please use the login details provided to apply for suitable positions after which you will receive a reference number to confirm your application

Please contact Shared Services on 011 800 2311 should you experience any problems.

Security Officer (CCTV) Dubai

Salary: Competitive

Candidate must possess the following criteria:
• Must have at least 1 year experience in a similar role or environment.
• Proficient in English language, both written and oral. Arabic speaking is an asset.
• Guest Service oriented
• Trained in First Aid, or undertake certified first aid training within six months after starting service.
• Have a clean record sheet in relation to offences recorded in or outside the United Arab Emirates.
• MUST hold CCTV certificate and undergo Dubai Police Training Certificate, and registered with Dubai Police.
• The applicant must obtain confidentiality at all times; Should have an understanding and ability to work in a multicultural environment.

Specific Duties and Responsibilities
Policing of Hotel Property and its clients.
Patrolling and reporting of issues noted throughout the property.
Advising and supporting Hotel Management during any crisis.
Responding correctly to criminal offences/activities affecting the hotel, its employees and clients.
Liasing with emergency services, Government and Local Government representatives.
To be fully conversant with Operational Procedures and Guidance notes in manual held in the Security Office.
To be fully conversant with the layout of the Property.
To be fully conversant with the Unican lock system ‘Security’ related procedures.
To be fully conversant with the Phoenix Service Units and opening procedures.
To be fully conversant with Lost & Found procedures.
To attend any training sessions as and when required.
To ensure a high standard of personal hygiene and appearance at all times.
To comply with any reasonable instructions issued by management.
To be fully conversant with the hotel fire and emergency procedures.
To generally promote and ensure good inter-departmental relations.
To display a pleasant manner and positive attitude at all times and to promote a good company image to guests and colleagues.

Security Manager, Italy/France

Company: Bristol-Myers Squibb (BMS)
Location: Italy/France

To protect and secure Company personnel, product, property and information, and to supervise and co-ordinate all security related programs at the Company Manufacturing site, Anagni, Italy, and at the BMS Italy (Sales and Marketing) site EUR, Rome, and to provide support in the implementation of Corporate security policies. In addition, to oversee security, as stated above, at the BMS manufacturing site in Agen, France, by means of occasional visits and contact with appropriate management and to assist the Director Corporate Security International on occasional tasks in Europe. The approximate division of work involved for each of the sites will be: BMS Anagni (60%), BMS Italy (20%), BMS Agen, France and Europe (20%).

Principal responsibilites 
1. Identify and assess the risks with which security has to cope or guard against.
2. Prepare and/or update security procedures based upon Corporate guidelines, in conjunction with local management.
3. Co-ordinate the application of the security procedures.
4. Prepare and conduct training for employees on all security related matters as part of their induction, and thereafter at regular intervals, as directed by local management.
5. Liaise with the contract security company(s) on the training requirements and standards of all security personnel employed by the Company. Review tests results for individuals before their acceptance as guards at Company sites, and annually thereafter. Direct and supervise all security personnel on a daily basis.
6. Provide security advice to local management on a day-to-day basis. Major security decisions are to be made in consultation with Director, Corporate Security International.
7. Ensure that senior local management is briefed on all security issues, and that the Director, Corporate Security International is advised on all matters that require action or decisions to be taken by them.
8. Conduct initial investigations concerning matters of security, as directed by local management, and in liaison with Director, Corporate Security International.
9. Ensure the proper maintenance of all security equipment installed at the BMS sites in Italy and the manufacturing site in France, in conjunction with the appropriate BMS and contract management functions.
10. Develop and maintain regular liaison with law enforcement agencies to ensure that effective security support will be given to the Company in time of need, and liaise with local emergency services to ensure that they are aware of possible emergency situations and Company procedures.

The Security Manager must make frequent decisions on a daily basis, ranging from procedural problems experienced by employees, to emergencies situations. In many cases decisions may have to be made without taking counsel from senior management.
Recommendations to improve procedures or to install equipment would need to be reviewed by local management and by Director, Corporate Security International. All security matters relating to Corporate Policy would have to be discussed with Director, Corporate Security International.

Security Advisor ,Spain

Position: Security Advisor
Company: Client Confidential
Location: Spain

Negotiable Salary with benefits that include fully expensed company car. Fluent in Spanish and English. EU passport holder is essential.

The Role
To provide efficient advice to senior management ensuring the Group’s strategies, procedures, and operational plans for dealing with security, critical incidents and disaster recovery (SCIDR) in the Iberia region are monitored, evaluated and implemented effectively. At the organisation’s discretion carry out a targeted programme of evaluation of SCIDR readiness and effectiveness for facilities and management teams within area of responsibility. Including:
o Devise and implement exercises relevant to the geographical location and current threat/risk assessment.
o Provide reports as to security infrastructure performance and potential improvements.
o To monitor the risks and threats posed to the business through national and international protest groups.
o To provide bespoke risk-assessments to the business and offer professional advice as to how those risks can be removed or mitigated.
To provide guidance and education to the business and liaison with civil authorities and practical assistance where a SCIDR event occurs.
To provide assistance in the SCIDR field for insurance audits.
To develop and maintain a wide network of contacts in the SCIDR field within the business and civil authorities, North Europe region.
To provide best practice recommendations and assistance to support the organisation’s policies and procedures on reducing shrinkage.
In relation to new stores to engage with local law-enforcement to ensure compliance with regulations and the safety of customers, visitors and staff.
To provide expertise and practical assistance for the Group AGM and other major events.
To monitor & evaluate, security guard effectiveness and performance.
To provide practical assistance in relation to breaches of security, e.g. theft and fraud.
To investigate the applicability and usefulness of new or advanced technology to facilities within the business, make recommendations based on its cost effectiveness, investigate suppliers and monitor the effectiveness of any installation.
At the direction of the Head of Group Security to assist Group Security personnel in any other matter.

