Security Manager (OCONUS)
This is a hands-on position reporting to the Country Security Manager for managing the operations of the site, to ensure seamless operations and efficient customer relations. The position will be for static security in a high threat environment. Must be able to deploy to austere locations and effectively manage and support security team on site.
- Coordinate and assist in strategic operations planning and development, plan and conduct site surveys and project scope determinations
- Assist PM in developing operations budgets
- Establish and prioritize operational requirements
- Develop and maintain employee performance standards, company SOPs and TTPs
- Manage the Operations, work as a Shift Leader as required
- Ensure the Operations Weekly Report is submitted on time
- Communicate and collaborate with corporate staff as requested
- Manage all Security Staff on site.
- Continue Training of Personnel per SOW.
- Ensure all personnel have proper arming authorization.
- Understand and successfully address various operational issues and to ensure that the company stays contract compliant while building the reputation of the company by excellent performance on site.
- Maintain effective professional relationships with employees, outside individuals, and Client.
- Effectively communicate with individuals and agencies from diverse cultures and backgrounds
- Exercise sound and independent judgment in all areas of responsibility.
- Proven ability to lead and manage personnel in high threat environment
- Must be able to manage competing priorities
- Four years military or law enforcement experience (within the last five years)
- No Felony convictions
- No Domestic Violence convictions
- Valid US Passport
- Valid civilian driver’s license
- Two years supervisory experience
- In-country experience preferred
To assist with construction activities as needed.
- Checks daily construction schedule to keep apprised of material needs on the job and delivers materials to site in advance of the particular construction phase.
- Cleans up job sites and fills scrap truck by hand, using carts, wheelbarrows and barrels.
- Unloads materials, checks accuracy of delivery ticket and signs receipt for materials.
- Sets aside materials that do not meet company specifications and returns them to materials area for return to supplier.
- Conducts month-end inventory of materials in storage area and reports to supervisor.
- Performs various tasks in support of trade labor.
- May assist in team assignments requiring utilization of many crafts on the site.
- Job involves lifting and carrying up to 80 pounds (drywall material and scrap), pushing and pulling 50-pound scrap carts and walking about six hours per day.
- Job involves climbing stairs while carrying materials weighing between 40 and 60 pounds when the job cannot be stocked in any other way. May involve carrying materials up as many as three floors.
- Basic arithmetic ability needed to count and take inventory.
- Trained to operate construction forklift.
To operate, maintain, and repair heating, ventilating, and air conditioning equipment necessary for the building's operation.
- Report one hour before start of regular shift to start up and check operation of all HVAC equipment.
- Operate central control room.
- Maintain and perform preventive maintenance on controls and related equipment; adjust and calibrate equipment when necessary.
- Respond to complaints regarding HVAC equipment and adjust or repair where necessary.
- Perform all repairs on pumps, compressors, and centrifugal equipment.
- Perform tests on water systems tied in with HVAC.
- Greet town building inspectors or insurance and loss control inspectors and provide tour of equipment and facilities.
- Perform minor electrical and pipefitting repairs to HVAC systems.
- May be required to return to work when major problems with HVAC equipment are encountered on off-shifts or weekends.
- Completion of technical vocational school.
- Completion of in-plant training course for building maintainer, as approved by the plant training committee.
- Ability to work in noisy and hot environments and to work with water. Safety protective equipment provided.
This is an entry job or temporary position for new hires joining the company. Workers in the labor pool are assigned to operating and service departments to assist with extra work load, cover absences and vacations, and supplement crews required to meet unusual changes in the elements—heat, cold, severe weather, etc.
- Following satisfactory result on entry substance abuse test, a conditional job offer, and medical examination, the person is advised to report at the start of a shift to the Labor Pool Supervisor for assignment. Performs property-tending duties such as grass cutting, yard repair, weed elimination, snow shoveling, or water mop-up, while awaiting an assignment. Receives instructions from supervisor or group leader.
