Updated 13th January 2017
Olive Group require a suitably qualified individual to support an ongoing project across airports in Afghanistan.
Functions of Work Area
To provide support to project staff in preventing acts of unlawful interference against civil aviation operations, utilizing state of the art technology. Educate staff and provide customer service to the traveling public whilst providing screening of passengers, luggage and cargo to safeguard their freedom of movement and provide security background to improve security systems within airport security operations.
Role of Position
To assume the responsibility for and to provide comprehensive technical support throughout all project locations. Provide technical assistance and advice when required.
· Carry out diagnosis, repairs and preventative maintenance on all systems to component level.
· Carry out the installation and commissioning of equipment when required.
· Provide problem resolution on all systems.
· Provide knowledge and training of proper usage of equipment.
· Plan and maintain a comprehensive preventative and routine maintenance schedule.
· Maintain records of all works carried out.
· Order parts and maintain stock levels.
· Provide technical evaluations of planned equipment upgrades.
· Liaise with equipment manufactures.
· Remain updated in current and future equipment development.
· Ensure legislative changes in testing and compliance are implemented.
· Develop further commercial opportunities within the region.
The Project is responsible for the physical security and screening of departing International aircraft from Kabul, Kandahar, Herat and Mazar-e-Sharif International Airports, Afghanistan, and the screening of all said passengers, carryon luggage, hold luggage and cargo.
The physical threat is manifested through possible random mortar, rocket and small arms fire to the implicit threat of VBIED, suicide attack or the smuggling of explosives and narcotics.
The operational tasking required is to meet the needs of the environment and the security threat results through a layered security with a flexible, multi-talented expatriate, third country national and local national work force. The expatriate work force forms the nucleus of the project through past performance, experience and formal state and international qualifications.
An additional role of the project is to increase the capacity for self-sufficiency within the Local National work force and provide an example to the client of how a disciplined, well trained security force can continue to provide security to Kabul, Kandahar, Herat and Mazar-e-Sharif International airports to International ICAO Standards.