Careers

TEI Employees share the same core values:
  • Integrity (do the job right the first time);
  • Service (mission over personal gain);
  • Excellence (always put forth the best possible effort).

Emphasis is placed on safety, quality and timeliness of performance. Discipline and team work is key to ensuring TEI employees meet the mission. TEI Project Managers are responsible for establishing a work environment promoting service and maintenance discipline. All TEI employees are held accountable for ensuring work is accomplished safely, effectively and in a timely manner.

Trailboss Enterprises, Inc. is committed to providing Top-Flight personnel the first time. Our goal is to have the right person, in the right place, every time. When our customers have a need, we find someone with the right skills to meet their requirements. To offer the rapid placement of personnel we would like to meet you!

Send your resume and your geographical preferences to careers@trailbossinc.com. We offer entry-level employment opportunities with the chance to move with the company. We look forward to hearing from YOU!

*Note: Applicants who require reasonable accommodation with the application process please click here to contact Human Resources.

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Current Openings

A00-17-319-001 Accounting Clerk Intern

Anchorage, AK

Number of Positions
1
Job Type
Full-Time Non-Exempt
Description
Performs one or more simple clerical accounting duties such as: entering data, matching invoices, and reconciling time sheets.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Under supervision, compiles and sorts documents, such as invoices and checks, substantiating business transactions.
• Under supervision, verifies and posts details of business transactions, such as funds received and disbursed, and totals accounts to ledgers or computer spreadsheets and databases.
• Under supervision, audits invoices against purchase orders, research discrepancies, and approve for payment.
• Under supervision, participates in the preparation, maintenance, and verification of a variety of accounting, financial, and statistical records, ledgers, logs, and files; gathers, assembles, tabulates, enters, checks, verifies, balances, records, and files financial date; codes data according to prescribed accounting procedures; resolves discrepancies; maintains various files and records.
• Under supervision, utilizes various computer programs and applications; enters and maintains data; generates reports from a database or in-house system.
• Under supervision and as assigned, runs payroll and related record keeping; organizes, verifies, calculates hours, and posts timesheets and work reports to assist other staff with payrolls; processes voluntary deductions payments; assists other staff with running, auditing, and filing reports for payrolls.
• Under supervision processes bi-weekly payroll.
• Under supervision and as assigned, assists in processing accounts payable; reviews and matches purchase orders, purchase order adjustments, invoices, and invoices for payments.
• Under supervision, performs a variety of general office support tasks in support of assigned operations; answers phones; receives and processes mail, assists and backs-up other staff and functions, scans, copies and distributes documents; operates a variety of office equipment and software; troubleshoots and maintains office equipment.

Collateral Duties:
• Perform other duties as directed by the Chief Financial Officer, Controller, or Accounting Supervisor.
Minimum Qualifications


Education and/or Experience:
• Must be authorized to work in the U.S.
• Currently enrolled in an Associate's degree (A. A.) or equivalent or technical school Accounting program preferred;
• Knowledge of modular accounting system (example: ABRA/SAGE MAS 200) experience is helpful. Additional knowledge includes Microsoft Access Database software; Internet software; Order processing systems; Payroll systems; Microsoft Excel Spreadsheet software and Microsoft Word Processing software.

Language Skills. Must be able to:
• Read and interpret documents such as safety rules, operating and maintenance instructions, and procedure manuals.
• To write routine reports and correspondence.
• To speak effectively before groups of customers or employees of organization.

Mathematical Skills. Must be able to:
• Add, subtract, multiply, and divide in all units of measure using whole numbers, common fractions, and decimals.
• Calculate and compute rate, ratio, and percentages.
• Read, calculate, and interpret time on a 24 hour clock basis.

Physical Demands. Must be able to:
• Stand, walk, sit; use hands repetitively to finger, handle, feel or operate standard office equipment; reach with hands and arms; climb or balance; stoop, kneel, crouch, or crawl; talk or hear and taste or smell.
• Occasionally lift and/or move up to 35 pounds.

