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Training Manager – BLISS Proposal in Iraq – Secret clearance

Recruiting a Training Manager to manage training process for the BLISS contract in Iraq.  This will be a one year contract and a secret clearance is preferred.  Prefer an active clearance but will consider sponsoring a well-qualified candidate.  Job is not yet posted so DM Steve or comment here for more info.


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Good Jobs in Bad Places. Security Clearance Jobs, Operations and Maintenance Jobs (O and M Jobs), Military Support Jobs, Afghanistan jobs. Each week I am responsible for filling between five and fifteen positions around the world. My jobs fill often and change often, so view this blog and follow me on Twitter for the most recent info.


8 thoughts on “Training Manager – BLISS Proposal in Iraq – Secret clearance

  1. I have experience as a teacher and technical trainer. I have an active Secret clearance. I am very interested!

    Posted by Paul C. Martello | March 25, 2013, 11:49 am
  2. Hi Steve,

    Would you consider an Aussie with an active ADF TS clearance for this role, or must it be a US citizen?


    Posted by Andrea James | March 25, 2013, 10:00 pm
  3. Steve, can you post anymore information on the training topics?
    TS & LCDR USN (ret)

    Posted by Chazz Johnson | March 26, 2013, 7:18 am
  4. I am interested in this job I am currently a contract Instructor with active clearance and have other contacts with a similar skill set.

    Posted by Michael Harris-Redd | March 26, 2013, 8:09 am
  5. I am a certified as a Master Training Specialist and Afloat Training Specialist, over ten years experience, current TS clearance. Officially retired 1 June 2013. Would I be a good fit?

    Posted by Anthony Bastidas | March 26, 2013, 9:04 am
  6. Hello Steve, I’m currently on contract with OSCI in Iraq with a TS clearance and have extensive experience as a training manager in military and commercial positions. I’d like to learn more about this position.

    Posted by Richard Rankin | March 26, 2013, 10:40 am

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