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Performs executive security protection and other related services for senior executives, members of the Board of Directors, Mexico employees, and other VIP's. All duties place an emphasis on the safety and security of those individuals in the Executive Security Specialist's (ESS) care. This is a Baja California, Mexico, call-in position based in San Diego.
Devoting full attention to the security mission and principles of protection, the ESS provides the protectee with a safe environment free from both physical harm and embarrassment. Must be constantly aware for unusual conditions or persons either while en route to or at the point of arrival/departure, in order to detect, deter, delay, deny, and/or defeat possible threats to the protectee. Responsible for the safety and well-being of the protectee in his/her care and must take appropriate action in the event that the protectee becomes ill/injured and/or confronted by hostile persons. Conducts site advances as the need arises.
Duties and Responsibilities:
* Meets at protectee's residence, place of employment, or other designated location at the time required each day. Responsible for the safety and security of assigned protectee. This includes preparing safe transportation routes, evaluating the security of the protectee's residence at departure and arrival, completing advances on destination points, and maintaining a presence when necessary at special functions or events. Receives direct supervision from the Manager, International Security & Executive Services, but will regularly receive direction or instruction from the ESS Lead.
* Conducts site advances at off-site locations, to include meetings, restaurants, and special events at both public and private venues. When required, complete the necessary documentation such as site security reports and presentations.
* Develop and maintain liaison relationships with U.S. and Mexico law enforcement entities and non-governmental organizations. Review, analyze, and disseminate intelligence products/platforms and various media/news sources. Attend briefings and trainings related to matters affecting security and general crime in the northern Mexico region.
* Attends specialized training in executive protection, defensive & security driving, self-defense, certification in First Aid/CPR/AED (automatic external defibrillator), and first responder medicine (also known as TCCC: tactical combat casualty care).
* Provides courier services for sensitive and confidential documents or materials for his assigned principal and other executives or departments. Performs other duties as assigned.
Must have a valid California driver's license (CDL) and safe driving record. No chargeable accidents or violations over the last three (3) years. Typically requires a minimum of five (5) years of experience in law enforcement and/or military experience in dignitary protection. Equivalent experience in executive protection in the private sector for minimum of five years (5) is also acceptable. If hired, must successfully complete an executive protection training program. Must maintain current First Aid, CPR, executive protection, and defensive driving certifications. Must maintain high levels of physical fitness and possess outstanding organizational, time management, and problem-solving skills.
Equal Opportunity Employer Minorities/Women/Protected Veterans/Disabled All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, citizenship, disability or protected veteran status.