Must be able to work from 8am to 5pm Monday through Friday

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

We are an equal opportunity M/F/Disability Veteran Employer


Contact Info
Please send your resume to careers@trailbossinc.com and refer to Job# A00-17-319-001

A00-17-342-001 HR Benefits Administrator

ANCHORAGE, AK

Number of Positions
1
Job Type
Full Time Non-Exempt
Description
The Benefits Administrator position is responsible for researching and planning for the implementation of the day-to-day operations of group benefit programs (group health, dental, vision, short-term and long-term disability, worker’s compensation, life insurance, 401(k) plan and retirement plan). Provide excellent customer service and quality benefit plan information.
Investigate new benefit programs, provide suggestions to improve existing programs, under the direction of the HR Manager, oversee and monitor benefit administration. Research and suggest changes to the design of employee benefit plans. Provide support in the delivery of the benefit programs.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:
* Under the direction of the HR Manager, administers day to day needs of employee benefits programs such as retirement plans; basic hospital, medical, surgical, and major medical plans; term life insurance plans; temporary disability program; and accidental death policies.
* Under the direction of the HR Manager, evaluates and compare existing company benefits with those of other employers by analyzing other plans, surveys and other sources of information. Plans, develops, and/or participates in area and industry surveys. Analyzes results of surveys and develops specific recommendations for review by management.
* Presents recommendations for new plans or to modify existing plans to: (a) maintain company’s competitive position in labor market, and; (b) obtain uniform benefit package for all company locations, where possible.
* Recommends classes of eligible employees for new or modified plans. Develops census data and solicits insurance companies for Quotations. Evaluates quotations and make recommendations to the HR Manager. Develops company cost information for new plans and makes recommendations to the HR Manager concerning sharing of cost between employer and employee.
* Under the direction of the HR Manager, installs approved new plans and changes by preparing announcement material, booklets, and other media for communicating new plans to employees. Conducts employee meetings and arrange for enrollment of employees in optional plans. Conducts employee benefit seminars for local personnel. Makes recommendations to revise and reissue all communications material on benefits from time to time. Advises and counsels HR Manager and employees on existing benefits.
* Under the direction of the HR Manager, prepares, with legal consultation, benefit documentation such as original and amended plan texts, benefit agreements and insurance policies for execution by the Manager. At the direction of the HR Manager, instructs insurance carriers, trustees, and other administrative agencies outside the company to effect changes in benefit programs. Ensures prompt and accurate compliance.
* Assists in development of company bargaining proposals for employee benefits and analyzes union benefits demands. Obtains and prepares cost data for company and union proposals and final settlements.
* Assures company compliance with provisions of Employee Retirement Income Security Act. Under the direction of the HR Manager, prepares or ensures preparation of reports and applications required by law to be filed with federal and state agencies, such as Internal Revenue Service, Department of Labor, insurance commissioners, and other regulatory agencies. Reviews and analyzes changes to state and federal laws pertaining to benefits, and reports necessary or suggested changes to the HR Manager. Coordinates company benefits with government-sponsored programs.
* Assures that existing and new benefit programs are adaptable to standard computer and reporting systems. Develops benefit information and statistical and census data for actuaries, insurance carriers, and management.
* Handles benefit inquiries and complaints to ensure quick, equitable, courteous resolution. Maintains contact in person, and by phone or mail, with hospitals, physicians, insurance companies, employees, and beneficiaries to facilitate proper and complete utilization of benefits for all employees.
* Oversees maintenance of enrollment, application, and claim records for all benefit plans and all personnel benefit files.
* Document and maintain administrative procedures for assigned benefit processes.
Other Collateral Duties: Perform other duties as directed by the HR Manager.
Minimum Qualifications
Education and/or Experience:
* A Bachelor’s degree and three to five years related benefits or employee benefit administration experience required.
PHR and CEBS professional designations preferred.
Language Skills:
* Must have excellent verbal and written command of the English language, with the ability to read and comprehend written correspondence.
* Ability to write business correspondence.
*Ability to effectively present information in a one-on-one or small group situation to other employees of the organization.

