PSS/Firearms Instructor (PSS/FI) (S) (OCONUS)

Other-Worldwide
Job ID
2017-3219
# Positions
1
Experience (Years)
3
Category
Operations - All Open Positions
Type
Regular Full-Time

Overview

SOC is a trusted global provider of mission solutions with a history of assuring safe and effective operations for U.S. Government and commercial customers. SOC provides a guarantee of discrete and effective service so that customers can do their best work. We employ over 5,000 professionals engaged in the delivery of mission critical safeguards and security, facility management and operations, engineering, explosive ordnance storage and disposal, and international logistics and life support services. Our customers include the U.S. Departments of State, Energy, and Defense, Fortune 500 companies, and non-governmental organizations.

Responsibilities

  • The primary function of the PSS/FI is to provide protective security operations.  The secondary function of the PSS/FI is to supervise weapons re-qualification training in overseas locations.
  • The PSS/FI is designated as support (S).
  • The PSS/FI is required to attend the protective security specialist (PSS) training course and the equivalent of the DS Basic Field Firearms Officers Course (BFFOC), as specified in Exhibit E.
  • The PSS/FI personnel are also authorized to permanently fill the position / labor category of the PSS.
  • The PSS/FI shall maintain weapons qualifications as outlined in this contract, for the Glock, M4, Shotgun, M240, M249 and M203, as issued and familiarization fire for the AK47. 
  • Plan and coordinate weapons re-qualification training.
  • Ensure that all equipment, weapons, ammunition, and materials are on-hand for training.
  • Conduct re-qualification firing.
  • Other administrative tasks as necessary to support range operations.

Qualifications

Must meet all of the below qualifications: 

  • U.S. Citizen/TCN/LN, as specified in the Task Order.
  • Level 3 English proficiency (see Exhibit A).
  • Completed or served at least three (3) years experience in military, law enforcement or executive commercial protection.
  • One (1) year experience in personal protective assignments with demonstrated skills as outlined in Exhibit E of this contract.
  • A minimum of one (1) year of experience working as a Full-Time Equivalent (FTE) Firearms Instructor. 
  • Provide verifiable evidence of successful training and work experience
  • Evidence of formal certification as an instructor in necessary areas, such as firearms, EOD, etc.
  • Worked on other U.S., federal, state, or local government training assignments
  • Experience can be gained in the employ of any national, State/Provincial, Local or commercial entities providing high threat protective services.

 

EOE AA M/F/Vet/Disability

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