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ECS Medical Support Instructors

POSITION SUMMARY

 

The ECS course is designed to provide basic expeditionary combat skills training necessary to professionally and safely perform high-risk security operations when assigned to Navy Expeditionary Combat Command (NECC) or Naval Special Warfare (NSW) organizations. This course will provide NECC and NSW personnel with the necessary individual knowledge, skills and abilities to perform Combat First Aid, don and wear Individual Combat Equipment (ICE) and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive (CBRNE) gear, function safely in a field and CBRNE environment, learn basic Land Navigation, understand basic tactical radio communications procedures and reports, understand Counter-Improvised Explosive Devices (C-IED) operations and conduct small arms (pistol and rifle) range live fire, missions and ammunition handling safely with minimum risk.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • ECS Medical Support Instructors will perform classroom and laboratory instruction
  • The instruction involves delivery of formal course curriculum in the areas of Basic First Aid, and Defense Health Agency (DHA) Combat Lifesaver/Tier 2 Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC)
  • ECS Medical Support Instructors shall provide daily set-up and maintenance of all medical training aides used in ECS training.
  • ECS Medical Support Instructor personnel are responsible for delivery of formal course curriculum in the areas of Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC), Land Navigation, Basic First Aid, and Cardio-Pulmonary Resuscitation (CPR), and when appropriate, will provide certification of other personnel
  • ECS Medical Support Instructor personnel are therefore responsible for obtaining and maintaining a current TCCC certification in accordance with the latest Pre-hospital Trauma Life Support (PHTLS) standards for the duration of the performance of the contract as a part of their duties
  • Other duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Possesses one of the following qualifications: 1) Attended the Navy Instructor Training Course (NITC) (A-012-0077) or military service equivalent; 2) Academic credentialing (teacher/professor) or 3) Instructor training via an academic institution containing at a minimum these learning objectives
  • Effective communication and questioning techniques
  • Adult learning theory and principles
  • Instructional delivery methods
  • Lessons delivery performance laboratory
  • Training environment management
  • Inter-personal skills
  • Evaluation and Feedback
  • TCCC – Instructor Certification
  • CPR – Instructor Certification
  • Basic First Aid – Instructor Certification
  • Possess a minimum of 2 years documented tactical military operational experience involving: Basic Tactical Communications, Convoy Operations – Basic, Smalls, Tactical Shooting, Counter Improvised Explosive Devices (C-IED), Mission Planning, Tactical Movement, Basic CBRNE Procedures, Tactical Decision Making (Shoot/Don’t Shoot)
  • Have knowledge of basic and advance training techniques
  • Have knowledge of computer technology applications as it applies to instructional presentation and the use of classroom training aids
  • Have 2 years of experience as an instructor delivering training
  • Possess above average communication skills and the ability to comprehend both verbal and written instructions

BENEFITS

 

Constellis offers a comprehensive, total rewards package that includes competitive compensation and a flexible benefits package that reflect its commitment to creating a diverse and supportive workplace. 

  • Medical, Vision & Dental Insurance
  • Paid Time-Off Program & Company Paid Holidays
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan
  • Insurance: Basic Life & Supplemental Life
  • Health & Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Short-Term & Long-Term Disability
  • Personal Development & Learning Opportunities
  • On-the-job Training, Skills Development & Certifications
  • Employee Referral Program
  • Corporate Sponsored Events & Community Outreach

WORKING CONDITIONS

 

Work is typically based in a busy office environment and subject to frequent interruptions. Business work hours are Monday-Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, however some extended and/or weekend hours may be required.

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

 

May be required to lift and carry awkward items weighing up to 25 lbs. Requires intermittent standing, walking, sitting, squatting, stretching and bending throughout the workday.

