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Electronic Service Engineer
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RF Telecommunications Engineer
£30,000.00 - £35,000.00 per annum
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03 March 2023
£15 to 19 per hour Inside IR35
27 February 2023
Pre-Sales Associate - IT/ICT Managed Services - Security Clearance
- Hampshire (hybrid/remote)
£30,000 - £35,000 + benefits/bonus
Account Manager - IT Asset Disposal Services/IT Hardware
- Hybrid working (Hampshire)
£30,000.00 - £35,000.00 + £5k Car + Commission
Technical Consultant/Solution Architect
- Remote (& travel M4 Corridor, South East)
23 February 2023
Account Manager, Trainee
- Telford (hybrid working)
£24,000-£27,000k + OTE £5k
Internal Account Manager - Private Sector - IT/ICT Managed Services
circa £27,000-£32,000k + OTE £45,000-£55,000k
Cloud Technical Sales Specialist
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circa £60,000-£65,000 + £5k car, OTE £110k
Cloud Sales Executive
circa. £60,000-£65,000 + £5k Car, OTE £110k
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Virtual job fair | mar 23, $100k security contracting jobs for veterans.
- Like the idea of a lucrative paycheck in a dangerous short-term gig? Check out these military contracting jobs for veterans
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Does the idea of a lucrative paycheck for a dangerous short-term gig in one of the world’s hot spots appeal to you? If we have your attention, these $100k security contracting jobs for veterans might be for you.
Private security contracting is a booming industry, particularly given the political desire of many countries to reduce their military footprint overseas. As Kerry Patton observed in his book, “Contracted: America’s Secret Warriors,” 52% of the people fighting in Afghanistan in 2012 were contractors.
Private security contractors don’t just work with military and government organizations. Many for-profit companies and non-government organizations operate in war zones, piracy hot spots, and destabilized areas. Private security is a vital component of their daily operations.
Security Contracting for Veterans
This is one career path where you won’t need to tame down that military lingo or avoid talking about your hard-core combat experience. The overwhelming majority of security contractors are ex-military personnel, but as you can imagine, they are not the people who spent the majority of their time behind a desk.
Private security companies seek skilled commissioned and non-commissioned officers with combat arms experience, but have a strong preference for ex-Special Forces candidates. You must be ready to deploy, in peak physical condition, and ideally have expertise in jungle or urban combat, intelligence, weapons, maritime security, explosives, VIP close protection, or personnel extraction operations. Paramedic or linguistic skills are an added bonus.
What do Security Contractors do?
This is where it gets a bit hazy. For obvious reasons, the specific details of your position may not be advertised on the company website. As an example, the job description for a Protective Security Specialist in Afghanistan might detail convoy and facility protection duties. But not specify if you will work alongside military personnel in Kabul or in support of a non-profit organization’s initiatives in a remote rural area.
Typical jobs for security contractors include providing security for facilities, vessels, residences, and project sites, escorting convoys transporting commodities such as food, oil, water or weapons, and providing security training to foreign military and police personnel.
The duties may sound very similar to the types of jobs you did in the military. The big thing to remember is that you won’t necessarily have the might of the American military there to back you up if things go badly. The Watson Institute of International and Public Affairs at Brown University estimates that “over 6,900 contractors working for the U.S. have been killed in the Iraq and Afghanistan war zones.”
Other considerations? It is not going to be a nine-to-five job. Typical contracts have you based in the Middle East or Africa. Your shift might be 12 hours. You could average six days a week for a one-year period, with a four-week vacation halfway through. Alternatively, you may work for two months but then have an unpaid break before your next contract.
Why Work As A Military Contractor?
If the reality of working in remote locations and placing yourself in harm’s way doesn’t deter you. There are some attractive benefits.
Anecdotally, Tier 1 Security Contractors (usually ex-Special Forces personnel) can earn upwards of $600 a day in a hostile area. Annual salaries run from $100K to $250K for those with specialized expertise. And your job won’t be boring.
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Overseas Security Jobs
The world is a massive place that needs protection.
When service members prepare to leave the military, there are questions for some as to what they will do next.
Overseas security jobs are ideal for the former military because the duties and skills fit right into the training soldiers have already received.
Working security overseas also requires excellent discipline, attention to detail, organization, and other hallmark characteristics of ex-military.
Learn more about overseas security jobs and if the career path is the right fit for you, ex-military or not.
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3 Common Overseas Security Jobs
The career path accommodates former service members, yet is not restricted to just ex-military.
There are several different career paths to consider under the broad term of overseas security jobs.
