Aug 1, 2015

Executive Protection/Driver


Employer: AFIMAC
Location: Canada - Toronto, Ontorio

Languages : English

Requirements:
Completion of college/CEGEP/vocational or technical training .
Credentials (certificates, licences, memberships, courses, etc.)
Security Guard Licence; CPR Certificate; First Aid Certificate .

Experience
Experience an asset . Work Setting
Private security agency .

Specific Skills
Resolve conflict situations; Maintain order; Use telecommunications (i.e. two-way radio, cell phone, pager); Follow radio and emergency telephone procedures; Ensure safety and emergency procedures are followed; Respond to alarms, bomb threats and other emergencies; Write reports .

Security and Safety
Bondable; Driver's validity licence check; Driving record check (abstract) . Work Conditions and Physical Capabilities
Work under pressure; Physically demanding; Attention to detail; Combination of sitting, standing, walking .

Transportation/Travel Information
Vehicle supplied by employer; Valid driver's licence; Travel expenses paid by employer; Public transportation is not available

Security Operations Manager , Australia


Employer: Crown Entertainment
Location: Australia

When you join Crown, you become part of a team of 6,500 people working together to run one of the world's great entertainment complexes. With 3 hotels, 50 dining options, 50 retail outlets, Australia's largest gaming facilities and most glamorous conferencing facilities, it's an incredibly exciting place to work.


As a Security Operations Manager, you will lead a high performing team that holds the responsibility of the day to day running of the Security Investigations Unit – consisting of a team of dedicated investigators and analysts, as well as other aspects of an operational portfolio across the complex, . This position will provide you with an opportunity to develop and succeed in this challenging and fast paced environment.


What we are looking for:
A strong leader who has a natural talent in coaching teams
Prior experience managing an investigative team either gained through law enforcement, casino or other relevant industries
A strong background in high level risk management
A demonstrated ability to be able to influence and drive key stakeholders to ensure “best-practice” operations
A focus on conflict resolution and the ability to look “outside the box” for practical solutions
Exceptional communication and relationship building capability

Your ability to adapt and work as an effective leader managing multiple tasks and priorities will inspire continued change and growth fostering a productive, service orientated culture.

On offer for the successful candidate is a challenging, yet rewarding opportunity where you can make a significant contribution to the future of this dynamic business.

Crown also offers excellent employee benefits such as a commitment to your training and development, free meals while at

Section Officer (G2) – Roving Safety Advisor (CAR, DRC, Mali)


Employer: INSO
Location: Central Africa Republic,Democratic Republic Of Congo , Mali
Closing date August 11, 2015

French version to follow below English / version française ci-dessous

INSO supports the humanitarian community with vital coordination and information services that save lives and improve access.

We are now seeking an experienced individual to join our team as Section Officer (SO) Grade 2 – Roving Safety Advisor.

Section Officers are seasoned NGO safety professionals who provide roving support to INSO country offices either standing in for vacant/absent positions , providing surge capacity or supporting new programme initiatives as required.

The SO will be available for deployment to INSO French-speaking countries throughout the year, and can be based from his/her own home in either Europe, Africa, South Asia or the Middle East. The length of individual deployments in the field will vary according to needs (usually not more than 3 months).

The SO will combine a strong safety background with experience in conflict zones a clear understanding of humanitarian safety principles and a very flexible, easy-going and mature personality.

The Section Officer position is being offered on a 2-year renewable term. The SO reports to the relevant Section Director.
Key Areas of Responsibility

Grade 2 SO – Roving Safety Advisor may stand in for any absent/vacant INSO Safety Advisor(s) position in the French-speaking INSO programmes including CAR, DRC and Mali upon request of the Section Director. The typical tasks include:
Provide NGOs with timely and credible security information and contextual analysis of the local security situation through: daily FLASH alerts, weekly incident lists and bi-weekly analytical reports.
Facilitate and lead regular NGO community security roundtables in your region of responsibility, presenting trends and facilitating discussions.
Assist NGOs in developing their own security management capacities by reviewing policy documents, conducting site-security surveys, and assisting in crisis evacuation planning.
Manage a small office team including supervising national staff and oversight of local logistics and administration.
Disseminate INSO’s best practices and new services across INSOs platforms
Effectively represent, promote and protect INSO’s mandate of independence, impartiality and neutrality.

