Armed Protective Security Officer - Arlington

Company Name:
OMNIPLEX World Services Corporation
Armed Protective Security Officer - Arlington
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Job Description
OMNIPLEX World Services Corporationis a leading provider of high quality security services and innovative investigative solutions for prestigious government and commercial customers.OMNISEC International Security Services, Inc., a subsidiary of OMNIPLEX, is seeking qualified applicants to fill immediate openings for Armed Protective Service Officers in Arlington, VA.
Job Duties:
The responsibilities of the position include, but are not limited to, the following: Security patrols, access control, security related personnel escort duties, traffic, parking control, law and order duties, as well as security and fire safety surveillance. Other duties as assigned.
Basic Qualifications:
Must be a U.S. Citizen;
Must be at least 21 years of age;
Must have a H.S. Diploma/GED;
Must have a valid driver's license;
Must have 3 years of law enforcement, military and/or security (minimum 1 year of the 3 years armed) experience;
Must be able to read, speak and understand English language fluently;
Must have intermediate written English skills, including ability to prepare detailed written reports and fill out forms.
Other Requirements:
Must be able to pass a pre-employment physical;
Must pass a background check to include criminal, credit, and driving record checks;
Must be able to pass alltraining and obtain required certifications to include CPR, First Aid, and AED;
Must be able to obtain a VA Armed DCJS Security Registration;
Must be able to pass a background investigation for required U.S. Government Security Clearance;
Must be approved by the client to work at the site.
OMNISECis committed to a drug-free workplace. As such, the Company conducts pre-employment, reasonable cause, random and contract-mandated testing in accordance with federal and state law.
VA/DCJS Lic. #11-1298, #11-4698, #11-3917
Job Location
Arlington, Virginia, United States
Position Type

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