August 04, 2015

Personal Security Detail


Employer: Whitestone Group
Location: Global
ID : 2015-1432
# of Openings :10


Overview:
The Whitestone Group Inc. is an industry leading security company providing services to the U.S. Government in international territories. Many of the positions we offer require a Security Clearance (level depends on the position) or the ability to obtain/maintain a Security Clearance as a condition of employment.

Compensation: Remuneration and benefits will be commensurate with the seniority of the role and in compliance with company rumuneration policy and practice.

This position is contingent upon task order award.
*Please note that we do not accept phone calls or faxes at the corporate office regarding employment at this time. A field hiring manager will contact you if interested in pursuing your application for employment.

Responsibilities:
Develops and implements PSD security plans to affectively ensure mission compliance. The PSD Team members will assist in the review and development of PSD policies, guidelines and procedures to ensure mission required performance. Performs personnel protective service detail assignments as they pertain to assigned programs responsible for assisting in the planning, scheduling, and organizing of daily PSD team activities on designated contract.
Perform day to day protective security functions as specified in daily post and detail orders. Ensure that all PSD personnel selected for program contract are executing their responsibilities efficiently and effectively. Responsible for safe operations of assigned PSD transportation to ensure for principals safety to include (water, air, and ground) operations.
 
Qualifications:
Experience Required:

PSD Member shall have a minimum of (3) years law enforcement or military experience and a minimum of (1) year of experience in protective security.

August 02, 2015

Mobile Security Operations Manager , Iraq


Employer:
Olive Group
Location: Iraq
Mobile Security Operations Manager - OCONUS
Job Code HC/JC/557/2015


Position Summary: 
The purpose of Mobile Security Operations Manager is coordination and management of Contractor’s personnel. Improving the efficiency of Contractor’s personnel. Mobile Security Operations Manager shall organize and control all mobile security tasks.

Responsibilities: 
· Manages the day-to-day output and standards of security quality required.
· Creates all Contractor’s work reports on a regular basis.
· Completes Management Forms supplied by Company prior to every movement.
· Provides tasking, tracking and monitoring mobile security.
· Coordinates mobile security teams.
· Provides timely reporting of incidents (verbal and written) including all weapon firing reports.
· Maintains accurate records.
· Provides briefing and debriefing security personnel.
· Provides tasking and management of the security personnel and the quality control of the their tasks.



Job Requirements:
Minimum Experience:

· Over 5 years of experience in managerial positions.
· Over 10 years of military, police, security experience.
· Over 5 years of security experience in Iraq.
· Good knowledge and skills with MS Word, MS Excel, MS PowerPoint, MS Access and Internet Explorer and Track 24 System.
· Recognized formal training from a substantiated external training provider in Close Protection and formally certified as a Close Protection Frontline Operative.

August 01, 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

Work Location Information
Work in employer's/client's home; Various locations . Essential Skills
Reading text; Document use; Numeracy; Writing; Communication; Working with others; Problem solving; Decision making;

Manager, Protective Security


Employer: Australian Parliament
Location: Australia

This opportunity is open only to ongoing APS or Parliamentary Service employees, employed under the Public Service Act 1999 or Parliamentary Services Act 1999. Further information is available from the Australian Public Service Commission webpage: http://www.apsc.gov.au/.

About the Position
This role oversees the department’s personnel, physical and information security across the department Australia wide and includes undertaking the role of Agency Security Adviser (ASA). The role oversees all aspects of security compliance under the Protective Security Policy Framework (PSPF) and operational security for the agency. Successful candidates require qualifications and/or extensive relevant experience in the fields of Personnel, Physical and Information Security and in interpreting and applying the PSPF within a medium to large government agency. Successful applicants will be required to obtain and hold a Negative Vetting 2 security clearance.
Eligibility
  • Experience of at least 5 years as an Agency Security Advisor (ASA).
  • Extensive understanding of government security policies in accordance with the PSPF.
  • Exceptional skills in the management and leadership of staff to achieve critical priorities.
  • Capable of running multi program initiatives with a distinct focus on stakeholder communications and reporting.
Please note: you MUST be an Australian citizen to be engaged in the APS and to meet the Department of

July 29, 2015

Close Protection Officer - Republic of South Sudan

Employer: United Nations
Location: Republic of South Sudan

This "Recruit from Roster" job opening is only open to roster applicants who are already placed on pre-approved rosters, following a review by a United Nations Central Review Body. Only roster applicants who were placed on rosters with similar functions at the same level are considered to be eligible candidates. Eligible applicants receive an email inviting them to apply. Rostered applicants are encouraged to apply only if they are interested and available to take up the position at the duty station/s specified in the Job Opening. Applying to this job opening carries an expectation to accept the offer, if selected.


Org. Setting and Reporting
These positions are located in the United Nations Mission in South Sudan (UNMISS). The Close Protection Officer at FS-5 level reports to the Close Protection Officer (Team Leader), on all close protection issues.


Responsibilities
Within delegated authority and under the general supervision of the Principal Security Adviser (PSA) the Close Protection Officer at the FS-5 level will carry out the following duties:
• Provides supervision to a close protection team to conduct close protection operations for a Senior UN Official;
• Provides advice on operational requirements within the mandated area of operations and the time of assignment;
• Maintains security coverage for the working office and personal residence of the Senior UN Official;
• Ensures that mitigating measures are in place at all time to deter or deny identified threat and to preserve the security, safety and well-being of the Senior UN Officials;
• Ensures that continued effectiveness of the close protection team remains in relation to the changes of the local threat level;
• Conducts Close Protection Operations;
• Accompanies the Senior UN Official during official travels and coordinates all related security requirements;
• Reports to the Close Protection Officer (Team Leader) on official moves of the Senior UN Official;
• Within delegated authority, liaises with relevant security focal points and briefs members of the CP Team;
• Prior to initiating a deployment, coordinates with representatives of mission units or departments on issues of the location, current threat and political climate and assesses plans, coordinates and executes close protection operations;
• Conducts pre-deployment briefings with the Close Protection Officers and coordinates with the staff in the office of the Senior UN Official under the Close Protection Officer (Team Leader). Provides guidance on changes that might occur whilst on duty;
• Deploys CP officers, in advance, for official moves to ensure implementation of security arrangements;
• De-briefs CP Officers and assesses each move upon conclusion;
• Contributes to the forecasting, planning and executing security training for his/her team and liaises with other UN Missions to keep abreast with current training methods;
• Maintains the qualification records and ensures that security officers are certified according with the UN standards;
• Contributes to supervise the performance of Close Protection Officers, Close Protection Drivers;
• Identifies gaps in existing capability and makes recommendation for amendment;
• Monitors team equipment and ensures minimum equipment requirements are supplied, maintained and deployed;
• Assists the Close Protection Officer (Team Leader) or equivalent in drafting the Statements of Requirement and provides technical specifications for the procurement of unit and team equipment.
• Determines equipment, facility and supply needs based on operational requirements;
• Performs any other duties as required.

Work implies frequent interaction with the following:
• Close Protection and Security Officers in the mission and other UN agencies
• Staff in the Office of the Senior UN Official
• Staff in the Mission Support
• Representatives of mission military and police components
• Project Managers and other project personnel
• Local security officials
• Security officials of other national and international organizations


Results Expected:
• Professionally competent close protection operations within the mission, which meets the needs of Senior UN Official and the