Armament Manager

Location: Camp Arifjan, Kuwait
Requisition/Vacancy No. 142273BR

Job Summary

URS/AECOM has an opening for an Armament Manager in Kuwait.

The Armament Manager will manage activities and personnel engaged in maintenance and repair of small arms, field artillery and armament systems for the APS-5 contract in Kuwait.

Essential Responsibilities:

Provide daily guidance and assistance to maintenance personnel assigned to the maintenance of
armament items

Monitor production for compliance with scheduling directives, cost factors, and other applicable standards

Serves as the subject matter expert to senior management staff for armament issues

Ensures only qualified personnel accomplish armament repair with the appropriate equipment and tools

Ammunitions Operations Manager

Employer: Fluor

Job Description 
Responsible for Ammunitions Handling Operations at a project level. Ensures safe handling of a variety of munitions, explosives, chemical munitions, radioactive materials, and rockets. Checks receipt documentation to ensure items received agrees with documentation. Performs oversight and guides supervisors responsible for direct maintenance of ammunition to recondition ammunition found with incidental or minor defects. Issues items to using units from issue forms as provided by control units. Maintains strict lot number control and keeps magazine data cards current by accurate posting of issues and receipts. Ensures items are loaded on vehicles IAW Department of Transportation (DOT) hazardous materials requirements. Develops, maintains, and enforces Standard Operating Procedures. Evaluates existing systems and recommends changes to Project Management to increase efficiency and maximize value to the customer. May compile reports of quantity and type of material on hand. May compile perpetual production records in order to locate material, using manual or computerized system.

Supervises a team of subordinate employees, subcontractors, and/or labor broker personnel, in accordance with the “General Supervisory Duties and Responsibilities” addendum.

This Job Description represents a summary of the generic job duties and qualifications for this position and shall not be construed as a complete listing of all tasks, as other duties may be assigned. A Position Detail with additional site specific duties or qualifications may be held at the Project level.

Regional Manager - Security

Employer:  Schaeffler Groupp
Location:South Carolina-Fort Mill


Schaeffler, a global automotive and industrial supplier, is seeking a Regional Manager - Security for our Fort Mill, SC location. This position is responsible for managing and overseeing the day to day functions of the security department in North and South America, including protection of employees, visitors and property as well as overseeing all activities related to data privacy and information security.

Key responsibilities include but not limited to:
Adopt Schaeffler’s global security standards for the Region Americas, including North and South America.
Support Schaeffler locations in Region Americas to perform security risk analyses and site classifications.
Support the local implementation of security measures while striking a good balance between standardization and local adoption.
Implement and operate systems to monitor the implementation of security measures.
Further develop alarm and emergency response plans for the region in close cooperation with other functions such as Employee Health & Safety.

Regional Security Manager ( Loss Prevention)

Employer:  McDonald's Corporation U.S
Location: GA, FL 

Job Description
The Southeast Regional Security Manager is a part of the McDonald's Corporation U.S Security team. The candidate will be working in the vicinity of Georgia/Florida.

The Regional Security Manager will support the Security Director in providing a vision, strategy and a security framework for the organization to achieve desired results. In addition, the Regional Security Manager will lead the execution and implementation of security plans and programs which protect people, brand, profit, and assets in support of the achievement of regional, zone and company business objectives.

In this role, the Regional Security Manager effectively partners with zone and regional security professionals to oversee the management of security - loss prevention for company owned (McOpCo) restaurants, regional offices along with providing security and loss prevention consulting services to owner/operator restaurants.

Protective Agent

Employer: CIA
Location: Washington, DC metropolitan area

Work Schedule: Full Time
Salary: $71,115 - $87,821

The Directorate of Support has multiple vacancies for motivated and talented officers interested in career opportunities in protective operations. Positions fall within the OS/Protective Operations Specialist career track. The successful candidate will primarily support various protective operations at the direction of the Director of the Central Intelligence Agency. Extended foreign (45-60 or more days in duration) and/or domestic temporary duty assignments (TDYs) in support of scheduled, or nonscheduled, critical operations are to be expected.

Typical duties of the Protective Agent include deploying worldwide to perform sensitive operations in support of protective requirements. Protective Agents are consistently called upon to deploy and participate in training and operational assignments, and are expected to work long hours and deploy for periods from 45 to 60 days in length. The amount of yearly travel is extensive, and interested candidates should expect to deploy as scheduled.

Minimum requirements: Candidates must have a high school diploma or the equivalent, and be at least 21 years old, physically fit and possess a valid driver's license. Extensive military, security, or law enforcement experience, preferably in a military special operations branch, protective operations, or as S.W.A.T officers, with a minimum of 7 years combined experience. A bachelor's degree or higher is preferred. Applicant should

S&W Command and Control (C2) Operator (OCONUS) - PTS

Emloyer:Olgoonik Global Security, LLC
Location: Overseas
Requisition Number: 2011889

The Sense & Warn (S&W) Command and Control (C2) Operator (OCONUS) will be fully capable and qualified to operate the S&W C2 equipment and the Local Area Network/Wide Area Network (LAN/WAN).

Primary Responsibilities:

The Sense & Warn (S&W) Command and Control (C2) Operator must be fully trained and qualified to operate the S&W C2 Forward Area Air Defense Command and Control, the Wireless Audio Visual Emergency System (WAVES) Warning Systems (Integrated Base Station, alerting devices, wireless links, and power generation equipment), and the S&W Local Area Network/Wide Area Network (LAN/WAN).

Security Cooperation Officer USAFRICOM

Employer: GS5, LLC

GS5, LLC is looking for a Secret Cleared Security Cooperation Officer

Minimum Qualifications:
Undergraduate degree in international affairs or international affairs-related field is required.
o Masters degree is preferable.
Minimum 10 years of experience working at Department of Defense (DoD), Department of State (DoS) or 10 years of experience working International Programs at other USG agencies designated for building partnerships and partner capacity with foreign nations required.
Must possess a working knowledge in international affairs, security cooperation, or GCC staff at the Number Air Force (NAF) or MAJCOM level; experience in the USAFRICOM AOR preferred.
Must possess the knowledge and skills to develop and document detailed training requirements with specified skill set(s) to include recent practical working experience with USAF security assistance training programs (SATP), policies and procedures, knowledge of USAF aviation and aircraft systems training methodologies, intergovernmental working relations between Department of State (DoS)/Department of Defense (DoD)/Embassies to develop, define, plan and or monitor international training.
Must have a working knowledge and remain current with the latest version of WINDOWS (e.g. XP), and Microsoft applications (e.g. Excel, Word, PowerPoint, Access, Project, and Visio).

Security Manager

Employer: Spur Sports & Entertainment
Location:US-TX-San Antonio


The Security Manager is responsible for the management of the day to day security, event security and emergency preparedness and response protocols for the AT&T Center and Toyota Field, as well as assigned site responsibilities. This position is responsible for the planning and implantation of security for emergency preparedness protocols, dark days, and events at the AT&T Center and Toyota Field. Additionally, this position will develop and manage an affective training program for Part-Time Building and Event Security Leads and Part-Time Security Staff to ensure their development meets or exceeds industry standards.

The Security Manager will have the needed background to support the management of the building and event security staff, to include but not limited to a background in public venue security, emergency management experience, law enforcement or the military. This manager will be expected to have strong verbal and written communication skills with the responsibility to communicate at all levels in an appropriate manner. Lastly, this position will liaison with law enforcement as needed to ensure both venue and public safety guidelines are met.