U.S. Embassy Dhaka is seeking eligible and qualified applicants for the position of Surveillance Detection Coordinator.
NOTE: Due to the high volume of applications received, we will only contact applicants who are being considered. Thank you for your understanding.
The Incumbent supervises and coordinates all aspects of the operational planning, deployment, and support of the Embassy’s Surveillance Detection (SD) team, as directed by the Regional Security Officer (RSO), Assistant Regional Security Officer (ARSO) and Sr. Security Investigator (SFSNI). This includes daily mission planning, long-term operational planning, incident reporting, budgeting, inventory, administrative and logistical support. Incumbent Identifies trends and patterns in hostile surveillance and criminals with regards to methods, locations, personnel in order to provide comprehensive situational awareness and act to inform, interdict and disrupt.
Incumbent supervises a team of Surveillance Detection Specialists, Surveillance Detection Shift Supervisors, Special Branch Police; incumbent determines how to direct, coordinate, and harmonize available assets to maximize the probability that surveillance detection capabilities will detect probable hostile surveillance.
The SD team works to detect, identify, and monitor hostile surveillance measures directed against USG personnel, families, facilities, and residences; the incumbent as a Supervisor and Coordinator works as functional hub within RSO, Bangladesh Police, Embassy’s other offices, and SD Team.
- Two years bachelor’s degree in Arts, Commerce, or Science is required. (U.S. equivalent college studies.) (You must attach a copy of your bachelor’s degree certificate along with your application form.)
- At least two years office experience or security-related experience required.
- Level 3 English & Bangla Speaking/Reading/Writing is required. This may be tested.
- Must be computer literate and show proficiency in Microsoft Word, Excel, and PowerPoint. The ability to structure information into informative and concise reports is essential. Must be able to comprehend Department of State operation manuals and procedures and implement guidance accordingly. Must be able to receive verbal instructions and implement concepts and goals to completion without significant supervision. Must be able to obtain BDG driver’s license within 30 days of start date.
Applicants must submit the application form & required documents either by regular mail (postal service) or, deliver by hand to the south barrier of the U.S. Embassy to be considered.
Application submission deadline: June 7, 2018.
Universal Application for Employment (UAE) (Form DS-174), available on our website at http://bd.usembassy.gov/ (Click on ‘I am looking for jobs at the Embassy’, will take you to “Job Openings at the Embassy”); blank application forms are also available at the south barrier of the U.S. Embassy (near the Nepalese & Vatican Embassies). Please find the full job announcement on our website at: http://bd.usembassy.gov/
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