In new INSO initiatives or special projects, the SO-Roving Safety Advisor will play a key role in:
Conducting initial scoping missions
Participating in new mission roll outs (either at the level of country director or as a safety advisor)
Providing be-spoke NGO safety evaluations (area or topic-oriented) upon request
Mandatory Requirements
Fluent in French and English (written and spoken).
Graduate level education or equivalent work experience.
Minimum 3 years spent in insecure/conflict-affected environments participating in humanitarian/NGO operations.
Employment history that reflects experience in NGO safety & security sector.
Proven writing and analytical abilities (sample requested).
Demonstrable understanding of humanitarian safety practices & principles and their application.

Munitions Inspector , Qatar



Employer: Dyncorp International
Location Qatar Doha
Munitions Inspector 1502586
Security Clearance: Secret


Job Summary
The Munitions Inspector receives, stores, inspects, test, transports, and maintains Munitions, Munitions Material Handling Equipment (MMHE), and supporting resources as applicable to the Site. Operates Combat Ammunition System (CAS). Carries out all duties in accordance with DynCorp ISO 9000 Quality and Safety Standards.

Principal Accountabilities
(Typical duties include the following, although specific duties vary by assignment or contract.)
Consistently observes and enforces all host nation explosives safety, and security standards during all explosives and non-explosives operations in assigned sites and temporary duty locations.
In the event of an emergency, takes necessary control and timely response actions.
Conducts all munitions work according to established quality processes, identifying potential problems and recommending problem-solving solutions.
Inspects munitions and containers in accordance with Program and Host Country guidelines, provisions and applicable technical directives.
Accurately documents all serviceability and accountability actions in a timely manner.
Works closely with operations personnel to resolve any serviceability and accountability issues noted during the inspection processes.
Conducts warehouse inventories and corrects any discrepancies.
Provides support to the assigned custody accounts of the deployed forces.
Inspects and certifies munitions brass, residue, and containers in accordance with Standard Operating Procedures and Host country publications.
Operates assigned Combat Ammunition System as is applicable to Site’s processes.
Reconditions, repairs, and replaces defective or missing parts of munitions and containers.
Performs munitions storage actions according to the stringent explosives standards.
Inspects, operates and performs operator maintenance on light vehicles and handling equipment such as forklifts, pallet jacks, and manual hoists.
Inspects and operates electronic test equipment, metal strapping equipment, stencil machines, heat sealers, pneumatic paint guns, air compressors and power tools.
Inspects, and performs minor maintenance on facilities and installed equipment. Cleans vehicles, equipment and facilities.
Prepares and delivers general and explosives safety briefings for all explosives operations.
Performs ammunition supply stock control and accounting duties using both automated and manual procedures
Inspects weapon systems to determine need for repair or destruction
Performs other qualified duties as assigned.
Knowledge & Skills
Knowledgeable of the Military Supply and Tech Order systems.
Computer literate.
Possess a valid driver’s license.
Ability to communicate effectively.
Interest in planning and organizing.
Able to work calmly under stress.
Working knowledge of process improvement initiatives.

Experience & Education
High school Diploma or equivalent.
Four (4) or more years’ experience on military munitions; combined experience on military inspection procedures, CAS, storage, maintenance of munitions and MMHE.
Previous experience working with and supervising ammunition operations for defense contracts preferred.

Advisor, Force Management



Employer: Dyncorp International
Location: Afghanistan
Advisor, Force Management 1503066
Security Clearance: Secret

Job Summary
Advisor will provide oversight and mentorship for key leaders of the Afghan National Defense Security Force (ANDSF) Force Management Departments on procedures and processes for developing integrated solutions.