The three most common overseas security jobs are related to:
- Maritime Security
- Executive Protection
Security is best defined as procedures followed or measures taken to ensure the safety of a state or organization.
Therefore, providing security may exist in many different forms.
Personal security is hired for anything from asset protection to counter-terrorism.
Overseas companies of all sizes will hire security to help make sure their assets are not bothered and personnel is protected.
#1. Maritime Security
Maritime Security, often shortened to the term MARSEC, involves security agendas related to domain in the sea.
International waters are often a source of controversy whether it is countries fighting over power control or issues like piracy.
Overseas security jobs related to maritime security are generally divided into four different types of work:
- National Security
- Marine Environment
- Economic Development
- Human Security
Regardless of the chosen career path, you will fill an important need in international waters.
Maritime security private contractors have challenging responsibilities yet earn terrific pay because of their niche services.
The five most common types of maritime security jobs are related to:
- Static Security
- Security Consultant
- Vessel Recovery
Similar Military Occupational Specialties (MOS)
While it is possible to land a private contractor position in overseas security without military service, it does help to have it on your resume.
There is plenty of crossover between the military (especially the Navy and Marine Corps) and maritime security.
Navy SEAL members are highly qualified for a number of positions after leaving the military, perhaps none quite as relevant as maritime security.
Additionally, Navy Visit, Board, Search, Seizure ( VBSS ) team members, and Navy Special Warfare Combatant-Craft Crewmen (SWCC) make outstanding candidates for maritime security.
There are a few other Navy combat positions that have a lot of crossover appeal to maritime security jobs like anti-piracy, static security, and security consultants.
Related Article – 5 Maritime Security Jobs
#2. Executive Protection
Executive protection (EP), or close protection, is security that is provided to high profile clients such as politicians and celebrities.
Close protection is considered more advanced compared to basic security, like being a bodyguard at a club, since high profile clients are exposed to an elevated risk of danger.
Executive protection training teaches new contractors to learn risk mitigation measures that will keep VIP clients safe regardless of the circumstances.
Executive protection includes everything from setting up home security systems and managing a team of agents, to using armored vehicles and private jet travel for safety reasons.
Private military contractors are also taught how to survey maps and plan routes, create vehicle scramble plans, screen mail, conduct background checks, and other precautionary measures.
Of course, one of the biggest responsibilities of the job is protecting high-profile clients and their family members.
Private firms that represent VIP clients like to hire former military and law enforcement because they already have a lot of the skills required for the job.
Regardless, you will still want to consider enrolling in an executive protection training program to make sure you receive all the licensing and permits related to where you work.
Executive protection is its own highly sophisticated field within the private security industry.
Private military contractors are capable of providing outstanding marksmanship, getaway driving, coordination of transportation, first aid, and personal protection.
There are several Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) that have relevant job skills and can prepare you for a career in executive protection.
Some of the most obvious are Army Infantryman (MOS 11B), Marine Recon (MOS 0321) , and Navy SEAL team members.
Any combat position in the U.S. Army, Navy, or Marine Corps translates well since executive protection jobs require marksmanship, discipline, attention to detail, and ability to stay calm under pressure.
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There are plenty of overseas security jobs that don’t involve handling a firearm or providing static security.
In fact, logistics is one of the most crucial to overseas security even if it gets overlooked.
It is also a fantastic career path to consider if you have never served in the military as the industry employs plenty of workers without experience.
Logistics is best defined as “the detailed organization and implementation of a complex operation.”
In other words, massive international companies rely on logistics to make sure day-to-day operations are carried out effectively and successfully.
Security is part of logistics because corporations want to protect their assets.
Logistics includes everything from the point of origin of products or people to the final point of consumption.
Throughout that journey supplies and people are often transported across land, sea, or air.
Logistics helps keep good safe, and can also extend over to protecting personnel.
The overseas security jobs in logistics include everything from warehousing (shipping and receiving), production, packaging, transportation, and security.
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There are several military-related specialties that have to do with logistics and/or security.
All branches of the U.S. Armed Forces have logistics experts that maintain supply lines and distribute items to personnel.
Some of the most relevant Military Occupational Specialties (MOS) for overseas security logistics include:
- Logistics Specialists (LS)
- Airborne and Air Delivery Specialists (MOS 0451)
- Logistics/Embarkation Specialists (MOS 0431)
- Marine Aviation Supply Specialists (MOS 6672)
- Army Automated Logistical Specialists (MOS 92A) .
