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Jobs: Senior Specialist–Security And Rescue Operations

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.

Follow their blog here.

 

 

Job: Senior Specialist – Security & Rescue Operations
Location: Lebanon, NH – Global Rescue, LLC

Description
COMPANY DESCRIPTION
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.
RESPONSIBILITIES
•    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

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Jobs: Risk Management Consultant, Afghanistan

This is interesting. From the sounds of it, TigerSwan is looking to snag an RMC contract. If you go to the APPF website (yes, that group), it requires companies to have risk management consultants or RMCs to work as liaisons between the company and the APPF.

I am not the recruiter for this job and if you want to apply, please follow the links provided below. By the way, this job will only fly if TigerSwan gets the contract. But it helps to get your resume in now if in fact they do win it. If anyone from TigerSwan would like to comment on this position, please do so in the comments. -Matt

 

Position Title: RISK MANAGEMENT CONSULTANT
City: Herat
State:
Country: Afghanistan
Date Opened: 07/29/13
Employment Type: Contract
Days Hours:
Benefits:
DAILYRATE RANGE: $338 – $550
CONTINGENT UPON AWARD OF CONTRACT
Provide individualized and collective consultation to clients regarding:
• Personal Security, Individual Security Measures
• Situational Awareness
• Threat and Risk Mitigation
• Mission Planning
• Mobile Security Management
• Mobile Support Site construction and placement
• Sub Contract Guard Services Management
• In Transit Security – Convoy Planning and Control
Knowledge, Skills and Abilities:
Ability to adhere to the requirements of Afghan Law and Regulation
Ability to receive arming authorization under current Department of Defense and CENTCOM regulations
Ability to adhere to The Lautenberg Amendment to the Gun Control Act which makes it a felony for those convicted of crimes of domestic violence to ship, transport, possess, or receive firearms or ammunition.

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Jobs: Aircraft Load Master, OCONUS

I wanted to post this one as a unique job to get into. This is a paracargo job or kicker job and you don’t see too many of these being advertised.

In the smokejumpers I used to partake in these types of operations all the time and they are pretty cool. Flying low and kicking cargo to the guys on the ground, up in some mountain range at some remote fire, is quite the experience.

As to this specific load master job, you would be working with a pretty unique aircraft (DHC 4T Turbo Caribou) and more than likely you would be working in Afghanistan. I did a post awhile back about FlightWorks winning an LCLA contract in Afghanistan and posted a video to go with it if you want to check that out.

My only advice to FlightWorks on this is that there should be some mention of the possibility of crashing or getting shot down, and that Load Masters and crew should be prepared for that possibility. Meaning they should have survival gear and weapons, and some background or training as a back up for that possibility. -Matt

 

Aircraft Load Master – OCONUS
Job ID: 2013-1076
Posted Date: 3/19/2013
Location: OCONUS
Category: Operations-Operation Management
Overview:
De Havilland DHC-4 aircraft. Employee will participate as a non-rated crew member on approved missions flown in support of an OCONUS US Government contract.
Responsibilities:
The Load Master is responsible for accomplishing all required Load Master (non-rated crew member) duties in accordance with FlightWorks policies and procedures to include existing company training programs. The individual will also perform duties in accordance with FAA, ICAO or OEM Regulations and other tasks required to service the aircraft. The employee must be able to read and write English, interpret and apply technical data and instructions in the performance of required duties. Load Master duties are performed under the supervision of the Pilot-Command and include but are not limited to, aircraft configuration changes to support alternate missions, aircraft cargo and personnel loading and unloading operations, passenger safety briefings and other tasks as assigned. In addition to the duties stated above, the load master will also accomplish the following.
OTHER OR ADDITIONAL RESPONSIBILITIES
Perform non-rated crewmember duties in accordance with aircrew training program requirements.
Plan and perform LCLA airdrop operations.
Plan and perform loading and unloading activities, compute the center-of-gravity position and ensure it is within prescribed limits at all times.

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Jobs: Roving Guard, Germany

Now this one is interesting. Over at SOCNET, there was a post about EODT needing females for this contract. If you would like to see that post, click this link.

