Embedded Police Advisor

Employer: DynCorp International LLC.
Location: Afghanistan

Job Summary

The Embedded Police Advisor (EPA) shall interface primarily with the Chief of Police (COP) staff including, operations, training, personnel, logistics and techniques (motor) monitoring to establish processes, documentation, training programs, reporting, procedures, and property book accountability with the Police Mentoring Teams (PMT). Depending on ISAF joint Command (IJC) priority; mentors shall be prepared to transition to regional, provincial or other district level missions.

Principal Accountabilities
Conduct all training and mentoring operations in support of the Afghanistan National Police (ANP) and will live, sleep, and eat with the Military units assigned.
Be under the operational control of and integrate with the coalition military component and security forces that comprise the Police Mentoring Teams (PMT) or Security Force Assistance Advisory Teams (SFA-AT). Contracted police mentors will move under the operational control of the military component when directed by the supporting military ground commander. Adequate force protection will be afforded to the Embedded Police Mentors based on the local U.S., NATO, and International Security Assistance Force (ISAF) military threat assessment. This force protection covers a wide range of safety, defense, and protection activities. Force protection measures adopted by escorting military teams will be flexible and designed for effective performance under changing threat conditions.
EPAs should be capable of transitioning between regional, provincial, or district level as mission changes.
EPAs may be re-assigned to different areas of the country as needed at the discretion of the Government and/or Battle Space Commanders to ensure mission needs are met.
EPAs are to assist the fielded ANP forces, which does not include training courses managed by the Ministry of Interior (MOI) Afghan National Police Training General Command (ANPTGC) at regional training centers.
Mentor the ANP in all areas of civilian policing at the direction and leadership of the unit they are assigned to in the areas of: Afghan ethics, values, and breaking the chain of corruption in order to strengthen community policing; Community policing and relations; Survival, population security, and force protection in a dynamic Counter Insurgency (COIN) environment; MOI Logistics policies with the MOI Form 14 and Form 9 process; Processing and submitting accurate reporting; Property book accountability; Logistical training and support; Logistics and property book accountability of equipment and ensure to a 100% level of accuracy; Use of HF and UHF communications; Planning, Executing, and tracking regional operations in order to submit timely reports and plans to the Operations Command Control (OCC-R) to feed; Use of intelligence within operations planning and execution; Regional logistics status and logistics actions within the region; Personnel status and reporting and assignment of Officers, NCOs, and Patrolmen within the region; Personnel vetting processes in place in accordance with MOI; Development and implementation of training plans, yearly training calendar maintained.
Performs other qualified duties as assigned.

Knowledge & Skills
EPAs shall be flexible of transitioning between regional, provincial, and district level assignments as required due to the mission changes, recommendation of Regional Commander, and when approved by IJC HQs, ANP Development Branch and equivalent authority.
EPAs shall meet the minimum qualifications required for the level at which they mentor (regional, provincial, or district) and may be designated to mentor at other organizations the Regional Commanders sees mentor is best qualified to provide coverage.
Possess strong communication and interpersonal skills.
Possess strong organizational and analytical skills.
Ability to advise and train others in principles of the associated staff functions,
Valid driver’s license and capable of operating a standard transmission vehicle is preferred
No revocation of a state license or certification while serving in law enforcement.
Must have a final (not interim) SECRET Level Security DOD Clearance before deployment and must maintain that clearance.

Experience & Education
Seven years of work experience in the subject matter area as either a military officer, or a senior Non-Commissioned Officer, or Civilian Police operations and management.
Leadership experience.
High school degree or equivalent is preferred.

Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Must meet all physical, medical and other requirements for overseas deployment in accordance with current DOD regulations.
Place of duty and environmental conditions can be extremely austere, harsh, and work can be performed under hostile and life-threatening conditions.

Ability to travel within host nation.

Unposting Date: Ongoing
Req ID: 1502629