ECS Weapons-Based Instructor I

POSITION SUMMARY

 

ECS Weapons-based Instructors teach the skills and abilities to perform Basic Tactical Communications, Convoy Operations – Basic, Small Arms, Tactical Shooting, Counter Improvised Explosive Devices (C-IED), Mission Planning, Basic Tactical Movement, Basic Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) Procedures, and Judgement-based Engagement Training (JET) / Tactical Decision Making (Shoot/Don’t Shoot). ECS Weapons-based Instructors must be familiar with the M9 Service Pistol and M4 Carbine and capable of achieving and maintaining a “Sharpshooter” qualification score with assigned weapon(s) and requalify every 180-days. All Weapons Based Instructor personnel shall have completed one of the small arms instructor courses listed in paragraph 11 of OPNAVINST 3591.1F.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • Weapons-based Instructors will provide instruction on Combat First Aid
  • Don and wear Individual Combat Equipment (ICE) and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive (CBRNE) gear
  • Function safely in a field and CBRNE environment
  • Learn basic Land Navigation
  • Understand basic tactical radio communications procedures and reports
  • Understand Counter-Improvised Explosive Devices (C-IED) operations
  • Conduct small arms (pistol and rifle) range live fire, missions and ammunition handling safely with minimum risk
  • Weapons-based Instructors are responsible for acting as line coaches
  • All instructors shall be familiar with all presentation, delivery method, testing and remediation procedures, curriculum, training aids, devices, electronic podiums, and equipment operation and maintenance procedures associated with the course or section of the course they will instruct
  • Weapons-based Instructors provided NECC and NSW personnel with the necessary individual knowledge, skills and abilities to perform Combat First Aid, don and wear Individual Combat Equipment (ICE) and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive (CBRNE) gear, function safely in a field and CBRNE environment, learn basic Land Navigation, understand basic tactical radio communications procedures and reports, understand Counter-Improvised Explosive Devices (C-IED) operations and conduct small arms (pistol and rifle) range live fire, missions and ammunition handling safely with minimum risk
  • Other duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Possesses one of the following qualifications: 1) Attended the Navy Instructor Training Course (NITC) (A-012-0077) or military service equivalent; 2) Academic credentialing (teacher/professor) or 3) Instructor training via an academic institution containing at a minimum these learning objectives
  • Effective communication and questioning techniques
  • Adult learning theory and principles
  • Instructional delivery methods
  • Lessons delivery performance laboratory
  • Training environment management
  • Inter-personal skills
  • Evaluation and Feedback
  • Possess a minimum of 2 years documented tactical military operational experience involving: Basic Tactical Communications, Convoy Operations – Basic, Smalls, Tactical Shooting, Counter Improvised Explosive Devices (C-IED), Mission Planning, Tactical Movement, Basic CBRNE Procedures, Tactical Decision Making (Shoot/Don’t Shoot)
  • Have knowledge of basic and advance training techniques.
  • Have knowledge of computer technology applications as it applies to instructional presentation and the use of classroom training aids
  • Have 2 years of experience as an instructor delivering training
  • Possess above average communication skills and the ability to comprehend both verbal and written instructions

BENEFITS

 

Constellis offers a comprehensive, total rewards package that includes competitive compensation and a flexible benefits package that reflect its commitment to creating a diverse and supportive workplace. 

  • Medical, Vision & Dental Insurance
  • Paid Time-Off Program & Company Paid Holidays
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan
  • Insurance: Basic Life & Supplemental Life
  • Health & Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Short-Term & Long-Term Disability
  • Personal Development & Learning Opportunities
  • On-the-job Training, Skills Development & Certifications
  • Employee Referral Program
  • Corporate Sponsored Events & Community Outreach

WORKING CONDITIONS

 

Work is typically based in a busy office environment and subject to frequent interruptions. Business work hours are Monday-Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, however some extended and/or weekend hours may be required.

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

 

May be required to lift and carry awkward items weighing up to 25 lbs. Requires intermittent standing, walking, sitting, squatting, stretching and bending throughout the workday.