As previously mentioned, while a career in the military does help you land a job in overseas security it is not mandatory.
There are several people that receive private contractor jobs, especially in logistics, without military experience.
Frequently Asked Questions
To get a better sense of what’s expected in overseas security employment opportunities, we’ve put together this short (but important!) list of frequently asked questions.
If you have a question that hasn’t been specifically addressed here, feel free to leave a comment at the bottom of the page.
How much do overseas security jobs pay?
Overseas security jobs traditionally pay very lucratively.
There are several reasons why private military contractor jobs pay well.
First, it is based on location.
Jobs that require U.S. citizens to travel extensively or live in remote places for months at a time, reward employees financially because of the inconvenience.
However, if you haven’t yet started a family or love to travel than an overseas job is perfect for your interests.
Secondly, since these jobs have to do with security there is the element of hazard pay.
Maritime security jobs or executive protection jobs involve putting your life on the line.
How many jobs can you think of where you might not make it home that night in one piece?
People that work security understand the risks and dangers associated with the work and are reward handsomely with pay.
While your pay in overseas security will vary based on the exact job title and company, you can expect salaries starting at $50,000 per year.
However, it is not uncommon to quickly ascend the ranks and earn six figures a year in overseas security.
There are several private military contractors (PMCs) that earn $200,000 or more a year, depending on the level of danger involved.
Furthermore, many (but not all) private military contractor jobs are tax-free which is a huge incentive.
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Can I qualify if I haven’t served in the military?
Yes, one of the best features about overseas security jobs is you don’t need a ton of experience for certain positions.
While it helps to be former military in jobs like executive protection and overseas static security it is not mandatory.
You can even receive executive protection training without having prior experience in law enforcement or the military.
Logistics is one of the best overseas security career paths for people that haven’t served in the military.
Though the jobs are still essential to the safety and security of supplies and personnel, it usually doesn’t require you to carry a gun or potentially engage in armed conflicts.
Law enforcement and first responders also make outstanding candidates for overseas security jobs because of relevant skills and responsibilities.
Are there any entry-level jobs?
Absolutely, getting into overseas security provides one of the best opportunities for advancement in a career path.
In fact, it is actually really similar to serving in the U.S. Armed Forces because you enter the ranks at the entry-level and have to work your way up.
Though it is possible to earn six figures for overseas private contract work you need to exercise patience.
Most available private overseas security jobs are entry-level and lower-paying between $50,000 to $75,000 per year.
However, like the military, you can earn promotions through dedication and hard work.
Contractors must build a reputation and credentials for private firms to prove their abilities and reliability.
So with a little patience and hard work you can make a killing in overseas security.
Where can I find an overseas security job?
Since private military contractor jobs are not regularly advertised it is difficult to find places/companies that are seeking new candidates.
Over the last couple of decades, overseas private security jobs have really increased in demand.
As a result, a lot of major international security firms have become prominent.
Some of the most legitimate and reputable include:
- L-3 Communications
- Northrop Grumman
- Vinnell Corporation
You also may find overseas security jobs posted on job sites like Indeed.com, GlassDoor.com, GIJobs.com, ClearanceJobs.com, SimplyHired.com, JobMonkey.com, and ZipRecruiter.com.
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Overseas security jobs are the future for some service members that recently completed their tour of duty.
Security jobs translate well with ex-military because many of the job skills and requirements are comparable to Military Occupational Specialties (MOS).
Whether you have served in the military or not, it is worthwhile to consider a career in overseas security.
These rewarding jobs can earn you unparalleled opportunities and experience.
You can explore the world, earn amazing pay, and provide a worthwhile service to an international company.
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11 Elite Security Companies That Want to Hire Vets Now
When we say "security," we're not talking mall cop on a Segway. We're talking elite private security for Fortune 500 execs, high-ranking government officials, covert intelligence gathering, logistics support and infantry subject-matter experts on an international scale and often in unstable environments.
Grunts and POGs equally welcome, these jobs require the same mission-driven mindset that veterans possess.
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We dialed-in to find veteran-hiring companies that provide all aspects of security to private organizations and government operations. They value military experience not just because veterans make great employees, but also because most of these security firms are founded and run by special operators.
If you're a veteran, these companies want to hire you.
CACI's website says it provides "information solutions and services in support of national security missions and government transformation for intelligence, defense, and federal civilian customers."
A Fortune World's Most Admired Company, CACI describes itself as having a "sustained commitment to ethics and integrity that defines its corporate culture and drives its success."
It employs about 20,000 people worldwide and provides a wide spectrum of career opportunities for military veterans to support the United States' most critical missions.
