ICAREC OPPORTUNITIES

#1
My friend is looking for someone with about 4-6 years experience in collation and analysis for 3 months work in the New Year.  An understanding of the Light side would be helpful.

The job will be in a European Capital, working as part of a multi disciplinary team conducting a security survey for a High Risk function.  

PM me or eml me a copy of your CV if you are interested.
 
#2
A couple of permanent  opportunities

No 1.  NCIS:  A number of vacancies here http://www.ncis.gov.uk/vacancies.asp

No 2. Maritime Security Inspectors:   They are looking for 40.  Go to this agencies website and click on Public Sector then DTI.
http://www.centrepointgroup.co.uk/
Due to huge demand this opportunity has closed, link is now down

of course they got enough people, your desert combats will be issued when you get there and we have arranged for you to pick up a GSM phone each, The wolf landrovers and comms will go through in the next STP round, the DEC are taking all your operational lessons learned through, we are at full manning and don't have a retention problem, of course there are enough resources to teach 44 at a time on the A3, security only applies in barracks you know.............

My friend sometimes has short term opportunities in the area of No 2 above.  If this is your bag, PM me and I'll put you in touch.

If you would like to speak to someone ex Corps, in either NCIS or D f Tpt, PM me again.  
 
#3
As part of my rehabilitation programme I too am looking to place certain individuals on behalf of a friend.

This is no duff

My friend is looking for 4 individuals in the rank range WO2 - Maj, to work month-on-month off in the Arabian Gulf.  The role is to manage a team of 3 UK based sub-contractors operating Force Protection sensors from a support vessel moored in a port.  

The requirement is for an initial 12 month contract.  In response to an MoD contact to be let in 6 weeks.



Unfortunately Treasury are no longer prepared to support this UOR and project was cancelled last night.
 
#4
My friend's friend runs a small but unnervingly accurate OSINT analysis business. He is currently bidding for some new work, which if successful will require the following roles filled at short notice.

Overseas collator analystYou should have 4-6 years proven experience of all source analysis in a high tempo tactical environment. You should be capable of establishing and maintaining an open source database, advising the principal analyst on emerging trends and assistance in the production of a range of Warning and Reporting products.

Work will be in a hight threat enviroment where there is minimal infrastructure. Whist the pay might be good you will have to pay your own stamp and insurance. Travel insurance might also be an important issue here.
Work will be rotational, and you will proabaly not be paid whilst you are back on R+R.

Home based collator analyst Para 1 is as above

You should have 4-6 years proven experience of all source analysis in a high tempo tactical environment. You should be capable of establishing and maintaining an open source database, advising the principal analyst on emerging trends and assistance in the production of a range of Warning and Reporting products.

The second role is 20 hrs per week, home-based. You will be required to monitor customer IRs, maintain a collection plan, collate and analyse incoming OSINT and draft a weekly intsum for the principal analyst. You will need broadband access at home and a rudimentary grasp of security issues for Internet working.

You may be requred to attend meetings at the business's rural office location, so a car and the ability to drive will be a great assett.


Maintaining customer realtionships will be a critical part of both roles. An ability to persuade the customer to read your product in the first place, would be a great advantage :wink:

PM me and I'll pass your details on.
 
#6
What's he got to do with it?

Who remembers the photo of him standing looking at his feet, with the caption: 'Watch me squash this frog...'

It should be framed and hung in Strasbourg.
 
#7
I have a couple of fairly high profile contract security manager posts going in Saudi, which need to be filled quickly. Good CV entries, especially in the current climate. Come with car and villa in good compounds. Salaries not spectacular but tax-free. Excellent networking opportunities. (....email address now redundant....)
 
#9
FCO Looking for security managers in March 2005. Bags of time to PVR then....

Also advertised in SMT details on line are here
http://www.centrepointgroup.co.uk/fco2506.htm

Hope the cost of living supplement siginficantly adds to the initial offer?

Disparity of pay abroad?
have we been here before
Report by David Calcutt QC on his Inquiry into the investigations carried out by the service police in Cyprus in February and March 1984
 
#10
:!: :!: :!:

I was in the ICAREC office this morning and the next clinic is v. undersubscribed on the Network side. :!: If you are on the network and are thinking of attending please let them know asap.

