Lead Security Support Analyst – (LSSA_09202023)
To provide Lead Security Support Services to CWMD to include, but not limited to, the following:
Lead Security Support Analyst
- Oversee Security services.
- Support development and drafting of CWMD security standard operating procedures (SOPs) including:
- SCI development and operations
- Collateral development and operations
- Provide document control and accountability of classified information.
- Draft procedural guidance to support classification management marking guides.
- Track security files.
- Develop and deliver training for CWMD personnel for training topics such as:
- Annual Security Awareness Training to CWMD employees and contractors (all security staff)
- Derivative Classification Training
- Sensitive Compartmented Information Training
- Operational Security (OPSEC)
- New Hire onboarding
- Maintain the CWMD OPSEC program.
- Provide security briefings/orientation for all staff including Senior Staff and incoming employees.
- Maintain Access Control for CWMD spaces.
- Manage the incoming foreign visitor program for CWMD.
- Coordinate with DHS Physical Security Section for installation and maintenance security hardware.
- Conduct tests of collateral area hardware (alarm systems/safes/swipe access) to ensure proper function to ensure compliance with DHS policy and guidance.
- Track repair and maintenance work orders for compliance with DHS policy and guidance.
- Conduct vulnerability assessments and site surveys to identify weakness and evaluate CWMD security systems.
- Manage the GSA approved container lifecycle (safes).
- Submit visit authorization requests letters (collateral) to other agencies/companies for CWMD employees.
- Receive and post visit request letters from other agencies for individuals visiting CWMD.
- Track foreign visitors and ensure their information is posted to ISMS (collateral) and provided to FAMS and CI.
- Prepare and submit DOE Q clearance requests.
- Maintain security related personnel records and track suspense items in accordance with DHS policies and regulations.
- Support OCSO PSD to manage the CWMD new hire requests and process documents.
- Coordinate and conduct program-wide assessments of collateral programs relative to Industrial Security requirements.
- Identify classified, collateral contracts by reviewing all contracts issued by DHS CWMD or its agents.
- Assist the technical staff on preparing a DD 254 and coordinate with the Industrial Security Program Branch for the issuance of DD 254s as required.
- Provide guidance to program managers and contractors on how to process a National Interest Determination for companies doing classified work for CWMD and have foreign ownership issues.
- Assist the CWMD staff in developing and updating a Security Classification Guide.
- Provide guidance as necessary on how to process contractors for Facility Security Clearances.
- Prepare and present security briefings concerning Industrial Security and the development of all industrial security procedures.
- Ensure SF701/702 are posted, collected, and retained for 90 days.
- Ensure SF700 are posted and retained for deposition.
- Conduct annual Emergency Plan test (power outages, fire drills, written test etc.…)
- Validate SCIF access rosters
- Report initial security incidents to the SSO; Complete 11000.10
- Request PIV card access via access control, submissions for alarm passcode authority, and provide training on open/closing procedures
- Assist with security container combination changes or coordinate with Physical Security
- Ensure all Information System (IS) assets have the appropriate classification labels (SF706, 707, 708, 710, and 712)
- Complete courier authorizations request and submit to SSO for approval and assist with proper wrapping
- Ensure SCI Refresher training is conducted annually (obtain list from PALMS) and send to SSO for input to ISMS)
- Prepare for SCIF Compliance Audits
- Conduct Self-Inspections
- Attendance and punctuality are critical aspects of this position.
- Assist with other duties as needed.
Education and Experience: Associate's Degree plus 10 years of relevant experience or High School Diploma with 20 years relevant experience. Prefer experience with/at Department of Homeland Security (DHS). Be proficient and have demonstrated experience in the use of the following software: Microsoft Windows, Microsoft Outlook, Microsoft Word, Microsoft PowerPoint, and Microsoft Excel.
Security Clearance: Applicant must currently possess a Top Secret Clearance with SCI access. Employee must maintain clearance eligibility throughout employment. Employee must obtain and maintain a favorable suitability determination by DHS, as well as, maintain an eligibility at the level required by the contract throughout employment
CTI is an Equal Employment Opportunity/Affirmative Action (EEO/AA) employer committed to diversity. It is the policy of CTI to provide equal employment opportunities to all qualified applicants without regard to race, color, religion, sex, sexual orientation, gender identity, national origin, age, protected veteran or disabled status, or genetic information.