ECS Weapons-Based Instructor II

POSITION SUMMARY

 

ECS Weapons-based Instructors teach the skills and abilities to perform Basic Tactical Communications, Convoy Operations – Basic, Small Arms, Tactical Shooting, Counter Improvised Explosive Devices (C-IED), Mission Planning, Basic Tactical Movement, Basic Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, and Explosive (CBRNE) Procedures, and Judgement-based Engagement Training (JET) / Tactical Decision Making (Shoot/Don’t Shoot). ECS Weapons-based Instructors must be familiar with the M9 Service Pistol and M4 Carbine and capable of achieving and maintaining a “Sharpshooter” qualification score with assigned weapon(s) and requalify every 180-days. All Weapons Based Instructor personnel shall have completed one of the small arms instructor courses listed in paragraph 11 of OPNAVINST 3591.1F. Weapons-based Instructor II personnel are tasked with acting as an ECS Phase IV – Judgement-based Engagement Training (JET) Instructor. JET training in the ECS course of instruction requires highly-qualified, tactically astute Instructors and the longest timeframe of any of the 4 phases of ECS training to qualify.

 

RESPONSIBILITIES

  • All instructors shall be familiar with all presentation, delivery method, testing and remediation procedures, curriculum, training aids, devices, electronic podiums, and equipment operation and maintenance procedures associated with the course or section of the course they will instruct
  • Weapons-based Instructors provided NECC and NSW personnel with the necessary individual knowledge, skills and abilities to perform Combat First Aid, don and wear Individual Combat Equipment (ICE) and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive (CBRNE) gear, function safely in a field and CBRNE environment, learn basic Land Navigation, understand basic tactical radio communications procedures and reports, understand Counter-Improvised Explosive Devices (C-IED) operations and conduct small arms (pistol and rifle) range live fire, missions and ammunition handling safely with minimum risk
  • Weapons-based Instructors will provide instruction on Combat First Aid
  • Don and wear Individual Combat Equipment (ICE) and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear and Explosive (CBRNE) gear
  • Function safely in a field and CBRNE environment
  • Learn basic Land Navigation
  • Understand basic tactical radio communications procedures and reports
  • Understand Counter-Improvised Explosive Devices (C-IED) operations
  • Conduct small arms (pistol and rifle) range live fire, missions and ammunition handling safely with minimum risk
  • Weapons-based Instructors are responsible for acting as line coaches
  • ECS Weapons-based Instructor II personnel will be certified as Range Safety Officers (RSO) for live fire small arms weapons training
  • Other duties as assigned

QUALIFICATIONS

  • Possesses one of the following qualifications: 1) Attended the Navy Instructor Training Course (NITC) (A-012-0077) or military service equivalent; 2) Academic credentialing (teacher/professor) or 3) Instructor training via an academic institution containing at a minimum these learning objectives
  • Effective communication and questioning techniques
  • Adult learning theory and principles
  • Instructional delivery methods
  • Lessons delivery performance laboratory
  • Training environment management
  • Inter-personal skills
  • Evaluation and Feedback
  • Possess a minimum of 2 years documented tactical military operational experience involving: Basic Tactical Communications, Convoy Operations – Basic, Smalls, Tactical Shooting, Counter Improvised Explosive Devices (C-IED), Mission Planning, Tactical Movement, Basic CBRNE Procedures, Tactical Decision Making (Shoot/Don’t Shoot).
  • Have knowledge of basic and advance training techniques.
  • Have knowledge of computer technology applications as it applies to instructional presentation and the use of classroom training aids
  • Have 2 years of experience as an instructor delivering training
  • Possess above average communication skills and the ability to comprehend both verbal and written instructions

BENEFITS

 

Constellis offers a comprehensive, total rewards package that includes competitive compensation and a flexible benefits package that reflect its commitment to creating a diverse and supportive workplace. 

