The purpose of this position is to serve as a Senior Industrial Security Representative, responsible for handling the more difficult, complex, and challenging ISP issues within the Field Office's Area of Responsibility (AOR), and assisting the Field Office Chief as necessary in managing, directing, and coordinating day-to-day operations of the respective Field Office.Learn more about this agency
As a INDUSTRIAL SECURITY SPECIALIST you will be responsible for the following duties:
- Serve as a Senior Industrial Security Representative, responsible for handling the more difficult, complex, and challenging industrial security issues within a Field Office's Area of Responsibility (AOR).
- Assist the Field Office Chief as necessary in day-to-day operations of the respective Field Office.
- Provide security oversight as the primary DoD security interface for cleared contractor facilities relative to the establishment and maintenance of a security program in compliance with the NISP and the DoD Arms, Ammunition & Explosive (AA&E) Program.
- Survey contractor facilities prior to granting a facility security clearance, and periodic security inspection of contractor facilities.
- Prepare after-action reports and formal correspondence outlining results to include serious or systemic deficiencies.
- Conduct appropriate follow up to ensure corrective actions are implemented.
- Provide subject matter expertise in a variety of interrelated security disciplines (Personnel, Physical, Intrusion Detection System (IDS), Communications (COMSEC), Information (INFOSEC), International Programs, Export Controls, Operations (OPSEC), Special Access, Automated Information Systems, Emergency Planning, etc.), and utilizes risk management principles in the analysis, selection, and application of effective security countermeasures (SCM).
- Ensure that contractors receive the proper advice and assistance in a timely manner, and that all contractors are in compliance with requirements set forth in security agreements and any other contractual or regulatory requirements.
- Conduct security surveys of the larger and/or more complex contractor facilities. Surveys include, but are not limited to, evaluation of organizational structures and legal operating plans including corporate charters, bylaws, partnership agreements, limited liability company agreements, joint-ventures, operating agreements, shareholder and loan agreements, registrations, Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) filings, and annual reports, to determine eligibility for a facility security clearance.
- Facilitate integration of the counterintelligence (CI) methodology into administration of the NISP and provides CI information and guidance to internal and external stakeholders.
- Evaluate security requirements and impacts of foreign classified contracts, technical assistance agreements, foreign military sales, and transportation plans for direct commercial sales and export licenses (DSP-85s) on contractor facilities.
- Mentor newly-assigned and journeyman Industrial Security Representatives and accompanies them on facility assessments and surveys for the purpose of evaluating performance and to provide staff assistance to contractors.
- Conduct or recommend other ISP personnel to conduct, administrative inquiries of serious security violations occurring at contractor facilities to include the loss, compromise, or suspected compromise of classified information/material.
- Mediate and resolve conflicts involving security requirements and/or guidance within contractor security programs, as well as between contractors and Government procurement/contracting activities.
25% or less - You may be expected to travel for this position.
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