Principal Accountabilities
Assist Senior Advisor and assume duties of Senior Advisor when Senior Advisor is absent.
Provide oversight and mentorship for key leaders of the ANDSF Force Management Departments on procedures and processes for developing integrated solutions.
Advise ANDSF Force Management Deputy on Force Management actions and issues as directed by Senior Advisor and Senior Ministry of Defense (MoD) Force Manager.
Participate in all Force Management/Force Optimization activities in a Train, Advise, and Assist role for such activities as Total Army Analysis and Command Plan Review.
Advise key leaders of the ANDSF Force Management Departments on procedures and processes for developing integrated personnel and equipment solutions.
Assist ANDSF Force Management Department in developing sustainable and standardized units within the ANDSF and ANA TASHKIL for future force.
Advise Afghan FM team in performing Tashkil scrubs as needed.
Provide expertise on Tashkil personnel and equipment structure and modification to all Coalition Advisers.
Advise the implementation of rules for out-of-cycle submissions for Tashkil modifications as required.
As directed, provide ANDSF Force Management Offices with the training required for them to successfully conduct the Force Management process.
Perform Tashkil analysis on Force Management issues and provide possible COA/s to Senior Advisor and the Afghan FM team.
Advise on the implementation and periodic review of ANDSF Force Management policies.
Perform other duties as assigned.
Knowledge & Skills
Knowledge of regulations and policies regarding Force Management procedures.
Be familiar with Government of the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan (GIRoA) Law and policy relating to Force Management procedures.
Excellent written and verbal communication skills.
Ability to provide templates and guidelines for creation and implementation of new governmental policies; Information Management staffing procedures; and prior experience assisting and mentoring at senior levels.
Must demonstrate creative problem solving skills and the ability to work independently, as part of a team, or leading a team equally well.
Demonstrated ability to effectively build coalitions across highly complex multi-national organizations.
Demonstrated ability to effectively deal with foreign military.
Demonstrated ability to effectively use a linguist and translated material to communicate to foreign leadership.
Demonstrated ability to produce desired results under extreme stress in highly dynamic and ambiguous situations on sensitive issues.
Experience in program or project management and office automation programs such as MS Office, PowerPoint, Excel, Microsoft Word required.

Experience & Education
At least fifteen years of military leadership experience
Previous service as a Force Management officer/NCO at service or Combatant Command headquarters with minimum 4 years Force Management experience.
Prior supervisory experience.

Law Enforcement Instructor Level 8 / Tactical Training Instructor , Ukraine


Employer: Engility
Location: Ukraine
Requisition ID : 2015-12270
ICITAP Law Enforcement Instructor Level 8 / Tactical Training Instructor

Engility is currently seeking a Law Enforcement Instructor/ Tactical Training Instructor to join our ICITAP Team in the Ukraine!

ICITAP is a law enforcement development organization whose mission is to work with foreign governments to develop effective, professional, and transparent law enforcement capacity that protects human rights, combats corruption, and reduces the threat of transnational crime and terrorism, in support of U.S. foreign policy and national security objectives.

ICITAP requires a Law Enforcement Instructor to serve on a Train-the-Trainer team responsible for preparing 60 – 75 instructors for each new patrol department established in Ukraine.


Minimum Tangible Qualifications:
Must be a US Citizen
Must be able to obtain a Public Trust prior to Deployment
Currently serving as a police officer with 5 years of experience
current police officer with experience teaching tactical training to police cadets
Bachelor degree or higher in criminal justice or related field (comparable work experience accepted)

At least 1 year experience serving as police tactical trainer
A candidate’s training experience exceeding the minimum requirements can compensate for the lack of a Bachelor’s degree.

Gunner / Flight Instructor (FI) , Pakistan


Employer:
Location: Pakistan
Gunner / Standardization Instructor (SI) INL-1500044
Security Clearance: Secret



Job Summary
The Gunner / Flight Instructor (FI) performs duties as a Gunner or Crew Chief on rotary wing aircraft in support of the US Embassy in Afghanistan on missions that are accomplished during day and night, while wearing Night Vision Goggles (NVG). Conducts training in Method of Instruction (MoI) procedures and techniques in accordance with lesson plans.


