Jul 24, 2016

Security Assistance Mentors and Advisors (Iraq)

Employer:IDS International
Location: Iraq

Why IDS?

IDS personnel have built a strong reputation for their unparalleled depth of multi-disciplinary expertise in the 3Ds - defense, development, and diplomacy. We maintain an extensive network of interagency and smart power experts who have recently served in complex operations environments. Since 2001, IDS has helped develop multi-disciplinary solutions to government and private sector challenges. Our subject matter experts in civil-military operations, human terrain research and analysis, training and capacity building work closely with customers to create solutions that cross boundaries and reflect best practices.

Position Description
*Please note, this position is based in Iraq, with locations including Baghdad and Erbil.

Candidates shall provide advice and assistance to Office of Security Cooperation - Iraq (OSC-I) senior personnel in their mission to support the Government of Iraq (GoI), in particular the Ministry of Defense (MoD), Iraqi Counter Terrorism Service (CTS), and the

Relief Oveseas Security Managers

Location: Overseas
REF: 20160602

We are currently looking for experienced Security Managers to join the relief pool of Overseas Security Managers. This is an exciting opportunity for you to join our team. You must be available at short notice to take on specific roles.

You will be responsible for all security matters at the site, liaison with clients and external stakeholders, completing threat assessments, managing communications and ensuring all security briefs are provided to all site staff.

Experience and knowledge:

Business/Project Management related tertiary studies and/or previous provable PM experience of at least 2 years.
NEBOSH Qual or equivalent.
Risk Management qualification desirable and/or demonstrable knowledge of Risk Management process.
At least 15 years Military experience; ideally Warrant Officer and above; would suit an LE Officer.

Programme Support Officer (Russian speaker)

Employer: HALO Trust
Location: Kyiv, Ukraine

The Programme Support Officer reports to the Programme Manager, and will monitor the impact of HALO’s work in the Ukraine through a variety of activities. Responsibilities include:
Coordinate qualitative and quantitative research to measure the outcomes of HALO’s activities, including data collection, analysis and write-up
Conduct and prepare case studies documenting the impact of HALO’s work
Prepare reports for donors, including collection of case studies and quantitative data on outcomes, to present HALO’s progress in line with donor requirements
Develop and prepare Programme publications, including presentational materials such as brochures, briefing documents, displays and powerpoints
Providing support to the Programme Manager on writing proposals and tenders to donors to attract additional funding
Manage donor contracts as required, tracking the progress on outputs of contracts, providing timely updates and highlighting any issues to the Programme Manager
Manage and coordinate with external partner agencies as required
Assisting with hosting visitors on the Programme
Providing support to the Programme Manager and HALO Senior Management on a range of other tasks
Travel as required across the region to fulfil the above duties.

Police Advisor

Employer: GCJS
Location: Overseas


International civilian police advisors typically assess, monitor, advise, train and mentor civilian law enforcement authorities to assist in maintaining law and order effectively and impartially according to democratic policing principles. Advisors work to protect human rights and fundamental freedoms.

Minimum Qualifications:

8+ years law enforcement experience with a minimum of 5 years experience in federal, state, municipal, and/or county law enforcement service
Associate’s Degree or higher

Other Qualifications
High proficiency in English is required (Foreign Service Institute standard level 4 for writing, reading comprehension, speaking for U.S. citizens and level 3 for third country nationals)
Valid U.S. driver’s license and ability to operate a standard transmission vehicle (an International Driving Permit for third country nationals)
Valid U.S. passport (for non – U.S. citizens, valid passport from their country of citizenship)
Excellent health and be able to pass requisite physical, medical and psychological tests appropriate to assigned mission/country

Chief, Internal Security School Section

Employer:Vinnell Arabia
Location: Riyadh, Saudi Arabia

Job description

Responsible for managing and administering continuous and dedicated assistance to the Internal Security School (ISS), National Guard Military Schools (NGMS) in developing Military Police and Intelligence Programs of Instruction (POIs). Directly responsible to the Manger, Training Doctrine Branch (TDB) for coordinating all assistance related to training, integration of modernized equipment, simulators, and simulations.


Observe,assess, and provide after action reviews (AARs) assessments and training recommendations in support of ISS wings to the ISS Commader and OPM.
Train and assist the ISS in the planning ofinternal training and professional development for its staff and instructors.
Provide assistance to the ISS in the review of all POIs and make recommended changes.
Coordiante the integration of modernized equipment, simulators and simulations, to include command and control simulations, into ISS curricula.

Operations Manager - Kabul Embassy O&M

Employer: IAP Worldwide Services Inc
Location: Afghanistan


The Department of State (DoS) requires services to provide Operations and Maintenance (O&M) services for the American Embassy Kabul (AEK) and the designated United States Government (USG) satellite properties in Afghanistan.

This is a proposal position (contingent upon contract award).

Essential Job Functions: (not limited to duties as described - performs related duties as requested)

The operations manager shall have the authority to commit the Contractor’s labor force and the use of resources (tools, materials, parts and other materials) to meet the overall O&M requirements of the Contract.

AXO / IED Team Leader

Employer: Janus
Location: Iraq
Job ID: 2016-1707

Primary Function:

Each AXO/IED Team Leader will have personal experience of state-of-the art IEDD tactics, techniques and procedures, and will be able to provide hands-on expertise in destroying or rendering AXO/IEDs safe. Each team Leader will assist in the training of Iraqi EOD technicians in dealing with complex AXO/IEDs. AXO/IED Team Leader will also train and mentor the Iraqi Search Team in their day-to-day operations. Actively supports and upholds the Company’s stated vision, mission, and values.

Essential Functions:
To provide relevant Improvised Explosive Device Disposal (IEDD) capability, oversight and leadership to SIG’s PM/WRA IEDD remediation project. In accordance with SIGs Standing Operating Procedures (SOP’s)
Perform as the overall safety officer for his assigned site, this is not limited to the IEDD operations, but encompasses the well-being and morale of his team members, USG & SIG equipment, living areas and storage facilities. Develop a network of contacts that support the overall mission and assist in the security of operations.
Ensure that adequate supplies and logistics support are available to sustain mission requirements.