- Performs assigned laboring jobs such as plant sweeping duties, product repair and salvage reclaim (hand rework only), pallet repair, and scrap bundling and stacking on a pallet.
- Subs for machine operator in jobs such as hand punch press operator, hand crimper operator, spoilage rework operator. Works under direction of department supervisor or group leader and receives job training from department trainer.
- May be assigned to any unskilled job at the mill.
- Employees with previous training and experience as a forklift operator may sub for absent forklift operators, if employee relations department confirms previous work experience and the employee has a valid state motor vehicle operator's license.
- When a regular vacancy occurs in higher labor grades (non-posted jobs), supervisors may draw from employees in the labor pool who have shown adaptability to their work and successful job performance.
To set up, adjust, and maintain assigned equipment with responsibility for production and quality on equipment.
- Analyzes mechanical and operational problems on assigned equipment and plans for and takes corrective action. Makes necessary corrections and running adjustments to maintain maximum production and quality.
- Reviews production schedule and when equipment is not scheduled for manufacturing, changes over equipment to new sizes or performs scheduled maintenance.
- Tests equipment to check operation. Clears jams and sets aside product for inspection and rework. Tries out equipment after repairs, changeovers or extended downtime.
- Examines, tests, and measures product from assigned equipment for quality specifications, using gauges and instruments, and records data on appropriate forms. Checks product for visual defects.
- Makes preventive maintenance check and inspection of assigned equipment, reports findings to supervisor and takes appropriate action.
- Examines defects and analyzes spoilage causes and, where possible, takes corrective action. Analyzes and records cause of production delays on daily production report.
- Directs line operators and packers and service personnel, such as lift truck operators, in details of daily schedule, standard operating procedures, and requirements.
- Notifies maintenance department or supervisor of recurring equipment malfunctions and corrective action taken, and of quality problems or supplies needed.
- Instructs and directs any maintenance trainees assigned.
- May oil and grease equipment in absence of oiler and greaser.
- May operate equipment during relief periods.
- Performs product examination and rework when line is down due to causes beyond mechanic's control.
- Satisfactory work record, as determined by project manager.
- Satisfactory completion of three-year formal training program.
- Ability to use hand tools and trades type tools.
- High mental and visual effort required.
- Job involves standing most of shift.
- Willingness to work rotating shifts on continuous, seven-day cycle.
Motor Vehicle Mechanic
To maintain, repair, and overhaul all types of automotive equipment for in-facility and outside delivery purposes.
- Repairs and maintains vehicles, company automobiles, pick-up and delivery trucks.
- Inspects and tests equipment at prescribed intervals of time and usage or upon malfunction or breakdown.
- Inspects, tests, and aligns truck and car lights and wheels and maintains electrical systems and controls. Balances wheels to minimize wear on tires and rotates wheels at prescribed mileage intervals. Tunes up engine to maintain combustion control standards. Adjusts equipment to standards set by state DOT for motor vehicle inspections and safety standards.
- Disassembles, inspects, and replaces worn or broken parts. Fits and adjusts new or repaired parts.
- Test drives repaired equipment.
- Uses hoist wrenches, gauges, drills or grinders, or other specialized auto mechanic tools and equipment.
- Performs limited bodywork and repainting on vehicles after a breakdown or accident.
- Fuels, oils, and greases motor vehicles; changes filters.
- Maintains part usage records and orders repair parts from designated suppliers.
- Notifies supervisor of potentially dangerous equipment and corrective action taken.
- May drive facility tow truck to retrieve broken-down vehicles away from facility.
- May be required to maintain a small parts storeroom facility in smaller locations.
- Certified automobile mechanic license (Level A) from state apprenticeship council.
- Class 2 (Over the road commercial) operator's license.
- Frequently works in a crouched position or on back lying on mechanic's dolly beneath motor vehicle equipment; subjected to dust, dirt, and grease conditions.
- Willingness to accept night and weekend callouts in emergencies.