Alright, here are a couple of interesting things with this gig.  This is maritime security stuff, and you will be posted on a boat.  Plus you need to be familiar with an old school M-60, along with all the basic stuff.  This would be a choice gig guys.  Also, I have heard that Chenega has partnered with Blackwater.  As for the wage, that sounds good and all, but Hawaii and Alaska are super expensive anyway to live at.  It is still good though at $ 42.56 per hour for CONUS work! -Head Jundi

Edit: 2/23/2017 Chenega no longer has this contract and I believe AQuate Corporation holds it. Although it looks like they are not recruiting at this time. Definitely give them a call if you want to find out more about it.

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Chenega

SBX-1 Security Force Officer – Gold Team (CSPS)

Company: Chenega Corporation
Location: HONOLULU, HI 96801
Status: Full Time,
Employee Job Category: Security/Protective Services
Industry: General/Other
Security/Protective Services Career Level: Experienced (Non-Manager)
Education Level: High School or equivalent

Job Description

Chenega Security & Protection Services, LLC
Job Description

Job Title: Security Force Officer
Contract: Missile Defense Agency Sea Based X-Band Radar (SBX-1)
Reports To: Shift Security Lead
FLSA Status SCA Full-time Non-Exempt (Rotational)
Work Location: Sea Based X-Band Radar (SBX-1) vessel and Adak, AK (including Kuluk Bay) and other locations as required
Summary:
The Security Force Officer provides security services for Missile Defense Agency (MDA) in support of government security requirements for the SBX-1 radar platform, and on-shore in Adak, AK, in support of PSB cargo handling and transfer operations and patrol boat operations when the vessel is moored in Kuluk Bay at Adak, AK. The Security Force Officer will be capable of, and are authorized to, respond to Force Protection Conditions (FPCON) and Maritime Security (MARSEC) measures in accordance with the Statement of Work up to and including deadly force.

Hourly Wage:
$42.56 per hour
$3.16 per hour for Health & Welfare (up to 40 hours per week)

Supervisory Responsibilities:
None

Essential Duties and Responsibilities: Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.
• Will arrive at work prior to guard mount, in proper uniform and carrying needed, issued equipment. • Will be armed with a pistol and an automatic weapon and will be required to exercise force up to and including deadly force. • Will draw assigned weapon. • Will participate in Guard Mount, receive assigned post, and copy any extra instructions. • Will carry out general and special orders for post assigned. • Will communicate via radio, telephone and orally according to general and special orders. • Required to interact with public, contractor, and military personnel. • Required to operate effectively in a foreign nation environment, sensitive to cultural differences. • Will provide access control, and conduct walking and motorized security guard functions. • Will be responsible for cleanliness of uniform and equipment assigned. • Will follow applicable standard operating procedures and applicable regulations pertaining to security of weapons, buildings, personnel, government property and equipment. • Will not remove firearms from vessel, required to turn in after shift. • Successfully complete all training and have obtained all required permits, licenses, certifications and security clearances for the site. Required to follow all company personnel and safety policies, and perform all assigned duties in a safe work manner. • May be required to work other than normal duty hours, which may include evenings, weekends, and/or holidays. • Other duties may be assigned. • Read the rest of this entry »

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