Jaun Mioch

1 of
Previous Next

Ad Details

  • Ad ID: 5316

  • Added: March 29, 2019

  • Location: International (Outside of USA)

  • State: Finland

  • Phone: +358 400 199035

  • Views: 518

  • Date Available: 03-29-19

  • Willing To Relocate: Yes

  • Email: jaunmioch@gmail.com

  • Handler Type: Explosives Detection

Experience

Areas of specialisation and competences: Extensive experience in training of trainers and teams in security measures, strategies and protection; years of international experience in land mine detection operations and supervision including training of mine detection dog teams; training of dog teams in security, explosives and narcotics. Setting up and managing security/dog operations. Setting up and management of security fleet.

QUALIFICATIONS AND TRAINING

International Security
Management Institute (ISMI),
United Kingdom
2016-2017

Certified Security Management Professional (CSMP) Diploma Level 6 course, Start April 2016 to April 2017. UK security sector skills body.

Unit 1: Security Risk Analysis
Unit 2: Crime Prevention
Unit 3: Managing the Security Function
Unit 4: Leadership and Management Core Skills
Unit 5: Security Design, Evaluation and Surveying
Unit 6: Perimeter Protection
Unit 7: Protecting Buildings
Unit 8: Access Management
Unit 9: Video Surveillance (CCTV)
Unit 10: Facility Counterterrorism
Unit 11: Protection of Information
Unit 12: Protection of at-Risk Personnel

MECHEM, Pretoria
South Africa
1997 – 2001 : De-mining License/Course:
Includes: Supervision of all De-mining Activities
Logistics
Mine Detection Using Detectors such as
Mine Labs, Valon and Schiebel
Mechanical de-mining using the Casper

De-mining Dog Instructor
Includes: Training of Trainers detecting mines using dogs
Training Handlers
Training of Dogs

Armscor, Pretoria,
South Africa
1992 – 1997 : Basic Security Course:
Includes: Civilian Law
VIP Protection
Security training / Supervision
Investigation
Security Strategic planning
Security Implementation
Access Control Instructor
Reporting Skills

Security Management Course

Fire Control and First aid Course

Health and Safety Course

Public Relation Course:
Includes: Client Relation
Training of security personnel in public relations

Precaution and Contingency Planning Course

Patrol and Protection Dogs Course:
Includes: Dog Protection
Attack /Search
Kenneling
Basic Veterinary

Dog Detection Course:
Includes: Detection of Explosives
Search and Rescue
Detection of Narcotics
Tracking

Dog Instructor Course;
Includes: Training of Trainers
Training of Handlers
Training of dogs in Detection of Explosives
Narcotics
Humans
Training of security dog teams in Patrol and
Area Search
Weapons instructor:
Includes: Training new recruits in Weapon Safety and handling

South African Air Force
1991 – 1992 : Security and Protection Course:
Includes: V.I.P. Protection
Detection / Access control
Weapons Training
Security Planning and Implementation
General Protection

Bush and Survival Course:
Includes: Survival techniques
Mapping
Weapons Training

Guard Commanders Course / Reaction force:
Includes: Weapons Instructor
Drill Instructor
Security Supervisor
First Aid
Fire control
Security Instructor
VIP Protection
Security Strategic Planing and implementation
Anti Terrorism
Management of security officers
Conducting Training Manuals
Conducting Standard Operational Procedures (SOP)
Base protection

Waterkloof High School, Pretoria,
South Africa in 1990 Matriculation Examination, High School Diploma

EMPLOYMENT HISTORY:

October 2014 – Present: Tytto ja Vuohi Ltd, Turku, Finland

Owner/Director: Managing the operations and logistics for the company importing items from Africa and Asia via sea and or air freight. Researching and contacting future and correspondence to existing suppliers.

Security Advisory Services: Provision of security advice to companies as well as individuals visiting Africa and providing contacts and resources for the required visits.
October 2016, Security project manager for Mombasa Chris Brown concert.

September 2012 – August 2014: KK Security Ltd, Nairobi, Kenya

Central Services Manager Operations: The Central Services Manager (Operations) has overall responsibility for the management and supervision of all KK Operations Support Services, incorporating Secure Transfer and Vehicle Escorts, Events, Close Protection, K9, Alarm Response and overall Fleet Management.

The Central Services Manager (Operations) (CSM(O) is directly responsible to the Country Manager and is the primary Point of Contact for Branches, Projects and Other Departments in support of the operational deployment of resources under his control.