  • Medical, Vision & Dental Insurance
  • Paid Time-Off Program & Company Paid Holidays
  • 401(k) Retirement Plan
  • Insurance: Basic Life & Supplemental Life
  • Health & Dependent Care Flexible Spending Accounts
  • Short-Term & Long-Term Disability
  • Personal Development & Learning Opportunities
  • On-the-job Training, Skills Development & Certifications
  • Employee Referral Program
  • Corporate Sponsored Events & Community Outreach

WORKING CONDITIONS

 

Work is typically based in a busy office environment and subject to frequent interruptions. Business work hours are Monday-Friday from 8:00 am to 5:00 pm, however some extended and/or weekend hours may be required.

 

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS

 

May be required to lift and carry awkward items weighing up to 25 lbs. Requires intermittent standing, walking, sitting, squatting, stretching and bending throughout the workday.

Court Security Officer – USMS – Southern, MS

Constellis was established in 2010 by a group of operators and investors who sought to combine best-in-class brands, assets and people within the complex risk management industry. Today, the leading provider of risk management and operational support services worldwide, Constellis combines the legacy capabilities and experience of ACADEMI, AMK9, Triple Canopy, Olive Group, OMNIPLEX, Centerra, Edinburgh International, Strategic Social and all of their affiliates. From life support, procurement, operations and maintenance to high-threat protection, training, C4I systems integration and crisis response, Constellis helps its clients achieve and sustain success, no matter where they are in the world. Constellis operates in approximately 40 countries with regional offices in Africa, the Americas, Europe and the Middle East. Constellis is headquartered just outside of Washington, D.C. in Reston, VA.

A Court Security Officer (CSO) is a specialized security position providing protective services at or around United State Federal Court Houses or other areas as assigned under a contract to the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS). CSO’s in this classification generally provide security services under some limited supervision from a Lead CSO and the District Supervisor who reports to the Contract Manager (CM).

The CSO position is able to perform a variety of fixed-post, mobile, or foot patrols while maintaining situational awareness and making decisions and/or taking actions consistent with established post orders, facility rules, guidelines and protocols. Duties may include work in austere and uncomfortable conditions for prolonged periods of time, including periods of inclement weather, while performing walking, standing, searching, and surveillance or sitting duties essential to the performance of the security functions.

CANDIDATES MUST SUBMIT A RESUME TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE POSITION. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Shall enforce the District’s entry and identification system.
  • Test and Report Emergency Equipment
  • Patrol court facilities and grounds of the facility in accordance with applicable post orders.
  • Shall man USMS authorized stationary posts.
  • Shall provide focused surveillance on incoming traffic to entrances from inside or outside the facility in order to detect oncoming threats before reaching the screening area.
  • May provide armed escort services for judges, court personnel, jurors, and other designated individuals.
  • Provide security services for off-site and remote judicial functions where access to the site can be controlled and public screening conducted.
  • Where applicable, shall direct traffic, control lights on court facility properties, and monitor vehicles and pedestrians as described in the post orders.
  • May occasionally be assigned to provide courtroom security during hearings.
  • Shall provide security presence in the courtroom, enforce federal law and judicial orders within the courthouse,
  • Shall turn over any articles found in a court facility or designated facility to the COR and complete a CSO-003 within 24 hours after the incident occurs.
  • Keep supervisors and managers informed of unusual occurrences and important events as detailed in post orders, rules, regulations, guidelines and protocols.
  • Monitor alarms, radio traffic and other information sources. Dispatch or inform others as needed and authorized.
  • Report and appropriately address fire alarms, burglary alarms, requests for assistance and criminal acts;
  • Stop, screen, inquire, and inspect vehicles and pedestrians entering and / or exiting the facility as directed by post orders, rules, regulations, guidelines and protocols.
  • Properly use equipment issued or available for use.
  • Prevent passage of prohibited articles onto or off client facility.
  • Escort individuals or vehicles in accordance with post orders, rules, regulations, guidelines and protocols.
  • Maintain all necessary licensing, certifications, training and records for legal employment for the Security Guard position;
  • Use portable radios, phones or other communication devises appropriately and according to established rules.
  • Monitor all equipment; guard against loss or damage; report any such loss or damage immediately to a supervisor or manager.
  • Perform necessary work regardless of weather conditions.
  • Log in Property Pass numbers for authorized property/equipment movements.
  • Ensure the security of government property, detaining personnel using the mantrap when needed, and reporting anyone involved with unauthorized property/equipment removal.
  • Conduct regular patrols and inspections of buildings and facilities
  • Issue required badges or passes to authorized personnel.
  • Monitor electronic access control and report violations
  • Monitor radio-frequency identification (RFID) systems and respond to alarms indicating unauthorized removal of government property.
  • Grant access to areas during non-working hours to authorized personnel in accordance with the established procedure and access lists.
  • Monitor facility equipment and utility systems and report deficiencies to personnel responsible for repairs.
  • Perform random surveillance of buildings for the detection of unauthorized or inappropriate activity.
  • Perform random surveillance of fence line for breaches and the detection of unauthorized removal of government property, illegal or inappropriate activity.
  • Provide additional security support for scheduled events that may occur during or after duty hours or for unscheduled emergencies as requested by supervisor
  • Maintain activity logs and administrative documents as required by contract.
  • Contact, assist, and cooperate with local, state or federal law enforcement; locate, retain and protect necessary evidence; testify as necessary in judicial and administrative proceedings.
  • Other duties as assigned.
CANDIDATES MUST SUBMIT A RESUME TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE POSITION

