Our People


  • General Process
    Individuals who wish to seek employment with American Security Programs may submit applications though our company website (www.securityprograms.com) or in person at one of our offices. Consideration for employment will only occur after American Security Programs receives complete application information, including but not limited to information about work history. Incomplete submissions may not be evaluated, and the submitters of such information may not be classified as official "applicants." Completed applications are stored, and may be re-considered for relevant openings at any time.
  • Accuracy of Data
    Evidence of falsified or omitted information on any application may preclude an applicant from being considered for a position. Falsified information may also be grounds for refusal or termination of employment by American Security Programs whenever discovered. As a part of the screening process, candidates will typically be required to furnish documentation proving employment authorization and professional certification. Failure or inability to furnish official records may exclude prospective candidate from consideration.
  • Minimum Requirements
    In order to be considered for security positions, applicants must be at least 18 years old. Applicants must also possess a high school diploma or GED certificate. Applicants should have:
  1. Clean criminal history (i.e., no significant convictions)
  2. Stable background (financial, work, and personal)
  3. Good verbal and written communication skills
  4. Previous experience in law enforcement, the military, or the security industry is preferred.
  • Equal Employment Opportunity
    American Security Programs is committed to providing equal employment opportunity without regard to race, color, religion, national origin, sex, age, disability, genetic information, veteran status, or membership in any other protected group. As an affirmative action employer with federal contracts, we are required to report demographic information about our employees and job applicants to various agencies of the United States government. The data requested during the application phase is used to comply with the government's recordkeeping and reporting requirements, and to monitor the progress of our Affirmative Action programs. Your self-identification for the EEO categories is voluntary and the information that you provide will not be used in any employment decisions. If you decide to disclose this data, your employment will not be adversely affected.

American Security Programs
1881 Campus Commons Drive
Suite 105
Reston, VA 20191

Phone: 703-834-8900

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