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Construction Surveillance Technician (CST) – Iraq

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START DATE: Immediate
PAY: $106,442 /year

ROTATION: 120 days on / 10 days off*

* Contractor is paid during time off and employer will pay for travel; total contract duration is 1 year

Employer is seeking TS-Cleared Construction Surveillance Technicians (CST) for 1099-employment (Contractor) in Iraq.  The Cleared Construction Surveillance Technician will conduct security patrols, access control, security-related personnel escort duties, traffic, report writing, parking control, law and order duties, as well as security and fire safety surveillance during construction of a secure US Government site.


– Monitor uncleared workers during designated phases of construction
– X-ray and inspect material, equipment and furnishings designated for use within Controlled Access Areas of the construction site
– Assist with random selection of materials required for construction and installation in Controlled Access Areas
– Inspect random materials required for construction and installation in the Controlled Access Area and areas contiguous to the Controlled Access Area
– Work in shifts ~40 hours per week


Must possess an active TOP SECRET clearance at time of application with the ability to pass a Full Scope Polygraph examination
– Must be a US Citizen
– Possess a valid US Driver’s License and US passport
– Minimum of 21 years of age
– High School Diploma or GED
– Must possess five (5) years’ experience in at least one of the following areas of expertise:

1) Construction Security Surveillance
2) Technical Surveillance Countermeasures
3) Industrial or Government security involving counterintelligence
4) Construction Quality Assurance; and/or
5) Hands-on supervisory construction experience

– Ability to read and analyze construction drawings/blueprints (pre-test administered by Diplomatic Security)
– Able to learn the principles of all construction disciplines, to include Civil, Architectural, and Mechanical and Electrical Engineering
– Capable of reading and analyzing designs and blueprints, and recognizing the architect’s intended use
– Capable of analyzing designs and structural complexities, which are intended to mask an ulterior purpose not wanted by the architect
– Possess knowledge of Technical Surveillance Countermeasures, construction principles and devices used by hostile and friendly intelligence services for the purpose of clandestine surveillance


– Already possess an active Department of State (DoS)-issued Top Secret clearance
– Already passed a Full Scope Polygraph examination
– Have prior military experience with access control
– Familiar with AutoCAD
– Have working knowledge of construction safety

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