Welcome to EP Job Search!

The website offers FREE tools, services, and resources for those interested in obtaining a job or starting a career in the executive protection and security industries.  

The EP Job Search website is part of the International Security Driver Association (ISDA). ISDA and its members, as a way of paying it forward offer tools and services for those interested in obtaining a job or starting a career in the Executive Protection/Security profession totally free.

The site will not only curate potential job opportunities, it will also present useful articles written by successful individuals on topics such as productive networking, word-of-mouth marketing, maximizing website traffic, and harnessing the power of social media. Each article is designed to assist our reader in releasing their potential.

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EP – Training, Research, and Reading Comprehension

I figured I would say it before many others did. The other morning, I received a rather angry letter from a man that runs a training program who is upset that, in his opinion, I called his training program “crap”.

For the record, any training is better than no training. My biggest issue with ALL of the training programs is the marketing hype that they attach to the programs. The bells and whistles of “We are the best”, “We are the oldest”, “We are the newest”, “We train super ninjas”, “We get jobs for people”, etc.

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ASIS Career Opportunities in Security

Introduction While the information contained in the ASIS Career Opportunities in Security brochure will be of interest to anyone who wants to learn more about the field of security, it has been prepared primarily for the following categories of individuals: Individuals seeking to pursue a degree in security management, asset protection, or a related discipline. Individuals entering the security

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Overview of the Indeed Job Search Website

If you are looking for a job, whether it’s to get your foot in the door, or taking your career to the next level, the only person who can find the right job for you – is you. You know all the details about you: what experience and training skills you have, the location you would like to find work, the market/niche you want to work in and with what companies. But where do you look to find the best jobs?

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