Employer: Dyncorp International
Location: Jordan OCONUS
Security Clearance: Moderate Risk Public Trust (MRPT)
The Bureau for International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs (INL) continues to work in partnership with the United States Security Coordinator (USSC) towards strengthening skills, competencies and abilities of the Palestinian Authority (PA) to provide law enforcement, security, and public safety in the West Bank. The emphasis of this critical U.S foreign policy initiative has shifted from training and equipping, and building infrastructure for the PASF, to the development and support of the PA institutions needed to oversee, support, and maintain the PASF and other PA-related justice and corrections functions.
The U.S. is now transitioning to a longer-term institutional development focus with an emphasis on maintaining and sustaining PA capabilities to provide security. The USSC is a U.S. Department of Defense (DOD) team, augmented by international military officers, and this team works in close partnership with INL Jerusalem (INL/J) for program management of all U.S funded assistance to the Palestinian Authority Security Forces (PASF), which principally includes the National Security Forces (NSF), Palestinian Civil Police (PCP), Presidential Guard (PG), Civil Defense (CD), and Preventive Security Organization (PSO), as well as the Ministry of Interior (MOI).
Responsible for mentoring and advising local training staff on the leading practices currently accepted regarding Firearms Training and Armoring activities.
Mentor, advise and assist the PA to establish the necessary operating policies and procedures and staff of experts to plan, direct, and coordinate the activities required, but not limited to, developing and implementing a firearms training program.
Identify training and research and development resources that will help the PA develop and implement new concepts, content, processes and materials that support PA efforts to adopt a comprehensive, self-sustaining logistics management system that can serve all the security services.
Bachelor Degree with Eight (8) Years’ direct firearms training experience in a Multi-Location environment; an Associate Degree or Years Experience might be considered in lieu of Bachelor Degree.
Five (5) Years’ experience with Firearms Range Management and Training Development.
Two (2) Years’ experience with Small Arms Simulator training.
Foreign Experience in a High-Risk, Middle-Eastern Locale is STRONGLY PREFERRED!
A Favorable Moderate Risk Public Trust (MRPT) Certification; we will work with you to initiate the request prior to assignment.
Must be a US Citizen with a current US Passport that will not expire while assigned to this effort
Law Enforcement Worker (Full-time)
Unposting Date Ongoing