The Person
Verbal and written fluency in both Spanish and English (Portuguese would be an advantage).
Likely to have extensive middle level experience in police or intelligence field.
International experience
Led/influenced significant change process
Led in tough/challenging situations
Good understanding of civil, criminal and employment law.
Significant practical experience in dealing with major incidents in the SCIDR field.
Exposure to investigations spanning multi-executive and judicial environments

Apply via email to with details of your compensation over the past 2 years. Ref: 4942803

Security Officer , Germany

Employer: CBM
Closing date: 10 Dec 2012

CBM is an international development organisation, committed to improving the quality of life of persons with disabilities in the poorest countries of the world. Based on its values and over 100 years of professional expertise, CBM addresses poverty as a cause and a consequence of disability, and works in partnership to create a society for all. CBM’s vision is: “an inclusive world in which all persons with disabilities enjoy their human rights and achieve their full potential”. CBM works with persons with disabilities, their families, local partner organisations, alliance partners including UN agencies, global organisations, and Disabled Persons’ Organisations (DPOs). CBM has been involved from the outset with "VISION 2020: The Right to Sight", a global initiative with the International Agency for the Prevention of Blindness (IAPB) to eliminate avoidable blindness by the year 2020, and other global initiatives such as the provision of affordable hearing aids, education for all and community mental health. CBM is also recognised as a collaborating organisation by the World Health Organization (WHO) and has consultative status with the United Nations Economic and Social Council (ECOSOC). Together with its partner organisations, CBM is active in more than 700 projects in 81 countries in Africa, Asia, and Latin America, and in 2011, reached more than 36 million people.

CBM’s International Office in Bensheim, Germany, is accepting applications for SECURITY OFFICER.

Location: Bensheim, Germany
Contract Duration: 2 years
Contract start: January 2013

Objective: Reporting to the International Office Security Manager, the Security Officer supports the development and maintenance of CBM’s global staff security management system.

Main Tasks:
Pro-actively screen security and news sites for (potential) crisis areas that could affect CBM staff and facilitate the subsequent dialogue with field based offices; Support the Security Manager in the roll out of security management to all CBM regions; Operate and maintain CBM staff safety and security database; Operate and maintain CBM staff safety and security resources; Gather and process staff travel tracking data; Perform administrative tasks with regard to the security budget; Act as a member of CBM’s crisis management team; Support the Security Manager in training and team building of the crisis management team; Support security training and staff briefing; Support the learning process in security management in CBM.

Professional Profile and Requirement: A bachelor degree or equivalent by experience; Good understanding of the background and dynamics of global conflicts and the potential dangers to people living and traveling in insecure areas; Intercultural knowledge and sensitivity through living and working experience in a developing country; Well travelled; A background in security, human resources and/or NGO work is a plus; Ability to explain and maintain safety & security standards among staff; Proficient computer skills (MS Office); Very good spoken and written English; Other languages like German, French or Spanish are an added advantage; Willingness to take on responsibility; Good organizational skills; Ability to maintain confidentiality with sensitive information; Willingness to travel to developing countries for meetings, on-the-job training and workshops; Willingness to be available on short notice when a crisis occurs; Must have work permit for Germany/Schengen countries; The future job holder adheres to CBM beliefs as well as values and commits to CBM’s Child Protection Policy.

How to apply:
CBM encourages persons with disabilities to apply for this position.

Candidates meeting these qualifications that have a work permit for Germany/Schengen countries, are invited to submit a meaningful cover letter, indicating why he/she wants to work for CBM, a CV (max 4 pages), three professional references, salary expectations and availability via email (max 2MB) and in English to

For more information about CBM, please visit

Safety and Security Manager

The Safety and Security Manager for Humanitarian Response Team (SSM / HRT) oversees and advises on the Humanitarian Response Team’s safety and security management. S/he provides capacity building and technical support to both the humanitarian response team and country programs on all aspects of staff safety and security and ensures appropriate systems are in place. The SSM / HRT builds humanitarian response safety and security management systems which are consistent with Save the Children’s Safety and Security Policy and Standards. The position conducts safety and security assessments, provides training for staff, analyzes incident reports and security updates, and responds to the Humanitarian Response Team’s inquiries. This position is based in Washington D.C. and requires frequent international travel.


•Monitor and analyze security updates and incident reports and identify significant events or trends •Review and gather appropriate safety and security related information, articles, manuals and share them with appropriate staff •Maintain up-to-date risk profile for countries / areas where SC programs are located •Communicate regularly with HRT Team Leader / Country Director to gather feedback; provide guidance, advice and support; help formulate strategies to improve safety and security management •Report regularly to managers highlighting activities and safety and security related priorities •Maintain Safety and Security Focal Person (SSFP) roster •Manage on-line incident reporting and sitreps •Provide technical input to proposal development and make recommendations for appropriate safety and security budgets

Logistics & Security Manager - Jordan

In response to the increasing rate of displacement from Syria to Jordan, NRC is looking for immediate and medium-term opportunities to address needs with a focus on areas where NRC’s strength and added value may be relevant.

NRC requires now a Logistic and Security Manager who is the overall responsible for NRC’s logistic activities and security set-up in Jordan. The Logistics and Security Manager reports to the NRC Country Director in NRC Jordan.

