Senior Manager, Protective Services (Headquarters) by ProQuest

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Protective service professionals are increasingly taking on greater responsibilities and are required to obtain greater skill sets. These professionals are now asked to do more than protect the Chairman, CEO, President, members of the Board of Directors and other executives - they often also act as confidants, provide services for executives' families and make recommendations on home security.

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