The AUAF Surveillance detection Team Leader should have as a minimum the following skills experience and qualifications:
Previous leadership and supervisory experience.
High school diploma.
Radio communication experience.
Basic command of spoken English.
Fluent in Dari or Pashto language.
Excellent interpersonal and communication skills.
High degree of commitment dedication and flexibility.
Have an appearance appropriate to the role.
Demonstrate initiative innovation and team spirit.
Be physically fit.
Conduct Surveillance detection of potential hostile surveillance operatives by way of physical and technical observation in situations which are static on foot and mobile.
Using taught Surveillance detection techniques report any suspicious activity by potential surveillance operatives to your direct supervisor and the chain of command.
Gather information and intelligence on suspicious and/or potential hostile surveillance operatives.
Prepare accurate daily intelligence logs in order to determine the extent and nature of suspicious or surveillance activity and to allow for future team tasking.
Prepare written statements when required in support of possible criminal prosecution of hostile surveillance operatives or suspicious persons.
Be conversant with all items of technical equipment necessary to undertake Surveillance detection operations. These can include optics such as cameras and binoculars coupled with radio and cell phone devices.
Operate surveillance detection equipment in accordance with policies and procedures.
Cultivate any human intelligence sources to provide early warning and detection of surveillance or suspicious activities.
Plan organize and supervise activities conducted by the Surveillance Detection Team utilizing the best use of resources both efficiently and effectively to achieve AUAF goals.
Evaluate the quality of information and intelligence gathered before deciding on the next course of action.
Disseminate intelligence in a timely manner to the appropriate individuals departments and organizations to ensure further action and negate potential hostile action.
Must maintain confidentiality and trust at all times regarding information or intelligence gained.
Attend training courses provided either internally or externally.
Cooperate with other members of the AUAF security team and Garda World PSC team at all times.
During emergencies at any location ensure you understand the emergency procedure and security SOP’s.
Perform any other duties as assigned by your immediate supervisor or department head.
طریقه ارسال درخواستی
This position is open to candidates authorized to work in Afghanistan as local employees.
To apply please send as a single PDF or Word (doc.) format: a cover letter and curriculum vitae (CV) to [email protected] no later than February 27 2020. Please include Vacancy# AF-N-14-2020 and Job Title “Surveillance Detection Team Leader” in the subject line of the email otherwise the application will not be considered. Applications in languages other than English will not be reviewed. Please be advised that only shortlisted candidates will be contacted. A written test or example of work may be used as a form of screening.
If hired the successful applicant is expected to provide official proof of academic degrees (transcripts sent from the degree granting school directly to AUAF).
AUAF does not charge recruitment fees to applicants.
AUAF is an equal opportunity employer that values diversity at all levels. AUAF follows a strict non-discriminatory policy in its selection and employment practices. All applicants will receive equal consideration and applicants from all ethnic religious and economic backgrounds are encouraged to apply.