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Be at least 21 years of age.
  • Minimum of 3 years of verifiable civilian law enforcement experience OR an equivalent Law Enforcement position with the United States Armed Forces (military). The experience must include general arrest authority. All three (3) years shall have occurred within the last seven (7) years.
  • Must have successfully completed or graduated from a certified Federal, state, county, local or military law enforcement training academy or program that provided instruction on the use of police powers in an armed capacity while dealing with the public. The certificate shall be recognized by a Federal, state, county, local or military authority, and provide evidence that an individual is eligible for employment as a law enforcement officer.
  • Must submit to and successfully complete pre-placement screening and evaluation, which includes submission to a criminal background check, financial institutions/credit bureau check, and disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act.
  • Must be able to pass criminal background screen, drug test and physical exam.
  • Possess a valid, unrestricted (except eyeglass wear) state driver’s license.
  • Fluently read, speak, comprehend, and compose coherent written reports in English.
  • Must be able to meet medical/physical fitness requirements.
  • Must be free from conviction of any felony.
  • Be free from conviction of any misdemeanor crime of domestic violence in accordance with United States Code Title 18 U.S.C. § 922 (g)(9) Unlawful acts.
CANDIDATES MUST SUBMIT A RESUME TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE POSITION

WHY CONSTELLIS?

With operations across every major continent and an annual revenue of $1.7 billion dollars, Constellis provides a wide array of opportunities for individuals looking to build successful careers in a fast-paced, growing industry. Legal, moral and ethical business practices remain at the cornerstone of our culture and Constellis continues to be recognized for our emphasis on quality and compliance. This strong track-record of performance is supported by our deep relationships across key government agencies and blue chip commercial customers. With more than 21,000 personnel worldwide, the majority of whom are military or law enforcement veterans, we leverage our employees’ ambition and passion for creating a safer world. Our extensive operational expertise is augmented by our intimate knowledge of economies, communities and cultures. As a result, we share a willingness to support complex operations in some of the world’s most demanding places.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

The position may require extensive sitting, watching monitors, walking around the facility outside in rain, wind or other poor weather conditions and kneeling and stooping to look under or inside vehicles or containers.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • While performing the duties of this job the employee is frequently required to sit, talk or hear, stand, walk, use hands to handle, or operate objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, and taste or smell.
  • The employee occasionally lifts and/or moves anything from 10 to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job includes close vision, distance vision, color vision and peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to focus.
  • Work in austere and uncomfortable conditions for prolonged periods, including periods of inclement weather, while performing walking, standing, searching, and surveillance or sitting duties essential to the performance of the security functions.

