Executive Movement Detail Member

Employer: DynCorp International

Job Summary
The Executive Movement Detail (EMD) Team Member is responsible for the risk management of the Program Manager and ANA-ANP Mentors and Advisors Program Managers and other Principals under the direction of the Executive Movement Detail Supervisors. The Executive Movement Detail Member will follow EMD security procedures to effectively ensure mission compliance. The Executive Movement Detail Member will assist in the development of EMD policies, guidelines and procedures to ensure mission required performance

Principal Accountabilities
Performs personnel risk management detail assignments as they pertain to assigned programs.
Responsible for safe operations of assigned EMD transportation to ensure principals safety, to include mobile, air and static venue operations.
Utilize special weapons and tactics to ensure mission success.
Conducts high & low risk formation positions daily.
Conducts advanced reconnaissance of projected routes.
Conducts static security assignments when directed.

Preclude behavior that would reflect poorly on the Principal, DynCorp International, the Department of Defense or the Government of Afghanistan.
Presents a clean and professional appearance.
Performs other duties as assigned.
Must perform well in a small team unit.

Knowledge & Skills
Excellent communications skills with persons at all levels.
In-depth knowledge of company’s EMD security policies and procedures.
Ability to communicate fluently in the English language.
Ability to conduct both static and mobile EMD operations.
Technical and tactical proficiency with the various small arms used in support of company operations.
Ability to operate motor vehicles of various weights in a tactical manner both on and off-road.

Experience & Education
Minimum of five (5) years Military or Law Enforcement experience with a preference toward Combat Arms and SWAT.
This experience and background may have been gained in any of the following organizations:
Military Special Forces/Special Operations Assignments
Military Infantry / Combat Arms Service
Commercial executive protection services with military or police background Law Enforcement experience (Military Police/Criminal Investigations Division; or an Emergency Services, SWAT type unit of a Law Enforcement Agency)
U.S. Department of State Diplomatic Security Service
U.S. Secret Service
U.S. Federal Agencies, i.e., FBI (former special agents with protective security background)

Possess a High School Diploma or GED equivalent. Preference will be given to candidates who possess an Associate’s Degree or Higher in a related field of study.
Minimum of one (1) year experience in High Threat Environment preferred.
Must have successfully completed the High Risk Motorcade Course/Protective Security Detail (HRMC/PSD) training or be able to provide documentation of successful completion of a similar course including standards and curriculum for evaluation, prior to applying for the position.

Physical Requirements/Working Environment
Primary duty station(s) are located in Afghanistan.
Place of duty and environmental conditions can be extremely austere, harsh, and work can be performed under hostile and life-threatening conditions.
May be required to respond to a wide variety of operational circumstances, including extreme weather conditions and rudimentary infrastructure.
Candidate must pass pre-deployment medical screening as required by the contract.
Candidate must be able to pass both weapons qualifications and physical fitness courses
Standards for the M-4 rifle and M-9 pistol are as outlined by the CENTCOM Arming on US Army forms DA Form 5790-R and DA Form 5704-R.

Employee is expected to accompany Principals to/from duty locations within country