SERE / Medic / NOMAD Force Protection Specialist , Bogota Colombia

Employer: Dyncorp International
Location : Bogota, Cundinamarca, Colombia
 Job Summary
The MEDIC/SERE/NOMAD FP Advises the Country Security Manager in activities related to General Medical issues, Preventative Medicine and MEDEVAC planning. Conducts information and intelligence collection and processing pertinent ground, air and water based conventional and unconventional
warfare tactics, techniques, and procedures as it pertains to the Security and Force Protection of the NOMAD Forward Operating Locations (FOLs). Trains and maintains proficiency in all major duties to include, but not limited to physical security, planning, advisory, assistance, coordination, inspection, operations, dissemination, management, maintenance, cell infrastructure design, deployment, support, quality control and safety. Provide accurate, timely, tactical and technical guidance to program directors, operations, and indigenous and allied personnel as required. Extensive and extended travel may be required. Teaches level B Survival, Evasion, Resistance, and Escape (SERE) training for DynCorp aircrews that will enable them to survive and evade capture in the event they were isolated and improve their chances to be recovered.

Principal Accountabilities
Advise Country Manager on all Eradication Program medical-related issues
Conducts biohazardous materials destruction
Manage, supervise and implement Program MEDEVAC plan
Conducts Preventive Medicine training program at Forward Operating Locations
Procure medicines, medical equipment and supplies
Develop, implement, disseminate, update and rehearses country MEDEVAC plan for all FOLs and MOBs
Develop/establish/update Medical portion of Colombia SOP
Conduct medical surveys of local hospitals to Forward Operating Locations
Conducts basic life saving training for program contractors on FOLs
Perform additional duties as required

Familiarizes AT-802 Pilots for Regional Personnel Recovery capabilities and procedures
Conducts Aviation Life Support Equipment training
Teaches Basic Survival and Evasion skills
Teaches Resistance and Escape TTPs
Teaches Water Survival
Teaches Tactical and Field Expedient First Aid
Helps plan Helicopter Operations for Personnel Recovery in ERAD AOs
Plans and updates FOL specific Evasion Corridors
Conducts Field Training Exercises and Reinforcement Training

Receives tasking from program directors or operations and works closely with other elements on the deployment, operation, or program in collecting, processing and dissemination of intelligence information.
Performs intelligence and operational duties as tasked in support of Force Protection and FOL security
Interface on a regular basis with the local military intelligence offices and pertinent law enforcement agencies to insure we obtain the most current information as it relates to the safety of U.S. contractor personnel on the sites (Spanish speaking requirement)
Ensure Site Manager and all American site personnel are fully aware of current threat and Threat/Force Protection Condition (THREATCON/ FPCON) on a daily basis and are kept current as to any security contingency which could affect site operations
Ensure all site-contracted personnel follow rules and regulations set forth by Site Manager, Operations Coordinator (OPSCO) or Base Commanders (Policia Nacional Colombiana (PNC) or Colombian Army (COLAR)
The Force Protection Specialist (FPS) is responsible to the Security Manager for ensuring that systems are in place to facilitate the protection of DynCorp personnel and equipment
The FPS is required to complete a security surveys of the site to which assigned. This survey includes a detailed threat analysis; route surveys, hotel surveys, keyhole surveys, Emergency Action Plans, Perimeter Defense Plans and other reports deemed necessary for that location.
Required to conduct safety familiarization and live-fire training on light weapons (M16A2, M4, 9mm pistol)
Other duties as may be required

Knowledge & Skills
Spanish language ability with at least a 2/2 DLPT (Defense Language Proficiency Test) rating or equivalent is required
A 3/3 rating or equivalent is desired
Instructor/trainer skills are required
Proficiency in small arms weapons is required
National Registry EMT-Intermediate level medical training or higher is desired

Knowledge of Search & Rescue procedures in a high-threat environment
Knowledge of ground to air linkup operations in a high threat environment
Knowledge of survival techniques and principles
Knowledge of Escape and Evasion planning, techniques and principles
Light infantry patrolling and tactical skills are required
Extensive active duty military experience in Latin America with extensive geographical knowledge of Colombia is desired