January 2002 – September 2012 : KK Security Ltd./EARS Group Race Course, Nairobi, Kenya

Group Manager Canine Center/Mobile response teams: Managing all security dog related issues for the group in Kenya, Tanzania, Uganda, Burundi and Rwanda with a current number of 600 dogs and 700 handlers/kennel staff. Developing and maintaining of all operational procedures, training manuals and standard requirements for all the regions. Training of all senior level staff to assist in managing and maintaining the required standards.

Ensuring NASDU (National Association for Security Dog Users) principles and practices are maintained in all the regions relating to kennels, health, training, feeding, caring and transportation.

Liaison with all General, Branch and Operational Managers in the respective countries. Security Surveys, administrative tasks and logistical tasks to ensure smooth operations. Liaising with Security Mangers for United Nations, American Embassy, British + Canadian High commission, Kenya Breweries and other commercial companies and embassies on all canine related issues like patrols, explosives and narcotic detection operations.

Planning and implementing new security strategies. Assisting with event security management, Close protection operations and training where and when needed. Management of Response Teams and maintaining of set standards and developing security manuals for the same.

Training of staff in all aspects regarding this mentioned service.

Managing Fleet operations and fleet requirements for Kenya operations with a fleet numbering 100 vehicles.

1997 – July 2001: MECHEM CONSULTANTS, Silverton, Pretoria, South Africa; with the following overseas missions:

. June 2001 – July 2001

MOZAMBIQUE/Angola, De-mining Project Supervisor, supervising and evaluating the on-going de-mining activities in Gaza province, also evaluating the new teams for coming ADP programme activities in country.

. January 2001 – May 2001

SOUTH AFRICA, Programme Support Assistant, Coordination of programme support activities for overseas missions; supervision of training activites for new teams, logistical and administrative backstopping for on-going and up-coming field missions.

. May 2000 – December 2000:

CROATIA/Boasnia, Senior Dog Handler under UNOPS/UNDP Mine Action Programme. Responsibilities include Area reduction; Quality Assurance behind mechanial and manual demining; Supervison of mine detection activities; Evaluation and training of new recruitments; Planning and mapping of mine detection activities prior to implementation; and general logistics for field operations. Training of national staff in detection activities.

. January 2000 – April 2000:

SOUTH-AFRICA, Supervisor, Trainer for new mine detection teams for future deployment. Supervising the training and in-printing of younger dogs. Training new teams in Mechems SOP before deployment. Handling all admin and logistics for teams in South-
Africa as well as over seas missions. Preperation of new training mannuals as well as SOP.

. August 1998 – December 1999:

NORTHERN IRAQ, Senior Dog Manager/supervisor under UNOPS/UN Oil-for-Food Program (UN Security Council Res. 986). Responsibilities included the undertaking of Level 2 and 3 Surveys. Area reduction and Minefield preparation. Training and preparation of a National Indigenous Puppy Program (NIPP). Quality Assurance behind dogs and manual de-mining. Supervison of de-mining activities. Evaluation and training of new recruitments and Planning and mapping of mine detection activities prior to implementation.

. August 1997 – August 1998:

MOSAMBIQUE, Senior Dog Handler under UNDP/Minetech Mine Action Program. Responsibilities included the Implementation of Level 1 – 3 Surveys. Area reduction and Minefield preparation. Quality Assurance behind mechanical and manual de-mining. Supervision of manual de-mining. Mine Awareness among rural communities. Supervison of dog activities. Evaluation and training of new recruitments and Planning and mapping of mine detection activities prior to implementation. Training of national de-mining t eams.

1992 – 1997: ARMSCOR, Pretoria, South Africa

Security Officer/ Dog Instructor/ Supervisor; Responsibilities include the undertaking and monitoring of general security measures within the Armscor Dog Section; planning and implementing new security strategies; evaluating overall security practices and developing security plans and training activities, advising staff on safety and security matters; and other security duties as assigned. Training of the company and external dogs for security and protection purposes;Training searching dogs and implementing search activities; and VIP Protection.

1991 – 1992: SOUTH AFRICAN AIR FORCE, Pretoria, South Africa

National Service/Guard Commander/Reaction Force. Responsibilities included practices and strategies for Civial Force and new recruitments; Tasking and monitoring of guards; VIP Protection; Army General Protection and security training activities. Participation in Base security excersises.

Extra Curriculum Activities

• Coaching Rugby Turku teams
• Forward coach for Finnish National Rugby Team

Tags :