Principal Accountabilities
•Perform as a crewmember on helicopters in support of the U.S. Department of State (DoS), under oversight from the Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs Office of Aviation (INL/A) primarily in the Islamic Republic of Afghanistan.
•Assist in the transportation of Cargo and Passengers to include other missions (Command and Control, Movement of Quick Reaction Forces and other Security Forces, Armed Escort) as directed by the Senior Aviation Advisor (SSA) or Aviation Operations Director (AOD).
•Provide technical guidance and assistance to flight crews regarding observed discrepancies and malfunctions.
•Perform and/or assists with aircrew briefings and debriefings.
•Operate and maintain the M-4, M-9, GAU-17 / M-134 Mini Gun and M-240.
•Understand maintenance forms / historical records and ensures they are accurate, up to date, and complete.
•Ensure the cargo compartment is properly configured for each mission, and that cargo is properly restrained.
•Supervise and participate in loading / unloading operations.
•Perform aircraft servicing, inspection, and duties including fueling operations and aircraft configuration changes as required.
•Conduct academic and hands-on performance training and administers evaluations to ensure crewmember proficiency and standardization of training in addition to maintaining Individual Aircrew Training Folders (IATF) and completing required Air Wing Information System (AWIS) entries.
•Conducts training in Method of Instruction (MoI) procedures and techniques in accordance with lesson plans.
•Tracks non-rated crewmember progress and reports training status to the Senior Standardization Pilot.
•Perform other administrative task as assigned.
•Performs additional duties related to flight operations as required.

Jul 31, 2015

Section Officer (G1) – Roving Director (CAR, DRC, Mali)


Employer: INSO
Location: Central Africa Republic, Mali , Democractic Republic Of Congo
Closing date August 11, 2015
French version to follow beloe English / version française ci-dessous

INSO supports the humanitarian community with vital coordination and information services that save lives and improve access.

We are now seeking an experienced individual to join our team as Section Officer (SO) Grade 1 – Roving Director.

Section Officers (SO) are seasoned NGO safety professionals who provide roving support to INSO country offices either standing in for vacant/absent positions, providing surge capacity or supporting new program initiatives as required.

The SO will be available for deployment to INSO French-speaking countries throughout the year, and can be based from his/her own home in either Europe, Africa, South Asia or the Middle East. The length of individual deployments in the field will vary according to needs (usually not more than 3 months).

The SO will combine a strong safety background with experience in conflict zones a clear understanding of humanitarian safety principles and a very flexible, easy-going and mature personality.

The Section Officer position is being offered on a 2-year renewable term. The SO reports to the relevant Section Director.
Key Areas of Responsibility

Grade 1 SO – Roving Director may stand in for absent/vacant INSO Country Director(s) in the French-speaking INSO programmes including CAR, DRC and Mali upon request of the relevant

Overseas Security Advisor , United Kingdom & NI

Employer: DFID
Location: London (with short-term overseas visits as required). 
Closing date: 03 Aug 2015
Salary:£53,970 (inclusive of allowances) 


Our business
The Conflict, Humanitarian & Security Department’s Operations Team (CHASE OT) is contracted through Crown Agents by the Department of International Development (DFID) and the Stabilisation Unit (SU) to provide support services and an operational team delivering advice and assistance on humanitarian disasters and emergencies.

The Stabilisation Unit (SU), established in 2004, is jointly owned by the Department for International Development (DFID), Foreign and Commonwealth Office (FCO) and Ministry of Defence (MOD). The Unit’s role is to support countries emerging from violent conflict. The SU Deployments Team supports more than 150 concurrent deployments on behalf of HMG to a wide range of conflict affected and potentially hostile environments. The Team is responsible for the rapid deployment of properly prepared civilian experts in support of UK stabilisation efforts overseas.

