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    You will serve as the Security Specialist, providing authoritative guidance and expertise in the multi-disciplined area of Program Security with primary responsibility for the development, implementation, and maintenance of Security policies and procedures for Special Access, Sensitive Compartmented Information, and Collateral Security Programs in support of the Glenn Research Center's (GRC) research and administrative projects and programs.

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    The incumbent coordinates security efforts. He or she develops and executes methods for obtaining input from leaders of research, and government agencies to identify undeveloped approaches to address security problems. He or she develops, interprets, and implements project security guides to insure protection of sensitive and classified information for highly unique research projects for Special Access, Sensitive Compartmented Information (SCI), and Collateral Security Programs.

    As an expert, the incumbent serves as the technical authority for telecommunications, information, physical and personnel security systems in support of Special Access, SCI, and Collateral Security Programs. He or she serves as representative and liaison for security systems, destruction, and nondisclosure tracking systems, physical security and cardkey systems, classified communications security database, compliance security review database, virus and security incident database, and other systems for GRC. The incumbent also prioritizes, coordinates, and monitors the performance of security surveys to determine the organization's eligibility to work with and store classified and sensitive information. He or she schedules, conducts, and monitors training programs to ensure facility personnel are aware of security matters and procedures relating to Special Access, SCI, and Collateral Programs.

    As the Security Program Liaison, the incumbent serves as a technical expert, exercising independence and political judgment in developing and maintaining relationships with various stakeholders in the government, private industry, and universities to further the Agency's research and technology development efforts. In this role, he or she creates processes for the protection of highly sensitive and unique program information by which the organization pursues collaborative arrangements and relationships with stakeholders. The incumbent plans, organizes, and coordinates Program Security briefings and information exchange opportunities, and serves as organizational spokesperson at public meetings, formal and informal briefings, workshops, and press conferences on extremely technical and complex Program Security activities. The incumbent advises and recommends innovative approaches for avoiding and/or resolving problems and reducing conflicts as it relates to highly sensitive research programs.

    To receive consideration, you must submit a resume and answer NASA-specific questions. The NASA questions appear after you submit your resume and are transferred to the NASA web site. If you successfully apply, USAJOBS will show your application status as 'Received'. If your status is 'Application Status Not Available', you have not successfully applied. Do not rely on a USAJOBS email to confirm successful application. Only an email from NASA confirms a successful application.

    Travel Required

    Occasional travel - Travel may be required for training or other work-related duties

    Supervisory status


    Promotion Potential


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    0080 Security Administration

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