According to its website, its information solutions and services help customers:
- Safeguard national security
- Support critical decision-making to counter global threats
- Keep our armed forces informed, equipped and mission-ready
- Transform government to enhance the quality of services to our citizens
- Modernize government to more efficiently meet national challenges
Vectrus is a leading provider of global service solutions in the areas of information technology and network communication services, as well as facility and logistics services.
This company's no fledgling start-up; it has been around since 1945. And it's tackled some of the world's most difficult communications and logistics challenges. The majority of its management team and more than 35 percent of its employees are military veterans.
The company places a high value on military experience because it knows that military veterans are used to working in high-stress environments and are able to exceed mission expectations.
Vectrus operates in 18 countries across four continents, in both stable and unstable environments, employing approximately 5,000-plus people and managing more than 7,250 subcontractor personnel.
3. Gavin de Becker & Associates
Gavin de Becker & Associates is an esteemed high-end personal security company providing services to at-risk public figures both stateside and overseas.
According to its website , GDBA protects several thousand clients, including more than 90 of the world's most prominent families and at-risk individuals. It provides consultation on security programs and protective coverage at home, during travel and at public appearances.
GDBA investigates and assesses threats, and manages cases of inappropriate pursuit. It provides all services related to safety and privacy, including travel logistics and safety, background screening of clients' prospective employees, and training of clients' staffs in security awareness.
GRS is the private security contractor that employed the surviving operators featured in 13 Hours: The Secret Soldiers of Benghazi.
GRS says its operators "stay in the shadow, work undercover and provide an unobtrusive layer of security for CIA officers in high-risk outposts."
It is a designated Service-Disabled Veteran-Owned Business (SDVOB) and has offices in Virginia and Texas.
According to SOC's website , it provides mission solutions with a history of assuring safe and effective operations for U.S. government and commercial customers.
SOC says it "guarantees discrete and effective service" so that its customers can do their best work. It employs more than 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.
It has an impressive list of customers, including the U.S. Departments of State, Energy and Defense; Fortune 500 companies; and non-governmental organizations.
Ranked on the global Defense News Top 100 List of defense companies, SOC is owned by Day & Zimmermann, a century-old, family-owned company with a workforce of more than 42,000 specializing in construction and engineering, staffing and defense solutions for leading corporations and governments around the world. Day & Zimmermann is currently ranked as one of the largest private companies in the U.S. by Forbes.
6. Constellis Company
Constellis recently acquired many well-respected security and logistics companies: ACADEMI, Triple Canopy, Olive Group, Centerra, OMNIPLEX, AMK9, Edinburgh International, Strategic Social and all of their affiliates.
This full-service security company operates on nearly every continent and provides the entire spectrum of security services under one parent company to include: background investigations, social intelligence tools, advanced training capabilities, logistics and life support, UAV systems, global tracking technology, fire protection and medical services, information security services and crisis-response mitigation.
Constellis CEO Tim Reardon was selected as one of WashingtonExec's 2019 Top 25 Executives to Watch. The company also produces the highly cited Global Kidnap for Ransom Report and the Worldview Security Report.
7. Control Risks
Control Risks claims it operates in more than 150 countries, and provides security services to governments, Fortune 500 companies and private citizens.
Its website says it "specializes in cyber, operational, maritime and travel security in hostile areas and actively hires people with experience in military, law enforcement, business consultancy, security services and intelligence."
Its seasoned team is often called upon by the media to speak about the top security risks for business, and it produces a highly cited interactive RiskMap that forecasts trending security risks for business around the planet.
8. AKE Group
In operation for more than 25 years, AKE's website says it "supports organisations working and investing in challenging, remote and hostile environments worldwide."
It also offers a highly regarded series of courses, "Surviving Hostile Regions," which are recognized at the very first courses specifically designed for professionals working in hostile and challenging environments.
It works closely with the insurance industry, to provide clients with political risk and security consultancy designed to mitigate risks using an "intelligence-led approach."
9. Eagle Eye International Protective Services
Headquartered in San Diego, EEIPS' website says it was founded "to meet the demand for protective services in Mexico and Latin America in the 2000s" but expanded to Europe, Africa and the Middle East "to secure our clients' assets, infrastructure and personnel around the world."
Like other companies on this list, it is a strategic-level security management group comprised of highly experienced professionals who come from diverse backgrounds, ranging from industrial security to financial services, law enforcement, military special operations and intelligence arenas.
