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    1. Special Police Officer at G4S (USA)

      Certification as a Special Police Officer by North Carolina Department of Justice. The world’s leading private security organization, G4S, has an immediate job...

    2. Campus Police Officer at Queens University of Charlotte

      Job Description Summary This is a full-time position (40 hours per week) that ensures the safety and security of Queens University of Charlotte’s students,

    3. 7142_Security Guard_Armed at The Whitestone Group, Inc.

      Completion of State certified Police Officer's Standard Training (POST); Seeking experience in federal armed security with NC PPSB Armed Security Officer , CPR,...

    4. Federal Armed Division - WV at FJC Security Services, Inc.

      Protective Security Officer (armed security officer). D. Successful completion of a state certified police officer's standard training course OR....

    5. Armed Public Safety Officer at Quinnipiac University

      And/or State Police Academy. A letter or certificate stating that you are a graduate of an approved Police Officer Standards and Training (P.O.S.T.)....

    1. Assistant Superintendent

        ~~Reports to: Superintendent Level IV, V, or VI Summary: Under the direction of the Superintendent (Level IV, V, or VI), the Assistant (at Level I, II, or III) is expected to direct lower level employees, subcontractors, material suppliers, inspectors, and foremen in all phases of the construction process in order to meet/exceed schedule, budget, safety, and quality requirements. The ...

    2. Weekend Security Officer

      A Services Group, LLC is now accepting applications for a part time security officer to work weekend shifts at the Cleveland Mall and also work in an on call status throughout the week. Further details listed below: Must be at least 25 years old, Must have a clean driving record, due to driving a company vehicle. Security experience and active unarmed security registration preferred, but ...