Job description Overall responsibilities ■Strengthen and support the NRC Jordan program with special emphasis on procurement, distribution, transport, logistics and security ■Develop the response system within Logistics ■Recruiting, training and capacity building ■Assist in logistics budget preparation and follow up ■Ensure that reporting deadlines are met ■Ensure timely delivery of support services to projects

Logistics/ procurement ■Manage accounting, reporting, internal control systems and maintenance of records ■Responsible for all logistics structures and staffing levels ■Develop contingency plans for rapid up scaling of logistics & procurement capacity ■Maintain and develop procurement pipelines for future emergency responses ■Responsible for agreements with suppliers ■Responsible for regular market survey ■Directly supervise the procurement done in NRC Jordan

Transport/ garage ■Responsible that procedures are in place for quality control (maintenance) of vehicles ■Responsible for current database for transport and ensure implementation of database in sub offices ■Responsible for vehicle case files, reporting, internal control systems and advise

Nov 18, 2012

Project Security Manager, GCC (A leading engineering firm)

Location: EMEA - Dubai - United Arab Emirates

Working within this multinational engineering firm, the focus of this role is to manage all aspects of security projects across the GCC region, including technical, financial and time elements to meet objectives.

· Manage assigned security projects to meet business plan objectives
· Collaborate within and outside Operation Centre (OC)
· Take a wider view than OC alone, communicate across regions, think global, as well as local - support the ‘best for project’ initiative
· Actively engage Relationship Clients in communication on your projects
· Ensure the successful financial performance of the assigned projects and monitor; Utilisation, bill to target rates, productivity factors and complete workbooks
· Manage resources on your assigned projects in consultation with your manager
· Be part of the Performance Dialogue process with your manager
· Be a team player and foster and maintain a high level of staff morale and enthusiasm within the Section
· Contribute to technical team building
· Actively support a zero harm safety culture
· Develop new business for the security section in line with Business Unit Key Client strategies

Nov 16, 2012

Petraeus believed terrorists behind Libya attack

Associated Press/Cliff Owen - A Capitol Hill Police officer guards a staircase near the hearing room where former CIA Director David Petraeus is testifing before the House Intelligence committee .

WASHINGTON (AP) — Ex-CIA Director David Petraeus told lawmakers during private hearings Friday that he believed all along that the deadly attack on the U.S. consulate in Libya was a terrorist strike, even though that wasn't how the Obama administrationinitially described it publicly.
The retired four-star general addressed the House and Senate intelligence committees as questions continue to persist over what the Obama administration knew in the immediate aftermath of the Sept. 11 attacks and why their public description did not matchintelligence agencies' assessments.
Lawmakers said Petraeus testified that the CIA's draft talking points written in response to the assault on the diplomat post inBenghazi that killed four Americans referred to it as a terrorist attack. But Petraeus told the lawmakers that reference was removed from the final version, although he wasn't sure which federal agency took out the reference."The general was adamant there was no politicization of the process, no White House interference or political agenda," said Rep. Adam Schiff, D-Calif. "He completely debunked that idea."

Security Administration Manager

The Role
Our company is seeking an experienced Security Administration Manager to manage their day to day administrative responsibilities including but not limited to business development, contracting, proposal writing, marketing, client interactions as well as the preparation and submittal of various reports.

The position will be based in Kabul, however since the company operates in a number of areas throughout Afghanistan, the candidate must be prepared to travel as required.

Key Duties
•Responsible for sourcing, managing and the implementation of new business opportunities which includes marketing, advertising and promotional planning
•Excellent research skills and the ability to write persuasively and articulately are essential
•You will be expected to be both Customer and Company focused with a proactive approach as well as being able to handle and implement new ideas
•Serve as the point of contact for customers on contractual matters. Acts as contractual "middleman" between Company Management and customers, ensuring timely review and approval/reconciliation of variations
•Analyze existing internal processes and recommend and implement procedural or policy changes to improve operations

Program Manager – Convoy Security , Afgnanistan

The Role
The Convoy Security Program Manager will be responsible for providing leadership and management oversight to plan, transition, integrate, consolidate and control Convoy Security missions throughout Afghanistan.

The role involves working with both the Client and contractors while implementing a collaborative approach to institute and maintain a positive security culture. Accountable for rigorous conduct of operations, regulatory compliance, risk mitigation and incorporating business goals. Responsible for the timely and effective management of convoy security operations throughout Afghanistan. Standardizes operations and deploys best practices among sites.

Key Duties
•Responsible for identifying, developing, implementing and maintaining convoy security processes, practices, and policies throughout the organization
•Responsible for responding to incidents, reducing risks, and to be aware of and have access to information on any potential risks (i.e. financial, physical security, reputation etc.) and directs the ongoing strategy to mitigate risk and maintain continuity of operations
•Provides a safeguard to both the Company and Customer and their organization’s assets, including intellectual property
•Coordinates with Senior Management in implementing operational strategies that will ensure protection for Company Personnel and Customer
•You will be expected to be both Customer and Company focused with a proactive approach as well as being able to handle and implement new ideas
•Responsible for reviewing contract terms and conditions ensuring compliance;
•Responsible for executing Customer contractual obligations in order to carry out the daily operations while remaining within budget;

Super Material Can Stop Speeding Bullet

Super Material Can Stop Speeding

Researchers at a Rice University lab are researching technology that that could potentially stop a 9-millimeter bullet and seal the entryway behind it - an advance that may have huge implications for ballistic protection for soldiers, as well as other uses.
During tests, the researchers were able to shoot tiny glass beads at the material, which effectively stopped bullets in their paths.
"This would be a great ballistic windshield material," scientist Ned Thomas said in a clip posted on the university's website.

