Human Domain Solutions (HDS), LLC is now hiring ​Casualty Role Players (CRP)​ to participate in a Vigilant Guard training exercise supporting the Puerto Rico National Guard March 11-13, 2019 near San Juan, Puerto Rico.

OPPORTUNITY:

Exercise will be conducted by the Puerto Rico National Guard as an emergency response to a simulated manmade or natural disaster including a structural collapse and/or nuclear, biological or chemical incident. The CRPs will go through triage, decontamination, and medical treatment at least 3 times during each day of the exercise. CRPs will be provided cut-away prop clothing.  CRPs will be moulaged (injury make-up and fake blood) to portray various physical and emotional conditions.  Arrival time will be early morning and will be provided once individuals are accepted as CRPs.  The exercise will last approx 8-10 hours each day.

Those who have participated in past National Guard disaster preparedness exercises have found it very rewarding:  you get to support this important State and community service and get paid to have FUN while doing so.


ELIGIBILITY:

Criminal background and U.S. employment eligibility checks will be required.  However, there is no security clearance requirement for participation.  Priority will be given to those with previous role-playing, acting, military/wounded warrior, or EMT/first responder/disaster response experience.  We are also looking for diversity among our CRPs, including gender, ethnicity, age, body types, disabilities, and foreign language abilities.  American Sign Language speakers are also desired.  Due to potentially stressful medical/decontamination processes and possible extreme outdoor temperatures, anyone having a known life-threatening or serious medical condition is ineligible for participation.


PAY range for the exercise is $75 to $250. Lunch, Snacks, and water/soft drinks will be provided.


HOW TO APPLY:  Interested individuals may apply at https://work4hds.com/apply/.

Questions may be sent to Craig Byrnes, HDS Director of Operations at craig.byrnes@human-domain.com, cc: kurt.marisa@human-domain.com.


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