The best people for the job

Hart aspires to deliver service of the highest quality to our clients and are always interested in hearing from outstanding personnel. We look forward to hearing from you.

Positions at Hart can vary from office to field-based work, short-term to permanent contracts within our global offices. If you would like to be considered for a position within Hart please ensure you apply through our online recruitment application system, TAYO. All positions will include a link which will enable you to register and then submit your application on TAYO. CV’s sent by email will not be considered.

Job Vacancies

Here are the current opportunities
that we have available at Hart.

Join Hart’s professional, dynamic teams today. What is our strongest asset? It’s our talented people who make Hart great. As one of the leading risk management companies, a career with Hart will take you to interesting locations around the world working on unique projects for a variety of clients.

Hart’s recruitment and selection process incorporates everything one would expect of a tier one security service provider. This includes the principles of equal opportunity employment and diversity to ensure selection best on merit. The process is aligned to the standards and principles as stated in the Montreaux Document, International Code of Conduct (Selection and Vetting of Personnel, paragraph 45-49) and PSC1.

Please be aware that you will be required to have the following:

  1. Employment history and reference checks
  2. Qualifications and SIA Check
  3. Disclosure Statement/Police Check/Security Clearance
  4. Military Discharge certificates where applicable
  5. Human Rights violation review
  6. Pre-mobilisation medical
  7. Pre-employment Psychological/Psychometric Check
  8. For all positions of trust, the Company includes a Financial Check

Tayo is a specialised software developed by Hart’s sister company CTG. 

All qualifications will need to be verified, so please do not include any qualification that cannot be supported by relevant paperwork.

Please note: Neither Hart nor any of our approved recruitment agencies will ever request any ‘recruitment fees’ from prospective candidates who wish to work with Hart. Hart stands firm against bribery and corruption of any kind (read our Anti Bribery and Corruption Policy here). If you have been approached in this manner, please report it immediately via our contact us page. 

We would like to thank you for your interest in joining our team and wish you the greatest success on your journey.

Project/Operations Manager - Afghanistan


Project/Operations Manager – Afghanistan

We encourage individuals with extensive project management experience on large projects to consider this role. Applicants must have led projects with an annual budget of $4 million per annum. 


An experienced Project Manager (PM) with operational manager experience, is a critical security role located in hostile environments and has overall responsibility for security operations on the designated site.

They are required to maintain a strong link with the designated client point of contact, Hart Country Management Team (CMT), project team and any other stakeholders to deliver the security solutions. 

The PM will be the primary focus in country for client liaison and contract compliance.

The post requires prudent management of the security guard force on a daily basis and close liaison with senior management.

Role Objectives:

Contract & Legal Compliant

1. Maintain standards in all posts including but not limited to access control and patrolling, communication procedures, firearm handling, compliance, and SOPs.

2. Oversee the management of workplace Health & Safety, ensuring that Risk and COSHH assessments are carried out and updated according to legislation, as well as having a proactive approach to the health and safety of clients and employees regarding training and awareness.

3. Act as the project Expert on adherence to the standards and principles as defined in the International Code of Conduct, The Montreux Document, PSCI standards. Ensure teams’ compliance with the Rules for Use of Force and the laws of armed conflict, Anti-corruption, and Bribery laws.

4. Ensure compliance with Hart and the Clients health and safety standards including:

– Vehicle inspections, training, and use

– Firearms inspections, training and use

– Fire response drills

– Personal and catering hygiene

– Company Life Saving Rules

– Prohibition of the abuse of alcohol and narcotics


1.  Project Managing a detailed budget – all financial transactions in accordance with Hart Financial Instructions, particular attention is to be paid to the handling of and accounting for cash.

2. Ensure that cost-effectiveness is a key driver within all business activities.

3. Monitor cash flow closely and forecast problems.

4. Oversee the financial aspects of projects within your area.

5. Ensure all financial reports, records of income and expenditure are produced when required.

Human Resources

1.  Prepare Job Specifications on behalf of the Country Manager (CM) or Head of HR for all posts.

2. Planning for manning, anticipate future requirements through resignations and terminations to ensure a pipeline of candidates has been identified and is ready for mobilisation. Complete interviews with short-listed candidates and recommend them for hire.

3. Conduct and supervise performance reviews for each rotation. Provide completed performance reviews to the HR Manager.

4. Direct and manage a programme of work for the guard force within your domain, ensuring that a leave programme is properly managed. Oversee the Guard Commanders’ leave programme to ensure compliance with Company standards.

5. In liaison with the Training Team, ensure staff are trained and qualified for their role, complete competency evaluations,  maintain training records

6. Ensure that the UN workforce is managed in accordance with the policies and directives laid down by the Head of HR and local employment regulations.

7. Establish and maintain transparent communication lines with the Afghanistan Country Management team to manage personnel and social issues

Key Competencies: 

1. Formal security/business/international relations qualification

2. Recognised workplace health and safety qualification ie: IOSH or equivalent desirable

3. Close Protection Qualification/Hostile Environment Training Essential

4. Well-developed English oral and written skills.

5. Ability to think under pressure and guide a team

6. Computer literate with knowledge of MS Office applications

7. Effective time-management skills

8. Well-balanced interpersonal and client focussed skills




Interested candidates can apply via our recruitment platform Tayo here:

Compound Security Manager


Compound Security Manager – Afghanistan


The Contractor will provide a Compound Security Manager (CSM) for the Icon premises in Kabul

The CSM must oversee the day-to-day responsibilities of HART Security Coordinators, Armed Guards and Local Unarmed Guard Personnel.

The CSM must attend daily meetings with the client’s security staff.

Role Objectives:

The key expectations required are: –

Project Reporting:


Diploma in Security Operations (Essential)

Minimum of 10 years relevant Security experience (Essential)

Minimum of 2 years experience in Afghanistan (Essential)

Working level Arabic & fluent in English  (Essential)

Key Competencies:

Team Management:
This role is part of the in country management team.

Interested candidates can apply via Tayo here.

Overseas Programme Manager


Overseas Programme Manager – London, UK


To provide support to the Overseas Security Advisers who give advice to Senior Risk Owners, Heads of Missions and other departments protective security overseas.

Role Objectives:

You are required to have a good understanding of Security Risk Assessments and the knowledge and experience to develop security enhancements and risk mitigation measures. You will be need to be confident in writing and giving verbal briefings. You will participate in working groups investigating security related issues and will give security advice to Policy Issues and Estates Project work. You will represent the Overseas Security Advisers at a wide variety of meetings for the client delivering security advice.

You may be required to give specific security advice during any crisis management.

Project Reporting:


Interested candidates can apply via Tayo here.