Nov 15, 2012

Assistant Security & Training Manager - Rumailla, Iraq

Job Reference: G4S/RM/1139
Contract Type: Full Time
Salary: $90,000 per annum paid in equal monthly instalments:
Closing Date: November 20, 2012

Job Introduction:
An exciting opportunity has arisen within our BP contract based in Rumailla, Iraq for an Assistant Security & Training Manager, the primary agent for operational management, design, delivery and measurement of training and contract compliance across the contract. To facilitate the smooth running of the project by applying sound managerial principles and judgement. The role will interface with both the Client's Management Teams and G4S Secure Solutions Iraq Management Team. Training will include driving skills, protective security and basic medical skills.

You will have commercial security management experience and have served at least 8 years exemplary military or police service service with 2 years previous experience in Iraq. Proven experience in training multi-national personnel is essential. You will also hold the following:
SIA Licence
MIRA qualification
NEBOSH qualification

In return you will be employed on a 12 month rolling service agreement on a salary of $90,000 per annum which is paid across the term of the contract in 12 equal monthly instalments. The contract is worked on a rotation of 6 weeks in country and 6 weeks out.

G4S Risk Management is the specialist protective security and consulting arm of G4S plc, the world’s leading international security solutions group and a FTSE 100 listed company. It builds on the comprehensive experience and the global expertise of G4S, with its 600,000 employees and an annual turnover in excess of £5 billion. G4S Risk Management provides a range of services for clients operating in complex or sensitive environments.

Role Responsibility:
Oversee and co-ordinate all G4S activities in support of BP operations on a daily and as required basis.
Ensure compliance with Iraqi law and local requirements.
Ensure that full training and personnel records are maintained for all G4S personnel.
Ensure that all G4S rotational leave plans are implemented.
Manage and co-ordinate all communications and Control Room requirements in support of BP Operations.
Assess and supervise any local security arrangements.
Develop reporting procedures for security incidents.
Assist in the development of evacuation and medical plans.

Intelligence Coordinator , South Africa

Employer : Petra Diamonds Limited

Petra Diamonds Limited is an important supplier of rough diamonds to the international market, with a major resource base of 309 million carats.
The company offers an exceptional growth profile within the diamond sector, with a core objective to grow annual production to around 4 million carats by FY 2014 and further increase output to over 5 million carats by FY 2019.

(Southern Region) Based in Kimberley and reporting to the Security Intelligence Manager, the successful candidate will coordinate the collection of Information and Intelligence from various sources for analysis, dissemination and decision-making as well as identify and appropriately address threats and vulnerabilities that impact on Petra Diamonds operations in the southern region.

Tasks and responsibilities:
• Establish and maintain an effective internal and external information gathering network, primarily in the southern region
• Collect information through a planned and systematic intelligence process to ensure accuracy
•Coordinate the collection and input of data and information for analysis, dissemination and decision-making
• Accurately populate and effectively maintain Information Reports on Online Intelligence for analysis and dissemination purposes
• Develop and maintain an updated database of all sources and informers
• Accurately document and update source payments
• Provide weekly updates and inputs to the Security Intelligence Manager on data/information collected and Intelligence Projects.
• Timeous reporting of data/information and Intelligence to the Security Intelligence Manager.
• Build and maintain good working relationships with the Security Intelligence Manager and colleagues, with Management and employees, and with internal and external stakeholders
• Maintain an accurate and updated list of all equipment
• Ensure optimal utilisation of equipment
• Ensure all equipment is in good working order at all times Immediately report and address faulty equipment
• Ensure adherence to Safety, Health and Environmental (SHE)policies and procedures.

Minimum requirements:
• Grade 12 with National Higher Certificate/Diploma in Security Risk Management or equivalent
•PSIRA- Grade A/B
• Certificate of Fitness and Security Vetting (to be obtained with employment)

Security Services Manager, Qatar

Company: Bin Arbaid Trading & Contracting - A Group of Company


Good experience in managing security services
Military background is an advantage
Responsible for planning, developing and implementing security plans
Ensure proper preparing of tenders, quotations and necessary agreements

Please send your CV and certificates to:

Intern - Disarmament , Lome Togo

UN Office for Disarmament Affairs
Closing date: 30 Nov 2012

About UNREC:
At the twenty-first Assembly of the Organization of African Unity, held in Addis Ababa from 18 to 20 July 1985, the Heads of State and Government called upon the Secretary-General of the United Nations to establish a regional office in Africa to promote peace, disarmament and development.

On 16 December 1985, in response to this call and reaffirming its previous resolutions on regional disarmament, the General Assembly adopted a resolution creating the United Nations Regional Centre for Peace and Disarmament in Africa - UNREC (resolution A/Res/40/151/G). UNREC was established within the framework of the Secretariat on 1 January 1986 in Lomé, Togo, and is part of the United Nations Office for Disarmament Affairs.

UNREC internship programme:
UNREC offers a limited number of unpaid internships for periods of three months minimum to a maximum of six months. Interns are based in Lomé, Togo, and work full time.

Interns assist with research and drafting, as well as with logistical tasks. They are placed under the responsibility of a project/programme coordinator, but are expected to participate in all activities of UNREC. They are also encouraged to take advantage of the learning opportunities offered in Lomé, for example by attending seminars and briefings.

Applicants should demonstrate an interest in disarmament, arms control, peace and security or related issues such as gender, conflict resolution, peacekeeping, security sector reform and small arms control.

Interns must be able to work independently and demonstrate initiative and flexibility to effectively benefit from an internship at UNREC.

The objective of the UNREC internship programme is to:

•provide interns with an opportunity to gain practical work experience related to their academic programme or future work in a field related to UNREC's mission;
•enable interns to match theoretical knowledge with practical implementation of projects; and
•enable UNREC programmes to benefit from the work undertaken by interns.

