Despite what some in the security training industry may claim or elude to, it is simply not possible for someone, other than the person or company doing the hiring, to guarantee anyone a position upon completion of a training course (or even multiple courses). There are just too many variables – ranging from your background and previous experience, to your education, where you live, and the specific preferences a Principal may have – to determine with any degree of certainty if there will be a position available for you in the ultra-competitive protection profession; where, often times, there are dozens upon dozens of applicants for a single open position.
Having said that, there are employment resources, above and beyond those found on employment websites such as CareerBuilder and Monster, which may prove useful to the aspiring protection practitioner, or those with experience who are exploring other opportunities.
Please Note: While the entities listed below are professional organizations managed by principled, professional practitioners with a track record of success in providing accurate, up-to-date information, VDI does not vet, validate or certify the accuracy of the information provided by these firms in reference to possible employment opportunities; nor does providing access to these resources constitute a guarantee or afford any assurances of employment. As always, it is the responsibility of the individual job seeker to:
- Verify the information posted
- Ensure that any and all prerequisites or qualifications are satisfied
- Successfully complete any documentation and/or processes deemed necessary by the individual or entity seeking to fill a position.
LaSorsa & Associates*
Joe LaSorsa, Jr., regularly posts job openings in both the protective services and broader security professions on a regular basis. For a limited time, access to these posts is restricted to alumni of the firm’s training programs. Following that limited period of time, the information is made available to anyone visiting the appropriate page.
To visit Joe LaSorsa Jr.’s Blog, CLICK HERE.