For those on the register, if you speak 7799 + Infosec, I have been told there will be some jobs going.

( deetails have been on the site for a while)
 
#11
The Security and Export Controller role is based with a multi-national IT related company on the M40 / M42 corridor:

post filled 11 May
 
#12
Surveillance Support Officer - Avon + Somerset Police

Would suit CPS qualified individual: offering £20K to start

PM me for details, or contact ICAREC.
 
#13
CLAS Consultant

Midlands based IT company is going to be recruiting another CLAS consultant in next 3 months. They would consider sending the right person on the CLAS course as part of the joining package.

I'm still waiting for the details of the package, but if you are in your last 6 months its likley to be IRO £ more than you are on now, + Car allowance + other benefits worth £5K per year and probably home worker status.
( ie: when you are not at home, all your T+S is paid)

Work is pre-sales support for new business bids and some internal consultancy. In Birmingham, London + M25 / M4 corridor + crab bit of East Anglia.

If you have a strong grasp of DIAN 7+8, 440 + IS 1-3 and still have your DV, PM me to arrange a chat.
 
#14
Department of Transport
Transport Security Inspectors - Aviation, Maritime and Land

Up to £31,573 London

Offer closes 10 March 2006 !!!

Certainly more than was being offered for Network Security Engineers to protect the critical national infrastructure.
 
#15
I notice a recent advertisment for an office manager in a certain training company.

One of the duties of the jobholder includes "scribing"

On those wages, they are proabably looking to recruit an ancient egyptian!!
 
#16
Consultancy Opportunities

Did anyone else see that crazy opportunuty in todays email round robbin?

I have just emailed the ICAREC sec asking for a bit of due diligence on the prospective employer. The Marsh Arabs have all gone back to their leader's tents and are muttering with apparently muderous intent.

Don't drop round to that Diwaniyah unless you have been invited!!!

A ride-on lawnmower and a petrol hedgetrimmer between the shoulderblades is less sublte but far more effective :wink:
 
#17
subbsonic said:
Consultancy Opportunities

Did anyone else see that crazy opportunuty in todays email round robbin?

I have just emailed the ICAREC sec asking for a bit of due diligence on the prospective employer. The Marsh Arabs have all gone back to their leader's tents and are muttering with apparently muderous intent.

Don't drop round to that Diwaniyah unless you have been invited!!!

A ride-on lawnmower and a petrol hedgetrimmer between the shoulderblades is less sublte but far more effective :wink:
It certainly did look dodge as a dodge thing.

On an unrelated note, does anyone here have significant form for biometrics at all (he asked innocently).
 
#18
Not sure if Friend of ICAREC is going to get any takers here?

PM me if you would like to have an informal chat with him. This looks like a good opportunity to start a second career in industry.

friend of ICAREC said:
Capability Manager COMINT / COMSEC

A leading European aerospace and systems integration house is looking to broaden it’s UK portfolio and seeks to recruit a COMINT / COMSEC Capability Manager to work in its Intelligence and Security practice. The practice supports existing business in UK and the middle east and is actively involved in business development in other middle east and EU markets. The company continues to invest significantly in the UK and will continue to do so for the next 2 years at least.

The successful applicant will probably have served at least three tours in a COMINT / SIGINT environment during their intelligence career. The candidate will bring a broad understanding of the principles of intelligence including some intelligence management experience. The role will be to advise the company and customers at home and abroad on the development of COMINT and COMSEC capabilities and sustaining those capabilities. The company has well established List X credentials and operates to UK export regulations.

The role will be based on the Herts /Beds borders with opportunity for remote working from satellite offices on the Brampton / Lincoln Axis. Some overseas travel will be required. The final salary package will be negotiable but will include company car scheme, private healthcare, pension scheme linked to final salary and company bonus scheme.

The post will be subject to HMG security clearance and certain nationality rules will apply.
 
#19
...working from satellite offices on the Brampton / Lincoln Axis...
So sinister.... it sounds like anyone taking up that offer will be next on George W's Tomahawk list.
 
#20
Whiskeybreath - Busy time in your neck of the woods, and getting busier by the day eh?..........ching ching!
 
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