Eagle Ray, Inc.

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Industrial/Physical Security Specialist

Industrial/Physical Security Specialist

ID 
2017-2363
Job Location 
US-VA-Springfield
Security Clearance 
Top Secret/SCI (TS/SCI)

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Overview

We’re looking for Eagle Ray people.  Eagle Ray is a rapidly growing, woman owned business specializing in strategic transformation services. We deliver complex professional services across the IC, DoD and DHS.  With Eagle Ray’s help, our clients reduce cost and program risk, enhance operational performance and drive the development of new capabilities to end users in the National Security Enterprise.  We offer an engaging corporate culture, a dynamic work environment and competitive total compensation. 

 

Insight. Impact. Innovation.  Eagle Ray people are hands-on, results-oriented, and invested in the success of our customers’ missions.  Come work with us, you can really make a difference!

 

Provides security expertise, guidance, consultation, facilitation, and leadership in all security related functions pertaining to:  personnel security; industrial and physical security; computer investigation and awareness; security operations; and other security business.

Responsibilities

  • Ensure assigned security projects and programs comply with required security governance for physical, industrial, information, and other applicable security. 
  • Maintain an active access to administration and security electronic software tools, databases and systems as needed to safeguarding classified information, NGA programs and advance the Industrial and Physical Security Programs of NGA.
  • Provide work breakdown structures to measure and record individual work efforts and task completion.
  • Collaborate with other security disciplines and work roles as required. 
  • Analyze complex physical security issues and provide cost-effective recommendations that meet policy requirements.
  • Prepare and review Fixed Facility Checklists and documentation supporting the SCIF accreditation process, compartmented area approval and secure area approval process.
  • Evaluate and provide written impact statements and make recommendations when deviations from standards are discovered for all NGA SCIFs and collateral areas both government and contractor CONUS and OCONUS.
  • Perform site security surveys to determine if facilities meet requirements for SCIF accreditation.
  • Provide security recommendations and guidance for new facilities and those to be renovated.
  • Inspect and provide guidance and oversight for the management of government and industry SCIFs and Collateral Areas.
  • Manage and oversee the SCIF and Collateral Area lifecycle from concept to completion, planning and construction, operation and management, and mission conclusion.
  • Analyze complex security issues, apply security concepts, principles and practices to develop and provide cost effective recommendations to resolve matters and meet requirements.
  • As directed government, visit government and industrial sites worldwide to validate requirements are being met and to assists and advise security programs at visited location connected to safeguarding classified information and NGA programs.  Upon return, create reports in formats directed by government documenting results, outcomes, observations and recommendations and other items and areas as requested by government for each site visited and presented to government.
  • Create and maintain a security reference library connected to Industrial and Physical Security. Library material is not limited to DoD or IC generated material.  Library will be a combination of printed and electronic material. This include requesting and retrieving printed material from OCC.
  • Create and present informational briefing and training sessions as indicted by government connected to the Industrial and Physical Security Programs of NGA. Recommend, create, maintain and distribute training aids and resources per government direction.

Qualifications

Required:

 

  • TS/SCI Clearance
  • Bachelors degree or related experience in a business, or criminal justice field.
  • 7 yrs. experience, with more than 3 yrs. of IC experience.
  • TDY proabable.
  • Demonstrated working knowledge and understanding of the Intelligence Community (IC), DoD, and NGA. 
  • Significant experience in a distinct functional or cross-functional security areas (e.g., personnel, physical, industrial security; computer investigations; classification management; operational security; security education, etc.) based on the specific needs of the task.
  • Experience may be broad based, crossing multiple markets (e.g., government, industry) and may also include relevant and associated certifications and knowledge of applicable tools, methodologies, or best practices. 
  • Experience directing the activities of security specialists as necessary on activities related to the specified field or discipline.   

 

Desired:

 

  • Have the ability to conduct research in order to assess level of compliance against estabilisted requirements.  
  • Must obtain DoD Security Professional Education Development (SPeD) Certification IAW DoD Manual # 3305.13M within 1 yr. of service start date.

 

Equal Opportunity Employer/M/F/Disability/Vet/Sexual Orientation/Gender Identity