As to the specifics of this contract, here is the award snippet:

EOD Technology Awarded $17.1m for Top Security Security Guard Services?By Department of Defense?Friday, October 5, 2012. EOD Technology, Lenoir City, Tenn., was awarded a $17,172,085 firm-fixed-price contract.
The award will provide for the top secret security guard services.
Work will be performed in Germany, with an estimated completion date of Sept. 27, 2017.
The bid was solicited through the Internet, with one bid received.
The U.S. Army Contracting Command, Kaiserslautern, Germany, is the contracting activity (W564KV-12-C-0058).

If anyone from EODT would like to comment on this job, please feel free to post in the comments or contact me directly.

As for those who wish to apply, I am not a recruiter for EODT and I am not a POC for this job. Please follow the links below to apply and good luck. -Matt

 

Position: Roving Guard (Notional Opportunity)
Req Code: 1003742
Location: Germany – Generic Germany
Primary Functions:
Responsible for installation access control, static perimeter security, roving security patrols, intrusion detection system monitoring in support of a US Government Facility.  Actively support and uphold the Company’s stated vision, mission and values.
EODT Vision:
To promote freedom, stability, and environmental stewardship worldwide.
EODT Mission:
To enhance our customers’ effectiveness – anytime, anywhere. We accomplish this mission by delivering superior expertise to the projects we undertake – and by continuing to improve our work by fostering innovation and providing a project management team of professionals.
EODT Core Values
SERVICE, AGILITY, INTEGRITY, DRIVE
Essential Functions and Duties:
•Conduct roving patrols
•Provide static installation access control
•Perform static perimeter security
•Operate the Electronic System Surveillance (ESS)
Job Requirements:
•Must be a U.S. Citizen
•Must have a valid and current Top Secret Security Clearance with eligibility for SCI

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Jobs: Project Security Team Member, Afghanistan

If you head over to the career page for DynCorp with the link I provided, you will see a bunch of these positions open. What is posted below is all I know about these positions, and if anyone has any inside scoop, please feel free to post below in the comments.

I am not the point of contact for this job, nor am I a recruiter for DynCorp. Follow the links below if you want to apply, and ask the company’s recruiters if you have questions.  Good luck with the job if you apply. -Matt

 

 

Project Security Team Member-1206053
Security Clearance: None
Job Summary
The Project Security Team Member provides close, mobile and static security/force protection. Delivers training for expats and cooperating country nationals.  Provides risk consultation, incident management and crisis management.
Principle Accountabilities
• Provides close protection.
• Briefs on mobile security team mission security details.
• Provides static security/ force protection management.
• Provides personal security training for expats.
• Provides professional capacity building and training for Cooperating Country Nationals (CCNs).
• Assesses formal threat, risk and vulnerability.
• Analyses intelligence pertinent to project activities.
• Provides risk consultation, incident management, crisis management.
• Briefs on mobile security team mission security details.
• Develops and refines standard operating procedures (SOPs).

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Jobs: Senior Security Officer (Multiple) FS 3, Rwanda

Interesting job, although I have no clue what it pays? But from the job details, this is an armed position and English is the primary language they are looking for.

I am not the POC or recruiter for this job and follow the highlighted links below if you want to apply. You can also visit the UN Careers website from time to time to see if any other security jobs pop up. Good luck. -Matt

 

Job Title: SENIOR SECURITY OFFICER (MULTIPLE), FS3
Department/ Office: International Criminal Tribunal for Rwanda
Duty Station: KIGALI
Posting Period: 30 August 2012-29 September 2012
Job Opening number: 12-SEC-ICTR-24734-R-KIGALI (R)
United Nations Core Values: Integrity, Professionalism, Respect for Diversity
Org. Setting and Reporting
Theses positions are located at ICTR Kigali within the Security and Safety Section. Under the overall command of the Chief of Unit. The Security Officer is required to perform armed security functions and reports directly to the Security Lieutenant or supervising officer.
Responsibilities
In the absence of the immediate supervisor, will perform any or all of the below duties. In the presence of the immediate supervisor, may assist. Otherwise, performs duties of a regular security officer.  The incumbent shall provide armed security services at assigned ICTR sites, for the protection of authorized persons and property. The incumbent shall:
– Inspects officers assigned to his/her squad, prior to the assumption of post in the absence of the Team Leader;
– Assigns officers to posts and patrols throughout the assigned site and makes frequent inspections to ensure that orders, rules and regulations are complied with
– On-the-job trains and instructs security officers, informing them of any changes in procedures and situations.
– Compiles pertinent data for reports on security matters and initially reports cases of injury, accidents, thefts, losses and damages.

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