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  1. I have been asked by a mate to advertise the job below. If you are interested in submitting your CV PM me and I'll let you have contact details.

    A world recognised security company is seeking an experienced individual to fill a vacancy for a Risk Analyst within its team at the EU Delegation in Kabul, Afghanistan. An outline of the positions is as follows:

    Responsibilities include the preparation and distribution of the following:

    > incident-based security and travel advisories

    > daily and weekly security situation analysis briefing papers.

    > security incident background papers and long term assessments, forecasts of the upcoming security situation, events or actions that may affect the safety and security off EU staff and assets within the mission area and to liaise closely with other members of the Cell in the planning and preparation of security procedures, plans or briefs to meet such threats.

    In addition, the Risk Analyst will:

    > be the focal point of all security related intelligence information

    >maintain and update Security Information Analysis reference sources.

    > identify and liaise with appropriate Diplomatic/Police/Military & National Security information focal points.

    > conduct risk analysis and threat assessments together with historical and incident spot mapping material.

    > ensure the quick dissemination of security related information, after approval of the Security Cell.

    Experience & qualifications

    > University degree in a security related field an/or graduation from a recognised full time EU Police/Military academy

    > At least 5 years experience in security information analysis in a police or military environment within a proven information analysis/intelligence role required.

    > Demonstrated ability to contribute creatively to the development of security strategies and procedures.

    > Previous mission experience with an international security organization / company and knowledge of Afghanistan and larger regional issues is desirable.

    > Excellent analytical skills.

    > Experience of classified information and ideally EU Classified Information.

    > Excellent presentational skills with experience in delivering Power Point and other presentations to large audiences in the English language.

    > To be in possession of security clearance preferably at the level of EU Secret or other NATO/National equivalent
  2. Er, perhaps I should have said it pays about $300 a day.
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