Qualifications and requirements:
Interns should possess or be in the process of acquiring a Master’s degree, preferably in international relations, security and conflict studies, strategic and defence studies, political science, international law, public policy and administration, or similar. Interns must be fluent in English or French and preferably have a good general knowledge of the other language.
How to apply:

Application procedure:

Interested applicants should send a signed motivational letter and and up-to-date curriculum vitae to, indicating in the subject line ‘Internship applicant Winter/Spring 2013’. No later than November 30, 2012

Incomplete applications will not be addressed.

Only short-listed applicants will be contacted by e-mail

Security Supervisor ( Alfardan Properties Co.) , Qatar

Job Summary
Patrol residential and commercial premises to prevent and detect signs of intrusion and ensure security of doors, windows, and gates.
•Answer alarms and investigate disturbances.
•Monitor and authorize entrance and departure of employees, visitors, and other persons to guard against theft and maintain security of premises.
•Write reports of daily activities and irregularities, such as equipment or property damage, theft, presence of unauthorized persons, or unusual occurrences.
•Call police or fire departments in cases of emergency, such as fire or presence of unauthorized persons.
•Circulate among visitors, patrons, and employees to preserve order and protect property.
•Answer telephone calls to take messages, answer questions, and provide information during and non-business hours or when switchboard is closed.
•Warn persons of rule infractions or violations, and apprehend or evict violators from premises, using force when necessary.
•Operate detecting devices to screen individuals and prevent passage of prohibited articles into restricted areas.
•Escort or drive motor vehicle to transport individuals to specified locations and to provide personal protection.
•Inspect and adjust security systems, equipment, and machinery to ensure operational use and to detect evidence of tampering.
•Drive and guard armored vehicle to transport money and valuables to prevent theft and ensure safe delivery. 

Security Supervisor / Loss Prevention Supervisor

Employer: Rotana Hotels - Jumeira Rotana - Dubai
Ref : JB1836454

We are currently seeking enthusiastic, dynamic and committed Security Professionals who want to move their career forward and holder of the Security Supervisor Licenses issued from Dubai Police

As a Security Supervisor / Loss Prevention Supervisor you are responsible to protect and safeguard all hotel guests, employees, their belongings and all hotel assets, whereby your role will include key responsibilities such as:

•Supervise other Security Officers and conduct briefing for them
•Assign duties as per the instructions from Security Manager
•Prepare duty roster and conduct departmental orientation for new employees
•Coordinate with the local police, CID if required
•Check the property on a daily basis for any damage or any incidents
•Guard entrance and exits and submit reports to the Lobby Manager daily
•Monitor designated areas on the closed CCTV
•Ensure that ‘Fire Exit’ doors are kept free of blockage at all times and ensure that fire and safety equipments are in their right places
•Perform all tasks consistently in line with the hotel standards and adhere to all legal and statutory requirementsSkills

Education, Qualifications & Experiences
You should ideally be a certified Security Professional with previous experiences preferably with a hotel security or a similar security branch background. Additional certifications like CPR, First Aid, BHV or the use of AED

Security Manager , Abu Dhabi

Job Summary:
To assist the Director of Guest care in managing and supervising the day-to-day Guest care team, to ensure the safety and well being of all guests, visitors, internal guests and property.

· Maintain complete knowledge of and comply with all departmental policies, service procedures and standards.
· Ensure that standards are maintained at a superior level on a daily basis.
· Determine training requirements and conduct appropriate courses and seminars
· Ensure continuing training and development of Guest Care staff
· Participate in the implementation of the Hotel’s crisis Management Team (CMT)
· To assist in the design, implementation and regular reviews of the Safety policies and procedures
· Note and report broken defective or dangerous equipment as well as facilitates repairs and corrective action to items within the property that may presents a hazard or threat to the life, safety and well being of our guests and employees.
· Implement all emergency/ fire procedures and ensure that staff is fully conversant with all the above.
· Handle emergency situations when necessary.
· Handle all guest-related incidents as necessary.
· Prepare work schedules for effective staffing, ensuring efficient operation of the department within specific labor standards.
· Maintain high morale, minimizing turnover and concentrating on staff developments.
· Conduct monthly departmental meetings.
· Ensure that all staff within his/ her jurisdiction have current job description and organizational charts.

Security Manager , UAE

Summary of Responsibilities:
Reporting to the Financial Comptroller, responsibilities and essential job functions include but are not limited to the following:
Consistently offers professional, engaging and friendly service
Actively participate in the design and execution of the Crisis Management Program.
Facilitate departmental training programs on security standards, first aid coverage and fire safety training.
Lead a team of security officers via strong performance management.
Constantly seek ways to build customer/guest loyalty and improve guest recognition programs.
Ensure the safety and security of our guests, employees, assets and facilities by conducting regular patrols.
Conduct monthly key audits and safety audits as requested.
Rendering First-Aid to guests and employees as required by internal guidelines.
Ensure all incidents are documented as required by internal guidelines.

3-5 years experience in the Hospitality Industry.
Outstanding communication skills, both written & verbal.
A confident & dynamic speaker, able to communicate and interact effectively with all levels of an organization.
Enthusiastic and positive personality with the ability to build trusting relationships with others.
Proven organizational skills, works well on their own. Able to set and meet deadlines with quality results.
Applicable job related skills as per Accountable Duties.

Visa Requirements: Please note that you must be eligible to live and work in Dubai. We will assist successful applicants with the visa process and provide flights and accommodation.

