CV Experienced Hostile Environment Close Protection Officer & Security Specialist in Iraq
Experienced Hostile Environment Close Protection Officer & Security Specialist in Iraq
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Location (Residence): Port Elizabeth, South Africa Citizenship:South Africa
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Vocational in Electrical Years of Experience:
Authorized to work in: South Africa Present Location: South Africa, Port Elizabeth Relocation: Anywhere (International)
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1. Summary (Cover Letter) - CV/Resume Part 1 [Mandatory]
RE: Employment opportunities.
Good day Sir,
I recently completed STCW-95 certificates at Unicorn shipping, my passport is in order and I am ready to go immediately.
I have done contracting for the last 8 years and I am accustomed to the life style. I am very serious about my career and would like to point out that I am not interested in a “quick buck” and I always see a contract through. I do my very best every day and try to live a disciplined life.
I am interested in finding a challenging position in the oil industry. I grew up on the east coast of South Africa and although never in a professional capacity, spent a considerable time at sea. Although I have no experience in the oil industry, I will start anywhere and do anything.
My CV, certificates and passport copy is enclosed for your information. I would like to bring to your attention the particular experiences and skills I can offer a potential employer.
§ Good general management knowledge and practical experience working in austere and hostile environments.
§ Accustomed to long rotations and being away from home.
§ Proven leadership skills and experience in managing multinational teams.
§ Flexibility in approach.
§ Can take and carry out orders, delegate responsibilities and work unsupervised or in teams.
§ Specific experience in hostile environment security and close protection.
STCW-95: Done in May 2009.
· First Aid.
· Fire Fighting.
· Personal Safety & Social Responsibilities.
· Personal Survival Techniques.
I did Offshore Survival and Fire Fighting at the end of May. My previous contract (in the Middle East) has come to an end and I am certified and ready to move.
2. Work Experience - CV/Resume Part 2 [Mandatory]
Recent occupation and experience.
From Dec 2007 to April 2009 – EODT Baghdad. VBC. Responsible for security management in Camp Stryker. Staff compliment of +- 370 personnel. Including static, escorts, HOFs, towers and supervisors.
From March 2007 to Nov 2007 – Reed comp Baghdad I worked in a CPO position at the Doura power plant. Main responsibilities were personal security for engineers on site.
From July 2006 to December 2006 EODT, Arlington Ammunition Depot security contract as a PSD and static security specialist II. Responsibilities included, PSD & convoy missions, road patrols, land mine & IED sweeps, force protection (quick response force, QRF for night shift.), static guard supervising, vehicle searches and roadblocks, suspect detainment and stabilizing unrest. All of this was done both in day and night situations and included all the administration and Army liaison issues.
From July 2005 to July 2006 Erinys, Iraq in the Tikrit area for Erinys on the USACE PSD contract for this area of operations.
Rear gunner, Route planning on falcon view, mission planning; navigation, time schedules, etc.
With many years experience in vehicle and fleet maintenance I was always closely involved in the maintenance and repair of our tactical vehicles. As the team’s success relies on the dependability of these vehicles, I familiarized myself with our vehicles and developed an extensive knowledge of the armored F350’s and Excursions used in this theater.
3. Education & Training - CV/Resume Part 3 [Mandatory]
Courses done in; Close Protection, Risk Assesment, PSD vehicle movements, Navigation, Advanced Tactical Driving, Vehicle recovery, Weapons (most US & East Block weapons), Static security and guarding and many more.
I Served 6 years in the South African Defense Force 61 Mechanized Battalion Group, of which 18 months active duty in the Namibian (SWA) Angolan war.