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Old May 11th, 2021, 09:43 PM #21
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Old May 12th, 2021, 11:26 AM #22
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Wouldn't that be a function of who/where/what is being guarded/responded-to? If you have a bad guy in a physical place that you can't enter without that clearance, waiting at the door sounds like a bad idea - and emergency or not, allowing uncleared folks to go storming in to deal with a trespasser (or worse, obviously) creates a months long tsunami of soul-destroying paperwork. I would imagine that the people tasked to that job would already need to be familiar with the facility, inside and out, in order to be effective in an emergency. No suitable clearance, no familiarity. No poly, no suitable clearance.
Good luck. I had to wait six months for a Poly. If they even are able to fast track a candidate it is not going to be " quick!"
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Too bad I am too old also. Ex-NavSecGru, I have worked for 2 of the 3 three letter agencies that end in A, clearances up to TS and above (not current), competitor in 3-Gun, USPSA, Steel Challenge, Precision tactical, trained by ex-USAMU Max Michel. Currently work for DVA as a contractor. But overweight with one bad knee still to fix. I agree that in today's climate there are drawbacks to this kind of job, however there are no guarantees in anything these days. Good luck.
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polys are quick, adjudication can take a while. But it all really comes down to the background (CREDIT, criminal, driving, foreign contacts)

We are only behind the Cadre and ahead of uniformed military and everyone else.

Had a kid from Luray clear, soup to nuts, in a little less than 3 months
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OP , i am grateful you thought of the MDS members for a position and career opportunity for qualified persons . That is what makes this a good forum where thoughtful folks give others a chance . I am an old dog but it sure sounds like a great job . Good Luck
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Seems like a great opportunity for someone with the right skill set and career direction. May I ask, what does the non-training day daily routine look like once fully cleared and active? Report to duty, inspect and prep gear, then what? Sit down and wait for an active shooter scenario at the installation?

And shifts? All day shift or is there a rotation of nights?

One of my neighbors is a walk-on for something like this but I suspect he wouldn’t be interested in the commute.
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Seems like a great opportunity for someone with the right skill set and career direction. May I ask, what does the non-training day daily routine look like once fully cleared and active? Report to duty, inspect and prep gear, then what? Sit down and wait for an active shooter scenario at the installation?

And shifts? All day shift or is there a rotation of nights?

One of my neighbors is a walk-on for something like this but I suspect he wouldn’t be interested in the commute.
2 locations. Variation in schedules. Chantilly and FT Belvoir area
1 location is 24x7, the other is not
Daily:gear up, brief/roll call. EROs are not on fixed posts, they patrol, run scenarios (table top/practicals), respond to calls. Next to client medical staff, EROs are the highest medically trained personnel on site.
ERO Pay:
ERO 2 = $42.55hr (No Personal Protection Specialist (PPS) Duties)
ERO 3 = $43.55hr (has PPS)
ERO SGT = $44.06hr
1.25hrs a week built in OT for 15min daily roll call
8hrs OT a month for Saturday training (1 Saturday a month)
1-2 range/training days a month
Potential additional OT to cover for other team member PTO
EROs are allowed to work Line Officer time to cover any openings.
Holidays worked Double time or if not worked, paid straight time.
Line Officers:
S/O1 = $40.00
S/O2 = $40.51
S/O 3 = $41.02
SGT = $42.03
LT = $43.05
SOC Operator = $43.55
SOC Lead = $44.06
Site Captain = $44.57
all have 1.25 hrs a week of OT/Roll Call time built in.

All candidates go through a 3 week and 2 day basic course. Training pay is $15.00hr.

EROs go through another month of basic ERO training. Training pay is $21.00 hr.

The company pays for all required Registrations, Firearms Endorsements and other certifications.

All uniforms are provided (except skivvies, socks and T-Shirts. Annual $100 boot allowance.

All kit is provided.

Clearances can take a while, the parent company can place candidates in a job (pay rates vary) while they await a final clearance/crossover.

We do have limited positions for those whose clearance is "looking good" They are given a Facilities Access Authorized (FAA). pay for this is $31.00. Some like this, it's gets them on site, they learn the site so when the clearance does come through, they brief and start their OJT. Also, this time counts as time on site, which can help with shift bids for prime shifts (weekends off)

We are also looking for another Instructor (popped up today-promoted my compadre to a Site Manager Position).Preference to someone with a clearance at our level. Pay is $44.57hr for someone with: Unarmed, Armed, HG/ SG, Patrol Rifle, DT, OC, Baton, Arrest Authority, CPR/AED/1st Aid, Law Enforcement Responder/TCCC, NRA LE Firearms Instructor/LE Firearms/Military Firearms experience. (not all is required, we can fill in the missing pieces, but not an "Off the street person"
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