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OPS Career opportunities



We will post open positions available on the Overwatch Protection Services Facebook page and various other employment facilitators.

OPS accepts applications for positions listed at all times, and will maintain them on file for consideration when openings are available. 

We retain both full time and part time employees for all designations.   *Part time employees may be assigned to more than one designation.




  Designated positions                                                       start here



       
       Uniformed Protection Specialist

        Our Uniformed division is our largest and most popular section.
        This unit requires a military, law enforcement, or security background.
       
        Uniformed personnel are typically assigned to a static location for duty.
        These locations include, but are not limited to: banks, government facilities,
        business properties, event venues, private properties, and marine patrol.





       Plain Clothes Protection Specialist

       This division is a smaller section used for protection with discretion.
       This unit requires a military, law enforcement, or high security background.

       Plain clothes personnel are typically assigned to a static location for duty.
       These locations include, but are not limited to: banks, government facilities,
       business properties, event venues, private properties, and transportation.





        Executive Protection Specialist

        This is a smaller elite division used for close personal protection.
        This unit requires a military, law enforcement, or high security background
        with experience in one or more sectors of: EP/PSD/CPP.

        Executive protection personnel are typically familiar with both static and
        mobile duty stations while assigned to a specific client(s).





       Private Investigations Specialist
 
       This division is made up of personnel specializing in investigations.
        This unit requires a military, law enforcement, or security background
        with experience investigating either/or legal and private cases.

        Private investigators are typically assigned to confidential cases from
        both legal and private clientele involving varying situations and stipulations.