Other Skills, Knowledge and Abilities:
* Excellent communication and organization skills are required.
* Project and team management/leadership skills and experience. Proven ability to work effectively in a team environment with associates. Capability of effective planning and priority setting. Ability to manage several complex projects simultaneously while working under pressure to meet deadlines.
* Strong analytical skills and a thorough knowledge of plan designs. Ability to understand, evaluate and make judgment on the proposals (RFPSs)
* Computer proficiency and technical aptitude with the ability to utilize MS Word, Excel, Power Point, Access, and Costpoint DELTEK are required.
* Knowledge of benefit contract language.
* Knowledge of all pertinent federal and state regulations, filing and compliance requirements both adopted and pending affecting employee benefit programs, including ERISA, COBRA, FMLA, ADA, Section 125, Workers, Compensation, Medicare, and Social Security and DOL requirements. Familiarity with overseas regulations including DBA also required.
* Must be even-tempered and work well with others; have excellent interpersonal and coaching skills.
* Must be willing to cross train into all HR disciplines.
* Working experience with McNamara O’Hara Service Contract Act and unionized employees preferred.
* Must demonstrate through past employment, a high degree of personal integrity, professionalism, professional ethic.
* Must be able to adhere to strict confidentiality.
* Maintain regular office hours and adhere to company's attendance policies; be available to work outside of regular working hours when operational necessity demands it; be available to travel in and outside of Alaska.
* Maintain knowledge of legal requirements and government reporting regulations affecting human resources functions and ensures policies, procedures, and reporting is in compliance.


Physical Demands:
* Regularly required to sit, walk and stand; talk and hear; use hands repetitively to finger, handle, feel or operation standard office equipment; reach with hands and arms; ability to lift up to 25 lbs.

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

We are an equal opportunity M/F/Disability/Veteran Employer
Contact Info
Please send your resume to careers@trailbossinc.comand ref to Job # A00-17-342-001

A032-17-317-001 Fuels Technician

Fairford, United Kingdom

Number of Positions
3
Job Type
Full-time
Description
The Fuels Technician receives, stores, transfers, and issues fuel through pipelines and fuel sites/stations. Receives fuel by tanker or pipeline and tank truck; prepares and checks receiving documents, connects lines, grounding wires and loading and off-loading arms or hoses to pipelines/tanks. Visually inspects samples of fuel performing all required laboratory testing requirements. Gauges tanks for water, temperature, and fuel levels. Perform checks/inspections as indicated in Technical Order’s (TO), performing preventative maintenance and repairs on fuel sites/fuel trucks. Assists in reinstatement of systems after maintenance has been performed. Perform general housekeeping and grounds maintenance.

MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES: To successfully accomplish this position, an individual must be able to perform, each essential function satisfactorily and complete all training within the PWS;

Essential Duties and Responsibilities:
• Monitor gauges and flowmeters and inspect equipment to ensure that tank levels, temperatures, fuel levels, and pressures are at specified levels, reporting abnormalities as necessary;
• Record/update documents and operating data such as but not limited to: products and quantities pumped, stocks used, gauging results, and operating times;
• Communicate with other works, using signals, radios, or telephones, to start and stop flows of materials or substances;
• Attend to tanks that store substances such as liquids; check levels of stock by using calibrated automatic tank gauges (ATG), dip sticks, or bobbin tape in accordance with calibrated gauging charts;
• Perform manual operational tasks in accordance with local approved checklists;
• Plan movement of products through pipelines between operating tanks utilizing local checklists
• Aircraft support as required (refuel, defuel, lab support, and cryogenics);
• Clean and lubricate mobile pumps, using hand tools and equipment;
• Perform all laboratory requirements outlined in TO’s to include but not limited to the computer fuels management defense quality program;
• Connect hoses and pipelines to pumps/pipework prior to material transfer when using mobile pumps;
• Perform Gemini dosing/backwash per operating procedures;
• Perform storage sample issue of cryogenics, aviation and ground fuel;
• Performs all work in accordance with the following.
o Comply with all mandatory programs; Land Mobile Radios(LMR), Precision Measurement, Equipment Laboratory (PMEL), Hazardous Waste/Material, Security, Lockout Tag out, Records Management, to include accountability and condition of Trailboss and Government Furnished Equipment.
o UK Health & Safety at Work Act 1974
o Air Force (AF) instructions, AF manuals, AF Occupational Safety & Health Act, Technical Orders, Department of Defense Publications and Defense Energy Support Center policies.

