The Nuclear Field Training Officer (FTO) will work in a forward deployed environment in partnership with the Barakah Center Commander and the Baraka Sector training staff to deliver, administer, evaluate, and assess the overall Baraka Sector security training program.
Essential Functions Include:
Represent Pinkerton’s core values of integrity, vigilance and excellence.
Deliver, administer, evaluate, and assess all aspects of the training program including;
Firearms security, handling/safety, and live fire range operations.
Operational shift changes, weapons/equipment issue and turn-in processes.
Service Force Members Post activities, conduct of duties, and turn-over procedures.
Effective emergency management.
Delivery of all nuclear security training elements including; firearms, tactics, communications, first aid, classified matter protection, mechanical and explosive breaching, vehicular movement, patrol activities, security systems, and refresher requirements.
On-going communication of procedures and protocols.
Conduct and document Limited Scope Performance and Force-on-Force Performance tests and Alarm Response assessments.
Ensure effective training curriculum feedback mechanisms to identify areas which require updates, rework, or clarification;
Coordinate efforts with the Training staff based upon their knowledge and formal feedback from students through testing and/or review of the training curriculum and delivery.
Maintain relationships with training staff, management, and other security professionals to ensure the on-going evolution and effectiveness of the overall training program.
Maintain operational flexibility as training develops through pre-construction to the final nuclear phase.
All other duties, as assigned.
Education/Experience: College or university graduate in a related field or equivalent work experience which includes five or more years of nuclear security training/services experience as well as serving in a Security Force Member/Officer role with supervision of contingent SFMs for a period of at least one year.
Required: Certified by the United States Department of Energy- National Training Center as a Firearms or Advanced Weapons Instructor plus Basic Instructor.
Pinkerton traces its roots to 1850 when Allan Pinkerton founded the Pinkerton National Detective Agency. Today, Pinkerton offers organizations a range of corporate risk management services from security consulting and investigations to executive protection, employment screening and security intelligence. With employees and offices worldwide, Pinkerton maintains an unmatched reputation for protecti...ng clients and their assets around the globe. The spirit and strength of the organization is demonstrated through our people who embody our core values, “Integrity, Vigilance, and Excellence”, every day.