THIS IS A NATIONAL GUARD TITLE 32 EXCEPTED SERVICE POSITION.
This National Guard position is for a SECURITY SPECIALIST - TITLE 32, Position Description Number D1164000 and is part of the GA JFHQ, National Guard.Learn more about this agency
Area of Consideration: Current members of the Georgia Army National Guard.
As a Security Specialist, GS=0080-12 you will:
Serve as the JFHQ-ST authority and expert on all matters involving force protection (FP) and anti-terrorism (AT) requirements, policy, procedures, program status and serves as the conduit of information between the intelligence community and local state and federal law enforcement. Serves as the focal point to coordinate, de-conflict, and integrate various force protection staff initiatives, policies, and activities within the state. Serves as consultant to the Adjutant General, JFHQ (St), and unit commanders on force protection. Establishes working relationships with local, state, and federal law enforcement agencies operating within the state on behalf of the Adjutant General. Conducts intelligence integration and information operations to assess potential threat and creates JFHQ-ST FP/AT program. Prepares FP/AT plans, templates and planning tools for subordinate units, writes comprehensive anti-terrorism plans considering Weapons of Mass Destruction, directs the use of Random Anti-terrorism Measures to protect personnel, installations and Geographically Separated Units (GSU's), conducts anti-terrorism resource management to prioritize and generate protective measure requirements and Combating Terrorism Readiness Initiative Fund submissions. Reviews practices and activities to ensure compliance with directives and integration with other security and related programs. Provides recommendations, briefings, updates, and staff studies across a broad range of security specialties to influence installation-level decision-making and policy development. Manages and serves as the approval authority for the installation Core Vulnerability Assessment Management Program (CVAMP) database. Oversees the data entered by the CVAMP administrator for accuracy, content, and entry completeness. As the JFHQ-ST Commander's delegated CVAMP representative, ensures the setting of final priorities of CVAMP entries. Conducts the vulnerability assessment or other force protection surveys to identify specific vulnerabilities of an installation. Reviews and tracks reports and other data produced by the CVAMP.
Receive filter, focus, and fuse information from military intelligence sources, publicly available information sources, and local, state and federal law enforcement sources to develop a clear understanding of real or potential threat to all state forces. Must review classified information and determine what information constitutes law enforcement sensitive information.
Responsible for the overall implementation, oversight, and centralized control of the coordinated anti-terrorism and force protection program for the National Guard of the state. Involves all measures related to physical security and operational security for all facilities, arms/munitions storage activities, and personnel. Often Interprets broad, non-specific higher headquarters directives for JFHQ-ST applicability and implementation. When U.S., DoD, National Guard Bureau, Unified Commands, Army and Air Force directives are not specific, formulates local force protection procedures and policies based on unique command and operational needs. .
Serve on intra-agency or inter-organizational committees to identify and resolve or to assign responsibilities for resolving safeguards and security issues or to perform similar work assignments.
Plan, conduct, direct the conduct of, or coordinates on site security studies, projects, assessments, and surveys of the State in relationship to anti-terrorism and force protection activities. Works with engineers to assess and sign off on all construction projects within the state to ascertain that FP/AT construction standards are complied with. Activities assessed may encompass all security specialties. Analyzes data to identify physical and operations security compliance or non-compliance, vulnerabilities, trends, strengths, and benchmarks.
Represent the Adjutant General at meetings, conferences, workshops, panels, etc., at NGB, MAJCOM, MACOM and other federal agency levels as the state force protection and anti-terrorism technical authority. Serves as the chairperson for various boards and working groups to include the Force Protection Board and Threat Working Group. Determines the need for, organizes, and conducts meetings, conferences, and workshops at the state level to discuss and resolve specific force protection issues or problems, or highlight new security policies, procedures, and requirements. Also interacts and meets with other agencies and local authorities such as personnel from the local Homeland Defense Office, FBI, local army posts, naval stations, civil authorities, fire departments, hospitals, and airports to provide a forum for the cross-flow of information and work together on community issues
Perform other duties as assigned.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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