Other Collateral Duties: Perform other duties as directed by the Fuels Manager and/or Alternate Fuels Manager.
Minimum Qualifications
Education:
• Completion of secondary education or High School Graduate or General Education Degree (GED)

Essential Skills: (Training can be provided)
• ADR Core, Tanks, Class 3
• Cat C/C1 driving license
• Communication skills
• Pass Colour blind test
• CPC

Preferred Experience:
• Two (2) years’ experience in the receipt, storage and issue of petroleum products used in servicing of military or civilian aircraft; and the operation of aviation and ground fuels storage/dispensing systems.
• Risk Assessment experience
• Computer literacy
• Health & Safety Awareness

Language Skills. Must be Able to:
• Write clearly and concisely using acceptable grammar, punctuation and spelling; write organized, complete, accurate and factual reports.
• Communicate in English using complex sentences using normal word order with present and past tenses.
• Express and exchange ideas via spoken word during activities where they must convey details or important spoken instructions to others accurately, sometimes quickly and loudly.
• Understand and apply written and verbal orders, rules and regulations.

Certificates, Licenses, Registrations:
• Must have and maintain a Large Goods Vehicles (LGV), Agreement concerning the International Carriage of Dangerous Goods by Road (ADR), Certificate of Professional Competence (CPC); Maintain a Government Driver’s License
• Must have a clean driving records;

Work Environment.
• The duties are performed outside; work environment may consist of but not limited to: exposure to various weather conditions, exposure to fumes, and industrial noises.

Physical Demands. Must be Able to:
• Receive detailed information through oral communication.
• Stoop, kneel, crouch, reach, push, pull, lift, grasp, and can perceive the attributes of an object such as size, shape, weight and temperature. (Manual Handling)
• Move wrists, hands and/or fingers frequently and regularly.
• Adapt to temperature changes (including extreme heat).

We are an Equal Opportunity Male/Female/Veteran/Disability Employer


Contact Info
Send resume meeting minimum requirements to careers@trailbossinc.com and refer to Job# A032-17-317-001

A038-16-308-003- Detention/Transportation Officer

Hutto, TX

Number of Positions
5
Job Type
Full time (Non Exempt)
Description
DESCRIPTION: Perform various duties related to detention, safeguarding, security and escort of violators of immigration laws, exercise surveillance over detainees, and maintain order and discipline, attend to sheltering, feeding, and physical well being of detainees, and counseling of alien detainees on personal matters. Guard detainees at deportation or exclusion hearings, recognize potentially hazardous health, safety, security, or discipline problems, supervise voluntary work details, and encourage participation in organized recreational activities.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

General Duties:
• Provide overall security, remain with and guard detainee(s) until given further instructions by the Shift Supervisor.
• Ensure weapon and ammunition are safeguarded at all times.
• Required to wear approved duty uniform with shoes or boots and uniform web gear (i.e., duty belt, holster, handcuffs, cuff case, and magazine pouch).
• Ensure all credentials are carried at all times.
• Must wear company provided body armor.
• Must arrive to work in full uniform and wear uniform while at the site.

Airport Transports (if so tasked):
• Escort detainee(s) to/from inbound/outbound flights and arrival/departure gates at the designated location specified by the Shift Supervisor or higher authority.
• Constantly guard detainee(s) with a minimum of public contact during the time prior to boarding aircraft.
• Ascertain there are no unobservable exits possibly allowing detainees to escape.
• Remain at the gate until the carrier gate attendant verbally verifies the aircraft departure.
• Verify departure of detainee(s) in writing to the Shift Supervisor and Department of Homeland Security/ Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
• Remain at the gate until the arriving alien has been taken into custody, unless the flight has been canceled or the Shift Supervisor has given verification other arrangements have been made.
• Must wear reflective vests to all airports.