Recent events and the developing role of the SU in coordinating cross-Whitehall activity in stabilisation contexts, including the deployment of Stabilisation Response Teams (SRTs) places the Stabilisation Unit (SU) at the centre of joint HMG risk-assessment and security management. Advice is required in dynamic security environments to support HMG teams deployed overseas. Crown Agents is recruiting an Overseas Security Adviser to work alongside the existing Senior Overseas Security Adviser to fulfill the increasing demand for risk assessment and security advice to deployed staff, consultants, contractors and Deployable Civilian Experts (DCEs). This will include locations where there is no established HMG security architecture

Roles and responsibilities include:
Provide specialist security advice and support to all Stabilisation Unit activities and deployments to fragile and conflict affected environments, from planning and development through to operational delivery
Produce risk assessments and draft submissions that can be used to inform both risk owners and deploying staff on the key risks and mitigations associated with deployments to specific locations
Self-deploy, as necessary, to conduct security assessments and fact-finding in fragile and hostile

Police Advisor , OCONUS



Employer:
Location: OCONUS/CONUS/TBD, United States
# of Openings: 30

Duties
Police Advisors may perform the full range of law enforcement and policing functions, such as patrolling and responding to burglary, theft, assault, sexual assault, murder, disturbances and family dispute calls. Other duties may include enforcing traffic laws, issuing citations, apprehending violators, preparing and submitting reports of patrol activities.


Trainers: Advisors assigned as trainers will instruct local police officers in areas such as police patrol operations, police ethics, investigative methods and techniques, search and seizure requirements, firearms, defensive tactics, law and community relations. Advisors may be required to assess training needs and current programs in order to propose new courses, determine the feasibility and effectiveness of proposed courses, and identify instructors and resources required to implement new courses. Advisors may be required to develop curriculum and instruct in a classroom or field setting that relates to the knowledge, techniques and procedures necessary to execute the duties of police officers.


Mentors: Advisors assigned as mentors will frequently interact with members of the host nation law enforcement organization observing, monitoring and advising host nation personnel on the full range of law enforcement responsibilities and capabilities. Mentors do not typically engage in classroom training, but provide key on the job guidance and support to host nation law enforcement personnel.

Job Requirements:
Requirements

Advisor applicants must meet the following minimum qualifications:

1. All advisors shall have a combined total of eight (8) years work experience with at least five (5) years experience in their

Training Specialist Instructor - Intelligence Analysis , Nigeria



Employer: Academi
Location: Nigeria, Africa, Oconus

ACADEMI is currently answering a Request for Proposal for a Training Specialist (Instructor) - Intelligence Analysis Instruction. Applicants meeting the qualifications for this position may be considered, vetted, and asked for a signed release to use their resumes to present to the customer.

All candidates should be willing and able to pass pre-deployment medical screening. Candidates may be required to work in a high-threat environment under austere conditions. Must be able to work rotating shifts.

NOTICE: Additionally, employment is based on customer approval, security clearance (if required), background investigation, drug screening results, medical requirements, and system specific qualifications and experience levels.

Duty Location: Lagos & Jos, Nigeria

Essential Functions:
Prepares and modifies training materials
Trains personnel through formal classroom courses, workshops, seminars and practical applications
Develops computer based training materials and courses
Other duties as assignedRotations: Course length is two weeks, tentative deployment January 2016. The contract is to provide trainers for a two (2) week class at one location in Nigeria.

Job Requirements:
Required Education/Experience
:
Must be a U.S. citizen
Must have a valid U.S. passport
Must poses a valid state driver’s license and good driving record
Fluency in English language (written and oral)
Candidate must be less than 40% body mass index
Must possess a bachelor’s degree of four (4) years of operational or relevant training experience in military systems or eight (8) years of additional relevant work experience (twelve (12) years total) in lieu of the Bachelor’s degree
Instructors for the Advance Criminal Intelligence Analysis Courses shall, at a minimum, possess four years field experience
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