Hey folks, I am not the recruiter for this job and I do not work for this company, but I definitely wanted to put it out there as a cool gig to get on. Global Rescue has been one of the ‘go to’ companies out there for medical evacuations, or just basic client evacuations from really bad places in the world. They were involved in evacuating clients during the Arab Spring, and they are currently contracted to work the Sochi Olympics. (go to their Facebook page to check out more stories)
If you have a medical background, and a shooter background, you would be a great fit for this company. Either way, check out this job or the other jobs they have posted. They even have a medical gig in Thailand! Please follow the links below if you would like to apply. –Matt
Go to their website here.
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Job: Senior Specialist – Security & Rescue Operations
Location: Lebanon, NH – Global Rescue, LLC
Global Rescue is a worldwide provider of integrated medical, security, intelligence and crisis response services to corporations, governments, and consumers. Founded in 2004 in partnership with Johns Hopkins Medicine, Global Rescue’s unique operational model provides best-in-class services that identify, monitor, and respond to threats and emergencies. Global Rescue has provided medical, security, and evacuation support to clients during every globally significant crisis of the last decade, including: the Arab Spring; the Japanese tsunami; the Haitian earthquake; Georgia’s invasion by Russia; and the Mumbai terrorist attacks. Global Rescue maintains redundant Operations Centers and office facilities in Boston, Massachusetts, Lebanon, New Hampshire; Islamabad, Pakistan; and Bangkok, Thailand. For more information, please see www.globalrescue.com.
• Participate in an aggressive, entrepreneurial group engaged in managing security, crisis response, rescue and other operational initiatives for Fortune 500 clients and strategic partners
• Strong analytical and project management skills required, including a thorough understanding of how to interpret customer business needs and translate them into operational requirements