This National Guard position is for a SECURITY SPECIALIST, PD# D0620and is part of the G3, NEARNG.
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As a SECURITY SPECIALIST, GS-0080-9, duties include:
Serves as a state Security Monitor. Coordinates security and intelligence matters to include review of state directives and regulations. These programs are complex in nature involving extremely intricate and detailed procedures to protect federal property and classified defense information. Provides threat briefings for overseas travel. Advises on programs to include physical security, informati on security, operations security, communications security, personnel security (high level officials), etc. Appraises management of the appropriate security measures required to provide adequate protection of state ARNG personnel, equipment. weapons, facilities. etc., required by regulations. Identifies and analyzes security requirements. Develops security plans and is responsible for the state security education program. Inspects facilities to ensure security program is operating effectively. Reviews specifications or proposed construction of facilities to ensure physical security standards are met. Advises on the implementation of the Risk Analysis Vulnerability Assessment Program. Provides on site assistance to subordinate units on physical security surveys, inspections, assessments, etc. Participates in security conferences and workshops. Recommends security improvements for submission to NGB. Continental United States (CONUSA), etc. Coordinates with the Facility Management Office on the installation of internal and external detection monitoring systems. Monitors the intrusion detection systems to ensure that physical security requirements are met. Schedules and conducts as required, unit security inspections to ensure compliance.
Implements security regulations through spot-checks or random sampling of classified defense documents. Conducts scheduled and unscheduled security inspections. Evaluates clearances authorized to ensure clearance level or management officials and personnel are commensurate with the information handled. Advises on the adverse effects to national security that results from unauthorized disclosures of classified information under their possession or control. Indoctrinates personnel on the criteria for classifying, downgrading, declassifying, marking and disseminating information as prescribed in the regulations. Alerts personnel to the strict prohibition regarding improper use and abuse of the classification systems. Provides guidance on procession security violations. As necessary, initiates action to appoint an inquiry officer to conduct a preliminary security investigation. Reviews investigation results. Makes recommendations on disposition of violations. Reviews procedures for safeguarding classified material. Ensures combinations and security locks are changed in accordance with securely and intelligence directives on an emergency basis. Prepares inspection reports. Prepares reports as required on security and intelligence issues on discrepancies found and corrective action to be taken. Performs follow up inspections or inquiries to ensure problem areas are corrected.
Coordinates intelligence matters to include collection and evaluation of information for possible dissemination. Reviews intelligence and counter intelligence reports. Ensures appropriate personnel with a need to know are informed. Implements deception and counterintelligence measures as required.
Develops procedures on emergency removal of plans. Conducts special security surveys/inspections as required by the National Security Agency. Administers and publishes courier orders. Administers the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) Classified Information Program. Administers the NATO Classified Document Control Program. Ensures security procedures are adequate so that sensitive or classified information, resources and materiel are protected from loss, unauthorized disclosure, espionage, terrorism, sabotage, natural disasters, compromised, etc., which is considered to be vital to the national defense. Establishes and oversees the classified document program and is appointed in some instances as the NATO control point for the state. Develops and publishes guidance. Conducts inspections and ensures compliance. Submits reports as required. Reviews job descriptions for security disposition. Advises and assists on personnel security issues. Ensures security clearance rosters are maintained and are current. Develops special security clearance requirements (Governor, etc.). Monitors security clearances. Makes recommendations regarding individuals that need clearances and those individuals that no longer require security clearances or clearances that can be downgraded, or terminated. Interfaces with the Information Management Office on TEMPEST (studies and investigations of compromising emanations) issues.
-- Performs other duties as assigned.
Occasional travel - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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