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10. IDS International
The nature of conflict is continuously evolving as new and nontraditional actors emerge to threaten global safety and stability. IDS' website says that "dealing with that uncertainty is not only IDS' comfort zone, it's our DNA."
IDS operates globally and in the most uncertain of environments, offering innovative multi-disciplinary services. Training and expeditionary support services among diverse agencies comprise its major lines of business.
IDS operates in some of the hottest conflict zones in the world. Most recently, The U.S. Department of State selected Africa Training Solutions International LLC (ATSI), a joint venture in which IDS International Government Services LLC is a minority partner, as one of four small business awardees to conduct peacekeeping operations and humanitarian assistance training for the African Contingency Operations Training and Assistance (ACOTA) program.
G4S describes itself as "the world's leading global, integrated security company specializing in the delivery of security and related services across six continents."
It offers a wide range of security and logistics services and most recently was noted for its work in war-torn Sudan for "identifying and removing explosive remnants of war in the country's most affected areas, [and] working with communities to understand the risks they pose."
Recently, G4S was named Veteran Friendly Employer of the Year by American Veterans (AMVETS) and named Patriotic Employer by Employer Support of the Guard and Reserve (ESGR).
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People will do anything for money. Even go to war. Mercenaries have been fighting in wars for all of recorded history. They do the military’s dirty work and are paid a huge paycheck for doing it. Mercenaries do more than you think. Today they are called security contractors…
Security contractors, commonly called mercenaries, perform security, intelligence, and combat across the globe for money. They can be found in every military hot spot – Afghanistan, Colombia, or Iraq. Private military companies like Blackwater Security, Military Professional Resources Inc., Sandline, Global Dynamics, or Triple Canopy hire these civilians to accompany and assist the military.
Security contractors are more than just guns for hire. They are professional soldiers who fight for money, not for a nation or a cause. The majority of these mercenaries are experienced ex-military or ex-law enforcement professionals. The government and global corporations hire private military companies to come to war zones to help train troops, provide security, or perform special missions. Security contractors don’t ask questions, they just perform their duty, and get paid.
The private military industry is a multi-billion dollar industry. In the military a grunt soldier makes about $20,000 per year. An experienced, capable security contractor is in a six figure employment category, pulling in $150,000 to $250,000 per year for a similar job. It’s very dangerous, but for a career soldier, working for a private military company makes financial sense.
Private military companies don’t hire just anyone. They only want the best of the best – Navy SEALS, Army Rangers, SWAT. This makes for an elite force of experienced civilians, who can roam the jungles of South East Asia, take fire on the rooftops of Baghdad, provide convoy protection in Saudi Arabia, hunt terrorists in the mountains of Afghanistan, or destroy drug labs in Colombia.
Security contractors have a controversial job. They don’t necessarily answer to anyone. They perform their missions without justifications. They work hand in hand with the military and it makes it difficult to establish what can and cannot be done. Legally, security contractors cannot perform offensive maneuvers – that means they can only fire when fired upon.
If you want to become a mercenary, the first thing you need to do is get military or law enforcement work experience. Join the military and put in your time. Follow orders, get fit, learn languages, and gain experience. Try to join a special operations branch of the military to become specialized in a niche like explosives, security, weapons, intelligence, or jungle combat. Basically become a tough, professional fighting machine.
The next step is to apply to private military companies. The demand for mercenaries will depend on the world at the time. If they offer you a job, it will be contract based to complete a specific mission. Always remember what you are getting into. Your life is on the line. Is your life worth the reward of great paychecks? If so get ready to travel to the world’s hot spots and assume the risks.
By the way, if this type of work sounds interesting, then don’t overlook our sniper jobs page in this same section.
The pay for a security contractor is off the charts. Some mercenaries make $500 to $1,500 per day. Interrogators are rumored to make up to $14,000 per week. The salary ranges from $89,000 to $250,000 per year. Employer, experience, expertise, specialty, location, and danger potential ultimately determine the paycheck.
Being a security contractor is a heart racing, adrenaline pumping career. It’s also very dangerous. If you have military experience and still enjoy taking sniper fire, removing landmines, training troops, or protecting politicians then put in your application to be a mercenary. The pay is outstanding.
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Job Title: Private Military Contractors, Security Contractors, or Mercenary Office: Military hot spots across the globe Description: Perform security, intelligence, and combat for money Certifications/Education: Military or law enforcement background Necessary Skills: Specialized military skills, physically fit Potential Employers: Private Military Companies or Military Service Providers Pay: $500 to $1000 per day or over $100,000 per year
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