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Closing Date : 06.Dec.2012

Job Number: PMI00161

Security Supervisor, UAE

Summary of Responsibilities:
Reporting to the Security Manager, responsibilities and essential job functions include but are not limited to the following:
Consistently offers professional, engaging and friendly service
Adhere to all policies as set forth by the Security Manager
Supervise the surveillance of the closed circuit television system and supply evidence on CD as necessary
Complete a daily shift occurrence report accurately and in its entirety ensuring that particular attention is paid to times that certain activities are performed
Supervise all contract security personnel and daily operations
Complete accident and incident forms accurately, in their entirety and in a timely manner
Review Daily News and Manager on Duty reports and keep up to date with all VIP arrivals/protocols
Check ID’s of visitors and employees on an as needed basis
Security screen all individuals other than hotel employees
Consistently check all packages/ bundles being carried out by all persons vacating the property via the employee entrance
Use Scanning/Magnetron equipment when directed by ADTA
Open secured areas for authorized personnel and log activity
Check door locks throughout the hotel

CCTV Operator , United Arab Emirates-Dubai

Summary of Responsibilities:
To operate and monitor all systems, including CCTV, within the control room in a professional and efficient manner. To ensure integrity, accuracy and confidentiality of all information gained by compliance with Fairmont quality standards and legislation. Reporting to the Security Manager, responsibilities and essential job functions include but are not limited to the following:
To operate and monitor all systems within the control room in an efficient manner ensuring that all work is undertaken in compliance with security operating procedure, legislation and Fairmont code of practice/ethics.
To liaise with the police, service providers and internal concerned departments to ensure that appropriate use of the system.
To include all evidential records and witness statements to a standard acceptable to the rules of evidence.
To record all events and actions taken in a clear, legible and accurate written occurrence book supported by the dedicated Fairmont standards format.
To provide an efficient and courteous radio and telephone answering service and deal efficiently with all enquires.
To report equipment failure to the security supervisor to maximize operation of the system.
To maintain a secure system for providing data in accordance with the regulations set up by Department of Protective Systems (DPS) and to ensure the security of the control room and equipment is maintained at all times.

Security & Safety Manager , Malaysia

In line with our expansion and quest for quality excellence, we are seeking dynamic and career-minded individuals to join our team.

Security & Safety Manager

Candidates for above positions should fulfill the following requirements:
Process relevant academic or professional qualification
Proficiency in English, Chinese and Bahasa Malaysia
Min 3-5 years relevant working experience in Hotel Industry or equivalent
For other positions kindly visit our website for more information

Interested candidates may apply online or submit their detailed resume together with a passport sized photograph (nr) via mail /fax / email :

Tel : 05-2428888 (EXT209)
Fax : 05-2424962
Email :
Website :

(Only short-listed candidates will be informed)

Security Shift Manager , Overseas

Job Description Responsible for the overall operation of the Security Department

• Determine levels of staffing and develops comprehensive training and maintenance programs.
• Ensure that all information / reports required from the Security Department are submitted to the Casino Manager in a timely manner.
• Maintain high employee moral and good customer relations.
• Assign duties to Security Shift Managers according to their abilities, performance and experience.
• Observe the entire Security operation in the performance of duties to evaluate efficiency and to detect and correct inefficient work practices.
• Interview and hire workers to fill vacant positions.
• Develop and initiate a comprehensive staff evaluation system.
• Demonstrate and explain methods of detecting and apprehending those suspected of violating company policy and procedures.
• Analyze Security needs, estimates costs, and present proposals.
• Assist in developing of Emergency Procedures and may be required to take command in emergencies.
• Responsible for ensuring that all emergency equipment is in good working order
• Co-ordinates fire drills.
• Ensure that all Company policies and procedures are strictly adhered to, and to report any breach of this policy or procedure to the Compliance Manager.
• Other duties as required.

• At least 10 years experience within the security industry with 6 years or more in a management role. Experience within the hospitality industry essential, Casino experience preferred.
• Maintain and conforms to uniform standards required by Security department.
• Good communication skills.

Security Officer - Madinat Jumeirah

Salary: Competitive

About Jumeirah and the hotel
The Madinat Jumeirah is a luxurious 5 star resort of unique qualities where everyone and everything is considered. It is a magnificent tribute to Dubai's heritage and is styled to resemble an ancient Arabian citadel with luxurious and ornate meandering waterways which transport guests to two grand boutique hotels, courtyard summer houses, a traditional souk, the Talise Spa, the region's leading conference and banqueting centre, unlimited recreational facilities and the superlative Quay Health Club. About the role

Purpose: Under the guidance and supervision of the Team Leaders and Senior Security Officers, the Security Officer is responsible for participating in the processes and activities required maintaining the security and safety of the Madinat Jumeirah Resort, colleagues and guests.

Main Duties
To be the main point of contact in emergency situations.
To follow the security policies and procedures at all times.
To do foot and vehicle patrols.
To escalate all concerns related to Fire and Life&Safety to more senior colleagues.
To make necessary entries in the security logbook and ensure information is registered on a daily basis.
To handle lost and found inquiries.
To control the colleague and outside visitor access points.
To issue supplier passes and control property removal by using the correct authorisation receipts.
To be responsible for controlling traffic movements by preventing extended parking time at critical locations within the hotel premises.

About you
Higher Secondary Education

College Graduate
Degree in Criminology

Minimum of 6 months security experience in a customer related service oriented role.

