Sep 7, 2016

French speaking International Guard Supervisor (IGS) - Haiti

Employer: GardaWorld
Location: Haiti

Starting 01 October 2016
Closing: 08 September 2016

Hiring Credentials

* 5 years relevant experience in a similar role
* Must have at least one years Haiti experience (post earthquake)
* European or equivalent Driving licence
* Qualification for driving B6 armoured [C1] vehicles
* Fluent written and spoken English
* Fluent written and spoken French
* Computer literate
* Clean criminal record
* Fire-arms qualification
* First aid qualification e. g Mira [C2] / FPOS
* Experience in contract management
* Experience in quality control and reporting
* Experience of human resources and operations management
* Having served in his/her EU member state armed forces or police service for min of 3 years [C3]
* 3 years of experience in managing LN security guards with an international organisation, a diplomatic mission or an international company
* Ability to operate a variety of communication systems
* Proven experience in an international volatile environment
* Available at all times
* Strong communications and IT skills, including use of all Microsoft programmes; Excel, Word, Outlook, Powerpoint

Job Duties:

Under the direction of the ROM, build and maintain the operational platform to deliver GW’s security services to the EU

* Responsible for the leadership, supervision and operational delivery of the entire Physical Security Guard Force (PSGF)
* Supervise the close protection team (CPT) and participate in close protection tasks when required
* Design route cards and determine movement of the convoys
* Liaise with the staff of the EU delegation in charge of security
* Be located at the Ops room of the delegation
* Organizes and manage the Ops room
* Ensure the following tasks (non-exhaustive): drafting detailed roster and presence files on a weekly and monthly basis; drafting, implementing and controlling the security guard procedures; reporting; coaching of the guard force; inspecting all posts on a regular basis; inventorying the equipment, dealing with maintenance and quality.
* Coordinate with local incumbent to ensure the professional functioning and the management of the entire guard force by means of regular and traceable controls; organize the shifts and ensure that a file with detailed rosters, of both planned and actual presences, is available at all times; ensure that all posts are properly manned; control the proper
* Respond to incidents
* Ensure that PSGF resources are well equipped before the commencement of duty
* Organise and deliver regular training
* Conduct SIMEX
* Develop operational and reporting procedures in conjunction with the EU
* Hold regular meetings with the EU
* Have regular contacts to local security authorities.
* Participate on request of the EU at meetings with other organisations or missions on security matters
* On request of the EU, to be the contact point for local security authorities
* Brief EU’ RSO
* Oversee the proper operation of the various security installations and equipment, such as radio communication system, CCTV (closed circuit television system) system, intruder alarms, fire detection, panic buttons, metal detectors, vehicle search equipment, Electronic guard monitoring system
* Responsible for translating the Haiti Weekly Situation Report (WSSU)
* Responsible to communicate SPOTREP to EU
* Responsible for the maintenance of ISO 18788 standards
* Responsible for the control of the cash float and completion of project Cash Ledgers, including mission expenses
* Responsible for mission planning
* Responsible for securing original supporting documents (tickets, boarding passes, invoices, proof of payment, receipts) from missions

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