Serves as Supervisor of Flight Data Communication Specialists (FDCS) in a Level 12 En Route facility. Accomplishes tasks assigned to the organization directly through supervision of subodinate employees. Personally directs the work of the employees assigned to the organization. Assigns work, sets priorities and provides technical assistance to subordinate employees.Learn more about this agency
Participates directly in management team of the facility with full responsibility for Flight Data and Communications Operations which include: flight data processing; defense communications System (DCS) computers and communications circuits; flight plan entries into the En route National Airspace System (NAS) HOST system; and monitoring of the Aeronautical Information System Replacement (AISR) for all incoming traffic. Provides communications and air traffic control data services for the Washington ARTCC (Level 12), other FAA facilities and all military aviation operations in the Washington ARTCC.
Serves as COMSEC (Communications Security) Manager, which is responsible for managing and controlling accountable COMSEC material in the COMSEC Material Control System (CMCS) charged to this activity. Responsibilities include receipt, storage, amendment, accountability, inventory, and issuance of COMSEC material, and destruction or transfer of material when no longer required. Ensures that appropriate COMSEC material is readily available to authorized users whose duties require its use. Ensure that all persons requiring access to U.S. classified cryptographic information receive an appropriate cryptographic access (CA) briefing and sign a CA certificate before they are permitted access. Advises users and supervisors of required protection requirements and proper procedures for handling COMSEC material, including authorized procedures for destruction or disposition of material when no longer required. Reports COMSEC security irregularities/violations in accordance with applicable directives.
Serves as a Classified Information Security Manager (CISM), which serves as the principle advisor and representative to management in matters about classifying, declassifying, downgrading, and safeguarding classified information; limits access to classified information to cleared people with a need-to-know. Keeps a list of personnel within the organization who have been access to classified information. Develops and documents the organization's control measures to safeguard classified information and to limit access to classified information to authorized personnel. Develops and keeps certification and accreditation documents for National Security Systems used by their organization. Coordinates with the organization's managers on security measures for classifying and safeguarding classified information. Coordinates information security awareness and education within their organization. In coordination with records management officials, continually reduces classified holdings as appropriate by declassifying, destroying, or retiring unneeded records.
Develops written procedures, specifying how their organization controls and safeguards classified information. Sets up and oversees procedures for any visit involving access to classified information. Reports security violations, including suspected unauthorized access or other threats to safeguarding classified information. Conducts and documents preliminary inquiries of suspected incidents of unauthorized access, loss, or compromise of classified information and submits Standard Form 311, Agency Security Classification Management Program Data.
Serves as Classified Information Account Custodian (CIAC) appointed to run the facility Security Control Point (SCP). The CIAC Serves as the focal point for protecting classified information at their SCP. Applies suitable technical, physical, personnel and administrative control measures to their account. Develops and reports statistical data to their Service Security Element (SSE). Conducts yearly inventories of Secret documents. Keeps a list of cleared people and their clearance level, who have access to the SCP or Document Control Station (DCS) classified information and takes immediate action to report and investigate suspected compromises of classified information and suspected security violations.
Occasional travel - The job may require travel from time- to-time, but not on a regular basis. The travel may be for training or other work-related duties.
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