Employment

Employment with ISA

The ISA Operations Division hires Protective Service Agents and other subject matter experts for long and short term assignments as needed. There is no guarantee of future employment after the completion of an assignment, but those who conduct themselves professionally will be considered for future assignments provided they still meet the requirements for employment. 

The ISA Operations Division is currently accepting resumes for the following positions; 

  1. Protective Agent
  2. Private Investigators
  3. Drivers with specialized training
  4. Licensed TSCM Specialists
  5. Cyber and Mobile IT security specialists
  6. Ethical Hackers
  7. Intelligence specialists

 
The ISA Training Division is currently accepting resumes for the following positions;

 

 

 

 

1. Instructors
   a. Close Protection (EP)
   b. CPR, First Aid, AED
   c. Firearms (Sidearm)
   d. Driving (Law Enforcement)

2. Training Management Specialists
   a. Lesson Plan Writers

   b. Curriculum Developers 


 Selection:
All qualified applicants will receive consideration for employment without regard to race, color, religion, gender, gender identity or expression, or sexual orientation. All applicants are considered based on prior experience and documented performance, training, education, and results of background checks.

Note: Experience can be gained in the employ of any national, state/provincial, local or commercial entities providing protective services.

 

 

2019 Minimum Education/Training:
High School diploma

Graduate from a recognized training program
Current CPR/AED/First Aid Certifications


Qualifications

To be considered for a position you must:

  • Be a U.S. Citizen
  • Be at least 21 years of age at the time of application, Veterans’ may apply after completion of military service regardless of age. 
  • Current state credentials, license or permits
  • Have a current valid driver’s license
  • Have uncorrected vision no worse than 20/60 binocular; correctable to 20/20 in each eye 
  • Be in excellent health and physical condition
  • May be required to pass a written and physical abilities test
  • May need to qualify for a security clearance and undergo a complete background investigation, to include in-depth interviews, and drug screening
  • Strong English proficiency

Note ** ISA positions are subject to the Lautenberg Amendment/Domestic Violence Misdemeanor Amendment to the Gun Control Act of 1968 and the government services drug abuse testing program


Employment Criteria: 2017-2018 Hiring 

In 2017-2018 ISA meet its goal of hiring agents and support staff with the training, education and professional experience our clients expect from us. 

100% of our agents graduated from accredited training programs approved by federal, state or private security regulatory agencies such as the Federal Law Enforcement Training Academy, DOD Training Academy or the Virginia Department of Criminal Justice. 90-95% of those training programs were 70 hours or more in length. 

100% of our employees had the required credentials, permits or licenses to provide services.  

90% of our employees had proven experience for the position or role they were hired for. 10% of our workforce were interns and trainees working with experienced mentors and instructors.

90% of our agents were veterans or previously worked in law enforcement

Only 30% of employees had a degree from a college or university, but 70% had a proven record of attending continuing education classes or training.


Resumes & Social Media

 All resumes are graded as they pass through the hiring process. The minimum score for consideration is 6 points. 
1. Well written and properly formatted resumes receive 2 points
2. Candidates with honorable military service receive 2 points
3. Candidates with verifiable accredited training receive 3 points
4. Candidates with three years or less applicable experience for the position receive 1 point  
5. Candidates with three years or more applicable experience for the position receive 2 points

 In 2018 we discarded on average 9 resumes a week for various reasons. Poorly written resumes with obvious mistakes in grammar, spelling, format, and content were given an initial look and then dropped from consideration. 

 All candidates will have their resumes compared to online professional media accounts such as Linked-In to look for errors and omissions. All candidates will have their social media such as Facebook, Instagram and twitter reviewed to ensure they do not demonstrate support for or are part of organizations whose beliefs or actions run counter to the principles of our company. 

Those who support white supremacists or nationalists and organizations that display bigoted, racist or gender bias will not be considered for employment.  Matthew Parker, CEO, ISA


  It is recommended you use a resume writing service, or work with a job counselor, or employment agency if you have questions about writing your resume. Some of these services charge a fee such as resume.com and others don’t.

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