General Transportation:
• Operate company provided vehicle to transport detainee(s).
• Ensure detainee(s) are properly prepared for and transported in accordance with Performance-Based National Detention Standards. Preparation includes:
o Patting down all detainees prior to boarding vehicles.
o Applying appropriate restraints prior to boarding vehicles.
o Monitoring detainee(s) to ensure appropriate behavior during transport.
o Securing detainee transfer paperwork in the vehicle and ensuring appropriate distribution upon delivery of detainee(s) to destinations.
• Return all vehicles to yard with full gas tanks at all times.
• Remove trash from vehicles daily.
• Complete Mileage Log at completion of each trip; must be legible and accurate.
• Complete and submit After Action Reports with exact/precise details.
• Ensure inventory of detainee baggage/valuables has been properly completed by visual examination of appropriate documentation.
• Thoroughly inspect transport vehicles (pre and post trip) to include:
o Check the condition of the vehicle's safety equipment including horn, lights, wipers, flares, etc.
o Check the gas gauge to ensure sufficient fuel for projected run.
o Check condition of tires.
• Advise the Shift Supervisor at least 45 days in advance of expiration of Commercial Driver's License and medical certificate.
Minimum Qualifications
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education and/or Experience:
• Must be a United States Citizen.
• Must possess a High School diploma or General Equivalency Diploma.
• Must be 21 years of age or older.
• Must have at least one year of experience as a law enforcement officer or, military policeman, or six (6) months experience as security officer engaged in functions related to detaining civil or administrative detainees.
• Clear criminal history; no felonies or Class A misdemeanors.
• Must have and maintain a current/valid Class B Commercial Driver's License with passenger and air brake endorsements. Class A Commercial Driver's License with passenger endorsement is acceptable. Must maintain a safe driving record.
• Must have and maintain a valid Texas State Level 3 Armed Guard permit.
• Must pass a background investigation and obtain a security clearance.

Language Skills. Able to:
• Write clearly and concisely using acceptable grammar, punctuation and spelling; write organized, complete, accurate and factual reports.
• Communicate in English using complex sentences using normal word order with present and past tenses.
• Express and exchange ideas via spoken word during activities where they must convey details or important spoken instructions to others accurately, sometimes quickly and loudly.
• Understand and apply written and verbal orders, rules and regulations.

Physical Demands. Able to:
• Perceive the nature of sounds with no less than 40 dB loss at Hz, 1000 Hz and 2000 Hz with or without correction.
• Receive detailed information through oral communication.
• Maintain a minimum standard of visual acuity with or without correction enabling the employee to complete clerical tasks, and observe detainees.
• Stoop, kneel, crouch, reach, push, pull, lift, grasp, and be able to perceive the attributes of an object such as size, shape, and temperature.
• Move wrists, hands and/or fingers frequently and regularly.
• Occasionally exert up to 100 pounds of force. This may include, but is not limited to all use of force and restraint techniques.
• Adapt to temperature changes (including extreme heat).

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veteran.
Contact Info
Please contact the Hutto Workforce office referencing job announcement # A038-16-308-003.

A038-16-308-004 - Detention/Transportation Officer

Laredo, TX

Number of Positions
9
Job Type
Full Time (Non Exempt))
Description
DESCRIPTION: Perform various duties related to detention, safeguarding, security and escort of violators of immigration laws, exercise surveillance over detainees, and maintain order and discipline, attend to sheltering, feeding, and physical well being of detainees, and counseling of alien detainees on personal matters. Guard detainees at deportation or exclusion hearings, recognize potentially hazardous health, safety, security, or discipline problems, supervise voluntary work details, and encourage participation in organized recreational activities.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

General Duties:
• Provide overall security, remain with and guard detainee(s) until given further instructions by the Shift Supervisor.
• Ensure weapon and ammunition are safeguarded at all times.
• Required to wear approved duty uniform with shoes or boots and uniform web gear (i.e., duty belt, holster, handcuffs, cuff case, and magazine pouch).
• Ensure all credentials are carried at all times.
• Must wear company provided body armor.
• Must arrive to work in full uniform and wear uniform while at the site.

Airport Transports (if so tasked):
• Escort detainee(s) to/from inbound/outbound flights and arrival/departure gates at the designated location specified by the Shift Supervisor or higher authority.
• Constantly guard detainee(s) with a minimum of public contact during the time prior to boarding aircraft.
• Ascertain there are no unobservable exits possibly allowing detainees to escape.
• Remain at the gate until the carrier gate attendant verbally verifies the aircraft departure.
• Verify departure of detainee(s) in writing to the Shift Supervisor and Department of Homeland Security/ Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
• Remain at the gate until the arriving alien has been taken into custody, unless the flight has been canceled or the Shift Supervisor has given verification other arrangements have been made.
• Must wear reflective vests to all airports.

