Security Management Resources, Inc.Â® an international executive search firm whose global practice is focused exclusively on professional and executive level corporate security positions, is seeking candidates for the following opportunity.
TITLE: Executive Protection Specialist
LOCATION: Austin, TX Area
SALARY: Base $75K-$95K, 22% bonus, plus comprehensive benefit package
RELOCATION: Paid by employer
This position is for executive protection of a high net worth family, and ideal candidates will be specifically responsible for teenaged children with an eye towards their long term placement with said children.
Responsible for protection of personnel and well as property and personal assets in a global setting. Works closely with family staff members and local law enforcement and security officials.
Candidates must possess a 10 year minimum strong corporate working knowledge and experience of EP operations working with executive and family protection specifically with teenaged children. Candidates must maintain themselves in excellent physical condition and must be able to work comfortably in a team environment as well as on their own. Being able to think and respond to a dynamic, ever changing environment is paramount. Applicants must be prepared for domestic and overseas travel and be able to pass all State private security requirements to include a demonstrated proficiency with firearms. Candidates must have a clean driverâ€™s license record. Candidates should have superb writing and verbal communication skills with the ability to interact and communicate effectively and seamlessly with the family members, corporate executives and senior colleagues of the family in business and social environments. A college degree is required as is EP Team leader experience.
Interested and qualified candidates should submit their resumes, ASAP, via the position posting on the SMR website at: http://www.smrgroup.com
just because you have a college degree does not mean that you have the right attitude to do this type work.
Knowledge is good but experience is what protects the client and will keep them alive.
What is it with american companies demanding education to degree/college level. Surely if you can do the job and your trained well what difference does education level make?
How many times can one add be posted? Obviously, the program managers/executive recruiters do not know what they are doing! Every bad guy on earth knows about this detail. Believe it or not I have seen this to many times in the corporate world.