Military background
Hospitality Course

Proven knowledge in Fire & Safety
Computer skills

Dubai Police approved training
Familiar with CCTV Operations
Basic working knowledge of the law

Able to converse in English
Flexible attitude

Physically and mentally fit
Tall and well built

Regional Senior Manager - Security Operations , Hong Kong

Position Description
• This position directs and develops a high performing team to conduct corporate investigations, audit the performance of the Global Sourcing anti-corruption program in factories/suppliers globally.
• Manages regional team and verifies quality of investigative reports.
• Provides anti-corruption CAP requirements consultation and training for senior leadership at suppliers/factories, and audit/inspection vendors on a global basis.
• Uses the anti-corruption and fraud prevention measures contained with AFCE requirements to change behaviors related to corruption at the supplier and factory level.
• Identifies trends in corruption behaviors at the factory/ supplier level and recommends changes to the anti-corruption program to senior leaders with Global Sourcing
• This position involves working closely with cross functional peers within Global Sourcing to achieve success.
• The sr. manager/director has a great deal of autonomy for making operational decisions after consultation with a Supervisor
• Assesses and directs the teams responsible for conducting investigations, assessing anti-corruption program compliance at suppliers/factories, partners and audit/inspection vendors.
• Ownership and responsibility for investigative reports, designing and implementing anti-corruption training for suppliers/factories, partners and audit/inspection vendors.
• Aligns with Global Sourcing, Ethical Sourcing, QA, QC, SCS, and Corporate Ethics to develop appropriate training tools and measurements for monitoring anti-corruption compliance.
• Directs the auditing of anti-corruption program by suppliers, factories, third party partners and audit/inspection vendors .

Safety and Security Manager - Park Hyatt Dubai

The Safety and Security Manager is responsible to develop, implement, monitor and evaluate the hotel’s safety and security procedures, including fire safety, employee and asset protection.

Ideally with a professional diploma or certificate in Safety and Security.
Minimum 2 years work experience as Security Manager, or Assistant Security Manager in larger operation. Good practical, operational and adequate administrative skills are a must.

Park Hyatt Dubai
PO Box 2822, Dubai, United Arab Emirates
Tel: +971 4 602 1234
Fax: +971 4 602 1235

Nov 14, 2012

Instructors required

Marsec International ltd is, and has been moving through a recent rapid expansion in the services we provide. As a result of our expansion we are currently seeking high quality instructors from a number of different avenues, which include:

1) A highly experienced, merchant seaman with all the relevant STCW qualifications and instructor experience. This position would ideally suit those in and around the Manchester area who are able to work on an adhoc basis. The role would involve delivering elements of the STCW95 packages alongside other highly developed individuals.

2) We offer teaching qualifications that are applicable to students over the age of 16 years, these include the PTLLS level 3 up to the DTLLS level 5. For this we are looking for suitably qualified instructors with the qualifications nearing the higher end of the spectrum to continue our delivery of teaching in the lifelong learning sector.

3) We are also interested in powerboat instructors who adeptly qualified and preferably with a ex military background. This is not a necessity but would add value to training and instruction to a large ex military market.

Other areas of interest are the health and safety and close protection sectors, including IOSH and NEBOSH.

If you feel you hold some of these pertinent qualifications and are interested in an instructor role position within the company then please forward your CV with a brief covering email to 

Please ensure you highlight your attributes toward the top of the CV and head the email with the instructor role you are looking for.

Close Protection Officers , U.K

Looking for 4/5 Close Protection Operatives, male or female, for 2 months next year, dates to be confirmed but will be between June and August 2013.

Must have previous experience in protecting small groups of people; applicant must live or be able to travel to Nottinghamshire on a daily basis.

Successful applicants will be working in pairs looking after HVT's and will be required to produce a risk assessment and evac plans on all locations the clients travel to.

Once successful, you will be required to sign an Non-Disclosure Agreement.

Pay £150.00 per day (depending on experience).

If this project is successful there will be regular work from the client.

Email :

Nov 13, 2012

Security Manager

Job ID: 2012-9149
Casino Property: Hollywood Casino at CharlesTown
Location: US-WV-Charles Town

Penn National Gaming has thrilled and entertained guests since 1971 when it all began as a horse racing venue. From a single race track, we have grown to be one of the nation’s largest gaming companies, operating properties that offer broad and diverse gaming and pari-mutuel wagering experiences. PENN is dedicated to becoming the undisputed leader in guest service by offering a Red Carpet experience for each and every guest.
Your daily responsibilities include:
Responsible for managing the daily operations and directing the activities of the Security department to ensure goals and objectives are achieved
Determines manpower requirements and ensures adequate personnel have been scheduled to provide maximum-security coverage with minimum labor costs
Maintains and keeps updated list of trespassed guests
Administers training programs for assigned personnel that will ensure effective security of gaming and money handing experience
Counsels, guides and instructs personnel on the proper performance of their duties. Performs the function of hiring, training, and developing employee’s skills; reviewing employee’s performance and administering discipline
Responsible for the preparation and coordination of the annual budget, including the monitoring of facilities and expenses.

Shift Manager, Global Security Command Center

Location: US-WA-Seattle
Company: Amazon Fulfillment Svcs, Inc
Position Category: Corporate Operations

Job Description
The mission of the Worldwide Security Operations team is to mitigate security and related operational risks to our Associates, Data, and Physical Assets. Amazon is looking for an action-oriented individual to oversee daily operations within the Global Security Control Center. This individual will triage, escalate, and manage responses to all events impacting or threatening personnel, property, or assets. The manager will be the senior decision-making authority within the center, and will help identify, assess and coordinate the communication and response to security related incidents and crisis that may impact our company and its Associates. This includes situational awareness, resiliency, and crisis management operations.
Using proprietary and commercially available sources of information and software, the Shift Manager will monitor risks that could negatively affect Amazon sites worldwide including weather, natural and man-made disasters, and political unrest. The manager will take the lead in coordinating responses to work place violence and other security or exigent incidents. This role will also monitor internal and external systems (internet, news-feeds, and other data sources) to identify, assess, and manage communications to team members, regional leaders, affected organizations (external or internal) and stakeholders throughout the incident life-cycle. The Shift Manager will take managerial ownership of their shift and be responsible for ensuring performance SLAs are met, that responses are appropriate according to policies and procedures, and for developing and motivating a highly performant staff. The GSCC is a 24/7 operation and shift work will be required potentially to include nights and weekends.

