The SCARS Security Operations Center, A next generation modeling & simulation architecture requires a next generation approach to security, operations and information management. As such, the SOC is the very nerve center of this new virtual enterprise. It encompasses all necessary infrastructure to enable full and continuous training and battlespace management planning. Primary functions include network physical and information security, counterintelligence, platform management, simulator element development, test, evaluation, and implementation as well as global joint exercise facilitation.
- Develop and submit for Cognizant Security Authority (CSA) and Accrediting Official (AO) approval, all required documentation (SCIF concept approval, Pre-Construction Checklist, Risk Management, Fixed Facility and TEMPEST Checklists, Construction Security Plan (CSP), and Co-Utilization Agreements).
- Develop a comprehensive, site-specific Construction Security Plan that identifies roles, responsibilities, and procedures to mitigate security vulnerabilities to classified spaces and systems
- Serve as Site Security Manager with responsibility for active involvement with the architectural team to ensure the inclusion of the client organization’s vision of the operational environment into the design and planning for the SCIF/SAPF, oversee SCIF/SAPF construction, and manage construction surveillance activities during the buildout, as necessary.
- Prepare and maintain all accreditation documentation and inspection results.
- With government SSO approval, serve as Special Security Representative (SSR).
- As applicable, serve as Program Security Officer and/or Program Security Manager.
- Draft, review, implement, and maintain DoD and AF compliant internal policy documents, emergency action plans, and standard operating procedures (SOPs) pertaining to Information Security (INFOSEC), Physical Security (PHYSEC), Operations Security (OPSEC), Personnel Security (PERSEC), Communications Security (COMSEC), Insider Threat, Antiterrorism/Force Protection, and Security education, training, and awareness (SETA).
- Prepare and review checklists and documentation in compliance with annual security self-inspections and facility security programs; assist with the development and implementation of corrective action plans as a result of the inspection findings.
- Administer routine aspects of the Industrial Security Program in compliance with the NISPOM, DoD, IC, and other applicable government security directives associated with contract security.
- Maintain Personnel Security (PERSEC) records within the Government provided database, process documentation to initiate PERSEC background investigations, processing visit certifications through the JPAS/DISS systems, and process program access requests (PARs) for classified programs.
- Maintain access to multiple networks containing classified and controlled unclassified information providing access to information databases that authorize clearance access reviews and certifications.
- Prepare and forward cleared visit notifications/certifications for personnel entering the facilities to include assigned military, government civilian, and contractor personnel as well as Joint and Coalition partners
- Provide initial security briefings and debriefings, foreign travel briefings, and annual security training.
- Support Information System Security Officer/Manager (ISSO/ISSM) as needed.
- Coordinate logistics for classified meetings and conferences and maintain calendars/schedule of events
- Issue and maintain local security credentials or badges in accordance with (IAW) SOP.
- Maintain and update a classified document and media control accountability process.
- Conduct annual inventories of classified information IAW all applicable DoD security policies and local security SOPs.
- Responsible for documentation of security incidents/violations and report submissions to appropriate program managers.
- Assist the Government Security team in drafting, investigating, and processing of inquiries into reports of security incidents.
- Develop/forecast annual budgets.
- Perform other duties as assigned.
TYPICAL EDUCATION AND EXPERIENCE: 9+ Years with BS 7+ Years with MS 4 Years with PhD
- 5 or more years of federal or DoD secure facility management experience, to include planning, programming, budgeting, design, SCIF construction and management IAW Intelligence Community Directive (ICD) 705, SCIF Accreditation, and implementation of SCIF/SAPF Management Programs throughout all phases of the facility’s lifecycle
- SCIF Site Security Manager experience
- 5 or more years of Special Security Representative and/or Program Security Officer/Program Security Manager experience
- 5 or more years of applied experience/knowledge of Risk Management and Criticality Analysis, security principles, and the methodology and concepts for development and implementation of site-specific policies and procedures.
- Ability to work independently on tasks identified by client and apply critical thinking skills in the development of innovative solutions.
- Knowledge of the Microsoft Office Suite, particularly Outlook, Word, and Excel.
- Excellent written and oral reporting skills, interpersonal skills, and the ability to communicate at all levels of the organization and customers across geographically dispersed sites.
- TS/SCI Clearance (Active)
- Center for Development of Security Excellence (CDSE) Security Professional Education Development (SPeD) Certifications
- Experience with conducting research, analysis, and expository writing
- Experience working in federal/military law enforcement
- Formal training in SCIF/SAPF design and construction.
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