Court Security Officer – USMS – Northern, MS

Constellis was established in 2010 by a group of operators and investors who sought to combine best-in-class brands, assets and people within the complex risk management industry. Today, the leading provider of risk management and operational support services worldwide, Constellis combines the legacy capabilities and experience of ACADEMI, AMK9, Triple Canopy, Olive Group, OMNIPLEX, Centerra, Edinburgh International, Strategic Social and all of their affiliates. From life support, procurement, operations and maintenance to high-threat protection, training, C4I systems integration and crisis response, Constellis helps its clients achieve and sustain success, no matter where they are in the world. Constellis operates in approximately 40 countries with regional offices in Africa, the Americas, Europe and the Middle East. Constellis is headquartered just outside of Washington, D.C. in Reston, VA.

A Court Security Officer (CSO) is a specialized security position providing protective services at or around United State Federal Court Houses or other areas as assigned under a contract to the U.S. Marshals Service (USMS). CSO’s in this classification generally provide security services under some limited supervision from a Lead CSO and the District Supervisor who reports to the Contract Manager (CM).

The CSO position is able to perform a variety of fixed-post, mobile, or foot patrols while maintaining situational awareness and making decisions and/or taking actions consistent with established post orders, facility rules, guidelines and protocols. Duties may include work in austere and uncomfortable conditions for prolonged periods of time, including periods of inclement weather, while performing walking, standing, searching, and surveillance or sitting duties essential to the performance of the security functions.

CANDIDATES MUST SUBMIT A RESUME TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE POSITION. 

RESPONSIBILITIES:

  • Shall enforce the District’s entry and identification system.
  • Test and Report Emergency Equipment
  • Patrol court facilities and grounds of the facility in accordance with applicable post orders.
  • Shall man USMS authorized stationary posts.
  • Shall provide focused surveillance on incoming traffic to entrances from inside or outside the facility in order to detect oncoming threats before reaching the screening area.
  • May provide armed escort services for judges, court personnel, jurors, and other designated individuals.
  • Provide security services for off-site and remote judicial functions where access to the site can be controlled and public screening conducted.
  • Where applicable, shall direct traffic, control lights on court facility properties, and monitor vehicles and pedestrians as described in the post orders.
  • May occasionally be assigned to provide courtroom security during hearings.
  • Shall provide security presence in the courtroom, enforce federal law and judicial orders within the courthouse,
  • Shall turn over any articles found in a court facility or designated facility to the COR and complete a CSO-003 within 24 hours after the incident occurs.
  • Keep supervisors and managers informed of unusual occurrences and important events as detailed in post orders, rules, regulations, guidelines and protocols.
  • Monitor alarms, radio traffic and other information sources. Dispatch or inform others as needed and authorized.
  • Report and appropriately address fire alarms, burglary alarms, requests for assistance and criminal acts;
  • Stop, screen, inquire, and inspect vehicles and pedestrians entering and / or exiting the facility as directed by post orders, rules, regulations, guidelines and protocols.
  • Properly use equipment issued or available for use.
  • Prevent passage of prohibited articles onto or off client facility.
  • Escort individuals or vehicles in accordance with post orders, rules, regulations, guidelines and protocols.
  • Maintain all necessary licensing, certifications, training and records for legal employment for the Security Guard position;
  • Use portable radios, phones or other communication devises appropriately and according to established rules.
  • Monitor all equipment; guard against loss or damage; report any such loss or damage immediately to a supervisor or manager.
  • Perform necessary work regardless of weather conditions.
  • Log in Property Pass numbers for authorized property/equipment movements.
  • Ensure the security of government property, detaining personnel using the mantrap when needed, and reporting anyone involved with unauthorized property/equipment removal.
  • Conduct regular patrols and inspections of buildings and facilities
  • Issue required badges or passes to authorized personnel.
  • Monitor electronic access control and report violations
  • Monitor radio-frequency identification (RFID) systems and respond to alarms indicating unauthorized removal of government property.
  • Grant access to areas during non-working hours to authorized personnel in accordance with the established procedure and access lists.
  • Monitor facility equipment and utility systems and report deficiencies to personnel responsible for repairs.
  • Perform random surveillance of buildings for the detection of unauthorized or inappropriate activity.
  • Perform random surveillance of fence line for breaches and the detection of unauthorized removal of government property, illegal or inappropriate activity.
  • Provide additional security support for scheduled events that may occur during or after duty hours or for unscheduled emergencies as requested by supervisor
  • Maintain activity logs and administrative documents as required by contract.
  • Contact, assist, and cooperate with local, state or federal law enforcement; locate, retain and protect necessary evidence; testify as necessary in judicial and administrative proceedings.
  • Other duties as assigned.
CANDIDATES MUST SUBMIT A RESUME TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE POSITION

