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Glad_its_all_over

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#1
I am looking for two senior security consultants.

One would be based in Dubai, one in Hong Kong, with the usual expatriate package. Good knowledge of Arabic/Mandarin respectively would be highly welcome. These are permanent, pensionable roles, with one of the leading design and engineering consultancies in the world, working in the global security and risk consultancy, which has just won Security Consultant of the Year for the fourth time in five years.

In general, the role would be to form part of the global security consulting team, with particular focus on the built environment and large infrastructure projects, although "pure" security work would also form part of the role. The roles would be suitable for motivated individuals with good backgrounds in protective security, but infosec and general intelligence experience would also be valuable. Individuals should be commercially aware, culturally sensitive and capable of growing and developing a business with the support of a 7,500-strong global organisation behind them.

If interested, in the first instance, please drop me a PM for further details of how to progress this.
 
#2
Two of my juniors are leaving next year, so i am plagiarising your ad for Brecon MI Section:


I am looking for two junior security consultants.

One would be based in a crowded office, the other in the cupboard under the stairs, with the usual insulting pay package. Good knowledge of Welsh would be highly welcome, especially amongst the old boys network in North Wales. These are two year pensionable roles, with one of the two leading Military Intelligence battalions in Great Britain, working in protective security and risk management, which has not won any awards recently but is full of jolly nice people.

In general, the role would be to form part of the regional security consulting team, with particular focus on report writing and making up regulations for units to comply with, although "pure" security work would also form part of the role. The roles would be suitable for downgraded individuals with no interest in protective security, but tea-making experience and fondness for sheep would also be valuable. Individuals should be commercially inept, culturally insensitive and barely capable of managing to get out of bed in the morning, let alone managing a team of headstrong career thrusters.

If interested, in the first instance, please fill in a PPP stating that you would like to do a Combat Int tour in Germany.

:)
 

B_AND_T

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#3
When can I start
 

Glad_its_all_over

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#7
So, in a less-than-hopeful attempt to pull this back on topic...

...bump back to the top.
 
#8
I'd go for it but my cultural sensitivity has been eroded by many years of working in s****y environments full of A***-riddled b**** bast***s who think I'm a w***e, im******ist, C*****ian, B***ish c**t. F**k t**m.

Need more "diversity" training, you say? Come here and say it...
 

Glad_its_all_over

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#9
Whiskybreath said:
I'd go for it but my cultural sensitivity has been eroded by many years of working in s****y environments full of A***-riddled b**** bast***s who think I'm a w***e, im******ist, C*****ian, B***ish c**t. F**k t**m.

Need more "diversity" training, you say? Come here and say it...
Ey, rooinek, voetsak! Goddamn it, the nieblanks are the least of your problems, you engels svijn. Ja.
 
#11
i used to have a WO who spoke mandarin. unfortunately he knew f*ck all about security and was a complete f*cking w*nker c*nt sh*thead a*sehole tosspot.

so that's no help to you. but boy, i feel better :)
 
#12
CRmeansCeilingReached said:
I used to have a WO who spoke mandarin.
I can raise that, my WO in Minden L**** F****** could speak mandarin and lemon: " put the brews on Subb, get my fags from the NAAFI Subb, don't forget to use your ration card not mine Subb...."

Knew fcuk all about combat int when he arrived, but a keen learner, when I left he knew every miltra model by heart and had developed a fond but distant relationship with 207 MRD of 3 SA.

An absolute top bloke , unlike the one before him :evil:
 
#13
subbsonic said:
CRmeansCeilingReached said:
I used to have a WO who spoke mandarin.
I can raise that, my WO in Minden L**** F****** could speak mandarin and lemon: " put the brews on Subb, get my fags from the NAAFI Subb, don't forget to use your ration card not mine Subb...."

Knew fcuk all about combat int when he arrived, but a keen learner, when I left he knew every miltra model by heart and had developed a fond but distant relationship with 207 MRD of 3 SA.

An absolute top bloke , unlike the one before him :evil:
Sub - Most people wont know where or what the fcuk Minden is mate :)
 
#15
Piglet_Files said:
Sub - Most people wont know where or what the fcuk Minden is mate :)
Well I was thinking about here but did not want to overlook the hiding we and the boxheads gave the French here
 
#16
subbsonic said:
Knew fcuk all about combat int when he arrived, but a keen learner, when I left he knew every miltra model by heart and had developed a fond but distant relationship with 207 MRD of 3 SA.

:oops:
Except 207 MRD was part of 2 GTA. 3 Shock was composed of 4 Tank Divs.
:wink:
 
#17
subbsonic said:
CRmeansCeilingReached said:
I used to have a WO who spoke mandarin.
I can raise that, my WO in Minden L**** F****** could speak mandarin and lemon: " put the brews on Subb, get my fags from the NAAFI Subb, don't forget to use your ration card not mine Subb...."

Knew fcuk all about combat int when he arrived, but a keen learner, when I left he knew every miltra model by heart and had developed a fond but distant relationship with 207 MRD of 3 SA.

An absolute top bloke , unlike the one before him :evil:
Did he end up wearing slippers in Sennelager by any chance?
 
#18
Perevodchik said:
subbsonic said:
Knew fcuk all about combat int when he arrived, but a keen learner, when I left he knew every miltra model by heart and had developed a fond but distant relationship with 207 MRD of 3 SA.

:oops:
Except 207 MRD was part of 2 GTA. 3 Shock was composed of 4 Tank Divs.
:wink:
Well that dates people. 207 used to be in 3SA, but that was in the good old days before 90GTD at Bernau, as well....

I'll get my pal'to.
 
#19
CRmeansCeilingReached said:
Two of my juniors are leaving next year, so i am plagiarising your ad for Brecon MI Section:


I am looking for two junior security consultants.

One would be based in a crowded office, the other in the cupboard under the stairs, with the usual insulting pay package. Good knowledge of Welsh would be highly welcome, especially amongst the old boys network in North Wales. These are two year pensionable roles, with one of the two leading Military Intelligence battalions in Great Britain, working in protective security and risk management, which has not won any awards recently but is full of jolly nice people.

In general, the role would be to form part of the regional security consulting team, with particular focus on report writing and making up regulations for units to comply with, although "pure" security work would also form part of the role. The roles would be suitable for downgraded individuals with no interest in protective security, but tea-making experience and fondness for sheep would also be valuable. Individuals should be commercially inept, culturally insensitive and barely capable of managing to get out of bed in the morning, let alone managing a team of headstrong career thrusters.

If interested, in the first instance, please fill in a PPP stating that you would like to do a Combat Int tour in Germany.

:)
You lot actually write reports? How come you haven't sent any to me for weeks, then??

:)
 
#20
when you come back from your several weeks of skiving, you might find you have an intray somewhere under the pile of work you haven't done :)

anyway bite me, you still owe me a bottle of port for the pistol competition.
 

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