Personal Security Detail Team Leader (Current Employee) – Iraq – 13 November 2017
Performing and organizing of Personnel Security Detail missions. ▪ Conducting security recons on venues, vehicles and personnel. ▪ Transport of the employees from / to Airport. ▪ Establishing the main and emergency routes for travel. ▪ Manage risks and respond to treads with force and ability. ▪ Establish how to react in case of terrorist attacks, mechanical problems, etc. ▪ Checking the vehicles and individual equipment combat before mission.
MILPERS Clerk (Administrative Assistant) (Former Employee) – Brunswick, ME – 14 July 2017
I learned so much working for the Navy, as a civil servant here. There were some very good military personnel that were so happy to show you how to do your job when you were new and happy to refresh your memory. There was a lot of support. Sometimes politics came into play and should have been left out of the office.
Paraprofessional/transportation (Former Employee) – Fort Collins, CO – 14 March 2017
The work of caring for special needs children is fun, but the hours of transprtation are difficult, it is hard to have any predictability of hours, and the worse part is the office politics in PSD transportation
Admin at Cumbria Constabulary (Former Employee) – Penrith, Cumbria, UK – 8 March 2017
I only worked here temporarily. It was a 9-5 typical day, sometimes we worked staggered shifts. My admin skills greatly improved here, along with my people skills. I was allowed to use my skill set to compile data into graphs and a presentation for management.
Professional Services Engineer (Current Employee) – Amman – 8 March 2017
ITG is has the perfect environment to get experience but not for the long term, I've learned a lot about business analysis and SRS and how to work with clients and getting the right requirements from them.
I like being busy, busy with phone calls and caregivers that come into the office. We do all the Incident reports and handle the escalations. Which I like I get experience dealing with that kind of stuff
Team Leader (Former Employee) – Middle East &Africa – 3 January 2017
There are no typical days at work each day will bring a new challenge and test your skills. A calm and professional attitude along with a smart appearance will give your client confidence in your abilities. Most people in this industry are ex forces but can also be from different backgrounds you need to treat every one the same and not judge on past experiences. The job is not a glamourous one but a service industry you need to keep your own opinions to your self and fullfill the clients wishes
General Education Supervisor (Current Employee) – Peoria, IL – 28 August 2016
My typical work day is very hectic. Fast paced, quick decision making and customer service via phone calls all day. The long hours make it hard to plan things with my family due to the demands of the job changing every day. The most enjoyable part of the job is getting all the students where they need to be on time and safely.
Armed personal security consultant, Team Leader (Current Employee) – Beverly Hills, CA – 12 August 2016
Working as a Private Security Detail presents numerous challenges, timing, movement and communication with the client being a few. It keeps you on your toes and that type of pressure is what I consider a good working environment. Keeping the client happy and safe is our job.
Test driver (Former Employee) – Allen Park, MI – 11 April 2016
PSD is the Staffing company that sent me to Roush to work. A day at Roush driving 5 hrs. around Michigan and inspecting the car I was driving, I learn must about the new Ford cars and how to inspect at car. Management was no very organized, we get sent home a lot when they would run out of cars. I would called us in and then send us home become they didn't have enough cars. I worked with some really good people. The hardest part no training, and the most enjoyable drive a new car everyday.
Receptionist (Former Employee) – Washington, DC – 28 September 2015
A typical day at work was always a pleasure. The staff were always so sweet from management all they way down to my fellow team mates. PSD was a place where you be comfortable and be yourself. Normaly pretty busy but as long as you were doing your work at a consistent pace the work load was pretty manageable. Even though I no longer work there I am still in contact with the staff. It was a fruitful 2 years and I thank PSD for allowing me to be apart of the team.
JEFE DE SEGURIDAD (Former Employee) – Paraíso, TAB – 27 August 2015
Normal y con mas o menos de ambiente laboral. Conoci mas que nada los movimientos de las embarcaciones, tramites y de mas que se realizan en un puerto. La direccion o gerencia la verdad creo que le falta capital humano y considero que las pérsonas que estan de tras de ello solo quieren el veneficio propio y se olvidan de las personas que contribuyen a la estabilidad de la empresa. Creo que la parte mas dificil del trabajo es hacer que las personas adopten la cultura de seguridad, pero al final lo aprenden. Lo que mas me gusta del trabajo que hay compañerismo de los trabajadores, de bajas jerarquias y que ellos hacen una buena quimica para el ambiente laboral.
Personel Support Assistant (Former Employee) – Newport, RI – 3 June 2015
A typical day at work would consist at reading and copying orders for student who were coming into the Command Leadership School. Co-workers were always helping each other out to complete work. The most enjoyable part of the job was the people I worked with.