Jul 1, 2016

Security Supervisor , Dubai

Employer: The St Regis Dubai
Location: Dubai
Ref:  61809914en

Starwood Hotels & Resorts Worldwide, Inc. is one of the leading hotel and leisure companies in the world with more than 1,270 properties in some 100 countries and over 180,000 employees at its owned and managed properties. Starwood is a fully integrated owner, operator and franchisor of hotels, resorts and residences under the renowned brands: St. Regis®, The Luxury Collection®, W®, Westin®, Le Méridien®, Sheraton®, Tribute Portfolio™, Four Points® by Sheraton, Aloft®, Element®, along with an expanded partnership with Design Hotels™. The Company also boasts one of the industry’s leading loyalty programs, Starwood Preferred Guest (SPG®).

Job Description
• Ensure familiarity with U.A.E. Laws related to but not limited to, responsible service of alcohol, trespass, use of force, powers of arrest, vagrancy, conduct & U.A.E. terms of acceptability.
• Know thoroughly all Emergency & Crisis Management Plans & Immediate Actions.
• Conduct/Lead shift briefings daily and update Risk Officer/s in regards to relevant shift information in order to prepare the Security team for duty.
• Deploy Risk Officers & ensure their smooth rotation during designated shifts.
• Conduct ‘periodic’ rounds to ensure the alertness & compliance of Hotel FOE’s.
• Assist Risk Officers in pro-actively maintaining at the highest standards the protection of people, property & assets.
• Inspect the accurate updating of administrative records by Risk Officers.
• Ensure Lost & Found FOE’s are strictly implemented.
• Maintain ‘Access Control’ & ensure checking & validating of visitor credentials.

Security Manager

Employer: Sealine Beach Resort
Location: Qatar
Closes: 10 July 2016

Primary responsibilities
•Perform services to assure the safety and protection of the property and personnel against injury or death, molestation, harassment or intimidation and loss or damage from any preventable cause including fire, theft, embezzlement, damage or destruction, trespass, espionage, or sabotage.
•Establish and install key controls on departmental communication equipment and property access.
•Evaluate incidents and determine course of action.
•Discover source of security breach.
•Install safety alarms around the hotel building and perimeter.
•Report and track all incidents.
•Maintain an emergency training programe.
•Patrol building and ward off intruders.
•Supervise parking procedures.

Security Manager

Employer: Tearfund
Location: South Sudan
Closing date: 10 Jul 2016

Based: Juba (with extensive travel to field locations)
To start: as soon as possible
Contract duration: to 31st March 2017 with possibility for extension depending on funding

Tearfund has been working in South Sudan since the 1970s through partners and the disaster response team has been directly involved in the country since 1998. The relief programme is largely based in Jonglei and Northern Bahr El Ghazal states with longer term work with partners focused in Central and Western Equatoria. The programme has an annual turnover of around £4 million, employs 180 national and 13 international staff, and is supporting five partner organisations. Tearfund’s current projects include Nutrition, Food Security, WASH provision to conflict affected communities as well community mobilisation for social cohesion and development through the local church/ Faith Based national NGOs.

Although a the peace agreement has been signed in late 2015 and the newly formed transitional government of National Unity is now in place in Juba, the security situation in the country remains extremely volatile and changes daily. We are looking to recruit a security professional to help support the team in managing their safety and security and the security of project assets.

Country Logistic & Security Manager- Kenya and Somalia

Location: Nairobi- Kenya
Closing date: 31 Jul 2016
Contract duration: 12 months

Starting Date ASAP

Position Profile
Under the authority of direct supervision of the Country Director, key responsibilities include:

Department Management
1.1. Responsible for recruitment, capacity building and appraisals of logistics staff
1.2. Provide technical support and guidance to field offices on the development of procurement plans, including demand analyses, market assessments, and logistics planning at country and area level
1.3. Represent organization with relevant logistics and communication networks, actively building relevant relationships

Procurement management
2.1. Establish a rigorous, accountable and transparent procurement system in strict compliance with organization’s Logistics Manual, local law and donor requirements
2.2. Undertake regular market studies, set up and regularly maintain a database of local

Jun 30, 2016

Deputy Security Manager

Employer: British Embassy (FCO)
Location: Harare Zimbabwe

Deputy Security Manager 08/16 HRE

Application deadline : 8 July 2016
Grade : B3 (L)
Type of Position : Fixed Term
Duration of Post : 24 months
Starting monthly salary (USD) : $2,696
Start Date  : 1 August 2016

The British Government is an inclusive and diversity-friendly employer. We value difference, promote equality and challenge discrimination, enhancing our organisational capability. We welcome and encourage applications from people of all backgrounds. We do not discriminate on the basis of disability, race, colour, ethnicity, gender, religion, sexual orientation, age, veteran status or other category protected by law. We promote family-friendly flexible working opportunities, where operational and security needs allow.

Job Description (Roles and Responsibilities)
The British Embassy Harare has a vacancy for a Deputy Security Manager. This is a full-time role on a fixed-term 2 year contract. Reporting to the Regional Overseas Security Manager, the successful candidate will be responsible for all aspects of security – people and assets – for the British Embassy and the Department for International Development. The ideal candidate is someone with a background in security management looking for an opportunity to expand their skills and experience with a leading organisation. Candidates who would prefer to take on this role on a job-share basis should indicate this in their application.

Seurity Assistance /Long Range Planning Analyst

Employer: Booz Allen Hamilton
Location: Germany-RP-Ramstein

Job Number: 01204213

Key Role:
Research, analyze, and draft planning documents in one or more battlefield operating systems, including building partnership capacity, non-standard aircraft operations, maintenance, and sustainment, logistics, supply, command, and control. Evaluate out-year training requirements and work with the USAF Implementing Agencies to develop training programs to ensure military training will support current and future building partnership capacity activities. Provide project management and functional expertise for planning, developing, coordinating, and managing building partnership capacity proposals and programs across the African AOR. Participate in building partnership capacity activities with USAFRICOM and Components, DOS, DoD, and USAF Implementing Agencies. Support the staff in developing building partnership capacity proposals, conducting studies, analyzing, and planning for out-year programs supporting USAFRICOM Theater Campaign Plan. Review, collect, and analyze data to draft reports and briefings and to liaise with other building partnership capacity planners. Use the analytical problem solving approach, including systems interoperability techniques, investigations, and design reviews with USAF Implementing Agencies.

Security Assistance Program Expert , Europe

Employer Booz Allen Hamilton
Location:  Germany-Baden Wurtemberg-Stuttgart
Job Number: 01214889

Key Role:
Provide Security Assistance Program (SAP) subject matter expertise for implementing and managing the day-to-day tasks and requirements necessary for supporting Combatant Command-level Africa Peacekeeping Rapid Response Partnership (APRRP) programs. Serve as a resident APRRP expert for US Africa Command and apply experience with the US government APRRP Strategy Framework. Coordinate the development of annual fiscal year APRRP proposals, review and provide recommendations for senior leader approval, and ensure timely submission to Office of the Secretary of Defense (OSD) and US Department of State (DoS) program management officials.

Job Requirements:
Basic Qualifications:

10+ years of experience with supporting the DoD or the US Military
3+ years of experience with security assistance programs
2 years of experience at a Combatant Command HQ
Ability to obtain a DOCPER sponsorship
Active TS/SCI clearance