General Transportation:
• Operate company provided vehicle to transport detainee(s).
• Ensure detainee(s) are properly prepared for and transported in accordance with Performance-Based National Detention Standards. Preparation includes:
o Patting down all detainees prior to boarding vehicles.
o Applying appropriate restraints prior to boarding vehicles.
o Monitoring detainee(s) to ensure appropriate behavior during transport.
o Securing detainee transfer paperwork in the vehicle and ensuring appropriate
distribution upon delivery of detainee(s) to destinations.
• Return all vehicles to yard with full gas tanks at all times.
• Remove trash from vehicles daily.
• Complete Mileage Log at completion of each trip; must be legible and accurate.
• Complete and submit After Action Reports with exact/precise details.
• Ensure inventory of detainee baggage/valuables has been properly completed by visual examination of appropriate documentation.
• Thoroughly inspect transport vehicles (pre and post trip) to include:
o Check the condition of the vehicle's safety equipment including horn, lights, wipers, flares, etc.
o Check the gas gauge to ensure sufficient fuel for projected run.
o Check condition of tires.
• Advise the Shift Supervisor at least 45 days in advance of expiration of Commercial Driver's License and medical certificate.
Minimum Qualifications
MINIMUM QUALIFICATIONS:

Education and/or Experience:
• Must be a United States Citizen.
• Must possess a High School diploma or General Equivalency Diploma.
• Must be 21 years of age or older.
• Must have at least one year of experience as a law enforcement officer or, military policeman, or six (6) months experience as security officer engaged in functions related to detaining civil or administrative detainees.
• Clear criminal history; no felonies or Class A misdemeanors.
• Must have and maintain a current/valid Class B Commercial Driver's License with passenger and air brake endorsements. Class A Commercial Driver's License with passenger endorsement is acceptable. Must maintain a safe driving record.
• Must have and maintain a valid Texas State Level 3 Armed Guard permit.
• Must pass a background investigation and obtain a security clearance.

Language Skills. Able to:
• Write clearly and concisely using acceptable grammar, punctuation and spelling; write organized, complete, accurate and factual reports.
• Communicate in English using complex sentences using normal word order with present and past tenses.
• Express and exchange ideas via spoken word during activities where they must convey details or important spoken instructions to others accurately, sometimes quickly and loudly.
• Understand and apply written and verbal orders, rules and regulations.

Physical Demands. Able to:
• Perceive the nature of sounds with no less than 40 dB loss at Hz, 1000 Hz and 2000 Hz with or without correction.
• Receive detailed information through oral communication.
• Maintain a minimum standard of visual acuity with or without correction enabling the employee to complete clerical tasks, and observe detainees.
• Stoop, kneel, crouch, reach, push, pull, lift, grasp, and be able to perceive the attributes of an object such as size, shape, and temperature.
• Move wrists, hands and/or fingers frequently and regularly.
• Occasionally exert up to 100 pounds of force. This may include, but is not limited to all use of force and restraint techniques.
• Adapt to temperature changes (including extreme heat).

We are an Equal Opportunity Employer M/F/Disability/Veteran.
Contact Info
Please contact the Laredo Workforce office referencing job announcement # A038-16-308-004

A038-17-110-003 Detention/Transportation Officer

Pearsall, TX

Number of Positions
9
Job Type
Full Time
Description
DESCRIPTION: Perform various duties related to detention, safeguarding, security and escort of violators of immigration laws, exercise surveillance over detainees, and maintain order and discipline, attend to sheltering, feeding, and physical well being of detainees, and counseling of alien detainees on personal matters. Guard detainees at deportation or exclusion hearings, recognize potentially hazardous health, safety, security, or discipline problems, supervise voluntary work details, and encourage participation in organized recreational activities.
MAJOR DUTIES AND RESPONSIBILITIES:

General Duties:
• Provide overall security, remain with and guard detainee(s) until given further instructions by the Shift Supervisor.
• Ensure weapon and ammunition are safeguarded at all times.
• Required to wear approved duty uniform with shoes or boots and uniform web gear (i.e., duty belt, holster, handcuffs, cuff case, and magazine pouch).
• Ensure all credentials are carried at all times.
• Must wear company provided body armor.
• Must arrive to work in full uniform and wear uniform while at the site.

