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Security Guard (Armed/Unarmed)

Six Maritime is an advanced security company specializing in the world of Maritime Security. We are currently looking to expand and hire armed and unarmed guards in downtown San Diego and surrounding areas. Operations run 24-7-365 and involve standing security posts at local facilities. Those interested must possess effective written and oral communication skills. Professionalism and strong interpersonal skills are a must with the ability to deal in a respectful manner with clients and the general public.

Six Maritime offers advancement opportunities and bonuses for those who demonstrate exemplary performance. We encourage and support veterans and those who have military experience to apply. As a condition of employment, candidate must successfully complete a background investigation and a drug screen in accordance with all federal, state, and local laws.

  • Job Location: Downtown San Diego & surrounding areas
  • Job Type: Full-time
  • Salary: $16.00 to $28.00 /hour

Qualifications

  • Current CA Guard card
  • Current CA Firearm endorsement
  • Reliable transportation
  • Smart phone
  • Professional appearance

About Six Maritime

Leading the next generation of security.

Using state of the art military and industry practices, our skilled, tested and proven professionals provide clients with tailor-made, cost effective solutions that ensure both safety and security in every environment.

Security is more relevant today than ever before. The persistent threat of terrorism has forced our nation to take a more vigilant approach to security as whole.


Waterborne Security Officer

Six Maritime is a growing company specializing in the world of Maritime Security. We are currently looking to fill positions on San Diego Bay. Operations run 24-7-365 and involve standing security and operating a security patrol boat while protecting local ship repair facilities. Six Maritime offers career advancement from WSO1-WSO5 and issues performance bonuses as well. We also offer military hiring preference. We offer higher starting pay for personnel who have a military coxswain certificate or coast guard issued captain’s license.

  • Job Location: San Diego
  • Job Type: Full-time
  • Salary: $18.00 to $28.00 /hour plus overtime

Six Maritime Employment opportunities

Special Operations Instructor Job Openings - Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA)

Six Maritime, Inc. (6M) is the most preeminent maritime security services and training provider in the United States. We are a certified Service Disabled Veteran Owned Small Business and holder of multiple government contract vehicles. We provide elite security services, training, maritime support services and program management to government, non-governmental organizations and commercial customers worldwide.  Our personnel possess extensive maritime and land-based operations experience.

Overview
6M is seeking Special Operators for immediate hire to join our team in KSA for training and technical support services for Basic Underwater Demolition/SEAL (BUD/S) training and related preparatory training to prepare KSA SSF and BG candidates to pass the U.S. Navy Special Warfare course physical fitness standards, and prepare them for success and achievement. This opportunity is contingent upon successful contract award anticipated January 2021.

There are currently three positions open to fill, all are based in KSA, Riyadh: (1) Senior BUDS Instructor, (2) BUDS Instructor, and (3) Special Operations Medic Support Instructor. They are as follows:

Senior Basic Underwater Demolition / SEAL (BUD/s) Instructor Mandatory Qualifications:

  • The contractor shall be a graduate from U.S. Basic Underwater Demolition / SEAL (BUD/S) and a 5326 NEC SEAL. 
  • The contractor shall be High Risk Instructor Qualified with 20+ years of Naval Special Warfare experience.
  • The contractor shall have experience as an operator in a Tier 1 organization with previous experience managing partner-nation Special Operations Force training. 
  • The contractor shall have no more than five (5) years separation from the Active Duty Naval Special Warfare Community.

The senior BUDS Instructor will be expected to:

  • Provide administrative support (project management) to ensure the program is being managed appropriately, reports are submitted in a timely fashion, and coordination / lead with all stakeholders for meetings to update them on the status of the program are conducted.
  • Provide training consisting of physical training, run conditioning, swim conditioning, water competency evolutions (Mask Charge, 35-Meter Underwater Swim, Combat Tread, Underwater Knot Tying, Drown Proofing, and Life Saving), land navigation, and 25-Meter Small Arms Familiarization.
  • Provide the necessary theory (classroom) related training for dive physics, nutrition, land navigation, and weapons familiarization.
  • Ensure the proper student-to-instructor ratio is adhered to during all aspects of preparatory training.
  • Provide advisory support for a Maritime Special Operations capability preparatory program to prepare Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) SSF and BG candidates to pass the U.S. Navy Special Warfare course physical fitness standards, and prepare them for success and achievement. The contractor shall provide adequate advice and support that is tailored to the end users request for developing a Maritime Special Operations Academy and Task Units through a systematic approach that consists of the following:
    • Doctrine assistance with Maritime Special Operations Preparatory Program for Courses of Instruction tailored to the end users request for BUD/S, Special Warfare Combatant Crewman (SWCC), Dive, and Medical Support.
    • Organization Chart assistance for a Maritime Special Operations Preparatory Program.
    • Training Pipelines that provide timelines for training schools regarding BUD/S, SWCC, Second Class Diver, and Medical Department Diving Officer.
    • Equipment / Materiel / Training Aid needs for the Maritime Special Operations Preparatory Program.
    • Leadership Development Plans for Enlisted, Warrant Officers, and Commissioned Officers to include positions based on rank throughout the Maritime Special Operations Preparatory Program.
    • Personnel requirements for each position throughout the Maritime Special Operations Preparatory Program.
    • Facility concepts to assist the end user with developing state-of-the-art facilities and training areas to conduct preparatory training.
       