General investigated for emails to Petraeus friend

Associated Press/Musadeq Sadeq, File - FILE - This July 22, 2012, file photo shows U.S. Gen. John Allen, top commander of the NATO-led International Security Assistance Forces (ISAF) and U.S. forces in Afghanistan, …more 

PERTH, Australia (AP) — In a new twist to the Gen. David Petraeussex scandal, the Pentagon said Tuesday that the top American commander in Afghanistan, Gen. John Allen, is under investigationfor alleged "inappropriate communications" with a woman who is said to have received threatening emails from Paula Broadwell, the woman with whom Petraeus had an extramarital affair.

Defense Secretary Leon Panetta said in a written statement issued to reporters aboard his aircraft, en route from Honolulu to Perth, Australia, that the FBI referred the matter to the Pentagon on Sunday.

Panetta said that he ordered a Pentagon investigation of Allen on Monday.

Nov 11, 2012

Security Site Manager

An upmarket security company in JHB requires the services of a Site Manager in the Johannesburg area.
Candidates must have at least 3 years security management experience within an educational institution or similar.
Must be PSIRA registered and have no criminal record.
Candidates must have own transport and be able to work shifts. 

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Senior Security Supervisor , Hong Kong

A minimum of five years working experience in supervisory level in security industry or disciplinary force
Minimum Form 5 graduate or above
Monitor the performance of the team and other duties as assigned
Able to work shift duties including overnight shift
Holder of valid driving license (category 1 & 2) is an advantage
Holder of valid first aid certificate and safety card preferred
Good experience in office and car park management.
Good interpersonal and communication skills
Self motivation, problem solving and decision making
Good leadership, responsible, independent, well organized and service orientated
Good command of both English and Chinese
Proficiency in MS Word, Excel, Power Point and Chinese Word Processing

Our Offer
Starting Salary from $18,600 per month
Retention Bonus equivalent to one-month basic salary on completion of each year of service
Statutory Holidays and 10 days paid annual leave
Medical and Life Insurance
Free uniform laundry services

Interested parties please send detailed resume with references to the Human Resources & Administration Department, 18/F., Hung To Road, Kwun Tong, Kowloon or email to

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Operations Manager - Security , Australia

Ref : serco-37043
Close Date : 18-11-2012
Location : Wickham Point IDC

Job Description
Key role planning and overseeing daily security routines within the facility suit experienced and qualified Security Manager

Full Description 
As the Operations Manager - Security you will be accountable for planning and co-ordinating the smooth execution of daily security routines of the Centre. You will report to the Senior Operations Manager and assist them in managing all aspects of security/operational policies and procedures.
With solid experience in the Security industry you will be familiar with the day to day complexities of running the security function within a multi function facility and will be prepared to be a highly visible part of the operation.

Your principal Accountabilities:
To be familiar with and ensure that all Client Service staff conform to the procedures for dealing with People in Detention in the Detention Centre Rules, Manager`s Rules, Operational Updates.
Manage daily regimes for People in Detention within the Centre`s recreation and activity areas, visits and the Reception/Discharge procedures, consistent with efficient use of available staff resources.
Manage documentation relating to clients in liaison with members of management.
Training & development of your team.
To maintain a working relationship both internally and with external parties.
To keep the Senior Management Team appropriately informed of operational matters by verbal and written reports.
To attend schedule or assigned relevant meetings.
To carry out duties specified in Emergency Response Plans and Emergency Orders.

Ideally you will have:
Certificate III in Security Operations and be willing to complete Certificate IV within 12 months.
Previous security management experience preferable within a similar environment with a good understanding of operations within a large facility. A strong knowledge of service delivery within a human service industry
Previous Supervisory and people leadership experience
Good report writing skills
The ability to build and foster strong working relationships both internally and with external parties.

Additional Requirements:
Maintain a current Australian Federal Police Clearance
Maintain a current -Working with Children` certificate in accordance with the relevant state child protection legislation (as required)
Meet the character and training requirements of the Migration Act 1958 in order to be designated as an Officer under the Act

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Regional Security Manager

Employer: Anixter 
Location Mississauga, ON Canada
Position Id EB-2196592980

Job Description
The Regional Security Manager is a senior sales position playing a key role in the creation and implementation of market strategy for Anixter security products. This role is responsible for providing leadership and support to multiple locations in various Canadian regions.

This career opportunity is suited for a senior sale’s professional who can provide leadership and direction to the Region’s sales team while developing relationships with product suppliers and key internal sales resources to successfully support Anixter’s Customers and go to market strategies. Included will be the development of key growth strategies and participation in monthly business reviews. In addition the successful candidate will develop and deliver customer education and evaluation programs.

The successful candidate will have the following qualifications:
Bachelor’s degree with a minimum 5 years sales experience including expertise in outside sales and territory management.
Solid background of working with video and access control based security systems.
Excellent communication and presentation skills.
Experience in the following product segments would be a definite asset; IT Systems, Network Cabling, Physical Security, Wireless & Voice.
Strong analytical skills assess customer business requirements and provide alternate solutions.
Must have strong competency in network infrastructure, CCTV, IP, and access control systems.
Strong management skills and proven ability to lead and develop teams.
Proven strategic thinker.

The successful candidate shall have extensive access to our best in class manufacturer’s training and certification programs.

To apply for this position, please forward your resume to:

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