Must have thorough knowledge of intelligence theory, techniques, hardware, software and special equipment used in the employment, operation and maintenance of ongoing and pending operations.
Incumbent must have general knowledge of airborne, airmobile platforms and specific capabilities as it pertains to intelligence operations.
Incumbent must possess strong organizational skills, project management and interpersonal communication abilities in both languages
Incumbent must possess a proven ability to manage multi tasks with competing priorities and an unwavering ability of self-control
Incumbent must have excellent customer service skills in a high-pressure environment
Incumbent must possess the ability to work in the field under austere conditions
Incumbent must possess excellent decision- making process skills
A thorough general knowledge on Force Protection, Intelligence operations and associated tasks including: Interpersonal skills and experience in South America, i.e., establish and maintain rapport with Host Nation Security and Intelligence agencies as required, Intelligence cycle TTPs, Human intelligence operations, Signal intelligence operations. Military Operations TTPs, Briefing and instruction techniques, formal and improvisational, Photography, fingerprinting and classification, Map, chart and blueprint reading, plotting and construction, Land navigation, Drawing, sketching, measuring and determining distance, Knowledge of logistical support and movement of tactical systems in response to urgent requirements, Route planning, reconnaissance, escape and evasion techniques, Basic survival, cache and first aid techniques.

The ability to read and write grammatically correct English and to provide interpretation of tactical and technical data is required

Currently possess or have the ability to obtain a U.S. Passport before assignment if U.S. citizen

Possess or have the Ability to obtain and maintain a Moderate Risk Public Trust (MRPT) through Department of State Background Investigation or full Background Investigation through host nation US Embassy if
TCN/FN; a condition of continued employment
A current MRPT is desired

Experience & Education
Have a minimum of ten (10) years experience working with various special units relating to intelligence, such as Special Forces, Rangers, Navy Seals, Air Force Combat/Control, Delta, Regional Security Team,
Area Security Team, or Force Recon
Also, five (5) years experience working in intelligence operations with currency in post 9/11 TTPs
Having prior overseas military or contracting experience and experience instructing foreign military personnel is required
Completion of high school or equivalent is required
Incumbent must have certificates of graduation from military schools or civilian Force Protection and Intelligence schools
Must be a graduate of the JFK Special Warfare Center and School SERE course, the US AIRFORCE SERE course or the US Navy and Marine Corp SERE course
Must be a graduate of a Military or Civilian Instructor Development or Trainer course
2 years of college or equivalent in medical-related area of study is required
A 4 year college degree in a medical field of study is desired

Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Must be able to walk, stand, and sit for extended periods
Must be able to climb stairs, ramps ladders and work stands
Must be able to crouch, crawl, grasp or handle objects, use finger dexterity, bend elbow/knee and reach above/below shoulders
My be required to lift up to 35 pounds to height of 4 feet and be required to lift up to 35 pounds to height of seven feet
May be required to carry, push or pull 50 pounds
Ability to respond to a wide variety of operational circumstances, including extreme weather conditions and rudimentary infrastructure may be required

Incumbent may be exposed to extreme noise from turbine and jet engine aircraft

May be exposed to fumes or airborne particles
May be exposed to electrical shock hazards or work near moving mechanical parts
May be required to manage incidents / crisis situations during late PM or early AM hours and required to continue duty until a safe and secure working environment is returned

Travel Travel to and between CONUS and OCONUS locations and for continued education/training may be required

The above information on this description has been designed to indicate the general nature and level of work performed by employees within this classification. It is not designed to contain or be interpreted
as a comprehensive inventory of all duties, responsibilities, and qualifications required of employees assigned to this job.

EXECUTIVE ORDER 11246 Prohibits discrimination against any employee or applicant on the basis of race, sex, color, religion, or national origin and requires affirmative action to ensure that applicants are employed, and employees treated, without regard to race, sex, color, genetic information, religion, or national origin. (Enforcement Agency: U.S. Department of Labor, Office of Federal Contract Compliance Programs).

How to Apply 

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