Basic Underwater Demolition / SEAL (BUD/s) Instructor Mandatory Qualifications:

  • The contractor shall be a graduate from U.S. Basic Underwater Demolition / SEAL (BUD/S) and a 5326 NEC SEAL.
  • The contractor shall have no less than six (6) years of Active Duty Naval Special Warfare experience.
  • The contractor is preferred to be Naval Special Warfare Center High Risk Instructor Qualified.
  • It is preferred that the contractor have experience in a Tier 1 organization with previous experience managing partner-nation Special Operations Force training.
  • The contractor shall have no more than five (5) years separation from the Active Duty Naval Special Warfare Community.

The BUDS Instructor will be expected to:

  • Provide administrative support to ensure the program is being managed appropriately, data is recorded for candidates on every evolution, and reports are submitted in a timely fashion.
  • Provide training consisting of physical training, run conditioning, swim conditioning, water competency evolutions (Mask Charge, 35-Meter Underwater Swim, Combat Tread, Underwater Knot Tying, Drown Proofing, and Life Saving), land navigation, and 25-Meter Small Arms Familiarization. The contractor shall also provide necessary theory (classroom) related training for dive physics, nutrition, land navigation, and weapons familiarization.
  • Ensure the proper student-to-instructor ratio is adhered to during all aspects of preparatory training.
  • Provide advisory support for a Maritime Special Operations capability preparatory program to prepare Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) SSF and BG candidates to pass the U.S. Navy Special Warfare course physical fitness standards, and prepare them for success and achievement.
  • Provide adequate advice and support that is tailored to the end users request for developing a Maritime Special Operations Academy and Task Units through a systematic approach that consists of:
    • Doctrine assistance with Maritime Special Operations Preparatory Program for Courses of Instruction tailored to the end users request for BUD/S, Special Warfare Combatant Crewman (SWCC), Dive, and Medical Support.
    • Organization Chart assistance for a Maritime Special Operations Preparatory Program.
    • Training Pipelines that provide timelines for training schools regarding BUD/S, SWCC, Second Class Diver, and Medical Department Diving Officer.
    • Equipment / Materiel / Training Aid needs for the Maritime Special Operations Preparatory Program.
    • Leadership Development Plans for Enlisted, Warrant Officers, and Commissioned Officers to include positions based on rank throughout the Maritime Special Operations Preparatory Program.
    • Personnel requirements for each position throughout the Maritime Special Operations Preparatory Program.
    • Facility concepts to assist the end user with developing state-of-the-art facilities and training areas to conduct preparatory training.

Special Operations Medic Support Instructor Mandatory Qualifications:

  • The contractor shall be a graduate of U.S. Air Force Para-rescue (PJ), U.S. Army Special Forces Medic (18D), U.S. Navy Special Operations Independent Duty Corpsman (SOIDC), Special Operations Combat Medic (SOCM), or Special Amphibious Reconnaissance Corpsman (SARC) with no less than six (6) years of Active Duty U.S. Special Operations Force experience.
  • The contractor shall be knowledgeable in High Risk training safety and medical standards.
  • It is preferred the contractor have the qualification as a U.S. Special Operations Combat Diver through either the U.S. Army Special Qualification Identification of Special Forces Combat Diving, Medical (Q5), Special Forces Combat Diving Supervision (S6), Special Forces Underwater Operations (W7); or U.S. Navy Second Class Diver, First Class Diver, Master Diver, Medical Department Dive Officer qualifications.
  • It is preferred that the contractor have experience in a Tier 1 organization with previous experience managing partner-nation Special Operations Force training.
  • No more than five (5) years separated from the Active Duty Special Operations Forces Community.

The Special Operations Medic Support Instructor will be expected to:

  • Provide administrative support to ensure the program is being managed appropriately, data is recorded for candidates on every evolution, and reports are submitted in a timely fashion.
  • Provide training support to ensure the proper ratio is adhered to during all aspects of preparatory training and follows the Naval Special Warfare Command High Risk Training guidelines. Training consists of physical training, run conditioning, swim conditioning, water competency evolutions (consistent with requirements at the US Navy BUD/S Schoolhouse).
  • Provide the necessary theory (classroom) related training for Tactical Combat Casualty Care (TCCC) to students and medical personnel supporting the program.
  • Provide additional medical support training as required to ensure that High Risk training standards are met for all training.
  • Provide advisory support for medical support specific to Maritime Special Operations capability preparatory program to prepare Kingdom of Saudi Arabia (KSA) SSF and BG candidates to pass the U.S. Navy Special Warfare course physical fitness standards, and prepare them for success and achievement.
  • Provide adequate advice and support that is tailored to the end users request for developing a Maritime Special Operations Academy and Task Units through a systematic approach that consists of:
    • Doctrine assistance with Maritime Special Operations Preparatory Program for Courses of Instruction tailored to the end users request for BUD/S, Dive, and Medical Support.
    • Organization Chart assistance for a Maritime Special Operations Preparatory Program.
    • Training Pipelines that provide timelines for training schools regarding BUD/S, Second Class Diver, and Medical Department Diving Officer.
    • Equipment / Materiel / Training Aid needs for the Maritime Special Operations Preparatory Program.
    • Leadership Development Plans for Enlisted, Warrant Officers, and Commissioned Officers to include positions based on rank throughout the Maritime Special Operations Preparatory Program.
    • Personnel requirements for each position throughout the Maritime Special Operations Preparatory Program.
    • Facility concepts to assist the end user with developing state-of-the-art facilities and training areas to conduct preparatory training.

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