Project Manager & Guard Force Commanders ( US Embassy) , India

Location: India

English and Hindi Language Required

We are seeking an experienced PM and GFC’s for locations in India

Project Manager:

Has experience and qualifications on a range of security related skills and have a verified record of proven reliability and good conduct. The PM have a minimum of ten years police, similar military or security, or local guard force management experience with a minimum of 5 years of the guard work experience being at supervisory or command levels. A maximum of four years of experience can be waived in lieu of a college degree from an accredited college/university. The PM will reside in New Delhi. In addition, the PM meets the following qualifications:

•Be a Citizen of the United States, United Kingdom, Canadian, Australian, New Zealand, or South African, India, or equivalent and be in possession of a valid Indian visa and work permit

•Should be able to speak Hindi and English
•Have an English Speaking/Reading Skill Level S4/R4
•Able to use a computer including all common office management tools (e.g. Microsoft Office)
•Have military or police background with experience operating internationally
•Experience managing security staff or local guard force management experience
•Be expert in all areas of physical security and access control
•Must understand operational methods of all guard force units and zones for response, and maintain a professional demeanor under highly stressful circumstances
•Be experienced in basic communications and radio use/procedures
•Be a licensed driver

The PM shall be accessible and responsive to the CO or COR on all matters related to performance of this contract 24 hours per day, seven (7) days per week. Should the PM require personal or professional travel outside the country, or should he/she become otherwise incapable of fulfilling his/her duties (such as in the case of a medical illness or injury), the PM must designate the next senior member of the guard management team to assume responsibilities, including 24 hours per day, seven (7) days per week availability. The designation of a replacement is subject to COR approval. In relation to the operation of CAMS, the PM must perform or ensure the following responsibilities:
Direct liaison with COR for all alarm work under this contract is designated, whether it is the Project Manager themselves or they designate someone else
All alarm work is directed, scheduled, supervised, inspected, and tested
All alarm maintenance and installation, whether it is routine, emergency, or COR-requested is completed properly and equipment is properly tested
CAMS reports are delivered to COR at contract-prescribed time
The Central Monitoring Station (CMS) operations run smoothly and CAMS is always fully-functional
Quality control of the CAMS system is the ultimate responsibility of the Contractor, therefore the responsibility of the Project Manager

Guard Force Commander (GFC):

Has completed college or a minimum of 10 years of supervisory experience with a U.S. Embassy contract. A minimum of five (5) years of police, similar military, or local guard force supervisory experience is required. He/she demonstrates command of English at the S3/R3 level. He/she is computer literate to a basic level, that is, able to write basic reports, Standard Operational Procedures, and email. Desirable, but not mandatory, qualifications include advanced security training.

The GFC performs supervisory duties that must include:

•Supervising the guard force that provides protection to all U.S. mission facilities
•Review and approving guard orders, deployment of guards and weekly scheduling
•Conducting regular inspections of guards and guard posts
•Investigating irregularities
•Preparing reports and making recommendations regarding discipline and termination actions
•Overseeing the refresher training program to ensure compliance and effectiveness
•Overseeing guard program logistics including, e.g., explosive detection and x-ray equipment
•Acting as a point of contact with the RSO/LG Coordinator on operational guard force matters
•Be a licensed driver

Deputy Guard Force Commander (D/GFC):
Has completed 12th Grade of Education or a minimum of 7 years supervisory experience with a U.S. Embassy contract. A minimum of four (4) years of police, military, or local guard force supervisory experience is required. He/she shall demonstrate command of English at the S3/R3 level. He/she is computer literate to a basic level, and able to write basic reports, Standard Operational Procedures, and email. Desirable, but not mandatory, qualifications include advanced security training.

The D/GFC performs supervisory duties that must include:

• Supervising the Residence guard force that provides protection to all off compound Residential units for U.S. mission
• Reviewing and approving Residential guard orders, deployment of guards and weekly scheduling; Monitoring patrolling routes of the mobile/scooter patrol
• Conducting regular inspections of guards and guard posts; Conducting Night checks/Spot checks at off compound residential posts
• Investigating irregularities/ complaints against the guards deployed in the residential units
• Preparing reports and making recommendations regarding discipline and termination actions
• Acting as a point of contact with the RSO/LG Coordinator on operational guard force matters related to residential guard force
• Be a licensed driver



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