Airport Transports (if so tasked):
• Escort detainee(s) to/from inbound/outbound flights and arrival/departure gates at the designated location specified by the Shift Supervisor or higher authority.
• Constantly guard detainee(s) with a minimum of public contact during the time prior to boarding aircraft.
• Ascertain there are no unobservable exits possibly allowing detainees to escape.
• Remain at the gate until the carrier gate attendant verbally verifies the aircraft departure.
• Verify departure of detainee(s) in writing to the Shift Supervisor and Department of Homeland Security/ Immigration and Customs Enforcement.
• Remain at the gate until the arriving alien has been taken into custody, unless the flight has been canceled or the Shift Supervisor has given verification other arrangements have been made.
• Must wear reflective vests to all airports.

General Transportation:
• Operate company provided vehicle to transport detainee(s).
• Ensure detainee(s) are properly prepared for and transported in accordance with Performance-Based National Detention Standards. Preparation includes:
o Patting down all detainees prior to boarding vehicles.
o Applying appropriate restraints prior to boarding vehicles.
o Monitoring detainee(s) to ensure appropriate behavior during transport.
o Securing detainee transfer paperwork in the vehicle and ensuring appropriate distribution upon delivery of detainee(s) to destinations.
• Return all vehicles to yard with full gas tanks at all times.
• Remove trash from vehicles daily.
• Complete Mileage Log at completion of each trip; must be legible and accurate.
• Complete and submit After Action Reports with exact/precise details.
• Ensure inventory of detainee baggage/valuables has been properly completed by visual examination of appropriate documentation.
• Thoroughly inspect transport vehicles (pre and post trip) to include:
o Check the condition of the vehicle’s safety equipment including horn, lights, wipers, flares, etc.
o Check the gas gauge to ensure sufficient fuel for projected run.
o Check condition of tires.
• Advise the Shift Supervisor at least 45 days in advance of expiration of Commercial Driver’s License and medical certificate.
Minimum Qualifications
Education and/or Experience:
• Must be a United States Citizen.
• Must possess a High School diploma or General Equivalency Diploma.
• Must be 21 years of age or older.
• Must have at least one year of experience as a law enforcement officer or, military policeman, or six (6) months experience as security officer engaged in functions related to detaining civil or administrative detainees.
• Clear criminal history; no felonies or Class A misdemeanors.
• Must have and maintain a current/valid Class B Commercial Driver’s License with passenger and air brake endorsements. Class A Commercial Driver’s License with passenger endorsement is acceptable. Must maintain a safe driving record.
• Must have and maintain a valid Texas State Level 3 Armed Guard permit.
• Must pass a background investigation and obtain a security clearance.

Language Skills. Able to:
• Write clearly and concisely using acceptable grammar, punctuation and spelling; write organized, complete, accurate and factual reports.
• Communicate in English using complex sentences using normal word order with present and past tenses.
• Express and exchange ideas via spoken word during activities where they must convey details or important spoken instructions to others accurately, sometimes quickly and loudly.
• Understand and apply written and verbal orders, rules and regulations.

Physical Demands. Able to:
• Perceive the nature of sounds with no less than 40 dB loss at Hz, 1000 Hz and 2000 Hz with or without correction.
• Receive detailed information through oral communication.
• Maintain a minimum standard of visual acuity with or without correction enabling the employee to complete clerical tasks, and observe detainees.
• Stoop, kneel, crouch, reach, push, pull, lift, grasp, and be able to perceive the attributes of an object such as size, shape, and temperature.
• Move wrists, hands and/or fingers frequently and regularly.
• Occasionally exert up to 100 pounds of force. This may include, but is not limited to all use of force and restraint techniques.
• Adapt to temperature changes (including extreme heat).

Contact Info
Please contact the Pearsall Workforce office referencing job announcement # A038-17-110-003