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Careers

Join the Team That Stands Alone

The biggest part of what makes MSA the nation’s leading provider of security services is our team. From the top down, all of our employees have direct experience in the mitigation of threats posed by explosive devices, weapons-of-mass destruction, and high-risk intruders. 

The MSA team is comprised of security professionals with diverse backgrounds in law enforcement, elite military units, and both the public and private sectors. Working together, we are the nation’s leading private provider of explosive detection, consulting, training, and perimeter security services. MSA Security an Allied Universal® Company is proud to be recognized on U.S. Veteran’s Magazine annual Best of the Best for 2021 and on Military Times Best Companies for Veterans List for 2021.

 

 

Military Friendly Employer

 

Military Times Best for Vets Employer

 

U.S. Veterans Magazine Best of the Best

 

 

We are always looking for talented individuals with experience in areas including:

  • Explosive Detection Canines

  • Executive Protection

  • Threat Intelligence Analysis

  • Threat Assessment and Planning

  • Specialized Training Programs

  • Special Event Security

  • Video Surveillance

  • Investigations

  • Maritime

To check on the status of an application, please contact msajobs@msasecurity.net

 

If you are interested in pursuing a career opportunity with MSA, please check our open positions.

 

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For information on internship opportunities please contact our Human Resources department. Opportunities available at our New York headquarters and regional offices in Boston, National Capital Region, Memphis, Chicago, and San Diego.

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