QUALIFICATIONS:

  • High School Diploma or equivalent.
  • Be at least 21 years of age.
  • Minimum of 3 years of verifiable civilian law enforcement experience OR an equivalent Law Enforcement position with the United States Armed Forces (military). The experience must include general arrest authority. All three (3) years shall have occurred within the last seven (7) years.
  • Must have successfully completed or graduated from a certified Federal, state, county, local or military law enforcement training academy or program that provided instruction on the use of police powers in an armed capacity while dealing with the public. The certificate shall be recognized by a Federal, state, county, local or military authority, and provide evidence that an individual is eligible for employment as a law enforcement officer.
  • Must submit to and successfully complete pre-placement screening and evaluation, which includes submission to a criminal background check, financial institutions/credit bureau check, and disclosure under the Freedom of Information Act.
  • Must be able to pass criminal background screen, drug test and physical exam.
  • Possess a valid, unrestricted (except eyeglass wear) state driver’s license.
  • Fluently read, speak, comprehend, and compose coherent written reports in English.
  • Must be able to meet medical/physical fitness requirements.
  • Must be free from conviction of any felony.
  • Be free from conviction of any misdemeanor crime of domestic violence in accordance with United States Code Title 18 U.S.C. § 922 (g)(9) Unlawful acts.
CANDIDATES MUST SUBMIT A RESUME TO BE CONSIDERED FOR THE POSITION

WHY CONSTELLIS?

With operations across every major continent and an annual revenue of $1.7 billion dollars, Constellis provides a wide array of opportunities for individuals looking to build successful careers in a fast-paced, growing industry. Legal, moral and ethical business practices remain at the cornerstone of our culture and Constellis continues to be recognized for our emphasis on quality and compliance. This strong track-record of performance is supported by our deep relationships across key government agencies and blue chip commercial customers. With more than 21,000 personnel worldwide, the majority of whom are military or law enforcement veterans, we leverage our employees’ ambition and passion for creating a safer world. Our extensive operational expertise is augmented by our intimate knowledge of economies, communities and cultures. As a result, we share a willingness to support complex operations in some of the world’s most demanding places.

WORKING CONDITIONS:

The position may require extensive sitting, watching monitors, walking around the facility outside in rain, wind or other poor weather conditions and kneeling and stooping to look under or inside vehicles or containers.

PHYSICAL REQUIREMENTS:

The physical demands described here are representative of those that must be met by an employee to successfully perform the essential functions of this job. Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions.

  • While performing the duties of this job the employee is frequently required to sit, talk or hear, stand, walk, use hands to handle, or operate objects, tools or controls; and reach with hands and arms. The employee is occasionally required to climb or balance; stoop, kneel, and taste or smell.
  • The employee occasionally lifts and/or moves anything from 10 to 100 pounds. Specific vision abilities required by this job includes close vision, distance vision, color vision and peripheral vision, depth perception and the ability to focus.
  • Work in austere and uncomfortable conditions for prolonged periods, including periods of inclement weather, while performing walking, standing, searching, and surveillance or sitting duties essential to the performance of the security functions.