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http://www.blackwaterusa.com/btw2006/jobs/emtb.html

Chenega-Blackwater Solutions, LLC

Job Description

Job Title: Department: Work Location: Reports To: FLSA Status: Prepared By: Prepared Date:

Security Force Officer/EMT-B Operations N. Honshu, Japan Area Supervisor Regular Full-time Non-Exempt VP of Security March 30, 2006

Approved By: Corporate Human Relations Manager

Approved Date:

March 31, 2006

Summary

The Security Force Officer/EMT-B is primarily responsible to perform protective service work such as guarding Government owned or leased buildings and property, protecting Government equipment and material, and controlling access to Government owned or leased buildings and property by employees and visitors. The Security Force Officer/EMT-B will protect and prevent loss of materials or processes, which are important for national defense, public health or safety, or their value as national treasures. The Security Force Officer/EMT-B does not act in the capacity of a law enforcement officer, and has no arrest or apprehension powers. The Security Force Officer/EMT-B is armed with a side arm and automatic weapons as designated in the government Statement of Work. In addition this officer will possess certification as an EMT-B. The Security Force Officer/EMT will provide EMT-B services such as patient assessment, airway management, general pharmacology, medical emergencies, trauma related emergencies, ambulance operations, and other EMT-B related services.

Supervisory Responsibilities

None

Essential Duties and Responsibilities

Reasonable accommodations may be made to enable individuals with disabilities to perform the essential functions of this position.

Perform duties as an EMT-B as required or when directed.

Required to follow all company personnel and safety policies, and perform all assigned duties in a safe work manner.

May be required to work other than normal duty hours, which may include evenings, weekends, and/or holidays.

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